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May 25, 1989
Cal State Fullerton softball players Carey Hess and Missy Coombes were named Wednesday as first-team All-Americans by a panel of coaches. The players, both juniors, earlier had been named first-team All-Big West Conference and All-West Regional. Terry Carpenter of Edison High School, a freshman pitcher at Fresno State, also was selected a first-team All-American. Hess, an outfielder from Loara High, led the Big West with a .409 batting average, which broke the school record of .408 set by Sue Lewis in 1981.
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July 17, 1994 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
K.C. Clark was working at a grocery store in Fullerton and Missy Coombes was teaching at Montclair High when they heard about the Colorado Silver Bullets. Both of them jumped at the chance to try out for the first women's professional baseball team to play against men. Both made the team, and now, halfway through the Silver Bullets' first 50-game season, they're calling this experience one of the best of their lives.
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July 17, 1994 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
K.C. Clark was working at a grocery store in Fullerton and Missy Coombes was teaching at Montclair High when they heard about the Colorado Silver Bullets. Both of them jumped at the chance to try out for the first women's professional baseball team to play against men. Both made the team, and now, halfway through the Silver Bullets' first 50-game season, they're calling this experience one of the best of their lives.
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May 25, 1989
Cal State Fullerton softball players Carey Hess and Missy Coombes were named Wednesday as first-team All-Americans by a panel of coaches. The players, both juniors, earlier had been named first-team All-Big West Conference and All-West Regional. Terry Carpenter of Edison High School, a freshman pitcher at Fresno State, also was selected a first-team All-American. Hess, an outfielder from Loara High, led the Big West with a .409 batting average, which broke the school record of .408 set by Sue Lewis in 1981.
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February 22, 1989 | Barbie Ludovise
A year ago, Cal State Fullerton softball player Missy Coombes began her sophomore season with high hopes. Coombes had hoped to improve on an impressive freshman season that included a spot on the all-Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. team. She hit .336 that year, third-best on the Titan roster, and led the team with 38 RBIs. But as her sophomore season progressed, Coombes' dreams of success waned. Instead of having her usual high-energy level, Coombes was constantly fatigued.
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April 29, 1990
Cal State Fullerton gained a split with Cal Poly Pomona in a Big West Conference softball doubleheader Saturday at Pomona. Fullerton (42-17, 20-9 in conference) won the first game, 2-0, on run-scoring singles by Missy Coombes and Charlotte Wiley. Pomona (27-30, 10-18) won the second game, 1-0, behind the one-hit pitching of Bonnie Ebenkamp. In California Collegiate Athletic Assn.
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April 29, 1988
Cal State Fullerton swept a doubleheader from San Diego State, 6-3 and 5-1, Thursday night in Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. softball at Fullerton. In the first game, Fullerton (48-14, 21-7) was led by Valerie Van Kirk and Missy Coombes, who each drove in two runs. In the second game, Janis Okerlund (13-3) threw a four-hitter for the victory.
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July 16, 1987 | Associated Press
Michele Granger of Valencia High School broke the tournament record for strikeouts Wednesday as the United States won three games in the Junior Girls World Fast Pitch Softball Championship. In a morning game, the United States' Yvette Hernandez drove in the game-winning run and Granger struck out 10 after she entered in the third inning as the U.S. team edged New Zealand, 2-1.
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February 22, 1988
Anjie Bryant pitched a two-hit shutout as Cal State Fullerton defeated the University of Arizona, 1-0, Sunday in the championship game of the Arizona tournament in Tucson. Bryant (5-0) struck out two batters in winning her second game of the day. In a first-round game, she pitched four innings in relief in the Titans' 3-0 victory over Arizona State. She also picked up a save in Fullerton's 1-0 victory over Cal State Long Beach in the semifinals.
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April 26, 1987
Cal State Fullerton combined two strong pitching performances with two 3-for-4 games from freshman Tiny Glomboske to sweep a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. softball doubleheader from San Jose State Saturday at Fullerton. In the first game, senior Connie Clark (24-1) allowed three hits and struck out three, and Glomboske had the game-winning RBI for the Titans (21-1, 45-4). Freshman pitcher Janis Okerlund (12-2) scattered seven hits to shut down the Spartans (5-17, 18-23) in the second game.
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February 22, 1989 | Barbie Ludovise
A year ago, Cal State Fullerton softball player Missy Coombes began her sophomore season with high hopes. Coombes had hoped to improve on an impressive freshman season that included a spot on the all-Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. team. She hit .336 that year, third-best on the Titan roster, and led the team with 38 RBIs. But as her sophomore season progressed, Coombes' dreams of success waned. Instead of having her usual high-energy level, Coombes was constantly fatigued.
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April 10, 1988
Cal State Fullerton swept a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. doubleheader from San Jose State, 4-1 and 11-1, Saturday at Fullerton. Anjie Bryant pitched a seven-hitter for the Titans in the first game. Bryant (18-5) gave up just one unearned run, struck out one batter and walked one. Carey Hess went 2 for 3 with a run scored to lead Fullerton. In the second game, the Titans had 17 hits. Hess again led the way, going 4 for 5 with 1 RBI and 2 runs scored.
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February 13, 1989 | RALPH NICHOLS
Anjie Bryant and Ann Van Dortrecht each pitched three-hit shutouts as Cal State Fullerton swept Cal State Northridge, 4-0 and 1-0, in a nonconference softball doubleheader Sunday at Northridge. In the opener, Bryant, a sophomore left-hander, struck out two and allowed only two balls out of the infield. The Titans (2-0) scored three runs in the first inning and added another in the fourth. Fullerton loaded the bases in the first on two walks and a hit batter off Northridge's Heather Lindstrom.
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