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September 2, 1993
L.A. Baptist 1992 RECORD: Lost in quarterfinals of playoffs OVERALL: 6-6 LEAGUE: 3-1 PLACE: 2nd COACH: Mark Bates YEAR: 5th RECORD AT SCHOOL: 21-22 TOP RETURNEES OFF DEF YR Jim Romero, 6-0, 185 WR -- Sr. Zack Hernandez, 5-11, 165 QB -- Sr. Craig Lord, 6-0, 210 TE LB Sr. Jeff Symington, 5-7, 175 RB -- Sr. Henry Matthews, 6-1, 300 OT DT Sr. Rocky Mertz, 5-7, 155 -- DB Sr. Matt Hernandez, 6-0, 170 WR -- Sr. Brian Lynch, 5-11, 195 OG -- Sr. John Pinto, 5-8, 295 C -- Sr. Dana Berg, 6-2, 195 RB -- Sr.
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SPORTS
October 11, 1998 | LAUREN PETERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Cal Lutheran defense keeps getting stingier. Following a season-long pattern, the Kingsmen allowed fewer points than in their previous game, defeating Chapman, 10-6, in a nonconference game Saturday at Mt. Clef Stadium. At this rate, a shutout could be next. "Our defense really played well today," defensive back Justin Hansen said. "Everybody wants to make a big play, and sometimes they come."
SPORTS
November 8, 1997
Now would be the time for Pepperdine. The Waves, who haven't won a women's volleyball match at the University of San Diego since 1992, will try again tonight with the West Coast Conference title hanging in the balance. The 11th-ranked Waves (20-2, 9-1 in WCC play) lost a tough five-game match last month to the 21st-ranked Toreros (20-3, 9-1) at Pepperdine. "I think the last time we were too relaxed," Pepperdine setter Becci Roehl said. "I think our attitude is going to be better."
SPORTS
September 15, 1996 | LAUREN PETERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Hoping to turn over a new leaf, the Cal Lutheran football team instead turned over the ball. The University of San Diego scored 17 points as a direct result of Cal Lutheran turnovers and the Kingsmen lost their season opener, 44-19, Saturday night at Torero Stadium. The Kingsmen, in their first game under Coach Scott Squires, committed five turnovers. Two led to San Diego touchdowns, another to a field goal. Cal Lutheran gave up 30 points in the second half, after trailing just 14-6 at halftime.
SPORTS
December 30, 1993 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Newbury Park High quarterback Keith Smith on Wednesday became the first athlete from Ventura County to be named state football player of the year by Cal-Hi Sports magazine. Smith led a clean sweep of top divisional awards for area players. Senior running back Wilbert Smith of Montclair Prep was selected the player of the year at the medium-schools level and senior receiver Jim Romero of L.A. Baptist was accorded the same honor among small schools.
SPORTS
June 30, 1994 | PAIGE A. LEECH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After a seven-month layoff, 74 of the region's finest senior high school football players will take the field for one last hurrah. More than a dozen players headed to Division I colleges on scholarship are featured in tonight's 15th annual Daily News all-star game at Birmingham High at 6:30 p.m. The East seems loaded on offense with Sylmar High's Tyrone Crenshaw, San Fernando's Leon Blunt and Hart's Mike Kocicka.
SPORTS
October 18, 1998 | MATT AVILA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Scott Hainlen kicked a 34-yard field goal with six seconds remaining to lift Claremont-Mudd to a 31-28 victory over Cal Lutheran on Saturday night in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football game at Claremont-Mudd. Hainlen's kick, which was set up by a pass interference call against Cal Lutheran, enabled Claremont-Mudd (1-4, 1-2 in the SCIAC) to snap a 16-game losing streak of almost two years in duration.
SPORTS
November 9, 1997 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the second consecutive week, Chapman University pulled off some last-minute heroics. In the process, the Panthers short-circuited Cal Lutheran's comeback efforts. Reserve running back Robert Hayes scored on a 28-yard touchdown run with 1:09 remaining to give Chapman a 23-16 victory over Cal Lutheran in a nonconference football game Saturday night at Chapman in front of 2,274.
SPORTS
September 20, 1998 | MATT AVILA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For the third game in a row, the Cal Lutheran defense played well enough to win, but the Kingsmen fell to Whittier, 16-13, Saturday night in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener because the offense sputtered. Cal Lutheran (1-2) led, 13-9, until Steve Luce connected with Otis Carmichael on a 44-yard touchdown pass play with 9 minutes 38 seconds to play.
SPORTS
October 13, 1996 | LAUREN PETERSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Making his first start of the season, Cal Lutheran quarterback Zack Hernandez got an extended on-field look at his teammates under game conditions. He didn't like what he saw in a 49-7 loss to Chapman in a nonconference game Saturday at Cal Lutheran. "This is downright embarrassing," he said. "We have everything that it takes to win. There's just these little things that we've got to fix. We've just got to cut out all the little mistakes."
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