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August 9, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lance Stewart was a six-foot, 175-pound whirlwind of athletic grace at Laguna Beach High School, where he was an All-Southern Section football, basketball and volleyball player in 1980-81. But he has grown up--and out--since his prep days. He is 29, married (his wife is expecting their first child) and tips the scales at about 225. "I can't remember seeing 175 on the scale," Stewart said. "Actually, I see it go by real fast, for about a split second."
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January 27, 1995 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Lance Stewart has resigned as Corona del Mar girls' volleyball coach, Athletic Director Jerry Jelnick said Thursday. Stewart, a Laguna Beach High graduate, was 74-10 as the Sea Kings' coach the last three seasons. He led them to back-to-back Southern Section and State Division I titles in 1992 and '93. Stewart will continue to coach men's volleyball at Irvine Valley College.
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April 3, 1992
Lance Stewart has been hired as the girls' volleyball coach at Corona del Mar High School, Jerry Jelnick, the school's athletic director, said Thursday. Stewart replaces Mark Rivadeneyra, who resigned at the end of last season to become the girls' coach at San Clemente. Stewart coached the boys' team at Laguna Beach from 1988-90. He also coached the girls' team in 1990-1991. He is currently the men's coach at Rancho Santiago College.
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August 9, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lance Stewart was a six-foot, 175-pound whirlwind of athletic grace at Laguna Beach High School, where he was an All-Southern Section football, basketball and volleyball player in 1980-81. But he has grown up--and out--since his prep days. He is 29, married (his wife is expecting their first child) and tips the scales at about 225. "I can't remember seeing 175 on the scale," Stewart said. "Actually, I see it go by real fast, for about a split second."
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January 19, 1991
Michael Soylular has been named boys' volleyball coach at Laguna Beach High School. Soylular comes to Laguna Beach from the University of Virginia, where he was an assistant coach for the women's team. He also was an assistant coach at Wichita State and Cal Poly Pomona and was the head coach at Arkansas. Soylular replaces Lance Stewart, who resigned last fall and is now an assistant with the UC Irvine men's team.
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October 29, 1990
Lance Stewart, the boys' and girls' volleyball coach at Laguna Beach High School, has resigned his positions effective the end of the 1990 girls' season. Stewart, who coached the Artist boys and girls last year, will be an assistant coach with the UC Irvine men's team this spring and will move to Nashville, Tenn., next summer. "My fiancee lives in Nashville and I'm going down there to start a club (volleyball) program," Stewart said.
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September 14, 1994
Coach: Lance Stewart (third year). 1993: 31-3 overall, 12-2 in the Sea View League. Won second consecutive Division I State and Southern Section championships. Key returners: Kelly Campbell, 6-1, setter, Jr.; Ali Havriluk, 5-9, outside hitter, Sr.; Wrenna Johnson, 5-10, middle blocker, Sr.; Kathryn Rice, 5-10, outside hitter, Jr. Key newcomers: Julie Coombe, 5-10, outside hitter, Jr.; Melissa Ford, 5-10, setter, Jr.; Doris Hawley, 6-1, middle blocker, Jr.; Jenny Hover, 5-8, outside hitter, Sr.
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October 26, 1993
Corona del Mar, Sr. Volleyball / Outside hitter Corona del Mar seems to be jelling after defeating Poway, ranked No. 1 in the state, to win the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions Saturday, and Stroffe is playing a big part. She was named the MVP of the tournament after 21 kills in the title match and 14 in the semifinal victory over Long Beach Millikan. "She dug a ton of balls for us," Coach Lance Stewart said. "She hustled all over the court.
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November 19, 1993 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Defending State and Southern Section champion Corona del Mar rallied for a 13-15, 15-11, 15-8, 15-10 victory over third-seeded Laguna Beach in a Southern Section Division I semifinal match Thursday at Dana Hills High. The Sea Kings (23-2) advanced to Saturday's title match. Jennifer Stroffe had 19 kills, Kim Coleman added 11 to lead unseeded Corona del Mar, which survived a shaky Game 1 and won the match despite not playing up to par.
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March 18, 1995
Brian Chartier has been named girls' volleyball coach at Corona del Mar. Chartier, who coached Torrance to the Southern Section Division III girls' volleyball title in 1992 and '93, replaces Lance Stewart, who resigned in January. Chartier, 28, takes over a team Stewart led to back-to-back national, State and section titles. Chartier moved to Irvine last summer and teaches at Benton Middle School in La Mirada.
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