SIB: Senior Charles Jock punched a ticket to the NCAA Men’s Track & Field Championship with a top-three finish in the 800-meter at the NCAA West Preliminiary Round in Austin, Texas on May 25. Jock ran a 1:47.93 in his heat at Mike A. Myers Stadium to qualify for the NCAA Championship, which will be held June 6-9.
EFFECT: A couple months back, we had a roundtable discussion about what the New University could do to increase readership.
WIN: Thurman is nearly unhittable as UC Irvine takes two of three from CSUB, improving to 30-22 in 2012.
VOLLEYBALL: From backup to starter, Chris Austin is the first African American to win NCAA Championship.
THIRTY: Thurman has a no-hitter, two one-hitters in six starts; but his image has won over the Anteater faithful.
YOUTH: It’s just a matter of decades or centuries before the organizers can realize that the Olympics is created for a scientific purpose: kicking ass.
CHAMPIONS: After a national title ceremony, UCI must wait six weeks as their coach ponders his future.
SIB: After winning 5-3 on Friday night, the ’Eaters lost the series to Cal State Northridge after losing 6-3 on Saturday afternoon and 5-4 on Sunday.
‘EATERS: Somehow, throwing water in a teammate’s face makes him throw harder, run faster, hit farther.
STRONG: UC Irvine lost to No. 1 Stanford on Saturday and No. 2 UCLA on Sunday to close out their 2012 season.