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Former La Jolla High player picked No. 5 in MLB Draft

Kyle Zimmer, who was picked No. 5 by the Kansas City Royals on Monday night.

It was only a few years ago when Kyle Zimmer played his high school baseball in La Jolla. On Monday night, the former Viking standout, and current right-handed pitcher at the University of San Francisco, was selected No. 5 in the Major League Baseball Draft by the Kansas City Royals.

Triton baseball players earn All-America honors

Danny Susdorf was named a Third Team All-American by the NCBWA. UCSD photo

Postseason awards continued to roll in for the UC San Diego baseball team Tuesday as outfielder Danny Susdorf and starting pitcher Ryan Goodbrand earned All-America recognition from two outlets.

UC San Diego hires former WNBA coach to lead women’s team

Heidi VanDerveer

Heidi VanDerveer, currently the head coach Occidental College and former head coach of the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, has been named the new head coach of the UC San Diego women’s basketball program, Director of Athletics Earl W. Edwards announced Friday.

UC San Diego’s move to Division I gets ‘no’ vote

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After a vote that took more than two weeks by UC San Diego undergraduates, the Tritions will not be moving to the highest level of college athletics.

UC San Diego women’s basketball ranked No. 1 in USA Today/ESPN coaches poll

After picking up victories over Cal State East Bay and No. 24 Cal State Monterey Bay over the weekend, the UC San Diego women’s basketball team climbed to No. 1 in the USA Today/ESPN Coaches Poll that was released on Tuesday.

Tritons debut at No. 2 in preseason poll

Anne Wethe and the Tritons will debut at No. 2 in 2011. Courtesy UCSD

The UC San Diego women’s soccer team will debut at No. 2 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Preseason Poll, it was announced Monday.

2011-12 SDSU men’s basketball tickets on sale

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San Diego State men’s basketball season tickets for the upcoming 2011-12 campaign are on sale now. Fans are encouraged to act quickly as just over 1,000 chair back seats remain.

La Jolla’s Anne Cleveland set for Hall induction

Anne Cleveland

When Anne Cleveland was a little girl growing up in La Jolla Shores, her favorite pastime was to swim past the surf line and enjoy the peace and solitude of the ocean.

UCSD’s Gaito named California Collegiate Athletic Association Female Athlete of the Year

Camille Gaito. Courtesy UCSD

Camille Gaito of the No. 1 UC San Diego softball team earned the honor of California Collegiate Athletic Association Female Athlete of the Year, it was announced Tuesday by conference officials. Gaito becomes UC San Diego’s second straight and fourth student-athlete overall to be honored as the conference’s top women’s athlete.

Tritons crowned national champs

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For Patti Gerckens, the journey began 19 years ago. She was a young coach from New Jersey who inherited a program that had seen four head coaches in the previous six seasons. She had one part-time assistant. The team went 6-28 in her first season.

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