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February 27, 1988
Santa Barbara, with senior forward Paul Johnson getting 29 points, upset previously undefeated and second-seeded Glendora, 57-50, in a Southern Section 4-A boys' quarterfinal basketball game Friday night at Santa Barbara College. Johnson, who has signed a national letter of intent with UC Santa Barbara, hit 8 of 11 shots from the field. Bill Deoring, with 17 points, was the only other Santa Barbara player in double figures.
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May 4, 1996 | LON EUBANKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Cal State Fullerton was on the brink of seeing its 15-game winning streak at Titan Field end. The Titans also were in danger of falling into fourth place in the Big West Conference race. But Fullerton scrambled back from a two-run deficit with a three-run rally in the bottom of the ninth to beat UC Santa Barbara, 4-3, Friday night in front of 1,943. The victory kept the Titans a game behind Long Beach State. Fullerton (41-8, 13-6) remains tied for second with Nevada Las Vegas.
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November 5, 1989 | KEVIN LINDSEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In its homecoming game, L.A. Southwest College turned in a sporadic offensive performance to come away with an 18-15 win over Santa Barbara College. Quarterback Craig Manigo sealed the victory with a 37-yard touchdown pass to sophomore wide receiver Ansel Littlejohn with 3:48 left in the game. The win lifts the Cougars to 6-1-1 overall and 5-1-1 in the Western State Conference's Northern Division. The Vaqueros drop to 4-4 overall and 3-4 in the conference.
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December 10, 1995 | PETE THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UC Santa Barbara came to Loyola Marymount on Saturday night with a reputation as a team that wins games from the perimeter. But the Gauchos did not have a Jim Williamson in their lineup. Nor did they have anyone who could stop the Lions' point guard. Williamson, a 5-foot-10 junior, played the best game of his college career, scoring 32 points to lead Loyola Marymount to an 83-73 victory before 2,112 at Gersten Pavilion. "I just got it going in the second half," he said. Got it going?
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April 6, 1985
Two former Orange County prep and community college stars led UC Santa Barbara to a 12-2 rout of UC Irvine Friday afternoon in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. game at Santa Barbara. George Bonilla, who formerly played at El Modena High School and Saddleback College, pitched a complete game and allowed only four hits to get the win and improve his record to 7-3.
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November 13, 1994 | JIM COLEMAN
Santa Barbara and Pierce colleges, two of the most prolific passing teams in the Western State conference, combined for 865 yards through the air Saturday night at Pierce in the Vaqueros' 52-40 North Division victory. Santa Barbara's Jarrod DeGeorgia completed 30 of 41 for 427 yards and five touchdowns for the Vaqueros (5-4, 5-3), tossed scoring passes of 34 and 55 yards to Simon Banks and hit Ricky Demarest for scores of five and eight yards.
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February 10, 1991 | JANE HUANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In its first four games, the Cal State Northridge softball team had difficulty putting its game together. Errors proved to be the Matadors' undoing in their opener against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and lack of hitting plagued them in two losses to UCLA on Wednesday. On Saturday, Northridge combined solid pitching with sound defense and clutch hitting and swept a doubleheader against visiting UC Santa Barbara, 1-0, and 3-1.
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December 10, 1995 | PETE THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
UC Santa Barbara came to Loyola Marymount on Saturday night with a reputation as a team that wins games from the perimeter. But the Gauchos did not have a Jim Williamson in their lineup. Nor did they have anyone who could stop the Lions' point guard. Williamson, a 5-foot-10 junior, played the best game of his college career, scoring 32 points to lead Loyola Marymount to an 83-73 victory before 2,112 at Gersten Pavilion. "I just got it going in the second half," he said. Got it going?
SPORTS
March 12, 1992
Which is tougher to take: A loss or a tie? The Cal State Northridge baseball team was handed one of each on a tough Wednesday afternoon at UC Santa Barbara. In the regularly scheduled game, Northridge blew a six-run lead and fell, 8-7, in 10 innings. The second game--the resumption of a March 3 game that was called after 10 innings because of darkness--ended in a 2-2 tie when neither team scored after seven more innings. Again, darkness fell.
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February 18, 1990 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The buzzer sounded and Rod Palmer was half running, half skipping toward the UC Irvine bench Saturday night. He never got there as he was engulfed by his teammates just as he hurled the ball into the rafters. The Thunderdome, as UC Santa Barbara's Campus Events Center is known, was oddly quiet, save for the Anteaters screaming and hugging at midcourt. The Gauchos stood where they were when Gary Gray's last-second shot was smothered by the Anteater defense.
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July 20, 1995 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's summertime, and productions of "The Secret Garden" are sprouting like crabgrass up and down the coast. The latest offshoot is at Santa Barbara City College's Garvin Theatre, offering up a lavish, eye-catching bouquet, in keeping with the intent of the show's creators. Yet for all its decorative appeal, this 1991 musical adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's perennial children's favorite remains a problematic stage transplant.
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November 13, 1994 | JIM COLEMAN
Santa Barbara and Pierce colleges, two of the most prolific passing teams in the Western State conference, combined for 865 yards through the air Saturday night at Pierce in the Vaqueros' 52-40 North Division victory. Santa Barbara's Jarrod DeGeorgia completed 30 of 41 for 427 yards and five touchdowns for the Vaqueros (5-4, 5-3), tossed scoring passes of 34 and 55 yards to Simon Banks and hit Ricky Demarest for scores of five and eight yards.
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October 20, 1994 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two productions opened last weekend at collegiate venues--but don't be misled. Neither "King Lear" at UC Santa Barbara nor "Six Degrees of Separation" at Santa Barbara City College are student productions, but professional-caliber stagings worthy of serious attention. "Lear" is the latest project from UCSB's Theatre Artists Group, an interdepartmental program spotlighting the talents of faculty and visiting artists.
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July 15, 1993 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Unhand my foot, sir!" barks the flustered shopkeeper to the groveling suitor. "I love your niece!" "My knees? Oh, my niece . Well, my niece and I are not to be prised apart so easily, and nor are hers . . ." It's a typical exchange of puns and innuendo from Tom Stoppard's "On the Razzle," which receives suitably elaborate and light-spirited treatment in the Santa Barbara City College Theatre Group's summer production.
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October 22, 1992 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Thomas Wolfe lent an early voice to American alienation with his famous phrase "You can't go home again." In his semi-autobiographical novel "Look Homeward Angel," Wolfe also gave some compelling reasons why you probably wouldn't want to. Ketti Frings' 1957 stage adaptation of Wolfe's masterpiece focused on the universal family dynamics that make life so troubled and sadly beautiful for parents and children alike.
SPORTS
March 12, 1992
Which is tougher to take: A loss or a tie? The Cal State Northridge baseball team was handed one of each on a tough Wednesday afternoon at UC Santa Barbara. In the regularly scheduled game, Northridge blew a six-run lead and fell, 8-7, in 10 innings. The second game--the resumption of a March 3 game that was called after 10 innings because of darkness--ended in a 2-2 tie when neither team scored after seven more innings. Again, darkness fell.
SPORTS
September 22, 1991 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 30 minutes Saturday, Cal Lutheran played fundamentally sound football. Unfortunately, that stretch followed a half in which the Kingsmen could do nothing right, and the end result was a 33-23 nonconference loss to UC Santa Barbara. Four second-quarter turnovers led to four Santa Barbara touchdowns and a 33-3 Gaucho lead at halftime. And although CLU scored 20 points and rolled up 291 yards in total offense in the second half, it proved too little, too late.
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October 20, 1994 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two productions opened last weekend at collegiate venues--but don't be misled. Neither "King Lear" at UC Santa Barbara nor "Six Degrees of Separation" at Santa Barbara City College are student productions, but professional-caliber stagings worthy of serious attention. "Lear" is the latest project from UCSB's Theatre Artists Group, an interdepartmental program spotlighting the talents of faculty and visiting artists.
SPORTS
September 22, 1991 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 30 minutes Saturday, Cal Lutheran played fundamentally sound football. Unfortunately, that stretch followed a half in which the Kingsmen could do nothing right, and the end result was a 33-23 nonconference loss to UC Santa Barbara. Four second-quarter turnovers led to four Santa Barbara touchdowns and a 33-3 Gaucho lead at halftime. And although CLU scored 20 points and rolled up 291 yards in total offense in the second half, it proved too little, too late.
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July 25, 1991 | PHILIP BRANDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Eyes misty with longing for his lost daughter, the demon barber of Fleet Street sings his touching ballad "Johanna" as he strokes his glistening razor through the lathered beard of an unsuspecting customer. But sentiment quickly turns to horror as he slits the upturned throat without missing a beat. The body drops through a trapdoor into the sinister pie shop downstairs--another delivery for Mrs. Lovett's unique solution to the meat shortage in early Victorian London. Chew on that one.
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