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November 25, 1992
Sean Williams scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds Thursday night to lead Cal State Fullerton to an 81-70 exhibition basketball victory at Fullerton over Melbourne, a touring Australian team. Andrew Gaze, former Seton Hall player, scored 27 points for Melbourne. Melbourne had the lead late in the game, but the Titans went ahead in the closing minutes and then scored the game's final eight points.
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November 25, 1992
Sean Williams scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds Thursday night to lead Cal State Fullerton to an 81-70 exhibition basketball victory at Fullerton over Melbourne, a touring Australian team. Andrew Gaze, former Seton Hall player, scored 27 points for Melbourne. Melbourne had the lead late in the game, but the Titans went ahead in the closing minutes and then scored the game's final eight points.
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February 16, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the first month of the season, Sean Williams was a rather large decoy in the Cal State Fullerton offense. The 6-foot-10 junior would look good posting up defenders. He'd get good position and looked great calling for the ball--that right hand high in the air, nasty scowl on his face. You could tell he really wanted the ball. Trouble was, his teammates rarely passed it to him.
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March 12, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was easy money for a 13-year-old. Sean Williams said he would hang around street corners near the East Baltimore projects he called home. The local drug dealers would swing by and give him drugs or cash. All Williams had to do was hold the goods for a while. It's a common practice in the inner-city drug trade. Few cops suspect kids of dealing, so the dealers have the youngsters hold their money or merchandise until the heat is off. The kids are known as "runners."
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March 12, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was easy money for a 13-year-old. Sean Williams said he would hang around street corners near the East Baltimore projects he called home. The local drug dealers would swing by and give him drugs or cash. All Williams had to do was hold the goods for a while. It's a common practice in the inner-city drug trade. Few cops suspect kids of dealing, so the dealers have the youngsters hold their money or merchandise until the heat is off. The kids are known as "runners."
BOOKS
January 31, 1988 | Eve Lichtgarn, Formerly the book review editor of the UCLA Daily Bruin, Lichtgarn is currently obtaining a law degree. and
The Vietnam War veteran has been reduced to a veritable stereotype in recent literature and cinema. The typical vet is depicted as an outcast who can't enter the mainstream of an America that is embarrassed by and ungrateful for the services he rendered. At worst, the veteran is categorized within a narrow, negative band of social misfits which doesn't extend beyond bitter addicts, dangerous mercenaries or deranged killers.
SPORTS
November 14, 1987 | Mike Yeaman
San Fernando 8, Kennedy 7 KEY PLAYS Joe Mauldin completed a pass to Danny Leos for a successful 2-point conversion with 5:46 to play to give San Fernando the victory. Mauldin and Leos had combined on a 10-yard touchdown pass. The 5-play, 80-yard drive also included a 72-yard pass from Mauldin to Sean Williams. . . . Kennedy's last scoring chance ended when Williams intercepted Darryeon Taylor's pass at the 50-yard line with 2:22 to play. . . .
SPORTS
November 25, 1992
In exhibition men's basketball Cal State Fullerton 81, Melbourne 70--Sean Williams scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead the Titans to an exhibition victory over Melbourne--an Australian team that is touring against American colleges. Playing for Melbourne was Andrew Gaze, former Seton Hall forward. Gaze led Melbourne in scoring with 27 points. Melbourne led late in the contest, but after regaining the lead, Fullerton scored the game's final eight points.
SPORTS
February 2, 1989
Sean Williams, a wide receiver and punt returner from San Fernando High, has verbally committed to Utah, and Burbank lineman John Cotti said that he will sign with Cal State Fullerton on Wednesday, the first day high school seniors can sign national letters of intent. Williams, (5-foot-10, 155 pounds), caught 43 passes for 770 yards and scored 10 touchdowns last season. Cotti was an All-Foothill League selection on offense and defense.
SPORTS
February 16, 1992 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the first month of the season, Sean Williams was a rather large decoy in the Cal State Fullerton offense. The 6-foot-10 junior would look good posting up defenders. He'd get good position and looked great calling for the ball--that right hand high in the air, nasty scowl on his face. You could tell he really wanted the ball. Trouble was, his teammates rarely passed it to him.
BOOKS
January 31, 1988 | Eve Lichtgarn, Formerly the book review editor of the UCLA Daily Bruin, Lichtgarn is currently obtaining a law degree. and
The Vietnam War veteran has been reduced to a veritable stereotype in recent literature and cinema. The typical vet is depicted as an outcast who can't enter the mainstream of an America that is embarrassed by and ungrateful for the services he rendered. At worst, the veteran is categorized within a narrow, negative band of social misfits which doesn't extend beyond bitter addicts, dangerous mercenaries or deranged killers.
SPORTS
November 21, 1992
The Cal State Fullerton basketball team, under first-year Coach Brad Holland, will play the Fellowship of Christian Athletes tonight at 7:30 in an exhibition at Titan Gym. Fullerton returns three starters--center Sean Williams, forward Bruce Bowen and point guard Aaron Sunderland--from a team that went 12-16 last season. Kim Kemp, the first front-court player off the bench in 1991-92, and off-guard Don Leary, a transfer from Mt. San Jacinto College, will fill out the starting lineup.
SPORTS
November 21, 1992 | TIM PERERA
Dominguez 38, Saugus 33--Receiver Scott Cloman caught a 43-yard Hail Mary pass in the end zone as time expired to lift Dominguez (9-2) to a surprise victory at Canyon High. Trailing, 32-25, Saugus (7-3-1) pulled within a point on Chris Johnson's one-yard touchdown run with 40 seconds to play. Quarterback Bobby Cowan then hit Bobby Rodriguez for a two-point conversion to give Saugus the one-point lead.
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