Carey Chooses Hawaii as Place for New Start
Tim Carey, the former Los Alamitos quarterback who left Stanford this week after being passed over for the starting position there, will transfer to Hawaii.
Beth Goode, Stanford assistant media relations director, said Friday Carey was no longer on the team, but was listed as a Stanford student until his next school notifies them of the transfer.
Carey, a fourth-year junior who was en route to his Seal Beach residence Friday, sent his academic transcripts to Hawaii, and officials at the school confirmed Friday the unofficial transcripts had arrived along with a form from Stanford giving them permission to allow his enrollment.
Although several Cardinal teammates tried to persuade him Wednesday to stay, Coach Tyrone Willingham--who selected redshirt freshman Chad Hutchinson as the starting quarterback--couldn’t guarantee Carey would play a lot.
Carey will have to sit out this season and will have one year of eligibility remaining in 1997.
Jennifer Averill, Cal State Fullerton soccer player, will be out for the remainder of the women’s soccer season because of a torn knee ligament. The junior transfer from Mt. San Antonio College played only 13 minutes in the season opener against Fresno State before she was injured.
The Cal State Fullerton men’s soccer game against Virginia on Friday, in the first-round of the Virginia Tournament, has been postponed until 10:30 a.m. today because of weather conditions in Charlottesville. The Titans are also scheduled to play American University at 9 a.m. Sunday.