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SPORTS
September 25, 1994
Jill Gallegos tied Rachel Wackerman's school record of five goals Saturday, leading Cal Lutheran to an 8-0 SCIAC victory over Whittier. Freshman goalie Kim Carver had an easy afternoon in the net for Cal Lutheran (6-1, 4-0), saving the only shot her teammates allowed. Kim Holeman, Laura Heifner and Emily Kanney also scored for the Regals, who bombarded Poet goalie Helen Baron with 45 shots. Gallegos, who is second on Cal Lutheran's all-time scoring list with 49 goals, has 18 this season.
SPORTS
November 26, 1992
George Kuntz of Cal Lutheran was named co-coach of the year in NCAA Division III women's soccer. Kuntz, who also coaches the men's team, led the Regals (17-4) to a No. 3 national ranking. * Four Cal Lutheran women's soccer players were named to the All-Far West region team. Seniors Vanessa Martin and Stephanie Gainey earned first-team honors, and junior Rachel Wackerman and sophomore Heidi Ramage were named to the second team.
SPORTS
October 27, 1991
The Cal Lutheran women's soccer team clinched the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title Saturday with an 11-0 win over visiting La Verne. Rachel Wackerman scored three goals for CLU (14-3, 11-0 in conference play). WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Cal State Northridge d. Cal State Sacramento, 18-16, 15-4, 9-15,15-8--Alison Wool had 49 assists to lead the Matadors (12-10) to a nonconference win.
SPORTS
September 18, 1990
Claremont's Marial Davis scored all of her team's goals Monday at Claremont to pace the home team to a 3-1 win over Occidental College in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women's soccer game. Jos Bergmann, a senior striker for Occidental, scored the Tigers' only goal in the first half. Occidental took 14 shots on goal to Claremont's eight. Occidental goalie Janet Hubbel notched three saves for the Tigers. The win evened Claremont's conference record to 1-1.
SPORTS
December 17, 1993
Willie Ruiz and Rachel Wackerman of Cal Lutheran have been selected to the National Soccer Coaches Assn. of America Division III All-American teams. Ruiz, a midfielder from Simi Valley, made the Senior College Division III Men's All-American second team. Wackerman, a forward from Pasadena, made the Senior College Division III Women's All-American third team. High School Volleyball Eric Dick has been named boys' volleyball coach at Chaminade High.
SPORTS
October 19, 1993
Cal State Fullerton stopped a 20-game losing streak, which had extended over two seasons, with a victory over Davidson College of North Carolina in a nonconference women's volleyball match Monday at Cal State Fullerton. The Titans lost the first game, 15-11, but rallied for a 15-13, 15-10, 15-5 victory. Jennifer Lipski had 30 kills and Heidi Robertson added 18 for Cal State Fullerton (1-18). The Titans were 1-27 in 1992. Katherine Anderson had 17 kills for Davidson (9-13).
SPORTS
September 26, 1993
UC San Diego got goals from Joel Kosakoff and Ken Fujii to defeat Cal State Northridge, 2-1, Saturday in the third-place match of the four-team University of San Diego men's soccer tournament. The Matadors averted a shutout when Raja Hawa scored on an assist from Armando Valdivia with three minutes remaining. Northridge (5-5) has finished last in two four-team tournaments this season. UC San Diego improved to 6-2.
SPORTS
October 25, 1990
Mike Radka and Tim Treglown each scored four goals Wednesday to lead the Royal High water polo team to a 22-1 victory over Simi Valley in a Marmonte League match at Rancho Simi Pool in Simi Valley. Greg Isaacs and Will Spencer added three goals each for Royal (18-3, 7-0 in league play). The Highlanders can clinch their 10th consecutive league title with a victory at Agoura on Friday. GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Birmingham d.
SPORTS
October 10, 1992
Nancy Nicholls returned to the lineup and the Cal State Northridge women's volleyball team swept host San Jose State, 15-9, 15-6, 15-11, in a nonconference match at the Event Center on Friday night. Nicholls, who had missed Wednesday's match at Loyola Marymount because of a sprained right ankle, had a match-high 14 kills, a .323 hitting percentage and 12 digs as Northridge (13-6) posted its third win in a row.
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