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In the 1974-75 season, Jerry Tarkanian’s Runnin’ Rebels assembled the best season of men’s basketball had actually had so far– 24-5 with a trip to the NCAA competition for the very first time.
Together with him was Dan Ayala. He had actually come to UNLV from Cal Poly Pomona, where he was the head coach of the males’s group, the season prior to work as Tarkanian’s assistant. But in the 1975-76 season, Ayala was all set to go back to the head coaching ranks, and UNLV had a second-year program in need of a leader– the Girl Rebels. Ayala, who passed away Sept. 17 at the age of 82, went on to become one of the winningest coaches in UNLV history, putting together a 109-23 mark over five seasons at the assistance of the females’s program.
He took over from Barbara Quinn, the first-year interim coach, and was tasked with preparing for the future of ladies’s basketball in Las Vegas.
“I mean to develop a great females’s basketball program that will be appealing to top gamers,” he stated prior to the start of the season. “For the first time, we have complete athletic scholarships readily available for women. Scholarships imply more chance and subsequently more tasks.”
Scholarships were an essential jumping-off point to drawing in top talent, but they weren’t Ayala’s only tool in the box.
Liz Galloway, who played for the Girl Rebels from 1975-1978, was, together with teammate Debby Waddy-Rossow, a standout at Temple Junior College in Temple, Texas, when Ayala came calling.
“He won my mom over,” Galloway remembered. “To see your child go cross-country, he allayed her fears. He just discussed what we might do and what we could achieve and how we would play.”
And Ayala might promote the exposure that playing in Las Vegas had. “I was simply starstruck when we first got there,” Galloway stated. “Lynn Swann remained in the gym. Costs Cosby, we saw him. We went to a gambling establishment just to eat. I keep in mind passing by a slots and seeing Redd Foxx– I’m not going to inform you that didn’t have a huge effect on us.
“But coach Ayala was the one. He was the charmer. He was the one who got us to think in what he was trying to do.”
Ayala lost no time. In his inaugural season, the team would go unbeaten in your home en path to a 26-5 mark. The previous Tarkanian assistant would obtain philosophically from his previous manager.
He wanted to implement the fast break with the Woman Rebels. And he required a squad that was capable of running end-to-end to do it. Existing females’s basketball coach Kathy Oliver discovered that quickly after transferring from Cal State Fullerton to play for Ayala from 1979 to 1981
“When I came over, I believed I was good,” Oliver stated. Ayala had established two groups of runners: the fast down-and-back gamers and the boundary players. “I was always a perimeter player, but he stuck me in with the other group of runners. I was actually troubled by that. Lastly, he put me back in the other group when he understood I could run. He felt in one’s bones how to push buttons.”
In the 1977-78 season, the group leapt out with 15 straight wins, a 23-2 record with losses to Kansas State in the regular season, and to UCLA in the Association for Intercollegiate Sports for Women regionals– one of 4 times Ayala took the group to the competition.
It was success, and it was uncompromising. Janie Fincher, who had been an All-American at Murray Junior College, landed at UNLV in 1977 with her last year of eligibility. She had some modifications to make.
“I just played half-court defense in high school,” Fincher said. “I can keep in mind doing some of the protective drills in Vegas that Ayala had us do and him informing me ‘You may be able to score, but until you play defense my way you’re not leaving the bench.’ Well I’m 24 and All-American, however he didn’t seem to care. I was pleased. I learned a lot about defense. Then I replicated anything Liz Galloway did or told me, due to the fact that she was one of the best defensive gamers I have actually ever played basketball with.”
Ayala left UNLV after the 1979-80 season, however he didn’t roaming far from the Lady Rebels.
Oliver, who ended up being the head coach at UCLA in 1993, discovered herself with the chance to come back to UNLV and take control of the program as its very first alumna in the top spot. She credits Ayala with working the phones behind the scenes to keep her name popular on school and in the community to assist his one-time protégé return to Maryland Parkway.
“When I initially got the job here, he was the very first guy to state, ‘What do you require? I wish to assist you.’ We required some video devices, and he contributed $10,000 to the Lady Rebels. He constantly was there for us. As much as he barked, he cared. That made such an impact on me. I was constantly going to ensure my gamers knew I cared. They’re going to strive for you since you care so much. And I always do.”
Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018|4:22 p.m.
LOS ANGELES– A California doctor who appeared in a truth TELEVISION dating program and an alleged female accomplice have actually been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting two females, and authorities stated Tuesday there might be many more victims.
Orthopedic surgeon Grant W. Robicheaux, 38, of Newport Beach and Cerissa Laura Riley, 31, of Brea were jailed Sept. 12 after being charged with rape by utilize of drugs, oral copulation by anesthesia or managed substance, and other criminal activities, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas told a press conference in Santa Ana.
Investigators were carefully going through “thousands and countless videos and images on Robicheaux’s phone, many also consisting of Riley,” Rackauckas stated.
Some videos show ladies who “seem extremely intoxicated beyond the capability to approval or resist, and they’re barely responsive to the defendant’s sexual advances. Based on this proof, we believe that there might be many unknown victims out there,” he said.
The district lawyer revealed reporters video of Robicheaux from a now-canceled Bravo TELEVISION program called “Online Dating Rituals of the American Male” in an episode entitled “Three’s A Crowd.”
“Our company believe the defendants used their good appearances and charm to lower the inhibitions of their potential victim,” Rackauckas said, releasing a variety of details about lots of areas and occasions related to Robicheaux and Riley.
The offenders, who were launched on $100,000 bail, might not be immediately grabbed comment.
The 2 ladies who were apparently attacked satisfied the pair during social encounters.
“Ladies who have actually encountered these 2 may have felt an incorrect sense of security due to the fact that both defendants are tidy cut, good-looking,” Rackauckas stated.
“We have the tendency to rely on doctors who take an oath to do no harm. The 2nd defendant, being a female, is essential. A female professing to be his girlfriend clearly played a significant function in deactivating the victims, making them feel comfy and safe,” he said.
Inning accordance with prosecutors, Robicheaux and Riley satisfied a 32-year-old female at a Newport Beach restaurant on April 10, 2016, invited her to a celebration and after that accompanied her to Robicheaux’s home when she was intoxicated.
The set supposedly offered the victim multiple drugs then sexually assaulted her while she was incapable of withstanding. The lady called authorities the next day, and a forensic test found multiple controlled substances.
On Oct. 2, 2016, the accuseds presumably drank alcohol with another woman at a Newport Beach bar until she was unconscious, brought her to Robicheaux’s house and sexually assaulted her. The district attorney’s office said the victim awakened and shrieked for aid up until a neighbor called police, who began an investigation.
Other charges versus the 2 allege big quantities of controlled substances were discovered in Robicheaux’s residence in January 2018. Robicheaux is likewise accused of possessing 2 unlawful, unregistered assault rifles, four other guns and a number of large-capacity magazines.
The district attorney said occasions and places the pair might have taken a trip to because 2015 include the Burning Guy festival in Nevada, the Dirtybird Campout celebration in Silverado, California, the Splash Home festival in Palm Springs, and landmarks near Page, Arizona.
Robicheaux was an undergraduate at Louisiana State University then finished from its medical school in 2007, Rackauckas stated. He then did postgraduate work at New york city University Healthcare Facility for Joint Diseases in New York City and did an orthopedic surgery residency at University of California Irvine Medical Center in Orange, California. He was accredited to practice medicine in California on Might 30, 2009.
A message left at Robicheaux’s office wasn’t immediately returned Tuesday, and a home number listed for him did not have a voicemail. Riley’s number was unlisted, and she was otherwise not able to be reached.
The Bravo truth program aired for one season, is not in production and there are no plans to bring it back, a spokesperson for NBC Universal said in an email.
Associated Press press reporters Amy Taxin in Santa Ana and Amanda Lee Myers in Los Angeles added to this report.
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< img alt="( Merced County Sheriff's Workplace)"
title=” (Merced County Sheriff’s Workplace)” border =” 0″ src=” https://MEREDITH.images.worldnow.com/images/17467320_G.png?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180822090948″ width=” 180″/ > (Merced County Constable’s Workplace). (Meredith)– Investigators in California stated a 15-year-old girl was busted for running a cannabis organisation from her bed room– and they stated her mother permitted it.
The Merced County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant at the home in Delhi on Friday.
During the search deputies discovered a crammed AK-47 and 80 pounds of marijuana for sale in the master bedroom closet, the department wrote on Facebook. They also took 12 big marijuana plants, which were contained in a makeshift greenhouse in the family’s yard.
According to the sheriff’s workplace, the teenager’s mother provided her weed to utilize and sell from her bedroom. Deputies later discovered “packaged cannabis for sale, marijuana edibles and other products connected with the sales and use of marijuana belonging to the child.”
Two grownups inside the house were arrested. Authorities recognized them as Norma Angelica Alvarez and Jose Reyes Martinez, both 44, but did not validate whether they are the teenager’s parents.
The 15-year-old lady and another small at the house were collared by Kid Protective Solutions.
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Police investigated the death of a woman on Aug. 15, 2018.( Brad Boyer/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. Las Vegas Metro cops stated they are investigating a shooting at a south valley residential or commercial property early Wednesday early morning. Police officers responded to reports of a female discovered bleeding near the boiling space at the Tahiti Town Resort, a timeshare property, at South Las Vegas Boulevard, near Warm Springs Road, at 2:40 a.m.
. She was experiencing a minimum of one gunshot wound and was noticable dead at the scene.
Mentioning the investigation, authorities said the female was walking with an unknown male an hour before she was found.
Resort officials do not believe the female was a guest at the residential or commercial property.
Authorities did release additional information on the suspect.
The identity of the victim will later on be released by the Clark County Coroner’s Office.
Anybody with details is prompted to call City’s Homicide Section at 702-828-3521 To stay confidential, call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
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When Dan Ayala was hired far from his assistant task under guys’s coach Jerry Tarkanian to take over the Lady Rebels program, he executed the very same style of play that had actually made the Runnin’ Rebels effective.
His Woman Rebels compiled a 109-23 record over five years, so it was no surprise when five of his players went professional.
Did we mention that Ayala’s very first year was the 1975-76 season, the 2nd year of the Lady Rebels’ existence? And some 22 years prior to the WNBA played its first game?
But in the fall of 1978, something new and bold was happening. Motivated in large part by the silver-medal success of the United States ladies’s basketball group in the sport’s debut at the 1976 Olympics, the very first pro females’s league formed. The Women’s Professional Basketball League took hold in eight cities, from New york city to Houston to Chicago.
Ayala’s young squads could hang with the leading programs in college hoops, making Woman Rebels hot commodities in the brand-new league. Liz Galloway, Debra Waddy-Rossow, and Janie Fincher went to the Chicago Hustle, Belinda Candler to the Houston Angels, and Janice Fuller to the Milwaukee Does.
<< img class ="caption"alt ="" title="Debra Waddy-Rossow still holds multiple school records from the late ’70s.”/ >
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” 0″ src= “http://kvvu.images.worldnow.com/images/17216609_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180717234600″ width=” 180″/ >( File). LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -. A Las Vegas female was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison for defrauding a business in Hawaii for over 4 years, according to federal prosecutors.
Donna Alms, 55, pled guilty in Jan. 2018 to wire scams and loan laundering offenses that occurred while she was an operations expert for Waste Management of Hawaii, Inc., federal district attorneys said. Alms defrauded the company for an overall of $862,722.
According to federal prosecutors, Alms was a previous citizen of Hawaii’s Big Island. Alms’s tasks for the company included discovering laborers for litter pickup at Waste Management’s land fill site and to schedule their payment with an outdoors supplier.
Federal district attorneys said Alms confessed to pumping up approximately 247 billings the supplier submitted to Waste Management by cutting and pasting numbers onto a template she preserved. Due to the fact that of this, Waste Management ended up paying $862,549, well above exactly what was billed to the business.
Alms then informed the vendor to return $692,549 of the excess payments to her, according to federal district attorneys. Alms called these payments “salaries” to avoid suspicion and to conceal the source and ownership of the funds.
U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson ordered Alms to pay a restitution of $862,722 and noted that her “conduct was elaborate and repetitive,” federal district attorneys stated.
According to federal prosecutors, the case was examined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internal Revenue Service and Bad Guy Investigations. U.S. Attorney Larry Tong prosecuted the case.
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< img alt ="( Source: Ruth Reed, KYW/CNN)"
title =” (Source: Ruth Reed, KYW/CNN) “border =” 0″ src=”http://MEREDITH.images.worldnow.com/images/17360508_G.jpg?auto=webp&disable=upscale&width=800&lastEditedDate=20180807081200″ width =” 180 “/ > (Source: Ruth Reed, KYW/CNN). (Meredith/AP)– A New Jersey lady thought she was assisting a “down-and-out” male spend for his filling station food, however ended up footing the bill for c and w star Keith Urban.
Ruth Reed says she fulfilled Urban at a Medford Wawa ahead of his performance Friday night in Camden.
Substitute teacher Reed says she had actually made a resolution to assist Wawa customers and jumped at the opportunity when the male ahead of her was short a few dollars.
” It appeared like he was using a card and it didn’t go through,” Reed to KYW-TV. “Then, he asked a girl for $5 and I believed, ‘This is it.’ So I stated, ‘No I’ll get it.'”
Reed states he thanked her and stated his name was Keith. When she mentioned that he appeared like Keith Urban, he said he was.
Not believing him, Reed asked his bodyguard to verify she was talking with the musician.
She says, “It was then I understood what an idiot I was.”
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