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UWF Men’s Cross Country Team Finishes 3rd at the FSU Invitational 8k Run

first_imgUWF Men’s Cross Country Team Finishes 3rd at the FSU Invitational 8k Run Sept. 22, 2007TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The West Florida Cross Country teams participated in the Florida State University Invitational event, held on the Miccosukee Greenway in Tallahassee, Florida this past weekend. The Men’s team finished third behind North Florida and Tampa, while Nicholas Maedel (Fr. / Ridgeview, Fla.) finished 5th overall, covering the 8k (5 mile) run in 27:13. The Argos Women finished in 8th place, while Florida State University was the overall team champion in the 5k run. Margaret Harter (Jr. / Milton, Fla.) was the top Argo runner in 19:53 for the 5k race.Coach Matt Dobson was proud of both teams performances, “the girls had a good meet without Diana (Sitar) and Katherine (Ragia), and the guys did real well without Justin Gates. We are still where we want to be, and we are taking it one meet at a time. So far we are yet to run with 100% of our roster, and we are still scoring well. The kids are working real hard and every week someone is setting a PR.”In the Men’s event, Austin Richmond of Webber was the overall winner in 26:12, with North Florida taking the team championship in a score of 68, while the Argos scored 92.Rounding out the top five runners for UWF, was Junior Eric Mayes (Pensacola, Fla.) in 11th place (27:13), Freshmen Josh McEachin (Tallahassee, Fla.) in 21st place (28:07), Freshmen Jared Black (Tallahassee, Fla.) in 26th place (28:31), and Freshmen Reynolds Griner (Tallahassee, Fla.) in 29th place (28:54). McEachin, Black and Griner each had a little extra to prove as they were racing in their hometown. The finish place of the top five runners for each school adds up to their team score.”We have a lot of Freshmen that will be the future of UWF Cross Country. I knew that for this year, I had to have some Freshmen step up, and Nick (Maedel) is learning how to race and progressing very well for us,” explained Coach Dobson. Several other Freshmen are also running very well for the Argos so far this season.In the Women’s event, Pilar McShine of Florida State was the overall winner in 18:02 for the 5k run. Florida State won the event with a score of 31, while Tampa was second with 49. The Argos were running without Diana Sitar (Sr. / Las Vegas, Nev.) and Katherine Ragia (Jr. / Rounding out the top five finishers for UWF was Freshmen Kelli Midden (Boca Raton, Fla.) in 32nd place (20:21), Redshirt Senior Rebecca Thielemann (Dunnellon, Fla.) in 37th place (21:10), Freshmen Marisa DeFeo (Orange Park, Fla.) in 45th place (21:24), Freshmen Erika Anderson (Mobile, Ala.) in 47th place (21:28), and Senior Lindsey Failing (Pace, Fla.) in 53rd place (21:59).West Florida will be running next Saturday (September 29) at the Escambia County Equestrian Center, in the Gulf Coast Cross Country Stampede. The Event will feature some of the top teams in the Region, and will be a test for the young Argo runners. The Men’s 8k run begins at 7:30 AM, while the Women’s 5k run starts at 8:15.Other finishers for the men’s team at the FSU Invitational included; Freshmen Andrew Maedel in 35th place (29:10), Freshmen Scott Lydick in 36th place (29:12), Freshmen Sean Jansen in 44th place (29:31), Freshmen Tyler Stowell in 58th place (31:26), Freshmen Tyler Endicott in 59th place (31:25), and Junior Jordan Theuerkauf in 64th place (32:16). Print Friendly Version Sharelast_img read more

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Badgers claw past Owls in blowout win

first_imgDEREK MONTGOMERY/Herald photoJohn Stocco and Owen Daniels are pretty close.Since their days as backup quarterbacks behind Brooks Bollinger and Jim Sorgi, Stocco and Daniels have spent a good amount of time together both on and off the field. Daniels, now a tight end, serves as one of Stocco’s biggest supporters as well as a security blanket of sorts on the turf.”It’s supposed to help,” Daniels laughed, this past spring, when asked if their friendship helped him get a few more chances during games.But, all joking aside, in Wisconsin’s 65-0 defeat of Temple Saturday, that relationship paid huge dividends for the duo.With Temple trusting the job of covering Daniels to its linebacker corps, the senior slashed through the Owl defense, setting career marks with six catches for 88 yards and three touchdowns.”Many times they were trying to run with a linebacker on [Daniels], which is very difficult if you’re asking a linebacker to play run support and also play the tight end, so we felt we could take advantage of that,” head coach Barry Alvarez said. “Owen did a nice job of running after he caught the ball.”Temple’s inability to adjust to the Wisconsin offense was also a key to Daniels’ success. After scoring his first touchdown to give Wisconsin a 10-0 lead on a bench route, UW ran a small variation of the same play on Daniels’ next scoring opportunity, an 11-yard pass from Stocco that put the Badgers up 24-0.”Obviously I like having OD (Owen Daniels) out there,” Stocco said. “He is a heck of a player for us. A couple of the routes we ran we knew were going to be open and they happened to be in the red zone.”Though he only played just under two quarters, Stocco set a career mark of his own with his three touchdown passes to Daniels, the most of his career. For the game, Stocco finished 12-for-19 with 180 yards.”John has practiced very well,” Alvarez said. “He has thrown the ball extremely well in practice. You always like to see it carried over into the game and that’s exactly what I saw today and what I was expecting to see.”Stocco’s day ended after his third touchdown toss to Daniels gave the Badgers a 37-0 advantage with 6:32 left in the first half, giving backup Tyler Donovan a chance to see the most extensive game experience of his career.”It’s been a while since I have been out there really competing in a game and managing a game and it felt good to get back out there,” Donovan said.Though he only attempted six passes in the game, Donovan made the most of his opportunity. The sophomore rushed for 32 yards, including one touchdown, as well as completing three passes for 49 yards. The sophomore signal caller also tossed the first touchdown pass of his UW career, a 29-yard strike to wide receiver Marcus Randle El with just 14 seconds remaining in the first half to give UW a 51-0 advantage.”I loved it,” Donovan said. “It was a good route to Marcus Randle El and he just had the speed. It was a rush to have my first college career touchdown pass at Wisconsin.”Though the play may have been viewed as Wisconsin running up the score, Temple’s head coach Bobby Wallace wasn’t upset by the play call at all.”I was not mad at all, that didn’t bother me one bit,” Wallace said. “I was in a game where we were up 42-0 at half, then ended up winning 49-42, so only being halftime, there was nothing wrong with what they did. Halftime is way too early for you to stop thinking about scoring.””Barry Alvarez showed a lot of class playing all his guys in the third and fourth quarters,” Wallace added.After allowing 42 points against Bowling Green and enduring a week full of criticism, Wisconsin’s defense responded to the challenge Saturday, shutting out the Owls. It was Wisconsin’s first shutout since 1999, when UW blanked Indiana 59-0.”I think we did improve. It felt good to shut their team out and it helped our confidence,” defensive back Brett Bell said. “To allow zero points is hard, even last year when we had one of the best defenses in the country we didn’t get a shut out. It’s a hard thing to do.”Yet the Badgers are once again on guard against a letdown with their first road trip of the season on the horizon following the impressive victory over a weaker Owl team.”We’ve got to keep going, got to stay consistent, and we know North Carolina will come with a better team than we’ve seen the past two weeks, so we’ve got to keep preparing and get ready for the next game,” Daniels said.last_img read more

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NBA free agency rumors: Patrick Beverley to stay with Clippers on 3-year deal

first_imgPatrick Beverley is staying in Los Angeles.The free-agent guard has agreed to a three-year contract worth $40 million to remain with the Clippers, his agent, Kevin Bradbury, told ESPN. Nuggets sign Jamal Murray to 5-year extension D’Angelo Russell free agency rumors: Warriors unexpectedly acquire guard in sign-and-trade with Nets Kevin Durant free agency: Star signing with Nets weeks after potential career-changing injury Related News Beverley seemingly confirmed the news early Monday morning on Twitter.#CLIPPERNATION 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾❤️❤️❤️💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰💰 https://t.co/oDNIUxQ0fL— Patrick Beverley (@patbev21) July 1, 2019Beverley got the exact deal he had reportedly been after following interest from the Lakers, Bulls and Mavericks, which prompted the Clippers to lock him down. “I feel like any team I’m on, I can help take that team to the playoffs,” Beverley told the Chicago Tribune last month. “Just me, my attitude, what I bring defensively, my grit and grind, my ability to play-make, rebound and make shots, the leader I am, I’m excited to see what door opens. If it’s a young team or older veteran team, I’m ready.“This is my first time being an unrestricted free agent, so of course I’m super excited to go through the process, to be wooed, to see the hard work and everything I’ve been through to this point be rewarded. I’m just really happy and confident and excited with how this past season went. I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”Beverley, who turns 31 next week, averaged 7.6 points, 5.0 rebounds and 3.8 assists in 78 games for the Clippers last season. The lockdown defender spent the first five years of his career with the Rockets before he was shipped to L.A. as part of the Chris Paul trade in June 2017.last_img read more

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Delight as Donegal win Gaelic Masters Shield Final!

first_imgThe Gaelic Masters Shield Final took place in Kilkeerin-Clonberne, Galway today (referee Gerry Sheridan from Cavan).Donegal came out on top after an intense clash with Offaly with a score of 0-13 to 0-10.Before the nail-biting game, a spokesperson for the Gaelic Masters Association said; “The Shield final features two newcomers this year. Donegal and Offaly have both impressed in their first year back in Masters football and it should be an even contest. #donegal win Gaelic Masters Shield final 0-13 Offaly 0-10 pic.twitter.com/jZoHLu1JJO— IRISHTV.ie (@irishtv) November 12, 2016“Both sides have a number of players fresh from International Rules success for Donegal; David McShane, Daniel Branley, Charlie Doherty and Charlie Gallagher were to the fore as well as former Offaly senior inter county stars John Kenny and Roy Malone.”Tír Chonaill Abú!Delight as Donegal win Gaelic Masters Shield Final! was last modified: November 12th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare 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)last_img read more

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