While the UC Irvine Baseball team’s offense had a field day against San Diego State, putting up 12 runs on 15 hits, freshman pitcher Scott Gorgen produced yet another stellar performance. He combined with sophomore hurler Gary Nakashima for nine innings w
The Anteaters have already secured second place in regular-season standings and a bye into the semifinals of the tourney with a win over UC Riverside last Wednesday. With two weeks left in their regular season, the UC Irvine Men’s Basketball team doesn’t
The other night I was watching the Olympics with a few friends when an interesting conversation came about after we heard the announcer say, ‘You’re watching the world’s best athletes compete here in Torino.’ The statement made us wonder, are Olympians re
The Big West Conference Swimming and Diving Championships, which concluded in Long Beach this past weekend, featured some inspiring performances. After junior Ashley DePaul leaped into the 200-meter butterfly, she scrambled off to a solid start, moving into second place. A minute into the race, she was down to fourth place, having lost significant ground. […]
Jaime Martinez did all he could to help UC Irvine win, coming off the bench in the eighth inning as a pinch hitter. With two outs, the senior first baseman was expected simply to keep the inning alive, but he did more than that, smashing the 0-2 pitch ove
For the UC Irvine Men’s Volleyball team, the goal has been to get back to playing like they did in the preseason. Yes, they are ranked No. 3 nationally, and yes, they are riding a four-game winning streak, but, as Head Coach John Speraw put it, ‘We still
The game between the UC Irvine Men’s Volleyball team and the Matadors from Cal State Northridge, was a battle between the No. 3 and No. 5 teams in the nation. It was supposed to be a close contest, a tough match. It turned out to be another sweep for the
On Tuesday, the UC Irvine Baseball team beat the Loyola Marymount Lions 6-4 in a game involving 11 pitchers, 16 hits and 4 errors.
‘Tuesday games are mentality games,’ said UCI Head Coach Dave Serrano.
The Anteaters (3-2) kept their heads on straight
At the beautiful Hyatt Regency pavilion by the sea, former UC Irvine athletes and their families gathered, collecting name badges and greeting each other. They came together Saturday, Feb. 11, for the UCI 2006 Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
‘I’m glad someone pulled the fire alarm,’ a spokesperson for UC Irvine said after the match, ‘because this team is hot.’
The alarm went off 11:47 into the first quarter because of barbeque smoke just outside of the Bren Events Center. Apparently somethi