DAY IN SPORTS: CLU WILL LEARN TODAY WHETHER IT MOVES ON.Byline: Daily News
Now comes the waiting.
Cal Lutheran, ranked No. 3 in the NCAA NCAA
National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III
Division III (or DIII) is a division of the National Collegiate Athletic Association of the United States. men's soccer poll, concluded regular-season play Saturday with a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference-clinching win to enhance its chances of postseason participation - perhaps as a regional host next weekend.
But the Dan Kuntz-coached Kingsmen (14-5) won't know their playoff fate until 7 p.m. today, when the NCAA selection committee announces the four entries for Wednesday's sub-regional tournament and the two automatic seeds into the regional final scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.
The CLU (language) CLU - (CLUster) An object-oriented programming language developed at MIT by Liskov et al in 1974-1975.
CLU is an object-oriented language of the Pascal family designed to support data abstraction, similar to Alphard. players can wait as winners, having secured the school's third straight SCIAC SCIAC SIGINT Correlation Integration & Analysis Capability title - and sixth in eight years - with a 3-2 conference win at Claremont.
Oskar Kantoft provided the game-winner with his 13th goal of the season - a rebound shot that capped a three-goal first-half surge - and Charlie Nobel and Scott Porter also scored as the Kingsmen finished 9-1 to Claremont's 8-2 SCIAC record.
CLU's other hopeful: Coach Jim Park's Cal Lutheran women's volleyball team also will learn its postseason fate today, and the Regals (21-2) have good numbers working in their favor after earning the school's fourth SCIAC title with the first 12-0 conference mark of the 1990s.
Monarchs win title: Stephanie Hammer scored three goals and goalie Melissa Minkey had 11 saves to lead Valley College (14-1-1) to a 6-5 win over Ventura (10-9) in the championship game of the Western State Conference women's water polo tournament at Citrus College.
Mustangs advance: Rusty Brooke's game-winning goal got The Master's College past host Christian Heritage 3-2 in the championship game of the Far West Independents tournament, advancing coach Jim Rickard's Mustangs (12-5-3) into the NAIA NAIA
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletes men's soccer tournament. Christian Heritage finished 15-6.
49ers take title: Misty May had 12 digs and Anja Grabovac 10 digs as the undefeated Long Beach State women's volleyball team capitalized on strong defense to defeat UC Santa Barbara 15-9, 15-5, 15-6 and win the Western Division of the Big West Conference. The 49ers improved to 24-0, 14-0, while UCSB UCSB University of California at Santa Barbara
UCSB University of Casual Sex and Beer fell to 22-5, 11-3.
In other women's volleyball play, Sarah MCFarland had 10 kills and Jeanette Becker 20 assists as Loyola Marymount (16-7) improved to 7-4 in West Coast Conference play with a 15-4, 15-5, 15-5 sweep of San Francisco (1-23, 0-10).
Trojans hold off Cardinal: Top-ranked USC An abbreviation for U.S. Code. jumped out to a 6-2 lead and held on for a 15-13 men's water polo win over visiting Stanford. The Trojans, NCAA runner-ups last season, improved to 18-1 overall and 6-1 in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation is a college athletic conference whose member teams are located in the western United States. The conference participates in the NCAA's Division I. .
In nonconference men's water polo, Jeremy Pope and Chris Tilden scored three goals apiece to lead defending NCAA champion Pepperdine (8-9) to a 12-6 win over Long Beach State.