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August 16, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN
vs. New Orleans Storm * 5 p.m. Site--Mission Viejo High Records--Zodiac, 14-9, Storm 12-10 Record vs. Storm--0-0 Update--The Zodiac clinched a playoff berth with a 4-2 victory Friday night over San Francisco Bay. Steve Patterson (24 points) passed Eddie Soto as the Zodiac's scoring leader with his ninth goal of the season. He has a four-game scoring streak.
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July 30, 2004 | From Associated Press
Steve Patterson, a center on three UCLA national championship basketball teams and former Arizona State coach, has died from lung cancer. He was 56. Patterson's family said he died Wednesday at his Phoenix home. He had been undergoing radiation treatment after being diagnosed with cancer June 30. "We so appreciate all of the kindnesses extended to Steve, me and the family during this time of struggle," his wife, Carlette, said in a statement posted on his Web page.
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July 30, 2004 | From Associated Press
Steve Patterson, a center on three UCLA national championship basketball teams and former Arizona State coach, has died from lung cancer. He was 56. Patterson's family said he died Wednesday at his Phoenix home. He had been undergoing radiation treatment after being diagnosed with cancer June 30. "We so appreciate all of the kindnesses extended to Steve, me and the family during this time of struggle," his wife, Carlette, said in a statement posted on his Web page.
SPORTS
July 14, 2003
'Bring me an offer.' Steve Patterson, Portland Trail Blazer president, on whether the team is entertaining trade talk after point guard Damon Stoudamire's most recent marijuana arrest
SPORTS
July 14, 2003
'Bring me an offer.' Steve Patterson, Portland Trail Blazer president, on whether the team is entertaining trade talk after point guard Damon Stoudamire's most recent marijuana arrest
SPORTS
October 9, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Hakeem Olajuwon and owner Charlie Thomas of the Houston Rockets shook hands, then traded verbal blows with Olajuwon calling Thomas a coward and Thomas saying he wasn't trying to build a personal relationship with his unhappy center. The feud has been simmering since March when Olajuwon demanded an apology and a trade after he was suspended by General Manager Steve Patterson for refusing to dress after being given doctor's clearance to play. Olajuwon said he had a hamstring injury.
SPORTS
August 21, 1999
Steve Patterson scored three goals as the Zodiac defeated the Vancouver 86ers, 3-2, in A-League soccer Friday in front of 5,104 at Swangard Stadium in Vancouver, B.C. The loss ended a five-game winning streak for the 86ers. Patterson scored the winning goal in the 55th minute, knocking in a cross from Jason Boyce. Martin Vasquez assisted on Patterson's first two goals.
SPORTS
August 2, 1999
Steve Patterson scored two goals to help the Zodiac defeat Milwaukee, 3-0, in an A-League soccer game Sunday in Milwaukee. Eddie Soto also scored a goal for Orange County. Patterson scored in the second and 82nd minute on similar plays for the Zodiac (12-8). Martin Vasquez set up both goals with passes from the midfield to Patterson, who took the ball in the penalty area, dribbled in, then beat Milwaukee goalkeeper Dan Green with shots to the lower left corner. Milwaukee is 9-10.
SPORTS
May 2, 1998
Eddie Soto scored two goals as the Zodiac beat the Cincinnati Riverhawks, 5-1, in an A-League soccer game Friday at UC Irvine. Soto's first goal came on a disputed play in the 71st minute when goalkeeper Chris Wanamaker slid to intercept a pass in the corner of the penalty box. Wanamaker stopped the ball on the line, throwing his body outside the box to avoid a penalty. Soto took the ball and scored in the open net. The referee indicated a goal as the Cincinnati defense argued the call.
SPORTS
August 21, 1999
Steve Patterson scored three goals as the Zodiac defeated the Vancouver 86ers, 3-2, in A-League soccer Friday in front of 5,104 at Swangard Stadium in Vancouver, B.C. The loss ended a five-game winning streak for the 86ers. Patterson scored the winning goal in the 55th minute, knocking in a cross from Jason Boyce. Martin Vasquez assisted on Patterson's first two goals.
SPORTS
August 2, 1999
Steve Patterson scored two goals to help the Zodiac defeat Milwaukee, 3-0, in an A-League soccer game Sunday in Milwaukee. Eddie Soto also scored a goal for Orange County. Patterson scored in the second and 82nd minute on similar plays for the Zodiac (12-8). Martin Vasquez set up both goals with passes from the midfield to Patterson, who took the ball in the penalty area, dribbled in, then beat Milwaukee goalkeeper Dan Green with shots to the lower left corner. Milwaukee is 9-10.
SPORTS
May 30, 1999 | MARTIN HENDERSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After giving up 11 goals in its last three games, the Zodiac's primary focus on Saturday was its defense. Now, if it can only fix the offense. The U.S. Pro-40, a collection of Major League Soccer developmental players, scored a 2-1 A-League victory at Santa Ana Stadium in front of an announced crowd of 958. The Zodiac gave up two goals, both by David Hayes, in the 49th and 55th minutes. Pro-40 (7-4) remained atop the Central Division.
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May 8, 1999 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Zodiac has been living up to its pledge of playing a more exciting brand of soccer. But Friday night, there was a little too much excitement and not much defense as the Zodiac blew a two-goal lead in the second half and fell to the Indiana Blast, 6-4, before an announced crowd of 857 at Santa Ana Stadium. The loss was even more devastating because it came against Indiana (2-2), a Division 3 team last year, and probably knocked the Zodiac (3-3) out of contention for a U.S. Open Cup berth.
SPORTS
August 16, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN
vs. New Orleans Storm * 5 p.m. Site--Mission Viejo High Records--Zodiac, 14-9, Storm 12-10 Record vs. Storm--0-0 Update--The Zodiac clinched a playoff berth with a 4-2 victory Friday night over San Francisco Bay. Steve Patterson (24 points) passed Eddie Soto as the Zodiac's scoring leader with his ninth goal of the season. He has a four-game scoring streak.
SPORTS
August 7, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN
As much soccer as Zodiac forward Steve Patterson has played, he knew he'd eventually go through a scoring slump. But Patterson didn't prepare for what came next--a benching. "It's hard when you go from playing in the MLS to a farm league, then all of a sudden you're benched," Patterson said. "I knew I was slumping. But I started playing better, and then the coach took me out." The coach, Mike Gartlan, said he hated removing Patterson from his lineup but he had good cause.
SPORTS
May 2, 1998
Eddie Soto scored two goals as the Zodiac beat the Cincinnati Riverhawks, 5-1, in an A-League soccer game Friday at UC Irvine. Soto's first goal came on a disputed play in the 71st minute when goalkeeper Chris Wanamaker slid to intercept a pass in the corner of the penalty box. Wanamaker stopped the ball on the line, throwing his body outside the box to avoid a penalty. Soto took the ball and scored in the open net. The referee indicated a goal as the Cincinnati defense argued the call.
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