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Ron Adams
... Adams has held coaching positions with Fresno Pacific University, UC Santa Barbara, Fresno State University, UNLV, the San Antonio Spurs, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Milwaukee Bucks, the Chicago Bulls, and the ... On September 19, 2011, Adams was inducted into the Fresno Pacific University Athletic Hall of Fame ... Adams played basketball at Fresno Pacific (1965-69) and began his coaching career there as well (1969-74) ...
NAIA Men's Swimming And Diving Championships - Records
2011 100 butterfly 47.76 Carl Weigley Fresno Pacific 200 ... butterfly 146.62 Javier Hernandez Lindenwood 200 ... individual medley 147.55 David Hibberd Simon Fraser (B.C.) 400 ... individual ...
Los Angeles International Airport - Airlines and Destinations
... Qantas and Virgin Australia both operate to the most trans-Pacific destinations (3), with nonstop services to Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane ... TBIT1 Air New Zealand Auckland, London-Heathrow, Rarotonga 22 Air Pacific Nadi TBIT Air Tahiti Nui Papeete, Paris-Charles de Gaulle TBIT AirTran Airways operated by Southwest Airlines Atlanta 1 ... Eagle/Vail 4 American Eagle Albuquerque, Denver, El Paso, Fresno, Houston-Intercontinental, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Jose (CA), Seasonal Aspen 4 (Satelli ...
Fresno Pacific University - Mission and Academics
... According to its mission statement, "Fresno Pacific University develops students for leadership and service through excellence in Christian higher education." Fresno Pacific offers Bachelors degrees in ... News World Report college rankings, Fresno Pacific's peer assessment score tied it for 26th in the Western United States in the Universities-Master's category ... Fresno Pacific is accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges ...

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