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March 3, 1989
The University of San Diego men's tennis team defeated Florida State, 5-1, Thursday in the first round of the Corpus Christi College team championships in Texas. David Stewart and Mark Farren led USD in singles. Stewart defeated Scott Shields, 6-2, 6-4, at No. 1 singles and Farren defeated Neil Krefsky, 6-2, 3-6, 7-5, at No. 2 singles. USD is 9-1.
December 13, 1999
Corey Dillon is the first Bengal back to have three consecutive 100-yard games since Pete Johnson in 1980. . . . The Bengals have won three in a row for the first time since 1997. . . . The Giants are 9-0 in December in two-plus seasons under Coach Jim Fassel. The St. Louis Rams became the first team in NFL history to go undefeated in their division a year after going winless in division play. . . . Troy Aikman's touchdown pass Sunday was his 153rd, tying Roger Staubach for No.
September 27, 1998 | From Wire Reports
Scott Shields kicked two field goals in the last three minutes and intercepted a pass by Brian Ah Yat with one second remaining to secure Weber State's 27-20 victory over Montana in a Big Sky Conference game Saturday night in Ogden, Utah. Morgan Welch rushed 36 times for 217 yards, including a 57-yard touchdown, for Weber State (4-0, 2-0 in conference play). Brian Gales had touchdown runs of 27 and two yards for Montana (2-2, 0-1).
September 3, 2000 | LON EUBANKS
Francisco Rodriguez, an 18-year-old right-hander with a mid-90s fastball, appears to be hitting top form with Lake Elsinore after elbow problems early in the season. Since coming off the disabled list, Rodriguez has given up only 43 hits and struck out 78 in 63 innings. He is 4-4 with a 2.86 earned-run average. Rodriguez gave up only two hits in seven innings Wednesday in Lake Elsinore's 3-0 victory over San Bernardino and the California League's top-rated pitcher, Carlos Garcia.
September 7, 1997
Scott Shields accounted for 17 of his team's 29 points as Weber State defeated Division II Western (Colo.) State, 29-13, Saturday night in the opener for both teams at Ogden, Utah. Shields, a junior free safety who also kicks and punts, had two interceptions, returning one for an 18-yard touchdown. He kicked three field goals and averaged 44.2 yards per punt. Northern Arizona 33, St. Cloud (Minn.
December 13, 1999 | From Associated Press
Ten years of frustration in Pittsburgh for Art Modell's team ended with 10 terrific minutes by Qadry Ismail. Tony Banks shook off an awful first half to connect with Ismail on three long touchdown pass plays in the third quarter and the Baltimore Ravens finally won at Three Rivers Stadium, 31-24, Sunday. "He had a monster third quarter," said Banks, who threw for 268 yards despite going three for 17 in the first half and eight for 26 overall.
November 15, 1998 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Brian Ah Yat passed for 261 yards and two touchdowns Saturday, and Montana did its part to set up a dramatic final weekend in the Big Sky Conference by defeating Cal State Sacramento, 31-16, at Sacramento. Montana (7-3, 5-2 in conference play) is tied for the conference lead with Cal State Northridge and Montana State. Montana State plays at Montana and Northridge visits last-place Idaho State next Saturday.
Fee increases and budget cuts at California's public universities constitute "the breakdown of a covenant" between generations, gubernatorial candidate and state Sen. Tom Hayden (D-Santa Monica) told an audience at UC Irvine Thursday. He likened the University of California system to the Roman Empire, which he said was laced with privileged groups and "disintegrated of its own weight." The candidate said the state is "underfunding the schools in order to pay for 'Three Strikes You're Out.'
April 18, 1999
*--* No. Team Player P 32. Cleveland Kevin Johnson WR 33. Cincinnati Charles Fisher DB 34. Carolina (from Indianapolis) Chris Terry OT 35. Philadelphia Barry Gardner LB 36. Indianapolis (from St. Louis) Mike Peterson LB 37. Washington (from Chicago) Jon Jansen OT 38. Carolina Mike Rucker DE 39. Miami (from Detroit) James Johnson RB 40. Oakland (from Wash. via Chicago) Tony Bryant DE 41. St. Louis (from New Orleans) Dre' Bly DB 42. Atlanta (from Baltimore) Reginald Kelly TE 43.
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