June 5, 1997 |
UCLA freshman Seilala Sua won the discus to lead a dominant effort by the Bruin women on the first day of the NCAA track and field meet Wednesday. Sua won with a throw of 200 feet 6 inches, and teammate Suzy Powell, winner of last year's Olympic trials and the Pacific 10 Conference champion, was the runner-up at 198-7. Adding to the Bruins' total of 22 points in the event were Nada Kawar and Rachelle Noble, who finished sixth and eighth.
April 1, 1998
Cal State Northridge sophomore Cheree Hicks took advantage of breezy conditions Saturday, throwing the discus a school-record 188 feet, good for eighth place in the UC San Diego Invitational. The mark crushed Hicks' school record of 180-2 and led to her selection as the Big Sky Conference women's field event athlete of the week. Aretha Hill of the University of Washington won with a U.S. collegiate record of 215-3, with UCLA's Suzy Powell second at 213-5 and Seilala Sua third at 209-8.
June 7, 1997 |
UCLA's bid for a women's NCAA outdoor track and field title is on track. The Bruins lead the meet with 46 points after 10 events and three days. Texas is second with 21 points and Louisiana State third with 20. Louisiana State, which has won the team title the last 10 years, finally won an event after being scoreless the first two days. The Tigers won the 400-meter relay for the sixth consecutive year and the eighth time in the past nine years.
May 26, 1997 |
UCLA compiled the highest point total by a women's team in meet history and the USC won its first men's championship since winning the final Pacific 8 meet in 1978 at the Pacific 10 Conference track and field championships on Sunday in Seattle. Joanna Hayes won two hurdles titles and Suzy Powell won her second conference title in as many days for the Bruins, who scored 189.5 points and won 10 of 18 events during the two-day meet.
April 9, 1998
Forward Michelle French, Chaminade High's career leader in assists, is one of three women's soccer players signed by Cal State Northridge, Coach Brian Wiesner said Wednesday. Northridge also signed Los Alamitos goaltender Jenny Willemse, who led the Griffins to the 1997 Southern Section Division I title, and sweeper Mia Nilsson, a native of Sweden from Citrus College. La Canada forward Erin Broadwell also has committed to the Matadors.
May 15, 1994 |
Gerhard Berger had the best news Saturday at Monte Carlo as drivers finished practicing and qualifying for today's Grand Prix of Monaco. "Nothing happened today," said Berger, who spoke openly of retiring after the deaths of Ayrton Senna and Roland Ratzenberger during the San Marino Grand Prix weekend two weeks ago. That seemed to overshadow Michael Schumacher's record-breaking qualifying run. Schumacher, in a Benetton-Ford, won his first pole, driving the 2.06-mile street course in 1 minute 18.