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January 19, 1990 | STEVE KRESAL
Rashone Lewis, Fullerton College's leading scorer and rebounder, said Thursday he will enroll next fall at St. Mary's College in Moraga, Calif. Lewis, a 6-foot-6 forward from Verbum Dei High School and Cal State Fullerton, will be eligible to play next season. He has two years of eligibility left. Lewis played sparingly last season at Cal State Fullerton and left because he thought he should have played more. He transferred to Fullerton College last fall and is averaging 20.
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February 25, 1989 | Associated Press
An 18-year-old St. Mary's College freshman appears to be the only woman in the country who has earned a place as one of the guys on a varsity baseball squad, and her acceptance comes after years of uphill battles. Julie Croteau of Manassas, Va., a first baseman who bats and throws left-handed, says she has noticed signs of acceptance by her college teammates--such as no more apologies for swearing and no exceptions when they yell, "Come on, guys."
SPORTS
December 3, 1999 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
St. Mary's Coach Dave Bollwinkel isn't certain his 7-foot-3, 345-pound center, Brad Millard, is college basketball's biggest player. "All I know is that there's nobody as big as Brad who is as good," Bollwinkel said. Take one look at Millard and the "big" is never in doubt. Shake his hand, and he seems to have half of his left over. When he stands next to 7-foot teammate Chris Walls in practice, he makes even Walls look small.
SPORTS
October 2, 1997 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
St. Mary's College appears as if by revelation. Beyond the freeway that leads east from Oakland, along a winding road through the hills, the school comes suddenly into view. A chapel rises from the center of campus with classrooms and dormitories radiating outward in neat lines of white stucco and red tile roofs. The afternoon calm--a warm autumn breeze, students chatting outside the bookstore--is broken only by church bells tolling the hour.
NEWS
August 20, 2012
There are two things second-generation restaurateur Bricia Lopez can't live without -- mole and Mezcal. She comes by those loves naturally as her family is the owner of the landmark Guelaguetza restaurant, the first -- and still one of the best -- of Los Angeles' Oaxacan restaurants. She began working alongside her family in the restaurant business at a very young age. Bricia is a graduate of Mount Saint Mary's College, majoring in business administration. She is currently a partner at Guelaguetza and today spearheads all operations.
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