Monday Morning Quarterback
The most-watched sporting event in the world, the FIFA World Cup, kicks off this Friday in Germany. Here’s a team-by-team look at the 32 nations vying for the most coveted prize on the planet.
The Men’s Volleyball team was one of UCI’s many feel-good stories of the 2005-2006 sports year.
The UC Irvine baseball team season ended after one-run losses to UCLA and Missouri.
In a game of small ball which included seven sacrifices, four infield hits and nine walks, an unlikely outcome occurred for the UC Irvine Baseball team against UC Riverside. They hit home runs.
The dedication and hard work necessary to compete in college athletics is embodied in UC Irvine’s 2005-2006 Athletes of the Year. Junior Men’s Volleyball star Jayson Jablonsky and sophomore swimming standout Chelsea
Some people get it, some people don’t. I’m talking about sports.
For some, their world revolves around sports. They know everything about every player on every team in every league. Take me, for example. Every time I open a Web browser the first thing I
Two UC Irvine Track and Field athletes, senior Amber Steen and sophomore Julian Eison, placed eighth at the NCAA Track and Field West Regional Championships last Saturday. The event, which took place in Provo, Utah, was the second of a two-day competition
After graduating from UC Irvine last year, pitcher Steve Schroer entered the world of minor-league baseball attempting to work his way up the ladder and break into the major leagues. While Schroer is currently playing for the Single-A New York Yankee affi
The UC Irvine Baseball Team headed into their match-up against UCLA riding a wave of momentum having won nine of their pervious 10 games. Unfazed, the Bruins snapped the Anteaters’ hot streak as they rallied to score the final seven runs of the game, hand