The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, January 25, 1978, Page 7, Image 7

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    joins Smith in track coaching duties
Lja Eggleston
lint
■omen's track program
[liege has a new member
kching staff.
Donald
kill oversee the team's
runners and aid Head
Ler Smith with admin-
[chores
and
coaching
b brings with him an
| list of qualifications.
[founding the Blue Angels
[track team in California,
[to selected as one of the
[men's track coaches for
I team which competed
| USSR.
[on has also coached such
L athletes as Mary Deck-
la Watson and Kathy
I All have competed in
Donald DeNoon .. .new assistant women's track coach.
■Championships.
DeNoon has long been involved
in athletic competition. He was a
United States National Champion
in walking races seven times and a
track and field All-American four
times.
DeNoon was also a member of
the United States touring track
team and has been an American
record holder.
DeNoon's coaching philosophy
maintains that all athletes are dif­
ferent and each requires a separate,
personal training program .Through
close communication
with the
athlete he plans to counsel the
girls to develop a program which
will work best for them.
"I'm very pleased to have coach
DeNoon on our staff," Smith
said. "I feel that the new coach
will lend invaluable assistance in
the team's quest for a NJCAA
National Championship."
Also active in administrative
duties, DeNoon has helped or­
ganize meets including the Cali­
fornia State Championships and
three national cross country cham­
pionships. In 1977 he promoted
the largest indoor meet on the
west coast.
DeNoon recieved his
B.A. in
administration at California State
University in 1970 and his ele­
mentary teaching credentials at
Chapman College in 1971. He
graduated from Rapid City High
School in South Dakota.
DeNoon served in the United
States Air Force from January
1961 to January 1966 when he
was honorably discharged as an
airman first class.
Married in 1971, DeNoon has
one child and resides in Gladstone.
Jay Larson team 6, drives through Tom Hagenson in last Thursday's
intramural action. Games resume tomorrow, Jan. 26.
omen find no comfort in losses
led by turnovers and foul
i,the College women's bas-.
I team dropped games last
■Willamette University and
■aCommunity College.
Inst Willamette in a game
■iked their first home game,
Rars played tough defense
■¡led at the half, 27—21.
Iwer the Willamette team
|to be too strong for the
kasthey took advantage of
Umpqua's height plus a tight
zone press forced Clackamas out
of their offense. They were only
able to shoot 27 percent from
the field to Umpqua's 47 percent.
White led Clackamas with I3
points and I6 rebounds and Buse
added I3 points and 7 rebounds.
Guard Carmon Mindinhall led
Umpqua with 25 points as she
singlehandedly eliminated any ral­
ly the Cougars were able to muster.
The Cougars next game will be
against Lane Community College
Tuesday night with a 6:30 p.m.
tipoff in Randall Gym.
They travel to Portland State
to take on the Vikings, Thursday,
and play Clark College in Van­
Photos by Lorraine Stratton
Fastbreak pass from Brian Snook to Paul Byers is complete for two in a
recent intramural basketball game between teams 5 and 6.
SPORTS SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Wed 25
Sat 28
Central Oregon
Lane
Womens basket­
ball
Thu 26
Sat 28
Tue 31
Portland St.
Clark
Uof P
6:30 PSU
5:00 Home
6:30 Home
Wrestling
Sat 28
Lane
Umpqua
1:00 Eugene
7:30 Roseburg
Indoor Track
Sat 28
day meet
night meet
Bowling
Wed 25
Pacific
couver on Saturday.
pas' 49 turnovers to win
r
[Cougar defense was hurt
■ fact that guard Cindy
pick and center Erin Gam-
lit still plagued by injuries.
[M was missed
7:30» Bend
7:30 Home
Mens basketball
11:00 Coliseum
7:00 Coliseum
3:30
Tri-city
which
f in Willamette's ability to
■ 20 more shots than the
|gals.
k Jan Buse had 17 re-
Sunday Recreation Sun 29
1-6
gym
Tri-City Baptist Temple
College & Career
■’«116 points and Tammy
l«ed 13 points and 12 re-
hw, despite being limi­
Invites you to attend
Bible class with them
at 10 a.m. on Sunday
18025 Webster Rd.
Gladstone, Oregon
la playing time, had 5
N 3 assists.
F Umpqua on Friday
I'®1'IS, Clackamas got in
pc early and were never
P ’to game as they lost
Photo by Lorraine Stratton
first half alone, Clacka-
Tammy White takes possession of ball as teammate Betty Simon goes
for the hand-off pass defender. Women roundbailers are home this Sat.
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