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Schmidt, McKenzie Named Indoor Track & Field Student Athletes of the Year

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian hurler Kai Schmidt and McNeese junior pentathlon competitor Grace McKenzie are the 2019 Southland Conference Indoor Track & Field Student-Athletes of the Year, the league announced Friday. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition.Schmidt claims the award after winning the 2019 Southland Conference indoor shot put title on a toss of 58-11.5, beating out the second-place contestant by a 2-3.5 margin. The ACU graduate student also set the school shot put record at the Texas Tech Shootout in Lubbock, Texas (Feb. 8-9) with a throw of 63-5. At the conclusion of the indoor track & field season, Schmidt was ranked No. 20 in the nation among shot putters.A native of Kerfeld, Germany, Schmidt is pursuing his master’s degree in accounting and currently holds a 3.57 GPA.McKenzie closed out her junior indoor campaign as a NCAA First Team All-American, following several record setting performances. She set a McNeese, Southland Conference and Irish National record at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships (March 8) after registering 4,230 points for an eighth-place pentathlon finish. The junior also set a McNeese program record in that same event with a high jump of 5-8.75 at the NCAA Championships.A nursing major, the Cork, Irland, native also succeeds in the classroom as she maintains a 3.75 GPA.The Southland Conference awards committee, which consists of one administrator from each of the 13 member universities, votes for student-athletes of the year. The Southland Student-Athlete of the Year award is presented to one student-athlete who achieves excellence in both academics and athletics. All nominees must have earned at least a 3.2 GPA on a 4.0 scale and demonstrated athletics achievement for at least two years at the nominating institution. All-Academic teams are named for indoor track & field and outdoor track & field after the conclusion of the outdoor track & field season.last_img read more

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Nadal – Kyrgios: a fight against the devil in hell

first_img“Rafa is used to it. It’s going to be a bit like the Davis Cup. He additionally has his viewers and could be very pricey right here.. Absolutely he could have the respect of the Australian followers. We rely on him to help Kyrgios extra, however it’s one thing that won’t have an effect on him, he could have folks in his favor in some sector. ” Carlos Moyá, coach stated it Nadal in the earlier eighth conflict between the Balearic and Australian Nick Kyrgios, which for the first time will play at residence.The morbid traditional returns seven months after the final duel that was performed in the second spherical of Wimbledon, with a labored victory of the world primary. There they began their conferences in 2014 and can reside a new chapter at the moment (09:00, Eurosport) in the eighths of the Australian Open. The steadiness helps Nadal (4-3), the reverse of the favor of some followers who went loopy with Nick’s present final Saturday against Khachanov.They characterize two methods of understanding tennis. Nadal is self-management, tradition of effort, work and expertise. Kyrgios, anarchy, inspiration, innate high quality and, extra typically than it ought to, indiscipline. That’s the reason they collide, though every in their very own method flowers are thrown. “Taking part in against certainly one of the finest on the central court docket in your house is nice. It will likely be one other bodily battle. Nothing is simple against him. He had a comparatively routine recreation (against Carreño), so it can really feel good. I’m wanting ahead to the time. For that recreation, I assume ”, stated the Canberra participant, 24 years outdated and 26th of the world. “Kyrgios is a nice expertise, he has certainly one of the finest companies in the world and selection in each method. It’s able to appearing at a very excessive degree. When he performs good tennis and reveals ardour, it’s optimistic for our circuit. The gamers that make it greater are good for this sport, ” says the winner of the 19 Grand Slams.And the way do you play an unpredictable man like Kyrgios, able to the finest and the worst? “It’s important to be centered. It can be crucial that Rafa’s service works. Against Carreño was excellent and against Delbonis, too. That may let you deal with the video games with extra peace of thoughts, ”says Moyá, who insists on the want for his pupil to “reap the benefits of the few alternatives he has”. “It should be tremendous. We now have the instance of Acapulco final yr, the place I used to be being superior however had 10 break balls and solely transformed one. He didn’t have any and in the tie-break he received. In Wimbledon, Rafa scored two. In the finish, these matches are selected three factors, ”Moyá analyzes. Wild Factor desires to be the first Australian to win Nadal in Melbourne from Lleyton Hewitt in the third spherical of 2005. The previous participant and captain of the Davis Cup and ATP Cup nationwide group helps and encourages from the stands the wayward Nicholas Hilmy Kyrgios. It’s certainly one of the noisy followers who will roar at the moment at the Rod Laver Enviornment. A devil in his boiler.Nadal and Kyrgios: good strangersNadal and Kyrgios already know one another effectively on the observe, though every time they’re requested in the event that they like them outdoors of it, the very first thing they are saying is that they don’t know something about one another. “I have no idea. I don’t know him personally to have a clear opinion. It’s clear, in fact, that when he does issues that aren’t good, I don’t prefer it, ”stated the Balearic after successful Carreño on Saturday. A couple of hours later the Australian was pulled from the tongue by telling him what he had stated about him who was going to be his subsequent opponent, and he answered naturally. “I actually don’t know Rafa. I’ve by no means dated him or something like that. So I don’t understand how it’s. I don’t dislike. I by no means stated something as a result of I don’t know him in any respect. As a tennis participant it’s hell. As a individual I don’t know him, however he positive is ok. ”The reality is that they’ve by no means had a relationship past the events or educated collectively as a result of they’ve a very totally different idea of each day work.. The Spaniard is crushed in classes of an hour and a half, and the aussie barely touches for 30 minutes. As well as, Kyrgios provoked Nadal a number of occasions on social networks and a few days in the past he imitated him throughout a combined doubles match with Anisimova, his good pal. Rafa took it with philosophy: “I don’t care, I’m right here to play tennis. If it was enjoyable, it’s tremendous. ”last_img read more

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Pam Hunter wins stroke play at Girls Just Wanna Have Fun Golf Tournament

first_imgTAYLOR, B.C. – Lone Wolf Golf Club hosted their “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” Golf Tournament on Saturday.The tournament saw over 100 ladies participate in either stroke play or a two-person scramble.Winners from the tournament are shown below:- Advertisement -Individual Accolades:Closest to the Pin:  Amanda Vega, Deanne Lawson and Nicole Wallace.Longest Drive:  Leslie Wagar and Carol Wolford.Longest Putt:  Mary Czerwinski, Patricia Sagert and Carol Wolford.Stroke Play: Championship Flight: Low Gross – Pam Hunter (91), Low Net -Dorothy Trask.First Flight: Low Gross – Lori Stewart, Low Net – Patricia Sagert.Scramble Play:Advertisement Championship Flight: Jacqueline and Tonnie Trim (80).First Flight: Jeannie Attridge & Helen Boyd.Second Flight: Theresa Mucci-Rogers and Merilyn Spani.Most Scrambled: Brandy Utz and Dawn Gray.Scramble Championship Winners, shooting 80 were the mother/daughter team of Tonnie & Jacqueline Trim. Photo by Lone Wolf Golf Club.Up next for Lone Wolf is the Lone Wolf Classic Men’s Tournament July 21st and 22nd.last_img read more

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Disappearing act from show by Electra

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Carmen Electra has backed out of an engagement to be a special guest star in magician Hans Klok’s new show, “The Beauty of Magic,” at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. The former Aladdin resort on the Las Vegas Strip set a press conference for today to announce the new guest star and explain Electra’s sudden departure from the show, a spokeswoman said. Electra said at a press conference last week she would be with the show for three months. Publicists had hailed it as Electra’s stage debut in Las Vegas and promised “sultry surprises.” Regular performances were to begin May 12. – Associated Press last_img read more

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HAMLET TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE IN DUNLEWEY

first_imgFor one night only, Friday 27th April, at 8 pm, the Cloughaneely Players present Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in Dunlewey Theatre.Set in the Kingdom of Denmark, the play dramatises the revenge Prince Hamlet exacts on his uncle Claudius for his murder. If you have ever been intrigued as to why this play about a Prince of Denmark should be considered (as Carlsberg would have it) “probably the greatest play ever written,” then you now have the opportunity to see it with a ‘Cloughaneely players twist’ in all its gory glory !The play vividly portrays both true and feigned madness – from overwhelming grief to seething rage – and explores themes of treachery, revenge, incest, and moral corruption. Admission: Students €5, Adults €10.pay at door. All proceeds will go to help in the promotion of youth activities in Dunlewey. For more details contact Rein on 0877 825892. HAMLET TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE IN DUNLEWEY was last modified: April 17th, 2012 by StephenShare 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) Tags:DUNLEWEY THEATREHAMLETlast_img read more

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NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL JAILED FOR HIS PART IN CREEPER BURGLARIES

first_imgA lifelong burglar who straddled the border carrying out creeper burglaries was found when Gardai raided a caravan which contained an Aladdin’s cave of stolen goods.Farm labourer Eddie Crerand, 29, embarked on a crime spree across Co Donegal just days after being freed from prison in the North.Letterkenny Circuit Court heard yesterday how Crerand was a “habitual thief’ who had 260 previous convictions in the North including for burglary, theft, assaulting police, threats to kill, handling stolen goods, deception and rioting. He had a dozen convictions in Donegal. The court heard how Gardai raided a caravan in Clonmany after a tip-off.When Gardai arrived at the caravan park in May 2010, they found a stolen Nissan Pathfinder jeep outside.Crerand, 29, managed to flee the scene but inside the caravan Gardai discovered more than €10,000 worth of stolen goods including televisions, tools, computers, a Quad, cash cards and children motorbike.The goods were stolen in up to nine creeper burglaries which had taken place in the previous weeks.The thefts had taken place in Raphoe, Carrigans, Convoy and Donegal Town. A stolen cash card was used in Moville.Eleven months later, in April 2011, gardai were tipped off that Crerand was renting a house in Mountcharles.Detetctive Robin Doyle, backed up by members of the Armed Response Unit, raided the property.Inside they found more items including a hat taken in another creeper burglary in Leitrim and a personalised jacket stolen in Donegal.Crerand again made a run for it but was arrested 150 metres away from the house.Detective Doyle revealed how Crerand had removed an electronic tag after being released for prison in the North before heading across the border to Donegal.“He would be known to us as someone who uses the Border. He will not stop for gardai when we do attempt to stop him.”Judge John O’Hagan said: “It is terrible for any victim to have your house burgled, with strangers going through your possessions. It is like having your house raped.“Whilst he (Crerand) has admitted to possession of stolen property, you can’t have thieves unless there is someone down the line willing to keep stolen items.”Crerand had been interviewed on five occasions at Ballyshannon Garda Station over the space of eight hours but did not make any admissions.He pleaded guilty to the possession offences today. A defence barrister said Crerand had been surrounded by poverty but could show no wealth as a result of his crimes.Judge O’Hagan said that had Crerand been convicted by a jury he would have gone to jail for five years. He sentenced Crerand from Strath Aoibhinn, Stranorlar to three years in prison on each of the possession counts.AT hearing © 2011 donegaldaily.com, all Rights ReservedThe copying, republication or redistribution of donegaldaily.com Content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited by law.Follow us on www.twitter.com/donegaldailyFollow us on www.facebook.com/donegaldailyNOTORIOUS CRIMINAL JAILED FOR HIS PART IN CREEPER BURGLARIES was last modified: February 7th, 2012 by BrendaShare 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) Tags:Carrigansconvoycreeper burglardonegalDonegal TownmovilleRaphoeSt Johnstonlast_img read more

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Jamie Vardy the only doubt as rest of England squad train on Friday

first_imgJamie Vardy is England’s only major injury doubt for Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against Sweden, after the rest of the squad trained on Friday.However, manager Gareth Southgate has admitted he will have to make ‘late decisions’ on the fitness of a few other players after a gruelling last-16 encounter with Colombia. Kieran Trippier also impressed with a good performance against the South Americans 7 Manchester United team-mates Ashley Young and Marcus Rashford lark about in training on Friday Southgate has allayed concerns over the fitness of Alli, Young and Walker, but suggested as many as three players are in question heading into the Sweden match.A win in Samara would take England to their first World Cup semi-final since 1990.Southgate likened the dressing room to a “scene from M*A*S*H*” following England’s punishing shootout triumph against Colombia, after the game ended 1-1 after 120 minutes.“Vardy didn’t train today, so is looking doubtful for this game,” Southgate said on Thursday.“But we’ll know a bit more tomorrow, really. The others were all on the pitch. We didn’t do a lot. England players walk onto the training field in Repino on Friday morning 7 7 Dele Alli also took part in full training after his substitution due to a thigh injury against Colombia 7 Jordan Pickford was the hero for England in the penalty shoot-out in Moscow 7 7 Vardy suffered a groin strain during the penalty shootout victory on Tuesday, a problem that required an injection.The Leicester City striker joined his Three Lions team-mates for a warm up on Friday morning but then split from the main group to take part in his own recovery exercises.The Football Association have confirmed every other member of Gareth Southgate’s squad was fit enough to train on the eve of Saturday’s huge clash against the Swedes.There were big fears over the fitness of key first XI stars Harry Kane (back), Dele Alli (thigh), Ashley Young (ankle) and Kyle Walker (cramp) after a physical battle with Colombia. 7 Captain Harry Kane appeared to be fine after reports he was feeling a back injury after the win over Colombia “I think at this stage, minimal time on the pitch, a lot of our information is going to have to be in meetings.“Because it really is as much about recovery, physical and psychological, as everything else.“The downside of that is we can’t push the players enough today to see whether they’re OK.“So we’ll know more tomorrow. We’ll have to make late decisions.”last_img read more

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Moss has own masking agent

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Which conveniently brings us – not via matters of sex and war this time, but of capitalism – to the NFL. It seems as if the trade of Randy Moss from Minnesota to Oakland, which was supposed to help both teams, has thus far created greater opportunities on the market than on the field. So far, the Moss-less Vikings are already ersatz Super Bowl contenders, speculation is rampant that Coach Mike Tice might not make it to October and quarterback Daunte Culpepper has thrown eight interceptions and no touchdowns in two games. Meanwhile, the Moss-led Raiders sit in precisely the same position: 0-2 and red in the face after back-to-back losses in which they were whistled for 16 penalties against New England, and had two touchdowns nullified by penalties and gifted-wrapped another for Kansas City with a muffed punt. Soon, we might hear the same things being said about Norv Turner as Tice. When the Moss deal went down, it looked to be the perfect marriage: the NFL’s bad boys welcome one of its wayward sons. It didn’t take long to see how this would energize the Raider Nation. Before he even played a game, Moss’ No. 18 jersey was the NFL’s hottest-selling number. Now, for just $49.95, for the Raiders fan who isn’t scaring the neighborhood kids like he used to, and just in time for Halloween – which falls an additional eight times a year in Oakland – there is the Moss Mask. It’s a sullen, scary and very stoned looking mask that comes accompanied with the type of blown-out ‘fro that Moss wore last season. A king-sized bag of Doritos is not included. They became available two weeks ago on therealrandymoss.com. “The mask was Randy’s idea,” said Brian Sibson, a co-owner of Ultimate Pros. “He knew it was going to be something that the Raiders fans would jump all over. It’s something unique, something cool and the market really helped, going into Oakland. The following the Raiders have definitely opened up some opportunities.” The Web site promises to soon have information on Moss’ new line of clothing, his own ring tones and exclusive interviews on something he calls “Moss TV.” “You know last year I tried to get my teammates fired up with my ‘time to go to war’ ‘fro (not to be confused, apparently, with his ‘play when I want to’ ‘fro),” Moss wrote on the Web site. “Lots of fans made comments and asked when I would wear it again. So I thought of an easy way for fans to get ‘the look’ with my new MOSSMASK!” The way it looks, Moss is missing some markets out there. What if all the Vikings’ receivers wore Moss masks? Then maybe defensive coordinators would begin basing their whole game plans around where one of these Mosses lined up. Maybe cornerbacks would start giving the new Mosses huge cushions. Maybe Culpepper might start throwing to a familiar face – his second-leading receiver Sunday was Deltha O’Neal, who caught three passes. Did we mention O’Neal plays cornerback for the Bengals? “Anything could probably help,” Sibson said. Some Moss masks might help in Oakland, too. If the Raiders put five Mosses out in a pass pattern, maybe Kerry Collins would throw it to one of them. Moss caught two touchdown passes Sunday night against Kansas City, one of them disallowed on a dubious pass interference call. But of Collins’ final eight passes on the final two series, when they trailed 23-17, none were to Moss. Ah, but where some see misery and failure, the good capitalist sees opportunity, and in Minnesota and Oakland, where they’re still awaiting the first victory of the season, there are plenty of problems to mask. Elsewhere around the league in Week 2: A most ominous sign for the Patriots is their inability to get Corey Dillon untracked. In two games, against the improved Raiders’ front seven and the Kris Jenkins-less Panthers, he’s been held to 99 yards on 37 carries, a paltry 2.7 yards per carry. Last season, he averaged 4.7 yards per carry and in 19 games including the playoffs, Dillon wasn’t held to fewer than 73 yards. Two of the NFL’s better defenses, the Ravens and Jaguars, have made the Colts look rather un-Colt like the last two weeks. Next up are the Browns, who don’t have any Ed Reeds or Marcus Strouds but they do have Romeo Crennel, whose schemes frustrated Peyton Manning in New England. Houston, Washington, Detroit and Baltimore have a bye next week. Perhaps they can use it to find quarterbacks. David Carr, Mark Brunell/Patrick Ramsey, Joey Harrington and Kyle Boller/Anthony Wright have led them to 77 points this season. After the second-half meltdown by the Chargers, Marty Schottenheimer is now 4-14 in his career in Denver. Another bad sign for the Chargers, as well as the Raiders, Ravens, Texans, Cardinals, Packers and Vikings: 38 of the past 42 teams that began the season 0-2 did not make the playoffs. Billy Witz covers the NFL for the Daily News. He can be reached at (818) 713-3621 or billy.witz@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Ah, capitalism, the emancipator of hope, facilitator of upward mobility and bedrock of this great country of ours (unless you happen to run a corporation or a pro sports franchise in which a little one-way socialism, i.e. government handouts, is part of the bulwark, too). When Karl Marx writes about controlling the means to production, it sounds so industrial, so Rust Belt, so … hard. center_img But really, it’s simple. All it takes is a little ingenuity, an absence of inertia and the ability to marry product with market. If it’s not a lemonade stand on an August afternoon, it may as well be 900-numbers for alienated men or defense contractors for Iraq. last_img read more

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Women’s Tennis Tops Green Bay and Creighton

first_imgDES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University women’s tennis team posted a pair of victories on Saturday at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center as the Bulldogs defeated Green Bay 4-0 before beating Creighton 6-1.The Bulldogs jumped on the Phoenix early, earning a pair of 6-1 victories to win the doubles point.Drake continued its dominance in singles as the Bulldogs won the first set on all six courts and only gave up a combined four games. Mela Jaglarz was the first off the court, winning 6-1, 6-0 at No. 6. Minutes later, Tess Herder finished her strong performance at No. 4, beating Samm Pedersen, 6-1, 6-0 as Mariel Ante clinched the match for the Bulldogs by cruising past Stephanie Londre, 6-0, 6-1.The Bulldogs used a near perfect performance by Ante and Herder at No. 1, winning 6-0, and a strong 7-5 victory by Maddie Johnson and Joely Lomas at No. 2 to secure the doubles point against Creighton.In singles, Ante broke Katherine Nelson’s serve to close out a, 6-1, 6-4, win at No. 2 and gave Drake a 2-0 lead. The Blue Jays made it 2-1 with a win at No. 1, but Johnson put together a straight set victory, 6-4, 6-2, to put Drake ahead 3-1. Herder clinched the match for the Bulldogs with a 6-2, 6-1 victory at No. 4, while Jaglarz and Lomas came away victorious to give Drake the dominating 6-1 win.The Bulldogs will head west next week as they travel to Wyoming on Saturday and Denver on Sunday.Drake 4, Green Bay 0Feb 06, 2016 at Des Moines, Iowa (Roger Knapp Tennis Center) Singles competition1. Ante, Mariel (DU) def. Stephanie Londre (GB) 6-0, 6-12. Brills, Summer (DU) vs. Olivia Headford (GB) 6-0, 4-0, unfinished3. Johnson, Maddie (DU) vs. Chiara Berg (GB) 6-0, 3-0, unfinished4. Herder, Tess (DU) def. Samm Pedersen (GB) 6-1, 6-05. Lomas, Joely (DU) vs. Maria Neff (GB) 6-2, 1-2, unfinished6. Jaglarz, Mela (DU) def. Noel Peck (GB) 6-1, 6-0 Doubles competition1. Ante, Mariel/Herder, Tess (DU) vs. Olivia Headford/Chiara Berg (GB) 4-0, unfinished2. Johnson, Maddie/Lomas, Joely (DU) def. Maria Neff/Stephanie Londre (GB) 6-13. Brills, Summer/Jaglarz, Mela (DU) def. Samm Pedersen/Noel Peck (GB) 6-1 Match NotesGreen Bay 0-2Drake 3-2Order of finish: Doubles (3,2); Singles (6,4,1) Drake 6, Creighton 1Feb 06, 2016 at Des Moines, Iowa (Roger Knapp Center) Singles competition1. Ashley Ishimura (CU) def. Brills, Summer (DU) 6-2, 6-32. Ante, Mariel (DU) def. Katherine Nelsen (CU) 6-1, 6-43. Johnson, Maddie (DU) def. Darby Rosette (CU) 6-4, 6-24. Herder, Tess (DU) def. Claire Embree (CU) 6-2, 6-15. Lomas, Joely (DU) def. Sam Anderson (CU) 7-5, 7-6 (9-7)6. Jaglarz, Mela (DU) def. Ashley Monaco (CU) 7-5, 6-2 Doubles competition1. Ante, Mariel/Herder, Tess (DU) def. Darby Rosette/Ashley Ishimura (CU) 6-02. Johnson, Maddie/Lomas, Joely (DU) def. Claire Embree/Sam Anderson (CU) 7-53. Brills, Summer/Jaglarz, Mela (DU) vs. Karlin Naslund/Katherine Nelsen (CU) 6-6 (2-1), unfinished Match NotesOrder of finish: Doubles (1,2); Singles (2,1,3,4,6,5)   Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Men’s Tennis Blanks Nebraska, 7-0

first_img 1. Gillespie, Vinny (DU) def. Bednarczyk, Dylan (NEB) 6-1, 6-0 The Bulldogs swept doubles to take an early 1-0 lead. Calum MacGeoch and Ben Wood rolled past Toby Boyer and Jon Meyer, 6-2 at No. 3 double. After falling behind early, 2-0, Vinny Gillespie and Tom Hands went on to win six of the next seven games to secure the doubles point, 6-3, at No. 2. Bayo Philips and Barny Thorold completed the sweep with a 6-3 win at No. 1. 4. Thorold, Barnaby (DU) def. Klousia, Micah (NEB) 6-2, 4-6, 1-0 (11-9) MacGeoch earned the match clinching point with a 6-2, 7-6(5) win over Toby Boyer at No. 2. 2. Gillespie, Vinny/Hands, Tom (DU) def. Klousia, Micah/Samardzija, David (NEB) 6-3 3. Hands, Tom (DU) def. Antoljak, Tomislav (NEB) 6-4, 4-6, 7-5 Drake 7, Nebraska 0March 22, 2017 at Des Moines, Iowa (Roger Knapp Tennis Center)  1. Philips, Bayo/Thorold, Barnaby (DU) def. Bednarczyk, Dylan/Dean, Chris (NEB) 6-4 Drake continued to roll in singles as the Bulldogs won the first set on all six courts. Gillespie put together a near perfect performance as he cruised past Dylan Badnarczyk, 6-1, 6-0 at No. 1 singles. Wood put Drake up 3-0 with an impressive 6-4, 6-0 win over David Samardzija at No. 5. 6. Philips, Bayo (DU) def. Dean, Chris (NEB) 6-3, 7-5 Match Notes 2. MacGeoch, Calum (DU) def. Boyer, Toby (NEB) 6-2, 7-6 (7-5) 3. MacGeoch, Calum/Wood, Ben (DU) def. Boyer, Toby/Meyer, Jon (NEB) 6-2 Philips won in straight sets at No. 6, while Thorold and Hand won in three sets at No. 4 and No. 3, respectively to close out the 7-0 sweep. Drake travels to No. 18 Cornell on Saturday to close out the week. Singles competition DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s tennis team got up early and never let up to sweep Nebraska 7-0 on Wednesday night at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center.  Print Friendly Version Doubles competition Order of finish: Doubles (3,2,1); Singles (1,5,2,6,4,3) 5. Wood, Ben (DU) def. Samardzija, David (NEB) 6-4, 6-0last_img read more

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