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May 6, 2000
Reed McGinnis, the son of George and Marilyn McGinnis of Glendale, has graduated from Vanguard University in Costa Mesa. During his senior year, he was a resident assistant and one of 10 nominees for the title of Mr. Vanguard University. He received a bachelor's degree in English literature and is a graduate of Hoover High School. Anne M. Dubinsky of Glendale was named to the dean's list at Miami University for fall semester. She achieved a 3.5 or better grade-point-average.
NEWS
By: Dave Thorpe | September 20, 2005
The Vanguard University athletic department is making great strides in the areas of ethics and character in sports through its participation in the NAIA's Champions of Character program. In late August, NAIA teamed with Buffalo Funds to award Vanguard and the College of Saint Mary in Nebraska each a $5,000 grant to assist with their campus Program Center initiatives. Today during chapel, Rob Miller, the NAIA director of Champions of Character Initiatives, will present the athletic department with the award.
NEWS
August 10, 2002
TRINITY Timi Analise Kathryn Harris of Oregon and Joel Douglas Trinity of Glendale exchanged wedding vows in Oregon. The bride is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Michael Harris of Boring, Ore. She graduated with honors from Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, where she majored in business administration. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Jim Trinity of Glendale. He graduated from Occidental College and received his degree in kinesiology.
NEWS
By: | August 28, 2005
Senior Amanda Vazquez recorded a match-high 22 kills and led the UC Irvine women's volleyball team to its second victory Saturday, a 30-27, 27-30, 30-27, 27-30, 15-9 triumph over visiting Long Island at Crawford Court. UCI had posted a five-game victory earlier in the day over Hofstra, as sophomore transfer Kristin Kelley slammed a match-leading and collegiate career-high 21 kills. Against Long Island, Trisha White followed Vazquez with 18 kills, while Whitney Pavlik posted 16 and Kelley notched 15. Both Lizelle Jackson and Martina Wagner posted 21 kills apiece for Long Island, while Adela Igniska and Jade Gold had 10 each.
NEWS
By: | August 20, 2005
After losing five seniors and four of the top six scorers from the team that won the Golden State Athletic Conference championship in 2004, Vanguard University men's soccer coach Randy Dodge has restocked the roster for the upcoming season. Dodge, in fact, believes this year's additions may give him more options and depth than last season. Andrew Elliott has transferred from UC Irvine, where he played one season. Elliott, a native of Scotland, was the leading scorer for Paisley United in his home country for two seasons, prior to attending UCI. Elliott and two more transfers, Ryan Sullivan and Sem Lopez, will be expected to make an immediate impact and be a big part of the Lions' future.
NEWS
By: | August 14, 2005
The Vanguard University men's basketball team has signed five transfers and three freshmen to join a program that finished 10-19 last season, 5-15 in the Golden State Athletic Conference, and missed the conference tournament for the second straight season. Greg Gusiff is one player the Lions are already familiar with. Gusiff was a member of GSAC-rival Hope International last season, and scored 13 points in the game against Vanguard Feb. 26. The 6-foot-1 guard was the fifth-leading scorer for the Royals, averaging seven points per outing.
NEWS
By: | August 14, 2005
Vanguard University women's volleyball added four players to a team that finished last season 25-14 and advanced to the NAIA semifinals, the most successful season in the history of the program. Having lost three seniors from a team that cracked the NAIA's top 25, Coach Erikka Gulbranson signed three freshmen and a transfer to the squad in hopes of continuing the success without missing a step. Junior transfer Rachel Beard, a 2003 graduate of San Clemente High, will bring in two years of collegiate experience to the Lions after notching more than 450 assists her freshman season at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and competing her sophomore year at Saddleback College.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | September 24, 2005
Fifty years ago, a group of Costa Mesa churchgoers met at a resident's home and decided to form a new congregation. They had no building at first, so members held services at Vanguard University and then at the Orange County Fairgrounds. "It was a close-knit group that started out here," said Gordon Sutterfield, whose eldest brother was a founding member. "They were like a family." Many of the 84 charter members of Harbor Trinity Church aren't alive to tell stories of the early days of the Costa Mesa congregation.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 26, 2005
Marissa Cothran is still finalizing preparation for a career as a special education teacher. But the Newport Harbor High product, who turned 24 Thursday, has already come out of retirement. The latter refers to her volleyball career, which began with eight seasons with the Newport Beach-based Orange County Volleyball Club and continued at Newport Harbor High. As a high school senior, Cothran captained the Sailors to the 1998 CIF State Division I championship.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | June 21, 2013
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Katie Park (Crescenta Valley High, 2010) junior, Occidental College women's golf: Park continued her stellar ways in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The former All-Area honoree, who won the conference's individual championship in 2012, enjoyed another successful season with the Tigers in 2013. Park finished ninth at the SCIAC Championships at Oak Valley Golf Club in Oak Valley with a personal-low of 1-over 73 in the tournament's final round on April 29. Park finished with a three-day score of 243. She opened with an 82 before recording an 88. Park rebounded with a 71 on the final day, giving her a confidence boost entering next season.
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SPORTS
From Staff Reports | June 21, 2013
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Katie Park (Crescenta Valley High, 2010) junior, Occidental College women's golf: Park continued her stellar ways in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The former All-Area honoree, who won the conference's individual championship in 2012, enjoyed another successful season with the Tigers in 2013. Park finished ninth at the SCIAC Championships at Oak Valley Golf Club in Oak Valley with a personal-low of 1-over 73 in the tournament's final round on April 29. Park finished with a three-day score of 243. She opened with an 82 before recording an 88. Park rebounded with a 71 on the final day, giving her a confidence boost entering next season.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | May 29, 2013
From the bustling shore of the San Francisco Bay to the tranquil surroundings of the Ozark Mountains, Jimmy Bosco found himself a member of two high-profile Division I collegiate baseball programs. Moving practically across the country twice wasn't something Bosco had planned for while looking to map out a collegiate baseball career. Different circumstances led to him making difficult choices before blazing a trail back to his Northern California roots to thrive at Menlo College.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 26, 2005
Marissa Cothran is still finalizing preparation for a career as a special education teacher. But the Newport Harbor High product, who turned 24 Thursday, has already come out of retirement. The latter refers to her volleyball career, which began with eight seasons with the Newport Beach-based Orange County Volleyball Club and continued at Newport Harbor High. As a high school senior, Cothran captained the Sailors to the 1998 CIF State Division I championship.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | September 24, 2005
Fifty years ago, a group of Costa Mesa churchgoers met at a resident's home and decided to form a new congregation. They had no building at first, so members held services at Vanguard University and then at the Orange County Fairgrounds. "It was a close-knit group that started out here," said Gordon Sutterfield, whose eldest brother was a founding member. "They were like a family." Many of the 84 charter members of Harbor Trinity Church aren't alive to tell stories of the early days of the Costa Mesa congregation.
NEWS
By: Dave Thorpe | September 20, 2005
The Vanguard University athletic department is making great strides in the areas of ethics and character in sports through its participation in the NAIA's Champions of Character program. In late August, NAIA teamed with Buffalo Funds to award Vanguard and the College of Saint Mary in Nebraska each a $5,000 grant to assist with their campus Program Center initiatives. Today during chapel, Rob Miller, the NAIA director of Champions of Character Initiatives, will present the athletic department with the award.
NEWS
By: | August 28, 2005
Senior Amanda Vazquez recorded a match-high 22 kills and led the UC Irvine women's volleyball team to its second victory Saturday, a 30-27, 27-30, 30-27, 27-30, 15-9 triumph over visiting Long Island at Crawford Court. UCI had posted a five-game victory earlier in the day over Hofstra, as sophomore transfer Kristin Kelley slammed a match-leading and collegiate career-high 21 kills. Against Long Island, Trisha White followed Vazquez with 18 kills, while Whitney Pavlik posted 16 and Kelley notched 15. Both Lizelle Jackson and Martina Wagner posted 21 kills apiece for Long Island, while Adela Igniska and Jade Gold had 10 each.
NEWS
By: | August 20, 2005
After losing five seniors and four of the top six scorers from the team that won the Golden State Athletic Conference championship in 2004, Vanguard University men's soccer coach Randy Dodge has restocked the roster for the upcoming season. Dodge, in fact, believes this year's additions may give him more options and depth than last season. Andrew Elliott has transferred from UC Irvine, where he played one season. Elliott, a native of Scotland, was the leading scorer for Paisley United in his home country for two seasons, prior to attending UCI. Elliott and two more transfers, Ryan Sullivan and Sem Lopez, will be expected to make an immediate impact and be a big part of the Lions' future.
NEWS
By: | August 14, 2005
The Vanguard University men's basketball team has signed five transfers and three freshmen to join a program that finished 10-19 last season, 5-15 in the Golden State Athletic Conference, and missed the conference tournament for the second straight season. Greg Gusiff is one player the Lions are already familiar with. Gusiff was a member of GSAC-rival Hope International last season, and scored 13 points in the game against Vanguard Feb. 26. The 6-foot-1 guard was the fifth-leading scorer for the Royals, averaging seven points per outing.
NEWS
By: | August 14, 2005
Vanguard University women's volleyball added four players to a team that finished last season 25-14 and advanced to the NAIA semifinals, the most successful season in the history of the program. Having lost three seniors from a team that cracked the NAIA's top 25, Coach Erikka Gulbranson signed three freshmen and a transfer to the squad in hopes of continuing the success without missing a step. Junior transfer Rachel Beard, a 2003 graduate of San Clemente High, will bring in two years of collegiate experience to the Lions after notching more than 450 assists her freshman season at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and competing her sophomore year at Saddleback College.
NEWS
September 23, 2002
Erik Boal In an effort to keep track of local high school athletes who now compete in college, the News-Press will devote space twice a week, usually Mondays and Thursdays, to an update: Jennifer Geisbauer (La Canada, 2002) freshman middle blocker, Vanguard University women's volleyball -- Despite her team's recent seven-match losing streak, Geisbauer's performance hasn't suffered. The 2001 News-Press All-Area first-team selection is the only Vanguard player to compete in all 11 matches and 38 games, recording 78 kills -- third on the team -- along with 31 digs, a team-leading 19 blocks and 10 aces.
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