FRISCO, Texas – Central Arkansas senior forward Camille Bassett is the 2018 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.A native of Vista, Calif., Bassett holds a 3.51 grade point average while majoring in communication science and disorders. She completes the sweep of the league’s top two awards after taking home Player of the Year honors in 2018. Now a two-time all-academic honoree, Bassett was also named Forward of the Year, finishing as the league leader in goals (9), points (21) and points per game (1.75) in conference play.The Bears and Abilene Christian both lead with five honorees. Houston Baptist earned a trio of selections while Lamar, Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin all each had two selected. McNeese, Southeastern Louisiana and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi each collected one all-academic spot.Stephen F. Austin’s Carli Arthurs earned an automatic selection as a Second Team Academic All-American, the second academic All-America honor of her career. Northwestern State’s Jayden Wheeler and Ashley Hamilton of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi both earned automatic selections as members of the CoSIDA Academic All-District team.Six members of this year’s selections are repeat honorees from past all-academic teams, including Bassett, Wheeler, Arthurs, Lamar’s Juliana Ocampo and Houston Baptist’s Megan Rickert.Southland Conference All-Academic Teams are voted upon by the 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.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.CoSIDA Academic All-District/All-American selections and First Team All-Conference athletes who meet all-academic nomination criteria are automatically named all-academic.2018 Soccer Student-Athlete of the Year: Camille Bassett, Central Arkansas2018 Soccer All-Academic First Team MF Ashley Hamilton^ A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. Dallas, Texas 4.00 Biology F Christina Cutura Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Pearl River, La. 3.50 Health Education & Promotion MF Hadley Dickinson* Central Arkansas So. Cabot, Ark. 3.16 Undecided F Lucy Ashworth# Lamar So. Wigan, England 3.50 Nutrition MF Rachel Palet McNeese Jr. Plano, Texas 3.90 Exercise Science MF Juliana Ocampo*2 Lamar Sr. Bogota, Colombia 3.66 Exercise Science MF Jayden Wheeler^2 Northwestern State Jr. Rockwall, Texas 4.00 Elementary Education GK Lauren Mercuri* Central Arkansas Sr. Gig Harbor, Wash. 3.17 Marketing Pos. Name School Cl. Hometown GPA Major D Kristen Ricks* Central Arkansas Sr. Keller, Texas 3.33 Broadcast Journalism D Baylii Bieke* Houston Baptist Sr. Little Elm, Texas 3.17 Psychology Pos. Name School Cl. Hometown GPA Major D Megan Rickert2 Houston Baptist Jr. Round Rock, Texas 4.00 Nursing D Michelle Mulrooney* Abilene Christian Jr. Lodi, Calif. 3.38 Management F Sabriah Spencer Houston Baptist Sr. Brampton, Ontario 3.07 International Business * Automatic selection; First Team All-Conference^ Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-District% Automatic selection; CoSIDA Academic All-American2 Two-time All-Academic selection# At-Large Selection F Savannah Tidd Central Arkansas Jr. Peoria, Ariz. 3.95 Biology F Camille Bassett*2 Central Arkansas Sr. Vista, Calif. 3.51 Communication Science & Disorders MF Sophie Standifer# Abilene Christian Sr. Southlake, Texas 3.94 Teaching Mathematics F April Trowbridge Northwestern State Sr. Halifax, Nova Scotia 3.68 Psychology D Caity Acosta Abilene Christian Sr. Albuquerque, N.M. 3.93 Communication Science & Disorders 2018 Soccer All-Academic Second Team MF Sophia Fondren Stephen F. Austin So. Frisco, Texas 3.90 Kinesiology GK Rachel Johnson Abilene Christian Sr. Coppell, Texas 3.63 Kinesiology D Carli Arthurs^%2 Stephen F. Austin Jr. Lewisville, Texas 4.00 Mathematics F Dylan Owens2 Abilene Christian Sr. Willard, Mo. 3.79 Advertising and Public Relations
24 734 Oakland Athletics Trayson Kubo Stephen F. Austin 10 288 Baltimore Orioles Jordan Cannon Sam Houston State Other notable selections include the Chicago Cubs drafting the league’s F.L. McDonald Postgraduate Scholarship recipient and McNeese pitcher Bryan King in the 30th round. In the 38th round, the Astros scooped up Lamar infielder JC Correa, the brother of current Astros’ star Carlos Correa. 31 922 Detroit Tigers Bryce Tassin Southeastern Louisiana 11 340 Cleveland Indians Nick Mikolajchak Sam Houston State 21 644 Oakland Athletics Shane Selman McNeese 9 263 San Diego Padres Jason Blanchard Lamar 30 906 Seattle Mariners Cody Grosse Southeastern Louisiana 30 912 Chicago Cubs Bryan King McNeese Northwestern State, Lamar, Stephen F. Austin and Southeastern Louisiana each totaled two picks, while Central Arkansas, New Orleans and Abilene Christian each garnered one selection.Alex Palmer, the conference’s Newcomer of the Year, was picked up by the Houston Astros in the 20th round, followed shortly by Relief Pitcher of the Year Reeves Martin, who went to the Seattle Mariners 20 picks later. Southland Player of the Year Luis Trevino rounded out the league’s crop of draft picks, going in the final round to the Tampa Bay Rays. 27 822 Chicago Cubs Cayne Ueckert McNeese Among the 20 draft choices, 12 toed the rubber for Southland institutions, beginning with Northwestern State’s Nathan Jones in the fifth round (148th overall) to the New York Mets. Sam Houston State, Stephen F. Austin and McNeese all led the way with two hurlers each getting the call. 40 1208 Tampa Bay Rays Luis Trevino Abilene Christian In all, the Bearkats and Cowboys led all Southland schools with four picks each. For McNeese, it marked the first year in program history that it garnered four selections. Sam Houston State earned four picks for the third time in the last six years. 21 632 Arizona Diamondbacks Dustin Lacaze Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jones was joined by fellow day-two choices Hayden Wesneski of Sam Houston State, who went in the sixth round (195th overall) to the Mets’ Subway Series-foe, the New York Yankees, along with Lamar’s Jason Blanchard (ninth round, 263rd overall, San Diego Padres) and SHSU’s Jordan Cannon (10th round, 288th overall, Baltimore Orioles). Round Pick Team Name School This marks the first year since 2011 that the league has produced at least 20 selections and ranks as the fifth-most in league history. The Southland had 25 picks in both 2011 and 1995, 24 in 2004 and 21 in 2009. 21 636 Seattle Mariners Reeves Martin New Orleans 26 780 Philadelphia Phillies Hunter Hearn Sam Houston State 6 195 New York Yankees Hayden Wesneski Sam Houston State SECAUCUS, N.J. – The Southland Conference was well-represented in this week’s 2019 MLB Draft with 20 student-athletes hearing their names called over the 40-round event that began Monday and concluded Wednesday evening. 23 696 Oakland Athletics Caleb Ricca Northwestern State 5 148 New York Mets Nathan Jones Northwestern State The Oakland Athletics expressed the biggest interest in Southland Conference talent with the most picks of any franchise, drafting three players from the league in a span of 90 picks. The A’s selected McNeese outfielder Shane Selman, Northwestern State infielder Caleb Ricca and Stephen F. Austin pitcher Trayson Kubo. 25 752 Arizona Diamondbacks Carson Maxwell McNeese 20 616 Houston Astros Alex Palmer Stephen F. Austin 20 589 Kansas City Royals Cody Davenport Central Arkansas 38 1156 Houston Astros JC Correa Lamar 2019 Southland Conference MLB Draft Picks
15% 17% 13% 25% Kent Desormeaux47 22% SANTA ANITA STATISTICS 0 9 55% TRAINING LEADER O’NEILL EYES MAIDEN WIN IN STAKESDoug O’Neill, holding a comfortable 19-14 lead over Richard Baltas in pursuit of his fifth overall Santa Anita training title, hopes to increase his margin when he sends out maiden Parsimony in Sunday’s $150,000 Cinema Stakes for three-year-olds at 1 1/8 miles on turf.A Pennsylvania-bred son of Dominus owned by O’Neill’s principal client J. Paul Reddam, Parsimony last raced April 6, finishing 14th in the Grade II Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland after prompting the pace early on.In two prior races on turf at Santa Anita, however, the gray gave a good account of himself with a second and a fourth.“The horse is doing well and with a short field, we felt it was an opportunity to see if he can break his maiden in a stakes,” O’Neill said.Meanwhile, Jeff Bonde is hopeful the added furlong will benefit King of Speed in the Cinema. The chestnut son of Jimmy Creed closed ground to be fourth in the restricted Singletary at one mile on April 28, his first race in just over two months.“He kind of had a boxed in trip last time,” the trainer said. “The extra eighth should help him a lot. He can run all day. We’re hoping the extra yardage can make a difference.”The Cinema, race five of nine with a 1 p.m. first post time: More Ice, Mike Smith, 9-2; Gregorian Chant, Flavien Prat, 2-1; $4,000 supplemental nominee Rijeka, Ruben Fuentes, 8-1; Parsimony, Mario Gutierrez, 6-1; King of Speed, Victor Espinoza, 4-1; and Neptune’s Storm, Drayden Van Dyke, 7-5.SINGLE TICKET RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT AT $895,108For the 24th consecutive racing day, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot went unsolved on Friday, resulting in a hefty Jackpot carryover of $895,108 into Saturday’s nine-race program.With $109,773 in “new” money wagered, Friday’s total Rainbow Six pool reached $979,748 and although there was no Single Ticket winner, there were 81 consolation tickets with six winners, each worth $728.60.Approximate post time for today’s fourth race which begins the Rainbow Six is 2:31 p.m.TOMORROW IS ‘TIM CONWAY DAY’ IN ARCADIATomorrow is “Tim Conway Day” in the City of Arcadia and the late comedic giant will be memorialized with a race named in his honor at Santa Anita, following which, Tim Conway, Jr. will be presented with a proclamation from the city in a Winner’s Circle ceremony.“I can’t think of a better place for all of us to come visit Dad’s money than right here at The Great Race Place,” said Tim Jr., who hosts the popular “Tim Conway Jr. Show” weeknights from 6 to 10 p.m. on KFI, AM 640.“Although he seldom cashed, he had so many great moments here, and at Hollywood Park and Del Mar. I truly believe he’d be thrilled to know that a bunch of us are going to be getting together and trying to bet on the winner of his race!”The “Tim Conway-Dorf Half Cup” will be carded as Sunday’s sixth race, with a Winner’s Circle ceremony to follow. Born Dec. 15, 1933 near Cleveland, Ohio, Tim Conway, who at one time aspired to be a jockey, passed away following a lengthy illness at age 85 on May 14.A tireless advocate for injured riders, Conway and his wife Charlene, along with Chris and Judy McCarron, founded the Don MacBeth Memorial Jockeys Fund in 1987 and raised money to assist more than 2,000 jockeys over a distinguished 25-year-run.One of the most naturally funny American-born comedians of all time, Conway, through one of his characters, jockey Dirk Dorf and in numerous other appearances on national television, brought continued high-profile exposure to Santa Anita and Thoroughbred racing.A video honoring Conway, which includes time spent at Santa Anita, will be part of the Sunday’s Winner’s Circle ceremony.VICTOR ESPINOZA TO BE HONORED BY GREGSON FOUNDATION The Edwin J. Gregson Foundation will host a charity fundraising dinner honoring Triple Crown and Hall of Fame jockey Victor Espinoza on Monday, Aug. 12, at The Fairmont Grand Del Mar Resort, a few miles south of Del Mar Race Track.Having taken a hiatus last year respective of the events surrounding the San Luis Rey Training Center fire, the Foundation is back on track for its annual fundraiser. “We’re delighted to kick things off again, and how better than to celebrate Victor and his illustrious career and accomplishments,” said Jenine Sahadi, president of the Foundation.Thrilled about the dinner, Espinoza says, “I’m honored to be recognized by the Gregson Foundation and to stand alongside fellow jockeys Julie Krone, Eddie Delahoussaye, Laffit Pincay, Jr., Mike Smith and Gary Stevens, and all past honorees who are truly a Who’s Who of California racing. I’m a long-time supporter of the Foundation and its work, and anything that is done on behalf of the stable area workers, I am behind 100 percent.”Proceeds of the event will be used for continued sponsorship of various educational and recreational programs to benefit California’s worthy backstretch workers and family members.Tickets for the event are $300 per person. This annual event has proven to sell out each year, and the Edwin J. Gregson Foundation encourages early purchase of tickets to assure attendance. Please contact Angie Carmona at (626) 447-2339 for further information or go to www.gregsonfoundation.com. 3rd Victor Espinoza47 7 $260,588 11 10 21 14% 37% 12 50% 9 18% 10 Money Won ITM% $552,843 Richard Baltas56 Joseph Talamo85 12 60% 11 10 12 Andrew Lerner10 Tiago Pereira96 Drayden Van Dyke72 45% Jerry Hollendorfer41 Doug O’Neill73 17 John Sadler51 Ruben Fuentes87 50% JockeyMts J. Keith Desormeaux24 15% 13 8 10 14% 6 19 51% $922,594 $1,717,403 Geovanni Franco71 28% Richard Mandella22 19% 26% 21% 20% 47% 25% 9 12 $705,425 8 23% 16 54% $471,270 8 TrainerMts 5 $414,414 Rafael Bejarano95 5 $573,206 46% 8 PARSIMONY SEEKS MAIDEN WIN IN CINEMA 10% $832,396 4 62% 5 5 11 $488,983 44% ITM% JACKPOT IS $895,108 AT END OF ‘RAINBOW’ 11 $916,028 15 17% 3 Aaron Gryder63 $862,601 23 $551,420 35% Philip D’Amato54 Steve Knapp25 59% LATEST CONTENT FROM XBTV:Lippy worked 5 furlongs. 5-31-19 (O’Neill)Ce Ce (Inside) worked 5 furlongs. 5-31-19 (McCarthy)All Good (Outside) and Reedley worked 5 furlongs. 5-31-19 (Baffert)Peter Eurton & Leonard Powell Discuss: Beloved Veterans, Ashleyluvssugar & Soi PhetA Day in the Life: Santa Anita Park’s Bugler Jay Cohen Part 2Weekend Watch: Highlighting weekend action at Santa Anita Park starting on June 1st, 2019 Rijeka worked 3 furlongs. 5-29-19 (Baltas)Dr. Dorr (outside) and Victory Element worked 4 furlongs. 5-29-19 (Baffert)Once on Whiskey (outside) and Hot Sean worked 5 furlongs. 5-29-19 (Baffert)Mika the Mistress worked 4 furlongs. 5-29-19 (Metz)FINISH LINES: Funeral services for trainer Roger Stein who died Friday at the age of 65 will be held 11 a.m. Sunday at Hillside Mortuary, 6001 Centinela Ave., Los Angeles . . . Jockey Abel Cedillo, runaway leader at Golden Gate Fields with 120 victories, 18 more than runner-up Juan Hernandez, will join Santa Anita’s riding colony full time on June 13, with Tom Knust as his agent . . . Michael McCarthy, trainer of Pegasus World Cup Invitational winner City of Light,will be Tom Quigley‘s guest Sunday, 11:50 a.m., in the XBTV studios . . . Vindicate Racing seeks its seventh straight win when it sends out 9-5 morning line choice Tiz Toffee trained by Andrew Lerner in today’s second race . . . It’s show time: Play Hard to Get, 7-2 on the morning line in today’s third, has finished third in his last five races and six times in his last seven . . . Nugget exacta? Golden Birthdayand Silver Summer in today’s fifth race. 5 51% 4 7 67% 51% 7 7 46% 1st 12 $198,914 14 Bob Baffert23 50% 7 $248,162 8 19% $191,396 24% 50% 5 61% $901,723 1st $760,829 9 5 6 Money Won $774,779 Mark Glatt54 7 2nd 4 36% 5 ARCADIA, SANTA ANITA HONOR TIM CONWAY Win% 13 GREGSON GROUP TO FETE VICTOR ESPINOZA 51% 3rd Mario Gutierrez52 17% Vladimir Cerin35 5 2 $439,813 13 15 4 (Current from April 12 through Friday, May 31) 10 20% 4 13 65% 2nd $460,243 7 7 $892,900 12 26% 4 Martin Garcia46 7 Flavien Prat91 Win% 4 50% 16% $802,535 10 Edwin Maldonado57 11 16 $367,033 19 5 5 16 0 44% 17 $137,522
JOSE MOURINHO is keeping a close eye on the Tottenham situation — despite believing the Real Madrid job will be his if he wants it.Mourinho has been linked with a Bernabeu return for several months because of Zinedine Zidane’s struggles in his own second spell at the club.2 Jose Mourinho could make a sensational return to the Premier League with SpursCredit: EPAThe former Chelsea boss, 56, told friends he is confident of being offered the post if and when Zidane goes.But the TV pundit also confided he would not necessarily accept, partly because of the possibility of taking over at Spurs.Mauricio Pochettino’s future in North London is uncertain barely five months since he took the club to their first Champions League final.If Pochettino, 47, were to resign or be sacked following the team’s poor start to the season, Tottenham’s options for an immediate replacement would be limited.Latest Tottenham NewsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summer2And Mourinho would be interested in talking to the club.Pochettino himself is a long-term target of Real president Florentino Perez.And it could be a neat solution for all concerned if he went back to Spain to take charge at the Bernabeu, with Mourinho replacing him at Spurs.
Kenny-Dowall failed to make the Kiwis side for tonight’s one off test against Australia in Canberra.He was last year acquitted of domestic violence after he was accused of headbutting, pushing and putting his former girlfriend Jessica Peris in a headlock.A magistrate found Ms Peris, who is the daughter of former senator Nova Peris, was an unreliable witness.The 29-year-old always maintained his innocence and said he was a stronger person for having been through the ordeal.”You don’t know how good you’ve got it until it’s that close to being taken away from you,” he said at the time.After the acquittal, Roosters coach Trent Robinson said Kenny-Dowall was in “a better place” than the previous year and needed his rugby league routine to continue.”He just wants to play footy and he wants to get back to things the way they were before,” Robinson had said.Keny-Dowall has played 20 tests for New Zealand and over 200 games for the Roosters. Photo: Photosport Shaun Kenny-Dowall
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The Pukpuks were handed a 41-7 beating by a strong Samoan side.Samoa led 15-0 at half time and ran in more tries in the second half to secure a comfortable win.The Pukpuks only try came from Robin Loma. Paul Nelson added the extras.For the Palais game, Samoa did it easy beating them 31-7.The Palais only managed one try in the second half from Alice Alois which was converted by Amelia Kuk.The Pukpuks finished day one of the Championship with 2 wins and one loss while the Palais won one game and lost two.Tomorrow is the final day of the Championship.The Pukpuks will play Cook Islands in the men’s quarter final while the Palais play Fiji.
All Pool A teams in the U19, Women’s, A-Reserve and Premier divisions have completed all their games.CRU’s Paul Joseph explained teams in Pool A will now await Pool B Round 5 matches to be completed to see who will play who in the following weekend’s first finals.Pool B draws for Round 5, Saturday: Taurama Field 1 9.30am U19s Vikings vs. V/Hunters 2 10.35am U19s Nova vs. Juggernauts 3 11.40am Women Harlequins vs. Wanderers 4 12.30pm A-Reserve Nova vs. Juggernauts 5 2.05pm Premier Vikings vs. V/Hunters 6 3.40pm Premier Nova vs. Juggernauts Sunday: Taurama Field Game # Time Grade Team Team Referee 1 10.35am U19s Harlequins vs. Wanderers 2 11.40am Women Nova vs. V/Hunters 3 12.30pm A-Reserve Harlequins vs. Wanderers 4 2.05pm A-Reserve Vikings vs. V/Hunters 5 3.40pm Premier Harlequins vs. Wanderers
It is another of the success stories since 2014 when the league was revived by young interested people.The teams that have qualified for the First-grade division match will be battled out between the defending champions Lawake Tigers and Golupoge Storms while the reserve-grade division will see Golupoge Storms take on Laugau Roosters.Lawakr Tigers were the pre-season champions in 2015 season and they managed return back to defend thir title.The major sponsors of the clubs going into the finals namely Boki and Ken Raga, Laimo Asi and Wai Ilo are greatly thanked by KRFLA Executives for their ongoing tireless support. KRFLA Executives also thanked the Amore Eels and Kino Rabbitohs Club Sponsors and Management that did not make in the pre-season finals.It’s being an active and exciting five weeks with crowds kept doubling in numbers every weekend.KRFLA President, Lega Kikima and Treasurer, Vanua Garo is so pleased with the large turnout of sponsors and player numbers in this 2016 season and believed this weekend’s finals will be no different to the weeks leading up.President Kikima has pledged his open invitation to all fans, supporters and other interested leagues to come along and witness the pre-season finals believing the proper season will be much better when it kicks off on June 25, 2016.
Petxina Events has moved file in court to request Elche CF the amount that you understand corresponds to half of the transfers made during the last eight seasons, in compliance with the contract signed with José Sepulcre at the end of 2011 in exchange for 800,000 euros. The Valencian mercantile figure in 13.8 million euros is paid by the franchisee and, based on that figure, estimates the corresponding profit at 6.9 million euros. The Valencian merchant, owned by Basilio Lopez, understands that the operations of which 50% of the sale corresponds are seven: Garry rodriguez (Paok, 250,000 euros), Cifu (Malaga, 200,000 euros), Gonzalo Villar (Valencia, 200,000 euros) and Jonathas de Jesus (Real Sociedad, 7,200,000 euros), Sergio Leon (Osasuna, 1,700,000 euros), Liberto Beltrán (Real Betis, 250,000 euros) and Sory Kaba (Dijon, 4,000,000 euros). All of them, between the 2015/16 academic year and last season, when the Guinean striker left for French football.The Petxina Events contract is appealed to the Supreme Court, but the company could request provisional execution and this could be the previous step, based on the resolution of the Provincial Court of September 22, 2017. If their amounts are real, once they are contrasted, the ilicitano club should pay 6.9 million euros. Grave would be required, by the contract of sale to Score Club 2019, to share 50% of the burden of judicial resolution.In addition, Petxina indicates in the letter sent to the Court of Elche that these credits must be considered against the mass (not subject to removal and waiting) because all these amounts accrued after the declaration of the insolvency proceedings.