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  1. New sea slug species discoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Dear Kitty

    Nudibranchs are marine slugs that come in a variety of whimsical colors. They are found throughout the world ocean from surface waters to the deep sea.


  2. Reynaud Inducted into AVCA Hall of Fame at 2018 ConventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Florida State Seminoles

    Former Florida State volleyball head coach Dr. Cecile Reynaud was officially inducted into the American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame 2017 class on Thursday at the AVCA Convention at this year's Final Four site, Minneapolis. Reynaud's class of four makes a total of 77 members in the AVCA Hall of Fame.


  3. Sidelines: Chico State's Bekah Boyle named to Google Cloud Academic All-America teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Following a season in which Boyle had a career-high 324 kills for the Wildcats, she was named to the Second Team Google Cloud Academic All-America team Tuesday. Boyle qualified for the award, given out by the College Sports Information Directors of America, when she was named First Team Google Cloud Academic All-District in November.


  4. UCR coach David Patrick had a better time watching Dijkstra grab key rebound after key rebound.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Press-Enterprise

    It was a night when UC Riverside center Menno Dijkstra dunked, which - putting aside his 7-foot height - happens as often as 100-degree days in his native Netherlands. And his mother and grandparents never left the country to see it.


  5. With season a third complete, Gators boast elite defense stats showRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Golden Gate Xpress

    With a third of their season behind them, the SF State men's basketball team currently sits at 6-3 on the season and 3-2 in the CCAA conference play. Led by a defensive-minded team effort, the Gators have the eighth-best scoring defense in the nation, holding opponents to 62.6 points per game.


  6. Dying man's memory of defunct Upland restaurant's lasagna inspires request - and unusual responseRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Barbara Kirkpatrick holds some DiCenso's lasagna for her husband, Jack, who is dying of ALS. A batch of the lasagna was made by a member of the DiCenso family.


  7. Brent's Club Honors Son Lost to DrugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | NBC Los Angeles

    For attorney Robert Shapiro and his wife, losing their son Brent 13 years ago to drugs was a horrible tragedy. But from that tragedy grew something remarkable - the Brent Shapiro Foundation for drug prevention.


  8. On Campus: Adam Reeves named NCAA Division II West Region coach of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | The Press-Enterprise

    Eventually, the secret that is Cal Poly Pomona's men's soccer team will get out and someone further up the coaching food chain will snap up head coach Adam Reeves. But in the meantime, Reeves and his staff will content themselves with their second consecutive NCAA Division II West Region Coaching Staff of the Year.


  9. Two-game road trip awaits Gators against UC San Diego and Cal State San MarcosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Golden Gate Xpress

    After their stifling defensive win against Chico State on Saturday night, the SF State men's basketball team will face off against No. 10 UC San Diego on Thursday, Dec. 6, and Cal State San Marcos on Saturday, Dec. 8. The first game of the week will mark the second game against a nationally-ranked opponent for the Gators, who are 5-2 this season.


  10. Lawson and Williams named Gator Players of the Week for Nov. 26 to Dec. 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Golden Gate Xpress

    The SF State Department of Athletics has named center Ryne Williams and men's cross country runner John Lawson as players of the week for Nov. 26 to Dec. 2. The latter, a senior computer science major, concluded his season with a No. 53 placing at the NCAA Division II Cross Country National Championship on Friday, Dec. 1. Lawson gained 46 positions between the first and second splits.


  11. CSUSB Awarded $1 Million STEM Grant by National Science FoundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Inland Empire California

    San Bernardino, CA - Cal State San Bernardino has received a National Science Foundation grant of nearly $1 million to increase the number of female and underrepresented minority faculty in its science, technology, engineering and mathematics departments. The NSF grant, ADVANCE - Increasing the Participation and Advancement of Women in Academic Science and Engineering Careers - is a result of the findings of a special CSUSB Diversity and Equity in Promotion, Tenure and Hiring task force, commissioned to identify the causes of inequities in STEM participation of faculty.


  12. Holy Name of Mary Parish Hall in San Dimas is blessed, dedicatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2015 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Father Rich Danyluk , senior pastor of Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church in San Dimas, dedicates the new Sacred Hearts Hall during a special ceremony following Mass Sunday. Parishioners at Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church in San Dimas look at and take pictures of dedication bricks outside the churches newly built Sacred Hearts Hall following a special dedication ceremony Sunday.


  13. West Chester University falls short in NCAA Division 2 championshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 2 | The Brotherly Game

    Senior defender Sami Phelps reacts to West Chester University's loss in the NCAA Division 2 final at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh on December 1, 2018 For about an hour on a rainy day at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh on Saturday, it looked like West Chester University would hold onto an early 1-0 lead and have a large and shiny souvenir to bring home for their drive back to campus on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Those hopes were dashed with a pair of late goals in a six-minute span that flipped the script on a dream postseason run for the Golden Rams that included knocking off the undefeated defending champs en route to the program's first trip to a final four in five decades.


  14. West Chester United part of success story for West Chester UniversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | The Brotherly Game

    They have the same initials, they're both based in the same town and now two amateur soccer teams based in West Chester can claim that they've made it all the way to a national final in the same year. West Chester United fell short in its attempt to bring the National Amateur Cup trophy back to the Philadelphia region for the first time since 1974 over the summer at the final in Wisconsin.


  15. Men's basketball look to win at home against nationally-ranked Cal...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Golden Gate Xpress

    The SF State men's basketball team will complete the back end of their three-game homestand this week, with games against the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos Thursday night and the Chico State Wildcats Saturday afternoon. Coming off a 78-76 win against Cal State Monterey Bay on Friday, Nov. 23, their first game of conference play, the Gators now sit at 4-1 overall and 1-0 in CCAA conference play.


  16. NCAA Division II Men: West Chester reaches final for first time since 1961Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | Soccer America

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  17. Golden goal sends West Chester University to first national final since 1961Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 29 | The Brotherly Game

    West Chester University is one win away from a national championship in men's soccer for the first time since 1961 after a come-from-behind 2-1 overtime win in Pittsburgh on Thursday afternoon. Jason Pixley headed home a Daniel Grindrod pass in the fifth minute of the first overtime to keep the Golden Rams' season alive and set up a national title match on Saturday against Barry University, which advanced on penalties after a scoreless draw with top seed Fort Hayes State earlier on Thursday.


  18. Pomona police to hold a DUI checkpoint FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Temple Ave. near Valley Blvd. in Pomona, Calif. was blocked off. A campus parking officer has been killed and a suspect fatally wounded in an officer-involved shooting at Cal Poly Pomona, Calif.


  19. SF State scores most points since 1997 in 102-92 victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Golden Gate Xpress

    SF State women's basketball scored the most points since 1997 in their 102-92 victory against the Academy of Art Urban Knights on Sunday, Nov. 25. SF State had a 2-0 lead before the game started because the Academy of Art did not submit their lineup in time and was given a technical foul. Senior forward Jhaina Stephens made the two free throws before the game to give the Gators the early lead.


  20. Northwood boys basketball team being led by interim coach while Tim O'Brien continues recoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 27 | The Wave

    Interim Northwood boys basketball coach Yousof Etemadi, kneeling, talks to his players during a timeout Saturday. Northwood's boys basketball team is starting the season without long-time coach Tim O'Brien, who continues his recovery from cancer, which he was diagnosed with on April 9. Northwood officials are expecting O'Brien, who has been the Timberwolves' coach for 14 seasons over two stints, to return to the bench to guide the team, but he doesn't known when.