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July 10, 1992 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The coach coaches part time and has a full-time job as a waiter. The leading scorer would eat pizza at every meal if it were possible and beyond that is "really a little strange." The first opponent is universally conceded to have the world's best young players. So what are the chances that the U.S. soccer team will contend for a medal in the Summer Olympics?
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July 27, 1992 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lothar Osiander, U.S. Olympic soccer coach, got his apology from Steve Snow and decided to put the disgruntled star into the starting lineup for tonight's game against Kuwait. Snow, the team's leading scorer, did not play in the opening U.S. loss against Italy. Osiander said he intended to put the high-scoring Snow into the game, but used both his substitutions to replace injured players. Snow, from Schaumburg, Ill.
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July 27, 1992 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lothar Osiander, U.S. Olympic soccer coach, got his apology from Steve Snow and decided to put the disgruntled star into the starting lineup for tonight's game against Kuwait. Snow, the team's leading scorer, did not play in the opening U.S. loss against Italy. Osiander said he intended to put the high-scoring Snow into the game, but used both his substitutions to replace injured players. Snow, from Schaumburg, Ill.
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July 10, 1992 | RANDY HARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The coach coaches part time and has a full-time job as a waiter. The leading scorer would eat pizza at every meal if it were possible and beyond that is "really a little strange." The first opponent is universally conceded to have the world's best young players. So what are the chances that the U.S. soccer team will contend for a medal in the Summer Olympics?
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April 6, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Snow's third goal of the game, in the final minute, lifted the United States to a 4-3 victory over Honduras in an Olympic qualifying-round match in St. Louis.
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March 18, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The U.S. Olympic soccer team scored three times in a five-minute span early in the game, each goal coming on a header with Claudio Reyna assisting, in a 3-1 exhibition victory over the Olympic team of South Korea at the Coliseum. Steve Snow, Colby Jones and Dante Washington scored for the United States.
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December 5, 1985
Despite 23 points from guard Byron Strachan, Golden West College lost to Los Angeles Valley, 64-54, Wednesday and dropped into the consolation bracket after the first round of play in the Antelope Valley Tournament. LA Valley center Art Lopez scored 24 points. Golden West forward Kevin Smith had 11 points and 11 rebounds. The Rustlers play Oxnard today at 12:15. GOLDEN WEST (54)--Strachan 23, Smith 11, Simpson 2, Debbs 6, DeGrande 6, Utu 8.
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March 1, 1989 | GRAHAME L. JONES
Nigeria edged the United States in overtime and Portugal stunned Brazil Tuesday in the semifinals of the World Youth Soccer Championship in Saudi Arabia. The U.S. was beaten, 2-1, in Jidda, where Nigeria's Mutiu Adepoju scored both his country's goals. The first came in the 48th minute after a scoreless first half. The United States tied the match five minutes later when Steve Snow of Schaumburg, Ill., connected on a penalty kick. Snow earlier had hit the crossbar with a shot.
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July 25, 1992 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Steve Snow, the most prolific scorer on the U.S. Olympic soccer team, sat quietly on the bench Friday night, watching as heavily favored Italy won the tournament's opening match, 2-1. But Snow made plenty of noise afterward as his feud with U.S. Coach Lothar Osiander erupted. Again. It's gotten so bad that Osiander said Snow would not play again in the Olympics until he apologizes. This was merely the first game of the 16-team tournament, played a day before the opening ceremony.
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November 23, 1985
Paul Rollins made two free throws with eight seconds remaining in overtime Friday night to insure Chapman College's 63-60 win over Biola in the opening round of the McDonalds Tipoff Tournament at Southern Utah State College in Cedar City. A crowd of 5,200 in The Centrum watched the Panthers and the Eagles play to a 54-54 tie during regulation time. Biola led by three points, 59-56, with 2:13 left, but Chapman forward Jon Samuelson made a three-point play to tie the game.
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December 29, 1985
Rancho Santiago College took advantage of its superior free throw shooting Saturday night to edge Fullerton, 99-94, and take third place in the Rancho Santiago Tournament. Eric Schurman made 11 of 13 shots from the line and tied a tournament record by making 20 free throws in a row over two games to lead the Dons. Rancho Santiago hit 31 of its 39 free throws. Fullerton made 18 of 30 free throws. Three players scored at least 20 points for the Dons (12-3).
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May 15, 1996 | LAUREN PETERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There would not be a repeat of last week for the Royal High boys' volleyball team. Nor would there be a repeat of last year for Loyola. The Highlanders can thank middle blocker Joe Olsen on both counts. Olsen racked up a career-high 30 kills and added eight blocks to propel the Highlanders to a 15-8, 12-15, 15-1, 15-1 victory over defending Southern Section Division I champion Loyola in a second-round playoff match Tuesday night at Loyola.
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