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Vol. 9, Issue 268 • Friday, September 24, 2004
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Dave Shoji, shown here in a 1988 photo, will coach his 1,000th match tomorrow when Hawaii takes on Pepperdine. Shoji tops the list in winning percentage at .849 and is second behind UCLA's Andy Banachowski in total victories.
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