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first_imgWomen’s golf whizzes by Lions, Tigers to land Ivy titleThe Harvard women’s golf team topped reigning Ivy champion Columbia by 10 strokes to capture its first-ever league title this past weekend (April 19-20) at the Atlantic City Country Club.Thanks to a hole-in-one from senior Jessica Hazlett and two blistering rounds of golf, the Crimson shot an even round of 297-288-585 to outpace second-place Princeton by 10 strokes heading into day two. On the second day of action, the Crimson posted the second-best score of the afternoon to wrap up the title, securing the team a spot in the NCAA regionals May 8-10 (details forthcoming on trio of Crimson golfers collected All-Ivy honors for finishing among the top five golfers in the league. JuniorEmily Balmert (68-72-78-218) finished in second place, sophomore Claire Sheldon (74-68-81-223) took third, and Hazlett (76-74-75-225) tied for fifth. Princeton’s Susannah Aboff claimed the individual title, finishing nine shots under par.Men’s lacrosse finale approachingThe Harvard men’s lacrosse team (5-7; 0-4 Ivy) will hold its final home game of the 2008 season on May 3 against Dartmouth (5-7; 1-3 Ivy). The opening face-off at Harvard Stadium is scheduled for 1 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children. Call 877-GO-HARVARD or visit to purchase tickets.Additionally, the Harvard University Athletic Department and the Boston Local Organizing Committee will host the 2008 NCAA men’s lacrosse championships at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., over Memorial Day weekend (May 24-26). To purchase tickets for the 2008 Division I, II, and III championships, visit team honors past and futureThe 2007-08 Harvard ski season came to a ceremonious end April 18 as the Alpine and Nordic teams joined for their annual banquet. Held at the Harvard Club of Boston, the season-ending event paid tribute to outgoing Nordic head coach Peter Graves, who is stepping down after six years at the helm.Additionally, captains for the upcoming season were announced. Rising juniors Christopher Kinner and Tess Wood will captain the Alpine team, while future seniorsAnna Schulz and David McCahill will lead the Nordic team.Stone selected to mentor U.S. at Four Nations CupHarvard women’s hockey coach Katey Stone has been slated to coach the U.S. women’s select team at the Four Nations Cup this November in Lake Placid, N.Y. The annual tournament features the national teams of Canada, the United States, Sweden, and Finland.In January 2008, Stone served as head coach of the U.S. women’s national under-18 team that captured the first-ever International Ice Hockey Federation world women’s championship. She also led the U.S. women at the 2007 under-18 series and previously guided the U.S. under-22 women’s select team in 2006.last_img read more

UWF Begins Quest For Second NSISC Title on Wednesday

first_imgLive ScoringLive Video ($25 for the week/$8 per day; Finals sessions only)Championship Program (pdf)CLEVELAND, Miss. – The No. 9 ranked UWF women’s swimming & diving team will open its quest for a second-consecutive New South Intercollegiate Swim Conference title on Wednesday at the DSU Aquatic Center.Last year, the then-15th-ranked Argonauts claimed their first conference title in the pool with a wire-to-wire 1,730.5 score, edging out St. Cloud State (1,391 pts) and defending champion Delta State (1,281.5 pts).UWF has six individuals and two relays that have recorded NCAA ‘B’ cut times in various events, along with four divers that have qualified for the NCAA Diving Qualifier which precedes the NCAA Championships by a day.Preliminariy racing begin at 10:00 a.m. each day with championship finals at 5:00 p.m. The top 18 swimmers in each event will advance to the three finals heats for scoring purposes. Diving preliminaries will also take place for the women on Wednesday and Friday, both at 1:00 p.m.NSISC Weekly AwardsUWF totaled four NSISC swimmer of the week awards (Peggy de Villiers, Pia Hulley, Madeline Pitt and Gabrielle Spangenberg) and three NSISC diver of the week awards (Monica Amaral three times) this year.NCAA SelectionsAfter the NSISC Championships, UWF will wait for the official qualification list to be released by the NCAA on Wednesday, Feb. 24. Swimmers who post NCAA A-cut qualification times during the regular season will automatically qualify, and the rest of the selections will be from the pool of swimmers with B-cut times. Divers who score NCAA qualifying scores during the regular season will have the opportunity to compete at the NCAA Diving Qualifier in Indianapolis on Tuesday, Mar. 8, the day before the NCAA Championships officially begin.Meet ScheduleSession 1 – 10:00 AMWednesday 2/17/2016#3 Women 200 IM Prelims#4 Men 200 IM Prelims#5 Women 50 Free Prelims#6 Men 50 Free Prelims#1 Women 1000 Free#2 Men 1000 FreeSession 3 – 1:00 PMWednesday 2/17/2016#7 Women 3 mtr Diving PrelimsSession 4 – 5:00 PMWednesday 2/17/2016#1 Women 1000 Free#2 Men 1000 Free#3 Women 200 IM Finals#4 Men 200 IM Finals#5 Women 50 Free Finals#6 Men 50 Free Finals#7 Women 3 mtr Diving Finals#8 Women 200 Medley Relay#9 Men 200 Medley RelaySession 6 – 10:00 AMThursday 2/18/2016#12 Women 400 IM Prelims#13 Men 400 IM Prelims#14 Women 100 Fly Prelims#15 Men 100 Fly Prelims#16 Women 200 Free Prelims#17 Men 200 Free PrelimsSession 8 – 1:00 PMThursday 2/18/2016#18 Men 1 mtr Diving PrelimsSession 9 – 5:00 PMThursday 2/18/2016#10 Women 200 Free Relay#11 Men 200 Free Relay#12 Women 400 IM Finals#13 Men 400 IM Finals#14 Women 100 Fly Finals#15 Men 100 Fly Finals#16 Women 200 Free Finals#17 Men 200 Free Finals#18 Men 1 mtr Diving Finals#19 Women 400 Medley Relay#20 Men 400 Medley RelaySession 11 – 10:00 AMFriday 2/19/2016#21 Women 500 Free Prelims#22 Men 500 Free Prelims#23 Women 100 Back Prelims#24 Men 100 Back Prelims#25 Women 100 Breast Prelims#26 Men 100 Breast Prelims#27 Women 200 Fly Prelims#28 Men 200 Fly Prelims#30 Women 800 Free Relay#31 Men 800 Free RelaySession 13 – 1:00 PMFriday 2/19/2016#29 Women 1 mtr Diving PrelimsSession 14 – 5:00 PMFriday 2/19/2016#21 Women 500 Free Finals#22 Men 500 Free Finals#23 Women 100 Back Finals#24 Men 100 Back Finals#25 Women 100 Breast Finals#26 Men 100 Breast Finals#27 Women 200 Fly Finals#28 Men 200 Fly Finals#29 Women 1 mtr Diving Finals#30 Women 800 Free Relay#31 Men 800 Free RelaySession 16 – 10:00 AMSaturday 2/20/2016#34 Women 100 IM Prelims#35 Men 100 IM Prelims#36 Women 100 Free Prelims#37 Men 100 Free Prelims#38 Women 200 Back Prelims#39 Men 200 Back Prelims#40 Women 200 Breast Prelims#41 Men 200 Breast Prelims#32 Women 1650 Free#33 Men 1650 FreeSession 18 – 1:00 PMSaturday 2/20/2016#42 Men 3 mtr Diving PrelimsSession 19 – 4:00 PMSaturday 2/20/2016#32 Women 1650 Free#33 Men 1650 Free#34 Women 100 IM Finals#35 Men 100 IM Finals#36 Women 100 Free Finals#37 Men 100 Free Finals#38 Women 200 Back Finals#39 Men 200 Back Finals#40 Women 200 Breast Finals#41 Men 200 Breast Finals#42 Men 3 mtr Diving Finals#43 Women 400 Free Relay#44 Men 400 Free RelayPrint Friendly Versionlast_img read more

Oxlade-Chamberlain must replace Messi’s shirt in his house with Robertson’s after making bet with Liverpool pal

first_img Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4 What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! ALEX Oxlade-Chamberlain will have to replace Lionel Messi’s shirt that is hanging in his house with teammate Andy Robertson’s.The Liverpool midfielder has been proudly displaying Barcelona star Messi’s jersey since the two sides met in the Champions League semi-final last year.Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will have to replace the Lionel Messi shirt hanging in his house with Andy Robertson’s jerseyCredit: PA:Empics Sport[embedded content]But Oxlade-Chamberlain, 26, made bet with Robertson, 26, before the Reds beat Spurs to lift their sixth European cup.The former Arsenal star said he would swap Messi’s shirt with the defender’s if he got 10 assists this season.Ironically, Robertson’s most recent goal contribution was a cross that Oxlade-Chamberlain turned home in Liverpool’s 5-3 win over Chelsea.That was the Scotland captain’s 11th assist of the season, meaning he won the bet he made with the Ox.The wager recently resurfaced during a video shared on the club’s official YouTube page.There’s only shirt up in the house and it’s not moved – it’s Messi’s shirt. I said I’d remove that and put Robbo’s shirt up if he got 10 assists. Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainBoth players are answering fans questions alongside captain Jordan Henderson in a Liverpool Carpool that was filmed back in 2019.The first one reads: “To Ox, have you put Robbo’s shirt up in your house yet?”Chamberlain explains: “There’s only shirt up in the house and it’s not moved – it’s Messi’s shirt.“I said I’d remove that and put Robbo’s shirt up if he got 10 assists.“Never have I seen anyone shank as many crosses onto someone’s head. The answer is, no I haven’t yet and it’s not good enough.”Last September, the Ox attempted clarified the terms of the pair’s bet by saying he’d place Robertson’s shirt NEXT to six-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi’s.At the time he said: “I do have a deal with him about assists.“The deal was if he gets 10 Premier League assists this season, I will get a framed Andrew Robertson shirt to put in my house.“And I’ll put it next to [Lionel] Messi”s.”Jordan Henderson makes sure shy Minamino didn’t miss out on trophy celebrations as Liverpool captain shows class Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017center_img 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Most awesome bullfighting festival Source: Soccer – read more