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October 7, 1987
The Sockers have reached a three-year agreement to broadcast all regular-season and playoff games with XTRA(690 AM), the team announced. Randy Hahn will do play-by-play for his sixth season.
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January 11, 1990 | STEVE SPRINGER
The road to success for most sportscasters involves some pretty tough sledding. It certainly did for Randy Hahn. Literally. The studio host on Prime Ticket for King telecasts, Hahn began his broadcasting career with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, doing play-by-play of dog-sled races in the Yukon. Or, as King announcer Bob Miller describes it, paw-by-paw. Hahn's partner in those dog days was the renowned commentator, Chief Van Bibber.
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SPORTS
January 11, 1990 | STEVE SPRINGER
The road to success for most sportscasters involves some pretty tough sledding. It certainly did for Randy Hahn. Literally. The studio host on Prime Ticket for King telecasts, Hahn began his broadcasting career with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, doing play-by-play of dog-sled races in the Yukon. Or, as King announcer Bob Miller describes it, paw-by-paw. Hahn's partner in those dog days was the renowned commentator, Chief Van Bibber.
SPORTS
October 7, 1987
The Sockers have reached a three-year agreement to broadcast all regular-season and playoff games with XTRA(690 AM), the team announced. Randy Hahn will do play-by-play for his sixth season.
SPORTS
April 21, 1987 | MARC APPLEMAN
The Sockers, whose Major Indoor Soccer League playoff matches will be broadcast on XTRA (AM 690), are discussing next season's broadcasts with XTRA officials, said Randy Bernstein, Socker vice-president, Monday. For the past five seasons, the Sockers have been on AM 600, which was KOGO and KLZZ and became KKLQ earlier this year. Bernstein said long-time announcer Randy Hahn will continue to broadcast the Sockers. XTRA will begin carrying Charger games in the fall.
SPORTS
September 9, 1986 | MARC APPLEMAN
The San Diego Sockers will appear on Prime Ticket Network 16 times during the upcoming Major Indoor Soccer League season. The Sockers have a three-year contract with Prime Ticket, a cable network available on Cox Cable in San Diego and on Daniels Cablevision in North San Diego County. A Prime Ticket official said the network is talking with Southwestern Cable about joining its system. Southwestern and Cox are the major cable stations in San Diego.
SPORTS
October 4, 1991
The University of San Diego broke a four-match losing streak Thursday night with an 18-16, 17-15, 12-15, 15-5 women's volleyball victory over visiting Portland in a West Coast Conference match. Junior setter Shannon Mutch broke her own assist record for a four-game match with 69. She set the old record of 62 last year against Hofstra. Jennifer Loftus led USD (9-8, 1-2) with 30 kills. Portland fell to 10-7 and 2-1.
NEWS
June 12, 1994
Here is the 1994 World Cup soccer schedule, with live TV broadcasts. ABC will show two of the United States' first-round matches and the championship final from the Rose Bowl. ESPN will televise the United States' other first-round match, plus both semifinals and the third-place game. ESPN2 will also carry some games. Univision, the Spanish-language network, will broadcast all 52 matches, most of them live.
SPORTS
June 2, 1991
Former Grossmont High runner Darcy Arreola was the winner of the women's 1,500 meters Saturday at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Oregon. Arreola, competing for Cal State Northridge, clocked 4 minutes, 11.46 seconds, beating Tennessee's Jasmin Jones, who clocked 4:14.87. Arreola was the San Diego Section's track athlete of the year in 1986 and won the section 1,600-meter title in 1985-86.
SPORTS
December 19, 1987 | TIM LEIGHTON
Socker Coach Ron Newman took a long drink from his soda, stared at it for a moment, then chuckled. "The final result was fair," Newman said after the Sockers' 3-2 overtime victory over the Minnesota Strikers Friday night at Met Center. "We deserved it, and, boy, would I have been disappointed had the final result been any different."
SPORTS
September 27, 1991
The Sockers announced Thursday that all 1991-92 road games and 12 home games will be carried live on either KFMB-AM (760) or the San Diego Cable Sports Network. The package marks a departure from the past in which the previous broadcast outlet delayed some games to 11 p.m. or shipped others to a low-wattage station. Some games were not broadcast on any station.
SPORTS
September 25, 1987
More than twice the usual number of players have been invited to the San Diego Sockers' tryouts, which begin Saturday at the Mission Valley Soccer Center. Usually, 20 to 25 players try out for the team, but this year, 46 players have been invited. The coaching staff will not say how many of the tryouts have a chance to make the squad, but team officials have said that none of the veterans has a guaranteed position. The Sockers' streak of five straight championships was broken last season.
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