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October 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Toronto Maple Leaf right wing Rob Pearson was declared fit to resume workouts after having a seizure on a flight from Edmonton. Pearson, 21, was taken to a hospital, treated for dehydration and released.
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May 11, 1995 | Martin Beck
Southern California College tennis Coach Rob Pearson is stepping down after the most successful tennis season in the college's history. Pearson, in his third season as men's coach and second as women's, said he told acting Athletic Director Terry Zeigler Wednesday he is resigning from his part-time position. "It's almost volunteer work," Pearson said. "It takes up so much of my time that it hurts my other jobs."
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May 27, 1992
Rob Pearson has been named men's tennis coach and Brent Hocking has been named assistant men's basketball coach and sports information director at Southern California College, the school announced Tuesday. Pearson, 22, played tennis at Sunny Hills High and Point Loma Nazarene, from which he will graduate in two weeks. Hocking is moving from Christ College Irvine, where he was in charge of statistics, and the CCI tournament as well as doing some scouting and recruiting.
SPORTS
October 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Toronto Maple Leaf right wing Rob Pearson was declared fit to resume workouts after having a seizure on a flight from Edmonton. Pearson, 21, was taken to a hospital, treated for dehydration and released.
SPORTS
May 11, 1995 | Martin Beck
Southern California College tennis Coach Rob Pearson is stepping down after the most successful tennis season in the college's history. Pearson, in his third season as men's coach and second as women's, said he told acting Athletic Director Terry Zeigler Wednesday he is resigning from his part-time position. "It's almost volunteer work," Pearson said. "It takes up so much of my time that it hurts my other jobs."
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April 6, 2000
The Ice Dogs extended their winning streak to a season-best seven games with a 5-2 victory over the Kansas City Blades on Wednesday night in an International Hockey League game at Long Beach. Rob Pearson had two goals and Mike Crowley two assists in the victory. Also scoring for the Ice Dogs were Rene Chapdelaine, Alexei Yegorov and Vladimir Vorobiev.
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March 30, 2000 | Associated Press
The Long Beach Ice Dogs defeated the Manitoba Moose, 2-1, Wednesday to take a three-point lead in the International Hockey League race for the third playoff spot in the Western Conference. Rob Pearson scored the game-winning goal at 5:29 of the third period. Ice Dog goalie Nikolai Khabibulin stopped 32 of 33 Manitoba shots, including 19 of 19 in the second period, for his 17th victory in 26 appearances. It was his 17th consecutive start for Long Beach.
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February 20, 2000 | Associated Press
Rob Pearson scored the first goal of the shootout and Vladimir Vorobiev's shootout goal put the game out of reach as the Long Beach Ice Dogs defeated the Kansas City Blades, 2-1, Saturday for their eighth victory in nine games. With the score tied, 1-1, going into the shootout, Long Beach turned to goalie Nikolai Khabibulin, who remains perfect in shootouts this season--he has now stopped all 18 shooters he has faced. Khabibulin stopped all four shots in Saturday's shootout.
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October 14, 1999
The Long Beach Ice Dogs rallied from a 2-0 deficit and edged the Western Conference rival Chicago Wolves, 4-3, in an International Hockey League game at Chicago. Trailing by two goals after one period, the Ice Dogs came to life as Len Barrie, Rob Pearson and Doug Ast scored in the second period for a 3-2 lead. Chicago rallied to the tie the score, 3-3, before Nils Ekman's power-play goal midway through the third period provided the difference for the Ice Dogs.
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April 11, 2000 | CHRIS FOSTER
Record--43-29-7 (93 points). Last week's results--Defeated Kansas City, 5-2, Wednesday; lost to Houston, 3-1, Friday; defeated Houston, 4-1, Saturday. This week's schedule--At Utah tonight; at Manitoba Friday and Saturday. The Ice Dogs have a stronger hold on third place after defeating fourth-place Houston Saturday for their 11th victory in 13 games. . . . Doug Ast and Rob Pearson have picked up the offense. Ast had two goals Saturday, giving him 21 for the season.
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May 27, 1992
Rob Pearson has been named men's tennis coach and Brent Hocking has been named assistant men's basketball coach and sports information director at Southern California College, the school announced Tuesday. Pearson, 22, played tennis at Sunny Hills High and Point Loma Nazarene, from which he will graduate in two weeks. Hocking is moving from Christ College Irvine, where he was in charge of statistics, and the CCI tournament as well as doing some scouting and recruiting.
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October 16, 1999
The Long Beach Ice Dogs defeated the Grand Rapids Griffins, 5-4, Friday night in an International Hockey League in front of 2,693 at the Long Beach Arena. Rob Pearson scored the decisive goal at 11:56 of the third period, with Zarley Zalapski and Wes Walz assisting. Grand Rapids led 2-1 in the second period before Nils Ekman scored to tie the score at 2-2. Walz assisted on this goal as well for his first point as an Ice Dog.
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January 10, 2000 | From Times Wire Services
Jan Nemecek scored the decisive shootout goal and Steve Vezina stopped five of six shots in the tiebreaker as the Long Beach Ice Dogs beat the Houston Aeros, 3-2, Sunday. Nemecek's goal came after the first shootout round was tied, 1-1, with Pavel Rosa scoring for Long Beach and Terry Marchant scoring for Houston. The Aeros led, 2-0, on first-period goals by Lane Lambert and Paul Dyck. After a scoreless second, Scott Thomas scored his 13th goal and Rob Pearson tied it with 8:54 remaining.
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