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April 11, 1989
Lindsay Strothers has been hired as women's basketball coach at Chapman College. Strothers was an assistant coach for both the Chapman men's and women's teams last season. Strothers was given a one-year contract, according to athletic department sources. The Panthers were 13-13 and finished second in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. last season under Paul Kahn, who had a part-time position. The position has been elevated to full time. Strothers also has coached women's basketball at St. Mary's Academy High School in Portland, Ore., for two years and was an assistant at the school for four years.
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March 24, 1993 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lindsay Strothers, whose fourth season as the Chapman University women's basketball coach was his most frustrating, will not return for a fifth, he said Tuesday. Strothers is resigning to help start a sports camp business in Portland, Ore., but said he likely would have remained at Chapman if not for the university's decision last year to move from NCAA Division II to Division III and stop offering athletic scholarships. "I'd probably still be here," Strothers said.
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March 24, 1993 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lindsay Strothers, whose fourth season as the Chapman University women's basketball coach was his most frustrating, will not return for a fifth, he said Tuesday. Strothers is resigning to help start a sports camp business in Portland, Ore., but said he likely would have remained at Chapman if not for the university's decision last year to move from NCAA Division II to Division III and stop offering athletic scholarships. "I'd probably still be here," Strothers said.
SPORTS
April 11, 1989
Lindsay Strothers has been hired as women's basketball coach at Chapman College. Strothers was an assistant coach for both the Chapman men's and women's teams last season. Strothers was given a one-year contract, according to athletic department sources. The Panthers were 13-13 and finished second in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. last season under Paul Kahn, who had a part-time position. The position has been elevated to full time. Strothers also has coached women's basketball at St. Mary's Academy High School in Portland, Ore., for two years and was an assistant at the school for four years.
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September 6, 1986
Lindsay Strothers was named assistant women's basketball coach at USC, Coach Linda Sharp announced. Strothers, 29, coached the girls' team at St. Mary's Academy in Portland, Ore., to three straight state championships in 1984-86.
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March 10, 2001 | JOHN KLIMA
Lindsay Strothers, coach of the Oak Park girls' team, has sung the national anthem before the four Eagles' home games in the Southern Section and Southern Regional playoffs. No one is saying that's the reason Oak Park won the section Division IV-AA title and will meet La Jolla The Bishop's in the regional final at 10 a.m. today at the Forum, but it obviously didn't hurt. "He's got that blues thing working," said Rob Hall, the former Oak Park boys' coach.
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November 26, 1988 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
For the second time in 3 days, the Chapman College men's basketball team has a new head coach. Former men's assistant Rich Prospero was named interim coach for the remainder of the season on Friday, Athletic Director Walt Bowman announced. The announcement came 2 days after Bowman had fired Coach Kevin Wilson and replaced him with Lindsay Strothers, a first-year assistant for the women's team.
SPORTS
March 3, 2001
Girls' Division IV-AA Championship OAK PARK (22-5) vs. MORRO BAY (19-5) Today, 1 p.m., The Pyramid in Long Beach OAK PARK *--* No. Name Pos. Ht. Yr. 10 Shelia Gluzer G 5-4. So. 12 Jamie Rauchwarger G 5-6 Fr. 20 Tiffany Adams F 5-8 So. 21 Cara Yellin G 6-4 Jr. 22 Alexis Stiny F 5-10 Jr. 23 Jannel Buckley G 5-4 Jr. 25 Kim Bryan G 5-8 Sr. 30 Kelly Britton G 5-6 So. 31 Shir Raanan G 5-6 Fr. 32 Michelle Bregar G 5-9 Jr. 33 Kelly Smith F 5-7 So. 35 Holly Stewart F 5-10 Jr. 44 S.
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March 17, 1989 | CHRIS FOSTER, Times Staff Writer
Rich Prospero will remain at Chapman College as an assistant basketball coach, a source in the athletic department said Thursday. School officials are expected to make the announcement today. Prospero, 25, was the Panthers' interim coach last season. He and Jerry DeBusk will assist new Chapman coach Bob Boyd. Boyd met with Prospero on Wednesday to discuss the possibility of Prospero remaining with the program.
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September 7, 1989 | DONNA CARTER
Edison High School has hired two part-time coaches for its girls' varsity basketball and tennis programs, Athletic Director Bruce Belcher said Wednesday. Philip Abraham Jr. replaces Randy Williams as coach of the basketball team. Williams, a temporary teacher, took a teaching/coaching job in Portland, Ore., when the Huntington Beach Union High School District decided not to renew his contract. Abraham, 25, of Portland, Ore.
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