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November 16, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
Five years ago, Julian Harvey jumped into the Laguna Hills High School pool every afternoon for water polo practice, only to watch his team slowly sink into the deep end of lost causes. At the time, Laguna Hills was not a water polo power. Unlike some schools, the team did not benefit from feeder programs or booster clubs, and it didn't get much support from the student body. This, and the team's generally apathetic nature, frustrated Harvey to no end.
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November 16, 1989 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
Five years ago, Julian Harvey jumped into the Laguna Hills High School pool every afternoon for water polo practice, only to watch his team slowly sink into the deep end of lost causes. At the time, Laguna Hills was not a water polo power. Unlike some schools, the team did not benefit from feeder programs or booster clubs, and it didn't get much support from the student body. This, and the team's generally apathetic nature, frustrated Harvey to no end.
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September 14, 1987
Jeff Oeding of Newport Beach and Julian Harvey of Laguna Hills each scored two goals as the United States defeated Canada, 8-6, Sunday in the sixth-place game at the World Junior Water Polo Championships at Sao Paulo, Brazil. Spain defeated Yugoslavia, 13-7, in the gold-medal game.
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November 3, 1986
Julian Harvey scored nine goals Sunday as the UC Irvine water polo team split games during the last day of the 49er Invitational Tournament in Long Beach's Belmont Plaza Pool. Harvey and Tom Warde scored five goals each as the Anteaters, ranked No. 7 nationally, defeated USC, 14-9. UCI led the game, 10-3, at halftime and held off a late rally by USC, the No. 4 team in the nation. Harvey had four goals as UCI (12-10) lost to No. 2-ranked Cal, 10-8.
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November 16, 1987
Four players from UC Irvine scored two goals each as the Anteaters defeated the University of the Pacific, 11-5, in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. water polo match at Heritage Park Sunday. Mike Doting, Mike Halphide, Tony Bell and Julian Harvey scored two each for first-place Irvine (17-7 overall and 8-1 in the PCAA), which has won five straight. Pacifica is 10-17, 0-9. Irvine, the third-ranked team in the country, plays No. 2 UCLA tonight at 7 at Heritage Park.
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October 25, 1989
UC Irvine, ranked second in the nation, defeated No. 6 UCLA, 12-9, Tuesday in a nonconference water polo match at Heritage Park in Irvine. Irvine (17-3) took a 7-4 lead at the half as Tom Warde scored three goals and Dan Smoot and Julian Harvey added two each. UCLA (9-8) cut Irvine's lead to 8-7 when Ken Little scored late in the third quarter. Warde, Irvine's leading scorer, finished with a game-high five goals. In California Collegiate Athletic Assn.
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July 13, 1989 | From Times wire services
West Germany edged the United States 7-6 today in third-day action of the FINA World Cup water polo tournament. Italy trimmed Hungary 7-6 in another match of the tournament, which features the world's eight top-ranked water polo teams. Dirk Theismann and Hagen Stamm collected two goals each for West Germany, and Julian Harvey had two for the United States. After shutting out the Americans in the first two periods, West Germany led 4-1 entering the final quarter.
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October 8, 1989
UC Irvine, the nation's second-ranked water polo team, defeated No. 1 California, 13-12, in six overtimes Saturday when senior Julian Harvey broke free from his defender and scored from six meters out. Irvine improved its record to 11-2. Cal is now 13-2. Harvey scored with two minutes 16 seconds remaining in the sixth three-minute overtime period. The score was tied, 10-10, after regulation play and tied at 12 after two overtime periods. Irvine stopped California's 13-game winning streak.
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