The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 6, 1988 · Page 33
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San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, March 6, 1988
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C4 The Sun . SUNDAY, March 6. 1988 Cal State women end season with 84-59 loss Special to The Sun MOORHEAD, Minn. Cal State San Bernardino's women's basketball team concluded a tough weekend at the NCAA Division III West Regionals here with an 84-59 loss to Cal State Stanislaus in the third-place game Saturday. San Bernardino which had lost to the nation's second-ranked Division III team, regional host Concordia, Minn., 85-61 in the first round Friday finished its season w ith a 23-5 record. Junior forward Lori Peters scored 15 points and brought clown 11 rebounds for San Bernardino in Saturday's loss. Junior guard Jenone Bell added 13 points for the Coyotes, while sophomore forwards Teri Paine and Tammy Shearer had 10 points each. Kirsten Dumford and Karen Weststeyn, a pair of sophomore forwards, led Stanislaus with 20 and 18 points, respectively. Dumford also had 13 rebounds. San Bernardino trailed only 37-33 at halftime, but Stanislaus went on a 13-2 run to start the second half, breaking the game open. The Coyotes nev er got clos er than 14 points after that. For San Bernardino, it was a replay of Friday's loss in w hich it trailed only 35-32 at halftime, only to see Concordia go on a 17-2 run to start the second half. On Saturday, San Bernardino was victimized by poor shooting. The Coyotes made only 34 percent of their Held goal attempts (21-for-61) and were a dismal 7-of-30 in the second half. Stanislaus shot 49 percent for the game (34-for-69). The Coyotes also came out on the short end of a 51-40 rebounds count. "Our shooting and their out-rebounding us made the difference," said San Bernardino coach Jo Anne Bly. "The outside shooting for Stanislaus was working all night." Despite the two lopsided defeats, Bly said her team's stay at the regional was a valuable one. "By participating and learning from this experience, it will help us to return next year," she said. Concordia defeated St. Thomas of Minnesota 77-58 in the regional title game Saturday to ad-vance to the national quarterfinals, which it will host next weekend. Cal State splits vs. La Verne SAN BERNARDINO Junior outfielder Perry Amador was 4-for-4 with a double and three runs in game two of Cal State San Bernardino's double-header against La Verne at Fis-calini Field. The Coyotes won the nightcap by a 13-1 score, but lost in the opener, 9-6. Senior right-hander Colt Larson won game two for Cal State (11-2-1), while freshman righthander Brian Parsons takes the loss for game one. Coyotes' junior left fielder Pat Walker was 3-for-o w ith a double, a solo homer and two RBI in the first game. Junior Yale Fowler also had a home run in the opener. Juniors Eric Peterson and Steve Costa hit homers in the finale for Cal State. 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Senior Bobby Diaz (2-3) picked up the win in the first game striking out five and walking seven. Sophomore Keith Perry (2-1 ) won game two. Redlands (5-5-1) plavs host to Pt. Loma Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. z zr MX L Our most economically priced steel belted tire. Radial tire mileage, traction, handling Road Hazard Warranty Available urn UCR wins two -vs. So. Utah f RIVERSIDE Senior shortstop Matt Beltran hit two doubles in the opener and a solo home run in the nightcap as UC Riverside swept a doubleheader from Southern Utah State by scores of 10-9 and 1-0 Saturday at Highlander Field. Beltran doubled in one run in theeighth inningand later scored the tying run in UCR's comeback. The shortstop then hammered a 3-2 pitch over left field to lead off game two with a homer the only run of a six-inning game cut short because of darkness. ffl""''! '''' HERE'S WHAT WE DO: 1. Computer balance all 4 wheels 2. Rotate 4 tires 3. 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Richard Pickowitz picked up (he first-game win in relief. Mike Costello. an Aquinas High School graduate, won game two. The Highlanders evened their record at 11-11. UCR women lose to CSUN NORT1IRI DGE For the second time in as many days. L'C Riverside softball fell to Cal State Northridge in a California Collegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader and was no-hit in the first game as the Highlanders lost by scores of 7-0 and 9-3. Teri Perry took the loss in the first game for UCR, which tumbled to 0-4 in the CCAA and 6-12-1 overall. The Highlanders will face Chapman at 2 p.m. Tuesday in a road game. Laura Fay takes the loss for the second game. Ann Schriener, Perry, and Stephanie Johnson each singled in runs in a last-ditch effort in the ninth inning of game two for UCR. Gal State wins golf tourney title LA JOLLA Senior Chip Nelson fired a 148 to lead all golfers in his division and pace Cal Slate San Bernardino to first place Saturday in the Division III portion of the Southern California Intercollegiate Golf Championships at Torrey Pines Golf Club. Cal State beat a nine-team Division III field knocking off second-place University of Red-lands by nine strokes. Cal State had 615; Redlands 626. , Nelson's total tied him for second overall in the tourney, which includes golfers and teams from Division I and II as well. Cal State (9-2) will participate in the UC San Diego Tournament Monday at the Stardust Golf Course in San Diego. m"". :lf jfnittte V- m DODGERS vs. oubs Cardinals (NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS) Sunday, May 1,1 988 1:05 p.m. e RESERVED TICKETS $4. (A $2 Discount) e Seats behind first base, e First come, first served, e Offer limited to first 1000 tickets, e Offer expires April 1. Tickets on sale weekdays at Cashier Window of The Sun, 399 N. D St., San Bernardino from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. OR order by mail (see coupon). For group sales of 40 or more tickets, contact The Sun's Marketing Services Department, (714) 889-9666, ext. 393 weekdays. It's the 2nd annual San Bernardino County Sun-Day at Dodger Stadium Complete and mail this coupon with check or nioney order and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Dodgers, co Marketing Services Department. San Bernardino County Sun, 399 N. D St San Bernardino. Calif. 92401 . Make checks payable to The Sun. Kl Zip: - nat ic, (S) Address City: Daytime phone: Number of tickets desired at $4 each: . MAIL REQUESTS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MARCH 25! r?',',w"l"Mlt"-' !i f"MIMMIMMI"r'M.;Hl ' " 1 1 """"I Each ticket holder will receive a souvenir pin commemorating the Dodgers' past National League stolen base champions Davey Lopes and Maury Wills when they enter the gate on San Bernardino County Sun-Day.

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