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Arsene Wenger sends message to Freddie Ljungberg after Unai Emery’s sacking at Arsenal

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first_imgArsene Wenger is buoyed by Freddie Ljungberg’s appointment at Arsenal (Sky Sports)Arsene Wenger insists Freddie Ljungberg is ‘fantastically committed’ to Arsenal and admits he is happy to offer advice to the Gunners’ interim manager.Following Unai Emery’s sacking last week, Ljungberg has taken temporary charge of Arsenal’s first team until the club decide on a permanent replacement.The Swede made 326 appearances as a player under Wenger and helped Arsenal win two Premier League titles and three FA Cup trophies.And Wenger is keen for the former midfielder to be a success as a manager with the Gunners.ADVERTISEMENT‘I do not want to comment too much on Arsenal. My heart is with the club and I want them to do well,’ Wenger told Sky Sports. Advertisement Comment Arsene Wenger sends message to Freddie Ljungberg after Unai Emery’s sacking at Arsenal Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 3 Dec 2019 5:08 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link3.2kShares Freddie Ljungberg was appointed as Arsenal’s interim manager last week (AFP via Getty Images)‘I wish Freddie well. He is fantastically committed. He has been doing his job for a long time and he has got an opportunity.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘What we want in life is an opportunity. They should get him to work with his ideas and support him.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘I am always happy to help my former players and my former club. I will always be available.’Arsenal only gained a point in their first match with Ljungberg in charge as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday.Ljungberg will be looking to register his first win as Arsenal manager on Thursday when his side host Brighton at the Emirates Stadium.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisementlast_img read more

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Euthanasia bill close to MP’s heart

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first_imgStuff.co 12 August 2013People who have been self-determining, autonomous adults throughout their lives should have every right to choose when their time is up, MP Maryan Street says.Along with Waikato’s Voluntary Euthanasia Society, Ms Street travelled to New Plymouth yesterday to speak about her End of Life Choice Bill, which is in Parliament’s ballot box.Support towards the bill appeared strong in New Plymouth, with more than 50 people, young and old, turning out to listen and express their views.Only one attendee, with Christian views, stood up to express his disagreement with the document.The bill proposes euthanasia be open to people with terminal illness likely to cause death within 12 months, or to people with an irreversible physical or mental condition that renders their life unbearable – by their own assessment.Ms Street, a former New Plymouth Girls’ High School student, said the topic of euthanasia was a growing issue that had continued to generate much interest over the years.Similar bills have been through Parliament twice before.In 1995, one was defeated 61-29, while in 2003 another missed out by two votes.http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/9029192/Euthanasia-bill-close-to-MPs-heartlast_img read more

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George McGinnis

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first_imgGeorge McGinnis attended Indianapolis Washington High School from 1966-69.  His Washington High School team was the 1969 state champions in basketball.  His coach at Washington was Bill Springer who I knew personally because he was a coach at Jennings County before he went to Washinton.  From there he attended one year at Indiana University where he averaged 29.9 points per game and was named an All-American.  George then went pro with the Indiana Pacers.  He led them to back-to-back ABA championships and was the league’s MVP in 1973.Why am I giving you all of these statistics?  It is because it took almost 50 years after his time at Washington High School in Indianapolis and all of these accolades before he was named to the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.  Why is this significant?  Four other members of the Indiana Pacers are already members of this Hall of Fame and most of them played after McGinnis.  Bobby Leonard, who was George’s coach while he played for the Pacers thinks it was politics.  Leonard did not divulge what he meant by this.  I saw McGinnis play basketball, and few (if any) Indiana players were better than he was at any level.  (Information for this article came from article that appeared in the Indianapolis Star.last_img read more

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Nwakeme’s Trabzonspor win Turkish Cup

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first_img Loading… In the added time of  the second half, Alanyaspor forward Papiss Cisse’s equalized with a header , but the goal was disallowed due to an offside call.Moments to the end of the match, Sorloth added an insurance goal through a counterattack  to double Trabzonspor lead.Meanwhile, Trabzonspor left back Filip Novak suffered a serious head injury and was taken to hospital.At the end of the contest, Ömür was named the man of the match while Trabzonspor’s Turkish goalkeeper Uğurcan Çakır and Argentine midfielder Jose Sosa lifted the trophy during the cup ceremony.Trabzonspor have now won the Turkish Cup nine times as the Black Sea club previously claimed it in 1977, 1978, 1984, 1992, 1995, 2003, 2004 and 2010. Read Also: Napoli seal signing of Victor Osimhen – ReportIt was Alanyaspor’s first final, returning home with a silver medal.Galatasaray have the most trophies in Turkish Cup history with 18.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Anthony Nwakaeme’s Trabzonspor claimed the 2020 Ziraat Turkish Cup after defeating Aytemiz Alanyaspor 2-0 on Wednesday night at Istanbul’s Atatürk Olympic Stadium . The Nigerian international was an unused sub during the encounter as Trabzonspor took the lead in the 25th minute through Turkish midfielder Abdulkadir Omur. Norwegian forward Alexander Sorloth crossed the ball into the vital area with Ömür flicking it into Alanyaspor’s net for the opener.Advertisement Promoted Content7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The World7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes10 Awesome 2019 Movies You Probably MissedWhat Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?8 Amazing Facts About Ancient Egypt10 Of The Most Powerful Women Across The Globe10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeTop 9 Rarest And Most Valuable Items In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Absolute 10 Greatest Shows In HBO Historylast_img read more

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The Latest: Li (-8) takes 3-stroke lead on 2nd day of PGA

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first_imgHaotong started the day at minus-3 and birdied the first two holes. He gained another stroke on the fifth hole and then had back-to-back birdies on Nos. 9 and 10 before parring his way through the rest of the round. ___Li Haotong is the first player to reach 8 under par at the PGA Championship.The sun already was forcing its way through the marine layer Friday morning, with calm conditions at Harding Park. Li, the 25-year-old from China, opened with two birdies and then made a 15-foot birdie at the fifth hole. He added back-to-back birdies on Nos. 9 and 10. He shot 67 on Thursday.Of the 11 players who shot 66 or better in the opening round, Brendon Todd is the only one who plays in the morning. He had a 65 and was tied with Jason Day for the 18-hole lead. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Li Haotong has taken a three-stroke lead into the clubhouse at the PGA Championship.Li shot a 5 under par 65 on Friday in the second round at Harding Park in San Francisco. When the 25-year-old from Shanghai finished up, he was three strokes ahead of four golfers. Among them were first-round leader Jason Day, who had yet to tee off for his second round.Also in that group was Tommy Fleetwood, who was 5 under for the day. Associated Press DeChambeau snapped his driver — which he nicknamed the Kraken — during Thursday’s opening round at TPC Harding Park. He replaced the shaft and finished his round without further incident.On Friday, DeChambeau lipped out on short putts on back-to-back holes on the front nine. After missing a 10-foot birdie putt on No. 11, he tapped in for par. He missed a 15-footer for par on the 12th hole and then tapped in for a bogey that dropped him to even par on the day.DeChambeau picked up a stroke when he birdied the 13th and was 3 under for the tournament through five holes on Friday.___More AP golf: apnews.com/tag/apf-Golf Friday also is cut day at the first major of the year. Among those in need of a low score to make it to the weekend are Phil Mickelson and Jordan Spieth.Li hasn’t had a top 10 in any of the eight tournaments he has played around the world this year. He also is coming off a disastrous Presidents Cup debut in which he played only the minimum matches.Li is sponsored by WeChat, the Chinese social media company that President Donald Trump has threatened to ban in the United States. ___In the first round, it was his driver. On Friday, it was Bryson DeChambeau’s putter that gave him fits. August 7, 2020 The Latest: Li (-8) takes 3-stroke lead on 2nd day of PGAlast_img read more

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Intriguing Fixtures Dominate First Midweek of New Season

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first_imgNPFL…Match-day Two of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) is laced with plenty of intriguing fixtures today and the contest between Akwa United and Rivers United is certainly one of them.Uyo’s storied ‘Nest of Champions’, the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium is the venue for the game which holds this evening. The two sides met twice last season in the NPFL with the Pride of Rivers winning both fixtures in Port Harcourt and Uyo, respectively.Akwa United and Rivers United began the 2016/17 season in contrasting fashion with the Uyo club surprisingly losing 1-3 to newly-promoted ABS FC in Ilorin on Sunday.Things were more straightforward for Port Harcourt-based Rivers United as they claimed a 2-1 victory over El Kanemi Warriors at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium.The stakes will be extremely high on Friday as the ‘Promise Keepers’ will be eager to get off to a flyer in their first home game of the season, particularly after suffering a reverse in Ilorin on Sunday.Akwa’s Head Coach, Abdul Maikaba, has two former Rivers United stars, Aremu Afeez and Ofem Inah in his ranks as he look to topple the ‘Pride of Rivers’ on Wednesday with the duo almost certain to provide ‘inside information’ about the workings of the Port Harcourt club.Other personnel that will likely feature for Akwa United this evening include; Cyril Olisema, Moses Ebiye, Christian Pyagbara and feared marksman, Hassan Babangida.Godspower Igudia scored Akwa’s solitary goal in Ilorin against ABS on Sunday and the Rivers United rear guard will do well to pay the skilful marksman close attention.Maikaba is full of respect for United but insists his side will amass maximum points on Wednesday.“We can beat Rivers United by maybe two or three goals to pay them back in their own coin, what they did to us in Uyo last season (when Rivers United won 2-1 on enemy territory on the final day of the 2016 season).“No doubt, it will be a very good match mainly because of the pre-season enjoyed by Rivers United.“No club in the NPFL went through that process (of such a well-detailed pre-season exercise prosecuted by Rivers United).“We will try to get three points against Rivers United on Wednesday,” Maikaba told the club’s official website, www.riversunitedfc.com.ng.There are no injury worries or suspensions in the United camp and Technical Manager, Stanley Eguma has set his sights on a positive performance from his wards.“I have congratulated the boys for the win (against El Kanemi Warriors on Sunday) even though it was anything but a perfect performance.“It’s hard to play a perfect game at this stage of the season because there is still a lot of work to do integrating the old players with the new to create a compact unit and a perfect blend.“Now, we must try to get a good result against Akwa United; an excellent team that will have the full backing of their fans on Wednesday.“It will be a very difficult game and if my players don’t perform to the best of our abilities, I am very sure we will lose,” he said.Rivers United captain, Festus Austin is also expectant of maximum points from the ‘Uyo expedition’.“We want maximum points in Uyo,” he said simply.A compelling contest awaits and fireworks are guaranteed at the Nest of Champions.In Gombe, Remo Stars Football Club return to action against Gombe United Football at the Pantami Stadium.It’s the first game on the road for the Sky Blue Stars as both teams had earlier met at the Nigeria National League, NNL Super 4 in December 2016.The Sky Blue Stars defeated Gombe United 3-1 on penalties after both teams played out a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes.Going into this encounter Captain, Victor Mbaoma has indicated that him and his teammates are not under any pressure in getting a result but instead they want a result for themselves and make a statement.Mbaoma disclosed that the team isn’t under pressure to win today but they will play to win.“We have to respect our opponent by playing and defending well. We are not under any pressure at all but we will try our best possible to win.”“We won against them in the NNL Super 4 and we can replicate such performance when we play them again on Wednesday.”“We lost our first game at home but that won’t affect us from playing our game to win and we will be successful at the end of the game in Gombe by God’s grace”.The Sky Blue Stars lost 1-2 at home in the first game in the NPFL against Plateau United in Sagamu on SundayFIXTURES (4pm)Lobi v Kano PillarsIfeanyiUbah v MFM FCAkwa Utd v Rivers UtdTornadoes v ABS FCEl Kanemi v WikkiNasarawa v RangersAbia W’ v Katsina UtdGombe v Remo StarsPlateau Utd v EnyimbaSunshine v ShootingShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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Badger bats warm up, knock off Ramblers

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first_imgIt took Badger bats five full innings to wake up Tuesday afternoon, but they eventually did, and the University of Wisconsin softball team came out ahead in their home opener, edging Loyola 7-6 at Goodman Stadium.Despite providing Loyola with a four-run cushion, leaving eight runners on base and committing four errors in the field, Wisconsin (16-7) was able to survive and hand the Ramblers their 12th loss of the year.While she was relieved her team managed to escape with a victory, head coach Chandelle Schulte was not at all satisfied with the Badgers’ overall performance.”It was a heck of a comeback,” Schulte said. “But I thought we really performed poorly in all aspects of the ballgame — offensively, defensively and pitching.”Senior pitcher Eden Brock has been a workhorse for UW all season, and through the first few innings it looked like this game would be no different. Brock rolled through the first three frames, but ran into trouble in the fourth.With one out, Loyola catcher Raven Gengler reached on an error by typically sure-handed shortstop Lynn Anderson. Gengler then stole second, and came around to score after a single to center that got by Sam Polito. Brock hit the next batter, but managed to get out of the jam with two consecutive strikeouts.Wisconsin matched the Ramblers in the bottom half of the inning with a run of their own. Joey Daniels walked, Alexis Garcia legged out an infield single and Daniels came around to score after a wild pitch and two consecutive walks. Momentum seemed to be shifting in Wisconsin’s direction, but when Brock returned to the circle for the top of the fifth, the floodgates opened.The Ramblers came out swinging, slapping three straight singles and taking a 2-1 lead. Brock then surrendered only her sixth home run of the season, a two-run blast off the bat of first baseman Kat Krause.That was enough for Schulte to call upon the bullpen and freshman hurler Letty Olivarez. Even though the game might have looked out of reach, Olivarez still had to shake off some butterflies.”I was a little nervous,” Olivarez said. “The girls were having a little trouble, and I just wanted to come in and help Eden out.”Olivarez got into a little trouble herself, giving up a double and an RBI single to second baseman Angie Funston, but she recovered, managing to strike out Loyola shortstop Lindsay O’Gean for the third out of the inning.With the Badgers down, 6-1, Schulte gathered her troops for a serious dressing-down.”You cannot just show up,” Schulte said. “If you show up you will lose every day, regardless of the score. You have to play with heart.”Evidently, all Wisconsin needed was for someone to light a fire under them. The Badgers exploded in the bottom half of the sixth, sending every player in the lineup to the plate and tagging Loyola for six runs on five hits.Daniels led off with a single and was doubled home on Ricci Robben’s smash to right-center. After Valyncia Raphael singled to right and Lynn Anderson drew a walk, Sam Polito stepped to the plate with two outs and the bases loaded. Polito, who had already committed two errors in the game, made everyone forget about her defensive play with a sharp single that brought UW within two. She moved to third on an Athena Vasquez RBI single and slid safely under the tag after a wild pitch from reliever Krista Crosson. With the score knotted at six, Alexis Garcia’s fielders-choice groundout brought in the go-ahead run.Polito’s two-out single proved to be the crucial at-bat of the frame, extending the inning and allowing the meat of Wisconsin’s order to do some damage. But for Polito, the at-bat also served as redemption for a less-than-stellar performance in the field.”I started out a little rough,” Polito said. “But I fed off of everyone else, and I realized I had to come up and do my job. Everyone else was doing well and hitting, and I realized it was my time to step up.”I just thought about putting the ball in play and hitting it somewhere hard.””Apparently, whatever I had to say really inspired them,” Schulte said of her pre-inning lecture. “They didn’t quit, and that’s the sign of a good team.”Olivarez returned to the circle for the seventh, and was able to slam the door, but not before raising the collective blood pressure of everyone in the stadium.With two outs and a runner on third, Olivarez hit Angie Funston and issued a walk to No. 8 hitter O’Gean. But before the Ramblers could get back to the top of the order, Olivarez decided enough was enough, blowing a fastball by third baseman Alexandra Trudnich to preserve the victory for UW.”I just wanted to make sure to hit my spots,” Olivarez said of her last-inning nail-biter. “I was going to try to get someone to pop it up or ground out.”They were aggressive. They were good hitters. So we just had to try and not put it over the plate.”Although UW was able to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, Schulte expressed concern for what she felt was a tentative attitude at the plate.”We’re taking too many strikes,” Schulte said. “In a situation where we have our 3-4-5 hitters up, they’re throwing pitches for us to hit and we’re watching them. Those are times when you have to make things happen.”Right now we’re watchers and we’re not doers, and we’re working on that.”last_img read more

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Briana Day’s shot-blocking ability anchors Syracuse 2-3 zone

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first_imgVirginia Tech’s Regan Magarity caught an inbounds pass at the low block and took a dribble toward the middle of the lane. With one step, she tried squeezing around Syracuse center Briana Day before letting go of a one-handed floater.Day slid alongside Magarity, and when the ball left her hand, Day knocked it away. The block protected Syracuse’s 15-point third-quarter lead on Jan. 10, but the typical manner in which it happened reflected a key part of Day’s game that has come to be expected.“Yeah, it was (typical Briana),” twin sister and Syracuse center Bria Day said. “I don’t think it was anything like spectacular other than her playing defense and her doing what she knows she can do best.”Briana Day ranks second in the Atlantic Coast Conference with 2.2 blocks per game in just 22.4 minutes per game. She’s blocking shots on 7.75 percent of opponent’s possessions according to WBBState.com, ranking third in the ACC. The lanky 6-foot-4 center has been the anchor of Syracuse’s (14-4, 4-1 ACC) 2-3 zone and while she said she can still improve her rebounding, she’s turned away 39 shots this season. It’s a result of her athleticism, growing experience and lack of foul trouble, she said. Briana Day has put it all together, blocking a shot in seven straight games. AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Anytime you have a post player that’s going for the basketball, you have a chance to get those kinds of records,” Orange head coach Quentin Hillsman said. “And she’s done a really good job of being aggressive and going after shots up in the air. Anytime a player’s doing that, you’re going to get a lot of shots blocked.”Since ACC play began, Briana Day blocked 12 shots in five games, four of which were 20-plus point blowouts. She’s averaging 2.4 blocks in conference play, behind only Notre Dame’s Brianna Turner, arguably the best player on the No. 3 team in the country.While Briana Day’s blocked shots are being compiled in mostly uncompetitive games, just a couple of possessions could make the difference as SU faces No. 3 Notre Dame, No. 17 Louisville and No. 16 Miami in three of its next four contests.“Just getting in position early and not fouling, honestly, just jumping straight up,” Briana Day said. “I think that’s why I’ve been so effective.”After Pittsburgh tied up Syracuse at 22 on Jan. 14, Briana Day altered two key shots as the Orange went on a 9-0 run. First, Yacine Diop tried pivoting around Briana Day, but there was nowhere to go, and she threw up a harmless shot around her. Twenty seconds later, Aysia Bugg caught a pass on the low block but before she could attempt the easy layup, Briana Day had already closed down the space. SU maintained its lead that was never threatened the rest of the game.In the past, Briana Day would be slow to get to the right spots. It caused her to pick up fouls and limited her effectiveness. But now, she’s caught up and is beating opponents to spots instead of the other way around.“Just being smarter, when to go and try and get a blocked shot or when I know I can’t,” Briana Day said. “I think it’s just being smart and decisive as to when I want to (block) it.”Briana Day’s only fouled out once this season and picked up at least four fouls twice in the last nine games. She’s timing shots better and going after balls that are free, rather than in opponents’ hands.And while Syracuse would like to see her perform like she has over the next four games, Briana Day’s influence on the defensive end has already been felt. “You’re not going to be a good shot-blocker if you’re not athletic,” Hillsman said. “So obviously she has long arms and she’s very athletic … It’s really paid dividends.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 19, 2016 at 9:03 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschwedslast_img read more

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Robert Morris scores 5 unanswered goals and defeats SU in CHA tournament, 5-2

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first_imgBUFFALO — Syracuse had just scored a goal on either side of the first intermission and held Robert Morris scoreless. Momentum was on the Orange’s side despite getting outshot through 20 minutes, and another College Hockey America tournament finals run inched closer. But at the game’s halfway point everything changed. Byrnn Koocher tripped a Colonials player and gave the third-best power play in the nation a chance to cut Syracuse’s lead.For the first minute of the power play, SU maintained its shutout. But as Lexi Templeman drifted through the offensive zone, she moved the Orange defense with her. Instead of taking a shot, she slid a pass across her body to a wide open Jaycee Gebhard. The CHA’s leading scorer just tapped the puck into an open net off a blown coverage, and Syracuse’s lead no longer seemed as secure.“We thought we had a little bit of momentum with that start of the second period,” defender Lindsay Eastwood said, “We were flying and we were going and they just grabbed the momentum from us.”Forty-four seconds later, the lead Syracuse built was gone when Anjelica Diffendal snapped a shot past Allison Small. Four minutes later, the Orange trailed. Syracuse (14-20-2, 12-8-2 CHA) couldn’t keep up with Robert Morris’s five unanswered goals, and it was the Colonials (20-11-4, 14-5-2) who advanced to the conference title game with a 5-2 win.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the game could’ve been different. At the end of the second period, Syracuse scored as Kelli Rowswell slotted a rebound into the back of the net. Or so it thought. A goal review ensued, and the officials determined that Colonials goalie Raygan Kirk had already frozen the puck, waving off the goal. “Tough call on the goal that was disallowed, that would have given us a huge boost,” head coach Paul Flanagan said. “I’m not really going to say too much other than I don’t agree with the call.” Instead of going into the third period tied, the Orange were down.With its season on the line, Syracuse needed to come out of the intermission firing. It didn’t, and the Orange needed almost 14 minutes to register their first shot on Kirk’s net. Their faithful were stunned into silence, and the once-quiet Robert Morris fans rejoiced as the Colonials lead extended to three. With long periods of possession in the Syracuse zone, Robert Morris picked its passes and sent shot after shot on Small. On the Colonials’ fourth goal, Diffendal sat behind the net and dished a pass to Natalie Marcuzzi, who fired past Small.“I thought that fourth one was kinda the one that broke our backs,” Flanagan said, “And the fifth one was I guess the dagger.”By the time the Colonials scored the fourth goal Syracuse didn’t seem to have a chance at wrestling momentum back in their favor. Whether it was Koocher having her shot saved on the breakaway or Madison Beishuizen firing wide on the rush, SU just couldn’t keep up with Robert Morris. Every time Syracuse attempted to break out of their own zone the puck was poked off their sticks and back into the hands of a Colonials defender. Wave after wave of Robert Morris offense began as a result, stifling any momentum the Orange mustered.“I just thought their pressure forced our D in particular, into a lot of passes and plays they don’t want to make,” Flanagan said. “That was kind of a constant turnover.The turnovers began to mount and soon the fatigue kicked in for SU. Robert Morris, fresh of their first-round bye, kept firing. They suffocated the Orange in their own zone, passing the puck along the boards and peppering Small with shots. It all came back to the one penalty in the second period: a 44-second Robert Morris scoring spell that flipped the game and Syracuse’s season. It was a problem that plagued the Orange all season, but that one gave Robert Morris a lifeline and sent Syracuse packing. “They made the plays and we didn’t,” Flanagan said. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 6, 2020 at 8:52 pm Contact Gaurav: gshetty@syr.edulast_img read more

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4th pro win for Taylor

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first_imgTaylor needed all eight rounds before taking a convincing points victory over Bulgarian Milena Koleva in Manchester.The 2012 Olympic gold medallist outpointed her opponent 80-72 to secure her 4th professional win.last_img

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