PENSACOLA, Fla. – After advancing to the semifinals of the NCAA Division II South Central Region Tournament last year, the West Florida volleyball team prepared for the 2007 season this past weekend.On Saturday, West Florida hosted the UWF Spring Invitational. The Argonauts won seven of eight individual match games at the UWF Field House. West Florida won two games from NCAA Division I opponents Nicholls State and South Alabama as well as St. John’s River Community College. West Florida also split two games with NAIA University of Mobile.West Florida will open the 2007 season by hosting the UWF Comfort Inn-vitational at the UWF Field House. Print Friendly Version Share Argonauts Participate in Spring Tournament
Lakers practice early hoping to answer all questions Lakers, Clippers schedules set for first round of NBA playoffs How athletes protesting the national anthem has evolved over 17 years Vogel also thinks Rondo, who has traditionally been a middling 3-point shooter, could improve as a long-range threat this season. Using now-Lakers assistant Jason Kidd as an example of a great playmaker who became a better shooter late in his career, Vogel said he expects the 33-year-old Rondo to make a similar transition.“He’s going to get clean looks, he’s going to be encouraged to get a green light, and he’s going to be a good off-the-ball complement to LeBron when he has the ball,” Vogel said. “Then when they’re together he’s going to be playmaking and making things easier for LeBron so he doesn’t have to do it all himself, as well as A.D.”Related Articles AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThat’s the focus and possibly the key for the Lakers, getting James and Davis on the same page. The two are already close off the court, and Vogel foresees their games complementing one another well.It doesn’t mean the work is effortless – both men acknowledged it will take a lot of communication to get their rapport where it needs to be. That started in practice Saturday.“Every little thing to happen today, when we was on the sideline we talked about it,” Davis said. “Even those things, something that went right but something that we can do better in those situations. We’re trying to just talk through everything, figure out each other’s games.”The supporting cast to the James-Davis tandem is also of some intrigue. During the media observation of practice, the top group included James, Davis, Danny Green, JaVale McGee and Rajon Rondo.With Kyle Kuzma sidelined with a foot injury and Vogel interested in testing more lineups throughout the next month, there’s no surefire indication that group will be the season-opening starters. But the team also has seen that Davis has enjoyed good chemistry with Rondo, who played with him in New Orleans for a season. Vogel, who has a reputation as a defensive coach, said the practice was split about 60-40 in favor of defensive fundamentals, with the first hour devoted to defense completely. One of the most physical players in the gym was Howard – something he might have been overzealous about, Vogel said, but which could be integral to the team’s identity.“He probably overdid it a little bit, you know he’s knocking guys around,” he said. “Look, you gotta deal with that. You’re coming to play L.A. Lakers, you’re gonna get hit, you’re gonna smashed in the mouth. And he set the tone in that regard.” What are the Lakers going to look like this year?Some scenes from the end of practice on Day One in Saturday’s first session: Dwight Howard and Anthony Davis colliding in the post. Frank Vogel stopping 5-on-5 to keep the tempo up when running back on defense. A fast-paced lay-up drill to end a two-and-a-half-hour workout.The final product is far from revealed, but the Lakers are aiming to be focused, fast and physical by the time the season starts. And the center of it will be the pairing of LeBron James and Davis, the duo that Vogel is trying to put on the court together the most during the preseason.“I think we got the best of ’em, of all the duos (in the NBA),” he said. “We have two top-five players, two guys who really just do it all.” Trail Blazers beat Grizzlies in play-in, earn first-round series with the Lakers Trail Blazers, Grizzlies advance to NBA play-in game; Suns, Spurs see playoff dreams dashed Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Larson, who also was suspended indefinitely by iRacing for his use of the racial slur, apologized for his use of the word in a video he tweeted the next day.”Kyle is an important and visible stakeholder in the World of Outlaws community as both a driver and team owner,” the World of Outlaws said in a statement on April 14. “Kyle has admitted to making a mistake and it is our expectation that he will make every effort to represent the sport in a professional manner moving forward. Provided that Kyle completes the designated training in the allotted time, he will remain eligible to compete in all World of Outlaws sanctioned events.”The virtual race in which Larson uttered the N-word was not an official NASCAR iRacing event, which have been replacing the live NASCAR Cup Series races that have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. MORE: Bubba Wallace responds to Larson’s use of racial slurLarson remains indefinitely suspended by NASCAR, but a World of Outlaws spokesman told NBC Sports that Larson had completed the sensitivity training required for his return to dirt racing.As for Larson’s return to stock car racing, NASCAR told Racer Magazine’s Kelly Crandall it “will not have anything to communicate until we announce his reinstatement at a later date.”Friday night’s sprint car race will broadcast live on DIRTVision, but spectators will not be allowed at Knoxville Raceway. Almost a month after Kyle Larson’s use of the N-word during an iRacing event cost him his NASCAR Cup Series ride with Chip Ganassi Racing and his primary sponsors, the 27-year-old driver will return to racing Friday.According to NBC Sports, Larson will race the No. 57 sprint car he owns when the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series returns May 8 at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa. Retired NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne will also race at Knoxville for the sprint car team he owns.
THEY’VE inspired a host of people to get out and get fit.And most importantly they’ve inspired themselves.The keep fit fanatics at An Craoibhin in Termon excelled themselves on Saturday for their very own Operation Transformation 5k. The runners and walkers are listed below – each and every one a winner.Place Number Name Time Category1 322 Christopher Murray 00:18:47 SM 2 327 Johnny O’Doherty 00:20:05 SM3 347 Adie Gaffey 00:20:36 SM4 332 Mark O’Donnell 00:21:07 SM5 308 Thomas McBride 00:21:14 MM6 329 Frances Judge 00:21:18 MW7 318 Richard Raymond 00:21:27 MM 8 Ryan McFadden 00:21:39 JM9 328 Seamus Gallagher 00:21:41 MM10 352 Andy McFadden 00:22:00 MM11 353 Trevor Gorman 00:23:50 MM 12 313 Joe McDaid 00:23:54 MM13 305 Noel McBride 00:24:00 MM14 307 Susan McBride 00:24:16 MW15 315 Fiona McLaughlin 00:24:44 SW16 346 John Ferry 00:24:46 MM17 331 Colette McElwaine 00:24:55 MW18 355 Laura Corbirt 00:25:17 MW19 303 John McNamara 00:25:23 MM20 309 Orla McBride 00:25:56 MW21 301 Mairead Giles 00:25:59 SW22 340 Agnes Ryan 00:26:10 MW23 359 Lee O’Donnell 00:26:33 SM24 330 Jackie Ireland 00:27:26 MW25 361 John Curran 00:27:38 MM26 362 Colm McDaid 00:27:38 MM27 Unregistered 00:28:19 #N/A28 354 Sally McFadden 00:28:20 MW29 348 Noreen Trearty 00:28:38 MW30 306 Eileen Dugganq 00:28:44 MW31 321 Maria Murray 00:28:46 SW32 351 Ann Kelly 00:29:00 MW33 343 Patricia McGrenra 00:29:01 SW34 350 Maureen Gallagher 00:29:10 MW35 304 Geraldine Flood 00:29:11 MW36 310 Amanda Quinn 00:29:12 MW37 311 Ann Marie Darmady 00:29:13 MW38 317 James Greene 00:29:37 MM39 358 David Bonner 00:29:38 SM40 334 Leona Martin 00:29:41 SW41 333 Tanya Carson 00:29:42 SW42 314 Shaun Douglas 00:30:10 MM43 319 Kate Murphy 00:30:18 SW44 320 Breda McGeever 00:30:20 SW45 316 Marjarie Russell 00:30:54 MW46 302 Tricia Fitzpatrick 00:30:59 MW47 341 Sheenagh McGeehan 00:31:12 SW48 344 Geraldine Gibbons 00:31:14 MW49 338 Josie Gallagher 00:31:31 MW50 339 Bernie O’Donnell 00:31:32 MW51 312 Mary McDaid 00:32:52 MW52 345 Sheena Steward 00:33:12 MW53 325 Carol McElwaine 00:33:36 MW54 326 Michelle Doherty 00:33:42 MW55 323 Deborah McElwaine 00:33:43 SW56 324 Paula McElwaine 00:34:40 SW57 336 Siobhan McLaughlin 00:34:54 MW58 337 Mary Duddy 00:34:54 MW59 360 Cecellia Sheridan 00:35:03 SW60 342 Laura Friel 00:35:25 SW61 357 Carol Anne Boyle 00:38:00 SW62 Maura Mills 00:38:12 #N/A63 356 Siobhan Boyle 00:38:13 MW64 349 Eugene Trearty 00:38:18 MM65 335 Frances McBride 00:39:18 SWRESULTS FROM THE TERMON OPERATION TRANSFORMATION 5K was last modified: March 10th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:RESULTS FROM THE TERMON OPERATION TRANSFORMATION 5K