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June 3, 1994 | ARA NAJARIAN
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is leaving Division II for Division I under a cloud. The school filed its internal investigative report regarding rules violations in the baseball program with the NCAA last week. The report--which can either be accepted or lead to further investigation by the NCAA--describes improper financial aid by Coach Steve McFarland to several players to help pay housing and registration fees over a three-year period.
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June 3, 1994 | ARA NAJARIAN
Cal Poly San Luis Obispo is leaving Division II for Division I under a cloud. The school filed its internal investigative report regarding rules violations in the baseball program with the NCAA last week. The report--which can either be accepted or lead to further investigation by the NCAA--describes improper financial aid by Coach Steve McFarland to several players to help pay housing and registration fees over a three-year period.
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February 24, 1995 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Greg Louganis hit his head on the diving board and spilled his blood into the pool at the 1988 Olympic Games, did he have an obligation to disclose to doctors who treated him and to other athletes using the pool that he was HIV-positive?
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March 19, 1988 | GARY KLEIN
The Cal State Northridge baseball team will attempt to gain momentum in the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. race when the Matadors play host to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in single games today and Sunday. Northridge (9-18 overall, 1-1 in conference play) is coming off a 3-2 win over Chapman on Tuesday. Cary Snyder (2-2, 6.34 earned-run average) will start for the Matadors today. Outfielder Lenn Gilmore, who is batting .306, leads the conference in home runs (7) and runs batted in (30).
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January 20, 1995 | MIKE HISERMAN
The NCAA on Thursday accepted Cal Poly San Luis Obispo's self-imposed penalties for rules violations in its baseball program, which has been ruled ineligible for postseason play this season. Cal Poly moves to Division I this baseball season, joining Cal State Northridge in the Western Athletic Conference's West Division. Cal Poly agreed to forfeit its 1989 Division II national championship as well as its second-place award in 1993 and third-place award in 1992.
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May 15, 1989 | KEVIN BAXTER, Times Staff Writer
The Cal State Northridge baseball season ended with a late-night phone call Sunday when the Matadors learned that they will not be invited to the NCAA Division II West Regionals. Northridge (30-19-1) was passed over in favor of San Francisco State (30-20), the Northern California Athletic Conference champion. Cal Poly San Luis Obispo (30-23), which edged CSUN for the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. championship and the CCAA's automatic playoff bid, and Cal State Sacramento (35-17)
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March 31, 1988 | LARRY STEWART, Times Staff Writer
NBC, during a press conference in New York beamed by satellite to 14 other cities, Wednesday announced its studio-host and broadcast assignments for this summer's Olympic Games at Seoul, South Korea. The Games will be held Sept. 17 through Oct. 2. Bob Costas, as expected, will be the host of the late-night coverage, which will run, live, from 9:30 to 11:30 on the West Coast.
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June 24, 1996 | Associated Press
David Pichler always thought his toughest test would be trying to qualify for the Olympics. He never imagined his life leading to the trials at Indianapolis would be rife with what he called harassment, intimidation, assault and "sheer hell," and that the diving would be the easy part.
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May 14, 1992
Two of the top players in Cal State Dominguez Hills soccer history have been named assistant coaches at the school. Dominguez Hills Coach Marine Cano has named Joe Flanagan as a men's assistant and Kristi White as a women's assistant. Both Flanagan and White completed their playing careers at Dominguez Hills in 1989. Flanagan, who also played at West Torrance High, holds Dominguez Hills career records for goals with 38 and points with 89.
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April 8, 1989 | GARY KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
Cal State Northridge hitters played a version of follow the leader Friday afternoon during a California Collegiate Athletic Assn. baseball game against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Held in check for the first three innings by Mustang starter Keith Chura, Northridge's Ted Weisfuss led off the fourth with a home run, which was followed by a Craig Clayton double, a home run by Chae-Ho Chong and consecutive singles by Rusty McLain and J.D. Haendiges.
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April 9, 1989 | JIM COLEMAN
Even Robert Wheatcroft's biggest fans were not ready for the outing he had Saturday at Matador Field. Wheatcroft's rooting section began taping a black "K" to the bleacher guard rail for each strikeout the Cal State Northridge right-hander registered against Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Wheatcroft's backers brought eight of the cutout K's to the game, figuring that was more than enough. But by the 11th inning, they were digging into their programs to manufacture some new white ones to keep pace with the Matador hurler.
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