Track and field takes home four gold in Austin

first_imgMaya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Linkedin + posts Track and Field: Senior breaks another school record Courtesy of GoFrogs.com Maya Bulger is a junior at Texas Christian University from Detroit, Michigan. Maya is pursuing a major in journalism and a minor in business. In her spare time she loves to watch sports, workout, read, hike, travel and bake. Twitter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Previous articleTCU overwhelms Texas Tech, claims wins Big 12 tournamentNext articleOne long dinner table spans Campus Commons for Frogs Family Dinner Maya Bulger RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Facebook Facebook Maya Bulger Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Two teams added to ‘Meet The Frogs’ Get to know the TCU admission counselors Maya Bulgerhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/maya-bulger/ Twitter printThe Horned Frogs recorded four first-place finishes this weekend at the Longhorn Invitational.Running EventsSophomore Brenley Goertzen recorded her third 1500-kilometer race win of the season behind a time of 4:30 and junior Anna Cozart placed third with a time of 4:44.94.Junior Jalen Miller, sophomore Darrion Flowers and senior Raymond Bozmans swept the men’s 100-meter dash. Miller placed first with a time of 10.25, Flowers placed second clocking in at 10.26 and Bozmans placed third with a time of 10.43.Junior Tiffany Terry took home her second gold of the season in the women’s 800-meter race with a time of 2:12.59.In the women’s 3000 kilometer-race, sophomore Nicole Hicks placed second with a time of 10:08.28, sophomore Kirsten Johnston followed behind in third with a time of 10:19.59, freshman Lindsay Tomaini placed fifth clocking in at 10:34.19 and sophomore Molly Hamel placed seventh behind a time of 10:41.35.Freshman Derrick Mokaleng placed second in the men’s 400-meter race with a time of 46.42, junior Kevin McClanahan placed sixth with a time of 47.25 and freshman Jostyn Andrews followed behind in seventh with a time of 47.90. Junior Sabrina Moore recorded the top collegiate time in the women’s 100-dash with a time of 11.41 and junior Briona Oliver placed eighth with a time of 11.65.Senior Judy Emeodi placed seventh in the women’s 100-meter dash with a time of 11.64 and placed fifth in the women’s 200-meter dash with a time of 23.70. Sophomore Kayla Heard followed behind in third with a time of 24.09.Sophomore Lexi Aitken placed fifth in the women’s 400-meter hurdles with a time of 1:00.13 and eighth in the women’s 100-meter hurdles behind a time of 13.42.Field EventsIn the hammer throw, sophomore Fellan McGuigan placed third recording a mark of 208 feet 9 inches (63.63 meters) and sophomore Justin Sanchez placed eighth with a distance of 187 feet 2 inches (57.06 meters). For the women, junior Paola Miranda placed seventh behind a mark of 189 feet 10 inches (57.86 meters).Freshman Isaiah Rogers placed fourth in the men’s shot put behind a throw of 58 feet 3.25 inches (17.76 meters).Freshman Ryan Camp placed sixth in the men’s discus with a mark of 168 feet 6 inches (51.36 meters).For the jumps, senior Ryan Finnie placed fourth in the men’s triple jump recording a distance of 46 feet 5.5 inches (14.16 meters) and Oliver jumped to a mark of 19 feet 4.75 inches (5.91 meters) placing eighth in the women’s long jump.Overall, the women’s team finished in third place with 88 points and the men’s team placed fourth with 67 points.Next UpThe Frogs are set to compete at the Big 12 Outdoor Track & Field Championships on May 12-14. Linkedin ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Early action option removed from admission process Welcome TCU Class of 2025last_img read more

California Sets Zero Bail for Many Offenses

first_img Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * California’s Judicial Council has begun moving toward setting bail at zero for most misdemeanor and lower-level felonies in an attempt to limit the spread of the coronavirus in jails statewide by reducing the number of inmates.During a meeting by teleconference, the council Monday approved 11 temporary emergency rules designed to ensure public safety in the courts and jails while preserving civil rights. The rules, which take effect immediately, also allow local courts to set up remote hearings via teleconference technology and for counsel to appear on behalf of defendants in pretrial proceedings — as part of a bid to limit the number of people in courtrooms.The council also adopted rules to prioritize juvenile proceedings and extend the statute of limitations for civil proceedings.Two other changes allow electronic depositions in civil cases and extend time frames for certain temporary restraining orders.As Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye opened the session, she said the group was working swiftly, but deliberately.“(We are) trying our best to preserve rights and ultimately preserve lives,” Cantil-Sakauye said. “We are at this point truly with no guidance in either history, law or precedent.”The council’s first vote was to suspend foreclosures and evictions statewide, as a way to reinforce Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order to delay such actions against California renters and homeowners.All the rules came at the request of Cantil-Sakauye, the council chair, and by recommendation of the chairs of six internal committees.“The Judicial Council should take these temporary actions in order to protect the health and safety of the public, court employees, attorneys, litigants, and judicial officers, as well as staff and inmates in detention facilities, and law enforcement during the state of emergency related to the COVID-19 pandemic,” Cantil-Sakauye stated in her request.More than 100 comments on the proposals were received from judges, public defenders, prosecutors, law enforcement, unions and members of the news media.Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey praised the move to reduce bail statewide, noting that Los Angeles County implemented a similar measure last week.“I applaud the chief justice and the Judicial Council for adopting a statewide zero bail for people charged with most misdemeanors and low-level felonies,” Lacey said.“In Los Angeles County, we implemented a zero-bail measure last week that allows us to further reduce the number of people in county jails and courthouses. I appreciate the collaboration among criminal justice leaders in Los Angeles County that has resulted in the rapid deployment of new and innovative approaches as we work to try to stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community.”Former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon, who will face Lacey in a runoff in November, said the virus has accomplished what criminal justice advocates and research studies could not.“The novel coronavirus has forced our system of justice to confront a not-so-novel question, one that largely defined the criminal justice reform movement even prior to the pandemic: Does keeping huge numbers of people in- custody on small-time offenses pose a greater threat to us all than letting them out?” Gascon asked.“This virus does not care if you’re a prosecutor, victim or a defendant. Innocent or guilty, this virus can still kill you.”The president of the Los Angeles County Public Defender Union, Nikhil Ramnaney, called the change to bail schedules statewide an important step. But he also noted that it applies only to new cases.“It still leaves thousands of people in local custody throughout the state who were arrested and had bail set prior to the amendment,” Ramnaney said. “We need to make sure that these people — charged with identical offenses and who do not pose any risk to public safety — are expedited for release. We believe that cash bail is clearly discriminatory against indigent persons and these discriminatory effects have been especially demonstrated during the emergency.”Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said the council should have allowed pretrial services professionals to do a risk assessment on some zero-bail cases, because some of the defendants may have prior strikes.“They didn’t do any risk assessment here,” Spitzer said. “They should use detention release staff to look at the dangerousness (of some defendants). I think that’s very shortsighted.”This was the second emergency meeting of the Judicial Council in response to the coronavirus outbreak.Even before the earlier meeting, Cantil-Sakauye took action on March 23 to suspend all jury trials in California’s superior courts for 60 days to allow courts to immediately adopt new rules to address the impact of the COVID- 19 pandemic.Also on March 23, Los Angeles County Superior Court Presiding Judge Kevin C. Brazile signed an order restricting access to all Los Angeles County courthouses to judges, commissioners, court staff and authorized people — including members of the media — until further notice, while also mandating social distancing of at least 6 feet.Two days later, Los Angeles-based unions representing prosecutors, public defenders and city attorneys called for a complete closure of local courts, claiming the mandate was not being followed and blasting the superior court’s failure to accommodate appearances by phone and video conference. Make a comment Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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Frewsburg Woman Hurt In Crash

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Stock Image.FREWSBURG – A Village of Frewsburg woman was injured following a crash over the weekend on West Main Street in Frewsburg.The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office says that Maddison Howrd, 23, was traveling eastbound on Main Street when she lost control of the vehicle and struck a utility pole just before 11:30 p.m. Sunday.Howard was transported to UMPC Chautauqua Hospital in Jamestown via Frewsburg Ambulance for evaluation of apparent minor injuries.Deputies say charges are pending in the case. last_img

House Rules contestants sell Brisbane home after $200k reno

first_imgBen and Danielle Edgeworth were runners up in the TV series, House Rules. Picture: Tara Croser.THE Brisbane home of House Rules runners up Ben and Danielle Edgeworth has fetched more than double what the reality stars paid for it.The four-bedroom, two-bathroom property at 18 David Street was a runner-up on the 2015 series of the show and has just sold for $1.0825 million. Ben and Danielle Edgeworth have just sold their home in Morningside. Picture: Tara Croser.The house rules were simple — they wanted it styled “preppy eclectic” and with a mix of old and new pieces. The entry was to be quiet but showy, while they wanted to maintain a hint of “ski chalet” in the living room. The kitchen in the house at 18 David St, Morningside.And they wanted a dressing room “to die for”.Records show the couple paid $482,000 for the tired, brick house in 2011, but invested another $200,000 to revamp the floorplan after the show finished as they were unhappy with the end result.T More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus10 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market10 hours agoOne of the bathrooms in the house at 18 David St, Morningside.he had put it on the market with a price guide of between $1.075 million and $1.15 million.The couple is already on to another project, having bought a fixer-upper in the sought-after suburb of Bulimba for $820,000 in October.They also own another house in Morningside, which they paid $610,000 for in 2016. Inside the renovated home at 18 David St, Morningside.last_img read more

LVG: United could have won title

first_img As he watched the matches at his grand Cheshire home, all he felt was envy. United, of course, are not in the competition this season after their seventh-placed finish under David Moyes last term. But Van Gaal hopes to be dining at the top table again next year. “Of course I miss it,” he said. “When I look to the matches this week also, great matches and also sometimes disappointing because the level was not always high and the difference between the teams was very high, I believe, so I miss it very much. “I hope we shall achieve our goal for the season and play next season in the Champions League but we still have 15 points to fight for. It is not done yet.” The squad will heed Van Gaal’s warning about complacency. But given that United are eight points clear of fifth-placed Liverpool with five matches to go, it would take some collapse for the Red Devils to slip into the Europa League places. The Dutchman has already started scouting players for next season. He has also taken comfort from the fact that some of his signings from last summer have started to find form. Daley Blind and Ander Herrera are playing their best football of the season and against Chelsea Luke Shaw looked like the young left-back who shone so brightly for Southampton last season. Shaw has not had the best of seasons since joining United from Saints for £28million, but Van Gaal is convinced the 19-year-old will grow into a man and excel next season. “I believe in Shaw so for me it isn’t a surprise he played very well against Chelsea and I am very happy for him,” Van Gaal said. “It is of course the first season for a 19-year-old boy because he is still a boy and he is growing and maybe next year he is an adult in the pitch and I hope so.” Van Gaal still has a number of players missing for Sunday’s game at Everton. Defenders Phil Jones (ankle), Marcos Rojo (adductor) and Rafael (rib) are out and midfielder Michael Carrick (calf) is also unavailable. Centre-back Jonny Evans returns from suspension, but there are doubts over midfield duo Daley Blind (ankle) and Adnan Januzaj (ankle). Press Association Louis van Gaal thinks Manchester United may well have won the Barclays Premier League this year had it not been for their wretched start to the campaign. Table toppers Chelsea stretched their lead over third-placed United to 11 points last weekend with a 1-0 victory over the Red Devils at Stamford Bridge. Eden Hazard grabbed all three points for the Blues with a 38th-minute winner, but in truth there was little between the two teams and Van Gaal is already plotting to overthrow the champions elect next season. He admits he may not have had to wait that long before getting his hands on the top prize, though. Had it not been for a poor run of three wins in their opening 10 games, Van Gaal thinks it could have been United running away with the title in April, rather than Chelsea. “Yes, we had a very bad start,” the United manager told MUTV when asked if he wondered what might have been this season. “I have already explained that after several matches why so I don’t have to repeat myself but if we had started well, we could have been the champions.” With Chelsea now two victories away from opening up an unassailable lead, Van Gaal has already admitted defeat in the title race. His focus is now on qualifying for the Champions League. The world’s top club competition returned with a bang this week. Bayern Munich thrashed FC Porto 6-1 to set up a semi-final against Barcelona and Real Madrid edged a tense battle against their neighbours Atletico thanks to Javier Hernandez’s 88th minute winner. But while the rest of the football-loving public gasped and shrieked at a week of enjoyable continental football, Van Gaal did not enjoy it anywhere near as much. last_img read more

ICC World Cup Mayank Agarwal approved by ICC as replacement for Vijay Shankar in India cricket team World Cup squad

first_imghighlights For all the Latest Sports News News, ICC World Cup News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Vijay Shankar sustained a toe injury.India lost to England by 31 runs in Edgbaston.India need only one win to reach 2019 World Cup semifinal.center_img New Delhi: Mayank Agarwal has been appproved as a replacement for Vijay Shankar in the Indian cricket team squad for 2019 World Cup by the International Cricket Council. The replacement of a player requires the approval of the Event Technical Committee before the replacement player can be officially added to the squad. The Event Technical Committee of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 consists of Geoff Allardice (ICC, ETC chairman), Campbell Jamieson (ICC representative), Steve Elworthy (CWC representative), Alan Fordham (host representative), Harsha Bhogle and Kumar Sangakkara (both independent representatives).Shankar was ruled out of ICC World Cup 2019 after sustaining a toe injury prior to the encounter against England at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Agarwal is considered as a good bet to play in his first World Cup game during the clash against Bangladesh. Agarwal blasted 442 runs at an average of 88.42 in six games with three centuries.The Tamil Nadu all-rounder featured in three games for India and managed to score 58 runs at an average of 29. He also scalped two important wickets against the arch-rivals Pakistan at Old Trafford in Manchester. His contribution on and off the field will certainly be missed by India. Mayank Agarwal, on the other hand, will be playing his first ICC 50-over tournament and will look to utilize his Indian Premier League (IPL) form in the games to come. However, with the playing XI looking settled, it looks highly unlikely that Mayank Agarwal will feature in the games to come.In press statement released by BCCI said, “Vijay Shankar sustained a non displaced fracture of the left big toe, which will require a minimum of three weeks to heal. The injury rules him out of the ongoing World Cup. The Indian team management has requested the ICC to consider Mayank Agarwal as his replacement.”Earlier in the tournament, Shikhar Dhawan was ruled out of the World Cup after sustaining a thumb injury. The wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who featured in five one-day Internationals for India, replaced him into the side and also played his first World Cup game against England. Meanwhile, India will play their next game against Bangladesh at the Edgbaston in Birmingham. The Indian team is currently placed at the second position with 11 points and need one win in their remaining two games to secure a semi-final berth.last_img read more

Canada defeats host Iroquois Nationals to win WILC for 4th straight time

first_imgThe Iroquois posed for the photo they didn’t want to take. They were the second group of players to accept medals — not the third, which receives gold.Once each player had the silver medal dangling from his neck, the Iroquois huddled on the field one last time and then saluted the home fans.“With this Iroqouis team, we knew we were going to have our hands full,” Canadian head coach Eddie Comeau said.Though it wasn’t always a guarantee, the Canadians finished the game powerfully and were celebrating another title just a few feet away. Family members flooded the field and wives and children took photos with the champions.When the Canadians took a team photo with the trophy, one player yelled, “Get those 1’s up,” a reference to where his team stands in international indoor lacrosse. Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 27, 2015 at 9:37 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Evans later stood next to the table where the championship trophy was handed out. He held his MVP plaque in his right hand and, as the Onondaga Nation Faithkeeper Oren Lyons gave a speech, two of his children were by his side.His wife, who was holding their third child, was in the middle of a scrum of photographers. The four of them made the five-hour drive on Saturday to see Shawn in the championship game. Wearing red Toms shoes and a Shawn Evans jersey-style T-shirt, his wife looked over at him. The two made eye contact and exchanged a mutual smile.“It was something special,” Evans said of having his family there.The motto of the WILC was “Lacrosse is home,” since an indigenous nation hosted an international sporting event for the first time.As Canada received their gold medals for the fourth time, “I’m coming home,” by Diddy played over the Carrier Dome loudspeakers.While the game might’ve come home, the gold medal stayed home. Comments Angus Goodleaf stood still 5 yards in front of the Iroquois net staring across the field. His right elbow sat on the butt end of his stick, which was firmly planted into the AstroTurf.The Iroquois goalie had just allowed the nail-in-the-coffin goal to Canada’s Shawn Evans, the eventual tournament MVP. Trailing by three goals with three minutes to play, the longed Iroquois comeback seemed as unrealistic as ever after being within one just minutes earlier.“They were just a little bit better,” Iroquois head coach Rick Kilgour said. “… If we could have tied it up, who knows? But I guess that’s what losers always say.”The Canadians’ unbeaten streak at the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship continued in the gold medal game with a 12-8 win over the Iroquois Nationals on Sunday in the Carrier Dome. For the fourth straight time since the inception of the WILC, Canada won gold and the Iroquois Nationals took silver.After Lyle Thompson brought the Nationals within just one goal at 8-7 early in the fourth quarter, Canada went on a 4-1 run to ice the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We knew we had to worry about what’s next and not worry about what just happened,” said Canada’s Curtis Dickson, who scored four goals. “We’ve been great all tournament at bouncing back.”Lyle Thompson and his brother Miles Thompson were limited to just one goal apiece. Kilgour said his team jokes that they’re like the Beatles because they attract so much attention from fans, but they also were the focus of Canada’s defense. They were forced to take shots on the run and had limited time and space to shoot.As Canada pulled away in the fourth quarter, its fans in Section 114 grew louder as the lead continued to increase. They were outnumbered by fans of the Iroquois, the host nation, but the red and white flags flew more and more frequently.Iroquois’ Randy Staats said his team wasn’t deflated as it focused more on just getting the next goal.The problem was that in the fourth quarter, it was Canada scoring the next goal.“Someday, we’re gonna get one more than those guys,” Kilgour said.As the Iroquois waited for the medal ceremony, players stood motionless on the field, many with watery eyes. Lyle Thompson spoke with a team staff member as his chinstrap dangled from the left side of his helmet, which was still on his head. Jeff Shattler stared stonefaced into the crowd and didn’t change his facial expression for several minutes.Logan Reidsma | Photo Editorlast_img read more

Senegal v Algeria: kick-off time, team news, head-to-head, form and more

first_imgThe final of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations is almost here as the magnificent tournament finally draws to a close in Egypt, with Senegal and Algeria emerging as the two finalists.Both of these sides are worthy finalists, having produced strong displays throughout the tournament and each coming through tough semi-final clashes in dramatic fashion.Algeria may have edged their group meeting with a solitary goal, but it was a tight encounter with both teams enjoying 50 per cent possession and each managing just two shots on target.With the trophy on the line on Friday night we should expect a similarly contested game, and backing the match to go to extra time appeals.READ ALSO:  A fifth “All-African Coaches” AFCON finalWhat’s kickoff time? The match is scheduled to start at 19:00 GMT at Cairo International Stadium on Friday. What is the form of Senegal in comparison to Algeria?Algeria’s quarter-final tie was won on penalties, while only a 95th-minute wonder strike from Riyad Mahrez prevented their semi-final against Nigeria from going on for at least another half an hour.Photo: Riyad Mahrez celebrates last-gasp winner against Nigeria. Senegal were taken to extra time in their semi-final against another stubborn North African side in Tunisia, and there should be plenty of interest in backing a close game.Team news: Who is available, injured or suspended? Senegal will be without key centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly for the final. The Napoli defender picked up a second yellow card in three matches during the semi-final and he will now serve a suspension.Photo: Kalidou Koulibaly What is the head to head record of Senegal vs Algeria? Senegal and Algeria have faced each other 22 times and it’s the Desert Foxes who have the superior record winning 13 and only losing four. With four wins from their last five over Senegal, including the 1-0 win in the group stages, Djamel Belmadi’s side may feel the more confident of the two going into the final.Predicted Lineups”‹Senegal: Gomis –  Gassama, Sabaly, Koulibaly, Kouyate –  Sarr, Mane, Gueye, Ndiaye, Saviet – Niang ”‹Algeria: ”‹Mbolhi –  Zeffane, Bensebaini, Mandi, Benlamri –  Mahrez, Belaili, Geudioura, Feghouli, Bennacer –  Bounedjah— Follow all the tournament games with #JoyAFCON. There’s live radio commentary on Joy 99.7FM, post-match programs on Joy FM, JoyNews TV (available via MultiTV Digibox and on DStv channel 421), Joy Prime (on DStv 281), analysis shows, and fanzones. Follow complete social media coverage on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with @JoySportsGH.last_img read more