Calgary takeover — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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How did you get into volleyball? Did you play any other sports growing up? Jackson: I got into volleyball from a young age. I was introduced to the sport by my father as he was a volleyball player and he got myself and my brothers into the sport. As for other sports, I played all […]

Watch the 2022 Division III College All-Star Game!

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Team Dafler fought off Team Edwards behind 20 points from Bobby Hawkinson and 18 from Jordan Johnson and Marcus Azor to win the 2022 Division III College All-Star Game, 134-131.

Rafael Nadal reaches final over Roger Federer

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In 2009, the Madrid Masters 1000 event switched from October to May and from indoor hard surface to clay at Caja Magica. In the first edition, Roger Feder defeated Rafael Nadal in the title match, and the Spaniard served revenge a year later to lift the trophy in front of the home fans. In 2011, […]

Alex Morgan’s four goals crush Gotham – Equalizer Soccer

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Ray Acevedo-USA TODAY Sports After Saturday’s other two Women’s Women’s Soccer League matches were rescheduled due to the Challenge Cup Final, just the one regular-season game was played. San Diego Wave 4, NJ / NY Gotham FC 0 The Skinny: San Diego created numerous chances in their regular-season home opener, and despite missing several, they […]

Playing for the German Bundesliga — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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There’s quite a number of differences actually. To start, my team here [VC Gotha] is composed of athletes between the ages of 17-31 and some are in school, some work, some have families, and some, like myself, are not professional players. It’s a change from the 18-23 years old’s you play with at the university […]

Raridon leaves North Central – D3hoops

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d3photography.com photo file Hastings College athletic cirector BJ Pumroy announced today that Todd Raridon, a 1980 graduate of the college, will return to Hastings as the head men’s basketball coach after spending the past 18 years at North Central (Ill.). “Having the opportunity to hire a highly respected veteran coach with ties to the campus […]

“I like Paula Badosa and Garbine Muguruza”

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After Ashleigh Barty’s unexpected retirement from tennis at the age of 25, the undisputed ruler of the WTA Tour has certainly become Iga Swiatekthe 20-year-old Polish girl who already has a career slam title, won in 2020 on Parisian clay-courts. In 2022 the Iga, thanks to Barty’s retirement, reached the first place in the ranking […]

Could Erin Cuthbert be Ji So-yun’s successor at Chelsea? – Equalizer Soccer

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Photo: Daniela Torres / Sports Press Photo. The announcement that Ji So-yun would leave Chelsea at the end of this season was met with sadness by those in and around the club. Ji joined in January 2014, and her eight-year spell coincided with the club’s emergence as a dominant force domestically and a contender in […]

Canadian Armed Forces Women’s National Volleyball Team to Compete in Series No. 3 — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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Lieutenant (Navy) Carolyn Pumphrey is from Gander, Newfoundland. She plays libero for the CAF CISM team and participated in the World Military Championships in Edmonton in 2018. She enrolled in the military in May 2007, is a Naval Warfare Officer and currently currently holds the position of Squadron Commander at the Royal Military College of […]

Hoopsville: Season Finale – D3hoops

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Audio podcast version, from SoundCloud: The 2021-22 season has come to a close, but it isn’t over until we put a bow on the season on Hoopsville. It might have been three years since we last crowned Division III basketball champions, but the wait was well worth it. Hope and Randolph-Macon seemed to be appropriate […]