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June 27, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Natalie Exon denies she looks like Chris Evert, though she has donned pigtails before--and she refuses to admit she watches videotape of Evert in her spare time. But Exon can't deny her style could be mistaken for the former queen of tennis. "I think it's my flat strokes," said Exon, who will be a senior at Woodbridge High next year. "All the coaches say it's stupid, but it's just something that I do." Chris Ganz, Exon's coach, said there are many more similarities Exon probably isn't aware of.
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June 27, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Natalie Exon denies she looks like Chris Evert, though she has donned pigtails before--and she refuses to admit she watches videotape of Evert in her spare time. But Exon can't deny her style could be mistaken for the former queen of tennis. "I think it's my flat strokes," said Exon, who will be a senior at Woodbridge High next year. "All the coaches say it's stupid, but it's just something that I do." Chris Ganz, Exon's coach, said there are many more similarities Exon probably isn't aware of.
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SPORTS
November 15, 1997
Arizona State's Faye DeVera and Reka Cseresnyes advanced to the second round in doubles at the ITA Rolex Regionals at UC Irvine. DeVera, a 1997 Villa Park High graduate, and Cseresnyes defeated San Diego's Steffi Hesse and Millie Prior, 9-8, to advance to today's second round. The top-four seeded singles players all advanced, including top-seeded Amanda Basica of UCLA, who defeated Pepperdine's Nadine Rastetter, 6-1, 6-2.
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September 29, 1994
Woodbridge, the fourth-ranked girls' tennis team in Orange County, rallied to beat No. 9 Mater Dei, 10-8, Wednesday in a nonleague match at Woodbridge. The Warriors (8-1) trailed, 4-2, after the first round. Woodbridge's No. 2 doubles team of Ali Tenerelli and Julie Barraco swept its sets, 7-6, 7-6, 6-1, and Natalie Exon won, 6-0, 6-1, 6-1, at No. 1 singles. In other nonleague tennis: Dana Hills 10, Corona del Mar 8--Nina Vaughan swept in singles, 6-4, 6-0, 6-2, for No.
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December 5, 1996 | DAVE McKIBBEN
The top 16 singles players and doubles teams will be competing today at the Racquet Club of Irvine in the Southern Section individual girls' tennis championships. Oxnard Rio Mesa's Zuzana Stunova will be back to defend her singles title. Her main competition should come from Woodbridge senior Natalie Exon, Mater Dei freshman Melissa Esmero and Corona del Mar junior Nina Vaughan. The favored team in the doubles tournament is Villa Park's Faye DeVera and Katey Becker.
SPORTS
October 26, 1997
UC Irvine's Darian Chappell and Natalie Exon advanced to today's semifinals at the Cal State Fullerton Tennis Championships. Chappell, seeded No. 1, defeated Cal State Northridge's Kelly Edwards, 6-2, 6-0. Chappell plays Northridge's Nely Horowic today. Third-seeded Natalie Exon defeated UC Santa Barbara's Shannon Wilkins, 6-2, 6-3. Chappell and Carla Nasca, seeded No. 1 in doubles, advanced to the semifinals by beating Milissa Dillard and Jackie Jocson of UC Santa Barbara, 6-4, 6-4.
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April 10, 1999
Christy Robitaille struck out nine and gave up four hits to help Cal State Fullerton to a 9-2 victory over McNeese State in the first day of pool play of the Cajun softball tournament Friday at Southwestern Louisiana. Robitaille improves to 6-5. Fullerton (24-16) had 15 hits, led by Stacy Pierson (three for four) and Stephenie Little (14th home run). In an earlier game, Southwestern Louisiana (34-5) defeated the Titans, 8-0, in five innings.
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March 26, 2001
Monica Lucatero's double in the top of the sixth inning scored pinch-runner Kristy Halagarda and gave Cal State Fullerton a 1-0 victory over Sacramento State Sunday in a Big West Conference softball game in Sacramento. The victory completed a three-game sweep for the eighth-ranked Titans (30-8, 3-0), who swept Sacramento State (9-17, 0-3) in a doubleheader Saturday. Yasmin Mossadeghi had two hits for Cal State Fullerton.
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