Full Schedule Roster Preview Just over two minutes later in the 12th minute (12:22), Bruce scored the eventual winner off an assist by freshman Alison Walls (Kansas City, Mo.). Bruce collected Walls’ pass and shot the ball from 18 yards out to the far post for her first goal of 2018. PDF Box Score “I felt Kelsie’s bravery and presence in the air was critical for us hanging on to our lead, especially when they threw numbers forward at the end,” Horner said. “Our center-backs were much tougher today and will grow more consistent on the ball in the next few weeks. If you breakdown the moments where we needed to demonstrate discipline, grit and putting our body in the way of the ball, or going to ground to win a tackle, we shined. We have a lot of room for improvement, but our mentality and competitiveness were tested today and we didn’t break. That is a foundation we can build from. We really felt it would be important to come home from this trip as a better version of ourselves. through these two games our players took a lot of information on board both from successful moments and errors. We have a short turnaround after a travel day to prepare for Big 12 opponent, Kansas State, a game which will undoubtedly put us in a position to be focused from the start and eliminate some of our collective mistakes if we are going to have success.” “It was again a disappointing start for us today, but we instantly regrouped and got better throughout the first half,” said head coach Lindsey Horner. “Today was the first time this season that numerous individuals shined for sustained periods of time in their position. Collectively, we were much better at recognizing some of the cues we have been teaching in order for us to play as more of a unit, which is the nature of an early season game.” ESPN3 at Kansas State 8/23/2018 – 6 PM Next Game: Live Stats Story Links Drake (1-1-0), which fell behind 1-0 after a goal by Fresno State (1-1-0) in the third minute, answered quickly with goals from sophomores Olivia Bruce (Lakeville, Minn.) and Sam Nosler (Westfield, Ind.). It is the first career goal for Nosler, who stole the ball from the Fresno State Bulldogs, and sent her shot from the top of the box past the goalkeeper for the equalizer in the 10th minute (10:08). Drake continues its road trip with a match at Kansas State on Aug. 23. First kick against the Wildcats is set for 7 p.m. and it will be broadcast on ESPN3. Print Friendly Version Sophomore goalkeeper Kelsie Stone (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) finished with five saves for the second-straight match. Stone made several key stops late in the match as Fresno State scrambled for the equalizer, including a save with just two seconds left in the game off a Bulldogs’ header coming off a corner kick. Nosler and junior Annie Schmitz (St. Louis, Mo.) led the Bulldogs’ offensively with two shots on goal each. Watch Live MISSOULA, Mont. – The Drake University women’s soccer team rallied for a 2-1 win over Fresno State Sunday, Aug. 19 at the Montana Cup.
Para os entusiastas do golfe, a África do Sul e um destino maravilhoso – e isto e um eufemismo. O pais usufrui de um clima ideal para passar tempo ao ar livre sob o brilhante sol africano e quando se fala de percursos, os golfistas sentem-se aqui abençoados por tanta escolha.Se gosta do desafio de um campo de golfe junto ao mar tem um imenso leque por onde escolher; mas se prefere jogar em altitude, onde as bolas voam muito mais longe, as escolhas continuam a ser muito boas.Talvez o campo de golfe mais famoso de toda a África do Sul seja o Gary Player Country Club, em Sun City, onde se realiza o Nedbank Golf Challenge, que oferece o maior premio de qualquer torneio de golfe do mundo.No entanto, existem muitos outros campos de golfe de nomeada e de classe que receberam tanto o Torneio PGA Europeu como o Sunshine Tour local, alem de outros nao menos excelentes.A África do Sul produziu alguns golfistas do mais elevado calibre, como Gary Player, Bobby Locke, Ernie Els, Retief Goosen e Trevor Immelman – todos grandes campeoes – e quando experimentar alguns dos campos que temos para lhe oferecer, vai entender o porque.Comece ja a planear o seu safari de golf!Os cinco melhores campos de golfe da África do SulLeopard CreekConsiderado o melhor campo de golfe sul africano e o 25º do mundo fora dos EUA pela Golf Digest USA, Leopard Creek esta situado na orla do mundialmente famoso Parque Nacional Kruger. O projecto de Gary Player tira vantagem da paisagem natural ao mesmo tempo que protege os jogadores com a ajuda de tecnicas inovadoras de arquitectura e paisagisticas.Gary Player Country ClubOnde se realiza o Nedbank Challenge, o Gary Player Country Club, em Sun City, na provincia do Noroeste, tem dois buracos que se classificaram na lista do Golf Online entre os 500 melhores buracos de golfe, tendo a Golf Digest USA classificado o percurso em 29º lugar do mundo fora dos EUA.Wild Coast Country ClubDesenhado pelo mundialmente famoso Robert Trent Jones, o percurso tem como pano de fundo o Oceano Indico, tornando-o de uma beleza extraordinaria – mas que castiga os que nao estao habituados a grandes irregularidades de terreno. O buraco que distingue o clube e o par-tres treze, que foi incluido entre os 500 melhores buracos do mundo pela Golf Online.Fancourt Holte, Country Club e Golf EstateSituado na pitoresca parte sul do Cabo, o campo de golfe The Links do Fancourt Hotel foi o anfitriao de um memoravel confronto na Presidents Cup 2003 (Taça do Presidente) entre os EUA e a Equipa Internacional, assim como da Taça Mundial Feminina de Golfe inaugural em 2005. Classificado 59º no mundo fora dos EUA pela Golf Digest USA, o percurso e unico na África do Sul. O projecto de Gary Player fez um conjunto absolutamente deslumbrante, com 700.000 metros cubicos de terra removida para criar um estilo tipicamente Links onde antes fora um terreno meramente plano.Durban Country ClubFoi o campo que mais Campeonatos Open Sul Africanos recebeu, com uma lista de vencedores que incluem os nomes de Gary Player, Bobby Locke, Bob Charles, Ernie Els e Tim Clark. Construido em zona pantanal rodeado de altas dunas, o percurso funde-se na paisagem que o rodeia, ondulante ao longo da costa maritima a curta distancia do Oceano Índico. A Golf Digest USA classificou-o em 62º lugar no mundo fora dos EUA e tres dos seus buracos foram incluidos na lista dos 500 top+ da Golf Online.Reporter infoSA
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Hundreds filled the Archie Griffin Ballroom at The Ohio State University’s Student Union Thursday night to take part in one of the great traditions of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The 62nd Annual CFAES Student Recognition Banquet was themed “Should Have Seen It In Color” and took time to acknowledge those faculty, staff, students, and organizations of the College that made an outstanding impression in the past school year.“Tonight at the CFAES Recognition Program, we honored students, staff, and faculty for their outstanding achievements throughout the year,” said Stacie Seger, student chair of the banquet. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for everyone to come together in terms of our family, community members, donors, and supporters to really join around and celebrate the wonderful things our students are doing here in the college.”The Buckeye Decade Dancers on the dance floorThe banquet is also seen as a last hurrah for seniors soon to graduate from OSU. Seger is one of the Class of 2015.“I’m so thankful to be a part of the CFAES family,” she said. “It was a little challenging this evening to say goodbye and sing Carmen Ohio for that final time with my fellow classmates.“This college and this university have really shaped me into the individual that I am today and I’m so excited to start that new chapter. I’m truly a Buckeye for life.”The Buckeye Dairy Club won the 2015 Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization AwardMaurice Eastridge is a professor and Extension dairy specialist for Ohio State and was recognized with multiple awards for his devotion to students. He is also advisor of the Buckeye Dairy Club, this year’s winner of the Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization Award.“Kudos from me to the Buckeye Dairy Club for winning the Ed Johnson Outstanding Student Organization Award here tonight. It’s a great group of kids and it’s a pleasure to work with them,” Eastridge said. “I was a fortunate recipient of a couple of awards. I enjoy doing the academic advising and just interacting with the students. Fortunately tonight there was a couple of awards there on that behalf, but all the recognition goes to the students.”The graduating seniors of the Class of 2015Guests were also treated to the surprise appearance of the “Buckeye Decade Dancers,” a group comprised of students and staff moving to the beat of hits from throughout the decades.Here’s a look at some of those recognized at the banquet:Banquet Dedication – Ray and Linda MillerRodney F. Plimpton Teaching Award – Monica Giusti, Dept. of Food Science and TechnologyOutstanding Service to Students – Maurice Eastridge, Dept. of Animal Sciences and David Hahn, Dept. of AEDELee Johnston Leadership Awards – Alissa Finke, Megan FuerstOutstanding Academic Mentor Award – Maurice EastridgeCFAES Internship Awards – Kelly Fager, Kayla Starlin, Natalie Jurcak, Olimpia Ferguson, Ryan Riddle, and Jessica StacyMeritorious Service to Students – Natalie Bumgarner, Dept. of Plant Sciences and Ron Harris, Food Innovation CenterNew Activity Award – Collegiate CattleWomen’s Club at Ohio State, “Buckeyes for Beef”Gama Sigma Delta Scholarship – Caitlyn MullinsTowers Faculty Award – Mary Maloney, Dept. of Horticulture and Crop ScienceRay A. Miller Council Scholarships – Joey Brown, Jordan BonhamJill A. Pfister Outstanding First Year Students – Marina Sweet, Ashley RoseEd Johnson Outstanding Student Organization – Buckeye Dairy Club
Duterte wants probe of SEA Games mess Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES MOST READ ‘Rebel attack’ no cause for concern-PNP, AFP Aquino has plenty of reasons for his optimism, one of which is the composition of his team.“These are the best players that we have,” said Aquino, who also serves as program director of women’s basketball for the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP), Tuesday during the weekly PSA Forum at Amelie Hotel.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsJack Animam, Janine Pontejos, Afril Bernardino and Clare Castro will banner the team. Pontejos led the team in the 2018 Fiba World Cup 3×3.Aquino said the goal is to top the group and advance to the next phase. Catholic schools seek legislated pay hike, too Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:283 Maguindanao cops nabbed in drug bust facing dismissal01:55Cops raid Manila office of Bayan, nab 3 activists for guns, explosive02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Two-day strike in Bicol fails to cripple transport DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew “If we advance, then we will face the tougher teams like Japan, China and New Zealand,” said Aquino, who also calls the shots for undisputed UAAP champion National University.“You have to qualify to the main tournament. The goal is to make it there.” Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue MANILA, Philippines—Gilas Pilipinas women’s head coach Patrick Aquino likes his team’s chances ahead of its campaign in the Fiba 3×3 Asia Cup later this month in Changsha, China.ADVERTISEMENT Rondina’s parents nothing but grateful as they get to watch daughter live for UAAP Finals Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next View comments