Central Arkansas (+29, 317), Lamar (+30, 318) and UIW (+32, 320) are grouped together for day two and will get to action at 8:15 a.m. while the lone twosomes of the day will be played by Houston Baptist (+38, 326) and New Orleans (+49, 337). They will be the first teams to tee off at 7:30 a.m. Nicholls (+21, 309), Abilene Christian (+26, 314) and Southeastern Louisiana (+29, 317) finished fourth through sixth after the first day. The Lions are tied for sixth place with Central Arkansas, but the fifth player comparison gave SLU the advantage for pairing. They will tee off beginning at 9 a.m. Noah Steele (68), the Bearkats’ sophomore from Kingston, Ontario, Canada, sits in first for the medalist honor thanks to back-to-back birdies on holes six and seven and his play on the par 4s. He shot four-under for the first round and averaged a 3.70 on the day on par 4 holes, going three-under. He has a three-stroke lead over McNeese’s Ian Berrigan (71) and Central Arkansas’ Lewis George (71). Stephen F. Austin’s Angelo Leyvani (72) and McNeese’s Blake Elliot (72) are four strokes back from the lead, each carding an even par for the day. Sam Houston, McNeese and Stephen F. Austin (+19, 307) will tee off together for the second consecutive day. The teams entered the tournament seeded No. 1-3, respectively, and finished the day in that order. They will be the last squads to hit the course, starting with a 9:45 a.m. CT first tee. CHAMPIONSHIP CENTRAL | LEADERBOARD | PHOTO GALLERYMcKINNEY, Texas – Sam Houston State did not relinquish its top seed in the opening round of the 2018 Southland Conference Men’s Golf Championship at the Stonebridge Ranch Country Club (Dye Course) in McKinney, Texas, on Monday. The Bearkats (+1, 289) dominated from top to bottom of the lineup with no player finishing above four-over for the day. Each Sam Houston player finished round one in the top 13 of the individual field. They take a six-stroke lead over McNeese (+7, 295) into the second round Tuesday.
Honorable Mention: Grant O’Callaghan, Southeastern Louisiana; Kevin Kipkosgei, Abilene Christian; Daniel Saina, McNeese. Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athletes is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on 25 percent of ballots. Honorable Mention: Isabella Hudson, Northwestern State; Carnley Graham, Abilene Christian; Alissa Lander, McNeese. Women’s Athlete of the Week: Sophie Daigle, Southeastern Louisiana – So. – Donaldsonville, La.Daigle finished second among a 57-women field at the LSU Invitational in Baton Rouge, La. The sophomore from Donaldsonville, La., ran the three-mile meet with a time of 18:13.29 to a pace a Southeastern team that finished second. The top-10 placement is her second in as many races after finishing seventh at the McNeese Invitational. SLU is back at it Saturday in College Station at the Texas A&M Invitational. Men’s Athlete of the Week: Brandon Lewis-Graham, Northwestern State – Sr. – Ruston, La.Running in his hometown and at his former school, Lewis-Graham claimed victory in the four-mile run with a time of 20:28.5 at the Louisiana Tech Mook Duals in Ruston, La. The first-place finish paced a NSU squad that finished second overall. The Demons have this week off before heading to Lake Charles for the McNeese Cowboys Stampede on Sept. 29 FRISCO, Texas – Northwestern State’s Brandon Lewis-Graham and Southeastern Louisiana’s Sophie Daigle are the Southland Conference Cross Country Athletes of the Week, the league announced Tuesday. All weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank.
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MARTIN KEOWN believes Arsenal should look at the possibility of appointing former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino should they sack Unai Emery.Emery is under increasing pressure with Arsenal currently sixth and eight points off Man City in fourth.3 Mourinho is now in the Tottenham hot seat replacing Mauricio PochettinoWith no win in five games in all competitions, there has been calls for the Arsenal board to make the decision to sack Emery and with Pochettino now available, Keown believes the Argentinian could be the answer.Speaking to Sportsmail the former Arsenal man said: “There’s no need to panic at Arsenal.”We are getting close to panic by the way, because we’re not having the best of seasons, but the powers that be at the top of the club should be seriously considering Pochettino.”Pochettino was replaced by Jose Mourinho on Wednesday morning following a poor start to the season.Spurs are currently 14th, eleven points off the top four.An embarrassing 7-2 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League and only three wins in 12 in the Premier League has cost Pochettino his job after a successful five-year spell, achieving three top-four finishes and reaching the Champions League final last season.3 Unai Emery has failed to sort out the mess at the Emirates and now his time is surely close to being upCredit: Getty Images – GettyKeown believes Tottenham’s lack of transfer business over recent seasons may have had an impact on Pochettino’s sacking.The former England defender said: “I have a lot of admiration for what he did at Tottenham, the way he nurtured those young players and he didn’t spend a great deal of money.”I don’t think Tottenham spent enough.”The 53-year-old isn’t the only one to suggest Arsenal should go after their rivals former manager.Harry Redknapp, who left Spurs in 2012, also believes the Argentinian would be a good replacement for under pressure Unai Emery.Speaking to talkSPORT, Redknapp said: “Why shouldn’t he go to Arsenal if he wants to?”You think the Arsenal fans wouldn’t love him there?”3Keown also stated that Tottenham could’ve given Pochettino more time considering what he had done for the club: “I would have stayed with Pochettino.”I think he deserved that. I think it’s a hugely significant sacking.”You’re going to have managers now looking over their shoulders.”I know the poor record he has recently, I know it all but I still would have given him another chance.”I don’t like the way Tottenham have done it.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTO CATCH A CHEATFurious wife beats and strips her husband’s suspected mistress in the street – but crowd does nothingWORMS FEARSHas your child got threadworms? Here’s the symptoms – and how cure themTAKING THE PISSDisgusting man PEES from airport seat in front of shocked passengersMIND BLOWINGThe rudest hotel room sign ever? Optical illusion has internet in hystericsExclusiveBRIDE AND GLOOMInfamous Don’t Tell The Bride couple reveal what REALLY happens on the showTEST ON ENTRYTourists arriving in Majorca and Ibiza may get coronavirus test at airportBEST ACCESSORIESWilliam wore friendship bracelet he shares with Kate in new documentaryExclusiveAMAZON DELIVERY DODGE7 ways to get free delivery on your Amazon ordersTOP TRUMPSLow carb vs keto diet – experts reveal which helps you shed pounds fasterRADFORD RESOLUTIONSRadfords call 2019 hardest year of their lives after ‘devastating loss'”There will be a lot of chairmen looking at him now.”Manchester United wanted him this time last year.”I think Arsenal would have to be interested if they want to take a step forward.”Pochettino wouldn’t be the first to make the move across North London. Sol Campbell left Spurs for Arsenal in 2001, a move which understandably made him very unpopular to the Tottenham fans.George Graham, who played for and managed Arsenal made the switch to White Hart Lane when he took over the reigns from Christian Gross.
FOUR men armed with machetes broke into Jan Vertonghen’s house while he was away for Tottenham’s match against RB Leipzig.The defender’s wife Sophie De Vries and his two young children were at home when the balaclava-clad men entered the property at around 8pm on Tuesday.5 Jan Vertonghen’s house was targeted while he was away on duty with Spurs5 Vertonghen trains prior to the Leipzig game, in which he was an unused subCredit: AFP or licensorsA police investigation is underway following the incident on March 10 – but no arrests have been made yet.The Daily Mail report that the quartet, armed with knives and machetes, demanded valuables and cash.A source close to the Premier League club told The Express: “Jan’s wife was obviously terrified and did as she was told.”The group carried out a search and fled with electronic items.”The police carried out a scene examination.”Some officers did door-to-door checks to warn people and ask if anyone had seen anything.”A spokesman from the Met Police said: “Police were called to a residential address in NW3 at 7.49am on March 10 to report a burglary.”It was reported four men wearing balaclavas, armed with knives, had forced entry to the property and stolen a number of items before leaving.”Nobody was injured. There have no been no arrests made and inquiries continue.”5 Jan Vertonghen’s two young children were at home when the four men broke in View this post on Instagram Thank you for all your birthday wishes. This one was the best… 😀 A post shared by Jan Vertonghen (@jvertonghen) on Apr 24, 2019 at 9:33am PDTA Spurs spokesman said: “We have been supporting Jan and his family through this terribly traumatic time and we encourage anyone who has any information to come forward to help the police with their investigation.”Vertonghen was away in Germany at the time of the attack for Tottennham’s clash against RB Leipzig.Jose Mourinho’s side were booted out of the Champions League that night after a 3-0 defeat to the Bundesliga side.5 A police investigation is underway after Jan Vertonghen’s home was raided View this post on Instagram 😍 A post shared by Jan Vertonghen (@jvertonghen) on Mar 17, 2019 at 12:12am PDT5 Jan Vertonghen was away in Germany when his home was raidedCredit: Getty Images – GettyLucas Moura bursts into tears as Tottenham are dumped out of Champions League by RB Leipzig
MANCHESTER UNITED and Tottenham are set to battle it out for Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic, according to reports.The Catalan giants are prepared to cash in on the Croatian veteran this summer to raise funds of their own.2 Ivan Rakitic is set to spark a transfer scramble this summerCredit: Getty Images – GettyRakitic, 32, has just one year remaining on his deal at the Nou Camp.MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United newsHis availability is set to spark a transfer scramble with clubs across Europe including Juventus, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid set to pursue a deal.But according to Mundo Deportivo, the Premier League pair believe they can lure Rakitic to England.The coronavirus pandemic will leave Barca cash-strapped this summer meaning they will be forced to sell a number of stars to bring in players of their own.Both United and Tottenham are in the market for a new midfielder and know they won’t need to break the bank to sign Rakitic.The Red Devils attempted to land Rakitic in January but the move was blocked because his wife Raquel wanted to remain in Barcelona.He is a serial winner having won ten major pieces of silverware throughout an illustrious career.Rakitic has made it no secret of his desire to rejoin Sevilla whom he left in 2014.But the Spanish side are unlikely to compete financially after the player admitted he is still waiting for them to make contact.2most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himNICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’Last month he said: “I have a special affection for Seville, but directly for the city. I have my family there.”I have always said that it would be a dream to wear that shirt again, everyone knows it but it is not my decision.”Monchi (Sevilla’s sporting director) and everyone at Sevilla has my number but they haven’t called me yet.”Paul Pogba going through gruelling solo fitness sessions at home in bid to come back flying for Man Utd
The only team to have defeated the two Telstra Premiership front-runners in the Storm and Sharks – not to mention being a well-executed kick from knocking off fourth-placed Brisbane – the Titans are in danger of vying for the wooden spoon rather than the top eight should they lose a fifth game on the trot this week.It was only a month ago that Gold Coast had pushed into the top eight on the back of three consecutive wins and while that proved they could match it with the top teams, the way back is through energy and effort.Last year the Titans went through a six-week period late in the season where they only lost one game to put themselves in finals reckoning and halfback Ashley Taylor says they can do it again if they get back to executing the basics for 80 minutes.”It was pretty nitty-gritty,” Taylor said of the three-game winning streak. “The boys put their hand up, we were running the ball hard, we were playing hard and there was lots of energy on the field and that’s what we need to get back to. Everyone competing on the field and everyone putting in 100 per cent effort.”I’m sure the boys are doing that but we just need to focus on it a lot more.”That’s what we need in our game, to get the little things right and once those little things come back and everyone’s on the same page we’ve already shown that we can beat the top teams and we can be competitive.”It’s just a matter of getting back to that and getting some wins.”The Titans’ task will be made easier on Friday night with Origin representatives Jarryd Hayne, Jarrod Wallace and Nathan Peats all expected to back up along with the return of Tyrone Roberts from a shoulder injury to partner Taylor in the halves.Another bonus for the Titans is the ankle injury that will keep James Tedesco from lining up for the Tigers and like Taylor, coach Neil Henry believes a return to the competitiveness they displayed in 2016 will help to turn things around.”If we can remember what got us some wins last year and what was keeping us in games we’ll give ourselves a good chance to win games,” Henry said.”We got on a bit of a run and won a few games in a row and we were able to get there. We’ll need to do the same again. We can’t control the injuries we’ve had, we can only react to it and play some decent footy.”The reality is that we haven’t got too long. We need to get over this game first. The focus is on getting a result in Campbelltown and if we get that done we can shift it to a home game against the Dragons. It really needs to be a game at a time.”Taylor was solely responsible for the execution of the game-plan in a decimated team against the Rabbitohs last week and while the return of other key members of the spine is welcome, Henry still wants his young half in control much of the time.”I think we do still need him to be dominant,” Henry said. “He’s our main kicker and warming to that role as a young, developing half.”He’s got a good kicking game, he needs to command the ball on both sides and he’s a good runner of the ball as well.” Photo by: Nathan Hopkins/NRL Photos (Titans halfback Ash Taylor will again be called on to lead his side’s attack against Wests Tigers).
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PACNEWS The venue was in shock as Webb began the brighter of the two players and took the opening set 11-8.It prompted a response from Vai which her teammate could not deal with.She levelled proceedings, winning the second set 11-1 and then claimed the third set. That seemed to knock the wind out of Webb’s sails as her performance slowly began to deteriorate which the ruthless Vai took advantage of, winning the fourth set by the same margin as the second to ensure she topped the podium.New Caledonia’s medal surge at Port Moresby 2015 continued thanks to Claire Faucompre denying the hosts a clean sweep by beating Sheila Morove in the bronze medal match.“It wasn’t a good start – my nerves took over,” Vai said.“It was more of a challenge than the last time we played and I wasn’t expecting it.“But I had a break, calmed myself down and tried again.“I became more patient, settled in and got used to her game.”Papua New Guinea were not quite able to secure the double, however, as Nicolas Massenet of New Caledonia beat home favourite Madako Suari Junior in four sets to clinch gold in the men’s tournament.Massenet got off to the perfect start, winning the first set 11-9 and the second 12-10.Madako Suari Junior reacted the better of the two players to a brief power failure on court, however, which halted play for around 15 minutes, forcing a fourth set against the run of play.Massenet in the end had too much quality for his rival, he reigning supreme in the fourth to seal yet another gold for his nation.“The Pacific Games for me is like the Olympic Games,” Massenet said.“It was a very physical match and I think my fitness was the key to my victory.“Without my fitness I think I would have lost.”The contest for bronze was an all New Caledonia affair as Gael Gosse overcame Yann Lancrenon in straight sets.
While the accreditation forms were delivered a week later than schedule, with less than 90 days to go for the PNG Games in Kimbe later this year, the Secretariat has also raised serious concerns on funding and delay in venue preparations.During the executives meeting for the lead up to the Games at the Molka Lodge in Minj over the weekend, provincial sports coordinators said the venue preparations in Kimbe were behind schedule.Compounded with the fact that provinces are yet to receive sponsorships from their Provincial Governments and local MPs, the Secretariat said things looked bleak and expected delays in the whole program.The Highlands is the first to have an established secretariat outside of the PNG Sports Foundations. The executives are the Provincial Sports Coordinators who head the Provincial Game’s Teams Committee.They are Chairman, Chimbu’s Gabriel Brawa, Deputy Chairman, Southern Highland’s Vincent Pesnu, Secretary, Saki Holle EHP, Treasurer, James Kornam – Jiwaka, Enga’s Jonah McKay and Ken Angope from Hela.Brawa who visited the Games venue in Kimbe last week said whilst there seem to be some minor activities going on for the outdoor activities at the venues in Kulungi, Hoskins, Saraklok, Mosa, Kapore and the main San Remo Stadium now reaching final stages, the racing tracks reportedly ordered from India were yet to arrive.He said there was no indication on construction of facilities for indoor events like boxing, karate, taekwondo, dart, kick boxing, snooker, weightlifting, basketball, volleyball and powerliftingThey said if the government did fund the Provincial Governments and Districts as promised, the games would be held but if the funds did not come, there would be no games as most of the funding came from provincial coffers.They called on the MPs from the districts to help athletes as they came from the districts and it was not a responsibility for the Governors alone.Picture: Elite Highlands athlete Kupsy Bisamo in PNG colours going for gold in the middle distance run during the SP Games last year.
CEO of the PNG Rugby Football League, Reatau Rau said the position is being advertised following the PNGRFL board meeting last month in Port Moresby.“The board resolved that the position of Head Coach for our national women’s team must be advertised so that a suitable and qualified coach is appointed,” said Rau.Rau said the main role of the head coach will be to identify potential players in the domestic and overseas competitions, instil discipline and values on and off the field and develop a team centred environment, and select and prepare a squad to take part at the Women’s Rugby League World Cup at the end of this year in Australia,He added the position is open to PNG citizens only and urged those who hold a NRL level one coaching certificate or similar qualifications and have been actively involved in coaching for the past three years or so to submit their applications.“The person we are looking for must be committed and dedicated to the task at hand. He or she must be prepared to devote their energies and efforts into developing a competitive side to represent PNG at international events during the year and the World Cup later this year,” said Rau.All applications can be sent to the CEO at PO Box 1845, Boroko or hand delivered to the PNGRFL Headquarters at the National Football Stadium in Boroko.Applications close on Wednesday January 18, 2017.
7 The Spanish Gerard Deulofeu, Watford striker, had to leave the field, on a stretcher, with clear symptoms of pain in the right knee and crying, half an hour after the match that his team plays at the Vicarage Road stadium against Liverpool.Deulofeu He clashed with Liverpool’s defender, the Dutchman Virgil Van Dijk and made a sharp turn with his right leg. The Spanish fell on the grass. He put his hands to his face, aching, and could not get up. Watford’s medical services treated him on the pitch. The player could not get up and left the court on a stretcher and with oxygen. The public of Vicarage Road cheered on his player, who was replaced by Roberto Pereyra.Gerard Deulofeu will be tested in the next few hours to specify the extent of the ailment.
Metropolitan, divine treasure. Atlético’s stadium is a fortin this season, something almost similar to the previous ones. Part of the fans understood that the rojiblanco team could accuse leaving a magical stadium like Vicente Calderón to go to a new venue, which could lack the passion that was in the Manzanares. The numbers were very positive from the start for Atlético in their new home. This season, without going any further, only Barcelona could win in the Metropolitan. He did it right at the end of the game and with a goal from Messi. Something habitual in this stadium and in many others of our football.Atlético He has played 18 games this season in his stadium, 14 from LaLiga and four from Champions. In the Copa del Rey, Atlético was eliminated by Cultural and there have been no cupbearing matches in the rojiblanco venue. He won eleven games, tied six and lost once, the aforementioned against Barça. Six teams took a tie. Juventus (2-2), Celta (0-0), Real Madrid (0-0), Valencia (1-1), Leganés (0-0) and Sevilla (2-2). Atlético won in the Wanda Metropolitano Getafe, Eibar, Leverkusen, Athletic, Espanyol, Lokomotiv, Osasuna, Levante, Granada, Liverpool and Villarreal. The balance is 26 goals for and 11 against. In Europe, as seen, the numbers have been very positive. Only Juventus was able to get a point. And vital was the 1-0 achieved against Liverpool in front of a crowded Metropolitan who took his team on the wing.Last season, 2018-19, more or less the same thing happened. In this exercise only Real Madrid won at the Metropolitano (1-3). The meeting was in the league championship. Girona, in the Cup, gave the bell and tied three goals and eliminated the rojiblancos. In LaLiga, Eibar, Barcelona and Seville scratched a tie, all to one goal. In Europe, Atlético was once again imperial in their stadium. He defeated Bruges, Dortmund, Monaco, in the group stage, and Juventus, already in the tie.In the 2017-18 financial year, the first in which it was played at the Metropolitano, there was some other defeat at home. The first to win was Chelsea, in Champions. His last goal complicated the pass. That defeat was harsh, but the draw against Qarabag, 1-1, almost scored. Atlético fell to the Europa League, a competition that ended up winning.Barcelona, Villarreal, Real Madrid, Girona, Betis and Eibar tied in LaLiga. Espanyol won 0-2 and was the first team to beat Wanda Metropolitano in the league tournament. Sevilla, in the Cup, also gave the chime and won 1-2. The return was played at Pizjuán and Atlético could not overcome.Total, Chelsea (Champions), Espanyol (LaLiga) and Seville (Cup) they won at the Metropolitano, in the 2017-18 season; Real Madrid (LaLiga), he did it in 2018-19; and the Barcelona (LaLiga), in 2019-20. In the heat of its people, Atlético feels almost impregnable.
The Uruguayan defender, one of the most loved by the Juventus fans, also admitted that would give “anything to be a footballer again” in his time.Currently, Montero trains Sanbenedettese in Serie C (third category) and plays high-quality football, focused on technique and ball possession. “I was lucky to have great coaches in Italy and in South America. César Menotti, Marcello Lippi, Cesare Prandelli, Emiliano Mondonico, Fabio Capello, Carlo Ancelotti. You steal a little from everyone, each of them won trophies, “he said.He dreams of arriving in the future to train Juventus, although he considered that it is still something far away. “Every former player who loves Juventus dreams of coaching him. But it is a long way off, anyone who has been through Juventus would like it,” he said.Finally, toassured that the Argentine Diego Maradona is the “strongest” player he has ever seen and that currently, It would motivate him to score the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo.“For me the strongest player I have seen has been Maradona. Currently I would like to score Cristiano Ronaldo. Playing against the best makes you understand how to improve,” he acknowledged. Uruguayan Paolo Montero, former player of Juventus Turin and current coach of Sanbenedettese of the Italian C Series (third category), assured this Wednesday that his former French partner Zinedine Zidane “He is one of the most humble people” he knows.“In that Juventus we had players like (Alessandro) Del Piero and Zidane who solved our games for us and in South America they teach us how to defend the strongest. ‘Zizou’ for me was one of the most humble I knew and very strong players passed through Juventus. It was impossible not to love ‘Zizou’, “Montero said in an interview on Italian television” Sky Sport. “Montero shared Juventus’ locker room with Zidane from 1996 to 2001 and continues to have particular affection for the current Real Madrid coach. “Now I’ve been six months without writing to him, because I don’t want to screw him “, Montero explained that in his Juventus career he has won four league titles, an Intercontinental Cup, a UEFA Super Cup, three Italian Super Cups and an Intertoto Cup.He reached Juventus who was the current European champion and reached three other finals in the maximum continental competition, but surrendered to Borussia Dortmund, Real Madrid and Milan. “The finals against Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund are the ones that hurt the most. Especially the one that went to Real Madrid. I saw her again after many years with my children and we had a great game. They are the great disappointments of my career, “he acknowledged.
Sky and BT, the two operators who have the rights to broadcast meetings of the English Premier League, have already subscribed to the clubs all the amounts agreed for this season, which amount to € 1.7 billion, despite the fact that twelve days are still to be disputed, the celebration of which is not even assured.The Premier League has also received all payments for international rights, 1.59 billion per season, according to The Times. Operators have supported clubs to limit the effects of the crisis affecting clubs after the end of competitions during the Covid-19 pandemic in exchange for some advantages. The most important would be to have the possibility of broadcast more than 200 games per season from the next (those scheduled at four in the afternoon on Saturday, which were not offered live) and also have greater better access to changing rooms.