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November 28, 1996 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Shelly Crockam thought her collegiate basketball days were over, too many forces pulling her away from the game. She was a 30-year-old Air Force veteran. She had a husband and three children. She was more interested in textbooks than playbooks. "When I came here, I had no intention of playing basketball at all," Crockam said, sitting in a conference room at Cal State Northridge. Was she in for a surprise. Two nights ago, at the Pyramid in Long Beach, Crockam played college hoops again.
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November 28, 1996 | FERNANDO DOMINGUEZ
Shelly Crockam thought her collegiate basketball days were over, too many forces pulling her away from the game. She was a 30-year-old Air Force veteran. She had a husband and three children. She was more interested in textbooks than playbooks. "When I came here, I had no intention of playing basketball at all," Crockam said, sitting in a conference room at Cal State Northridge. Was she in for a surprise. Two nights ago, at the Pyramid in Long Beach, Crockam played college hoops again.
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November 8, 1995 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For those who thought Ventura College had a great women's basketball team last season, look out. Sixth-year Coach Ned Mircetic says the Pirates are going to be even better in 1995-96. That may seem difficult considering Ventura ended the season with a 28-3 record after losing to Orange Coast College in the semifinals of the State tournament. "This year we have explosive quickness," Mircetic said. "We're not only faster than last year, we pass the ball better and we rebound better."
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