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1 BEOTii Z3 cza I 10 Wednesday, January b, 1988 Wolverine by Jeff Dower The men's basketball team won the Riverside Holiday Invitational in Riverside, California by defeating Mt. San Jacinto College 110-87. The tournament field consisted of 14 California schools and two Utah schools, UVCC and Salt Lake Community College. In the opening round of the tournament, the Wolverines defeated San Bernardino 67-61. The difference in this game was free throw shooting. The Wolverines connected on 19 of 30 from the line, while San Bernardino hit 5 of 8. UVCC took a nine-point halftime lead at 36-27. The Wolverines turned cold in the opening minute of the second half allowing San Bernardino back into the game. The Indians outscored UVCC 21- 10 to take a 48-46 lead. The two teams traded points until Willie Ferguson converted on a four-point play to put the Wolverines ahead 62-57. UVCC then went into a delay game making San Bernardino foul to get the ball. UVCC converted on 5 of 10 free throws to put the game away. Kevin Santiago led the Wolverines to victory with 16 points. Peter Martin followed with 12 points, and Randy Funk added 11. In the second round of the tournament, UVCC squeaked by Ventura, last years California State Champion, 74-71. In the first half, the Wolverines used seven three-point bombs to take a 47-40 lead at the break. In the second half, UVCC extended the point-margin to 12 to take their Pendergrass Named New Department Chairman Donald H. Pendergrass was named the new Automotive-Collision Repair Chairman by Acting President Lucille Stoddard. Pendergrass, an employee of the college since 1961, replaces Ross S. Fazzio who is retiring after 24 years of service to the college. "Ross has built an integrated automotive program that is very successfully said Pendergrass. Students go through a pod system where they receive hands-on training in automatic transmission, rebuilding motors and components, chassis and suspensions," he said. "The no. 1 challenge we face is getting the word out about the quality departments we have," said Pendergrass. "The faculty is r Donald H. Pendergrass replaces Fazzio Is retiring after 24 years Continuing Ed. For those people who have wanted to design and decorate cakes like professionals, now is your chance. UVCC's Office of Continuing Education is now offering a cake decorating class during the winter Tl Tl Utah Tournament Win V-7 i ' Front row L-R: Richard Lamoreau, Jeff Burmingham, Scott Bryce Peterson, Willie Ferguson, Steve Hibbert. Back row: Martin, Shawn Faux, Craig Winquist, Bryan Clark. largest lead of the game at 58-46. Ventura then outscored the Wolverines 10-0 to close within two points. However, that is the closest Ventura could come as UVCC went on to claim the excellent. They all have a minimum of six years of experience in the trade they are . teaching. All faculty attend factory service schools and take in-service curriculum development classes so the most current information is taught in the classroom," said Pendergrass, who has a master's degree in Industrial Education from BYU. There has not been a backing away of the college's commitment to support trade programs. In fact, the present support to the trades is as strong as ever," said Pendergrass. "As a community college, we -now encompass ail facets of education with an emphasis in my area on the trades," said Pendergrass. The recent name ' : ' " . i rt A ' - .. ' ..... Jj hi I Ross S. Fazzio as Chairman of the Automotive Department. of service. Offers Cake Decorating Class 1988 quarter. The non-credit class will be held every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and the cost is $45. The class first began during the fall 1987 quarter because of a letter requesting the class. Due to UTAII VALLEY COMMUNITY Valley Community College 800 ' victory. Martin led the Wolverines with 18 points. He was followed by Santiago with 16, Ferguson with 11, and Bryce Peterson who added 10. change does not indicate a drift from the tradetechnical image but rather indicates the addition of general education classes for those interested in academic pursuits," he said. Joe Raynes, Dean o f Continuing Education said, "We also have a 2 2 program where high school students can take classes such as auto mechanics from their high schools and receive college credit from UVCC as long as the program meets the college's criteria." "Our placement is excellent," said Pendergrass. "We have some graduates who are making $20,000 a year or more with the typical graduate starting at $12,000 and up. Employment opportunities have been good," he said. its popularity, the course, taught by Cheryl Hailey, is back for a return engagement. For more information, contact the Continuing Education Department at 226-5000, extension 450. I mm W. 1200 S., Orem Utah 84058 Surprises Sperry, Kevin Santiago. Second row: Kyle Christensen, Robert Rasmussen, Randy Funk, Kerry Sherwood, Peter UVCC moved into the final game of the tournament by defeating College of the Desert 79-72. College of the Desert jumped out to take an early 25-20 lead. The Wolverines fought back, Leslie Sanches Crowned Miss Hispanic i - i v 7 . ;x t ' ,.; ; . t j " ' ? r , - ..r i Leslie Marissa Sanches, daughter of John and Angie Sanches, wins opportunity to compete in the Miss Utah Pageant in June. College Times photo by Dennis Nelson Contest for School Flag Design Begins UVCC is having a school flag design contest. The contest is open to all residents of greater Utah Valley area, and will run throughout the month of January. The winner will be named and the new school flag unveiled on February 18, in conjunction with Utah Valley Day and National Community College Month. A committee of student, faculty, and administration will select the design which best represents Utah Valley Community College. The winning design will be flown daily beside the United States and Utah flags at the College's main cntryway. The winner will be awarded a certificate of Continued on page 4 California Teams V1I n i i A though, to take a 41-40 halftime lead. The lead seesawed back and forth through most of the second half. With 4:25 to play, College of the Desert led 69-65. The Wolverines then scored eight INSIDE UVC College Times EDITORIALS page 2 CAMPUS NEWS pages 3, 4, & 5 SPORTS page 6 CAMPUS CALENDAR page 2 Volume 16 Number 13 unanswered points to take a 73-69 lead, one that they never relinquished. Funk led the Wolverine scoring attack with 23 points, while Martin finished with 22. Santiago added 15, and Ferguson chipped in 11. In the championship game UVCC used ten three-pointers to roll over Mt. San Jacinto College 1 10-87. The Wolverines jumped out to take a 47-37 halftime lead. From that point, UVCC never looked back as they cruised to the final 23 -point victory. The Wolverines were led by Martin who had 30 points and 13 rebounds, Jeff Burningham followed with 21 points. Funk added 19 points and 1 1 rebounds, and Kyle Christensen finished with 15 points. UVCC's seven-footer, Peter Martin, was named the Most Valuable Player of the tournament Martin was joined on the All-Tournament team by teammate Kevin Santiago. With the four tournament wins, the Wolverines record increases to 13-1. The 13-1 start is the best by any UVCC men's basketball team. It eclipses the 9-1 start by the 1977-78 team coached by Gary Gardner. That team finished the season 19-9. This weekend the Wolverines resume play with two road games. Friday they will face Salt Lake Community College at South High School. Saturday they will battle Brigham Young Junior Varsity at the Marriot Center. the hnday game will start at 7:30, while the Saturday game will begin at 5 pm. Leslie Marissa Sanches, a student at UVCC majoring in administrative office management, was named queen in the Miss Hispanic Scholarship Pageant which took place recently at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah Campus. Miss Sanches, who is the daughter of John and Angie Sanches, graduated from Mountain View High School with a 4.0 GPA, was recipient of the Presidential Academic Award and a member of the National Honor Society. She has had five years of jazz dance instruction, two of ballet and two of modeling. She performed a jazz dance to "Music and the Mirror." The Miss Hispanic Scholarship Pageant is a preliminary to the Miss Utah Pageant in June, and the Miss America Pageant that takes place in September.
|Title||UVCC College Times, 1988-01-06|
|Description||The UVCC College Times was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Valley Community College from September 28, 1987 to June 23, 1993.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Valley Community College--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Source||UVCC College Times, 1988-01-06|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|