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March 17, 1993
College: Saddleback Sport: Golf Class: Freshman Richardson's success this season has been a case of coming in from the cold. Richardson, a graduate of Dana Hills High School, started the fall at Minnesota but left at the semester break. Back in Southern California, he had helped Saddleback dominate the competition.
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July 7, 1993 | STEVE KRESAL
Scott Richardson knew it got chilly in Minnesota once winter came around. But nothing about his upbringing in Laguna Niguel prepared him for the intense cold he felt while strolling the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus as a freshman last fall. Richardson, a former standout at Dana Hills High School, wasn't totally naive about living in a cold climate before he accepted the golf scholarship. But he had liked the area and the school a lot during his recruiting trip in the spring.
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March 24, 1990 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's no wonder Scott Richardson is one of the best young golfers in Southern California. His heritage seems to demand it. --His grandfather, John, who died in 1988, won the U.S. senior national championship in 1987. --His father, Kemp, a former USC All-American, played in the San Diego Open as an amateur last month. And Scott Richardson has kept up well with his elders. Last summer, he finished second in the 13-14 age group at a world junior championship event in San Diego.
SPORTS
March 17, 1993
College: Saddleback Sport: Golf Class: Freshman Richardson's success this season has been a case of coming in from the cold. Richardson, a graduate of Dana Hills High School, started the fall at Minnesota but left at the semester break. Back in Southern California, he had helped Saddleback dominate the competition.
SPORTS
July 7, 1993 | STEVE KRESAL
Scott Richardson knew it got chilly in Minnesota once winter came around. But nothing about his upbringing in Laguna Niguel prepared him for the intense cold he felt while strolling the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus as a freshman last fall. Richardson, a former standout at Dana Hills High School, wasn't totally naive about living in a cold climate before he accepted the golf scholarship. But he had liked the area and the school a lot during his recruiting trip in the spring.
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April 6, 1990 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was difficult to tell who breathed a bigger sigh of relief, second baseman Scott Richardson or pitcher Vale Lopez, after Cal State Northridge had defeated Cal Poly Pomona, 4-3, in a 10-inning California Collegiate Athletic Assn. game at Matador Field on Thursday. A pair of errors by Richardson had helped Pomona tie the score, 3-3, in the eighth inning, and Lopez had thrown 146 pitches in the first 10 innings and was ready to raise that total in the 11th if needed.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 1986 | KENNETH HERMAN
Crawfish Pie is your basic bluegrass band, with one minor exception: Its repertoire includes Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the William Tell Overture, and avant-garde guru John Cage's iconoclastic "Four Minutes, 33 Seconds." Mixing the earthy twang of bluegrass with the sophisticated textures of orchestral standards is the brainchild of Scott Richardson. Guitarist, mandolin virtuoso, and sometime impresario, the 25-year-old San Diego State University music major is the mainspring of Crawfish Pie.
SPORTS
July 4, 1994
Scott Richardson of Laguna Niguel is tied for the lead after two rounds of the Long Beach Men's City golf championship Sunday at Recreation Park Golf Course. Richardson, a Dana Hills graduate who attends USC, shot four-under-par 68 for a total of 139, which tied him with Jeff Sanday of South Pasadena. Chris Tidland, a Valencia graduate who plays for Oklahoma State, is two shots behind, in a three-way tie for fourth. The final round is today at El Dorado Golf Course.
SPORTS
August 7, 1991
Richard Son of Fullerton shot par 70 in the first round of the 15-18 division in the Ben Hogan Boys' Junior Championship at Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Tex. Hank Kuehne of Dallas and Patrick Vadden of Louisville were tied for the lead at 68. Dan Dalton of Huntington Beach shot 75, Scott Richardson of Laguna Niguel had 76 and Paul Hinkle of Costa Mesa had 79. In the 13-14 division, Robert Son of Fullerton shot 71 and is three strokes behind leader Jeff Fahrenbruch of Plano, Tex.
SPORTS
July 17, 2002 | Jay Christensen
at Indiana, 5 PDT Site--Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis. Radio--KPLS (830). Records--Sparks 15-3; Fever 8-11. Record vs. Fever (2001)--1-0. Update--The Sparks pick up where they left off at the All-Star break--on the road. It is the third game of a five-game trip, with L.A. splitting the first two games. The trip will end with games Thursday at New York and Saturday at Cleveland. The Fever has Southern California connections in Olympia Scott-Richardson and Jackie Moore.
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April 6, 1990 | JOHN ORTEGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was difficult to tell who breathed a bigger sigh of relief, second baseman Scott Richardson or pitcher Vale Lopez, after Cal State Northridge had defeated Cal Poly Pomona, 4-3, in a 10-inning California Collegiate Athletic Assn. game at Matador Field on Thursday. A pair of errors by Richardson had helped Pomona tie the score, 3-3, in the eighth inning, and Lopez had thrown 146 pitches in the first 10 innings and was ready to raise that total in the 11th if needed.
SPORTS
March 24, 1990 | MARTIN BECK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's no wonder Scott Richardson is one of the best young golfers in Southern California. His heritage seems to demand it. --His grandfather, John, who died in 1988, won the U.S. senior national championship in 1987. --His father, Kemp, a former USC All-American, played in the San Diego Open as an amateur last month. And Scott Richardson has kept up well with his elders. Last summer, he finished second in the 13-14 age group at a world junior championship event in San Diego.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 1986 | KENNETH HERMAN
Crawfish Pie is your basic bluegrass band, with one minor exception: Its repertoire includes Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, the William Tell Overture, and avant-garde guru John Cage's iconoclastic "Four Minutes, 33 Seconds." Mixing the earthy twang of bluegrass with the sophisticated textures of orchestral standards is the brainchild of Scott Richardson. Guitarist, mandolin virtuoso, and sometime impresario, the 25-year-old San Diego State University music major is the mainspring of Crawfish Pie.
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September 16, 2004 | Kelsie Smith, Times Staff Writer
Stacey Lovelace-Tolbert was like many first-time moms. She wanted to do what was best for her baby. So when she had her daughter, Ryann, in August 2003, she decided to breastfeed for a year. But her plans changed when she was called to training camp with the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx this spring. With her husband playing basketball overseas, Lovelace-Tolbert brought her mom to camp to help with Ryann. Not even two weeks later, though, Lovelace-Tolbert found herself shopping for formula.
SPORTS
July 5, 1994
Chris Tidland, a former Valencia High School standout, shot a final-round 70 to finish second at the Long Beach Men's City golf championship Monday at El Dorado Golf Course. Jeff Sanday of South Pasadena won the tournament by shooting a two-under-par 70 on the 6,474 course. He had a three-day total of 209. Tidland, who plays at Oklahoma State, finished at 211.
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