Nigeria’s D’Tigress started their FIBA Africa Pre-Olympics qualifiers on a winning note after strolling over DR Congo 20-0 points.The Coach Otis Hughley side performed a walk over ceremony over DR Congo who failed to show up for the competition holding in Maputo, Mozambique.Currently ranked Number 1 in Africa and 16th in the world, the team shot to the top of Group A with one match to go. The reigning African champions will now shift their attention to their last group game against host Mozambique on Saturday after booking an automatic semi final ticket.Winners of the semi final encounters will qualify for the Olympics Qualifying Tournament (QQT) to be hold next year.The entire team including official AFA Sports ambassador, team captain and MVP Ezinne Kalu have been training relentlessly to bring home the victory.Speaking live from Maputo yesterday, Ezinne confirmed that the girls were in high spirits and excited about the Pre-Olympic qualifiers.“We understand how much is riding on these next few games and we are confident that we have done enough to sail through the pre-qualifiers and get a step closer to realising our World Cup dreams.”Six countries – including hosts Mozambique, Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo), Mali, Nigeria and Senegal – are divided into two groups of three teams each.They will play a round-robin format in their specific groups with the winner of Group A facing the second team in Group B while the winner of Group B will come up against the second ranked team in Group A in the Semi-Finals.The two winners of the Maputo-showdown Semi-Finals will not play a Final as they will automatically advance to the 16-nation FIBA Women’s Olympic Qualifying Tournaments (WOQT) in February next year where the top three teams from each of the three WOQTs will qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.If the girls win this round, they will have to play the qualifiers in February before being eligible to represent Nigeria in Tokyo and potentially take home the FIBA Basketball World Cup.Vice President of the Nigerian Basketball Federation (NBBF), Babatunde Ogunade, said, “We are beyond hopeful about our girls’ chances during these next few crucial games and we are grateful for the support we have had thus far. The girls are fired up are highly likely to qualify for the Olympics.”AFA Sports, the official apparel sponsors have been proud supporters of the women’s team and speaking to Founder, Ugo Udezue, he reiterated that he has every confidence in the girls’ ability to conquer in all their games.He continued, “AFA are a premium sports apparel brand based in Victoria Island and D’Tigress have been instrumental in bringing the AFA vision to life. We are committed to creating premium performance wear that allows athletes to play to the very best of their abilities and I believe that we are on the verge of watching D’Tigress make history once more.”D’Tigress, the champions of Africa, succeeded in defending the title they won two years ago after defeating the same team 65-48 in Bamako, Mali in 2017.Even more impressively, D’Tigress have become the first team to win back-to-back FIBA Women’s AfroBasket titles since Angola followed up their 2011 triumph with another in 2013.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Published on April 11, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: firstname.lastname@example.org | @mark_cooperjr Comments In a tie game in the fourth inning Sunday, Syracuse looked to rally to take the lead in a crucial Big East game.After Jenna Caira struck out, the bottom three hitters of the lineup came to the plate. For a team struggling to get any production from the bottom of its lineup all season, the fourth inning did not look promising.Then Stacy Kuwik walked. Kelly Saco came up next and doubled. Rachel Helman followed that up with an RBI single.The last three hitters of the order did their job and turned it over to the top of the lineup.The result: a five-run inning that blew the game open. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘It’s nice to see the bottom of the lineup getting that started,’ SU head coach Leigh Ross said. ‘It’s good to know that you don’t have to wait for your top of the order to get up and make something happen.’With an offense more balanced than it has been all season, the Orange (19-16, 5-3 Big East) took two of three from Providence (12-18, 3-5) over the weekend. The two teams split on Saturday, with Syracuse winning the first 11-1 and the Friars taking the second 7-6, and the Orange won Sunday’s game 10-2. Syracuse averaged more than nine runs per game in the series, a huge jump from the four runs per game average that SU had on the season prior to this weekend.‘Everybody saw what they wanted and attacked what they wanted,’ said Lisaira Daniels, who went 5-10, raising her team-leading batting average to .382. ‘I think that was the difference from previous games.’The offensive numbers were astronomical for the Orange.Every hitter that received more than one at-bat over the weekend got a hit and scored a run. Syracuse’s 28 runs this weekend eclipsed the total runs scored for the Orange in any of the team’s five tournaments to begin the season.Those tournaments were five games apiece. The Orange did it in three games this weekend.Thank the production from the bottom of the order for that.‘When you’re hitting one through nine, it can just happen at any time,’ Ross said. ‘I think it’s the combination of seeing a lot of live (pitching), and we’re getting deeper in the season and maybe they’re knowing themselves a little bit better as hitters.’Kuwik, Saco and Helman, Syracuse’s usual seven through nine hitters, went 11-25 (.440 batting average) during the weekend. Their combined batting average before the weekend: .199.‘We were a lot more relaxed out there,’ Saco said. ‘Everyone was being more aggressive, jumping on that first strike. We just had a little more confidence in ourselves.’Syracuse’s offense got out to a fast start all weekend. The Orange scored at least two runs in the first inning of every game. On Sunday, the three through seven hitters of the Orange lineup rallied to push two runs across the plate after Veronica Grant and Daniels, SU’s two best hitters by batting average heading into the weekend, grounded out to start the game.‘We can’t always depend on the meat of our lineup,’ Daniels said. ‘That was really good. It was kind of relaxing (and) took a lot of pressure off.’Kuwik led the Orange with seven RBIs, highlighted by a five-RBI game in game one Saturday. Steph Watts hit her team-leading third home run of the season for the Orange in game two Saturday and finished with five RBIs on the weekend.Watts was also a big part of the five-run fourth inning Sunday. With the bases loaded and one out, the sophomore fought off pitch after pitch. She finally hit a deep fly ball on the 10th pitch of the at-bat to drive in Grant on a sacrifice fly.Her one at-bat was a microcosm of the team’s approach at the plate all weekend. It was something that wouldn’t have been possible without the bottom of the lineup setting the tone.‘She had a runner at third and she wanted to bring her around, so she knew she was looking for a certain pitch,’ Ross said. ‘That’s a good hitter. All the way through the lineup they’re being smart hitters right now.’email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+
When Emily Lu, a senior majoring in media arts and practice and visual and performing arts studies, returned to Hong Kong, she and her sister who attends Princeton University had to quarantine themselves in a hotel room for two weeks to prevent possibly spreading the coronavirus to their family. With the complications that arise from international flights, travel restrictions and ever-changing border policies, USC’s swift decision to permanently move this semester’s classes online because of the coronavirus forced international students to rapidly plan changes for the semester. “My daily schedule is completely flipped,” said Gaviotis, who returned to Dubai during spring break. “I work at night, I go to classes at night and I sleep during the day.” As the coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across the globe, students are scrambling to balance their focus between the outbreak and their academics. Singapore, South Korea and Poland are a few of the countries that require all individuals who have entered the country to use a government tracking app during their self-quarantine. Poland’s app necessitates users to send periodic selfies to prove their location, notifying the police if there’s no response within 20 minutes. Though reluctant to replace live lectures with recordings, Iwanejko said she may need to in the future because of a shift in her mental health from an increased sense of urgency throughout her day. With more than 1,000 confirmed coronavirus cases, Hong Kong began implementing electronic wristbands that track the location of its user on March 19. “If I don’t go to class live so I can ask questions and see the teacher talk, it’ll be tougher for me to stay up to date on my classwork,” said Gaviotis, a sophomore majoring in economics and mathematics. “I feel like if I actually go to the class on time, I’m more enticed to do it.” “If you’re working in breakout sessions in a classroom, you can still overhear certain things or say something to the entire group or walk over and look at somebody else’s work,” Yang said. “Those things can’t be built organically into something like Zoom.” When asked for a comment on specific accommodations USC has made for international students, USC redirected the Daily Trojan to the University’s online guide for students. Many students from countries outside of the United States find the loss of an on-campus, in-person college experience has undercut their original expectations for their spring semester in Los Angeles. “I’m very happy with how quickly USC made the decision to close classes and go into Zoom,” Gaviotis said. “If they hadn’t told us before spring break, I would’ve been stuck outside of Dubai and wouldn’t have been able to come back to my family.” With daily schedules entirely altered, students are finding difficulties in adjusting to unfamiliar routines. Yang’s experience is shared with many students overseas who were forced to make drastic changes to their daily schedules. USC created the Student Basic Need Fund to assist students who have encountered unexpected financial burdens due to the coronavirus, which is open to the entire student body. Even with USC requirements to record lectures, international students have struggled with adjusting to the new format, often choosing between missing the class live or attending during problematic hours. (Tiffany Kao | Daily Trojan) “After a week of attending classes [in my timezone] and waking up late, I felt a difference in my personal well-being,” Iwanejko said. “It’s harder for me to manage my time more effectively because I have less time between when I wake up and my classes.” On top of transitioning to a new time zone, Iwanejko also didn’t have a Polish SIM card, prompting police officers to physically check up on her nearly every day of her two-week period of self-quarantine. On every visit, police confirmed Iwanejko was in quarantine and Iwanejko would explain her phone situation. Yang contributes to her group project in her own time, removed from the active discussion and moments of creative bursts among her classmates during the sessions. “It’s discouraging, especially as international students,” said Zuzanna Iwanejko, a sophomore majoring in philosophy, politics and law who is taking her classes from Poland. “We went to USC to physically be there and get to know our professors and use the resources USC provides for us.” “I think out of 14 days, they came 10 times, one of which was twice in the same day,” Iwanejko said. The University recommended all students who must travel overseas to contact the Office of International Services to address potential visa complications amid ongoing travel restrictions across the world. Colleges across the nation have swapped in-person lectures with online classes in an effort to curb face-to-face interactions due to the coronavirus. Following USC’s decision to transition all classes to online mid-March, many international students immediately dispersed to their home countries. Using Gulf Standard Time, Dubai is 11 hours ahead of California, a nearly perfect reversal of mornings and evenings. The United Arab Emirates temporarily blocked visa holders from entering the country on March 19, less than a week after the University declared classes would be moved online. “I’ll stay connected with my other friends who are also going through this … just being a support system for each other since these are nearly unprecedented circumstances,” Lu said. Some overseas students have faced an additional obstacle during their reentry: government-mandated quarantines. Angelos Gaviotis begins his day after the sun is past its peak, around 3 p.m., joining his family for breakfast when they are eating lunch. By the time Gaviotis prepares for his classes, the Dubai skyline outside his window is dark — Gaviotis peers at his bright laptop screen starting at 8 p.m., his classes often lasting until 5 a.m. “I have four routers in my house … and I still get kicked out,” Iwanejko said. “There are some classes that are definitely harder, especially big lectures, because I have so many people, the server is overcrowded [and] I tend to get kicked out of the system.” “It just doesn’t seem real right now,” said Audrey Yang, a freshman majoring in neuroscience and economics, who is attending classes from Taiwan. “I don’t have a routine anymore, which is really messing up everything because I feel like I’m slacking on assignments at the same time.” To adapt to the new online format, Yang’s professor adjusted the class to utilize more breakout sessions — none of which Yang can attend as they run from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m. in her local zone. Internet strengths often highly vary from country to country, leaving students with poorer connections finding themselves unable to consistently attend Zoom classes. Poland’s unsteady internet connection prevents Iwanejko from being able to join meetings with her video on, making her the only student in her Chinese language class without it. “I really am a morning person,” said Iwanejko, whose classes run until midnight. “Just having everything in the evening influenced my participation a little bit because I’m more tired in the evening, perhaps less engaged.” Centered on group projects, Yang’s studio class required students to create an experimental game exploring speculative design methods. “With everything going on, it’s just so depressing that you feel like this isn’t that important anymore,” Audrey Yang said. For Katherine Yang, a sophomore majoring in media arts and practice, returning to Hong Kong created an array of problems for her core classes. In a studio class for her major heavily based on discussion and collaboration with other cohort members, the transition to online meetings has offered clear shortcomings. As a member of USC’s hip-hop dance team Chaotic 3, Lu used her passion for hip-hop to help cope with her situation as she danced in her hotel room to pass time. Lu and other members of Chaotic 3 began sending videos of themselves to each other dancing from their respective locations, continuing the group’s engagement despite being separated. “Having to just watch the recordings and trying to work with my group members at other times, it’s a big loss for me,” she said. Though the University has required all online lectures to be recorded, students across the globe are united in their struggle in maintaining the momentum from the first half of the semester amid the change in their environments. Despite the inevitable timezone conflict, students said they’d rather be in the safety of their own homes. “Ultimately, would you rather be stuck in the U.S. or stuck in your home country?” Katherine Yang said. “I think a lot of people would prefer the latter.”
PORTLAND, Ore. >> Paul Pierce had played in 159 playoff games, including a brief appearance in Game 1 of the Clippers’ series with Portland.Pierce played 10 minutes and 41 seconds in his first playoff game with the Clippers. He was the 11th man off the bench, and they were the fewest minutes he’d ever played in his playoff career.Things, though, were about to get tougher.In the Clippers’ Game 2 win, Pierce didn’t play. In Game 3, he played fewer than five minutes. After two games of futility, Portland’s high-powered backcourt of Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum couldn’t be corralled. Forced to trap even more aggressively, the Clippers didn’t account for Mason Plumlee, who took control as the Trail Blazers’ primary distributor.It was total defensive failure, one the team had to relive Sunday during an extensive film session.“We’re not going to win a lot of games playing the way we played last night,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. “I really believe you can miss as many shots as you want and win the game if you play right, if you follow the game plan and you still have a chance to win. I thought last night, we were very fortunate to somehow be in that game.”There are tough truths you need to face in the playoffs, and if you don’t address them, the Clippers could be headed back to L.A. in a completely different position.And, this is where Pierce can step in.An expert on the psychology of a playoff series, Pierce’s knowledge flooded out once the gates were open.“You have to play with a sense of urgency. Every game has to be like that. You’ve got to understand that games on the road are going to be a lot tougher than games at home,” he said. “…The mental aspect has to change on the road. You can’t expect calls. You have to have urgency, You have to match their intensity. All those things have to go up on the road, especially after a loss.”Pierce continued to talk about mentality, especially headed into a pivotal Game 4.“You try to get a team down, get them desperate,” he said. And, then it’s the mental part of it. We have the talent. We know we can play. You can’t go into a game where you’re up 2-0 and think it’s going to be easy. You have to change that whole approach.“Now, it’s 2-1. This could be a whole new series if they beat us, so we have to come in with our backs against the wall. We want to create doubt in their heads, and when you go up 3-1, you create a lot of doubt.”And, Rivers doesn’t doubt that Pierce will still make an impact on the court.“I do. I really do,” Rivers said. “I don’t know when or where, but he will. I’m confident of that.”If Pierce was able to impart his wisdom and help the Clippers get mentally right, he might’ve already had one. “It’s difficult to not play when you’ve been playing your whole career,” Pierce said.But Pierce knows that this is the time of year where “difficult” can’t be an excuse. That’s why he hasn’t let that silence his voice.It’s why he’s still acting as a leader behind the scenes, readying himself for what could be a series-changing moment.Heading into Game 4 Monday, the Clippers are going to have to deal with difficulties, and like Pierce, they have to meet the challenges.After losing 96-88 Saturday night, the Clippers officially find themselves in a series. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
The play didn’t count because of a penalty, but Ryan showed he still has the touch. @JonRyan9 you beautiful being.The old fake FG attempt!!! pic.twitter.com/55Saq56vIL— Saskatchewan Roughriders (@sskroughriders) July 20, 2019The Regina native last played for the Seahawks in 2017. Prior to this year, his last CFL experience came with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in 2005. Jon Ryan completed 75 percent of his passes during his 12-year NFL career. OK, he was just 3 for 4, but that isn’t the point here; the point is that he showed Saturday that he can still sling it.The former Packers and Seahawks punter is back in the CFL, 14 years after leaving for the States. Playing for his hometown Saskatchewan Roughriders, he dusted off a fake field goal vs. the British Columbia Lions (Ryan was the ‘Hawks’ holder for years). MORE: Russell Wilson wants to play until he’s 45Oh, and Ryan can still kick it, too. The 37-year-old launched a 77-yarder against the Lions.Hey, it’s football in July. Just getting everyone ready for when the NFL kicks off Aug. 1 in the Hall of Fame Game.
In quarterfinals of Challenge Cup Women handball club ”Zrinjski” will play against Croatian club ”Fantasyland” from Samobor.”Zrinjski” defeated Macedonian club ”Kumanovo” which enabled it to qualify to quarterfinals.One of the best players Ana Prusina said that the she is glad that ”Zrinjski” will play against ”Fantasyland” because they know well their opponent, which is a very good team.Prusina added that she and her teammates will give its best to defeat ”Fantasyland” and qualify to semi-finals.
? “Team First Wins” is the everyday mantra of the program. This is a program that has won three Southland Conference championships in the last five seasons, including the first tournament title in 2018-19 that featured the trip to The Dance. A year of firsts constantly was centered around the daily reminders that truly putting the team above everything will provide success. That came to fruition in a big way.Coach Goodenough finished off this past season with another 20-win campaign, and that saying has never left her side. The players have embraced it as well, and they speak the same way as their leader. Everyone has bought in, and it truly does show us that “Team First Wins.”The 2018-19 season featured a 6-0 start, a 3-0 start to league play, and a team that eventually won nine of its last 10 games leading into the NCAA Tournament. It featured three wins in Katy, Texas, including a record-setting quarterfinal win over Central Arkansas, an upset over the top-seeded Lamar Cardinals, and an unforgettable victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the tournament championship game. Relive all that excitement through the eyes of the head coach. You can order the book through the Texas Star Trading Co. and on Amazon.Texas Star Trading Co. can be contacted by phone at (325) 672-9696 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The store itself is closed due to COVID-19, but they are fulfilling online orders. Anyone who wishes to avoid shipping costs can arrange to pick up the book at the store itself as well Courtesy of ACU AthleticsABILENE, Texas – The 2018-19 Abilene Christian women’s basketball season was one to never forget. Well, now you officially do not have to. You can literally relive the magic of that one-of-a-kind year. The sights, sounds, behind-the-scenes, never-before-heard ideas and stories are here. Head coach Julie Goodenough kept a real-time journal of a 23-10 season that finished with the team’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Tournament, and now “Team First Wins” is available to order. The remarkable season that featured ups, downs, twists, turns, heartbreak, and unforgettable magic now is here for you to read and re-live.
LAST week Mauricio Pochettino said he felt like Steven Spielberg — now he is quoting Jack Nicholson.Being followed around by a film crew is clearly having an effect on the Tottenham manager.3 Mauricio Pochettino said he felt like Steven Spielberg — now he is quoting Jack NicholsonCredit: Getty – ContributorBut while he may be part of Amazon’s fly-on-the-ball documentary of his club, he has ruled out appearing as a TV pundit . . . at least for the time being.Poch, whose side are live on Sky at Everton tomorrow, said: “If you go on TV you need to say something. Many people who played football are now pundits.“Would I be a pundit? Today, no.“You never know what will happen but I respect the manager and players too much.“Also when you give your opinion people inside the club are laughing because you don’t have all the facts.“It is easy to talk from outside. We were talking the other day about the film A Few Good Men — ‘You want the truth, you can’t handle the truth!’“I respect every opinion but cannot pay too much attention.”Pochettino was speaking after Sky pundits Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness slammed Dele Alli’s display in Spurs’ 2-1 loss at Liverpool.3The two-time PFA Young Player of the Year has struggled for form as he continues to feel his way back after an injury-hit 15 months.Poch added: “We need to remember that Dele is still so young and the demand and the pressure on him is massive.“Everyone expects big things from him but he’s only 23 years old. OK, he’s now dropped a little bit but we need to help and back him.”And Poch denied Dele has lost focus since signing a new six-year £150,000-a-week deal.The Spurs chief said: “No, his mentality is good. At some point the level drops for every single talented young player.”£1 FREE BET Try your luck with a free bet on any sport with LadbrokesMeanwhile Spurs want Uefa to get tough with Red Star Belgrade if their stars are racially abused next week.The Serbs have already been fined after racist abuse from their supporters in the Champions League this season.Boss Mauricio Pochettino and his players will follow Uefa’s protocol should there be a repeat during Wednesday’s Group B game.Poch said: “We’ve got to trust in the Uefa protocol. We can’t go there and think ‘Oh something is going to happen’. We need to go there, follow the protocol of Uefa and then if something happens take the decision that is needed.Mauricio Pochettino asked about the performances of Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen after Champions League draw with OlympiacosMost Read in FootballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for him“We need to trust that nothing wrong is going to happen. I am always a person that trusts that people can learn and improve.”Red Star were fined £45,000 after racist chanting and bad behaviour during a qualifier at HJK Helsinki in July.Their fans were banned from travelling to Spurs last week — but 300 still managed to buy tickets from home fans.3 Gary Neville, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness slammed Dele Alli’s display in Spurs’ 2-1 loss at LiverpoolCredit: Getty – Contributor
A unique research project off the coast of Inishowen into basking shark behaviour has started in earnest.An unusually early start to the shark season in April caught Donegal’s basking shark research team from Queens University in Belfast a little off guard.With sea surface summer temperatures starting to climb above 11 degree Celsius for prolonged periods a Malin head based research team are gearing up for what may prove to be one of the most memorable seasons in recent Irish marine research. To investigate shark movements and predator- prey associations the team plan to deploy numerous different types of tracking tags on the sharks including five satellite relaying tags.It is hoped these pioneering Fastloc GPS enabled tags will relay live positions and record fine scale movements of the huge sharks.Until now tracking marine based animals has proven to be extremely problematic for scientists because satellite signals can only be retrieved from a steady platform on the waters surface.Light Geo-location using recorded measurements of light levels and day and night have been used to roughly determine positions (with an approx. 75km radius of uncertainty). All sounds a bit complicated, well it is, add in a cocktail of unseasonal weather, unpredictable shark behaviour and some of the Atlantic oceans roughest waters and the possibilities of success are greatly reduced.This small chance of success hasn’t deterred the Inishowen based researchers who are working with the Marine Biological School in Queens University Belfast to pioneer this deployment a first for Ireland and the Atlantic.“Last year we pioneered the worlds first deployment of Timed Depth Recorders on the basking shark, this year we are taking it to another level with the deployment of five Fastloc enabled satellite tags.“If they work, the data recovered will provide an insight into the shark’s behaviour which has been an enigma to marine biologists for decades.” stated Emmett Johnston the project coordinator.The tag deployments are the final part of a five month long programme of marine based community awareness funded by the Inishowen Development Partnership entitled ‘The Monster Munch Project’. Five lucky Primary School classes from Inishowen have named the tags and will be following their progress over a google maps viewer in a newly developed section of the website.For more details log onto www.baskingshark.ieUNIQUE BASKING SHARK RESEARCH BEGINS OFF COAST OF DONEGAL was last modified: May 10th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Basking SharksInishowen
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