Women’s All Time Year-by-Year RecordSeasonCoachRecordPct.Notes / National Finish1986David Seiler 7-2.77824th NAIA1987David Seiler 15-6.71425th NAIA1988David Seiler 8-6.57126th NAIA1989David Seiler 22-4.84622nd NAIA1990David Seiler 28-6.82422nd NAIA1991David Seiler 30-3.90924th NAIA1992David Seiler 30-3.90910th NAIA1993David Seiler 20-2.90923rd NAIA1994David Seiler 32-2.941GSC Runner-up / 28th NAIA1995David Seiler 35-11.761GSC Runner-up / 2 individuals @ NAIA1996David Seiler 61-11.847GSC Champion / 1 individual @ NCAA1997David Seiler 61-14.8131998David Seiler 70-15.8241 individual @ NCAA1999Dan Keely 37-44.4572000Dan Keely 16-69.1882001Dan Keely 50-37.5752002Dan Keely 34-29.5402003Dan Keely 54-28.6592004Dan Keely31-31.5002005Matt Dobson53-13.8032006Matt Dobson43-10-1.79621 Years 3 Coaches 737-346-1.6739 NAIA Tournaments2 individuals @ NAIA Tournament2 individuals @ NCAA Tournament1 GSC ChampionshipGulf South Conference Cross Country Championships YearPlace in GSC19942nd19952nd19961st19973rd19984th19998th200012th20018th20026th20036th20048th20057th2006T-3rd20073rd20086th20092nd20105thMen’s All-Time Year-by-Year Records SeasonCoachRecordPct.Notes / National Finish1986Stuart Towns 15-13.53640th NAIA1987Stuart Towns 13-9.59132nd NAIA1988Stuart Towns 5-8.38534th NAIA1989Stuart Towns 8-5.61534nd NAIA1990Stuart Towns 23-5.82128th NAIA1991Stuart Towns 22-5.81522nd NAIA1992Stuart Towns 19-6.76021st NAIA1993Stuart Towns 19-1.95019th NAIA1994Stuart Towns 28-6.82427th NAIA1995Stuart Towns 47-5.9044 individuals @ NAIA1996Stuart Towns 50-10.8331997Stuart Towns 42-20.6771998Stuart Towns 41-28.5941999Stuart Towns 52-33.6122000Matt Dobson 31-19.6202001Matt Dobson 65-12.844GSC Runner-up2002Matt Dobson 67-10.870GSC Runner-up2003Matt Dobson 52-14.7882004Matt Dobson 60-6.909GSC Runner-up / 1 individual @ NCAA2005Matt Dobson48-6.889GSC Runner-up/ 1 individual @ NCAA2006Matt Dobson40-7.851GSC Runner-up/ 1 individual @ NCAA21 Years 2 Coaches 695-214.7629 NAIA Tournaments4 individuals @ NAIA Tournaments1 individual @ NCAA Division II Nationals1 individual NCAA Division II All-AmericanGulf South Conference FinishesYearPlace in GSC19941st19952nd19961st19972nd19984th19994th20006th20012nd20022nd20034th20042nd20052nd20062nd20073rd20085th20094th20104thPrint Friendly Version Year-by-year Share
Share MOBILE, Ala. — Long after the storms had passed the University of West Florida men’s soccer team finally took to the pitch against the University of Mobile at the UM Soccer Field. The match which was originally scheduled as a home match was moved to Mobile due to unplayable conditions at the UWF Soccer Complex from thunderstorms earlier in the day. The Argos fell behind early but respond with the equalizer late in the first half and then the eventual game winner from Paul Willoughby (Huntsville, Ala./Grissom HS) in the first few minutes of the second period.The Rams got off to a quick start in the match with Chris Dillion putting one to the back of the net in the 11th minute to give the Rams an early 1-0 lead. The Rams offense really put the pressure on the defense, out shooting the Argos 9-1 in the first half. It wasn’t until the 41st minute when freshman defender Trey Kramer (New Orleans, La./Jesuit HS) found the back of the net to knot the match up at one. Stephen Munoz (Lake Mary, Fla./Lake Mary HS) sent in a nice serve into the middle of the box where he found Kramer waiting, with one touch he slid the ball past Ram’s keeper Jason Williams for his first goal of the season.After halftime the Argos were able to find a couple of seams and make some good runs at goal. Just six minutes into the half Willoughby gathered the ball at his feet, broke a defender and fired the ball in for the eventual game winner. The goal marks Willoughby’s seventh of the season which ties him for the team lead.The Argos were able to hold on for a 2-1 victory and improve to 9-5-2 while Mobile falls to 5-10-0 on the season. Offensively the Argos were outshot 17-5 in the match and trailed the corner kick count 7-1. West Florida keeper Elliott Purdom (Manchester, England/Viterbo University) had an outstanding match in goal, collecting a career high nine saves.For more information on Argonaut athletics or to follow along with live stats, fans can keep up with the action at www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Version Photo courtesy of jimhoguephotos.com West Florida Rallies to Edge Rams, 2-1
On Monday, the Cleveland Indians shared some holiday cheer with their followers on Twitter and fans saw a return of a very familiar group, #MiniTeamCLE2017.The Mini Team was established during the 2017 season and apparently continues to live on following this past season.Trevor Bauer and Carlos Carrasco were the creators of the Mini Team and #MiniTeamCLE2017 became a huge hit with all Tribe fans.The organization posted the following tweet : Payton Vince is either talking about sports or watching sports. He covers sports for Metro Networks and is also a writer for LastWordOnSports.com. He grew up in Brooklyn Heights,Ohio for most of his life then around senior year of high school moved to Cleveland. A fan of the Cleveland Indians, Cavaliers, and a Pittsburgh Steelers, he graduated from Cuyahoga Heights High School (Class of 2014) and also graduated from the Ohio Center for Broadcasting in 2015. He bowled and played baseball in high school, and is a huge fan of independent wrestling and WWE, and can almost always find him at an independent show. Lastly, Payton is a backstage interviewer for Mega Championship Wrestling in Elyria, and is one of the three on ‘That Sports Show’ which airs daily from 2-4pm on AllSportsCleveland.com. In the video, you can see #MiniTeamCLE2017 take part in Winter Wonderland events such as; ice skating, ice fishing, licking a frozen pole (I don’t know how much joy you can get in that), making a snowman, taking part in a snowball fight, sledding, and having a lighting ceremony for their stadium lights.Happy Holidays! Payton Vince Related Topics#MiniTeamCLE2017Carlos CarrascoCleveland IndiansTrevor Bauer
University of Kentucky junior guard Linnae Harper is set to transfer, per a Matthew Mitchell statement on Monday.Sophomore guard Linnae Harper during the University of Kentucky Women’s Basketball media day in Lexington, Ky. Wednesday, October 29, 2014.The news comes ahead of the team’s first exhibition game on Sunday against Union University. The Wildcats tip off the regular season on Nov. 13.Harper earned a spot on the United States’ Pan American Women’s team this past summer, when she sunk two game-winning free throws to send the U.S. to the gold medal game. The 6-foot guard was also named a member of the SEC’s All-Defensive Team a season ago.She averaged 7.1 rebounds and 11.4 points per game in 2015, good for first and third on the team, respectively.“Linnae has decided to leave our program and seek a transfer elsewhere,” Mitchell said. “We appreciate everything Linnae gave our program in her two years here and we wish her nothing but the best on and off the court moving forward.”
720p HD About Connatix V56490 Auto (360p) The College of St. Benedict basketball team ended their season in a loss to Bethel on the road Saturday.The Bennies fell behind early in the game, trailing the MIAC-leading Royals 23-12. CSB rallied in the second to cut their deficit to a manageable 8 points, 30-22 at the half.Bethel extended their lead to 59-41 by the end of the third and put the Bennies away 79-53 in the final frame. Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip About Connatix V56490 Maddie Schmitz led the team with 21 points. Sidney Schiffler added 10, and Kendyl Thompson and Megan Thompson each added 8.The Bennies end the season with an 11-14 overall record and 7-13 MIAC. 360p 1080p HD 1/1
on 09.06.2020 at 19:56:42 # 23 bravebg, lost CSKA, and you have lost nothing. You just transferred from CSKA to Litex, because Litex said that they will now be called CSKA. From group B you jumped absolutely dishonestly in A, because your “benefactor” had no interest in giving money for a team in ‘B’ group, and the brand ‘CSKA’ meant nothing (and means nothing) to you. If GriGan had wanted to wear orange T-shirts, you would have worn them – because you don’t care about the honor and the name of CSKA, but the banknotes more. It is not the CSKA-Sofia team that has any honor after beating the original CSKA with 8: 0 a few years ago. In general, but I will not be surprised at all if you get together with Levski and form a club, but I doubt that Levski will want it, not that you will oppose. Unlike CSKA-Sofia, Levski still has the honor. And you proved to me with your numbers that you have a moral right to call yourself CSKA. For me and many others, you remain ordinary GriGan mats. It is good that the National Revenue Agency has received some money from the bankrupt CSKA, it is good that you admit that you have nothing in common with the previous CSKA. I’m watching you go to judge the number with the people of Kyustendil – good luck, I hope you can catch another lev, this is your ultimate goal!
Belarusian footballer Ilya Shkurin does not intend to play for the national team again as long as President Alexander Lukashenko heads the country. People in Belarus have been protesting against his regime since the presidential election, in which Lukashenko said he had defended his position. According to the opposition and protesters, who are sharply intervening by the police, the election was rigged.
The South American Football Confederation has acknowledged that the ban on Lionel Messi has expired. With this, Messi can play in Argentina’s World Cup qualifiers next month. He was sent off in last year’s Copa America Losers final against Chile. Messi was later banned for three matches for criticizing the tournament and its organizers. He was also fined $ 50,000.The South American Football Confederation has endorsed the Argentine Football Association ‘(AFA) claim that the ban has now expired. With this, Messi can play in Argentina’s World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and later against Bolivia in Buenos Aires on October 8.English summary: Messi’s ban overYou may also like this video:
Written By WATCH US LIVE Associated Press Television News Los Angeles Dodgers minor leaguer Connor Joe announced Wednesday on social media that he has been diagnosed with testicular cancer. The 27-year-old infielder-outfielder left spring training three weeks ago to visit doctors and have tests.“I unfortunately learned that I have testicular cancer. The good news is that we caught it early, and cases like mine are very curable,” Joe posted on Instagram. “I have started treatment, underwent surgery yesterday and am in my recovery process now.”Joe said he is maintaining a positive outlook for what he hopes is a full recovery. He thanked his family, friends, the Dodgers organization and his teammates for their “incredible love and support during this difficult time.”He said he’s sharing his ordeal in the hope of bringing increased awareness to men’s health.Joe had 15 plate appearances for the San Francisco Giants last year, with one hit and one run. He batted .067.At Triple-A Oklahoma City, he hit .300 with a .929 OPS, 15 home runs and 68 RBI.Joe was drafted 39th overall by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 2014 out of the University of San Diego, his hometown. First Published: 19th March, 2020 11:40 IST Last Updated: 19th March, 2020 11:36 IST Dodgers Minor Leaguer Connor Joe Reveals Cancer Diagnosis Los Angeles Dodgers minor leaguer Connor Joe announced Wednesday on social media that he has been diagnosed with testicular cancer SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENT LIVE TV FOLLOW US
iStock/Thinkstock(PHOENIX) — An F-16 fighter jet with the Arizona Air National Guard crashed Tuesday afternoon in southeastern Arizona, officials said.“Rescue efforts are underway and the status of the pilot is unknown at this time,” read a statement on the Facebook page of the Arizona Air National Guard’s 162nd Wing, of which the F-16 Fighting Falcon is based out of.The crash happened at 3 p.m. about 20 miles northwest of Safford, Arizona.The U.S. Air Force has assembled an interim safety board to investigate the incident.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related