After an opening-round bye, Dooley scored a 15-1 major decision over Ursinus' Gavin Range, with Dooley building a 14-0 lead through two periods. Dooley then picked up his second win over USMMA's Reid Garrison this season with a dominant 16-0 tech fall before wrapping up his first-place finish with a 5-0 shutout of Johnson & Wales' Adolfo Betancur. Dooley topped the field at heavyweight earlier this season at the Ned McGinley Invitational.Stathopoulos had two pins and a pair of decision victories in his march to the 165-pound championship match. In the semis, Medina picked up his fourth decision win of the year with a 9-3 victory over Washington & Lee's Cam Blizzard, picking up four points in the final period to clinch the win. First-yearhad two decision wins at 141, seniorhad a major decision at 149, first-yearpinned Ursinus' A.J.
Allen Lazard's injury adds uncertainty in a Packers receiving corps that isn't 'where it needs to be'GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers are in wait-and-see mode with receiver Allen Lazard for the rest of this week, according to coach Matt LaFleur, after Lazard left the Packers' 23-21 loss to the Washington with a shoulder injury Sunday. Lazard was seen in the locker room on Sunday night with his left shoulder wrapped in bandage. Allen Lazard just walked through the locker room (didn’t stop to talk) and had this left arm in a sling. He left yesterday’s game with a shoulder injury. After taking a lateral for 11 yards, Toure jetted sideline-to-sideline to get in the open and lateral the ball to Rodgers.3 months ago Stevens Point Journal
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama softball continued its fall slate Sunday afternoon at Rhoads Stadium with a doubleheader against Copiah-Lincoln, taking home a pair of 2-0 and 17-0 victories. Montana Fouts made her fall debut in the circle, throwing a complete-game shutout with three hits allowed and 10 strikeouts. The Tide didn't waste any time getting on the board in game two, scoring five runs in the bottom of the first including an RBI double from Ashley Prange and a three-run double from Bailey Dowling . Prange drove in her second RBI of the day later in the inning, as the two-out single made it 7-0. General athletic news can also be found at UA_Athletics on Twitter and Instagram and AlabamaAthletics on Facebook.3 months ago Alabama Athletics
Next Game: at UC Irvine 10/27/2022 | 4:00 P.M. HT ESPN + Next Game Full Schedule Oct. 27 (Thu) / 4:00 P.M. HT at UC Irvine HistoryThe Hawai'i women's soccer team dropped its regular-season home finale Sunday to Cal State Fullerton, 2-0, as the Titans scored a goal in each half while UH couldn't find the back of the net despite attempting 19 shots.The loss puts the Rainbow Wahine (6-5-3, 3-3-3 Big West) in sixth place alone with 12 points in The Big West standings heading into the final match of the regular season. The top six teams qualify for the conference tournament, and UH takes on UC Irvine, which sits in a tie for seventh place, on Thursday with a postseason spot up for grabs.Following the match, Hawai'i honored its nine seniors,andCal State Fullerton (8-5-5, 5-2-2 Big West) struck first, scoring a goal on a corner kick in the 25th minute, as Kaylin Raibon found the back of the net off of a kick from Graci Raymond.The Rainbow Wahine had a number of chances to pull even in the first half, but couldn't cash in. UH out-shot the Titans 10-4 in the opening 45 minutes, with Sumida leading the way with five attempts, including two on goal. Sumida and Ammendolia each also had shots go off of the frame of the goal.The Titans added to their lead in the second half, as Kaytlin Brinkman scored unassisted in the 74th minute, making it 2-0.Hawai'i again had its chances to break through after halftime, attempting nine shots, including a flurry of five shots over the final eight minutes.Sumida fired off a career-high six shots, three of which were on goal, in what could potentially have been her final career match at Waipi'o Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Fellow senioradded four shots whilealso attempted four shots andfinished with three.The Rainbow Wahine have turned up the pressure on the offensive end over the last three matches, attempting 60 shots over that span after recording 21 against CSU Bakersfield and 20 vs. UC Riverside.Hawai'i will wrap up the regular season on Thursday at UC Irvine at 4 p.m. HT.3 months ago Hawaii athletics
University of North Carolina sophomoreand seniorare among 20 collegiate men's golfers named to the Final Fall Haskins Award Watch List, announced today by Golfweek and the Golf Channel.The Haskins Award presented by Stifel has been given to the top golfer in the country for the past 52 seasons. It is the oldest individual award in college golf and is voted on by players, coaches, SIDs and select media.Greaser and Ford are currently No. He also has two second-place finishes (at Notre Dame and the Williams Cup at Eagle Point) and a sixth at the Ben Hogan Invitational at Colonial. He leads UNC in scoring at 69.40 strokes per round.Greaser is a two-time honorable mention All-America and two-time All-ACC honoree. This season, Greaser tied for third at the Hogan Invitational and tied for fourth at the Stephens Cup.3 months ago UNC Athletics
The Lions finished with five shots on goal, led bytwo and both Prussak andhad three shots. In goalgot the start for the Lions, making one save and Liz Matei took over at the break, making a pair of saves on five shots faced.The Lions enter the match sitting third in the Ivy League, behind Harvard (2-0-2) and first-place Brown (3-0-1). A win from the Lions would keep them on the pace for a possible top finish in the League.The meeting between Columbia and Dartmouth will be the 35th meeting between the two Ivy League programs. Columbia won the last meeting, a 3-2 victory in Hanover, New Hampshire and the last time the two sides met in New York City the Lions won 1-0 in 2018.Dartmouth has won its last three matches and has gone unbeaten in its last four. Dartmouth's last match was on Oct. 17, where the Big Green won 7-0 against Colby-Sawyer on Oct. 17.3 months ago Columbia Athletics
- On Saturday, October 29, University of Missouri football will compete for the Mayor's Cup in Columbia, S.C. vs. the hosting South Carolina Gamecocks. • He totaled a career-high 66 receiving yards on four receptions and one carry for 10 yards vs. the Commodores. • He totals 511 receiving yards, 73.0 receiving yards per game and 35 total receptions. • His 132 receiving yards are the most by a Mizzou receiver since Johnathon Johnson racked up 185 yards in the 2018 Liberty Bowl against Oklahoma State. WELCOME WILLIAMS• A transfer from Oregon, Kristian Williams earned the first start of his career vs. Abilene Christian.3 months ago Mizzou Athletics