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October 11, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All you cross-country runners who beat Steve Frisone in high school, don't look back now. Frisone is probably gaining on you. Frisone, a 19-year-old sophomore at Cal State Fullerton, is excelling at an age when some distance runners are burning out. In 1985, the 5-foot, 98-pound freshman at Laguna Hills High School would have described a 10-mile run as "torture." Now the 5-11, 150-pounder has no problem covering 70 miles a week.
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October 11, 1990 | MIKE DiGIOVANNA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
All you cross-country runners who beat Steve Frisone in high school, don't look back now. Frisone is probably gaining on you. Frisone, a 19-year-old sophomore at Cal State Fullerton, is excelling at an age when some distance runners are burning out. In 1985, the 5-foot, 98-pound freshman at Laguna Hills High School would have described a 10-mile run as "torture." Now the 5-11, 150-pounder has no problem covering 70 miles a week.
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November 4, 1988
Kelly Flathers of Mater Dei High School won the Angelus League girls' cross-country final and led the Monarchs to the league title Thursday at Otterbein Park in La Puente. Flathers, who also won the race last season, ran the hilly 3-mile course in 19 minutes 21 seconds. Mater Dei had 20 points. The Mater Dei boys' team had 7 runners in the top 10 to win the league title with ease. Mater Dei finished with 20 points. Dennis Looney of St.
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April 9, 1988 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
About 980 athletes from 28 Southern Section schools will compete at the Dana Hills Invitational track and field meet, which will begin at 9 today at Dana Hills High School. The meet, in its fourth year, mostly features schools in the Southern Section's 1-A and Small Schools divisions. Several area 2-A schools also will compete. Leading the teams are defending boys' meet champion Elsinore, defending girls' champion Western Christian, Brethren, Yucaipa, Marshall and Serrano.
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November 2, 1991
Traci Goodrich, UC Irvine's top runner in three of four meets this season, will miss today's Big West Conference cross-country championships at New Mexico State because of a sprained left knee, the school announced Friday. Goodrich, a sophomore, sustained the injury during a light workout Thursday and did not accompany the team to Las Cruces, N.M. Goodrich finished fourth in last year's conference meet.
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October 18, 1992
Steve Gill, Marc Hunt and Mark Stevenson each scored two goals as UC Irvine beat Pepperdine, 9-4, in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation water polo match Saturday at Heritage Park in Irvine. It was the seventh consecutive victory for Irvine (10-6, 6-1 in conference), which is ranked fifth in the nation. Pepperdine (10-6, 4-1) is ranked fourth. Irvine led, 4-3, at the half but outscored Pepperdine, 3-0, in the third quarter to pull away.
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September 9, 1990
The Cal State Fullerton cross-country team won the men's university division and finished fourth in the women's university division at the Titans' cross-country invitational Saturday at Carbon Canyon Park in Brea. UCLA won the women's division. Fullerton's men were led by Steve Frisone, who finished fourth on the eight-kilometer course with a time of 25 minutes 43 seconds, Ray Tujillo (5th, 25:59) and Mike Richardson (6th, 26:02). Shannon Winkleman of UC Riverside was first (25:22).
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November 17, 1991
A fifth-place finish in Saturday's NCAA Region 8 Championships in Fresno ended the season for UC Irvine's 11th-ranked women's cross-country team. Champion Oregon and runner-up Arizona earned automatic invitations to the NCAA Championships Nov. 25 in Tucson, Ariz. Third-place Washington is a likely at-large selection. UCLA was fourth. Anteater junior Rayna Cervantes was eighth, completing the 5,000-meter Woodward Park course in 17:21 and qualifying as an individual for the championships.
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September 10, 1988 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
An estimated 3,000 athletes from more than 100 schools will compete in the Woodbridge Invitational cross-country meet today at Woodbridge High School. The meet, the largest of its kind in Orange County, will feature many of the top-ranked boys' and girls' teams in the Southern Section, including defending state champions Arroyo (boys) and Newport Harbor (girls).
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