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Honor former Wolf Lake teacher with a brick

first_img The Anatomy of Fear Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 E.H. Mott Learning Center Named for Wolf Lake TeacherThe learning center is being dedicated in memory of Eudeen Hamer-Mott. Mrs. Mott worked in the Orange County Public Schools for 20 years and  retired in 2010 while serving at Wolf Lake Elementary School in Apopka. Mrs. Mott passed away from health complications on August 8, 2014.Eugene Hamer MottApopkans have an opportunity to remember Mrs. Mott and make a lasting tribute to family and friends through the brick fundraising campaign sponsored by the E. H. Mott Learning Center.  The Center’s “Paving a New Way” fundraiser allows individuals to purchase laser engraved bricks for installation on the grounds of one of Orlando’s most prestigious historical sites.Brick’s purchased in Mrs. Mott’s memory will help fund start-up operations, assist with needed repairs and will help to purchase initial school supplies for the 2016-2017 school year. Brick donations are tax deductible.Each 4X8 brick can be engraved with up to three lines, 20 characters (including punctuation and spaces) per line. Each 8X8 brick can be engraved with up to six lines, 20 characters (including punctuation and spaces) per line. Bricks can be purchased by individuals for $75 (4X8) or $200 (8X8); groups for $100 (4X8) or $250 (8X8); or by corporations for $150 (4X8) or $500 (8X8). You can purchase just one paver or several. Engravings can be purchased in your name or the name of a friend or family member; in celebration of a birth, graduation, wedding or anniversary; in honor of a soldier or veteran; or in memory of someone you love.Bricks may be purchased through E. H. Mott Learning Center, 631 Sun Bluff Lane, Apopka, FL 32712 or online here.For more information or to request an order form, please send an email to [email protected] or call Carmen Hamer, 443-694-1158. Tax deductible donations of any amount can be made here. TAGSeugen hamer mottWolf Lake Elementary Previous articleBlack Lives Matter March in Apopka this SundayNext articleAn Intern’s Perspective Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your name here Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

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Pasadena’s Alexandria Real Estate Buys Landmark Office Property in Seattle

first_img Top of the News Commercial Real Estate News Pasadena’s Alexandria Real Estate Buys Landmark Office Property in Seattle From STAFF REPORTS Published on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 | 6:38 pm Community News First Heatwave Expected Next Week Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Make a comment HerbeautyZac Efron Is Dating A New Hottie?HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThese Are 15 Great Style Tips From Asian WomenHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty8 Simple Steps To Catch Your Crush’s Eye On InstagramHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHe Is Totally In Love With You If He Does These 7 ThingsHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Vietnamese Stunners That Will Take Your Breath AwayHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyHow To Lose Weight & Burn Fat While You SleepHerbeautyHerbeauty Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Image courtesy of Equity OfficeAlexandria Real Estate Equities in Pasadena has acquired the 5th & Bell Building in Seattle for $95 million.Alexandria bought the building from Blackstone, which acquired the building from Hines for almost $93 million, part of a larger portfolio sale less than two years ago. The sale was reported on the Daily Journal of Commerce website.Fifth & Bell is a 203,000-square-foot, six-level office building in the heart of Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. It occupies the half-block site at 2301 Fifth Ave., between Battery and Bell streets. It was developed in 2002 by Touchstone, with about 197,000 rentable square feet, street-level retail, and 209 underground parking stalls.Completed in 2002 after 22 months of construction, the building was named the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties Office Development of the Year for that year. The architect was Collins Woerman.The Daily Journal of Commerce report said both parties used LLCs in the transaction; no brokers were announced.Amazon has a 10-year lease on the building signed in 2014, with renewal options for another 10 years. Other tenants include Zipcar, Phillips Design and the University of Washington, according to the report.Alexandria now has about 1 million rentable square feet in Seattle. Its seven buildings, clustered in South Lake Union and Eastlake, are mostly leased to life-science and biotech companies.The firm is also currently developing a new speculative building with 205,000 square feet of offices in the city.center_img Community News Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  7 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday More Cool Stuff Subscribe Business Newslast_img read more

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Blue Ribbon Run X

first_img Pinterest Twitter Pinterest Blue Ribbon Run XMidland County Child Welfare Board has scheduled the Blue Ribbon Run X from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. April 14 at Midland Memorial Stadium, 2001 W. Cuthbert Ave., Midland. Enter the main parking lot via North N. Street.Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. Races start at 8:30 a.m.There will be door prizes, face painting for kids, breakfast burritos and more. The event is dog and stroller friendly.Deadline to register is noon April 11. By admin – April 10, 2018 Local News WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleNATIONAL VIEW: Atlanta fell victim to a cyberattack — who’s next?Next articleCommunity meeting set for Ector Middle School admin Facebook Twitter Blue Ribbon Run Xlast_img read more

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Texas officials flag tens of thousands of voters for citizenship checks

first_img WhatsApp Pinterest Texas officials flag tens of thousands of voters for citizenship checks Twitter WhatsApp Facebook TAGS  Twittercenter_img Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 24, 2021 Local NewsState Pinterest The Texas secretary of state’s office announced Friday it would send local election officials a list of 95,000 registered voters who the state says counties should consider checking to see whether they are U.S. citizens and, therefore, legally eligible to vote.In an advisory released Friday afternoon, the office said it was flagging individuals who had provided the Texas Department of Public Safety with some form of documentation — including a work visa or a green card — that showed they were not a citizen when they were obtaining a driver’s license or an ID card. Among the individuals flagged, about 58,000 individuals cast a ballot in one or more elections from 1996 to 2018, the secretary of state’s office said. It’s unclear exactly how many of those individuals are not actually U.S. citizens and whether that number will be available in the future. In its notice to counties, the secretary of state’s office said the names should be considered “WEAK” matches, using all capital letters for emphasis. That means counties may now choose to investigate the eligibility of the individuals who were flagged, which would require them to send a notice asking for proof of citizenship within 30 days, or take no action. By law, the counties aren’t allowed to automatically revoke a voter’s registration without sending out such a notice.It’s possible that individuals flagged by the state — who provided DPS with documentation that indicated they were authorized to be in the country — could have become naturalized citizens since they obtained their driver’s license or ID card. A spokesman for the secretary of state said officials are “very confident” that the data received from DPS is “current.”In announcing the review of the rolls, Secretary of State David Whitley — who was appointed to the post last month after serving as deputy chief of staff to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott — immediately handed the data over to the Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican who said his office will “spare no effort in assisting with these troubling cases.”But without additional verification, you can’t say these individuals all engaged in illegal voting, said Chris Davis, the head of the Texas Association of Elections Administrators.”People get naturalized,” Davis said. “It’s entirely too early to say that.”The numbers were released just a few weeks into a legislative session during which lawmakers may take up proposals to require some form of citizenship verification before registering to vote. The U.S. Supreme Court in 2013 rejected states’ efforts to require proof of citizenship to register to vote. Other federal courts have knocked down more recent efforts.”Integrity and efficiency of elections in Texas require accuracy of our state’s voter rolls, and my office is committed to using all available tools under the law to maintain an accurate list of registered voters,” Whitley said in a statement.But Beth Stevens, voting rights legal director for the Texas Civil Rights Project, said the announcement echoed efforts around the country to remove eligible voters from the rolls.”The secretary’s actions threaten to result in tens of thousands of eligible voters being removed from the roles, including those with the least resources to comply with the demand to show papers,” Stevens said. In a state where about 15.8 million Texans are registered to vote, the AG’s office has recently pursued a small number of convictions of illegal voting by non-citizens. Past reviews of the voter rolls by other states ultimately found that only a small number of the thousands of non-citizens they initially flagged had actually voted. For years, researchers have found that voter fraud is rare and claims that non-citizens are voting in large numbers have not been substantiated. Read related Tribune coverageTrump election fraud commission bought Texas election data flagging Hispanic votersJudge blocks Texas secretary of state from giving voter information to Trump commission The Texas Tribune. Previous article100418_Odessa_Invitational_JF_08Next article011119_SandHills_01 Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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Riding the Wave of Innovation

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Riding the Wave of Innovation Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Digital Products Fannie Mae FinTech Henry Cason Technology 2018-04-26 David Wharton About Author: David Wharton Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Amazon HQ2: Which Markets Would Feel the Most Impact? Next: Study: Look Beyond New Construction to Solve Inventory Shortages Tagged with: Digital Products Fannie Mae FinTech Henry Cason Technology David Wharton, Managing Editor at the Five Star Institute, is a graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington, where he received his B.A. in English and minored in Journalism. Wharton has over 16 years’ experience in journalism and previously worked at Thomson Reuters, a multinational mass media and information firm, as Associate Content Editor, focusing on producing media content related to tax and accounting principles and government rules and regulations for accounting professionals. Wharton has an extensive and diversified portfolio of freelance material, with published contributions in both online and print media publications. Wharton and his family currently reside in Arlington, Texas. He can be reached at [email protected] In his role as SVP, Head of Digital Products at Fannie Mae, Henry Cason is responsible for the design, development, and launch of a digital suite of products and services across single-family residential mortgage loan life cycle. He is also responsible for fostering the integration of Fannie Mae’s technology and business infrastructure to help Fannie’s customers grow and create value in the marketplace. The Head of Digital Products integrates product development functions across Fannie Mae’s Single-Family business in mortgage origination and underwriting, loan acquisitions, conduit and capital markets business, as well as servicing and asset management portfolios. He leads a team of officers and works with senior leaders in credit policy, strategy, insights, and marketing, as well as Fannie’s customer delivery teams.Cason spoke exclusively with DS News about riding the wave of technological innovation, Fannie Mae’s testing and development processes, and what emergent technologies have the potential to reshape the mortgage and housing landscape.As Head of Digital Products at Fannie Mae, how do you and your team encourage technological innovation?In our Single-Family division, we build and deploy technology that is tailored to our customers and is also used internally by our firm. That technology follows a mortgage’s lifecycle: from the front end of our business—how do we underwrite loans?—all the way through to delivery of those loans into Fannie Mae. The technology we build is also used by capital markets investors and helps ensure liquidity is available in the marketplace. On the back end of our business, technological innovation shapes how those mortgages are serviced, whether that’s performing or non-performing loans. My role is one of taking an end-to-end view across the lifecycle and understanding how we can introduce digital functionality to the marketplace to make it easier for our customers to do business with us. We’re already starting to see the early benefits of our efforts. What are some of the projects you are working on right now?The first one is what we call our Single Source Validation (SSV) project, which is building upon our Day 1 Certainty program. Just to give you an overview, we rolled out Day 1 Certainty a year and a half ago. It offers the ability to access source data on employment income and asset verification, and use that data within the Desktop Underwriter (DU) process. If you had gotten approved through DU by using that data directly from the source, then we were able to offer relief on certain reps and warrants for our customers to provide certainty on that loan. A year after we first introduced Day 1 Certainty, we rolled out an enhancement to that program where we’re able to now calculate not only assets but income and employment from asset data. I’m excited about that because it’s a different way of thinking in the industry. It lowers costs in how you go about validating these sources of data. As we get through our pilot and into production, it will become an innovative game changer for us and our lender customers.SSV has also created very significant process efficiencies. If we can get asset data directly from a bank through a service provider and use that asset data in DU, that’s a much safer, much more sound process than asking a borrower to bring in three months’ worth of paper bank statements. It’s saving time on the back and forth of trying to get the bank statements, trying to get the right bank statements, and then interpreting the bank statements. Going directly to the source and using that data has created a significant amount of process efficiency for our customers.The second project is a bit higher level. Through our API (automated programming interface) platform, we’re starting to expose pieces of Fannie Mae data to target specific process pain points for our lender customers. It’s exciting because, through our APIs, our customers can access pieces of our data more quickly. It’s now easier for us to integrate into their current technology and manage micro pieces of data from Fannie Mae and inject it into a process point that allows them to make faster decisions.As we continue to innovate, we’re spending lots of time with our customers, helping them not only integrate the technology or the functionality but also working with them on ways they can change their business processes to take advantage of the value proposition.Can you tell me how your development and testing processes work?First and foremost, we put the customer at the center of everything we do at Fannie Mae. Secondly, we are very mature in our agile engineering practices. We have been operating from an agile perspective at the firm for the last four years. We have intersected the customer-centric mindset with our agile development process. That translates directly into how we build and roll out products. We’ve put a digital operating model in place at the firm to spur innovation and deliver faster. Our operating model has three main tenets: empowerment, collaboration, and test and learn. We now have our agile teams—we call them squads. They consist of about seven to nine people, and they’re empowered to solve a problem, collaborate, and test and learn with customers. It could be a large problem that could take two years to solve, or it could be a small problem that takes three months. We are customer-insight driven, meaning we collect insights from our customers before we start building. From those insights, we’re able to develop a hypothesis. Then, we pull our customers into those discussions, and we validate those hypotheses through testing and learning. This is a big change for us because in the past we would build what we thought our customers wanted, and get something into production. Then there would be, in some cases, little to no value, because we didn’t start innovating with the customer at the beginning of the process. A part of this operating model is to pull a series of customers into that problem-solving process so you get their point of view and you put yourself in their shoes. We co-create with them.Being agile and working in what we call two-week sprints, we’re always able to have customers looking at what we’re building. It could be wireframes; it could be prototypes; it could be working software. But every two weeks, we get some customer input on what we’re doing. That allows us to pivot quickly. That’s part of our agile journey, and that’s pulling our customer into our agile journey.Lastly, for some of our innovations, we do a series of test-and-learn pilots where we’re able to run, concurrent, a number of concepts and get that feedback from our customers as they’re using it. When we call something a pilot, it’s a piece of code that is in production that customers use. Did it add the value that we think it did? We’re very metrics driven now, so any pilot we enter, we’ve got a customer hypothesis and a series of metrics we use to manage and measure value.What are some of the technologies that you think have the potential to reshape the industry?The move to the cloud. You get a different perspective on resilience and security because all of that’s built in. Cloud, for us, has been transformative. It also makes you build things differently. You don’t build these big applications anymore. You build smaller, which is important.  APIs have been, and will continue to be, transformative for the industry because of their low-cost. It’s allowing not just Fannie Mae, but all sorts of entities in mortgage finance to exchange pieces of data real-time and then insert it into business processes.We also think Blockchain and artificial intelligence have a lot of applications in mortgage finance. Those are the big emerging tech areas that I see changing mortgage finance over the next 24 to 36 months.  What is something that you wish more people understood about your job?When you read my title, “Head of Digital Products,” most people gravitate to, “Oh, you’re building a bunch of cool tech.” Well, we are building a bunch of cool tech, but it’s tech that’s adding value to our customers. My job is really about transformation and culture change inside the walls of Fannie Mae and the mortgage finance transformation outside of the walls of Fannie Mae.We’re doing it under the digital umbrella, but it’s a way we can pivot and engage our customers differently. By engaging those customers differently, we’re able to bring different types of value to the marketplace. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days agocenter_img Sign up for DS News Daily Subscribe Share Save in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News, Technology The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Riding the Wave of Innovation  Print This Post Related Articles Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago April 26, 2018 4,131 Views The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days agolast_img read more

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Three tourists injured in Times Square shooting

first_imgkali9/iStock(NEW YORK) — Three people were injured after shots were fired in New York’s Times Square, including a 4-year-old girl who was shot in the leg. All of the victims were taken to Bellevue Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The 4-year-old was struck in the thigh by a bullet and will undergo surgery.New York Police Department Commissioner Dermot Shea said the incident started as an argument between a group of two to four men when at least one of them pulled out a gun and started shooting. The shots missed and struck the victims, who police say were innocent bystanders. The group of men involved fled the scene and police have no suspects in custody. Shea confirmed that the NYPD is looking for at least one shooter and one person of interest.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Control over hours leads to fulfilment

first_imgStaff who enjoy time sovereignty – control over the number of hours theywork – are happier than those who work to set hours, according to an IndustrialSociety report. It claims employees are no longer content with set work-life balancepractices, they want to be able to decide the length of work days as well. A feeling of control reduces stress and raises work motivation, according tothe report. However, less than half of the 2,032 staff questioned have controlover their hours. The study, conducted by the London School of Economics and Policy StudiesInstitute, admits that some jobs lend themselves more to time sovereignty thanothers, but points to a number of measures that could be applied to a widerange of jobs. These include a clear reward scheme to promote good performance rather thantime spent in the office, providing staff with mobile technology to encourageflexible working, and devolving time management to workers. Judith Doyle, co-author of the report, said, “Control over workers’time decreases their motivation.” www.indsoc.co.uk Comments are closed. Control over hours leads to fulfilmentOn 31 Jul 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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CPS updates its courses in a bid to boost diversity

first_img Previous Article Next Article CPS updates its courses in a bid to boost diversityOn 15 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is to radically overhaul training toimprove management and HR skills in the organisation as part of its drive toimprove diversity. This month, the CPS is launching its first ever development programmefocusing on management skills in the organisation, and HR training is alsobeing updated to make the function more strategic. Both courses will include a strong equality and diversity focus, to ensurethe CPS continues to address diversity issues after it was labelledinstitutionally racist by the Commission for Racial Equality in 2001. The CPS is no longer under formal investigation, but is subject to regularprogress checks, with the next scheduled in May. HR director Angela O’Connor believes management skills have traditionallynot been seen as important. The new programme, called Transform, introduces core management competenciesand a 360-degree appraisal process. After the appraisal, a training and development programme will be tailoredto meet individual’s skills gaps. “The CPS is an organisation of professionals and lawyers who come upthrough the professional routes – which is fine,” said O’Connor. “Butthey get to a certain point, look behind them and realise that all of a suddenthey are managing 30 staff.” O’Connor said the 100-strong HR team she inherited last year was too‘reactive’ and relied too heavily on the HR manual. “I think I’ll burnit,” she said. Concise ‘how to’ booklets will replace the manual andtraining will include employment law, consultancy skills and equality. “The new world of HR, the strategic business partner is a bit scary forthe HR team as it was used to [more] administrative work,” O’Connor said. Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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Pigmentation as a survival strategy for ancient and modern photosynthetic microbes under high ultraviolet stress on planetary surfaces

first_imgSolar radiation is the primary energy source for surface planetary life, so that pigments are fundamental components of any surface-dwelling organism. They may therefore have evolved in some form on Mars as they did on Earth. Photosynthetic microbes are major primary producers on Earth, but are concurrently vulnerable to ultraviolet (UV) damage. Using non-intrusive laser Raman spectroscopy to recognize the component parts of biomolecules, we have shown not only the abundance of microbial photosynthetic and photoprotective pigments in situ, but also their spatial distribution within their microhabitat. This essential aspect of their screening or avoidance survival strategies is lost on extraction with solvents. This precise approach is eminently suited to analysis of epilithic (surface) and endolithic (within rocks) communities in Antarctic desert habitats, which are putative analogues of early Mars. Raman spectra for key biomolecules (e.g. the UV screen parietin and the antioxidant β-carotene in epilithic lichens) enable not only the detection of organics in light-stratified habitats, but also the characterization of unknown pigments. Typical biomarkers of astrobiological relevance in our Raman spectral database include scytonemin (a UV screen), chlorophyll (primary photosynthetic pigment), phycocyanin (accessory pigment for shade adaptation) and a hopanoid extracted from 2·5 Gya microbial stromatolite from Australia. This compound dates from the same time period when a wetter Mars could have had a potentially flourishing surface microbial community of its own. Analyses with a laboratory Raman instrument have been extended to a novel miniature Raman spectrometer, operating at the same optimal excitation wavelength (1064 nm) via an In-Ga-As detector. After evaluation in Antarctica, this instrument will be space-qualified for a proposed Mars rover mission to detect biomolecules in the near-surface sediment profile of palaeolakes, using experience with Antarctic biomarkers to interpret alien spectra of fundamental components, without the need for prior knowledge of the identity of the target compounds.last_img read more

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BYU Men’s Basketball Visits Gonzaga Thursday

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSPOKANE, Wash.-Thursday, BYU men’s basketball (9-2, 0-0 in West Coast Conference play) visits No. 1 Gonzaga (10-0, 1-0 in WCC play) at Spokane, Wash. to commence their conference season.The Cougars score 78.9 points per game, ranking BYU 73rd nationally in scoring offense.Defensively, BYU surrenders 67.4 points per game, tying the Cougars for 112th nationally in scoring defense with Kansas.The Cougars’ leading scorer is senior guard Alex Barcello (16.9 points per game) who also leads the squad in assists, with 53.BYU is also represented in double figures on-average by Dutch national, senior forward/center Matt Haarms (11 points per game, a team-best 18 blocked shots) and senior guard Brandon Averette (10.8 points per game,  a team-best 10 steals).Freshman forward Caleb Lohner leads the Cougars on the glass with 6.6 rebounds per game.The Cougars are coached by Mark Pope, who is 33-10 (.767) in two seasons at BYU. He is 110-66 (.625) as a Division I head coach, including his time at Utah Valley (2015-2019).Gonzaga leads the nation in scoring offense with 95.1 points per game.Defensively, Gonzaga surrenders 74.2 points per game. This ranks the Bulldogs 229th nationally in scoring defense.Senior forward Corey Kispert (21.6 points per game) is the Bulldogs’ leading scorer.Other Gonzaga student-athletes to score in double figures on-average include sophomore forward Drew Timme (18.4 points per game, 7.3 rebounds per contest), freshman guard Jalen Suggs (13.9 points per game, a team-best 19 steals) and French national, redshirt junior guard Joel Ayayi (12.2 points per game,  a team-best 8 rebounds per contest).Junior guard, Canadian national, Andrew Nembhard, has a team-best 47 assists and sophomore forward Anton Watson leads the Bulldogs with 10 blocked shots.Gonzaga is coached by head coach Mark Few, who is 609-124 (.831) in his 22nd season at the helm of the program.The Bulldogs lead the Cougars 18-5 all-time. January 6, 2021 /Sports News – Local BYU Men’s Basketball Visits Gonzaga Thursday Brad James Written by Tags: BYU Basketball/Gonzaga basketballlast_img read more

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