FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas’ Fernanda Lira is the March Southland Women’s Golfer of the Month, the league announced Wednesday. Southland monthly awards are presented by UniversalCoin.com. UCA captured two top-five finishes in March and placed sixth in the River Landing Classic behind Lira’s three top-five individual performances. The team wraps up the regular season at the Murray State-Jan Weaver Invitational on March 6-7 before competing at the 2018 Southland Conference Women’s Golf Championship in Montgomery, Texas, on April 16-18. Golfer of the Month: Fernanda Lira, Central Arkansas – Sr. – Mexico City, MexicoA runner-up placing at the 3M Augusta Invitational highlighted a career month for Lira that saw the senior finish no lower than fifth individually in each of her three tournaments in March. The Mexico City native shot five-under 211, recording a low round of 69 to open the tournament. This performance came after carding a 215 and fourth-place finish at the River Landing Classic to start March. At the Mountain View Collegiate in Tucson, Ariz., Lira posted a second round 70 score to pace herself toward a fifth place finish behind a 217 total score. Honorable Mention: Hanna Alberto, Sam Houston State; Kaity Cummings, Houston Baptist; Erica Lautensack, Stephen F. Austin. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
Name Class School Hometown Major GPA Veronica Corcoran Sr. New Orleans Closter, N.J. Marketing 3.86 Mackenzie Harris So. Abilene Christian Murfreesboro, Tenn. Accounting 4.00 Emily Venable Sr. Nicholls Gonzales, La. Biology 3.92 The All-Academic teams are voted on by the head coach, sports information director and academic/compliance staff member from each institution. Student-athletes must possess a 3.0 cumulative GPA and have completed one full academic year at the nominating institution to qualify for All-Academic selection. Mackenzie Dear^ Sr. Central Arkansas Conway, Ark. Health Sciences 3.90 SFA’s Corin Evans joins AMCC’s Young as the only two to earn both indoor and beach all-academic honors. UNO and Nicholls each placed a senior on the team in Veronica Corcoran and Emily Venable, respectively. The Southland Conference awards committee, which consists of one administrator from each of the 13 member schools, votes for the student-athlete of the year. The Southland student-athlete of the year award is presented to one student-athlete who achieves excellence in both academics and athletics. All nominees must have earned at least a 3.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale and demonstrated athletics achievement for at least two years at the nominating institution.2020 Southland Beach Volleyball All-Academic Team Dear boasts a 3.90 GPA in health sciences and sported a flawless 8-0 record this spring with partner Aly Brinkley at the No. 1 position before the season was cancelled due to COVID-19. Dear, a two-year team captain, is a four-time member of the President’s List and has appeared on the Dean’s List on three occasions.Dear was joined on the squad by teammate Faith Hasness, a sophomore from Spring Branch, Texas. UCA was one of three programs with a pair of honorees, along with Houston Baptist and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Huskies are represented by sophomore Kylie Bryan and senior Tori Hinojosa. The Islanders accounted for two of the three student-athletes with perfect 4.0 GPA’s in sophomore Fanny Ahman and junior Rachel Young. Fanny Ahman So. A&M-Corpus Christi Umea, Sweden Kinesiology 4.00 Faith Hasness So. Central Arkansas Spring Branch, Texas Undecided 3.93 Corin Evans Sr. Stephen F. Austin Katy, Texas Kinesiology 3.97 Kylie Bryan So. Houston Baptist Red Oak, Texas Biology/Biomedical Sciences 3.72 FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas’ Mackenzie Dear is the 2020 Southland Conference Beach Volleyball Student-Athlete of the Year, the league announced Monday with its all-academic teams. Student-Athlete of the Year awards are presented by GEICO. Tori Hinojosa Sr. Houston Baptist San Antonio, Texas Marketing 3.46 Abilene Christian, New Orleans, Nicholls and Stephen F. Austin each garnered one spot on the all-academic list. ACU’s Mackenzie Harris is the third individual with a 4.0 GPA. ^Student-Athlete of the Year Rachel Young Jr. A&M-Corpus Christi Frisco, Texas Finance 4.00 Student-Athlete of the Year: Mackenzie Dear, Central Arkansas
WITH SMITH IN CHARGE, LONGSHOT MIRTH GOES GATE TO WIRE TO TAKE GRADE I, $300,000 RODEO DRIVE STAKES BY 1 ¼ LENGTHS
WITH SMITH IN CHARGE, LONGSHOT MIRTH GOES GATE TO WIRE TO TAKE GRADE I, $300,000 RODEO DRIVE STAKES BY 1 ¼ LENGTHS; TRAINED BY D’AMATO, COLONEL JOHN FILLY GETS 1 ¼ MILES ON TURF IN 1:58.47RACE IS A BREEDERS’ CUP ‘WIN & YOU’RE IN’ CHALLENGE RACE QUALIFIERARCADIA, Calif. (Sept. 28, 2019)–With legendary “Big Money” Mike Smith dealing the cards on the front end, 9-1 longshot Mirth registered an impressive 1 ¼ length victory in Saturday’s Grade I, $300,000 Rodeo Drive Stakes at Santa Anita. Trained by Phil D’Amato, who won the Grade II John Henry Turf Championship earlier in the day, Mirth, a 4-year-old Pennsylvania-bred daughter of Colonel John, got a mile and one quarter on turf in 1:58.47.Most recently a non-threatening fifth at 1 3/8 miles on turf at Del Mar Aug. 16, Mirth, who was ridden for the first time today by Smith, paid $14.20, $6.20 and $3.40.Out of the French Deputy mare Di’s Delight, Mirth, who by virtue of her win today earns a fees-paid berth in the $2 million Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf on Nov. 2 at Santa Anita, picked up $180,000 for the win, increasing her earnings to $315,563.Irish-bred Beau Recall, the 6-5 favorite with Drayden Van Dyke, rallied well for the place, overhauling fellow Irish-bred Elysea’s World close home by a neck. Beau Recall paid $3.00 and $2.20.Elysea’s World, who was unable to head the winner turning for home, finished 5 ¼ lengths in front of Siberian Iris and paid $2.40 to show.Fractions on the race were 23.72, 47.53, 1:11.05 and 1:35.00.
Everton star Andre Gomes thanks fans for their unconditional support in social media message after horror injury against Spurs SPURS underwhelmed yet again as they laboured to a scarcely deserved 1-1 draw against Sheffield United at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.After being let off in the first half when John Lundstram cannoned an effort off the post, Spurs were gifted the lead in the second-half when Enda Stevens’ poor touch gave Son Heung-min a gift to put his side 1-0 up.5 Mauricio Pochettino couldn’t hide his frustrationCredit: Getty Images – Getty5 Kane had a quiet afternoon in North LondonCredit: AFP or licensorsAnd Spurs were even granted a huge let off when VAR somehow decided to disallow David McGoldrick’s equaliser.But the Blades weren’t to be denied and Eric Dier’s unfortunate own goal gave Chris Wilder’s men a merited share of the spoils.Here is how SunSport rated each individual performance on a poor afternoon for Mauricio Pochettino’s men.PAULO GAZZANIGABrilliant early save after a corner was only half cleared. Did everything asked of him well. Helpless for the equaliser. 6SERGE AURIERFound Kane with a nice cross, the England captain should have done better. One of his less erratic performances. 6DAVINSON SANCHEZSlack pass gave Sheffield United a great chance to counter attack. Constantly troubled by Mousset and McGoldrick. 4ERIC DIERGave away a few needless fouls early on. Struggled with having to pass out from the back with his left foot. Booked. Fell asleep for McGoldrick’s disallowed equaliser. Nightmare moment as he nodded past his own goalkeeper for Sheffield United’s equaliser. 45 Dier saw yellow early on in just his second Prem start of the seasonCredit: Getty Images – GettyBEN DAVIESFirm in the tackle. Played his part in the best Spurs chance of the first half when he fizzed a nice pass into Son. 5MOUSSA SISSOKOBattled manfully in the midfield but with little effect. Sometimes lacks creativity to really be useful in games like this. 5TANGUY NDOMBELEConstantly buzzed around and tried to inject pace into what was often a laboured Spurs performance. Good footwork and ability to fizz the ball into his team-mates. Replaced by Winks at half-time. 6GIOVANI LO CELSOCould have done better with Son’s 38th minute cut-back. Tried to make things happen but often wasn’t quite on the same wavelength as his team-mates. Decent first-half through ball nearly found Kane. 55 Lo Celso rolled wide a great chance in the first halfCredit: ReutersDELE ALLIPut Aurier in behind with a smart pass early on. Tried to create but with mixed results. Lovely pass for Son in the 68th minute but the South Korean fluffed his lines. Visibly fuming when hooked for Foyth. 6SON HEUNG-MINGood run in behind and cut-back to set up Lo Celso, who could have done better. Stung Henderson’s palms with a decent low left-footed drive. Was on hand to apply the finish from close range after Enda Stevens’ terrible mistake in the box. Fluffed a great chance after being played in by Alli. 75 As usual, Son was a rare bright spark for SpursCredit: Getty Images – GettyHARRY KANEScuffed a decent chance in the first half after Aurier’s cross. Otherwise anonymous, Spurs must get their talisman more into games. 5SUBS:Winks (for Ndombele, 46mins) – tried to drive with the ball in the Spurs midfield. 6Foyth (for Alli, 72mins) – booked for a stupid, unnecessary challenge. 5Lucas Moura (for Aurier, 86mins) – denied a late winner by a stunning Dean Henderson save in stoppage time. 6Not used: Vorm, Alderweireld, Sessegnon, Eriksen.
Troubled by an achilles tendinitis injury that he picked up at the Downer NRL Auckland Nines, Marshall trained strongly at Brisbane’s captain’s run on Thursday morning but has not been able to force his way into Brisbane’s best 17.Alex Glenn has one more appointment with the doctor before he is cleared from the concussion he suffered against the Sharks last week but Broncos officials are very confident that he will be passed fit to meet the Cowboys. Providing Redcliffe coach Adam Mogg is happy to bring him into his squad that had a convincing Round 1 over Burleigh, Marshall will fly to Rockhampton on Friday and meet up with his Dolphins teammates prior to their clash with the Central Queensland Capras on Saturday evening.Browne Park hosted a World Cup game between Tonga and Scotland in 2008 but never has it hosted a player with the drawing power of Marshall.The Capras went down narrowly to the PNG Hunters in Round 1 in front of a crowd of less than 2,000 but with local media already in a frenzy regarding Marshall’s potential arrival the capacity of 8,000 could well get a nudge.Broncos coach Wayne Bennett was typically blunt about Marshall’s inability to force his way into the team this week but has no doubt the chance will present itself as the season progresses.”He’ll play this weekend, but he won’t play NRL,” Bennett confirmed.”He just can’t make the squad at the moment.”Benji just wants to be at a good club and get an opportunity and those things will happen. He’s at a good club and he’s more than happy to play where he has to play.”I just want him to go back and play some football.”How he fits into Redcliffe’s team is now Mogg’s problem to solve with Zach Strasser and Christian Hazard starting well as the new Dolphins halves and plenty of talent in the centres in the form of Thompson Teteh and Aaron Whitchurch.
The men team was led by 50m backstroke gold medalist Ryan Pini clocking a finish time of 3:28:02 sec. Tahiti won gold after clocking in at 3:25:02 sec and silver went to New Caledonia clocking in at 3:27:66 sec.The PNG women team was led by Savannah Tkatchenko clocking in at 4:11:52 sec. New Caledonia took out gold with a time of 3:57:23 sec and Fiji won silver clocking in at 3:57:92 sec.
More incorporations: “From there to continue playing and winning. If someone were to leave, the market has just opened … Today Amath has returned and Antunes is fine. If there is a possibility in the market we will see why three competitions become long ”.Transfer to Madrid: “We have asked Brahim from Florentino. Florentino told me that for them, yes, if the boy wants … But it seems that the player does not want to leave Madrid for now, so let’s see. Our Mr. likes and could be. It would only be Brahim, we cannot go crazy, there is a great template. The team has been very good today. ” Defeat: “We are missing the bit of luck that is needed in football. The result is exaggerated and unfair. But that is what the greats have, which they do not forgive. We have forgiven. Their goalkeeper has been spectacular.”Etebo, when falling: “Yes, let’s see if he fixes the transfer and I could come next week because we have the agreement. It will replace the Bergara card. ”
“A press conference without questions directly addresses one of the basic premises of journalism and the journalist: the possibility of contrasting information and opinions,” underlines the letter. Malaga, on the other hand, has informed that, given the controversy shown by the decision not to admit questions, “it respects the right to information”, as well as “the rights that concern those who practice the profession of journalism, journalists , which include not attending a press conference. ” “Málaga CF has the right to convene a press conference and answer questions or not,” he says in his statement, and this time “the club has respectfully decided not to answer questions due to the circumstances in which it the entity is mired “.María Gámez: “The investigation on the diffusion of the video of Víctor Sánchez is arduous”The subdelegate of the Government in Malaga, María Gámez, has assured that the investigation on the publication and dissemination of the intimate video of the Málaga CF coach, Víctor Sánchez del Amo, is “arduous and complicated like all the crimes that are committed through the network. “ Málaga intends to announce the dismissal of Víctor Sánchez del Amo tomorrow morning, as reported by ‘Jugones’. For this reason, the Malaga team has quoted the press for Friday with the intention of explaining the position of the club on the suspension in their functions of the team coach, Víctor Sánchez del Amo, tAfter the social networks spread a video of an intimate nature of the Madrid coach, in an appearance in which no questions will be admitted. The Association of the Press of Malaga (APM), before this, expressed on Thursday its protest to Malaga CF, which summoned journalists to an appearance of its general director, Richard Shaheen, without questions from the media. The APM, in a statement, states “repeatedly its opposition to this practice” which considers an “intolerable attack against the most elementary service that journalists provide to society” because “the questions are basic so that there is freedom of information and expression.” In statements to journalists, Gámez has indicated that, following a first complaint and an extension, the National Police “is doing timely research through the specialized Cybercrime group, which takes time. ““We are right in that process of investigating an alleged crime of threats,” he said, while confirming that the technician“He has been required an amount of money, that is the threat and that is what is being investigated.”The subdelegate has specified that the research “is open and will reach to those extremes and people who have the basis to do so. “ technician first filed a complaint in Oviedo for an alleged extortion and then another in Malaga, in this case for public dissemination of the video Last Tuesday on social networks without your consent.An instruction court of Malaga capital will investigate the publication and video broadcast, after having presented agents of the National Police of the Cybercrime group in the courthouse on guard an overcrowded extension of the previously carried out.After receiving said attestation, the Prosecutor’s Office informed in favor of investigating the dissemination by individuals and media and the case fall to the appropriate court of instruction.Sánchez del Amo announced that he had put “in the hands of the Police” video broadcast Y denounced that he was being the subject of a crime against your privacy “with harassment and extortion”. Likewise, he informed that “sharing or disseminating an intimate content of any person without consent is also a crime, either through social networks or messages or in any other way, as established in article 197 of the Criminal Code”.Subsequently, Málaga informed through a statement that the technician was suspended “immediately” to the technician until the circumstances of the publication and dissemination of the video are “clarified.”
This morning the Paraguayan Acuña has pointed out that “we are increasingly compact, but we have to win, this is the game we would like to win to pull up, this changes from one moment to another and we have to row all together and throw up. Albacete hopes that on Saturday against Numancia it will be the game that can break the bad dynamics of results from the La Mancha team chain eleven consecutive days without winning.The Manchego team has spent a few months of being in playoff positions at the bottom of the table well He has not won in the League since November 16 and at home since the end of October. The white club has published a video on social networks asking for the support of the fans in which a large part of the workforce participates. The Albacete striker has asked for the support of the fans by pointing out that “We have made a very nice video the whole template so that people are with us, it is important that the fans are very involved. When the fans are plugged in, the team has an extra plus and we need them. ”Today Lucas Alcaraz has the casualties of the injured Gorosito and the sanctioned Horse for Saturday’s clash against Numancia in Carlos Belmonte.
The feminine Barcelona captain, Vicky Losada, spoke for RAC-1 after being proclaimed champion of the First Iberdrola after the suspension of the championship. “It was not a dream league, but it is one extra for the report,” stated the Barca captain. “I believe we deserved it as a result of in each sport we confirmed that we had been going for the League,” he stated.The midfielder defined that it is a uncommon factor to win the title like this and not on the pitch but that it is to be comfortable for the nice season that has come collectively. “I believe we deserved it as a result of in each sport we confirmed that we had been going for the League”Losada said. An atypical league and a celebration additionally out of the atypical: “As quickly as we came upon we related. One celebrated after leaving the siesta, one other with a beer in hand, some on the couch and I used to be caught mendacity on the terrace.” Losada, nonetheless, acknowledged that he want to have ended the season: “We now have been speaking with the staff for a very long time that we want we may return to the area of play to complete the League.” “Personally very comfortable that this Cup returns residence. We had been combating and staying shut for a few years, ”he stated.The ChampionsThe First Iberdrola is completed, but the Champions League is nonetheless in the air and with out decision on its future. “We’re ready for them to determine. They are saying that Could 25 is the final day to make clear it. If it is performed it can be in July or August ”he defined. That is why Vicky, like the remainder of the Barça squad, continues to work exhausting to reach in the greatest means in case the competitors resumes: “We now have been doing double classes for per week. As the Champions does not know if it is going to be performed, now we have to work to get better emotions”