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Bakersfield Blaze From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search
Bakersfield Blaze Founded in 1941 Bakersfield, California
Team Logo Cap Insignia
Class-Level High Class-A Min
or League affiliations California League North Division
Major League affiliations Texas Rangers (2005–present) Tampa Bay Devil Rays (2001-2004) San Francisco Giants (1997-2000) Co-Op (1995-1996) Los Angeles Dodgers (1984-1994) Seattle Mariners (1982-1983)
Name Bakersfield Blaze (1995–present) Bakersfield Dodgers (1984-1994) Bakersfield Mariners (1982-1983)
Ballpark Sam Lynn Ballpark
Minor League titles
League titles 2 (1970, 1989)
Owner(s)/Operated by: DG Elmore Manager: Damon Berryhill General Manager: Shawn Schoolcraft The Bakersfield Blaze are a minor league baseball team in Bakersfield, California, USA. They are a "high-A" class team in the California League, and are a farm team of the Texas Rangers. The Bakersfield Blaze play home games at Sam Lynn Ballpark. Opened in 1941, the stadium is well known for facing the setting sun and its shallow 354-foot center field fence, and seats 3,500 fans. Their mascot is "Heater" the Dragon.
Contents 1 Notable former Bakersfield players 2 Year-by-Year Record 3 Current Roster 4 Blaze extinguished? 5 References Links 6 External links
Notable former Bakersfield players Josh Hamilton Rocco Baldelli Pedro Martínez Hideo Nomo Mike Piazza Jose Offerman Eric Karros Don Drysdale
Year-by-Year Record Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs 1941 73-67 3rd Frank Morehouse / Les Powers Lost in 1st round 1942 22-45 4th Jack Colbern / Rex Cecil / Lee Dempsey League suspended operations on June 28 1946 72-58 3rd Martin Metrovich / Tony Governor Lost in 1st round 1947 66-74 5th Tony Governor 1948 70-70 5th (t) Harry Griswold 1949 85-54 1st Harry Griswold Lost in 1st round 1950 61-79 6th Harry Griswold 1951 58-89 8th Wellington Quinn 1952 70-70 5th Gene Lillard 1953 75-65 2nd Ray Perry Lost in 1st round 1954 80-60 2nd (t) Ray Perry Lost in 1st round 1955 61-85 5th Doc Alexson 1956 48-92 8th Art Lilly / Dick Wilson 1957 64-75 6th Dick Wilson / Babe Herman 1958 84-55 2nd Paul Owens Lost in 1st round 1959 70-71 4th Paul Owens Lost League Finals 1960 74-66 3rd Lou Kahn 1961 82-58 2nd Lou Kahn 1962 67-72 6th (t) Bob Wellman 1963 78-62 2nd Bob Wellman 1964 56-83 8th Moose Johnson 1965 66-74 5th Dick Teed 1966 68-72 6th Dick Teed 1967 70-68 4th Nolan Campbell 1968 61-79 7th Don Williams 1969 67-73 6th Don LeJohn 1970 93-46 1st Don LeJohn League Champs
1971 56-82 8th Don LeJohn 1972 88-52 1st Don LeJohn Lost League Finals 1973 70-70 4th George Freese Lost League Finals 1974 65-75 5th George Freese 1975 60-80 8th Ron Brand 1978 48-92 8th George Culver 1979 63-77 9th Ron Mihal 1982 64-76 8th Ken Pape 1983 68-72 6th Greg Mahlberg 1984 68-72 4th Don LeJohn Lost League Finals 1985 65-80 6th Mel Queen 1986 40-102 10th Don LeJohn 1987 78-65 4th Kevin Kennedy 1988 71-71 6th Gary LaRocque 1989 82-60 3rd Tim Johnson League Champs 1990 80-62 3rd Tom Beyers Lost League Finals 1991 85-51 2nd Tom Beyers Lost in 1st round 1992 68-68 7th Tom Beyers 1993 42-94 10th Rick Dempsey 1994 69-67 5th John Shelby 1995 58-82 8th (t) Greg Mahlberg 1996 39-101 10th Graig Nettles 1997 62-78 8th Glenn Tufts / Keith Bodie 1998 49-91 10th Frank Reberger 1999 64-76 7th Keith Comstock 2000 80-60 2nd Lenn Sakata Lost in 1st round 2001 71-69 5th (t) Charlie Montoyo Lost in 2nd round* 2002 69-72 6th (t) Charlie Montoyo 2003 70-70 8th Omer Munoz 2004 59-81 8th Mako Oliveras 2005 68-72 7th Arnie Beyeler 2006 58-82 10th Carlos Subero 2007 57-83 9th Carlos Subero 2008 n/a n/a Damon Berryhill
Current Roster Bakersfield Blaze roster v • d • e Players Coaches Pitchers 15 Ryan Falcon 38 Josh Giles 29 Kasey Kiker 34 Josh Lueke 23 Zachary Phillips 18 Omar Poveda 44 Evan Reed 25 Daniel Sattler -- John Slusarz † 11 Jordan Stewart 9 Glenn Swanson † disabled list ‡ temporary inactive list Roster updated May 30, 2008
Catchers 21 Chris Gradoville Infielders
99 Mauro Gomez 1 Marcus Lemon 12 John Whittleman Outfielders
22 Grant Gerrard 6 K.C. Herren 32 Truan Mehl Manager -- Damon Berryhill Coaches -- David Chavarria (pitching) 37 Brant Brown (hitting)
Blaze extinguished? The Bakersfield Californian is reporting that the Blaze could very well be leaving the California League and relocate to Fayetteville, North Carolina. Fellow league team the High Desert Mavericks are also rumored to be leaving and could relocate to Richmond, Virginia. But they are being dismissed as just rumors.
Rumors also suggest that should this move take place, the Golden Baseball League could put a new team in Bakersfield.
References Links Blaze extinguished? (The Bakersfield Californian, August 2, 2008)
External links Bakersfield Blaze official website Bakersfield Blaze official MySpace page
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Sports teams based in The Central Valley Baseball PCL: Fresno Grizzlies • Sacramento River Cats - CL: Bakersfield Blaze • Modesto Nuts • Stockton Ports • Visalia Oaks - GBL: Chico Outlaws Basketball NBA: Sacramento Kings - WNBA: Sacramento Monarchs - D-League: Bakersfield Jam Football af2: Central Valley Coyotes • Stockton Lightning - IWFL: Sacramento Sirens Hockey ECHL: Bakersfield Condors • Fresno Falcons • Stockton Thunder Soccer PASL-Pro: Stockton Cougars - PDL: Bakersfield Brigade • Fresno Fuego - NPSL: Sacramento Knights - WPSL: F.C. Sacramento Pride Tennis WTT: Sacramento Capitals College athletics (NCAA Div. I) Fresno State Bulldogs • Pacific Tigers • Sacramento State Hornets • UC Davis Aggies
Main Article: Sports in California
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Bakersfield Brigade From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Bakersfield Brigade Full name Bakersfield Brigade Nickname(s) The Legion Founded 2005 Ground Bakersfield Christian HS Stadium (Capacity: 4,422) Chairman Jeff Thorn Manager Francisco Gomez League USL Premier Development League 2008 7th, Southwest Division
Bakersfield Brigade are an American soccer team, founded in 2005. The team is a member of the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, and plays in the Southwest Division of the Western Conference against teams from Calabasas, Costa Mesa, Fresno, Glendora, La Mirada, Lancaster, San Francisco, San Jose and Ventura. They play their home games in the stadium on the campus of Bakersfield Christian High School in the city of Bakersfield, California. The team's colors are black, red and white. The Brigade is coached by 8-year MLS veteran Francisco Gomez. Gomez was a member of the U-17 and U-20 US national team, and played in the 2000 MLS Cup game for Kansas City Wizards. Former US national team star and ESPN broadcaster Eric Wynalda is a current member of the Brigade squad.
The club also fields a team in the USL’s Super-20 League, a league for players 17 to 20 years of age run under the United Soccer Leagues umbrella.
Contents [hide] 1 2008 Roster 2 Year-by-year 3 Competition History 4 Notable former players 5 Coaches 6 Stadia 7 Average Attendance 8 External links
2008 Roster No. Position Player 1 GK Eric Franco 2 MF Jay Gore 3 DF Cameron Walters 4 MF Rene Corona 5 MF Jacob Hustedt 6 DF Jason Ashurst 7 MF Leonardo Munoz 8 DF Esteban Arias 9 MF Jordan Thorn 12 FW Dan Chilton 14 MF Carlos Fernandez 15 FW Jose Garcia 16 MF Wes Feighner 17 MF Ryan Gay 18 GK Justin Thorn No. Position Player 20 DF Craig Stant 21 MF Manny Guzman 23 MF Mario Fernandez 24 FW Kenneth Taylor Jr. 25 DF Steven Marshall 26 FW Quincy Amarikwa 29 MF Michael Galland DF Andrew Friel MF Francisco Gomez MF Aron Lopez FW Santiago Aguilera Navarro GK Ryan Schmitz DF Erasmo Solorzano FW Eric Wynalda
Year-by-year Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs Open Cup 2005 4 USL PDL 5th, Southwest Did not qualify Did not qualify 2006 4 USL PDL 7th, Southwest Did not qualify Did not qualify 2007 4 USL PDL 8th, Southwest Did not qualify 1st Round 2008 4 USL PDL 7th, Southwest Did not qualify Did not qualify
Competition History The Brigade made their debut in PDL competition in 2005 under head coach Jay Gore, but lost their first competitive game 1-0 to the visiting California Gold. During their first season, Brigade were generally better on the road than they were at home, registering victories over San Diego, Nevada and Southern California Seahorses. Brigade missed out on qualifying for the post-season, finishing 5th in the division and ranked 32nd nationally, despite a comprehensive last-day victory over California Gold. Their season top scorer was CSU Bakersfield striker Lyle Martin, who notched up 5 goals. 2006 was a similar story. A strong season start saw the Brigade register victories over San Diego and Southern California Seahorses, but inconsistency at home in the mid-season again ended the team's playoff hopes fairly early, following five defeats in six games at their home home at Bakersfield Christian High School. Brigade finished the season in 7th place; Lyle Martin again led the team's offense, registering 9 goals and 2 assists. 2007 saw a change in leadership and a change in goalkeeper - Jay Gore was replaced by 8-year MLS veteran Francisco Gomez as head coach, USMNT legend Eric Wynalda came on board as an advisor, and shot-stopper Kyle Reynish was drafted by Real Salt Lake; early season, the Brigade's new team seemed to be working, with season-opening victories over Fresno Fuego and Orange County Blue Star bringing them a first ever US Open Cup qualification. Sadly, Brigade's cup dreams ended with a first round 2-0 defeat to USL-1 side Portland Timbers. Similarly, a late-season collapse ended Brigade's playoff hopes quickly - the team suffered six defeats in seven games, including a 5-0 demolition away to Los Angeles Storm, despite Wynalda taking to the field himself for 24 minutes in the Storm return fixture. Brigade finished the season in 8th place; top scorer Santiago Aguilera Navarro scored an impressive 8 goals and 5 assists.
Notable former players Desmond Brooks Lyle Martin Tino Nuñez Kyle Reynish
Coaches Jay Gore 2005-06 Francisco Gomez 2007-date
Brigade's current stadium at Bakersfield Christian High SchoolStadium at Bakersfield Christian High School, Bakersfield, California 2005-date
Average Attendance 2008: 884 2007: 806 (7th highest in PDL) 2006: 697 (10th highest in PDL) 2005: 434
External links Bakersfield Brigade USL Premier Development League - Southwest v • d • e Bakersfield Brigade • Fresno Fuego • Lancaster Rattlers • Los Angeles Legends • Orange County Blue Star • San Fernando Valley Quakes • San Francisco Seals • San Jose Frogs • Southern California Seahorses • Ventura County Fusion
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USSF Men's team Women's team List of clubs Men's U20 team Men's U23 team MNT Stats Venues, (cap) League system SSS Champions History
Leagues MLS USL First Division USL Second Division PDL WPS USL Super-20 PASL-Pro PASL-Premier NPSL/WPSL PCSL W-League NISL XSL
American Cup Competitions Open Cup MLS Cup Southwest Cup George F. Donnelly Cup
College athletics (NCAA Div. I) Fresno State Bulldogs • Pacific Tigers • Sacramento State Hornets • UC Davis Aggies
Main Article: Sports in California
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Bakersfield Condors From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Bakersfield Condors
City: Bakersfield, California League: ECHL Conference: National Conference Division: Pacific Division Founded: 1995 Home Arena: Rabobank Arena Colors: Maroon, Tan, Black, Grey, Green, White
Owner(s): Jonathan Fleisig General Manager: Matt Riley Head Coach: Marty Raymond Media: KGEO 1230 Affiliates: Anaheim Ducks (NHL) Iowa Chops (AHL) Franchise history 1995 to 1998: Bakersfield Fog 1998 to present: Bakersfield Condors Championships Regular Season Titles: 0 Division Championships: 0 Conference Championships: 0 Kelly Cups: 0
The Bakersfield Condors are a minor league ice hockey team based in Bakersfield, California. The team plays in the Pacific Division of the ECHL's National Conference. As of May 21, 2008, the Condors are affiliated with the Anaheim Ducks. The Condors play home games at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, until recently known as Centennial Garden. Originally known as the Bakersfield Fog, the team was founded in 1995 as a charter member of the West Coast Hockey League. The team assumed its current name in 1998 and joined the ECHL in 2003.
Contents 1 Season-by-season record 2 Current Roster 3 Team captains 4 Hall of Famers 5 NHLers 6 Notable players 7 Retired numbers 8 Miscellaneous 8.1 Team Highs 8.2 Infamous moments 9 References 10 External links
Season-by-season record Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, SOL = Shootout Losses, PTS = Points, PCT = Winning Percentage, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes
Records as of October 30, 2006. 
Season League Division GP W L T OTL SOL PTS PCT GF GA PIM Coach(es) Result 1995-96 WCHL WCHL 58 24 29 0 5 0 53 0.414 271 323 1439 Keith Gretzky Out of Playoffs 1996-97 WCHL WCHL 64 33 26 0 5 0 71 0.516 345 325 2061 Keith Gretzky Lost in round 1 1997-98 WCHL WCHLS 64 22 37 0 5 0 49 0.344 226 330 1949 Keith Gretzky Lost in round 1 1998-99 WCHL WCHLS 70 21 40 0 9 0 51 0.300 213 308 2010 Kevin MacDonald Lost in round 1 1999-00 WCHL WCHLS 72 34 29 0 9 0 77 0.472 244 272 2343 Kevin MacDonald Lost in round 1 2000-01 WCHL WCHLS 72 26 36 0 10 0 62 0.361 220 273 2147 Kevin MacDonald Lost in round 1 2001-02 WCHL WCHLS 72 32 35 0 5 0 69 0.444 213 237 1377 Paul Kelly Lost in round 1 2002-03 WCHL WCHL 72 41 22 0 9 0 91 0.569 253 186 1625 Paul Kelly Lost in round 1 2003-04 ECHL Pacific 72 25 38 9 0 0 59 0.410 201 236 1750 Paul Kelly, Martin Raymond Out of Playoffs 2004-05 ECHL West 72 40 22 10 0 0 90 0.625 232 205 1691 Martin Raymond Lost in round 1 2005-06 ECHL Pacific 72 40 26 6 0 0 86 0.597 221 222 1814 Martin Raymond Lost in round 2 2006-07 ECHL Pacific 72 41 19 12 3 9 94 0.653 270 236 1556 Martin Raymond Lost in round 2 2007-08 ECHL Pacific 72 26 37 2 7 9 61 0.424 230 280 1772 Martin Raymond Lost in round 1 Totals 3 5 837 366 379 27 64 3 824 0.437 2886 3218 22128 6 8/10 Playoff Seasons (Known)
Current Roster As of September 3, 2008. Taken from Bakersfield Condors website. 
Goaltenders # Player Catches Date of birth Place of birth 44 Yutaka Fukufuji L September 17, 1982 Kushiro, Japan Defenseman # Player Shoots Date of birth Place of birth 20 Scott Balan (V) R May 29, 1982 Red Deer, Alberta, Canada -- Martin Frechette R July 11, 1986 Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada -- Chris Kauffman (R) R April 26, 1983 Gig Harbor, Washington, USA 5 Tyler Scott L July 11, 1980 Rockville, Maryland, USA 55 Kevin Truelson (V) R January 31, 1981 Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA Forwards # Player Position Shoots Date of birth Place of birth -- Dave Bonk C L May 5, 1982 Brandon, Manitoba, Canada -- Liam Huculak RW R June 5, 1983 Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada 9 Andrew Ianiero (V) LW L January 10, 1981 Hamilton, Ontario, Canada -- Tyrel Lucas LW L March 4, 1984 Williams Lake, British Columbia, Canada 22 Tylor Michel (R) F R May 16, 1984 Sudbury, Ontario, Canada -- Matt Pope (R) F R August 5, 1984 Langley, British Columbia, Canada 32 Dale Reinhardt (R) F L March 2, 1986 Livingston, New Jersey, USA -- Dany Roussin LW L January 1, 1985 Quebec City, Quebec, Canada -- Dan Rudisuela (R) C R January 10, 1983 Sarnia, Ontario, Canada 24 Ryan Salvis (R) C L June 6, 1984 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Staff Title Staff Member Head Coach Marty Raymond Director of Hockey Operations Bob Bartlett (hockey) Assistant Coach Mark Pederson Goaltending Coach Scott Hay Head Athletic Trainer Jason Lindsey Equipment Manager John Doolan (hockey) Chairman & CEO Jonathan Fleisig Team President Matthew Riley
Team captains 2007-2008 C - Sean Venedam A - Mike Hofstrand A - Scott Balan A - David Kudelka
Hall of Famers
NHLers 9 - C Connor James (2004-05) played in two games for the Los Angeles Kings during the 2005-06 season. 44 - G Yutaka Fukufuji (2004-05) was called up on emergency basis to the Los Angeles Kings on December 15, 2006. On January 13, 2007 the Los Angeles Kings replaced goaltender Barry Brust with Fukufuji in the third period of a game against the St. Louis Blues, thus becoming the first Japanese-born player to play in an NHL game.
 Retired numbers 16 - Paul Willett 17- Paul Rosebush 26 - Glen Mears 28 - Jamie Cooke 74 - Steve Dowhy
Team Highs The Condors advanced past the 1st Round of the playoffs for the first time in their history in the 2005-06 season. They defeated the Long Beach Ice Dogs in seven games. The Condors lost in the seventh game of the next round against the Fresno Falcons, making it the longest playoff run in Condors history.
Infamous moments In the 2004-05 ECHL playoffs, Condor Ashlee Langdone checked Alaska Ace Scott Gomez (who was playing that season in the ECHL due to the NHL strike) hard, sending him hip first into the open bench door. The resulting injury, a broken pelvis, knocked Gomez out of the rest of the playoffs, and resulted in Langdone being given a boarding penalty and a one-game suspension. The incident drew a rather negative reaction due to Gomez' status as an NHL all star, and accusations arose that the hit was ordered by Condors head coach Marty Raymond, although such accusations were never substantiated.
References ^ "Condors join Ducks organization". KGET TV 17. ^ Hockeydb.com, Baskersfield Condors season statistics and records 1995-Present. ^ 2008-09 BAKERSFIELD CONDORS ROSTER
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Sports teams based in The Central Valley Baseball PCL: Fresno Grizzlies • Sacramento River Cats - CL: Bakersfield Blaze • Modesto Nuts • Stockton Ports • Visalia Oaks - GBL: Chico Outlaws Basketball NBA: Sacramento Kings - WNBA: Sacramento Monarchs - D-League: Bakersfield Jam Football af2: Central Valley Coyotes • Stockton Lightning - IWFL: Sacramento Sirens Hockey ECHL: Bakersfield Condors • Fresno Falcons • Stockton Thunder Soccer PASL-Pro: Stockton Cougars - PDL: Bakersfield Brigade • Fresno Fuego - NPSL: Sacramento Knights - WPSL: F.C. Sacramento Pride Tennis WTT: Sacramento Capitals
College athletics (NCAA Div. I) Fresno State Bulldogs • Pacific Tigers • Sacramento State Hornets • UC Davis Aggies
Main Article: Sports in California
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Bakersfield Open From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The Bakersfield Open was a golf tournament on the Nationwide Tour. It ran from 1990 to 1993. It was played at the Seven Oaks Golf Course in Bakersfield, California.
In 1993 the winner earned $27,000.
Winners NIKE Bakersfield Open
1993 Clark Dennis Ben Hogan Bakersfield Open
1992 Tom Garner 1991 Olin Browne 1990 Mike Springer
External links Bakersfield Open tournament results from GolfObserver.com - Final scores and earnings of each event played from 1990 to 1993 [hide]v • d • eFormer Nationwide Tour Events
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McMurtrey Aquatic Center From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search McMurtrey Aquatic Center City of Bakersfield
Location Bakersfield, CA Broke ground 2003 Opened August 20, 2003 Owner City of Bakersfield Construction cost $6.2 million USD Architect Rossetti architects Capacity N/A Field dimensions Olympic-sized pool (9 25-yard lanes, 9 50-meter lanes), Recreation pool (8,551 square ft) Tenants
All of Kern County The McMurtrey Aquatic Center is a state-of-the-art swimming, diving, and recreational facility for the City of Bakersfield, California, USA. It is located near Centennial Garden, newly renamed "Rabobank Arena", in downtown Bakersfield. The facility itself is combined with the Bakersfield Ice Sports Center, and has a large recreation pool as well as a heated Olympic-sized competition pool, with lifeguards on duty during business hours. The facility is regarded as one of the best swimming and diving facilities in Kern County, hosting activities such as aquatic fitness, diving, lap swim, recreation swim, scuba, water polo, and much more. The McMurtrey Aquatic Center opened in June of 2004 to a summer of over 70,000 visits. The facility hosts various local high school swim meets and is used by Bakersfield, California community members for recreational swimming. Entry is only $3.00 per visit, and if you are resident of Bakersfield, you can purchase a 30 visit pass for only $80.00. The 8,551 square foot recreation pool, features: zero depth entry, child play features, double water slides, plunge pool, diving boards, water volley ball area, and specially designed interactive wet play equipment. It's also nice to note, the recreation area includes Picnic Areas for public use and party rentals, for a small fee. A snack bar is conveniently located near the picnic area, and well-priced. Lockers, showers, and electrical outlets are also available in the two over-sized locker rooms. The heated Olympic-sized pool at the Aquatic Center has 9 25-yard lanes, 9 50-meter lanes and a pair of one and three meter diving boards. The pool's shallow end is 3 feet, 6 inches deep and the pool's deep end is 14 feet, 2 inches deep.
The McMurtreys Don McMurtrey Presenting DonationThe McMurtrey Aquatic Center was named after the McMurtrey family, a long-time resident of Bakersfield, who funded most of the project. Don McMurtrey, the family spokesperson, son of prominent residents Mac and Stella McMurtrey, and retired "joint"-CEO (with brother Jon McMurtrey) of Southern Auto Supply, stated that "..they want the complex to be a state-of-the-art facility for the community..." The family also has a special interest in providing funds for the equipment that will be needed for school swim competitions and other related activities.
News On Sunday, October 24, 2004, The McMurtrey Aquatic Center made news when four local Olympians, who had trained at the aquatics center, were honored there, with a celebration for achieving the pinnacle of success in their respective competitions during the 2004 Summer Olympics. The ceremony was hosted by Council member Sue Benham and KGET-Channel 17’s Robin Mangarin and Jim Scott. Gabe Woodward, a Stockdale High School graduate, won a bronze medal in the Men's’ 4 x 100 meter relay; Rebecca Giddens, a part-time Kernville resident, won a silver medal in the Women's’ K1 kayak slalom; Larsen Jensen, Garces Memorial High School alumnus, won a silver medal in the 1,500 meter freestyle competitive swim; and Joey Hansen, a Bakersfield High School graduate, won a gold medal in the Men's’ Eight Rowing event. The aquatics center then got recognition again on April 5, 2006, when Stuary and Misty Rex were presented with the official certificate from the Guinness Book of World Records. March 26 marked the one year anniversary of the couple who held their underwater marriage at the McMurtrey Aquatics Center. Stuart and Misty Rex were informed by the Guinness Book of World Records in November 2005 that their event, with 208 attendees, has set the world record for the largest under water wedding!
Gallery Olympic-sized Pool Recreation Pool Child Play Features Lockers Restrooms McMurtrey Commemorative Plaque Don McMurtrey Speaking herllo
Events Many national events have taken place at, or reference McMurtrey Aquatic Center. This list represents a selection of those which feature specific references to the aquatics center. Four local Olympians, who had trained at the aquatics center, where honored there on October 24, 2004, for achieving the pinnacle of success in their respective competitions. Stuart and Misty Rex made it into The Guinness Book of World Records, with their March 2005 nuptials at the aquatic center, for the largest underwater wedding ever performed.
References ^ "McMurtreys Donate For Aquatic Center". http://www.ci.bakersfield.ca.us/. Retrieved on March 13, 2003. ^ "Bakersfield City News". http://www.bakersfieldcity.us. Retrieved on October 24, 2004. ^ "Guinness World Records comes to Bakersfield". http://www.allbusiness.com. Retrieved on April 3, 2006.
External links Aquatic Center Information Page Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McMurtrey_Aquatic_Center" Categories: McMurtrey | Kern County, California | Sports in Bakersfield, California | Buildings and structures in Bakersfield, California Memorial Stadium (Bakersfield) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Memorial Stadium Location 1801 Panorama Dr. - Bakersfield, California Opened 1955 Owner Bakersfield College Operator Bakersfield College Surface Grass Capacity 20,000 (Estimated) Tenants Bakersfield College Renegades (1955-present) Memorial Stadium is a double-decked concrete and steel stadium in northeast Bakersfield, California, near the Panorama Bluffs. It features a fast Bermuda grass football field with a high-centered crown and an all-weather track. Located at the corner of University Avenue and Mount Vernon Avenue on the campus of Bakersfield College (BC), it is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the B.C. Renegades. The stadium holds roughly 20,000 people and was built in 1955.
Contents 1 History 2 Facilities 3 Trivia 4 External links
History For its first 40 years, Memorial Stadium enjoyed huge success based on its attendance of Bakersfield College football games. Lasting into the early 1990s, it was unusual for a B.C. football game not to have 12,000 fans or more in the stands. Games have been televised live and on tape-delay in the past. The stadium was the home to the first ever junior college bowl game, and California's formerly most prestigious junior college bowl game, the Kern County Shrine Club Potato Bowl. The Potato Bowl, established in 1948, was a fund raiser for the Shriners Hospital for Burned and Crippled Children in Los Angeles. The Potato Bowl no longers exists, but has been replaced by the Golden Empire Bowl, which is part of the California J.C. Football State Playoffs, and is supported and sponsored by local businesses. Memorial Stadium has had numerous football games exceed attendances of 20,000. The largest ever crowd was 23,000 for a high school football game between Bakersfield High School and Bishop Amat Memorial High School in 1994. Memorial Stadium features a state-of-the art all weather track that was updated in 1989. It hosts high school and junior college track events. The track was once the training track for the Soviet Union track teams when they visited the United States. It also was the track Jim Ryun used to set a world-record in the one-mile (1600 meter) race. Memorial Stadium occasionally hosts high school games. Until the early 1990s, it was the Friday night home field of both Highland High School and East Bakersfield High School on alternating weekends. Changes by B.C.'s college president in the mid-1990s led both schools to finally install lights on their own fields after decades of renting Memorial Stadium and other fields. Presently, Memorial Stadium is used for high school football games only when it is deemed that an existing high school field is too small to handle the anticipated large crowds; this generally occurs only during playoffs.
Facilities The stadium structure was retrofitted and overhauled in the early 1990s. All seats are reserved and are either aluminum benches with backs, or bucket style seats with backs. The lower half of the stadium, which was built into a pre-existing ravine, is enclosed with a horseshoe-shaped open end that faces to the southwest and offers views of downtown Bakersfield and the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. Consequently, this offers an ideal setting for track events as there is a minimal amount of wind on the floor of the stadium that interferes with events and the acceptance of records as the prevailing northwesterly winds blow over the nearby bluffs and over the track and field surface. Winds very seldomly affect games or track events. The upper decks are built of steel-reinforced concrete and sit opposite each other, overlooking their respective sidelines. On top of each upper deck are four light standards with 28 lights on each standard that provide field lighting. The lights were last replaced and upgraded in the late 1980s and offer a brilliantly lit playing surface. The visiting (eastern) upper deck features an enclosed, partitioned press box with rooms for each team's coaching staff, radio broadcasts, and media. Teams dress in the nearby Dr. Romain Clerou Field House, located up the hill from the field next to the gym and swimming pool complex. The field house contains B.C.'s practice and game locker room and offers an adjacent locker room for a visiting team with showers. Teams often opt to use the larger men's locker room in the gym when visiting. Adjacent to Memorial Stadium's playing surface, just beyond the open end, is a 100 yard long (91 m) practice field where the football team holds its practices. The practice field has also hosted football clinics, Bakersfield Blitz football practices, Native American pow-wows, and carnivals.
Trivia Memorial Stadium was the site of a world record time in the mile on June 23, 1967. The record time of 3:51.10 was set by American Jim Ryun. The very first football game at Memorial Stadium between Boise Junior College and Bakersfield College in 1955 was broadcast nationwide on the Mutual Broadcasting System's radio network. Boise Junior College would later become Boise State University. When the Oakland Raiders moved to Los Angeles in the 1980s, Memorial Stadium was considered for, and finally turned down for, the L.A. Raiders pre-season training facility.
External links An aerial photo of the stadium, taken during the 1990 Potato Bowl. Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memorial_Stadium_(Bakersfield)" Categories: College football venues | Sports venues in California | Buildings and structures in Bakersfield, California | Sports in Bakersfield, California
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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2008) Rabobank Arena Location 1001 Truxtun Ave Bakersfield, CA, 93301 Built 1998 Owner City of Bakersfield Architect Rossetti architects Capacity Basketball: 10,000 Hockey: 8,700 Arena Football: 8,700 10,225 (Maximum) Tenants Bakersfield Condors (ECHL) Bakersfield Blitz (af2) (2004-2007) Bakersfield Jam (D-League)(2006-present) CSUB Roadrunners(NCAA Division II) (Men's basketball and selected Women's basketball games)
Rabobank Arena is a 10,000-seat multi-purpose arena with luxury suites in Bakersfield, California, USA. Located downtown at the corner of Truxtun Avenue and N Street, it was built in 1998, and was formerly known as Bakersfield Centennial Garden, that was named by a local resident, Brian Landis.  It is home to the Bakersfield Condors ECHL ice hockey team, California State University, Bakersfield Roadrunners Men's NCAA Division I basketball, and the Bakersfield Jam NBA Development League team. The city-owned arena sold naming rights to the local branch of the Dutch cooperative bank Rabobank in 2005, which also sponsors cycling and field hockey teams. Under the terms of the lease, Rabobank has exclusive naming rights for seven years with an option to extend it to ten years at a rate of $1 million per year. The arena will revert back to the name Centennial Garden unless a new sponsor is found or Rabobank signs a new deal at the end of the agreement. Rabobank Arena was the former home of the af2 affiliated Bakersfield Blitz Arena Football team which disbanded due to financial difficulties after the 2007 season. CSU Bakersfield now plays in Division I as an independent hoping to gain entrance into the Big West Conference and currently plays all of its men's basketball games at Rabobank Arena. The women's team, which used to play their games at Rabobank Arena, have opted to have all of their games played at the more intimate on-campus Icardo Center. Rabobank Arena is also the current home to the California Interscholastic Federation High School State Wrestling Championship Tournament held the first weekend in March. As a concert venue, the arena seats 6,400 for half-house shows and up to 10,225 for center stage and end-stage shows. The arena floor measures 17,000 square feet (1,600 m2) of total space.
There are 26 luxury suites, 5 concessions stands, one dining area, a private club room, and three restrooms for both men and women. Beneath the arena on the western side there are two large primary locker rooms for the Condors hockey team which includes a weight room and training room, and a room for the CSUB basketball team. There are two other large dressing rooms and a smaller room used for concerts. The eastern side has a dining area for workers and restrooms. The con
course of Rabobank arena serves as the exhibit home of the Bob Elias Kern County Hall of Fame. The Bob Elias Hall of Fame honors athletes and people involved with athletics from Bakersfield and Kern County. They include nationally prominent athletes, local coaches, and others who have made a significant contribution to athletics. A separate display honors the founders of Bakersfield and Kern County, as well as country music legend Buck Owens and current athletes and dignitaries from Bakersfield and Kern County.
Attached to Rabobank Arena is a 17,840-square-foot (1,657 m2) exhibit hall, which combines with a 3,000-seat theater, which measures 28,512 square feet (2,648.9 m2) and features a 7,830-square-foot (727 m2) stagehouse to create a second arena and is presently known as the Rabobank Theatre and Convention Center. This was originally known as the Bakersfield Civic Auditorium (opened in 1962) and was later re-named the Bakersfield Convention Center in the 1980s following remodeling and the construction of the adjacent Holiday Inn Select Hotel in the 1990s. The convention center's stage (one of the largest stages in the world) was the Condors' previous home (when they were known as the Fog) until Centennial Garden was built in 1998 and, combined or separately, is also used for concerts (seating up to 5,800), sporting events, trade shows and, in the theater and stagehouse only, Broadway and family shows. There is also a 12,885-square-foot (1,197.1 m2) lobby and 14 meeting rooms measuring 11,659 square feet (1,083.2 m2) of total space. Next to the Theatre and Convention Center is the Holiday Inn Select Hotel on the corner of Truxtun Avenue and Q Street. The front of Rabobank Arena is the Rabobank Plaza (formerly known as the Centennial Plaza). The Plaza has a large fountain that drains into the concrete of the plaza, a stage, a sculpture fountain, art work, bricks commemorating the City of Bakersfield's Centennial as an incorporated city in 1998, the ticket office is located here, and numerous trees and plants. This serves as the main entrance to the arena and arena offices.
Parking for the Rabobank Arena, Theatre, and Convention Center is in a large lot three blocks long on the southern side of the arena and convention center across the Sante Fe Railroad Tracks between N Street on the west, Q Street on the east, and 13th Street on the south. The lot is adjacent to the city owned Bakersfield Ice Sports Center, the Condors practice facility and public ice rink; and the McMurtrey Aquatic Center, an Olympic size swimming pool with diving boards and platforms for diving with a play pool and waterslide for kids. The lot is connected to the Rabobank Arena side of the tracks along N Street by a pedestrian overpass with elevators and stairs that allow for people to cross over the tracks should a train be stopped there for a long length of time. For night and weekend events the County of Kern opens its parking garage on N Street across from the Rabobank Arena and next to the railroad tracks for public parking but during working days the garage is closed to the public.
References ^ "Garden name change could be delayed". KGET-TV Bakersfield (2005). Retrieved on 2006-08-06.
External links Rabobank Arena Condors Hockey City of Bakersfield CSUB Athletics CIF High School Sports Ice Sports Center McMurtrey Aquatic Center [show]v • d • eCurrent arenas in the ECHL
American Conference Arena at Gwinnett Center · Cambria County War Memorial Arena · St. Lawrence Homes Home Ice · First Arena · Germain Arena · James Brown Arena · Mississippi Coast Coliseum · North Charleston Coliseum · Nutter Center (30 games) / Hobart Arena (6 games) · Sovereign Bank Arena · Sovereign Center · U.S. Bank Arena · WesBanco Arena
National Conference Citizens Business Bank Arena · E Center · Orleans Arena · Qwest Arena · Rabobank Arena · Selland Arena · Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre · Stockton Arena · Sullivan Arena · US Airways Center [show]v • d • eCurrent arenas in the NBA Development League
Central Division Allen County War Memorial Coliseum · Bismarck Civic Center · Louis J. Tullio Arena · Sioux Falls Arena · Wells Fargo Arena Southwest Division Austin Convention Center · Broomfield Event Center · Dodge Arena · SpiritBank Event Center · Tingley Coliseum West Division Anaheim Convention Center · McKay Events Center · Qwest Arena · Rabobank Arena · Reno Events Center · Staples Center
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Sam Lynn Ballpark From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Please wikify this article or section. Help improve this article by adding relevant internal links. (June 2008)
Sam Lynn Ball Park is located in Bakersfield, California (4009 Chester Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93301 661/716-HITS) and is the oldest ballpark of the 10 team, Class-A Advanced, California League. It was built in 1941 for the Bakersfield Badgers who began that season as a charter member of the Cal League. The current team carries the moniker Blaze and has been affiliated with the AL's Texas Rangers since 2005. During 2006 season, the Rangers extended their working agreement (Player Development Contract)with the Bakersfield franchise for an additional four years, through the 2010 season. Over the years, the Bakersfield franchise fielded teams known as:
Badgers 1941-1942, Indians 1946-1955, Boosters 1956, Bears 1957-1967, Dodgers 1968-1975, Outlaws 1978-1979, Mariners 1982-1983, Dodgers 1984-1994, Blaze 1995-Present. note: Bakersfield did not field teams in 1943-45 (WWII),1976-77 and 1980-81. It is the only ballpark in organized professional baseball where the batter faces west, and as such, faces directly into the setting sun. This forces the Blaze to start most games later than any team in professional ball. From mid-June to mid-August, its not unusual for games to begin as late as 7:58pm.
Sam Lynn Ballpark was named for the former local owner of a Coca-Cola bottling company who donated much of his income to youth baseball leagues. Sam Lynn Ballpark originally featured a covered wooden grandstand that was demolished in 1993 and replaced with the current concrete main stand. It is known for having the shortest center field in all of professional baseball at 354 feet from home plate. The outfield wooden wall is 15 feet high and offers a quirk in right field, which is an old catwalk that exists under the current, albeit older, electronic scoreboard. The site of the catwalk used to be the location of a hand-operated scoreboard. If a fly ball hits off this area and rebounds onto the field, the ball is played as live. If the ball stays up on the catwalk, it is ruled a ground rule double. During the twilight time of a ballgame, it's extremely difficult for the umpire to see if the ball has left the park or landed in the catwalk. Until recently, it was not unusual for kids to occasionally sneak onto the metal-grated catwalk during the course of a ballgame before being chased off by club employees. The catwalk posed an obvious safety hazard, and so what remained of it was finally removed for good.
Sam Lynn Ballpark's playing field was renovated for the 2006 season, following years of poor maintenance and threats by affiliates to not play there anymore. The field, and head groundskeeper Chris Ralston, was given an award for being one of the top minor league fields at the end of the season. The first-base (home) dugout has been expanded to hold more players, though many still sit on a bench outside of the dugout. The third-base (away) dugout retains its cramped original design prompting most players to either sit on the front edge or an adjacent bench located in foul ground. The third-base dugout once had its roof blown off in a windstorm during a game. Prior to the start of the 2006 season, the bullpens, previously located behind the stands and hidden from the view of the teams playing the game, were moved into foul territory. Due to this change, the overall seating capacity of the ballpark was reduced by 700 general admission bleacher seats, from 4,200 to 3,500. There are several large illustrations of former star players who played in Bakersfield that greet fans as soon as they walk into the ballpark. Some of the former players honored on canvas include Hall of Famer Don Drysdale, Cy Young winner Pedro Martinez, NL ROY Eric Karros, and potential Hall of Famer Mike Piazza. Also there to greet fans is the longtime program seller Froggy. Froggy was given his nickname because his gravel-voice is similar to the character of the same name in the old "Our Gang/Little Rascals" serials from the 30's and 40's.
The bat racks and on-deck circles are located about 80 feet away from the dugouts near the backstop, thus creating a "walk of shame" for a batter who struck out. One of the oft-repeated stories about Sam Lynn Ballpark is the use of a gasoline fueled fire to dry puddles of water along the infield grass of the third-baseline to complete a game. Back in 1982, the sprinklers came on automatically during a game that was still being played at 11:40pm. The puddles were created when a couple of ushers and the mascot tried to keep the spraying water off the dirt areas (plate, mound, baselines) by stepping on the sprinkler heads. The groundskeeper had left for the night so, after taking about 20 minutes to locate the water shut off valve, a not so bright member of the Bakersfield front office took seriously the suggestion of the visiting team's manager (Visalia's Phil Roof) that the game could proceed by pouring gasoline on the puddles and striking up a few matches. When the impromptu bonfire was finally put out, the third base side of the diamond was scorched and remained that way for the rest of the season. In case you're wondering, a fired-up Visalia squad came back and won the game.
A couple of wrong reasons given for Sam Lynn Ballpark facing west into the setting sun was that the ballpark developer faced his blueprints in the wrong direction. Another explanation for the wrong-way laying of the playing field is that the lights that were to be part of he ballpark were donated to the military due to WWII so it didn't matter which direction the field faced. The only problem with this theory is that WWII didn't start until Japan bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and the Bakersfield Badgers opened the new ballpark on April 22, 1941 with an 8:00pm night game against the Fresno Cardinals. Due to the setting sun creating a potential hazard for batters, night games were scheduled for several decades with an 8:00pm start. Years later, night games were scheduled for earlier starting times then delayed in progress until the sun had set and it was safe for the batters. The last in game sun delay took place on July 3, 1996 and lasted three minutes. Since 1997, the game's first pitch during the summer months takes place after the sun sets and is based on a timetable that has been updated annually by the official scorer. During this part of the season, the time of the game's first pitch ranges from 7:35 pm to 7:58 pm. These are only theories as the original blueprints were nowhere to be found when the ballpark underwent the renovations previously mentioned. A large steel and sheet metal screen (125'x50') was constructed in left-center field, but it only offers a minimal amount of help since the measurements for the sun screen were taken during the off season prior to 1993, when the setting sun was not a factor.
The mystery of the wrong way facing Sam Lynn Ball Park was finally solved by Kevin Eubanks, the current editor of Bakersfield Life Magazine. Eubanks, a former public address announcer for the Bakersfield Blaze baseball team, discovered documentation that stated that the ballpark was built inside the mile-long horseracing track at what was the original Kern County Fairgrounds on Chester Avenue. According to a December 4, 1940 article appearing in the town's newspaper, The Bakersfield Californian, the story begins, "Preliminary work of grading and planting grass seed was under way today by the county work relief department within the mile track at the fairgrounds in preparation for the 1941 baseball season, when Bakersfield will be represented in a Class C professional league. Present plans call for moving lights over from the softball diamond, constructing dressing rooms, and depending largely the present grandstand for seating facilities." So with that information the mystery was solved albeit a little bit boring when compared to the theories. Basically Sam Lynn ball Park was built on available land with an existing grandstand already in place. It should be noted as well that back in that time, night games across America were usually scheduled for 8 or 8:15pm starts thus it really didn't matter, except for tradition, which way the ballparks faced, especially in the lower minors when ballparks were built pretty rapidly with WPA funding. It wasn't until the 1970's that starting times across America began moving earlier, first 7:30 then later around 7:00pm.
There have been calls to replace Sam Lynn Ballpark since the 1980s, but serious considerations have only come along since the rise of numerous California League teams building top-rate facilities, such as Rancho Cucamonga, Lancaster, Lake Elsinore, Stockton, Adelanto (High Desert), and San Bernardino (Inland Empire). The City of Bakersfield and the County of Kern have both had proposals presented to them to build a new facility, and both refused to finance it. This caused local fan favorite organization, the Los Angeles Dodgers, to relocate their California League affiliate from Bakersfield after the 1994 season. With Cal State Bakersfield creating a Division I baseball program that will begin play in 2009 (and a hopeful entry into the Big West Conference), many are calling for CSUB to share its future baseball facility with the Blaze in the same manner that the Inland Empire 66ers shares its ballpark with Cal State San Bernardino. This would effectively lead to the abandonment of Sam Lynn Ballpark whose field might be salvageable for high school and youth league contests.
External links History Of Sam Lynn Ballpark Sam Lynn Ballpark Profile [hide]v • d • eCurrent ballparks in the California League
Northern Division Banner Island Ballpark • John Thurman Field • Sam Lynn Ballpark • San Jose Municipal Stadium • Recreation Park
Southern Division Arrowhead Credit Union Park • Clear Channel Stadium • Rancho Cucamonga Epicenter • Lake Elsinore Diamond • Stater Bros. Stadium
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Atlantic 10 Conference Charlotte - Bobby Lutz Dayton - Brian Gregory Duquesne - Ron Everhart Fordham - Dereck Whittenburg George Washington - Karl Hobbs La Salle - John Giannini Rhode Island - Jim Baron Richmond - Chris Mooney St. Bonaventure - Mark Schmidt Saint Joseph's - Phil Martelli Saint Louis - Rick Majerus Temple - Fran Dunphy UMass - Derek Kellogg Xavier - Sean Miller 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic 10 Conference
Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College - Al Skinner Clemson - Oliver Purnell Duke - Mike Krzyzewski Florida State - Leonard Hamilton Georgia Tech - Paul Hewitt Maryland - Gary Williams Miami (Florida) - Frank Haith North Carolina - Roy Williams North Carolina State - Sidney Lowe Virginia - Dave Leitao Virginia Tech - Seth Greenberg Wake Forest - Dino Gaudio 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Coast Conference
Atlantic Sun Conference Belmont - Rick Byrd Campbell - Robbie Laing East Tennessee State - Murry Bartow Florida Gulf Coast - Dave Balza Jacksonville - Cliff Warren Kennesaw State - Tony Ingle Lipscomb - Scott Sanderson Mercer - Bob Hoffman North Florida - Matt Kilcullen Stetson - Derek Waugh USC Upstate - Eddie Payne 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Sun Conference
Big 12 Conference Baylor - Scott Drew Colorado - Jeff Bzdelik Iowa State - Greg McDermott Kansas - Bill Self Kansas State - Frank Martin Missouri - Mike Anderson Nebraska - Doc Sadler Oklahoma - Jeff Capel III Oklahoma State - Travis Ford Texas - Rick Barnes Texas A&M - Mark Turgeon Texas Tech - Pat Knight 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big 12 Conference
Big East Conference Cincinnati - Mick Cronin Connecticut - Jim Calhoun DePaul - Jerry Wainwright Georgetown - John Thompson III Louisville - Rick Pitino Marquette - Buzz Williams Notre Dame - Mike Brey Pittsburgh - Jamie Dixon Providence - Keno Davis Rutgers - Fred Hill St. John's - Norm Roberts Seton Hall - Bobby Gonzalez South Florida - Stan Heath Syracuse - Jim Boeheim Villanova - Jay Wright West Virginia - Bobby Huggins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big East Conference
Big Sky Conference Eastern Washington - Kirk Earlywine Idaho State - Joe O'Brien Montana - Wayne Tinkle Montana State - Brad Huse Northern Arizona - Mike Adras Northern Colorado - Tad Boyle Portland State - Ken Bone Sacramento State - Brian Katz Weber State - Randy Rahe 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big Sky Conference
Big South Conference Charleston Southern - Barclay Radebaugh Coastal Carolina - Cliff Ellis Gardner-Webb - Rick Scruggs High Point - Bart Lundy Liberty - Ritchie McKay Presbyterian - Gregg Nibert Radford - Brad Greenberg UNC-Asheville - Eddie Biedenbach VMI - Duggar Baucom Winthrop - Randy Peele 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big South Conference
Big Ten Conference Illinois - Bruce Weber Indiana - Tom Crean Iowa - Todd Lickliter Michigan - John Beilein Michigan State - Tom Izzo Minnesota - Tubby Smith Northwestern - Bill Carmody Ohio State - Thad Matta Penn State - Ed DeChellis Purdue - Matt Painter Wisconsin - Bo Ryan 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big Ten Conference
Big West Conference Cal Poly - Kevin Bromley Cal State Fullerton - Bob Burton Cal State Northridge - Bobby Braswell Long Beach State - Dan Monson Pacific - Bob Thomason UC Davis - Gary Stewart UC Irvine - Pat Douglass UC Riverside - Jim Wooldridge UC Santa Barbara - Bob Williams 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big West Conference
Colonial Athletic Association Delaware - Monte Ross Drexel - Bruiser Flint George Mason - Jim Larranaga Georgia State - Rod Barnes Hofstra - Tom Pecora James Madison - Matt Brady Northeastern - Bill Coen Old Dominion - Blaine Taylor Towson - Pat Kennedy UNC-Wilmington - Benny Moss Virginia Commonwealth - Anthony Grant William & Mary - Tony Shaver 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Colonial Athletic Association
Conference USA East Carolina - Mack McCarthy Houston - Tom Penders Marshall - Donnie Jones Memphis - John Calipari Rice - Ben Braun Southern Methodist - Matt Doherty Southern Mississippi - Larry Eustachy Tulane - Dave Dickerson Tulsa - Doug Wojcik UAB - Mike Davis UCF - Kirk Speraw UTEP - Tony Barbee 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Conference USA
Horizon League - Butler - Brad Stevens Cleveland State - Gary Waters Detroit - Ray McCallum Loyola (Chicago) - Jim Whitesell UIC - Jimmy Collins UW-Green Bay - Tod Kowalczyk UW-Milwaukee - Rob Jeter Valparaiso - Homer Drew Wright State - Brad Brownell Youngstown State - Jerry Slocum 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Horizon League
Independents Bryant - Tim O'Shea Cal State Bakersfield - Keith Brown Chicago State - Benjy Taylor Houston Baptist - Ron Cottrell Longwood - Mike Gillian New Jersey Institute of Technology - Jim Engles North Carolina Central - Henry Dickerson Savannah State - Horace Broadnax SIU-Edwardsville - Lennox Forrester Texas-Pan American - Tom Schuberth Utah Valley - Dick Hunsaker 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! NCAA Division I independent schools (basketball)
Ivy League Brown - Jesse Agel Columbia - Joe Jones Cornell - Steve Donahue Dartmouth - Terry Dunn Harvard - Tommy Amaker Penn - Glen Miller Princeton - Sydney Johnson Yale - James Jones 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ivy League
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Canisius - Tom Parrotta Fairfield - Ed Cooley Iona - Kevin Willard Loyola (Maryland) - Jimmy Patsos Manhattan - Barry Rohrssen Marist - Chuck Martin Niagara - Joe Mihalich Rider - Tommy Dempsey St. Peter's - John Dunne Siena - Fran McCaffery 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
Mid-American Conference Akron – Keith Dambrot Ball State – Billy Taylor Bowling Green – Louis Orr Buffalo – Reggie Witherspoon Central Michigan – Ernie Ziegler Eastern Michigan – Charles Ramsey Kent State – Geno Ford Miami – Charlie Coles Northern Illinois – Ricardo Patton Ohio – John Groce Toledo – Gene Cross Western Michigan – Steve Hawkins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Bethune-Cookman - Clifford Reed Coppin State - Ron Mitchell Delaware State - Greg Jackson Florida A&M - Mike Gillespie Hampton - Kevin Nickelberry Howard - Gil Jackson Maryland-Eastern Shore - Meredith Smith Morgan State - Todd Bozeman Norfolk State - Anthony Evans North Carolina A&T - Jerry Eaves South Carolina State - Tim Carter Winston-Salem State - Bobby Collins 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
Missouri Valley Conference Bradley - Jim Les Creighton - Dana Altman Drake - Mark Phelps Evansville - Marty Simmons Illinois State - Tim Jankovich Indiana State - Kevin McKenna Missouri State - Cuonzo Martin Northern Iowa - Ben Jacobson Southern Illinois - Chris Lowery Wichita State - Gregg Marshall 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Missouri Valley Conference
Mountain West Conference Air Force - Jeff Reynolds Brigham Young - Dave Rose Colorado State - Tim Miles New Mexico - Steve Alford San Diego State - Steve Fisher Texas Christian - Neil Dougherty UNLV - Lon Kruger Utah - Jim Boylen Wyoming - Heath Schroyer 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mountain West Conference
Northeast Conference Central Connecticut State - Howie Dickenman Fairleigh Dickinson - Tom Green LIU-Brooklyn - Jim Ferry Monmouth - Dave Calloway Mount St. Mary's - Milan Brown Quinnipiac - Tom Moore Robert Morris - Mike Rice Jr. Sacred Heart - Dave Bike St. Francis (PA) - Don Friday St. Francis (NY) - Brian Nash Wagner - Mike Deane 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Northeast Conference
Ohio Valley Conference Austin Peay - Dave Loos Eastern Illinois - Mike Miller Eastern Kentucky - Jeff Neubauer Jacksonville State - James Green Morehead State - Donnie Tyndall Murray State - Billy Kennedy Southeast Missouri - Zac Roman Tennessee-Martin - Bret Campbell Tennessee State - Cy Alexander Tennessee Tech - Mike Sutton 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ohio Valley Conference
Pacific-10 Conference Arizona - Russ Pennell Arizona State - Herb Sendek California - Mike Montgomery Oregon - Ernie Kent Oregon State - Craig Robinson Stanford - Johnny Dawkins UCLA - Ben Howland USC - Tim Floyd Washington - Lorenzo Romar Washington State - Tony Bennett 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Pacific-10 Conference
Patriot League American - Jeff Jones Army - Jim Crews Bucknell - Dave Paulsen Colgate - Emmett Davis Holy Cross - Ralph Willard Lafayette - Fran O'Hanlon Lehigh - Brett Reed Navy - Billy Lange 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Patriot League
Southeastern Conference Alabama - Philip Pearson Arkansas - John Pelphrey Auburn - Jeff Lebo Florida - Billy Donovan Georgia - Pete Herrmann Kentucky - Billy Gillispie LSU - Trent Johnson Mississippi - Andy Kennedy Mississippi State - Rick Stansbury South Carolina - Darrin Horn Tennessee - Bruce Pearl Vanderbilt - Kevin Stallings 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southeastern Conference
Southern Conference Appalachian State - Houston Fancher Chattanooga - John Shulman The Citadel - Ed Conroy College of Charleston - Bobby Cremins Davidson - Bob McKillop Elon - Ernie Nestor Furman - Jeff Jackson Georgia Southern - Jeff Price Samford - Jimmy Tillette UNC-Greensboro - Mike Dement Western Carolina - Larry Hunter Wofford - Mike Young 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southern Conference
Southland Conference Central Arkansas - Rand Chappell Lamar - Steve Roccaforte McNeese State - Dave Simmons Nicholls State - J. P. Piper Northwestern State - Mike McConathy Sam Houston State - Bob Marlin Southeastern Louisiana - Jim Yarbrough Stephen F. Austin - Danny Kaspar Texas A&M-Corpus Christi - Perry Clark Texas-Arlington - Scott Cross Texas-San Antonio - Brooks Thompson Texas State - Doug Davalos 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Southland Conference
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