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April 13, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Infielder Adam Bedrossian, a junior at Alemany, has committed to Seattle University.   Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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April 13, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Infielder Adam Bedrossian, a junior at Alemany, has committed to Seattle University.   Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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SPORTS
June 12, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Al Brightman, 68, who coached Seattle University to national prominence in basketball from 1949 to 1956, died in Seattle after a two-year bout with liver cancer.
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August 19, 2013 | By Rick Rojas
SEATTLE - Lying in an open pit near the heart of the city, the cylindrical mass of machinery looked like a spacecraft that had crash-landed. Or, as one architect described it, a dry-docked ocean liner. Or a skyscraper on its side. One person thought it resembled a giant coffin. But it was "Bertha," a 7,000-ton, 326-foot-long and 57-foot-tall drilling device, which is playing a central role in a project that will redefine Seattle's waterfront - and perhaps the city itself. The drill has embarked on a project to bore a 2-mile tunnel beneath the city's downtown and replace an unsightly, 60-year-old double-decker highway that courses along the waterfront, separating the high-rises of downtown from the majestic panorama of the Puget Sound.
SPORTS
December 2, 1988 | From Associated Press
Mark Randall scored 31 points, and defending national champion Kansas turned back Seattle University, 98-65, in its home opener at Lawrence, Kan. Kansas (3-1) had a 42-31 halftime lead and broke open the game by outscoring the Chieftains, 19-6, at the start of the second half. Milt Newton added 17 points for Kansas, and Mike Maddux had 13. Eric Petersen scored 20 points for Seattle (0-7).
SPORTS
January 8, 1995 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Optimist or skeptic? Pete Cassidy, Cal State Northridge's basketball coach, had his choice of roles to play after the Matadors downed Seattle University, 88-75, in a nonconference game before 504 fans Saturday night. Given the choice, he picked a little of both. Moreover, he turned realist. "Well, we won," he said. And by 13 points, the same spread Seattle was beaten by UCLA-slayer Oregon earlier this season.
NATIONAL
August 19, 2013 | By Rick Rojas
SEATTLE - Lying in an open pit near the heart of the city, the cylindrical mass of machinery looked like a spacecraft that had crash-landed. Or, as one architect described it, a dry-docked ocean liner. Or a skyscraper on its side. One person thought it resembled a giant coffin. But it was "Bertha," a 7,000-ton, 326-foot-long and 57-foot-tall drilling device, which is playing a central role in a project that will redefine Seattle's waterfront - and perhaps the city itself. The drill has embarked on a project to bore a 2-mile tunnel beneath the city's downtown and replace an unsightly, 60-year-old double-decker highway that courses along the waterfront, separating the high-rises of downtown from the majestic panorama of the Puget Sound.
SPORTS
December 14, 2009 | Jerry Crowe
For Cameron Dollar, there was no time to blink. He and his UCLA teammates, guided by the steady, veteran hand of senior point guard Tyus Edney, had reached the championship game of the 1995 NCAA tournament. Edney's last-second, length-of-the-court dash against Missouri in the second round two weeks earlier had saved the Bruins' season. But less than three minutes into the Monday finale against Arkansas, Edney was headed toward the bench because of a wrist injury suffered in the semifinals.
BUSINESS
February 15, 2011 | Michael Hiltzik
The biggest mistake people make when talking about the outsourcing of U.S. jobs by U.S. companies is to treat it as a moral issue. Sure, it's immoral to abandon your loyal American workers in search of cheap labor overseas. But the real problem with outsourcing, if you don't think it through, is that it can wreck your business and cost you a bundle. Case in point: Boeing Co. and its 787 Dreamliner. The next-generation airliner is billions of dollars over budget and about three years late; the first paying passengers won't be boarding until this fall, if then.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 1996
* A Ventura High School graduate was awarded a Seattle University Presidential Scholarship and will attend the university in the fall. Theresa Nguyen of Ventura was among the 92 high school students who received the merit-based scholarships, which are equal to $10,500 per year for each of four consecutive years of undergraduate study. Seattle University, founded in 1891, is one of the nation's 28 Jesuit colleges and universities.
SPORTS
December 14, 2009 | Jerry Crowe
For Cameron Dollar, there was no time to blink. He and his UCLA teammates, guided by the steady, veteran hand of senior point guard Tyus Edney, had reached the championship game of the 1995 NCAA tournament. Edney's last-second, length-of-the-court dash against Missouri in the second round two weeks earlier had saved the Bruins' season. But less than three minutes into the Monday finale against Arkansas, Edney was headed toward the bench because of a wrist injury suffered in the semifinals.
SPORTS
January 8, 1995 | MIKE HISERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Optimist or skeptic? Pete Cassidy, Cal State Northridge's basketball coach, had his choice of roles to play after the Matadors downed Seattle University, 88-75, in a nonconference game before 504 fans Saturday night. Given the choice, he picked a little of both. Moreover, he turned realist. "Well, we won," he said. And by 13 points, the same spread Seattle was beaten by UCLA-slayer Oregon earlier this season.
SPORTS
June 12, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Al Brightman, 68, who coached Seattle University to national prominence in basketball from 1949 to 1956, died in Seattle after a two-year bout with liver cancer.
SPORTS
December 2, 1988 | From Associated Press
Mark Randall scored 31 points, and defending national champion Kansas turned back Seattle University, 98-65, in its home opener at Lawrence, Kan. Kansas (3-1) had a 42-31 halftime lead and broke open the game by outscoring the Chieftains, 19-6, at the start of the second half. Milt Newton added 17 points for Kansas, and Mike Maddux had 13. Eric Petersen scored 20 points for Seattle (0-7).
SPORTS
December 24, 1986
Kevin Bailey scored 23 points Tuesday night to lead Seattle University to a 116-69 victory over Christ College of Irvine in the semifinals of the Hawaii Loa Tournament. The Eagles, who were led by Mike Thompson's 14 points, will play today for third place.
SPORTS
December 23, 1986
Mark Lofink scored 17 points and had 8 rebounds, leading Christ College Irvine to a 70-53 victory over Dominican College in the first round of the Hawaii Loa Tournament Monday. Robert Pallotta and Victor Townes each had 16 points for the Eagles (7-3). Christ College meets Seattle University in a semifinal today.
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