The 2015 Syracuse field hockey schedule was released on Tuesday and includes nine games against teams that joined the Orange in the 2014 NCAA tournament.SU is coming off its first national championship game appearance in program history in 2014 — a 1-0 loss to Connecticut.Syracuse has four games against teams that earned automatic bids to the 2014 NCAA tournament and three teams that advanced to the quarterfinals.Syracuse travels to California for a season-opening three-game trip. It will play at Stanford, a 2014 national quarterfinalist, on Aug. 28. Then it heads up the coast for games against UC Davis and Pacific, on Aug. 29 and Aug. 31, respectively.Syracuse continues its road stretch with a game at Bucknell on Sept. 4. The Orange plays the first of its eight home games on Sept. 6 against Massachusetts at 1 p.m. at J.S. Coyne Stadium.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe following weekend, SU opens Atlantic Coast Conference play against 2014 national semifinalist North Carolina on Sept. 12 at home.The team embarks on a New England road trip to play Boston College (Sept. 19) and Yale (Sept. 20) before settling into J.S. Coyne Stadium for a four-game home stretch. The lineup consists of 2014 ACC regular season champion Virginia on Sept. 25, a host of other NCAA tournament participants — Boston University on Sept. 27, Monmouth on Oct. 2 — and Cornell on Oct. 4.Then the Orange travels to Louisville (Oct. 9) and Indiana (Oct. 11) before the Orange hosts its final two regular-season home games. Last season’s 2014 ACC tournament champion Wake Forest comes to Syracuse on Oct. 17 and, the next day, 2014 Ivy League champion Princeton arrives to play in Syracuse’s last home game.SU closes out its regular season at 2014 national quarterfinalist Duke on Oct. 24. Comments Published on June 16, 2015 at 1:18 pm Contact Sam: email@example.com | @Sam4TR Facebook Twitter Google+
Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 3, 2018 at 3:35 pm Contact Josh: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Schafer_44 Turnover timeIn the first quarter, Hartman dropped back to pass, but before he finished his throwing motion, dropped the ball. McKinley Williams snatched the loose ball with one hand, granting Syracuse possession at the Wake Forest 10-yard line. The Orange punched in a touchdown four plays later.In the third quarter, the mishaps of the Demon Deacons offensive line proved costly once more. As Hartman started his handoff with the running back, safety Andre Cisco dove in between the two, jarring the ball loose. This time, an Evan Foster recovery negated Wake’s ability to fully mount a comeback and once again granted Syracuse favorable field position. The Orange chewed off more than three minutes of clock en route to a field goal after the fumble.With a little under six minutes left in the game, Hartman lofted a pass into the corner of the end zone. It fell short, though, and landed in the hands of Syracuse cornerback Chris Fredrick, ending Wake Forest’s last hope for a comeback, as it trailed 41-24. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — No. 19 Syracuse (7-2, 4-2 Atlantic Coast) defeated Wake Forest (4-5, 1-4), 41-24, on Saturday at BB&T Field. In Syracuse’s first November win under head coach Dino Babers, the Orange dominated on the ground, rushing for 264 yards and five touchdowns. Syracuse forced three turnovers and sacked Wake Forest five times while allowing 434 total yards of offense.Ground and poundIn Syracuse’s first drive of the second half it threw three times in 10 plays. Moe Neal carried up the middle, went right and stumbled forward for seven yards. Three plays later, Eric Dungey rushed right on a quarterback power, outrunning the defensive end. He planted his right foot and cut back up the middle of the field, shaking off a weak tackle which didn’t bring arms.A few more quick-hitting passes, and a Dungey brought the Orange down to the goal line where the drive ended with a five-yard Chris Elmore touchdown run.On Syracuse’s next drive, Dungey dashed through the middle of the Wake Forest defense for a 26-yard touchdown run. Dungey didn’t throw a touchdown Saturday. It was the Orange’s first win without a passing touchdown since a 2014 win at Wake Forest.Party in the backfieldWake Forest’s freshman quarterback Sam Hartman spent much of Saturday’s game lying on his back. Early in the first quarter, middle linebacker Ryan Guthrie blitzed between the center and guard of Wake Forest’s offensive line. As Hartman tried to escape to the outside, Guthrie pulled Hartman’s feet out from under him for a three-yard loss.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textGuthrie’s second sack of the day came in the next quarter. This time, the linebacker ran free through the line of scrimmage directly at Hartman. As Hartman tried to duck underneath the tackle, Guthrie swallowed the quarterback for a sack.The trend continued throughout Syracuse’s five sacks. Hartman dropped back with little room to maneuver and was taken down by a streaking Syracuse defender. In the second quarter, a Kenneth Ruff bullrush led to the junior’s first career sack as Hartman tried to step up in the pocket, but landed in the right arm of Ruff.
The goalkeeper has been given permission to leave England’s training camp to finalise a deal ahead of tomorrow’s transfer deadline.It’s understood Sunderland were also interested.Hart’s agent, Jonathan Barnett, has told Italian media the deal to go to Torino is “done”.
â€‹Stoke City has confirmed the â‚¬7.2m (Â£6.35m) signing of 22-year-old Super Eagles midfielder Oghenekaro Peter Etebo from Portuguese club Feirense.Etebo, who will link up with his new teammates after the World Cup finals in Russia where the Super Eagles will play in group D alongside Croatia, Argentina and Iceland has signed a long term five-year contract with the Potters until 2023.He spent the second half of last season on loan at Las Palmas in La Liga and will now be tasked with helping Stoke return to the Premier League at the earliest opportunity after their relegation to the Championship in May. Stoke claimed to have sealed the deal ahead of Premier League and Bundesliga clubs.“We are delighted Etebo has chosen to join Stoke City, becoming our first signing of the summer,” chief executive Tony Scholes told the club’s official website.“I’m particularly pleased that he took the time to look beyond our current league status and understand who we are as a club before choosing us ahead of current Premier League and Bundesliga clubs.”New manager Gary Rowett said: “We’re really excited to have got the deal over the line for Etebo. I’m looking forward to seeing him in a Stoke City shirt as I’m sure our supporters are too.“Etebo is a very mobile, energetic midfielder and he’s a great age. He has played in the top divisions in Portugal and Spain and, of course, he’s heading into the World Cup with Nigeria which will be an amazing experience for him.”Stoke fans will hope to catch first glimpses of Etebo in action when Nigeria face Croatia (16th June), Iceland (22nd June) and Argentina (26th June) in Group D of the World Cup.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
The match is to be played on Saturday September 8 at the 10,000-capacity Stad Linité in Victoria, the capital city of Seychelles.Rohr who is expected to release the list of players invited for the AFCON 2019 qualifier, is also to visit Asaba to inspect the Stephen Keshi Stadium to find out if suitable to host the Match-Day 3 qualifier against Libya on Wednesday October 10, 2018.He is to among other things inspect the playing turf of the stadium which hosted the 21st African Senior Athletics Championships early this month.The manager is also expected to inspect the Grand Hotel at Nnebisi Road in Asaba to access its suitability for the huge game.Super Eagles lost their first game of the qualifying series to South Africa in Uyo. Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram *May release Eagles’ list for SeychellesSuper Eagles Technical Adviser, Gernot Rohr, is expected to arrive in Nigeria today after his extended holiday post-World Cup in Russia.Top NFF sources confirmed at the weekend that the Franco-German gaffer will hit ground plotting how to prosecute Nigeria’s Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2019) qualifying match next month away to Seychelles.
The Association of Skating Sports B&H will organize the first international competition in figure skating called ‘Sarajevo Open’ from 31 January to 2 February in the Olympic Hall ‘Juan Antonio Samaranch-Zetra’.The President of the Association Zikrija Đonko said that this will be the highest ranked competition in winter sports this season in Sarajevo and the central event to mark the 30th anniversary of the Sarajevo Olympics.‘’This is the first official skating competition in Sarajevo of the International Skating Union (ISU). In addition to skaters from the region, competitors from other European countries will take part. At this moment, we have official registration from 178 participants from 14 countries, as well as 11 international judges. The competition will be held in 18 categories, from boys and girls to seniors (men and women). We tried to fulfill the criteria of ISU by using the new judges scoring’’, said Đonko.The Association of Skating Sports has for far provided 40.000 BAM for technical equipment and the hall, and the total organization of this huge international competition is between 70.000 and 80.000 BAM.‘’We call on the relevant bodies to help us because with this competition, we are testing the organizational capabilities for the Olympic Youth Festival-EYOF 2017 in Sarajevo’’, said Đonko.B&H will present 10 young skaters at ‘Sarajevo Open’, and the highest expectations are on Arijana Tirak, the state champion, who will participate in the junior category.Skaters from Cyprus, Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary, Italy, Russia, Finland, Czech Republic, Latvia, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Romania and B&H will take part at ‘Sarajevo Open.(Source: Fena)
MORE: Lane Kiffin still made about being fired by USCTaulia Tagovailoa, also a quarterback, has not announced the move, although sources told The Athletic’s Aaron Suttles that he has spoken on multiple occasions in the past about transferring.He committed to the Crimson Tide in April 2018 and played in five games as a freshman last season, backing up his brother and Mac Jones, who is now the incumbent starter. He completed 9 of 12 passes for 100 yards and a touchdown. Speculation over where Taulia Tagovailoa will transfer was intense Friday. According to 247Sports.com’s timeline, he received scholarship offers from Hawaii, Oregon, Florida Atlantic, Syracuse, Oklahoma State, Florida, Tennessee, Nebraska and Michigan in addition to Alabama. His unofficial visits included trips to LSU and South Carolina. The sophomore would have to sit out the 2020 season after making a move and then have three years of eligibility remaining.Jones will face a challenge from five-star freshman Bryce Young while attempting to succeed Tua Tagovailoa, who was selected fifth overall by the Dolphins in last month’s NFL Draft. Taulia Tagovailoa is leaving Alabama.AL.com and the Tuscaloosa News reported Friday that the younger brother of former Crimson Tide quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has entered the NCAA’s transfer portal.
MASON CITY — The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors today amended the COVID-19 travel restrictions imposed on county employees. The county’s director of administrative services Tom Meyer says with the travel recommendations being changed from the Centers for Disease Control on being under quarantine upon return, it was time to update the county’s policy. “We had some requirements for employees involving any travel outside of Iowa that would require a 14-day quarantine from work. Given what’s happening, and also some of the changes in CDC recommendations, I spoke to our public health director. They are not necessarily recommending a ban on travel outside the state. I think the board could amend that to any travel outside of the country would require a quarantine.” Meyer says they still would like for now to have county employees still report on their travel in the event they go to an area of the country where COVID-19 is still a hot spot. “I would still like to leave in there that they would still report to let us know if they are traveling out of state, so if there is a hot spot and we have to evaluate that on a case-by-case basis.” The supervisors unanimously approved the change in the policy.
Submitted by The Oly Town ArtesiansThe Oly Town Artesians will host the Tacoma Stars on Saturday, November 22 to open their inaugural season in the Western Indoor Soccer League.The Artesians will play four regular season home games at Olympia Indoor Soccer and one mid-season home friendly during the 2014-2015 season and will hit the road for a preseason tournament on November 1 at the Tacoma Soccer Center and four regular season away games.Below is the 2014-2015 schedule for the Oly Town Artesians. Game times will be released at a later date.Saturday, November 1 – @ Northwest Indoor Invitational – Tacoma Soccer CenterSaturday, November 22 – vs. Tacoma Stars – Olympia Indoor SoccerSaturday, December 6 – vs. Wenatchee Fire – Olympia Indoor SoccerSaturday, December 13 – @ Arlington Aviators – Soccer First Indoor Soccer, ArlingtonSaturday, December 20 – @ Bellingham United – Bellingham SportsplexSaturday, January 3 – vs. Bellingham United – Olympia Indoor SoccerSaturday, January 10 – @ Tacoma Stars – Tacoma Soccer CenterSaturday, January 17 – @ Wenatchee Fire – Wenatchee Valley SportsplexSaturday, January 24 – vs. TBD – Olympia Indoor SoccerSaturday, January 31 – vs. Arlington Aviators – Olympia Indoor Soccer February 7/8– WISL Playoffs – TBDFebruary 14/15 – WISL Championship – TBDThe Artesians have a bye in the first week of WISL play. The league’s opening games will be played on Saturday, November 15 with a pair of games. Bellingham United visits the Tacoma Stars and the Arlington Aviators hos the Wenatchee Fire.Season tickets will be available for purchase shortly. $20 will get fans into all five home games. Individual tickets will be priced at $5 in advance and $6 at the door. Children 5 and under are free.Fans can follow the Oly Town Artesians on their website, on Twitter at @OlyTownFC and on Facebook. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0
An early round loss spelled the end of the line for the Nelson Selects at the B.C. Soccer Provincial B U15 Boy’s Cup Sunday at Kings Park in Penticton.Host Pinnacles from Penticton scored early and often en route to a 7-1 shellacking of the Selects in consolation play.The loss dropped Nelson into eighth spot in the tournament.“Naturally we are disappointed with our final placement but the difference was so tight from first to fourth in our group . . . just a one-game difference,” commented co-coach Dan Szabo.“We certainly belonged in this tournament and competed well and if not for a few errors and breakdowns could have challenged for gold and were so close to the bronze game.”“You only get three games to determine your placing,” Szabo added.Nolan Percival scored the only goal of the game for Nelson against Penticton.The Selects opened with a 4-1 loss to Comox Valley in a game the Kootenay Reps dominated in the early going.Two first half goals by Comox Valley, one on a penalty shot, gave the Island Reps a 2-0 lead. James Miller pulled Nelson to within a goal.With the Selects pressing for the equalizer, Comox Valley put the game away with two goals in the final three minutes.Nelson bounced back Friday by stopping West Vancouver Spuraways 3-2. The teams exchanged goals, Nelson’s Percival scoring, before the Lower Mainland team took over the game scoring to make it 2-1.In the second half Spencer Szabo, on a fine individual play, tied the game before Micah May pushed the ball past the West Vancouver defence to notch the winner.Still in the running for a medal, Nelson saw its hopes fade away with a 3-1 loss to Vancouver Point Grey.“A win or a tie in this game would have resulted in Nelson playing in the bronze medal game,” Szabo said.Once again Nelson fell behind before the trio of Szabo, May and Percival, the latter scoring the goal, combined to pull Nelson to 2-1.Pressing for the tying goal Nelson saw its medal hopes dashed when Point Grey scored an insurance goal on goalkeeper Harrison Giles.“(The coaching staff is) proud of our boys . . .. They really worked for it,” said Szabo.“We have come so far with this group since last season,” he added. “We reached our goal of making provincials and now have a good idea of where we are with teams from across the province. “We will only get better.”email@example.com