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Former Earthquakes player and general manager Johnny Moore, a San Jose resident, has been elected into the Quakes Hall of Fame.

A longtime Bay Area soccer coach, Moore was the first player signed by the expansion Quakes in 1974 in the North American Soccer League. He played for the Quakes from 1974-77, before playing one season with the Oakland Stompers. He'll be inducted May 10 at Buck Shaw Stadium when the Earthquakes face FC Dallas in the club's 40th anniversary game.

A native of Scotland, Moore was the Quakes player/assistant general manager for three seasons, contributing eight goals and 14 assists overall. Moore also played 11 full internationals for the United States, including four World Cup Qualifiers in 1972. He became the Quakes vice president and general manager in 1977 while still contributing on the field.

College

Stanford's Kristian Ipsen, a Clayton native who attended De La Salle High, was voted the Pac-12 Men's Diver of the Year, teammate Bradley Christiansen was named Pac-12 Men's Diving Freshman/Newcomer of the Year and Cardinal coach Rick Schavone was voted Pac-12 Men's Diving Coach of the Year, the league announced Wednesday.

The awards were voted on by the conference's diving head coaches. It's the first time since 2010 that a school has swept all three awards.

Ipsen won Diver of the Year for the second straight time after defending his 1-meter title at the Pac-12 Championships and finishing second in the 1-meter and third in the platform competitions.Christiansen made his NCAA championships debut by qualifying for both the 1-meter and 3-meter portions.

Schavone was voted Pac-12 Men's Diving Coach of the Year for the third straight year and fourth time overall. He also took the honor in 1995, 2012 and 2013. Schavone has also received the Pac-12 Women's Diving Coach of the Year award six times.

Wire services contributed to this report.