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May 15, 1998 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Stephanie Carew climbs into the batter's box, her father, Angel batting coach Rod Carew, can't help but grin. She'll fiddle with her uniform and paw at the dirt before she focuses on the pitcher. Just like Dad. "I noticed that she had the same mannerisms as me," Rod Carew said, "but I couldn't understand how that happened." During Rod Carew's playing career with the Angels, Stephanie would come to Anaheim Stadium but wouldn't watch the games.
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May 15, 1998 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Stephanie Carew climbs into the batter's box, her father, Angel batting coach Rod Carew, can't help but grin. She'll fiddle with her uniform and paw at the dirt before she focuses on the pitcher. Just like Dad. "I noticed that she had the same mannerisms as me," Rod Carew said, "but I couldn't understand how that happened." During Rod Carew's playing career with the Angels, Stephanie would come to Anaheim Stadium but wouldn't watch the games.
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June 29, 1993 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Baseball is filled with fathers and sons, with boys growing up in clubhouses, playing catch with their dads, chasing balls during batting practice. Alomar. Bonds. Griffey. It's one of the perks of being the child of a professional ballplayer. Rod Carew batted .328 over 19 years and is enshrined in Cooperstown. He had daughters. Three of them. They were not given the same access to major league stadiums when their dad was playing in Minnesota and Anaheim.
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June 29, 1993 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Baseball is filled with fathers and sons, with boys growing up in clubhouses, playing catch with their dads, chasing balls during batting practice. Alomar. Bonds. Griffey. It's one of the perks of being the child of a professional ballplayer. Rod Carew batted .328 over 19 years and is enshrined in Cooperstown. He had daughters. Three of them. They were not given the same access to major league stadiums when their dad was playing in Minnesota and Anaheim.
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March 25, 1999
Christy Ledford pitched a perfect game and Stephanie Carew hit for the cycle as Chapman defeated Grinnell (Iowa), 13-0, in a five-inning Sun West softball tournament game Wednesday at El Camino Park in Orange. Chapman (22-1) also defeated Southern California College, 1-0, and Pacific (Ore.), 3-2.
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March 10, 1999
Josh Giles had 22 points and Joel Burgess had 21 Tuesday to lead Concordia to an 85-68 victory over Westmont in the Golden State Athletic Conference men's basketball tournament championship at Whittier College. With the victory, Concordia advanced to the NAIA tournament in Tulsa, Okla. Harald Hofmann and Matt Sebastian each had 15 points for Concordia (20-15), which led, 43-37, at the half. The Eagles made 18 of 23 free-throw attempts and grabbed 37 rebounds.
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March 1, 1999
Alabama posted a pair of one-run baseball victories over Cal State Fullerton Sunday in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama held on for a 5-4 victory in the first game, which was continued after it was suspended in the seventh inning Saturday because of rain. Then Alabama's Kelly Gulledge hit a two-run single in the bottom of the ninth off Fullerton reliever Kirk Saarloos to lift the Crimson Tide to a 7-6 victory in the second game. David Bacani hit a home run in the second game for Fullerton (10-5).
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March 18, 1999
Cal State Fullerton got four runs in the fifth and 10 in the sixth to defeat Liberty, 14-0, in a game shortened by the mercy rule Wednesday at Cal State Fullerton on the opening night of the Kia Classic. Dara Marzolo and Chrissy Hartman each hit home runs in the 10-run inning. Marzolo's two-run homer made the score 8-0 and Hartman homered to center. Jana Oetgen (8-3) pitched a one-hitter for the Titans (14-9) and Leslie Inge took the loss for Liberty (11-12). Play resumes at 9 a.m. today.
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March 21, 1997 | MARTIN BECK
Even compared to standards set by her Hall of Fame father, Chapman softball player Stephanie Carew is on a remarkable hot streak. Carew, daughter of former Angel player and current batting coach Rod Carew, is batting .722 (13 for 18) with 22 runs batted in in Chapman's last six games. Tuesday, Carew was five for seven (single, double, triple and two home runs), with 10 RBIs in 12-0 and 13-1 victories over Colorado College. She is batting .524 for the season with a 1.
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May 14, 1998 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Southern California College advanced to the NAIA softball finals for only the second time in school history when the Vanguards won the West Regional tournament at SCC last weekend. SCC is seeded fourth for the NAIA finals in Broken Arrow, Okla., and plays Western Washington in a first-round game at 11 a.m. Tuesday. If SCC wins, it will likely meet four-time defending national champion Oklahoma City on Wednesday. The tournament concludes next Friday.
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March 21, 1998
Cal State Fullerton's Jana Oetgen, facing her former teammates, pitched a no-hitter as the Titans upset fourth-ranked Oklahoma State, 1-0, in the Kia Klassic softball tournament at Cal State Fullerton. Oetgen, a junior, one of four transfers from Oklahoma State on the team, struck out five in the pool-play victory for the Titans (14-13). First baseman Stacy Pierson drove in left fielder Wendi Griffin in the bottom of the fourth for the Titans.
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March 28, 1997
Chapman's softball team hasn't been tested much this season, because the Panthers overwhelm most NCAA Division III opponents. But Chapman's last four games have presented more of a challenge, one that the Panthers have met by winning three. Tuesday against Wisconsin Stevens Point, a team Chapman beat in the national tournament in 1996, the Panthers won, 2-1 and 7-6.
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