October 16, 2004 |
Will Kimble, whose basketball career at Pepperdine was ended by a life-threatening heart condition two years ago, is resuming his career at Texas El Paso. "I don't think anybody understands how I feel or what I've been through," the 6-foot-10 center told reporters in El Paso this week. "I thank God, my family and my friends. It feels good to be back on the court."
January 23, 2004 |
Former UCLA running back Tyler Ebell will transfer to Texas El Paso and play for new Coach Mike Price, Ebell's father, Dennis, said Thursday. Ebell, who announced earlier this month that he would transfer from UCLA, will sit out the 2004 season and have one season of eligibility remaining. Under new UCLA Coach Karl Dorrell, Ebell split time with Maurice Drew in 2003. Ebell gained 501 yards in 116 carries with two touchdowns.
January 22, 1996 |
Don Haskins, the basketball coach at Texas El Paso the past 35 years, was doing well Sunday after being stricken with a mild heart attack during a game Saturday night. The 65-year-old coach is in Providence Memorial Hospital, where he is expected to spend the next few days undergoing tests in the cardiac care unit. The school does not know if Haskins will return for UTEP's game Thursday against Utah.
October 27, 1993 |
Swingman Archie Williams of Reseda High said Tuesday that he has orally committed to play basketball next season at Texas El Paso. Williams is the third player from the region to commit to play for an NCAA Division I school, joining Alex Lopez of Campbell Hall and Jason Hartman of Thousand Oaks, who both will play at Washington. For many observers, the likely reaction to Williams' commitment is, "Who?"
November 1, 1992 |
He could be the toughest college football player in the country. He is 25 years old. He left his home in Virginia when he was 16, mainly because his father kicked him out of the house. He has been stabbed, clubbed with a baseball bat, shot at and chased through the streets and alleys of South Central L.A., and now, living in Texas, thinks of himself as "a recluse and a hermit." Yes, Ed Bunn is one tough football player. And don't think NFL scouts haven't been keeping tabs on him.
October 16, 1992 |
Six members of the winless University of Texas El Paso football team have been suspended for breaking curfew the night before the Miners' 42-24 loss to Colorado State last Saturday. The players are All-WAC defensive end Ricky Massey, fullbacks Patrick Bailey and Darryl Phillips, and defensive backs Greg Shead, Craig Pringle and Dwight Conley. Massey, Shead and Bailey were starters and the other three saw action against Colorado State. All six will miss Saturday's game against San Diego State.