Cummings had a stellar October as she recorded individual victories in two of her three tournament appearances. The senior shot a 73.1 stroke average and sunk a round low score of 70 on three separate occasions. October Golfer of the Month: Kaity Cummings, Houston Baptist – Sr. – Waco, TexasCummings took two straight individual first-place finishes to start the month, including winning a 3-hole playoff at the Pat Lesser-Harbottle Invitational where the Huskies finished in second place. HBU women’s golf also finished third among team standings at the SHSU Bearkat Women’s Invitational behind Cummings’ first-place finish where she posted a 70 and 73 in two of her three rounds. The Huskies program never finished outside the top 10 and Cummings never placed outside the top 35 for the month. The award marks the first Southland Conference monthly honor of her career in her time with the Huskies. FRISCO, Texas – Houston Baptist’s Kaity Cummings has been tabbed as the Southland Conference Women’s Golfer of the Month for October, the league announced Wednesday.Southland Athletes of the Month are presented by MidSouth Bank. Honorable Mention: Elodie Chapelet, Lamar Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots.
NOTES T5- UTA gets on the board and avoids the shutout with a run B6- The Mavericks tied the game with two a two RBI double to left field. McN 3, UTA 3 NOTES B5- UTA cut into the lead with a run in the fifth behind two hits B6- McNeese got the run back when Toni Perrin led the inning off with a triple then scored on a single by Boudreaux. McN 6, UTA 1 After a tournament opening 7-3 win over Middle Tennessee on Thursday, the Cowgirls fell 5-3 to the UTA Friday afternoon for their first loss in the double elimination tournament. The Cowgirls defeated Stephen F. Austin 3-1 on Saturday to advance to the championship game. Story by Pam LaFosse / McNeese Sports InformationNACOGDOCHES, Texas — McNeese softball made its first NISC Regional Tournament a memorable one despite losing 4-3 in 10 innings to Texas-Arlington here Saturday afternoon in the championship game. Senior Justyce McClain, junior Cori McCrary, and sophomore Toni Perrin were named to the all-tournament team. McNeese ends its season with a 33-32 record. McNEESE 6, UT-Arlington 1B3- McNeese scored five runs on five hits and took advantage of two UTA errors. Justyce McClain singled through the left side to score Alexandria Saldivar for the first run. Sara Geier then scored on a sacrifice fly by Cori McCrary then Haylee Brinlee scored on a sac bunt by Kaylee Lopez. McClain came home to score on an RBI single down the right field line by Aubree Turbeville and Turbeville scored the fifth run on a single through the left side by Demi Boudreaux. McN 5, UTA 0 UT-Arlington 4, McNEESE 3 (10 inn.)T3- McNeese took the early lead once again with three runs off three hits. RBI’s by Kaylee Lopez, Aubree Turbeville, and Toni Perrin helped the Cowgirls jump out to the early lead. McN 3, UTA 0 McNeese collected seven hits Toni Perrin and Demi Boudreaux had two hits apiece Boudreaux had the only extra base hit with a triple in the sixth Five Cowgirls had at least one RBI Alexsandra Flores ended her junior season with the win and a 15-12 record Flores gave up one run on six hits with one strikeout in the complete game B10- UTA scored the winning run on a walk off single. UTA 4, McN 3 McNeese collected 13 hits McNeese left runners in scoring position in 7th, 8th, and 9th innings Cori McCrary, Kaylee Lopez, Toni Perrin, Sara Geier, and Haylee Brinlee all had two hits apiece Toni Perrin had the only extra base hit (double) for McNeese Ashley Koncir gave up three runs on six hits in 5.0 innings. Caroline Settle (9-10) took the loss in relief of Koncir. Settle gave up one run on five hits in 4 2/3 innings. McNeese began Saturday’s action with a 6-1 win over Texas-Arlington to force the “If Necessary”.
It was the David and Goliath battle with Hekari the favourites to win.A goal in the 16th minute of play to Hekari ‘ s Wira Wama put his side in front with all the momentum.Hekari continued to ask questions, putting all the pressure on the Rapatona back line.The score was 1-0 going into the break.Rapatona equalized just after half time when Henry Ronny put one past the goal keeper in the 53rd minute.This produced a change in the tide as Rapatona launched their comeback. Rapatona thoroughly dominated the next 20 minutes of play, threatening to score.But Hekari ‘s Leslie Kalai was up to the task and his saves ensured Rapatona did not take the lead.Hekari weathered the storm and gave themselves some breathing space with a goal from strike player Tommy Semmy after 70 minutes of play.This pushed Hekari to continue to defend their lead until the final whistle.
The irruption of Bruno Gonzalez and the return of Rober Pier to group dynamics, added to the names of Rubén Vezo Y Sergio Postigo, left Duarte in a delicate situation within the template for the remainder of the course. However, he has decided to ignore the siren songs and fight day by day for a place in the plans of Paco López. So far, the defender has played six games of The league and one of Copa del Rey, where he scored his first goal as a granota and saw goal four years later against the Seville in the Sánchez Pizjuán. A poor baggage that has not made him lower his arms to the first exchange and opt for a way out in search of more opportunities.Duarte, who arrived last summer free of contract from the Spanish, signed until 2021. At 30, the player is comfortable in the club and his family fully adapted to the city, so a mid-season outing did not fit into his plans. The Costa Rican will continue in Orriols. Óscar Duarte will continue in Levante. The Costa Rican power station was on the list of preferences of the Sports from la coruña to replace the injured Michele Somma, which awaits confirmation from LaLiga to be able to go to the market. However, As AS has learned, the tico has rejected the option to sign out of the Galician set for the long-term injury of the Italian. The sports department of Depor was looking for a central experience to accompany young people Mujaid Sadick Y Javier Huntsman, vanishes for international defense.
Zinedine Zidane analyzed in Movistar’s flash interview the hard defeat against Manchester City that complicates Madrid’s pass to the quarterfinals of the Champions League. The white coach lamented those final ten minutes where the team left the match and sent an optimistic message for the return.Is the dressing room touched ?: “It is not, no, we are screwed for losing, but we know that the tie is 180 minutes and whatever happens is like that. Even if we had won. We did the most difficult scoring the goal and in ten minutes we scored two goals” .Without Ramos on the return: “Well, this is football, we can’t change it. We have to keep the positive. In such a result there are not many positive things, we played a good game except the final ten or fifteen minutes. Now we have to go there and win if we want to pass. “What happened in the last ten or fifteen minutes?: “Nothing, they are mistakes and you pay the mistakes. It’s that. But mistakes are part of football and that’s it.”Loss of solvency in the Bernabéu: “Today it has not been possible. We have given everything in the field, we have lacked ten more minutes of concentration. It has been a very physical and even match and in the end we paid it.”Kroos. Did you have any physical problems?: “No, no, none, technical decision”.Afterwards, the Real Madrid coach appeared before the media in the press room of the Bernabéu.Balance: “With the game we did, it’s complicated. We all know badly, with the game we lost like this.”In the play of 1-1 was there a push to Ramos? What did the referee tell you?: “He told me that there was nothing, that he has not seen anything, that there was no push. In the end nothing changes, the referee decided like this and that’s it. What bothers me is what we did, playing well and that in Ten minutes from the end the game changes. With the game we made and the mistakes at the end … This hurts because we don’t deserve this. In the end it’s football and you have to be 90 minutes very, very concentrated. Especially with this kind of equipment ” .Atmosphere in the dressing room: “Today, even winning, we have to play around. And losing the same thing. We have to go there to win. We know the situation. We lose an opportunity here but there is another one to change. Sunday? We have another opportunity. It’s a great match and we have now to recover well and make a great game. “ Has Madrid been better than City? “I do not know, there were two good teams in the field. Then, you can give your opinion. We had our opportunities and they in the end because of us a little. We scored at our worst moment. Then it went well and in the end, the ten or fifteen minutes from the end have been bad. In fact, they could have scored a third goal. “Changes: “The game is what it is. We put the goal in the worst moment of ours and after the goal we were better. Then, in the end we lacked concentration. Then they are mistakes. But I don’t think we should make more changes. The opponent is very well and have had their opportunities. “Do you understand the fans, who leave saying that they do not come to the Bernabéu on Sunday to the Classic? “I wait for the fans on Sunday, to come to help the team and move that forward. In football you can’t control everything. You can watch the Levante game or another. We give everything on the field. It’s a bad run, but you have to take this out anyway. Sunday is an opportunity to change. “The cause of the downturn of the last minutes: “It’s not physical downturn, it’s more concentration because in the end we made mistakes and mistakes are part of football. The only thing is to look at it, try to analyze it well. I can’t tell you anything else. The ten minutes of the end have been very complicated, but not before”.Why this bad streak? “I do not know. For three or four months we did very well and now there are three complicated games. But it is a bad run. You have to be more united and strong and keep working. And I say: Sunday I see it as an opportunity to change this”.Kroos did not play by technical decision. “He is a very important player but the option today was this. When I say that he is technical he is nothing against Kroos, that he is doing well. I have players and I chose.”The fact of playing the lap outside may come in handy: “If we want to pass the round we have to go there and win and Madrid is able to do that. We are happy to play at home, always. The only thing is that today in ten minutes they have been complicated.”How do you expect the return ?: “We’ll see, we know what we have to do. You have to go there and win to pass. But even with a result in favor today the same thing would have happened. The tie is 180 minutes and nothing changes.”What do you think right now? “It’s a bad result, it’s two games in a row losing. It’s a bad run because when we play badly we can understand it, but today it wasn’t the case. We didn’t deserve this defeat.”How will you face the turn? Are you almost lost? “We have to play and think we can qualify. We have nothing else in mind and that is what we are going to do on the lap.”
Aleksander Ceferin, UEFA president, has spoken to Sky Sports microphones about football news. One of the topics that the interview has dealt with has been the sanction against Manchester City. The English team was sanctioned with two years without playing in Europe for skipping the financial Fair Play, and the president talked about the possibilities of that sanction being revoked.“I can’t comment on Manchester City, or any other case, for two reasons,” Ceferin explained. “One is because I don’t know anything about it and the second is that it is not correct for a president to comment on the case, that is treated by an independent body, “he said. But he has raised doubts about if UEFA will consider an extrajudicial agreement with the club. “I doubt it”He said, “But, I repeat, I don’t want to comment anything. I don’t want to comment. But I doubt it’s possible.” “We are not fighting anyone. We defend our position professionally. I don’t like to talk only about Manchester City. We punish five to ten clubs per season. It is a regular procedure. Let’s see, “the president explained.” As with other clubs, they are our asset, I respect them, “he said.” I don’t want to say ‘now we don’t like Manchester City.’ We like them, they are our club. But this process is something different, with which I do not interfere“Ceferin said.The UEFA president is also not sure if CAS will decide on the case before the start of next season. “Hard to say“said Ceferin.”From what I heard, it is a large file and I would have to ask our lawyers about the usual moment of the decision. It is really impossible to say. “Ceferin praised the comeback of the City at the Bernabéu in the round of 16 of the Champions League. “They played very well against Real Madrid“he said. On whether it would be” fair “for them to win the Champions League and refuse to play it next year, he said that whoever wins will be “good”. “Any club wins, I like it. It’s not a problem. I would like to see a fantastic final in Istanbul. That’s all that matters to me“he sentenced.
The Atlético Elena Linari participant I converse in The Domenica Sportiva, of Rai 2 about your confinement in Madrid, the place he arrived after canceling the ultimate of the Algarve Cup the place he was enjoying along with his staff: “To be right here alone is not easy. You might be all the time with your self, you do not have many different options. Luckily my household and my girlfriend They’ve all the time been shut. After which there are the neighbors, who adopted me, they cooked my meals virtually on daily basis, “he revealed.The Italian central defined that he’s wanting ahead to work after so lengthy a hiatus: “I might have gladly returned and I hope I can do it quickly. We will even should begin once more, as a result of we’re professionals and the staff pays us. “A parenthesis in ladies’s soccer that for the transalpine participant can do loads of harm to ladies’s soccer: “The ladies we begin from scratch, and we all know how a lot we needed to sacrifice to get to the place we’re “. “Let’s say we hit 5, we don’t wish to return to 1 … We wish to dwell this nice dream anyway, “he stated. Linari revealed some time in the past he was homosexual and he did it forto assist in giving normality to this sexual possibility that in his nation he’s nonetheless frowned upon in many sectors: “Once I made this resolution I did it to make a non-public look public and increase consciousness between the individuals”. “I don’t suppose soccer means homosexuality or heterosexuality, single means sport. I wished to sensitize individuals, as a result of sport introduced me nearer to my means of being, nevertheless it did not carry me nearer to individuals who had been homosexuals and I grew to become one “, defined the Italian who continued: “It allowed me know me internally and present my means of being with different individuals. “
Recently-appointed captain of the Leeward Islands Hurricanes, Jamaican-born Nkrumah Bonner, said he was surprised at being handed the position, however, now that he is in the post, he will give it his best shot. “I wasn’t really expecting it,” stated Bonner, who is currently in St Kitts preparing with the eastern Caribbean outfit for the second half of the WICB First-Class Tournament. “Since joining the Leewards, earlier this season, I believe I have been doing reasonably well, particularly with the bat. “I have also been active in the field, and making suggestions so on, and I guess they were of the opinion that I was having a good influence on the team “I was approached and asked if I would like to take charge, and after thinking about it I agreed to accept it,” added the West Indies representative. A former Jamaica Under-15 vice-captain, it will be the first time the 26-year-old Bonner will be leading a team at the regional level. He has, however, led teams at the club level in Jamaica performing similar duties even up until recently with St Catherine Cricket Association in the two-day Senior Cup. “I am prepared mentally for the challenge, and is expecting good things,” Bonner highlighted. “I tend to say things as I see it, and I guess people respect me for that. This, I believe, is a good starting point, and is something I hope to build on.” Bonner, who has represented the West Indies in two Twenty20 Internationals, has also expressed pleasure in the confidence placed in him by team officials. “The coach (Reginald Benjamin) and manager (Hugh Gore), who is a no-nonsense guy, recommended me, so from that point of view, it’s good to know they have the confidence in me,” he said. Looking at the on-going four-day tournament, Bonner, who is the Leewards’ leading runs scorer, said he believes the team can improve their fortunes. The Leewards have lost all of their five matches to date, and are currently at the bottom of the six-team standings. “I am expecting us to do a lot better in the second half of the season,” he explained. “We will be looking to win, but even if we don’t, I would love to see our batting, bowling and fielding performances improve overall.” The Hurricanes are scheduled to play third-place Jamaica Scorpions in their next encounter in Antigua, commencing on Thursday.
BEIJING, China: Asafa Powell is in tremendous shape and is ready to contend for the gold medal. That is the message from his brother and coach, Donovan Powell, as the two-time World 100m bronze medallist arrived in Beijing, China, yesterday ahead of this weekend’s start of the IAAF World Championships in Athletics inside the Bird’s Nest. Donovan has been coaching his younger brother for over a year and has seen him post seven sub-10 seconds times this year, with a season best mark of 9.81 seconds, which makes him the second-fastest man behind American Justin Gatlin. It’s part of the reason behind a renewed sense of confidence around the former World 100m record holder and his handlers, with his coach believing that he’s in shape to take the top spot. “It’s been a great experience coaching him (Asafa). I’m just guiding him; it doesn’t seem to me that I’m coaching him. It feels like I’m just guiding him, and I’m trying to guide him in the right direction,” Donovan told The Gleaner. “He is in tremendous shape now, his weight is down and we are looking forward to the competition, to getting him through the rounds without problems.” The coach went on to state that though he does not necessarily think he would need to do a personal best in order to win a medal here, he is confident that Asafa will lower his all-time best 9.72 this year and quite possibly here in Beijing. “I’ve told him to just be confident, go out there and execute and run his own race,” said Donovan. “We are looking for a PB this year, and I see where we can get that done here. “He (Asafa) is just more confident now, and I think he is ready to go. He has a chance to win that gold, and if he does the right thing, then that can certainly make that happen,” added Donovan. “Furthermore, it’s not like a bunch of guys are running fast, I think 9.8 can get him on the podium, but I’m looking for a PB, personally,” he said. Powell’s personal best came in Lausanne in 2008.
Medals table1 Kenya 6 3 2 112 USA 3 4 5 123 Jamaica 3 0 2 54 Great Britain 3 0 0 35 Poland 2 1 3 66 Cuba 2 1 0 37 Germany 1 2 2 58 Ethiopia 1 2 0 39 Canada 1 1 2 410 South Africa 1 0 1 211 Colombia 1 0 0 111 Czech Rep. 1 0 0 111 Eritrea 1 0 0 111 Spain 1 0 0 115 China 0 3 1 416 Bahamas 0 1 1 216 The Netherlands 0 1 1 218 Australia 0 1 0 118 Brazil 0 1 0 118 Croatia 0 1 0 118 Egypt 0 1 0 118 Israel 0 1 0 118 Russia 0 1 0 118 Tajikistan 0 1 0 118 Tunisia 0 1 0 126 France 0 0 2 227 Bosnia-Herze. 0 0 1 127 Finland 0 0 1 127 Greece 0 0 1 127 Grenada 0 0 1 127 Kazakhstan 0 0 1 127 Latvia 0 0 1 127 Portugal 0 0 1 127 Uganda 0 0 1 1