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Received an honorary doctorate from Pepperdine University.
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During the brief run of the late night The Chevy Chase Show (1993) on Fox, he guest-starred and, as a gag, asked to be presented his 1993 Worst Supporting Actor "Razzie" award for his performance as "King Ferdinand of Spain" in Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992).
When the Razzie was actually presented to him on the air, Selleck took it in stride and asked the entire studio audience to "blow me a raspberry". His only biological child is Hannah, his daughter with Jillie Mack.
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Earlier this season, Prairie View A&M women's basketball coach Dawn Brown suspended two players on her team because they were dating.
He is also the only Pepperdine player in recorded program history (dating back to 1978) to reach the quarterfinals in both the singles and doubles draws at the NCAA Championships in the same year.
Pedro Rico came close, ending his doubles run in the quarterfinals and his singles run in the round of 16 in 2004. "This week has been incredible, I'm so happy for him," said head coach Adam Steinberg after the finals. He ran out of gas a little bit today, but overall had an incredible tournament." With today's loss, Sarkissian concludes his senior campaign with a 29-11 overall record, bringing his career tally to 52-17. - Pepperdine men's tennis team standout Alex Sarkissian saw his magical run at the NCAA Singles Championship come to a close today at the Dan Magill Tennis Complex.After stringing together five wins to become just the third finalist in the Waves' program history, the unseeded senior fell in the finals to No. Despite the loss, Sarkissian (Glendale, Calif./Glendale CC) still has much to be proud of.According to the Houston Press, Title IX had apparently never been applied to sexual orientation until about three months ago. Brown guided Prairie View A&M to the 2014 SWAC championship.A young boy's January prediction became reality on a sunny June afternoon for the Pepperdine baseball team. Afterward, Pepperdine Coach Andy Lopez and his players paid tribute to arguably their No. "Fred sent us a photo in January of himself standing in front of Rosenblatt Stadium with a letter telling me that we were going to win the national championship," Lopez said as the boy sat at his side at the postgame press conference.