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By: | September 11, 2005
The UC Irvine women's cross country team finished second among 17 teams and the men's squad was fourth in a 12-school field in the UCI invitational at Central Park in Huntington Beach Saturday. Chico State won the women's team title with 48 points, followed by UCI with 78 and Long Beach State with 95. Katie Lee of Chico State won the 5,000-meter race in 17 minutes, 59.1 seconds. UCI redshirt freshman Laura Olvera was third in 18:38.7 and senior Amber Steen, a former Newport Harbor High standout and transfer from Arizona, placed 13th in 18:54.
NEWS
July 27, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Kris Krise will wait one more year. The former Crescenta Valley High standout pitcher elected not to sign with the Kansas City Royals -- the team that took him in the 30th round with the 895th pick of the 2004 major league baseball first-year player draft -- and signed a national letter of intent to play for NCAA Division II school Chico State. "I went up there for a weekend and I liked the facility," Krise said. "I liked the coaches.
SPORTS
April 8, 2004
Brandon Higelin, a graduate of Crescenta Valley High, won his second game of the season for the Cal State L.A. Eagles last Friday at San Francisco State. Higelin, who improved to 2-0, relieved starting pitcher Cody Wilkinson in the sixth inning of the CCAA contest. The Eagles went on to score six runs in the eighth inning and win the game 8-2. Higelin earlier hurled three innings for the Eagles against visiting Chico State in a March 28 game that was called in the 12th inning with the score tied 9-9. CCAA Conference rules prohibited the nearly five hour contest from going any further due to time constraints.
SPORTS
By Jonathan Raber | November 27, 2007
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level.   Laura Boyd (Crescenta Valley, 2006) sophomore middle blocker, Stetson College : Stetson capped off its current campaign with a four-match win streak, in part due to the play of Boyd. In the season finale, the Hatters defeated visiting Flager, 30-24, 28-30, 30-21, 32-30, marking the first time that the program had won four consecutive matches since Oct. 2002. In the win, Boyd finished with 10 kills and four blocks, helping the Hatters finish with 10 team blocks for the fourth time this season.
SPORTS
By Jonathan Raber | January 5, 2007
The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Jeanine Deno (Crescenta Valley High, 2004) sophomore guard, Pasadena City College women's basketball : The Lancers are off to a blazing start with Deno serving as the sparkplug. After winning the San Jose Jaguar Invitational Tournament on Friday, the Lancers extended their season-long win streak to 20 games while keeping their unblemished record intact. The Lancers (20-0) defeated College of the Canyons, 84-67, in the tournament finale.
NEWS
By: | August 3, 2005
Nine players from Orange Coast College's baseball team that reached last season's state final four have signed national letters of intent with four-year colleges, head coach John Altobelli announced. Right-handed freshman Daniel Cooper, a Costa Mesa High product who led the Pirates with an 8-3 record in 21 appearances, received a scholarship offer from Rice University, the 2003 NCAA Division I national champion. Cooper finished last season with a 3.25 ERA and team-leading 57 strikeouts.
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
GLENDALE ? R.J. Brown can now have his party. Two weeks ago, the Glendale resident and former St. Francis High graduate was asked what he would do if he signed to play for a Major League Baseball team. His response: "Have a party." Brown ? who completed his collegiate baseball career with Cal State L.A. ? received the phone call of his life Wednesday, and the caller had a simple question for him. "I asked him, 'Hey R.J., you still want to have that party?'" said Cincinnati Reds scout Rex Delanuez, also a Glendale resident and a 1986 Hoover High graduate.
NEWS
September 8, 2001
Erik Boal GLENDALE -- o7 In an attempt to keep track of local high school players who have gone on to play at the college level, the News-Press has decided to devote space to a weekly roundup of these athletes' performances.f7 Megan Hosp (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 1998) Junior Setter, University of South Carolina -- During the Gamecocks' three-match run en route to capturing the Arizona State Tournament championship, Hosp was not only recognized as the tournament's most valuable player, but was selected as the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week for her outstanding efforts.
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | November 23, 2011
The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Kevin Orozco (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) senior, University of San Francisco men's soccer: After doing whatever was asked of him for the Dons defense, Orozco was rewarded with a honorable mention for the All-West Coast Conference team, which was announced Nov. 15. "In his second season at USF, Kevin had a very strong year for us," San Francisco Coach Erik Visser...
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | November 23, 2011
The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Kevin Orozco (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) senior, University of San Francisco men's soccer: After doing whatever was asked of him for the Dons defense, Orozco was rewarded with a honorable mention for the All-West Coast Conference team, which was announced Nov. 15. "In his second season at USF, Kevin had a very strong year for us," San Francisco Coach Erik Visser...
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SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | April 1, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level .   Dustin Emmons (Crescenta Valley High, 2008) UC Riverside baseball, junior: Despite receiving the absolute minimum of run support, Emmons put together an impressive complete-game effort to pick up a 1-0 win over host St. Mary’s on Saturday. The former All-Area Player of the Year allowed eight hits and walked one, while notching four strikeouts. He allowed a one-out double in the bottom of the ninth inning and recorded the final out on a popup with the tying run at third base.
SPORTS
By Jonathan Raber | January 5, 2007
The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Jeanine Deno (Crescenta Valley High, 2004) sophomore guard, Pasadena City College women's basketball : The Lancers are off to a blazing start with Deno serving as the sparkplug. After winning the San Jose Jaguar Invitational Tournament on Friday, the Lancers extended their season-long win streak to 20 games while keeping their unblemished record intact. The Lancers (20-0) defeated College of the Canyons, 84-67, in the tournament finale.
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
GLENDALE ? R.J. Brown can now have his party. Two weeks ago, the Glendale resident and former St. Francis High graduate was asked what he would do if he signed to play for a Major League Baseball team. His response: "Have a party." Brown ? who completed his collegiate baseball career with Cal State L.A. ? received the phone call of his life Wednesday, and the caller had a simple question for him. "I asked him, 'Hey R.J., you still want to have that party?'" said Cincinnati Reds scout Rex Delanuez, also a Glendale resident and a 1986 Hoover High graduate.
NEWS
By: | September 11, 2005
The UC Irvine women's cross country team finished second among 17 teams and the men's squad was fourth in a 12-school field in the UCI invitational at Central Park in Huntington Beach Saturday. Chico State won the women's team title with 48 points, followed by UCI with 78 and Long Beach State with 95. Katie Lee of Chico State won the 5,000-meter race in 17 minutes, 59.1 seconds. UCI redshirt freshman Laura Olvera was third in 18:38.7 and senior Amber Steen, a former Newport Harbor High standout and transfer from Arizona, placed 13th in 18:54.
NEWS
By: | August 3, 2005
Nine players from Orange Coast College's baseball team that reached last season's state final four have signed national letters of intent with four-year colleges, head coach John Altobelli announced. Right-handed freshman Daniel Cooper, a Costa Mesa High product who led the Pirates with an 8-3 record in 21 appearances, received a scholarship offer from Rice University, the 2003 NCAA Division I national champion. Cooper finished last season with a 3.25 ERA and team-leading 57 strikeouts.
NEWS
July 27, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Kris Krise will wait one more year. The former Crescenta Valley High standout pitcher elected not to sign with the Kansas City Royals -- the team that took him in the 30th round with the 895th pick of the 2004 major league baseball first-year player draft -- and signed a national letter of intent to play for NCAA Division II school Chico State. "I went up there for a weekend and I liked the facility," Krise said. "I liked the coaches.
SPORTS
April 8, 2004
Brandon Higelin, a graduate of Crescenta Valley High, won his second game of the season for the Cal State L.A. Eagles last Friday at San Francisco State. Higelin, who improved to 2-0, relieved starting pitcher Cody Wilkinson in the sixth inning of the CCAA contest. The Eagles went on to score six runs in the eighth inning and win the game 8-2. Higelin earlier hurled three innings for the Eagles against visiting Chico State in a March 28 game that was called in the 12th inning with the score tied 9-9. CCAA Conference rules prohibited the nearly five hour contest from going any further due to time constraints.
NEWS
September 8, 2001
Erik Boal GLENDALE -- o7 In an attempt to keep track of local high school players who have gone on to play at the college level, the News-Press has decided to devote space to a weekly roundup of these athletes' performances.f7 Megan Hosp (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 1998) Junior Setter, University of South Carolina -- During the Gamecocks' three-match run en route to capturing the Arizona State Tournament championship, Hosp was not only recognized as the tournament's most valuable player, but was selected as the Southeastern Conference Player of the Week for her outstanding efforts.
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