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Josh Grisetti & Alli Mauzey Will Star in Red Eye of Love Off-Broadway

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first_img Featuring music by Sam Davis and a book and lyrics by John Wulp and the late Arnold Weinstein, Red Eye of Love pits a young idealist against a jaded materialist whose department store only sells one product: meat. The two compete for the affection of the same girl against the backdrop of the Great Depression. The tuner is based on an original play by Weinstein, which premiered in 1961. Wulp and Weinstein first began to adapt Weinstein’s play into a musical in the ‘80s. Sperling helmed a reading of the show as part of The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Music Theater Conference in 2007, which at the time featured music by Jan Warner. Last year, the musical received its world premiere in North Haven with Davis as composer. Grisetti’s stage credits including Broadway Bound on Broadway and the off-Broadway productions of Peter and the Starcatcher, Rent, Enter Laughing and After the Ball. Mauzey most recently appeared on Broadway as Glinda in Wicked; her additional credits include Cry-Baby and Hairspray on Broadway and It’s a Bird…It’s a Plan…It’s Superman with City Center Encores!. Pariseau has appeared on the New York stage previously in Legally Blonde, The Explorers Club, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change and Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh. Broadway alums Josh Grisetti and Alli Mauzey will lead the cast of the new musical Red Eye of Love off-Broadway. Grisetti will star as Wilmer and Mauzey will play Selma. Joining them will be Kevin Pariseau as O.O. Martinas. The New York premiere, directed by Tony winner Ted Sperling, begins previews at the Dicapo Opera Theatre on August 27 and run through September 28. Opening night is set for September 4. Red Eye of Love will feature choreography by Lainie Sakakura and Alex Sanchez, set design by Robert Indiana, costumes by Martha Bromelmeier, lighting design by Matthew Richards and projection design by David Wilson. In addition to Mauzey, Grisetti and Pariseau, the cast will include Dylan Boyd, Katie Chung, Patch David, Daniel Lynn Evans, Tracie Franklin, Katie Hagen and Daniel May. View Commentslast_img read more

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Río Magdalena Mágico II Day, Serving the Colombian Community

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first_imgBy Yolima Dussán/Diálogo May 31, 2017 When residents of communities living along the Magdalena River learn of the arrival of the ARC Golfo de Urabá amphibious landing vessel, they know the Colombian Navy is coming to see them. Hundreds of men, women, and children living in extreme poverty sense imminent solutions to their problems – physical and mental health, counseling, nutrition, recreation and sometimes even affection. They’re not wrong. Armed with solutions, 21 crewmembers and 27 specialists on board the ARC Golfo de Urabá set sail from Cartagena on March 23rd for the start of Río Magdalena Mágico II Day. Organized by the Colombian Navy, the crew carrying several metric tons of essential goods was to visit six towns in the Canal del Dique area for 10 days of development support. Greater frequency, presence, and better results Río Magdalena Mágico II came into existence in 2015. “Always with the goal of giving a boost to the neediest communities, we decided to join forces with the Foundation for the Research and Development of Special Education (FIDES, per its Spanish acronym), to benefit children with cognitive disabilities. Now we are leading this campaign, which we are doing for the second time. We expanded services and coverage for the riverine populations that have major needs,” Vice Admiral Evelio Ramírez Gáfaro, commander of the Caribbean Naval Force of the Colombian Navy told Diálogo. With close to 15,000 members, this force operates in a maritime jurisdiction of 589,560 square kilometers, 1,600 kilometers of coastline and 1,700 kilometers of rivers. It also deploys resources and troops on almost 15,000 square kilometers of land, mainly in the Montes de María area, in the center of Colombia’s Atlantic coast. Armed with a high-impact program, this force looks forward to expanding the development days to the entire region and provide solutions more consistently. “Like what we do in La Guajira, where we go every 40 days. The goal is to have more presence, to go more frequently, and have better results in these forgotten communities,” Vice Adm. Ramírez added. Assets for prosperity “During these [10] days, there were 554 internal medicine, 490 pediatric, and 258 dental consultations. Seven metric tons of humanitarian aid were distributed. Cultural activities and sporting events brought people together in a type of carnival where for several nights movies were shown under the stars,” Captain Nicolás Guzmán, head of the Integral Action Department of the Colombian Navy’s Caribbean Naval Force, told Diálogo. He is responsible for the workings of the development support campaigns in this jurisdiction. Río Magdalena Mágico II navigated along Canal del Dique, arriving in the towns of San Cristóbal, Robles, San Agustín, San Luis, Tenerife, Tacamocho, and finally ending up in Monpox, southeast of Cartagena. “In every town we visited we delivered ‘Assets for prosperity,’ or items seized by the National Directorate of Taxes that we hope to use for the benefit of the poorest families,” explained Capt. Guzmán. This event, categorized as a large-scale activity, was in the works for more than three months. The medical assistance benefitted more than 1,400 people, and they were able to do strong work with teenagers to prevent unplanned pregnancies. A message of hope Both Río Magdalena Mágico II and the first version held in October 2016 emphasized care for children with cognitive disabilities. This voyage arose out of the work that FIDES does with children who have trouble acquiring or expressing their social skills and knowledge and their families. “[It was] exceptional work that began in Cartagena, and that one day we decided to expand to the municipalities of Bolívar. That was how Río Magdalena Mágico I was born. The care provided to these populations was very valuable, and it especially inspired us to continue and broaden our goals to increase health care coverage to the entire community,” Vice Adm. Ramírez said. “The situation of the towns visited during this trip is one of true need. It is very hard to describe the living conditions of these Colombians. Extreme poverty and neglect define their reality. So that’s why the aid campaign led by the Colombian Navy is a message of hope on a large scale,” Doctor Alejandro Escallón Lloreda, director of FIDES, told Diálogo. He hopes to include children from these areas in the Special Olympics. “The support and organization of the Colombian Navy during this trip was an example, from a logistical point of view. The men of the Navy took on this work with great generosity, and their goals were reached thanks to the fact that everything was so well organized and difficulties solved. Their commitment to the community, to the mission, goes beyond their military orders. Everyone works long days with extreme willpower, dedication, and care for the disabled children and for the community in general, which is sometimes surprised at the presence of a contingent of civilian and military personnel who travel from far away to help them,” Escallón stressed. Awaiting Río Magdalena Mágico III Countless children and adults who had never been seen by a doctor received health care services. Movies were shown for the first time in towns that had never had recreational activities, and families with cognitively disabled children who had never received guidance on how to integrate them into society received counseling for the first time. The experience also left an imprint in the minds of those who participated in the voyage: Men, women, young adults, and children along the river’s coast waved Colombian flags to say goodbye. For them, seeing the Colombian Navy’s ARC Golfo de Urabá vessel on the Magdalena River represents the hope that Colombia won’t forget about them.last_img read more

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6 ways to help ensure members’ security

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first_imgTo hack an online account, you need a password. Wrong. Today’s tech-savvy hackers have found a way around the pesky task of hunting down login credentials – using cookies.In the online world, cookies do not refer to sugary confections best eaten with milk. Instead, cookies are sequences of letters and numbers your computer stores. Think of the times you’ve seen a “Remember me” box on a login page. By checking that box, you’re asking your computer to keep track of cookies.Fraud Prevention Manager at CO-OP Ashley McAlpine says the beauty of cookies – from a user experience at least– is their ability to let you bypass repeated logins. That’s also what hackers love about them. Through reverse engineering, hackers can re-create cookies to trick websites into automatically logging them in. Then they have free rein to explore an account for as long as they want. continue reading » 16SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Protesters set fire to Wendy’s in Atlanta where black man was slain by police

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first_img“I do not believe that this was a justified use of deadly force and have called for the immediate termination of the officer,” Bottoms said at an afternoon news conference. Authorities have not yet released the names of the two officers involved in the shooting, both of whom were white.Brooks was the father of a young daughter who was celebrating her birthday on Saturday, his lawyers said. His death from a police bullet came after more than two weeks of demonstrations in major cities across the United States in the name of George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who died on May 25 under the knee of a Minneapolis police officer.Street protests broke out in Atlanta on Saturday near the scene of the shooting, with more than 100 people calling for the officers to be charged criminally in the case.THIS JUST HAPPENED IN ATLANTA, AT THE WENDYS ON UNIVERSITY. TWO WHITE OFFICERS KILLED A BLACK MAN!!!! FUCK THE POLICE!!!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/vlFP4Y8M71— ANNZ💋 (@ANNANTS1) June 13, 2020Police were called to the Wendy’s over reports that Brooks had fallen asleep in the drive-thru line. Officers attempted to take him into custody after he failed a field sobriety test, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Protesters shut down a major highway in Atlanta on Saturday and set fire to a Wendy’s restaurant where a black man was shot by police as he tried to escape arrest, an incident caught on video and sure to fuel more nationwide demonstrations.The unrest broke out after dark in Atlanta, where earlier in the day Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said she had accepted the prompt resignation of police chief Erika Shields over the death on Friday night of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks at the Wendy’s.Images on local television showed the restaurant in flames, with no fire crews on the scene. Other demonstrators marched onto Interstate-75, where they were met by police.The Wendy’s where Rayshard Brooks was shot and killed by police is now on fire.Protests are happening in Atlanta right now. ⁦@ABC7⁩ pic.twitter.com/8FuuGhVc59— Veronica Miracle (@ABC7Veronica) June 14, 2020 Video shot by a bystander captures Brooks struggling with two officers on the ground outside the Wendy’s before breaking free and running across the parking lot with what appears to be a police TASER in his hand.A second videotape from the restaurant’s cameras shows Brooks turning as he runs and possibly aiming the TASER at the pursuing officers before one of them fires his gun and Brooks falls to the ground.Brooks ran the length of about six cars when he turned back toward an officer and pointed what he had in his hand at the policeman, said Vic Reynolds, director of the GBI at a separate press conference.”At that point, the Atlanta officer reaches down and retrieves his weapon from his holster, discharges it, strikes Mr. Brooks there on the parking lot and he goes down,” Reynolds said.Lawyers representing the family of Brooks told reporters that Atlanta police had no right to use deadly force even if he had fired the TASER, a non-lethal weapon, in their direction.”You can’t shoot somebody unless they are pointing a gun at you,” attorney Chris Stewart said.Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard, Jr., said in an emailed statement that his office “has already launched an intense, independent investigation of the incident” while it awaits the findings of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.Bottoms said Shields, a white woman appointed chief in December 2016, would be replaced by deputy chief Rodney Bryant, a black man who will serve as interim chief.Topics :last_img read more

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Artist David Bromley moves in to former Brisbane ice cream factory

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first_imgArtist David Bromley is moving in to the former Peter’s ice cream factory site in West Village.Mr Bromley has taken on the role of artist-in-residence at the iconic landmark, which is being transformed into the $800 million West Village retail and residential development. The painter, sculptor and Archibald Prize finalist will create a series of murals throughout the 2.6ha site, including a huge piece of work on the Factory 1 building facing Melbourne Street that will be visible from the CBD. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE “This is the largest single mural that we’ve ever done,” he said.A dedicated studio space on the first floor of the former ice cream factory building has been fitted out with art by David, and his wife Yuge, and it will host new artists who become involved in the ongoing artist-in-residence program. More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this homeless than 1 hour agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor6 hours ago West Village at West End is about 90 per cent sold off-the-plan.The historic ice cream factory building is one of two buildings that are being retained and restored as part of developer Sekisui House’s masterplan for West Village.The project comprises a mix of apartments, townhouses and penthouses set within a retail, lifestyle and cultural precinct. West Village at West End is about 90 per cent sold off-the-plan.One of David Bromley’s most vivid childhood memories involves ice cream.He was 15 and working as a sign-writer, painting ice cream trucks in a dust-free room in glistening high-gloss paint.“One of my most formidable experiences was facing up to those big ice cream trucks because they were so fastidiously painted in this high gloss,” he said.So, it seems only fitting the prominent Australian artist should make the former Peter’s Ice Cream Factory in West End his home for the next 12 months. West Village at West End is about 90 per cent sold off-the-plan.Prices range from $398,000 for a one-bedroom apartment to just under $1 million for a three-bedroom penthouse.The studio space at West Village will be open to the public this Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 5pm, with artwork available for sale. Artist David Bromley, with wife Yuge, is moving in to the former Peter’s ice cream factory in West End.“We’re already working with an artist called Lucks and we’re also talking to other artists, interior decorators, architects — people with a passion for projects like this,” he said.The studio will also become a hub for future food, fashion and music events. According to project director Andrew Thompson, just over 70 per cent of apartments have sold off-the-plan in the first stage and about 20 per cent have sold in the recently released second stage. “The local market’s responding really well and they’re starting to see the development is not just another apartment building, it’s got a point of difference,” Mr Thompson said.“We are getting a lot of Sydney interest because of the price differential between Sydney and Brisbane so a lot of people are seeing Brisbane as an attractive investment opportunity and also moving to Brisbane because of the affordability.”last_img read more

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Asset management roundup: Aberdeen Standard Life merger completes

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first_imgJupiter M&G Woodford Investments Hermes Absorbing research costs Passing costs on to clients Source: IPE JP Morgan Amundi Schroderscenter_img Man Group The merger was first announced on 6 March. It was previously announced that the chief executive officers of Aberdeen and Standard Life, Martin Gilbert and Keith Skeoch, respectively, would become co-CEOs of the merged group.Skeoch said: “Today marks the culmination of many months of hard work and preparation by our business, and the beginning of a new chapter in our history as Standard Life Aberdeen plc.“Our leadership team is in place and we have full business readiness from day one.”The formal launch of Standard Life Aberdeen comes after Prudential, the UK financial services group, announced that it would merge its two main businesses to create a £332bn asset manager.  JP Morgan to absorb MiFID II research costsJP Morgan Asset Management has announced that it will cover the cost of external research under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) rather than passing on the costs to clients.It said it has not made any changes to its internal research teams as a result of this decision, and that it uses external analyst research “where we believe it can add value to client portfolios”.In deciding to pay for sell-side research costs itself, JP Morgan is following the likes of Hermes, Kempen, M&G, Vanguard and others. Amundi, Janus Henderson, MAN Group and Schroders have signalled their intention to pass on the cost to clients. Janus Henderson Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life have completed their merger today to form Standard Life Aberdeen, which manages £583bn (€642bn) of assets.The move creates the fifth largest European asset manager and 25th largest in the world, according to IPE’s 2017 Top 400 rankings. This is based on data from the end of 2016.The new group’s investment business is Aberdeen Standard Investments, while its pensions and savings business is Standard Life. Together the group has assets under administration of £670bn.Overall Standard Life Aberdeen will have a market capitalisation of over £11bn. Select asset manager decisions on research costs post-MiFID II Vanguard Kempenlast_img read more

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Lady Wildcats Get ‘W’ On The Links Over Lady Lions

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first_imgThe Lady Wildcat Golf team picked up another win tonight against the Rushville Lions. The team was able to put together their lowest 9-hole score of the season with a score of 166 to 221. The win brings their record to 4-0.Senior, Dana Branstetter, was medallist of the meet with her season low of 37.   Other FC Scoring. Kendyl Brack – 44, Abby Brack – 43, Maggie Brack – 45, Gracie Graf – 43, Ashlan Hill – 52, Camryn Brewer – 53, Sam Ebrens – 54, Erin Hesselbrock – 54.The Cats will be back in action this Saturday at the Connersville Invite.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Marissa Mears.last_img

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Restructuring of Essequibo Cricket Board is needed says former president

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first_imgBy Elroy StephneyFORMER president of the Essequibo Cricket Board (ECB),Prince Holder claims that the Board is dyfunctional and as a result it should be restructured. Holder briefly served as the ECB head following the sudden resignation of Sheik Ahmad in 2013.He is currently the Chairman of the North Essequibo Cricket Committee (NECC) which is one of eight area committees comprising the ECB.Given the geographical nature of the existing committees, the task has been quite herculean to financially sustain their vibrancy,including the hosting of regular competitions.According to Holder, the county has been without a major sponsor for the past three years which has severely affected the upliftment of the game in the Region.He alluded to previous and continuous sponsorship such as the Good Wood under-19 as well as senior inter-committee competitions which were quite beneficial for players who were eventually selected for inter-county tournaments.Holder further mentioned that senior players were also engaged in additional limited overs and three day inter-county cricket that were either sponsored by corporate entities,including Kayman Sankar or the Board.In contrast, he says that the current Administration is unable to attract sponsorship because of incompetence, neglect and lack of commitment to advance impacting initiatives and ideas.Holder is also of the view that the Board seldom meets while the sub-committees,including that of sponsorship, finance and cricket development have been diluted into irrelevance.The former ECB president also alluded to the ECB Hostel which is underutilised and remains in a state of disrepair. According to Holder,”The Administrator is being paid for non-performance since he does not occupy the office at the Hostel nor is he present in the various area committees to conduct cricket related activities.”This he said is unacceptable and must be investigated by the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB). He is also questioning the logic of the ECB to support an increasingly dictatorial GCB which he claimed has not been holding elections as mandated by its constitution.“Why has the ECB abondoned the interest of its most celebrated cricketer,Ransford Beaton,who has been denied a retainer contract by the GCB and who continues to be sidelined by the very Board that the ECB is aligned with?he questioned.Given such inexcusable dilemmas, Holder is strongly in favour of the restructuring of the Essequibo Cricket Board.He is further suggesting that the entire Board should resign en-block and be replaced by an Interim Management Committee (IMC) until such time that elections can be held since the term of the current Board has ended.Holder also supports the establishment of a group of former top local cricketers who will advise the IMC on ways to improve, strengthen and sustain the capabilities of the players,with the aim of them gaining more national and West Indies selection.The former president is also advocating for more coaches to be assigned to the Region and placed to work in schools. According to him, there is only one coach that is currently attached to the ECB, following the resignation of Vibert Johnson and the migration of Alfred Maycock.“ How can one Coach serve the entire Region, including in areas such as Wakenaam, Bartica, Leguan and in the Pomeroon?he further reasoned.Holder is also critical of the ECB for(allegedly) transforming itself into a clique of members whom he described as self-serving and even inactive.Given his experience and willingness to contribute to the development of the game, Holder is contending that same can only be achieved with the restructuring of the ECB and the injection of fresh ideas.The former president also questioned the ability of the acting president of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) Mr.Fizul Bacchus who is also the president of the Essequibo Cricket Board (ECB). This follows the resignation of Mr. Drubahadur from the GCB.Holder is of the opinion that cricket in Essequibo has massively deteriorated under Bacchus whom he opined does not have the qualities to lead the GCB or any cricket entity. “The ECB must be restructured as a matter of priority for sanity to be restored to Essequibo’s cricket,”he added .last_img read more

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Wisconsin meets expectations early in season

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first_imgAfter recording two wins in its first two games, the No. 25 Wisconsin women’s soccer team has already met some expectations at the beginning of its season. With 10 returning starters and a talented list of incoming freshmen, the Badgers look to be a competitive opponent in non-conference and Big Ten play this season.The Badgers began their season last Friday against Creighton University, defeating the Bluejays 2-0. Senior squad captain Amy Vermeulen recorded the first goal of the season for the Badgers early in the first half. Vermeulen was aided in an assist by fellow senior captain Marissa Brown. The second goal for the Badgers came late in the second half when freshman Elisa Webber scored her first career goal for UW.Sophomore goalkeeper Lynn Murray earned her first shutout this season for the Badgers after recording three saves throughout the game.“Our goal was to get the shutout,” Dean Duest, Wisconsin head coach, said. “Creighton is a very good team and they will do well. We started out in a flash and it was a very physical game. Our girls battled well.”The next win came just two days later, when the Badgers outlasted No. 23 Kansas 3-2 in overtime. Senior captain Katy Lindenmuth scored first for the Badgers in the first half. With a 1-1 score heading into the second half, it did not take Lindenmuth long to score her second goal for the cardinal and white. Lindenmuth scored just 39 seconds into the second half, giving the Badgers a 2-1 advantage. The Jayhawks responded quickly, sending the game into overtime, where Vermeulen quickly showed her talents by scoring the game-deciding goal to record the Badgers’ second win of the season.“[This weekend] was a great start for our team,” Duerst said. “We know a lot more about ourselves. Now we can turn it up a notch and continue to improve. We know what it feels like to be in a tight game.”Vermeulen and Lindenmuth’s efforts in their first two games met Duerst’s early expectations for leadership and experience this season. “We have talent and depth and are strong all around,” Duerst said. “The nice thing about this team right now is that the experience and leadership is in place. There are a new group of players, but they are being taken care of, and everyone is ready to go.”Lindenmuth adds the combination of experience and talent will lead the Badgers through the upcoming season.“We have a lot of expectations and a ton of talent. We have a lot of returners in combination with a lot of really talented young players. It’s one of the most exciting things on the team this year. Practices are so competitive. Everyone is back this season and ready to play.”With a goal to take it a game at a time, the Badgers are looking at a competitive and tough schedule this season. With one win against ranked Kansas behind them, the Badgers are slatted to face five other ranked opponents.Wisconsin will battle No. 7 Portland and No. 20 Washington next week at the Portland Tournament in Portland, Ore. The Badgers are also scheduled to play No. 13 Illinois Sept. 25, No. 8 Penn State Oct. 2 and No. 10 Ohio State Oct. 23. Wisconsin will host both Penn State and Ohio State and will play Illinois on the road.Currently the Badgers are concentrating on their non-conference opponents, but their concentration will change Sept. 23, when they are scheduled to open Big Ten play on the road against Iowa.“Our non-conference games are going to be really important for us this season,” Murray said. “Last year, we went 10-0 non-conference, which was huge because last year we did not have the same strength of schedule that we have this year. Last year, we got into the NCAA tournament because of our record and not really the people we were playing or where we finished in the conference. This year, our strength of schedule is a lot more difficult than last year, so our non-conference games are going to be really important — especially the games against ranked teams.”While the NCAA tournament is not scheduled until November, the Badgers once again hope to make a strong showing in the tourney. “As a team goal, we are trying to at get to the same place we were last year,” Murray said. “This year, we know we can do better than the second round of the NCAAs.”The Badgers will look to carry the momentum from their first two season victories into the home opener against Oklahoma. Wisconsin is scheduled to play the Sooners in the Big 12 Challenge today at 2 p.m. at the McClimon Soccer Complex. The team is also scheduled to play Oklahoma State Sunday at 11 a.m., also at the McClimon Soccer Complex. Both the Sooners and Cowboys have already recorded a 2-0 record. Oklahoma defeated St. Louis 2-1, and Arkansas 3-0, while Oklahoma State defeated both Texas State and Arkansas State 3-0.last_img read more

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