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February 18, 1990 | MIKE PENNER
A rare bird has taken roost in the Stanford tree of knowledge, a Cardinal of a different feather altogether. As the school has boasted in its annual basketball media guides, "The Stanford experience is the promise of graduation and personal success, the formation of lifelong friendships, the physical challenge of intercollegiate basketball. It is the union of academics and athletics. An opportunity to learn, grow, compete. An opportunity to excel."
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February 18, 1990 | MIKE PENNER
A rare bird has taken roost in the Stanford tree of knowledge, a Cardinal of a different feather altogether. As the school has boasted in its annual basketball media guides, "The Stanford experience is the promise of graduation and personal success, the formation of lifelong friendships, the physical challenge of intercollegiate basketball. It is the union of academics and athletics. An opportunity to learn, grow, compete. An opportunity to excel."
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September 19, 1991
Dino Torres had two goals and an assist as Cal State Fullerton defeated UC Irvine, 5-0, in a Big West Conference men's soccer game Wednesday at Amerige Park in Fullerton. Ricky Rodriguez, Paul McDonald and Raul Haro also scored for the Titans (3-4, 1-0 in conference). Kenny Ammann had four saves for his first shutout of the season for Fullerton.
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March 7, 1996 | ROB FERNAS
Pepperdine basketball Coach Lorenzo Romar has named Randy Bennett, an assistant at the University of San Diego, to his staff. Bennett joins Darwin Cook and Kenny Ammann as assistants on the new staff, which met with players Wednesday. "It was just an introductory meeting," Romar said. "We let the players get to know us." Bennett was a full-time assistant at San Diego for the past eight seasons, and before that he was a part-time assistant for two years at Idaho.
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January 13, 1988 | STEVE KRESAL
The surprising Rancho Santiago College men's basketball team, which lost eight sophomores and all five starters from last season's team, opens its Orange Empire Conference season tonight at home against Riverside. Rancho Santiago (15-5) is led by sophomore guard Kenny Ammann (19.9 points a game) and freshman forward Alonzo Jamison (18 points a game). Riverside is 10-10. Ammann is a sophomore transfer from Cal State Bakersfield.
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January 8, 1988
Rancho Santiago College ran off 35 consecutive points starting late in the first half and defeated the Pomona Pitzer junior varsity, 92-41, Thursday in a men's nonconference basketball game at Rancho Santiago. Rancho Santiago scored the final 5 points of the first half to lead, 42-22, and the first 30 points of the second to make it 72-22. Tony Smalley scored 17 points, Mike Oden 14 and Alonzo Jamison and Kenny Ammann 13 each for Rancho Santiago (15-5).
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January 31, 1988 | STEVE KRESAL
Kenny Ammann scored 26 points to lead Rancho Santiago College to a 70-61 victory over Saddleback Saturday in an Orange Empire Conference men's basketball game at Rancho Santiago. The victory moves the Dons (19-6, 4-1) into second place in the conference race at the halfway point. Saddleback (15-8, 3-2) is third. Cypress (22-5, 5-0) leads the conference. Ammann, a sophomore transfer from Cal State Bakersfield, made 13 of 15 free throws for Rancho Santiago.
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December 14, 1990
Brett Pagett set a single-game record for Rancho Santiago College with seven three-pointers in a 99-75 victory over Moorpark in the semifinals of the Pasadena Tournament Thursday. Pagett was seven of nine from three-point range and nine of 11 overall. He surpassed the record of six, which was set by Kenny Ammann (1988) and Gene Altamirano, who did it twice last season. Pagett also had six assists.
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January 28, 1991 | From Associated Press
Arizona State went 10 minutes without a field goal but managed to hang on and defeat Stanford, 58-47, in a Pacific 10 Conference game Sunday. Tarence Wheeler ended the drought with a three-point basket to give Arizona State a five-point lead with 2:08 to play. Arizona State (12-5, 3-4) won at Stanford for the first time since 1986 and stopped its two-game losing streak. After starting this season 8-1 at home, Stanford (10-8, 3-5) lost its second in a row at Maples Pavilion.
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May 4, 1988 | STEVE KRESAL
Alonzo Jamison, the co-state community college basketball player of the year at Rancho Santiago College last season, Tuesday signed a national letter of intent to attend Kansas next fall. Jamison, a 6-foot 6-inch freshman forward who shared co-player of the year honors with Columbia's Jerry Anderson, was also the Orange Empire Conference's most valuable player. He averaged 19.5 points and 12 rebounds to lead the conference in both categories.
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December 6, 1987
Becky Wayland scored 18 points to lead Cypress College to a 61-58 victory over Moorpark in the third-place game of the Cypress women's basketball tournament Saturday at Cypress. Janene Allen added 13 points and 10 rebounds for Cypress (5-4). Moorpark is 3-6. In the championship game, Bernadette Tillis scored 22 points to lead L.A. Valley to a 72-69 victory over MiraCosta.
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