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February 8, 1991 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Manila folder, bulging with congratulatory letters and telegrams, sits proudly atop the desk. Plaques acknowledging her distinction cover the walls of her office at UC San Diego. A photo album from a recent reception in her honor sits nearby. Judy Sweet is reminded daily of her influence. Teen-age girls call her a role model. Professional women consider her a hero. Talk-show hosts seek her time. College and university presidents desire her friendship.
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February 8, 1991 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Manila folder, bulging with congratulatory letters and telegrams, sits proudly atop the desk. Plaques acknowledging her distinction cover the walls of her office at UC San Diego. A photo album from a recent reception in her honor sits nearby. Judy Sweet is reminded daily of her influence. Teen-age girls call her a role model. Professional women consider her a hero. Talk-show hosts seek her time. College and university presidents desire her friendship.
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February 1, 1991 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The manila folder, bulging with congratulatory letters and telegrams, sits proudly atop the desk. Plaques of distinction cover the office walls. A photo album from a recent reception in her honor sits nearby. Judy Sweet is reminded daily of her influence. Teen-age girls call her a role model. Professional women consider her a hero. Talk-show hosts seek her time. College and university presidents desire her friendship.
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February 1, 1991 | BOB NIGHTENGALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The manila folder, bulging with congratulatory letters and telegrams, sits proudly atop the desk. Plaques of distinction cover the office walls. A photo album from a recent reception in her honor sits nearby. Judy Sweet is reminded daily of her influence. Teen-age girls call her a role model. Professional women consider her a hero. Talk-show hosts seek her time. College and university presidents desire her friendship.
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June 26, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Freshman eligibility requirements might become tougher,but freshmen probably still will be competing under new guidelines proposed this week by the NCAA Presidents Commission. The 44-member commission is expected to end a two-day meeting in Kansas City, Mo., today by calling for strengthened academic standards throughout Division I. "The trend is toward strengthening initial requirements rather than keeping all freshmen out," NCAA President Judy Sweet said.
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January 11, 1991
UC San Diego Athletic Director Judy Sweet was named president of the NCAA for a two-year term, succeeding Al Witte of Arkansas, during the final day of its national convention Thursday in Nashville, Tenn. Sweet, 43, who had been athletic director at UCSD since 1975, ran unopposed for the president's position after serving two years as secretary-treasurer, the NCAA's second-highest post. She is the first woman to hold either position.
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January 9, 1992
UC San Diego rallied for 65 second-half points after being held to 18 in the first half and ran away from host Cal Lutheran, 83-71, in a nonconference game. Rick Batt had 22 points and John Spence added 18 for UCSD (9-4), which shot 81% (25-31) in the second half and outscored Cal Lutheran by 21 points. HALL OF CHAMPIONS Judy Sweet, director of athletics at UC San Diego and president of the NCAA, will be honored by the Greater San Diego Sports Assn. at a reception Monday night from 5 p.m.
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October 17, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Ten years after a bitterly divided NCAA membership agreed to begin sponsoring women's championships, Judy Sweet of UC San Diego appears poised to become the NCAA's first woman president. Sweet's election is now being viewed as a virtual certainty. As secretary-treasurer of the NCAA, she already occupies a spot that traditionally has led to the presidency.
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June 26, 1991 | From Associated Press
Freshman eligibility requirements might get tougher, but freshmen probably still will be competing under new guidelines proposed this week by the NCAA Presidents Commission. The 44-member commission is expected to end a two-day meeting today by calling for strengthened academic standards throughout Division I. "The trend is toward strengthening initial requirements rather than keeping all freshmen out," NCAA President Judy Sweet said.
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September 24, 1986 | MARC APPLEMAN, Times Staff Writer
It's fitting that Judy Sweet was once chairwoman of the NCAA committee on committees. The UC San Diego athletic director, whose reputation on a national level far exceeds her notoriety in San Diego, is a member of numerous NCAA committees. Last January, for example, Sweet became the presiding officer for Division III schools. That position gives her a place on the five-member NCAA administrative committee.
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June 12, 1991
Jennifer Capriati joined Monica Seles, No. 1 in the world and fresh off her second French Open women's singles championship, and other top-ranked players for the Mazda Tennis Classic, to be held July 29 through Aug. 4 at the La Costa Resort and Spa. Capriati, 15, is a two-time member of the United States Federation Cup team, and has been ranked as high as eighth in the world. In 1990, she was named Most Impressive Newcomer by the Women's Tennis Assn.
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May 13, 1993 | DANNY ROBBINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Business Week magazine reported on Dick Schultz's appointment to the post of NCAA executive director six years ago, the article's headline read: "Mr. Clean Comes to the NCAA." Now tinged with irony, that description and others like it will burn in the minds of those who take on the task of picking Schultz's successor.
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