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Coale calls timeout to hopefully rejuvenate her squad with just nine minutes to play. OU leads with 9: I say tall, but she'swhich is tall for one of UK's guards. OU can't miss and Kentucky can't hold the ball long enough to do damage. Oklahoma leads with The Sooners can cruise if Robinson's doesn't pick up a fourth foul. Stevenson's scored seven of OU's 11 this half and has 24 tonight.
Still no Ashley Judd, though. Oklahoma ran to the locker room at halftime to find the doors locked. Guess we'll be drawing plays in the sand for the rest of the night. Stevenson didn't show up late to this party either, scoring 17 first-half points to counter SEC Player of the Year Victoria Dunlap's Oklahoma shooting 64 percent from the field compared to Kentucky's 45 percent. Neither team especially hot from beyond the arc with OU 2-of-9 and UK 2-for Kentucky holds the rebounding advantagebut the 'Cats corralled the first five of the game, so its been to OU's advantage for the most recent part of the game.
Inconsistent whistling making Kentucky play a little outside the bounds of the rules when it comes to contact. Both teams very proficient in free throw shooting tonight. Stevenson playing the inside game to perfection tonight after hitting everything beyond the arc Sunday.
Twelve of Stevenson's 15 points coming from less than four feet away. No defense for that on a 3-pointer shooter. Too much speed from Robinson, as she's become accustomed to taking the double-team.
Oklahoma leads at half, Stevenson playing one of her best perimeter defense games of the season, getting her second steal -- and third fast-break layup off a turnover -- this game. Oklahoma 34, Kentucky 32 - 3: Thompson baits Dunlap into taking a swipe at the ball and dribble behind the back and hits her jumper.
UK turns it over again as Smith bumps into Robinson and loses her focus. Mitchell calls time as Stevenson flashes in the paint and plays catch-and-shoot with Roethlisberger's dish.
The pressure gets to Kentucky again and they turn it over by OU's bench. Robinson's swooping layup makes it a one-possession game -- this is against the UK starters, by the way, who checked in after the last timeout. UK misses another jumper and Thompson corrals the ball. Stevenson hammered and hits the deck on her 3 attempt, but no whistle. Robinson finds Stevenson streaking down the court for an easy fast-break layup, tying the game; then steals a pass at midcourt and gets the And 1.
The All-American point guard taking over. Thompson screams, "let's go! Oklahoma leads7: Robinson regroups the team out of the bench huddle to calm the nerves. OU still not getting block outs and Coale sends Roethlisberger in for Hartman.
OU finally gets a rebound and McFarland hands off to Robinson, but OU loses the handle for the third straight possession and Kentucky goes up Five turnovers for OU before Thompson finally breaks the streak and hits a jumper. Mitchell sends in a trio of 'Cats to give starters a quick rest before the next media break. Thompson goes into warrior mode -- hitting a 3 and getting a defensive rebound.
McFarland tagged for a second foul and Olajuwon returns to the game as free throws put UK up Olajuwon finds the net and Kentucky misses. Thompson's jumper is short and Roethlisberger gets the rebound, goes up and is fouled.
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Great fight from Carlee under the rim. Holds UCSB record for most three-point baskets in a career with Ranks in he top in 10 career statistical categories Holds UCSB record for points in a game with Holds UCSB record for three-pointers in a season with 94 Holds UCSB record for free throw percentage in a season at One of four players in UCSB history to score or more points in a season more than once Along with Amy Smith, was part of the highest scoring duo in school history when they combined for 1, points in Works as a firefighter-paramedic for the Newport Beach Fire Department.
School record holder in the discus, hammer, javelin, and yard Widely considered UCSB's greatest all-around athlete. Richard Anderson Basketball Outstanding four-year career placed him among the top five career leaders in the following categories: Jeff Antoon Baseball A four-year starter for the Gauchos Played three years at third base and one year at first base Selected Second Team All-District in Ranks in eight of UCSB's offensive career top-ten lists Ranks second all time in hitsdoubles 67and home runs Ranks third all time in at bats and games played Holds UCSB record for doubles in a single season with Ranks in five other school single season top-tens Drafted by the Kansas City Royals.
Dave Barber Golf Amateur: Played in the No. Set Bakersfield Country Club course record of 63 in Single game scoring record of 30 points Leading scorer in All-CCAA selection in Posted a record of over his twelve seasons, a winning percentage of. His average of Had five top-three league finishes Inhe guided the Gauchos to their best single season record ever, Over a seven-year period, his UCSB teams averaged 18 wins per season Barkey's teams produced 15 all-conference players Seven of his players were drafted into the National Basketball Association Set what was then a school record with nine straight wins during the season Guided the Gaucho program to six straight winning seasons, a school record.
Corky Barrett Football A four-year letterwinner A two-time Small College All-American selection Captained the squad Continued to play in the Canadian and Continental Football Leagues, First Team All-Big West in Second Team All-Big West in UCSB's third all-time leading scorer with 1, points Ranks among the top six in 13 UCSB career statistical lists Selected to the East-West All-Star match One of five Gauchos to record over 1, kills in a career Single season record holder in kills Single season record holder in kill average 5.
Single season record holder in total blocks Selected to play for the United States National Team One of the top WPVA beach volleyball players in Then one day in the fall ofDonn R. Bernstein plunked down his typewriter in an office near the entrance to Robertson Gym and became the oracle of Gaucho sports. The campus was never quiet again.
Bernstein had been a journalist in the Bay Area, where a football contest was not just a game, it was a Big Game, and he brought that attitude to sleepy Santa Barbara. He churned out press releases and features. He cajoled the media to come out and cover the Gauchos. He got to know every UCSB athlete.
If you wore the Blue and Gold, you became part of Bernie's family forever. It may not have been a coincidence that Bernie's second year, the Gaucho football team piled up victories and earned an invitation to the Camellia Bowl.
Bernie's stay in Gaucho land lasted for eight glorious years, ending with the tragic demise of the football program.
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But Bernie was ready for the big time, and the University of Washington made him the Husky sports publicist. Seattle was never the same again. Bernie eventually heeded a higher calling from ABC sports. He helped produce the biggest college football games every week on national TV. That job took him to a place that God invented so he'd have a suitable place to live- New York City.
Until recently, Bernie retained ownership of his legendary cabin on Del Playa Drive.
He would make regular visits and entertain his Gaucho Family. He never forgot them. And they'll never forget him.
In addition, he was presented the "Tommy Trojan Award" by the University of Southern California- the first non-USC alumnus so honored - in recognition for his long service and support of college football.
Hovis Bess Named Team Captain in Fourth in all-time career scoring Three-time member of the 40 Goal Club Won a silver medal at the Olympics in South Korea.Meet the 2018-19 Pinconning girls basketball team
Captained the squad along with Mike Cobb Tabbed the team's MVP Winner of the Dave Pollock Award for outstanding athletic achievement Won the Outstanding Back Award in Carried the ball times in and times in Longest run for a touchdown was 61 yards in Holds UCSB records for: Earned All-American honors in the freestyle relay in and Earned All-American honors in the freestyle relay in At one time, had UCSB school records in the freestyle, freestyle, individual medley, backstroke, medley relay, freestyle relay, freestyle relay, and freestyle relay Competed in the Olympic Trials.
Three-year starter for the Gauchos Selected First Team All-American in Ranks sixth all time in goals scored with Ranks fourth all time in assists with Ranks sixth all time in points scored with Ranks eighth on UCSB's single season goal scoring list with 13 Ranks fifth on UCSB's single season assist list with 15 Ranks eighth on UCSB's single season point list with 41 One of just five players in school history to score 40 or more points in a season.
He never scored a touchdown, hit a home run, served an ace or assisted on a goal, but for nearly 30 years, he was one of the most valuable members of virtually all Gaucho teams. When an injury ended his football career at Western Michigan University, Harry chose to devote his professional career to athletic training.
After earning his master's degree while working as an assistant athletic trainer at the University of Utah, he moved to Santa Barbara and the rest is history. His level of dedication to the student athlete was unsurpassed. While some are more comfortable with paper work and administrative duties, Harry was more comfortable helping student-athletes. Whether he was taping ankles, rehabilitating or evaluating an injury, or just getting to know them better, he preferred to be with the athletes.
Harry understood the demands and the ins and outs of each athlete's particular sport. He would adjust his taping, bracing and rehabilitation style to fit that athlete. If he needed to improvise to get the job done, then he did so. This was just another form of his devotion to the university and its student-athletes.
He is highly respected by his peers, coaches, athletes and community. In fact, there were few, if any athletes who came through UCSB during his time that were not touched in some way by Harry Callihan.
His team went unbeaten in conference Olympian in the 1,m. An all-conference selection in football in and A member of the boxing team in Played pro football for the San Francisco 49ers First postseason National Championship Tournament Invitation Returned to graduate following a distinguished military service Scott Cerny Baseball A all-American as a second baseman Named to the all-district first team in Named to the All-West Regional team in Listed among the top in UCSB's record books in the following categories: Played professionally in the Angels organization.
Holds UCSB record for points in a career with Holds Gaucho records for most points after touchdown in a career 84single season 31and game eight Set UCSB records for most field goals in a career 13single season nineand game two His career average of Set single season punting average record at Finished third in the nation in scoring in His 75 yard punt on Sept.
Was the first punter drafted in the NFL Draft Had the NFL's longest punt in - 71 yards Holds NFL record for highest net punting average - Set UCSB records for shot put and discus in Posted a two-year record of Scored 1, career points Set a UCSB record with assists during the season Ranks first in career three-point baskets with 69, second in career assists withand fourth in career steals with Named Team Captain in His school record jump is more than four inches better than any other Gaucho high jumper has accomplished Earned All-American honors in Recorded a record during his tenure Guided UCSB to its best record ever at in One of the foremost offensive innovators in college football history Mastered the forward pass at a time when the running game dominated college football Forward Pass", he invented the shovel pass Over an year period when he coached at Utah and Stanford, Curtice coached the nation's number one passer twice and the number two passer twice In those 11 seasons, his quarterback ranked in the top-ten ten times Jim Curtice Football Threw passes in Completed passes for 15 touchdowns in Amassed 1, total yards in Threw passes in Completed passes for nine touchdowns in