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August 29, 1990 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stuart Waldrip, attorney for former Corona del Mar volleyball Coach Charlie Brande, said Tuesday that he expects all allegations against Brande to be dropped when the Southern Section makes its ruling later this week. "Frankly, I expect Charlie to be exonerated of all wrongdoing," said Waldrip, an attorney in Orange who was hired by parents of Corona del Mar volleyball players to defend Brande. "But our appeal process is in place and will clearly be taken if the ruling goes against Charlie."
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August 29, 1990 | MIKE REILLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stuart Waldrip, attorney for former Corona del Mar volleyball Coach Charlie Brande, said Tuesday that he expects all allegations against Brande to be dropped when the Southern Section makes its ruling later this week. "Frankly, I expect Charlie to be exonerated of all wrongdoing," said Waldrip, an attorney in Orange who was hired by parents of Corona del Mar volleyball players to defend Brande. "But our appeal process is in place and will clearly be taken if the ruling goes against Charlie."
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May 4, 1993 | EARL GUSTKEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kathy Olivier, assistant coach of UCLA women's basketball teams the last seven years, was named head coach Monday. She succeeds Billie Moore, who resigned last month after 19 seasons. The UCLA women were 13-14 last season. Olivier, 33, lives in Los Alamitos with her husband, Jim, a chemical engineer, and daughter Alexis, 4. She played basketball at Valencia High in Placentia, Cal State Fullerton and Nevada Las Vegas. She has also been an assistant coach at USC, UC Irvine and UNLV.
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September 1, 1993 | WENDY WITHERSPOON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One word could describe the local college women's volleyball scene this season: unpredictable. As usual, several Southland teams will probably be involved in the race for the national championship, but there will be a new look among local squads: --UCLA lost five starting seniors from a team that finished second in the NCAA tournament last season.
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October 4, 1996 | IRENE GARCIA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's an important game in an important conference match for the Cal State Northridge women's volleyball team, and Nancy Ma has just blasted the ball over the net and down the line for a crucial point. Her teammates celebrate by jumping up and down, pumping their arms and thrusting clenched fists into the air. Ma just smiles and nods her head approvingly. She is always calm, even after turning in yet another spectacular play.
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December 23, 1997 | EARL GUSTKEY
First her game returned. Then her attitude. U.S. Olympic Coach Tara VanDerveer's favorite Venus Lacy story from the 1996 Olympics has to do with Lacy's attitude. In a pre-Olympic game with Cuba, U.S. guard Jennifer Azzi was hit by an elbow, which broke her nose. The 6-foot-4 Lacy said to Azzi, "If you feel [the Cuban player] did that on purpose, I'll lay her out right now." No, it was accidental, Azzi told her, thanking her anyhow.
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April 16, 2001 | LON EUBANKS
This is a busy time of the year for Long Beach State's Tayyiba Haneef. She's involved in spring practice and off-season matches with the 49er volleyball team as well as competing in the high jump with the track team, when her time permits. "Luckily, I'm taking only nine hours in school this spring," she said. Haneef will graduate in May but will begin work on her masters while completing her volleyball eligibility next season.
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September 18, 1991 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Only hours before his college football season ended prematurely, Coley Kyman was growing weary of his jet-set life. What Kyman envisioned as a glamorous lifestyle had turned out to be a tedious exercise in waiting--at ticket counters, baggage claims and airport curbs. Before Kyman recovered from lengthy trips with the U.S.
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September 2, 1993 | THERESA SMITH MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The swimmers, gymnasts and volleyball players who gathered from all over the globe for the World University Games couldn't understand what Coley Kyman was doing. Their familiarity with the javelins and field hockey sticks of the games didn't extend to the pigskin Kyman was throwing. Kyman also didn't fit in at the Olympic Stadium in Greece. He was the only member of the U.S. national volleyball team running the steps in preparation for football practice.
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January 18, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
With all the dribbling, shooting, passing and pressing he has done over the past four years, Mike Minier the basketball player hasn't had much time for Mike Minier the volleyball player. Until now. Minier, a senior transfer from Chapman College, is a starting middle blocker for UC Irvine's men's volleyball team. For the first time in his two-sport career, Minier is facing a volleyball season with more than just a few days of preparation.
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April 10, 1992 | IRENE GARCIA
Julie Berthiaume was a basketball, volleyball and softball standout at Quartz Hills High. Through the years, however, she has eliminated activities from her schedule. As a freshman at Antelope Valley College, she competed in three sports. As a sophomore, she dropped basketball. She concentrated on volleyball her first two years at Dominguez Hills, but decided to try softball after completing her volleyball eligibility at the end of the 1991 fall semester.
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