News for Monday, October 18, 2004


News 2004 October 18


2004: College - ’Cats drive home new NCAA parity

California is at No. 1, a team whose senior co-captain, Scott Carlyle, and whose coach, 25-year veteran Steve Desimone, have done everything short of running bake sales just to keep the Bears afloat.

2004: College - Moore storms to individual championship

Having just slept on a two-shot lead heading into the final round of the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship, Ryan Moore awoke early, drew back the drapes, and saw it was cold, gray and rainy.

2004: College - Sleeping Bears awake with title

At best, the University of California was considered a “sleeper” to win this year’s NCAA Division I Men’s Championship when the week began. It was understandable.

2004: LPGA - Webb regains winning form at perfect time

Entering the most crucial stretch of the LPGA season, Karrie Webb suddenly has become a major force.

2004: PGA Tour - Els hunting Tiger after Memorial win

Now, with the second major of the year fast approaching, Tiger Woods may have to withstand a full-scale Ernie Els onslaught.

2004: Newsmakers - IMG seeks investors

IMG, the global sports and entertainment management company, is seeking financing partners to fuel expansion and provide its owners with liquidity.