Since I was six years old, I’ve been watching Angel games from the stands, patiently enduring the years of mediocre seasons to arrive at the Promised Land with the 2002 World Champion Anaheim Angels.Read more
As a generally mindless, unsophisticated, and typically one-dimensional male, I will admit that ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Classic, ESPN News and ESPN 8 “The Ocho” are the first several channels that I flip to upon turning on my TV.Read more
There are a few topics of discussion that are bound to come up time and time again during your stay at UCI, including Mesa Court versus Middle Earth, how Irvine is so ridiculously safe, how Irvine has two cops within eyesight at every intersection and, most of all, how we have a science library instead of a football team.Read more
When I came to UC Irvine in the fall of 2006, I was not expecting much school spirit for athletic programs. I was not attending a school like UCLA or USC where it is customary to paint your face and tailgate before football games.
However, I acquired a certain love for UCI athletics during my freshman year when I would walk to the men’s basketball games at the Bren Events Center from my dorm in Mesa Court. I usually attended the games just to relax and talk to some friends. Every game would go down to the final minute, so there was always a reason to stay and watch.Read more
There is nothing on this earth that can keep me at UC Irvine after I am done with classes on a Friday. I may have met the one and only exception to this on May 29, 2009. On this date, my hometown California State University, Fresno State Bulldogs took on my UCI Anteaters, in an NCAA Regional baseball game. I could not pass up the chance of a lifetime to see who would win out for my entire love in collegiate sports, even though the Lakers were playing for a chance to go to the NBA Finals. I felt as if I needed to make a decision once and for all. Do I go with past or present? I had some serious soul searching to do at Anteater Ballpark.Read more