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June 28, 1989
Rob Halvaks, UC Irvine's senior associate athletic director, resigned, effective July 10 to become operations manager for Money Radio.
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October 16, 1992
Rob Halvaks, associate executive director of the Orange County Sports Assn. for the last three years, has been named assistant commissioner of the Big West Conference, Commissioner Dennis Farrell announced Thursday. Halvaks, who was responsible for event management and marketing of the Freedom Bowl and Pigskin Classic football games and the $5 - million OCSA budget, will handle similar responsibilities for the Big West, as well as assist with compliance and eligibility.
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SPORTS
June 28, 1989
Rob Halvaks, UC Irvine's senior associate athletic director, announced his resignation effective Aug. 31, the college announced Tuesday. Halvaks, who has worked for Irvine for 10 years, is leaving to become an operations manager for Money Radio, a financial news service that broadcasts on KMNY in Pomona and also has 12 affiliates across the country. Halvaks started at Irvine as sports information director in 1979 and became an athletic buiness manager in 1981. He became an assistant athletic director in 1983.
SPORTS
June 28, 1989
Rob Halvaks, UC Irvine's senior associate athletic director, resigned, effective July 10 to become operations manager for Money Radio.
SPORTS
October 16, 1992
Rob Halvaks, associate executive director of the Orange County Sports Assn. for the last three years, has been named assistant commissioner of the Big West Conference, Commissioner Dennis Farrell announced Thursday. Halvaks, who was responsible for event management and marketing of the Freedom Bowl and Pigskin Classic football games and the $5 - million OCSA budget, will handle similar responsibilities for the Big West, as well as assist with compliance and eligibility.
SPORTS
August 3, 1994 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Big West Conference promoted Rob Halvaks from assistant commissioner to associate commissioner and named Paula Smith assistant commissioner.
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August 9, 1989
Otto W. Reyer has been named executive associate athletic director at UC Irvine, the college announced Tuesday. Reyer will be in charge of the financial operation of the athletic department. He has been Irvine's director of financial aid the past 12 years and will continue in that position. Reyer replaces Rob Halvaks, who left the college in June to become operations manager for a syndicated radio network.
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January 7, 1992
Don Andersen and Rob Halvaks, the top administrators of the the Orange County Sports Assn., the governing organization of the Freedom Bowl and the Disneyland Pigskin Classic, signed new three-year contracts Monday. Andersen has been the executive director since March 1990; Halvaks, the associate executive director, has been with the association since October, 1989. Jack Lindquist, OCSA president, credited the leadership of the two men for the growth of the organization's two football games.
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September 26, 1989
Rob Halvaks, a former UC Irvine athletic official, has been hired by the Freedom Bowl as associate executive director. Halvaks replaces Kirk Hendrix, who accepted a similar position in August with the Fiesta Bowl. Halvaks will be responsible for marketing the organization's events, including the Freedom Bowl and Disneyland Pigskin Classic.
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November 13, 1991 | SCOTT MILLER
Stanford, the team Freedom Bowl officials had been eyeing for weeks, apparently has backed out of the game in favor of the Aloha Bowl. "Stanford had verbally committed if it had won its game Saturday (a 27-10 victory over UCLA), and the Pac-10 even told us it was a deal, but in the last couple of hours it is slipping," said Don Andersen, Freedom Bowl executive director. "All of a sudden somebody's word doesn't mean anything anymore."
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June 28, 1989
Rob Halvaks, UC Irvine's senior associate athletic director, announced his resignation effective Aug. 31, the college announced Tuesday. Halvaks, who has worked for Irvine for 10 years, is leaving to become an operations manager for Money Radio, a financial news service that broadcasts on KMNY in Pomona and also has 12 affiliates across the country. Halvaks started at Irvine as sports information director in 1979 and became an athletic buiness manager in 1981. He became an assistant athletic director in 1983.
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March 22, 2001 | DIANE PUCIN
What's in a name? No one is really sure what to call Georgetown reserve guard Nathaniel Burton, a 6-foot-4 senior, who is one of the best perimeter defenders in the Big East. He has a tattoo on his left arm that says "Big Nat," the handle he used while growing up in Washington, D.C. Coach Craig Esherick used to call him "Nate," and Burton has been called both "Nat" and "Nate" in newspaper and broadcast accounts throughout the season.
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September 7, 1995 | JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The search for a new conference has begun in earnest for the Cal State Northridge baseball and softball teams, which will be excluded from the Western Athletic Conference after the 1996 season. The WAC notified Northridge Athletic Director Paul Bubb this week that only full-time members will be included in conference schedules starting in the 1996-97 school year. Jeff Hurd, WAC assistant commissioner, said the conference's decision was based on numbers.
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