December 29, 1993 |
Marine Cano, the man Athletic Director Dan Guerrero had in mind when he formed a new position of director of soccer/head women's coach at UC Irvne, Tuesday was named to the job. Cano, who calls himself "Mr. Soccer," had been the director of soccer and coach of both the men's and women's teams at Cal State Dominguez Hills since 1985.
August 27, 1994 |
Marine Cano knew he would be wearing a lot of hats when he took the job as director of soccer/head women's coach at UC Irvine. OK, maybe he didn't think a painter's cap would be one of them. Cano has been running six hours of two-a-day practices with the women's team, staying atop progress on the men's team, putting on clinics for youth groups, speaking to every Rotary Club that will listen, recruiting, scheduling, planning strategy and lugging paint around.
June 28, 1994 |
As the World Cup pushes soccer fever higher in the United States, Marine Cano watches and smiles. Cano has watched soccer grow from fledgling status to become one of the most popular sports among American youths. Although a professional career in Europe never materialized and a brief stint on the U.S. national team didn't produce a World Cup appearance, Cano has no regrets.
October 8, 1985 |
From Cal State Dominguez Hills comes the proud, the few--actually the only--Marine Cano, defender of the goal and double sword bearer in the soccer wars. Cano, a former pro soccer goalie, inaugurated Dominguez Hills' women's soccer program last year. He is coaching both the men's and women's teams this season in the highly competitive California Collegiate Athletic Assn. So far, Cano has managed to pull it off, leading the men to a 7-3 record while the women are at .
January 6, 1994 |
"Mr. Soccer" is leaving Cal State Dominguez Hills. Marine Cano, a recognizable figure in the Southland soccer community, has been named director of soccer and head women's coach at UC Irvine. He had been director of soccer and coach of the men's and women's teams at Cal State Dominguez Hills since 1985. He also served as coach of the California girls' under-19 Olympic Development team and directed camps that attracted more than 1,000 youths this summer.
June 22, 1990 |
Coach Bobby Sibbald has a big decision to make: Who to start in goal Saturday night when the Los Angeles Heat plays host to first-place Real Santa Barbara in an American Professional Soccer League West showdown at West Torrance High. Will the first-year Heat coach start the self-proclaimed "Dr. Parallel," 35-year-old veteran Marine Cano?