Elliott will be in the final group to tee off on Wednesday at 10:04 on hole No. 1, joining Spencer Ralston of Georgia and Rice’s Mario Carmona. Texas A&M’s Chandler Phillips and Brandon Smith are tied atop the leaderboard, both at 8-under par, while Braden Thornberry of Ole Miss, and Doc Redman and Turk Pettit follow all at 7-under. Elliott, a Texas native from Liberty Hills which is 100 miles from Bryan, is currently the top individual on the leaderboard that’s not associated with one of the top five teams, meaning if he stays ahead of those individuals that are not on one of the top five teams, he’ll become the first Cowboy golfer to advance to play in the NCAA Championships. At 6-under par for the tournament, Elliott is two strokes ahead of Rice’s Mitchell Meissner who is also playing as an individual. The next closest individual not a member of the top five which is currently Texas A&M, Clemson, Baylor, UCLA, and Ole Miss, is Kentucky golfer Chip McDaniel who is 1-under for the tournament. BRYAN, Texas – Blake Elliott had another productive day for the second round of the NCAA Men’s Golf Bryan Regional as the Cowboy junior shot a 4-under par 68 and will head into Wednesday’s final round in a tie for sixth place at 6-under par through 36 holes and just two strokes off the lead. The penalty was a touchy one. The ball moved in its lie and then he hit it, which is a stroke, and because he didn’t replace the lie, he was hit with a second penalty. So instead of getting a birdie 3 on the hole, he scored a bogey 5. Had no penalty been allocated, he would be sitting in a tie for first place on the individual leaderboard. The Aggies and Clemson are in a battle for the top spot – Texas A&M at minus-18 while Clemson is at 17-under par. Baylor is third on the team leaderboard at minus-6, followed by UCLA at even-par and Ole Miss at 3-over. Elliott played near-flawless golf on Tuesday, sinking six birdies and only two bogeys. He was 5-under for the round before he was hit with a two-stroke penalty on the par 4 17th hole to finish with a bogey 5. He rebounded with a par on the final hole to close with a 68. Elliott is tied with Baylor’s Cooper Dossey at minus-6.
Beyond the classroom and basketball, Johnson volunteers with the following organizations: K-9 Angels Rescue, Houston Food Bank, and Hurricane Harvey Relief (2017). She servs as an HBU Tutor at the Academic Success Center and as an HBU Teacher’s Assistant. Johnson coaches at the HBU Basketball Free Kid’s Clinics and Women’s Basketball Elite Camps, and is a member of HBU Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the HBU Catholic Student Association. Heading into the final weekend of regular-season play, King has appeared in 19 games for the Cowboys, recording an ERA of 3.30.Johnson and King were chosen from more than 15 soon-to-graduate or already graduated student-athletes. Applicants must have at least a 3.75 GPA and have lettered at least two seasons at the nominating institution. Each recipient must enroll in a full-time graduate program within one year of receiving the award. Johnson made the Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll for three straight years (with the 2019 announcement set for June), was an All-Conference Third Team selection (2017-18) and is a two-time HBU Varsity Athlete of the year (2016-17 and 2017-18). Johnson has made the Houston Baptist Dean’s List every semester since the fall of 2015. Additionally, she is a member of the Alpha Chi, Sigma Pi, and Chi Alpha Sigma National Honor Societies. On the court, the guard ranked 11th in NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball for 3-point shooting percentage (43.3), a figure that led the Southland in 2018-19. In her career, she amassed more than 1,000 career points. In 2017-18, she served as the Southland Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) team representative. In addition to her academic all-America recognition, Johnson’s honors this year include: CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team; Southland Conference All-Academic First Team; and All-Conference Honorable Mention. The senior is also involved with his athletic department’s Student Advisory Committee and the baseball team’s leadership council. She plans to attend Johns Hopkins University to obtain her PhD in Cross-Disciplinary Biomedical Science. The F.L. McDonald Scholarship is the league’s ultimate academic honor for graduating student-athletes. The award is presented annually to one female and one male student-athlete and is selected by the Southland Conference Faculty Athletic Representative Committee. The $5,000 scholarship must be applied to graduate study at an institution of the recipient’s choice. He participates as a leader for Team IMPACT, a nonprofit organization that connects children with serious and chronic illness to collegiate athletic teams. Bryan King, McNeese King, a senior from Parker, Colo. (Ponderosa High School), boasts a 4.0 GPA while majoring in natural resource conservation. The left-handed pitcher is expected to pick up his fourth varsity letter following the current baseball season before returning to his home state to attend the University of Denver for graduate school in order to “engage conservation plans for current and future generations,” as he states. The award was established in 1996 in memory of Dr. F.L. McDonald, a former president of Lamar University and 1999 Southland Hall of Honor inductee. McDonald was serving as Lamar’s president in 1963 when the Southland Conference was established. He is considered one of the league’s founding fathers. He is a 2019 CoSIDA Academic All-District selection. King’s campus involvement includes membership in the National Honor Society of Leadership and Success and the McNeese Chapter of Ducks Unlimited. King volunteers at St. John Elementary in Lake Charles, reading and mentoring students. FRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference announced the two student-athletes receiving the 2019 F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarships: Houston Baptist women’s basketball player Amanda Johnson and McNeese baseball player Bryan King. Commissioner Tom Burnett made the announcement Thursday. Johnson and King will be recognized Tuesday at the annual Southland Honors Dinner and Ceremony at the Westin Stonebriar Hotel in Frisco. Amanda Johnson, Houston BaptistJohnson, a senior basketball player from Georgetown, Texas (Georgetown High School), is a biology major and physics minor with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. The two-time team captain is a CoSIDA Academic All-America Second Team selection.
JOSE MOURINHO claimed the end of the North London derby was like a “heart attack”.The former Chelsea manager, 56, admitted he did not want the game to end as Arsenal fought back to snatch a point from Tottenham.2 Jose Mourinho claimed both teams were out of control in the North London derbyCredit: Sky SportsChristian Eriksen and Harry Kane gave Spurs a two-goal lead at the Emirates before Alexandre Lacazette pulled one back before half-time.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored the equaliser in the 71st minute before Harry Kane saw a penalty claim waved away in stoppage time.After the match, pundit Mourinho said: “[It was] funny, emotional and good to watch. I think everyone has the same feeling as me.”There were some principles of play that were incredible to watch at this level. Everyone at home enjoyed that. I didn’t want the game to finish.”A heart-attack [for the managers]. For the last 10-15 minutes of the game there was 80 metres between the two defensive lines.”Lots of space to play. It was incredible, the game was out of control. If one of the two teams had more brains and sense they could have won it.”2ACCA WITH LADBROKES Pick up a whole load of acca features to help you land the big oneLATEST ARSENAL NEWS Live BlogGunners newsArsenal news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesCONT ME OUTArsenal’s Lacazette ‘not interested’ in joining Inter as Martinez’s replacementGossipINTERESTED PARTEYArsenal ‘most interested’ in Thomas Partey but coronavirus delays talksGUNNER GOLuiz ‘has to go’, Saliba ‘a concern’ and Mustafi not at right ‘level’, says KeownAT YOUR BOC AND CALLTorreira reveals ‘dream and desire’ to one day play for Boca JuniorsWRIGHTY’S OUTRAGEIan Wright says video of George Floyd’s death in US left him ‘drained’HOMECOMINGDavid Luiz confirms Benfica talks with Arsenal contract set to expire in JuneGossipBERN IT UPMan Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea on alert after Bernardeschi reveals Prem plansPAIN IN THE ASSEArsenal lose out on starlet Aouchiche as he takes Saint-Etienne medicalLEW BEAUTYTeenage winger George Lewis, 19, signs Arsenal contract after successful trialBut not everyone involved was happy with how the clash at the Emirates ended.Aubameyang said: “After those two goals we started to push a lot, Laca scored the first and we had chances in the second half. We had spaces to score but we didn’t.”As I always said, I like to play striker but when the teams needs me I’ll play on the wing and try my best.”Tottenham boss Pochettino denies ‘stupid rumours’ he is going to quit after Arsenal clash
These include the police, security, Games Organising Committee staff and volunteers, PNGRFL officers, visiting Magpies, match officials, Queensland Rugby League, corporates and the media.The Intrust Super Cup Round 14 game took place on the weekend at the newly rebuilt Sir John Guise stadium and was doubled up as a test event for the Pacific Games next month.A statement released by PNGRFL said the chairman Sandis Tsaka and interim CEO Shane Morris were grateful that everyone involved in ensuring the success of the night had put in a great team effort.Tsaka thanked the Government for the world class facility that will also be used for the Games, giving the people of PNG the opportunity to take our sports to another level.
President of Lalokau FM Hawks, Dadi Toak Jnr says the new partnership between the club and its sponsors was timely as the club is now working towards an administration with good governance, transparency and professional players, officials and club culture.Vice president William Skate Jnr added that foundations of the club are solid and believes that the Hawks can produce more for rugby league in the PNG. He says we have a good mixture of young and experienced players that not only come from Hanuabada Village but from Pari, Baruni, Tatana as well as Porebada.Dean Templeman from Tura Sports, upon presenting the players’ uniform, said Tura Sports is a local company and is keen on giving back to the community and that the best way to do it is by supporting a club with a long history of rugby league that has a wonderful community supporter base.“Tura means friend in Motu language and we will form a successful and long term relationship with Lalokau FM Hawks”, Templeman says.This is the first time Lalokau FM has been involved with a club in Port Moresby Rugby League.The new sponsorship package for the club is estimated at over K45,000 in value. Tura Sports will sponsor in kind and Lalokau FM will sponsor in cash and in live radio broadcast of the Lalokau FM Hawks matches this season.
Minoga was taken off the bench 18 minutes to half time when the score was 6-4.He scored a late try four minutes to half time to put his team in front, 10-6, after a successful conversion. The first 15 minutes was tough for both teams as they struggled to score.Adam Korave made the breakthrough for Hunters, scoring 17 minutes into the game to put Hunters in front 6-0 after a successful conversion from captain Noel Zeming.It was a physical game with hard tackles. Blackhawks fought hard and scored their first try 6-4 through Rhyse Martin seven minutes to half time.Minoga’s try was the second for Blackhawks, extending their score to lead 10-6 at half time.Second half is now underway….
The Atleti, unknown in this start garter beltHe showed his best game against Barça again, although it was more voluntary than effective. It goes without saying that the box culé has the goalkeeper who has scored less goals in this League. It is precisely in this line that this Atleti has improved the most, whose players presented a great physical delivery. All defended one. A pure rojiblanco DNA technique, with which Dani González intends to get out of the crisis to face the best face most decisive stretch of this season (Super Cup, Cup and Champions).The new coach confessed to having as great challenges to improve the individual level of the players and normalize the situation (third coach). It should be noted that Pablo López left very bad feelings in the dressing room. The players did not finish fitting with their ideas and the bad results led to a distance with Barça of nine points in the classification. The Barca advantage remains, but Atleti believes again … “We are again the Atleti and we want to compete everything,” said the rojiblanca player Laia Aleixandri after drawing in the Classic (0-0). The defense expressed with its words a generalized attitude in the locker room after the arrival Dani Gonzalez, A man of the house who does not have experience in this category. Despite this, the new technician, which came as a substitute for Pablo Lopez last week, has cheered up of a very touched team. The rojiblancas went from 6-1 in the Johan Cruyff to a meritorious 0-0 against the team with more gunpowder and goal in this category. “He knows the values of Atleti very well. He wants us to recover the claw and the fight”, said lead coach Charlyn.
After not being summoned by Zidane in four of the last five games of the first team (the last four in a row), Rodrygo returns to a Castilla that still aspires to playoff. The white subsidiary is six points from the fourth position, which occupies the Peña Deportiva. The Brazilian only played two games under Raul before breaking into the first team to stay. It was there for the month of September, on the fourth day against Langreo (0-0) and on the sixth against Rayo Majadahonda (3-1). Both in a Di Stéfano that this Sunday will be able to follow his evolutions and those of the newcomer Reinier.The regulations allow Rodrygo to return to Castilla despite having played 12 league games with the first team. The paulista is registered with Raúl’s team, since at the beginning of the season there were no chips available in the first team and, despite Odriozola’s departure in the winter market, the club has not modified his situation. Being a dependent team (that is the term used by the General Regulation), you can act with the first team and with Castilla without any limitation until you play with both the same day. This Sunday will carry the eleven of Castilla behind.Call of Castilla for the match against SanseGoalkeepers: Altube and Toni Fuidias.Defenses: Fran García, Chust, Guillem, Javi Hernández and Gila.Midfielders: Martín, Ayoub, Fidalgo, Bravo, Blanco, Baeza, Reinier and Arribas.Forwards: Marc Gual, Rodrygo and Pablo. Rodrygo returns to Castilla. Almost five months later, Raúl has called the player again to play with the Real Madrid subsidiary. The Brazilian will play Cicerone of his countryman Reinier, who will debut with the white shirt in this Sunday’s game (17:00, Real Madrid TV) against the Sanse colista.
Thomas at home, during the corona virus crisis. “It doesn’t stop. #Yomequedoencasa”. With this message, José María Giménez showed on his Instagram how, despite the fact that Atlético suspended training until Monday due to the crisis caused by the coronavirus health emergency, the rojiblanos continue working. He was the first, without leaving his house, using a tree in his garden to insert rubber bands, common during physical circuits with ‘Professor’ Ortega. Photos with his family, with mate and exercise so as not to lose shape, although LaLiga has been suspended for two weeks. It’s not the only one. Felipe, doing work at home during the coronavirus crisis. Like Marcos Llorente that, if the day before was the first to show on his networks how he did not leave the job despite not being in Majadahonda, that tomorrow, as planned, and Atlético does not play in San Mamés, LaLiga, the routine, today He photographed himself in the gym with his partner. Savic, Vrsaljko and Saponjic met, meter apart, to play ball in the Croatian garden. Thomas, meanwhile, followed Saul’s line 24 hours ago, with a message appealing to responsibility and in capital letters those words. #I stay at home. Like them, like him. Koke, with stationary bike. Captain Koke has also used the nets to show how to exercise, run on a treadmill, together with his wife and a bicycle by himself. Felipe the same. Bike. And as if he were in the Cerro. It showed the before, the odometer to zero, and the after, 51 minutes, 31 kilometers. Herrera also worked with his wife and children at home. Using the pool and the elliptical. Savic, Saponjic and Vrsaljko during the virus corona crisis.
On January 31, Atlético turned its search for transfers in the surprising winter market. Definitely goodbye to Cavani, welcome Carrasco two years later. A month and a half later, however, his participation in the team is not determining. The Belgian has played, for the moment, 155 minutes spread over five games, 29% of the minutes. In none has it been a starter. When he played the most was against Espanyol, on March 1, 56 minutes. At least the 13 ‘in Mestalla. Morata, the previous winter signing in the rojiblanco team, for example, in the first month and a half under Simeone he had played 592 minutes, more than triple. Carrasco’s arrival was highly conditioned by the situation that the Atletico club was experiencing in January, weighed down by injuries, with Simeone without first-team players to make the calls. Faced with the absolute breakdown of the negotiations for Cavani, Carrasco was the final red-and-white option as he was a footballer capable of playing across the attack front, not just up front. Since last summer, Cholo has insisted on one thing: goals. That is what, for the coach, the campus has lacked since its construction. The parties proved him right. In the Champions League, he qualified for the quarterfinals after alighting the current European champion, Liverpool of Klopp that before measuring the rojiblancos seemed impossible, In the league he is currently sixth, with the lack of goals and draws like a stone in the foot. Ready for Luis LaLiga: the last ten gamesCarrasco conspicuously stood out in his second season at Atlético, in its previous stage. It was 2016-17, which ended with 14 goals in 56 games. Forever three moments: his match at the Camp Nou where Simeone first placed him as a striker and shone, all the compliments comparing him to Maradona, his three goals against Granada at 7-1 and his goal in the Champions League final in Milan. Highly talented, Simeone tries to connect quickly to the new Atlético. His particular preseason should be over for Simeone to have him ready for Luis’s LaLiga match. The last ten games. Those who will arrive after this break in this season already conditioned by the coronavirus health crisis.