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May 30, 1996 | MARK STRODER
Stacey Nuveman, a senior shortstop at Glendora St. Lucy's, batted .458 with 19 runs batted in, 25 runs scored and had a .604 on-base percentage, leading the Regents to the Southern Section Division III softball semifinals. Nuveman, who will attend UCLA, was a four-year starter in both softball and basketball.
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June 5, 2012 | Bill Dwyre
The rain drizzled and the air chilled on that dreary night of Aug. 21, 2008, in Beijing. It was the end of something that had had such a nice beginning. It was a night when sadness was understandable, even while a group of Japanese women deliriously celebrated what they had just achieved. Through the mist and gloom, Don Porter saw the glass half full, as usual. In sports significance and popularity, what happened on this Olympian night didn't even make the scale of 1 to 10. This wasn't about a dream team, just a dream.
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May 24, 2001 | ERIC STEPHENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is easy to focus on the home runs when you talk about Stacey Nuveman. In one sense, they define who she is and what she may one day become. The best softball hitter on the planet. "Just look at her numbers," UCLA Coach Sue Enquist says of her standout catcher. The figures are staggering. With another year of college eligibility remaining, Nuveman already has 70 homers, 235 runs batted in and is within striking range of setting all-time NCAA records for both.
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May 24, 2001 | ERIC STEPHENS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is easy to focus on the home runs when you talk about Stacey Nuveman. In one sense, they define who she is and what she may one day become. The best softball hitter on the planet. "Just look at her numbers," UCLA Coach Sue Enquist says of her standout catcher. The figures are staggering. With another year of college eligibility remaining, Nuveman already has 70 homers, 235 runs batted in and is within striking range of setting all-time NCAA records for both.
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May 9, 1999 | DIANE PUCIN
There's no getting around it. Stacey Nuveman is 6 feet tall, weighs about 225 pounds and hits home runs. Lots of home runs. Home runs that travel in a rising arc of majesty and strength, home runs that travel over the scoreboard at UCLA's Easton Field, home runs that rise above the treetops. The sophomore has 27 home runs this season, nine more than anybody else in the NCAA. The UCLA home run record for a career had been 30. In less than two seasons, Nuveman already has 47.
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June 5, 2012 | Bill Dwyre
The rain drizzled and the air chilled on that dreary night of Aug. 21, 2008, in Beijing. It was the end of something that had had such a nice beginning. It was a night when sadness was understandable, even while a group of Japanese women deliriously celebrated what they had just achieved. Through the mist and gloom, Don Porter saw the glass half full, as usual. In sports significance and popularity, what happened on this Olympian night didn't even make the scale of 1 to 10. This wasn't about a dream team, just a dream.
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August 19, 2001 | Martin Henderson and \f7
Stacey Nuveman of UCLA and Adriana Garcia of Arizona Western College have been honored as National Fastpitch Coaches Assn. Diamond Sports catchers of the year. Nuveman was selected as the top Division I catcher, while Garcia was chosen as the top Division I community college catcher. Nuveman, a junior from La Verne, batted .440 with 19 home runs and 73 RBIs to lead UCLA to a runner-up finish in the women's College World Series. Garcia, from Jurupa Valley High, hit .
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May 19, 1997 | Times Staff Report
The UCLA softball team advanced to the College World Series with 3-0 and 9-0 victories over Southwestern Louisiana on the final day of regional competition at Lafayette, La. Freshman pitcher Christa Williams went the distance for a victory in the first game and got the save in the second. She was aided in the first victory by seven extra-base hits, including two home runs by freshman Stacey Nuveman.
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May 5, 2002
UCLA catcher Stacey Nuveman set the NCAA softball record for home runs when she hit a solo drive Saturday in a 10-1 Pacific 10 Conference victory over Oregon State at Corvallis, Ore. It was the 86th in her career. Nuveman, a 6-foot senior from La Verne, has 16 homers this season and moved past Arizona All-Americans Leah Braatz and Laura Espinoza, who had 85.
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August 11, 2008 | Kevin Baxter
Softball may one day return to the Olympics, but Laura Berg won't. The only four-time U.S. Olympian in the sport, Berg is retiring from the national team after Beijing. What's undecided, however, is how she'll go out. "People keep telling me I have to leave my cleats at the ball field," said Berg, who was chosen to carry the flag during the closing ceremony of the Pan American Games last summer. "So I might do it."
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May 9, 1999 | DIANE PUCIN
There's no getting around it. Stacey Nuveman is 6 feet tall, weighs about 225 pounds and hits home runs. Lots of home runs. Home runs that travel in a rising arc of majesty and strength, home runs that travel over the scoreboard at UCLA's Easton Field, home runs that rise above the treetops. The sophomore has 27 home runs this season, nine more than anybody else in the NCAA. The UCLA home run record for a career had been 30. In less than two seasons, Nuveman already has 47.
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May 30, 1996 | MARK STRODER
Stacey Nuveman, a senior shortstop at Glendora St. Lucy's, batted .458 with 19 runs batted in, 25 runs scored and had a .604 on-base percentage, leading the Regents to the Southern Section Division III softball semifinals. Nuveman, who will attend UCLA, was a four-year starter in both softball and basketball.
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May 19, 1994
Defending Champion: Laguna Hills. Top Teams: Upland (22-0), Mission Hills Alemany (20-2), Irvine (17-9), Woodbridge (20-8). Dark Horse: Torrance (17-6).
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May 19, 2000 | ERIC STEPHENS, From Staff Reports
Powerful hitting. Dominant pitching. Those two UCLA traits have long concerned the Bruins' softball opponents. Now there is something else. Speed. The Bruins set a team and NCAA tournament record with 10 stolen bases to dismantle Canisius, 8-0, in a first-round NCAA regional game limited to five innings because of the eight-run mercy rule Thursday at Easton Stadium. Kansas held the previous mark for stolen bases with seven, set last season. UCLA (40-11-1) plays Long Beach State today at 12:30 p.
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