CoSIDA Academic All-District/All-American selections and First Team All-Conference athletes who meet all-academic nomination criteria are automatically named First Team All-Academic. D Megan Rickert Houston Baptist So. Round Rock, Texas 4.00 Nursing F Juliana Ocampo Lamar Jr. Bogotá, Colombia 3.68 Management 2017 Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year: M.J. Eckart, Lamar D Nikki Schaaf McNeese Sr. Cypress, Texas 3.61 Nursing Southland Conference All-Academic Teams are voted upon by a head coach, sports information director and academic/compliance staff member from each school. Student-Athletes of the Year are voted upon by an awards committee which consists of one administrator from each member school. Voting for one’s own athletes is not permitted. 2017 Soccer All-Academic Second Team F Ashley Smith2 Central Arkansas Jr. Plano, Texas 3.81 Management MF M.J. Eckart*2 Lamar Sr. Flower Mound, Texas 4.00 Exercise Science F Dylan Owens* Abilene Christian Jr. Willard, Mo. 3.77 Advertising and Public Relations F Chloe Fifer2 Abilene Christian Sr. McKinney, Texas 3.87 Interdisciplinary Programs 2017 Soccer All-Academic First Team MF Ellee Hall2 Houston Baptist Sr. Uintah, Utah 3.55 Biology F Megan Baer Abilene Christian Sr. San Antonio, Texas 3.91 Communication Disorders MF Alex Moore2 Central Arkansas Sr. Yukon, Okla. 3.40 Nursing F Kaitlyn Joy^ A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. Dripping Springs, Texas 4.00 Environmental Science D Stacia Carroll* Central Arkansas Sr. South Jordan, Utah 3.71 Health Science/Physical Therapy F Madison Hall Stephen F. Austin Sr. Shreveport, La. 3.25 Kinesiology Eckart, a native of Flower Mound, Texas, holds a perfect 4.00 grade point average while majoring in exercise science. She was a First Team All-Southland Conference selection this season as well as an All-Tournament pick after the Cardinals’ championship run. Now a two-time all-academic honoree, Eckart was second on the team in goals scored (six) while playing 1,824 minutes. D Marie Lund* Lamar Sr. Bergen, Norway 3.38 General Business MF Hanna Barker* Stephen F. Austin Sr. Farmers Branch, Texas 3.23 Kinesiology Pos. Name School Cl. Hometown GPA Major F Taylor Pritchard Sam Houston State So. Helotes, Texas 3.76 Kinesiology D Carli Arthurs^% Stephen F. Austin So. Lewisville, Texas 4.00 Mathematics Pos. Name School Cl. Hometown GPA Major Four additional members of this year’s selections are also returning picks from the previous all-academic teams, including Abilene Christian’s Chloe Fifer and the Central Arkansas duo of Ashley Smith and Alex Moore. To be eligible for all-academic distinction, an athlete must hold a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average through the semester prior to the sport’s championship, completed at least one full academic year at the nominating school prior to the current season, and participated in at least 50 percent of the team’s competitions during the most recently completed season. Student-Athlete of the Year nominees must have hold at least a 3.20 GPA and have completed at least two years of athletic competition at the nominating school, including the current season. Abilene Christian and Lamar both lead with four selections. Central Arkansas and Stephen F. Austin each earned a trio of selections while Houston Baptist, Northwestern State and Sam Houston State all earned a pair. McNeese and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi each collected one all-academic spot. MF Beryl Smith Sam Houston State Sr. The Woodlands, Texas 4.00 Food Science and Nutrition MF Jayden Wheeler Northwestern State So. Heath, Texas 4.00 Education FRISCO, Texas – Lamar senior midfielder M.J. Eckart is the 2017 Southland Conference Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year, the league announced Thursday in conjunction with the All-Academic First and Second Teams. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition. D Shay Johnson Abilene Christian So. Coppell, Texas 3.90 Communication Disorders GK Lauren Lovejoy Lamar Sr. Port Neches, Texas 3.25 Kinesiology GK Alex Latham Northwestern State Sr. Bradenton, Fla. 3.84 Accounting Stephen F. Austin’s Carli Arthurs and Kaitlyn Joy of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi both earned automatic selections by virtue of national CoSIDA academic recognition. Joy was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team while Arthurs was honored with selection to the all-district list and was the Southland’s lone Academic All-American representative, earning third team distinction. * Automatic selection; First Team All-Conference^ Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-District% Automatic selection; CoSIDA Third Team Academic All-American2 Two-time All-Academic selection# At-Large Selection
Corpus Christi hit .327 for the night with senior middle blocker Madeline Doud leading the charge, going .591 for the match with 15 kills. Three more Islanders record double figure numbers with sophomore outside hitter Madison Green putting 12 kills to her name and freshman outside hitter Chloe Simon and junior middle blocker Madison Fitzsimmons each with 11. Senior setter Kristyn Nicholson ended the night with 50 assists along with seven kills, five digs and one service ace. The Bearkats’ Brooke White recorded a double-double behind 14 digs and 11 kills while junior middle blocker Taylor Cunningham led all Sam Houston hitters with 14 kills. Junior setter Jaclyn Ward was a kill shy of a double-double, dishing out 36 assists for the match. Set ThreeAfter leading the entire set, the Bearkats found themselves down by a point to the Islanders at 19-18. From there on it became a point exchange between the two teams with Sam Houston tying it at 19 all but never leading by more than two points before winning it 25-23. At 23-23, Ward again took the attack herself to record her third kill of the set and move to seven on the night followed by Vaughn claiming her third of the set to end it. Both teams had their best hitting of the match so far with Sam Houston hitting .500 to the Islanders’ .379. The Islanders’ Madeline Doud hit .833, downing five kills on six attacks.VB: Vaughn’s kill ends 25-23 win for @BearkatsVB in set 3. @IslandersVB lead trimmed to 2-1. Watch set 4 now on https://t.co/FDWfnDejSt. pic.twitter.com/mKyZEiNOVQ— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) November 18, 2017 Set OneEarly in the set, it was a back-and-forth battle between Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and Sam Houston State with teams tying eight teams in the first 22 points given in the night. With the teams tied at 11-11, the Islanders put together three straight points to go up 14-11 and begin breaking away from the Bearkats. Up 20-18, Corpus Christi scored four consecutive points to get ahead 24-18. Sam Houston setter Jaclyn Ward record her fourth kill of the set before Chloe Simon put the set away with her fourth kill. The Islanders hit .341 for the set with six players tallying a kill while Sam Houston’s Jordyn Vaughn and Taylor Cunningham each got four kills.VB: Simon’s kill completes @islandersvb 25-19 win in 1st set. Can @bearkatsvb even it up? Watch https://t.co/FDWfnDejSt or Southland app. pic.twitter.com/VuDTeQZYXo— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) November 18, 2017 The Islanders advance to play against No. 2 in the semifinals on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. on the Southland Digital Network. CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – No. 3 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi bested No. 6 Sam Houston State 3-1 (25-19, 25-20, 23-25, 25-17) at home Friday in the last quarterfinal match of the 2017 Southland Volleyball Tournament in Corpus Christi, Texas. The victory extended the Islanders win streak to six as the back-to-back tournament champions continues their quest for a three-peat. Set TwoMadison Green’s left-handed swing ended the fifth set for a 25-20. She joined Simon and Madison Fitzsimmons for four kills in the set. Unlike the set before, Corpus Christi never lost the lead after starting the second set on a 10-5 run. Although the Islanders recorded just a .184 hitting clip for the set, the Corpus Christi defense held Sam Houston to .031. Ashley Lewis was the leader in kills for the Bearkats with four. Set FourAfter Corpus Christi let Sam Houston within one at 11-10, the Islanders scored five straight to take a 16-10 lead and carry momentum toward a 25-17 in the fourth set to win the match. Doud led all hitters with six kills on seven attacks for a .857 hitting percentage as her Islanders hit a team best for the night at .412. Nicholson recorded 11 assists for the set and added three kills and a dig while the Islander compiled 20 digs and two blocks.VB: @IslandersVB advances to Southland semifinal round, 3-1 winners over @BearkatsVB. Islanders vs. @UCAVball, 2:30 pm CT Saturday. pic.twitter.com/tHdrJzdki8— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) November 18, 2017
FRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian’s Briahna Gerlach and Stephen F. Austin’s Madison Pecot are the Southland Conference Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week, the league announced Wednesday. Southland Athletes of the Week are presented by MidSouthBank.com.Gerlach competed in the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Oliver Jackson Twilight for the Wildcats in Abilene, Texas, over the weekend. The sophomore clocked in at 11:09.42 for a first-place finish and the Southland’s fourth-fastest performance of the season in the running event. Gerlach topped the second-place finisher by one minute en route to producing Abilene Christian’s seventh-fastest steeplechase performance in program history.Pecot cleared the bar at 14-2.5 feet in the pole vault for the Ladyjacks at the Texas A&M Alumni Muster in College Station, Texas, this past weekend. The senior topped the field with a first-place finish, while registering the NCAA’s fifth best pole vault mark of the 2019 season.The awards mark the first of the season for both Gerlach and Pecot.Southland competitors will now shift their attention to the 2019 Southland Outdoor Championship, beginning Friday, May 3. The conference meet will be hosted by Northwestern State in Natchitoches, La.Women’s Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week – Briahna Gerlach, Abilene Christian – So. – Gakona, AlaskaSophomore Briahna Gerlach clocked the school’s seventh-fastest time in the 3,000-meter steeplechase with an 11:09.42. Her performance earned her first-place honors at the Oliver Jackson Twilight Open in Abilene, Texas and claimed the Southland’s fourth-fastest time in the steeplechase this season.Honorable Mention: 4×400-meter Relay Team, Stephen F. Austin (Imani Nave, Aaliyah Teel, Dominique Jackson, Cayla Burch).Women’s Outdoor Field Athlete of the Week – Madison Pecot, Stephen F. Austin – Sr. – Hallsville, TexasPecot cleared 4.33m (14-2.5 feet) in the pole vault on Saturday, winning the event and registering the fifth-best mark in the NCAA for the season. Pecot’s performance stands as the best in the Southland Conference this season, heading into the 2019 Southland Outdoor Championships.Honorable Mention: Megan Kirby, Abilene Christian.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 at least 25 percent of ballots.
FRISCO, Texas – Nicholls’ Omo Oboh and New Orleans’ Danielle Lorenz are the Southland Conference Women’s Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week, the league announced Wednesday.Oboh completed opening weekend for the Colonels with her debut in the 60-meter hurdles and a career-best mark in the 400m dash. The Missouri City, Texas, product competed at the LSU Purple Tiger Invitational in Baton Rouge, La., registering a 59.33 in the 400m race and an 8.89 in the 60m hurdles.Lorenz capped a second-place performance in the shot put for the Privateers at the LSU Purple Tiger meet with a 47-10 (14.58 meters) toss.Women’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Week – Omo Oboh, Nicholls – So. – Missouri City, TexasOboh composed a career day in the Colonels’ season opener at the LSU Purple Tiger, notching a career-best in the 400m dash (59.33s). She also secured the program’s No. 2 all-time performance in her 60m Hurdle debut with an 8.89 finish.Honorable Mention: Shamara Shannon, New Orleans.Women’s Indoor Field Athlete of the Week – Danielle Lorenz, New Orleans – Sr. – Dardanelle, Ark.Lorenz took second place honors in the shot put at the LSU Purple Tiger Invitational with a 47-10 (14.58m) throw. The mark ranks second in the Southland so far this season and stands at No. 62 overall in the nation.Honorable Mention: Chelsea Harrington, Nicholls; LaTyria Jefferson, Northwestern State.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 at least 25 percent of ballots.
Mauricio Pochettino asked about the performances of Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen after Champions League draw with Olympiacos 🎂 Atleti Family, be sure to wish @trippier2 a happy birthday! 😉🎉 The Englishman turns 29 today! 🎁😀 Have a great one, Kieran! 🙌🏼#AúpaAtleti pic.twitter.com/PJFxzX8Ii7— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) September 19, 2019 SPURS fans regretted letting Kieran Trippier go as the Atletico Madrid defender starred against Juventus last night.The right-back, 29 today, put in a fine display to keep Cristiano Ronaldo off the scoresheet – and then set up the late equaliser.3 Kieran Trippier put in a strong performance for Atletico Madrid against Juventus, setting up the late equaliserCredit: Getty Images – GettyTrippier was a constant threat down the Atletico right, with Diego Simeone using him almost as a winger and a full-back with Koke drifting infield.The result was seven chances created – more than any other player in the Champions League this week – and six crosses from open play.But crucially the most important of his 96 touches was the corner in the 90th minute which Hector Herrera headed past Wojciech Szczesny to rescue Atleti a point from 2-0 down.And it left Tottenham fans questioning why the club did not hold on to the England man, especially with Serge Aurier and Juan Foyth unavailable to take on Olympiakos.Trippier insists he was pushed out by manager Mauricio Pochettino and chairman Daniel Levy before Poch hit back that before signing, the full-back was a second-division player.Some supporters on Twitter could not resist blaming Juventus’ goals on the former Burnley man but one wrote: “Trippier having a masterclass in the big league. And we sold this man smh.”Another said: “Trippier had one bad season like a lot of players do. People gave him s***! Trippier was a good player and would still be better then aurier and KWP.”A third tweeted: “We’re playing a centre-back, who’s not even that good at centre-back, at right-back. You, as they say, love to see it.”And a final fan fumed: “Trippier pocketing Ronaldo whilst we have to witness Sanchez get spun round like a yo-yo at every given opportunity.”3 Ex-Spurs man Trippier managed to keep Cristiano Ronaldo off the scoresheet in a Champions League matchCredit: AFP or Licensors3 Trippier, left, was acting like a winger against Juventus while Davinson Sanchez, right, played a more reserved roleCredit: Opta Meanwhile, we’re playing a centre-back, who’s not even that good at centre-back, at right-back. You, as they say, love to see it. https://t.co/iWh7k3Gzq4— Joe Lewis’ Yacht Collection (@bankruptspurs) September 19, 2019 Latest Champions League newsREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’CITY SITUATIONChampions Lg & Europa Lg to be played in ONE host city from quarters onwardREDS TEST2005 Champions League final quiz – How well do you remember Istanbul 15 years on?CRYING SHAMEPoch couldn’t stop crying after CL final as he talks for first time since axeEUR JOKINGCity, Chelsea & Man U’s dreams in jeopardy as govt impose quarantine on arrivalsRevealedLUK RAN OUTLukaku says he will NEVER forgive Chelsea flop AVB for 2012 Champ League axeRevealedRUSSIAN ROULETTEMan Utd’s 2008 Champions League Moscow heroes and where they are nowSpurs also drew 2-2 in their opening Champions League game of the season – but unlike Atletico they squandered a 2-0 lead.Davinson Sanchez was deployed at right-back but put in just two crosses and created one chance.He was slightly more solid defensively with two tackles to Trippier’s one and, unlike his former team-mate, made one block.Trippier having a masterclass in the big league. And we sold this man smh pic.twitter.com/7fFoyZWZjg— rat a tat tat (@THFCgod) September 19, 2019 Trippier pocketing Ronaldo whilst we have to witness Sanchez get spun round like a yo-yo at every given oppotunity. https://t.co/ea8mkrCDqt— Hotspur Edition (@HotspurEdition) September 18, 2019
In what was an end-to-end affair despite dour Eden Park conditions, a try-happy Blues outfit ran in eight five-pointers to four and appeared likely to cut through a meek Cheetahs defensive line at every opportunity.All Blacks hopeful Rieko Ioane ran riot, scoring two tries and setting up another, while midfielder George Moala did his Test prospects no harm in a classy display.Loose forward Steven Luatua also impressed as an all-action blindside.Despite the bonus-point win, the Blues remain pinned to the bottom of the New Zealand conference, but puts plenty of pressure on the fourth-placed Highlanders ahead of their clash with the Bulls in Pretoria.It also increases the Blues’ chances of sneaking in to the final top eight, as they jet off to Cape Town for a clash with the Stormers.Despite their reputation for running rugby, the Cheetahs could only find joy through the set piece and nabbed three of their four tries via mauls.”We struggled a little bit with their driving maul, but outside of that we’re relatively happy,” Blues captain James Parsons said.”That’s probably the only area of concern – we’ll enjoy the small wins (and) celebrate tonight, but we’re on the early flight tomorrow.”The two sides traded tries in the opening 20 minutes, as Ioane responded to Francois Venter and Scott Scrafton to Torsten van Jaarsveld.Akira Ioane then broke a brittle Cheetahs left-edge defence to stroll over and put his side in front in the 23rd minute, before lock Patrick Tuipulotu swirled out of two tackles to motor home 10 minutes later.The Blues were forced to switch first-fives after the break with Piers Francis limping off for Ihaia West, but kept their foot on the accelerator.Further tries to Luatua, halfback Augustine Pulu and Rieko Ioane put the result to bed, before a breakaway Melani Nanai score was sandwiched by two mauling efforts from replacement Cheetahs rake Elandre Huggett.”We knew we had to fire up, not do what we did against the Waratahs (concede late points), score first and make sure we put scoreboard pressure back on,” Parsons said.”I thought we did that quite well, especially exiting our own half.”
It was a game that had everything at stake including bragging rights as champion netballers in the Central Province.But it was Central who turned up ready to play taking a 12-9 lead from the first quarter and maintaining it to the end.By the third quarter, the traffic was all one way as Central’s two shooters Naolyn Mahuta and Keleni Ipai scored at will.Signs of fatigue were showing in both teams by the fourth quarter but Central continued to pile on the points until the final whistle.Mahuta who plays at goal shooter was the better of the two shooters, scoring 31 goals from 48 attempts. The win was made extra sweet for Central who picked up three individual awards in the U21 division: Ipai won the best shooter, Vele Walo won best defender and Mahutu won the Most Valuable Player award.
The Liverpool caresses the title of the Premier after winning this Sunday 2-0 at United. The second goal came with a perfect backlash that culminated Salah after a measured pass of Alisson, the goalkeeper net. He crossed the entire field to celebrate the goal with the Egyptian in the midst of the revelry of Anfield, who lives in a continuous party. @LFC ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>@LFC
They were able to inaugurate the Darder, spur, and Budimir marker, knocked out by Cabrera. Also Calleri, in a goal saved by Reina, like Valjent before De Tomás hit the net a death pass from the ‘10’ parakeet. The attacks were as aggressive as the defenses were indolent, as if they were handling a time bomb to explode.But the ‘summum’ of the nerves came with the penalty that Mateu Lahoz pointed out about Budimir but that the VAR, in charge of Martínez Munuera, annulled because before the ball had left the bottom line. Cornellà celebrated it almost as a rehearsal for his own goal.And it would come around the game time, in a stolen ball on the left by Dídac, who focused on Darder serving as a tray the head of the relentless Thomas, who had the 2-0 (which would have matched the particular scoring goal) on a double occasion with Darder who broke up Reina.He managed with some ease the advantage of Espanyol against a Mallorca that lost control with the change of the expert Salva Sevilla, although he came to hang around the tie in Budimir’s head. The first of many endings awaiting. Espanyol announces that it was preferable to spend the money in the winter market to have to do it in Second. 20 million Chen Yansheng invested in Raúl de Tomás, the most expensive signing in its history. And time is giving the right to the parakeet owner, while taking it away from romantic football. There is no match in which the forward does not score, and there are already five between LaLiga and the Copa del Rey. And today was not worth three points, but six, against a Mallorca that continues to mark the permanence but which equals points.Tons of tranquilizers would have been distributed in Cornellà-El Prat (in the stands and even on the lawn) in the first section of the meeting had a pharmacy been installed in the stadium. The starter was astonishing, as if instead of a duel for the permanence a match was won that won the one that scored the first goal as soon as possible.
In seven months of competition, Thibaut Courtois has traveled through all moods. Of the unsafety at the beginning of the season fueled by statistics (nine goals conceded in the first five games) and by the shadow of Keylor Navas, goalkeeper of the three Champions followed by PSG, he went to the frustration to feel pointed after the win of the PSG (3-0) and whistled in the Bernabéu against Bruges (he conceded two goals and stayed in the locker room at rest for some stomach discomfort). After, reborn with merit stops and zero goals, acting as a hero against Valencia (he headed in the discount a corner that opened the way for a draw to one of Benzema) and in the Supercopa of Spain (fantastic during the final against Atleti, Thomas was penalized in the batch and gave the title to Madrid). And when I was in full physical, psychological and with an outstanding service sheet, against Levante doubts returned in Morales’ goal, where he was inexplicably seen to shrug his arms.For Courtois, the turning point of his season came on October 22 in Istanbul, when Madrid won the Galatasaray (0-1). Before that meeting, he felt on the target after the wreck of Madrid in Mallorca (1-0), in that game against Bruges where he did not play the second half for an indisposition (2-2) and in the debacle of Paris ( 3-0). In addition, in the other games he did not offer that image of ‘miracle goalkeeper’ so of Real Madrid. But in Ali Sami Yen, Courtois fell apart. “Against Bruges we got a point that was key to classify us. But against Galatasaray I got a‘ click. ‘Suddenly I had that feeling that no one surpassed me. Then Roberto Martínez, the coach, told me: ‘There I have seen the Thibaut of the World Cup again,” said the Real Madrid goalkeeper in statements at Proximus Sport. That night in Turkey stopped all the auction shots that came to him and sent a message outside the field: “I am the goalkeeper that I am and I never doubted myself. I know where I am and I am only interested in constructive criticism.” After the match in Turkey, Courtois only conceded 10 goals in 19 games (0.5) and registered eleven ‘goals to zero’. Contrast with the 12 goals in nine clashes that precede the appointment against Galatasaray (1,3) and only twice unbeaten. The Belgian was one of the pillars of that streak of 21 games without losing that Madrid had. “The important thing for me is not to show doubts; I will not shake my defense either, ”he said. Some doubts that seem to have returned in the last two games, where those of Zidane have lost five points (2-2 against Celta and defeat 1-0 against Levante), at the least opportune moment of the season. JAVIER GANDUL & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Courtois, against Galatasaray.JAVIER GANDUL (DAILY AS)