Answers, Part III

Before getting to the third set of questions (and there are 10 sets), just wanted to let you folks know to give a lookout Monday for a special video segment I’m preparing (ok, my wife is doing it since I’m technologically inept) for the blog. I don’t want to give away too much, but I think everyone will enjoy it.
(Yes, this is a classic tease, but at least it could perk up your Monday).
Now, here is the third installment:
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Answers, Part I

The volume of questions I received this week are what I expected when I returned from vacation last week. There were lots and lots of them, so I thank you for it.
That said, let’s get right to the questions. Here is the first set of what I anticipate will be at least 10 sets of answers:
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Inside track

The NCAA West Regional Championships are at Cal State Northridge Friday and Saturday, and UCLA has a bundle of athletes competing. Yes, this is where you qualify for the nationals.
Here is something put together by UCLA’s Stephanie Sampson about the school’s participants:

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Olympic hopeful

Last week at the Big Throwers Classic in Salinas, UCLA senior All-American Greg Garza threw an Olympic “A” standard in the discus, a personal-best throw of 211-8. It qualified him for the the U.S. Olympic Trials June 27-July 6 in Eugene, Oregon. It also means if he finishes in the top-3 at trials, he is makes the U.S. Olympic team and will compete in Beijing later in the summer.

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Carroll and UCLA

One thing I continually hear as I talked to various sources is USC commit Randall Carroll, a receiver at Los Angeles Cathedral, continues to be interested in UCLA. Although he remains committed to USC, several people I spoke to this week said UCLA is highly involved in the process.

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