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    Halftime stats for UCSB/Clemson (tied 1-1) Shots: 8/5 Shots on Goal: 3/4 Corners: 3/2 Fouls: 13/8 Yellow cards: 1/0
    47 min 14 sec ago
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    Clemson equalizes late in the first half through an Aaron Jones strike. It's 1-1 heading into halftime.
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    Gooooaaaaaal!!!! Seo-In Kim with the goal to put @UCSBMensSoccer up 1-0 with 6 left in opening half.
    1 hour 48 sec ago
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    @UCSBMensSoccer Sam Strong in for Nick DePuy with 12 left in 1st half
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    30' - Long range effort from DePuy goes way wide. Both teams have a harder time creating chances.
    1 hour 10 min ago
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    24' - shot from the left side from Acheampong, save Tarbell
    1 hour 16 min ago
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    '21 - Kevin Feucht has a point blank look at net, but his redirection goes just over the crossbar.
    1 hour 20 min ago
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    Big save from Vom Steeg, diving low to his left to stop a Tasner shot in the 20th min
    1 hour 21 min ago
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    Ish Jome unleashes a 35 yd laser for UCSB's first shot on goal, requiring a save from Clemson keeper Andrew Tarbell. 25 mins left in the 1st
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    Gauchos enjoying the run of play so far, but havent recorded a shot yet. 35 mins to go in the first.
    1 hour 31 min ago
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    Yellow card for UCSB: Randy Mendoza in the 7th min.
    1 hour 32 min ago
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    Justin Vom Steeg coming up big early for UCSB, making a pair of saves on T.J. Cashner (10 goals for Clemson). 38:00 left in the 1st half.
    1 hour 34 min ago
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    Duncan Backus knocks home a Geoffrey Acheampong free kick from 30 yds out, but a late offside whistle negates an early goal for UCSB
    1 hour 36 min ago
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    And we're underway here in Clemson! Here's that @ESPN3 link one more time: https://t.co/R9FRG70Get
    1 hour 42 min ago
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    @UCSBMensSoccer about to take on #2 Clemson https://t.co/q5HJrSMQtM
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Monday, August 5, 2002 - 17:00
Santa Barbara, CA

Loy Lytle, a professor of psychology and director of Summer Sessions at UC Santa Barbara, has been named dean of extended learning services at the campus after a nationwide search.

Lytle had served as acting dean since August of last year.

Lytle has been a member of the UCSB faculty since 1981. His service to the university reflects his wide-ranging interests, such as instructional development, minority recruitment, educational policy and academic planning, budget, and capital projects. He served for four years as chair of the department of psychology, and was named one of the Teachers of the Year for 1993-94.

"I am delighted that Loy is willing to assume the responsibilities of this important position, and I greatly appreciate his past and continuing service and leadership at UCSB," said Chancellor Henry T. Yang.

As dean of extended learning services, Lytle will serve as the administrator of UCSB Extension, off Campus Studies, the UCSB Ventura Center, and International Programs.

UCSB's continuing education division is open to all adults who seek professional and personal development.

Courses are offered year-round, with evenings and weekend classes. International Programs offers English language programs, diploma and certificate programs to international students and professionals.

Lytle will continue serving as the director of Summer Sessions until a successor is named.

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