CLU in the News Archive

February 2006

Publish Date
February 20, 2006
CLU's hangar ready to store its final games
The World War II-era airplane hangar sits entrenched in the middle of a campus' multimillion dollar, glass-and-concrete evolution. Transported here in 1961, the year students first set foot on Cal Lutheran University's Thousand Oaks campus, the CLU Gymnasium has aged into a relic of basketball's beginnings from a peach basket nailed on a balcony in the Springfield, Mass., YMCA to Hoosiers-like cages across the Midwest to the steel beams and aluminum siding on CLU's Memorial Parkway.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

February 19, 2006
This Hall class has star power
There will be some significant changes this year for the Ventura County Sports Hall of Fame. Instead of housing its plaques and other valuable papers in The Star's basement or in garages across the county, the Hall of Fame will be moving into a prominent space in the Gilbert Sports & Fitness Center at Cal Lutheran in Thousand Oaks.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

February 7, 2006
All-points bulletin
It's been a unusual 10 days for Lauren Stroot. Cal Lutheran's efficient-yet-sensitive center has had to balance the personal attention surrounding her breaking of the program's all-time scoring mark with a fragile period for her team, which faces a series of important games in search of its second straight Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

February 4, 2006
CLU drops opener
Patrick Ohail didn't require much time to adjust to college baseball. The Chapman University freshman homered in his first collegiate at-bat and went 4 for 5, leading Chapman, ranked No. 4 in the Collegiate Baseball Division III poll, to a 7-3 win over Cal Lutheran on Friday. It was the season opener for both teams and the first regular-season game at CLU's George "Sparky" Anderson Field.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

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