January 1, 1992 |
Newport Harbor volleyball player Tara Kroesch said Tuesday she has orally committed to play at Pepperdine next season. Kroesch, a 5-11 outside hitter and three-year starter for the Sailors, chose Pepperdine over Loyola Marymount.
November 26, 1992
Loyola Marymount's Amy Moeller, a graduate of Mater Dei High School, has been named West Coast Conference freshman volleyball player of the year. Also named to the all-freshman team was Pepperdine's Tara Kroesch (Newport Harbor) and Loyola Marymount's Julie Greer (Esperanza). Moeller and Kroesch were also all-conference honorable mention selections. Moeller led Loyola Marymount to a 19-12 record and a second-place conference finish at 10-4.
November 1, 1992 |
The Pepperdine women's volleyball team earned a measure of revenge with a 15-12, 15-11, 15-11 victory Saturday night over Loyola Marymount in a West Coast Conference match at Malibu. It was Loyola's first loss in seven conference matches. The Lions are 15-8 overall. Loyola was able to take a lead in each of the games, but could not hold off the Waves (8-13, 4-3). The victory enabled Pepperdine to extend its conference home winning streak to 39 games.
June 5, 1992 |
La Habra's Zrinka Kristich and Newport Harbor's Russ Gan will be among the players competing in the Orange County boys' and girls' volleyball all-star matches tonight at Golden West College. Kristich, who led La Habra to the State Division II title last fall, will lead the North team against the South, which features Newport Harbor's Maureen McLaren and Tara Kroesch.
September 12, 1992
Coach: Dan Glenn (seventh year). 1991: 16-4, 8-2 in league; second in Sea View League. Southern Section 5-A second round. Key returners: Amy Evans, Sr., 5-6, outside hitter; Dani Foley, Sr., 5-8, outside hitter; Misty May, So., 5-10, outside hitter; Melissa Schutz, So., 5-11, middle blocker; Sara Warmington, Jr., 5-5, back row. Key newcomers: Jenny Hecker, Fr., 5-6, setter; Sara Fairborn, So., 5-8, outside hitter.
September 28, 1991
Newport Harbor advances to semifinals--Maureen McLaren had 12 kills and Tara Kroesch had eight for Newport Harbor, which upset Mira Costa, the top-ranked team in the Southern Section 5-A Division, 15-8, 15-13, to advance to the championship bracket. The Sailors face St. Joseph at 11 a.m. today in one semifinal at Redondo Union High School. Torrey Pines, the top-ranked 5-A team in the state poll, is in the semifinal of the upper bracket. The championship game is at 5 p.m.