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June 13, 1992 | MARTIN BECK
Reddy Gustine, the Chapman men's tennis coach, has resigned to devote full attention to his duties as head professional at Oakwood North and South Tennis Club in Newport Beach. Gustine, whose position at Chapman was part-time, also taught several physical education classes each semester. The Panthers, who had won three NCAA Division II titles in the late 1980s when the school offered tennis scholarships, had a 14-20 record over two seasons. Chapman was 8-8 this season and was ranked No.
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June 13, 1992 | MARTIN BECK
Reddy Gustine, the Chapman men's tennis coach, has resigned to devote full attention to his duties as head professional at Oakwood North and South Tennis Club in Newport Beach. Gustine, whose position at Chapman was part-time, also taught several physical education classes each semester. The Panthers, who had won three NCAA Division II titles in the late 1980s when the school offered tennis scholarships, had a 14-20 record over two seasons. Chapman was 8-8 this season and was ranked No.
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September 20, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
There may have been better times to take over the men's tennis program at Chapman College, but Reddy Gustine has faced tougher challenges. Gustine, whose varied coaching experience includes starting a basketball program at a university in Indiana and a tennis program at Cal Baptist, assumes the position former Chapman tennis standout Terry Davis held for a year before resigning in August. Davis left because he was disappointed with the lack of scholarships for the program.
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September 20, 1990 | MARTIN BECK
There may have been better times to take over the men's tennis program at Chapman College, but Reddy Gustine has faced tougher challenges. Gustine, whose varied coaching experience includes starting a basketball program at a university in Indiana and a tennis program at Cal Baptist, assumes the position former Chapman tennis standout Terry Davis held for a year before resigning in August. Davis left because he was disappointed with the lack of scholarships for the program.
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April 4, 1991 | MARTIN BECK
From the beginning, Chapman College men's tennis Coach Reddy Gustine knew the margin for success was slim this season. With only eight players to fill six starting spots, Gustine was depending on healthy bodies. "Before the season, I said, 'We have the talent--if everything falls into place--to make it to the nationals. But if we have one injury, we are in trouble,' " said Gustine, who is in his first season at Chapman. "And we've had more than one injury.
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August 1, 1992
Tiger Woods of Cypress moved closer to his second consecutive U.S. Junior Amateur championship by defeating Scott Persin of Naperville, Ill., 4 and 3, and Ryan Armour of Silver Lake, Ohio, 8 and 6, Friday in Milton, Mass. Woods, 16, faces Jon Bartlett, 15, of Ocala, Fla., in one semifinal match today. Mark Wilson, 17, of Menomonee Falls, Wis., faces Todd Lynch, 16, of Winston-Salem, N.C., in the other semifinal. The winners will meet in an 18-hole championship match later in the day.
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April 2, 1992 | MARTIN BECK
It's after midnight at the Chapman University dorms. Most residents are sleeping, some are tuning into late-night television, a few are even studying. But Aris Vassiliou's work has just begun. Rather than David Letterman, Vassiliou pays attention to his fax machine, whirring into the night. "It's so quiet you can't even hear it," Vassiliou said. "I bought it especially so I'm not going to bother my roommate."
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February 8, 1991 | MARTIN BECK
If the Chapman College men's basketball team hasn't been successful in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. thus far, the Panthers can claim at least one statistical victory. Chapman is shooting 54.5% from the field, which places it third among NCAA Division II teams. In seven conference games, the Panthers (12-10, 2-5 in the CCAA) are shooting 55.7%, tops in the conference, but are tied for last place with Cal State Los Angeles.
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April 10, 1990 | MITCH POLIN
The men's tennis program at California Baptist College in Riverside is in its first season but success has not been a foreign idea. Thanks to a little help from a few foreigners. With a miniature version of the United Nations, the Lancers have strung together a 20-0 record and are ranked No. 18 in the National Assn. of Intercollegiate Athletics. The roster features Tamer el Sawy of Egypt, Frank Ofori of Ghana, Dave Fontaine of France, Jonas Molin of Sweden and Murray Tanner of New Zealand.
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May 11, 1990 | MITCH POLIN
This could be a big weekend for Azusa Pacific University athletic teams. The Cougars are playing host to the National Assn. of Intercollegiate Athletics District 3 championships in baseball and track, and are regarded as the team to beat in both. The baseball tournament will run through Saturday, and the track finals are set for today and Saturday.
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