ATN: Maine attraction brings Phelps back

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When Megan Phelps was a high school basketball player in Bar Harbor, Maine, she planned on going to college about as far from home as she could get. But a family connection with Bowdoin’s head women’s basketball coach ultimately kept Phelps in Maine where she played for the Polar Bears from 2011 to 2015. As […]

Wimbledon doubles champion explains why Nick Kyrgios is great for tennis

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Australian doubles specialist Max Purcell says Nick Kyrgios is one of the most exciting players in the game and someone who brings attention to tennis. Kyrgios, 27, often finds himself in the centre of controversy but the truth is that he sells stadiums and that his matches always feature a sold-out crowd. “Personally, I think […]

Querétaro stuns CF Monterrey, America continues rolling – Equalizer Soccer

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Photo: Querétaro Femenil. Week 2 of Liga MX Femenil Apertura action did not disappoint. With the Concacaf W Championship wrapping up, teams were still without plenty of big-name stars. However, those players who are with their club sides are impressed, particularly those within the Querétaro and Club América squads. Take a look and see how […]

We Are D3 falls in TBT opener

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A team of Division III all-stars was not able to shock the top seed in the Wichita bracket of The Basketball Tournament, as We Are D3 was eliminated 83-52 on Friday night.

super come back in Gstaad!

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Return to the court with victory for Matteo Berrettini. For the first time the Italian tennuis player plays as number 15 in the world (he had not been out of the Top 10 for some time) and returns successfully. Good performance against the expert French tennis player Richard Gasquet and a double 6-4 without particular […]

Germany advances with goals from Magull, Popp as the woodwork haunts Austria – Equalizer Soccer

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Daniela Porcelli /SPP The second quarterfinal of these UEFA EURO games played out between the neighboring nations of Germany and Austria, with the eight-time champions eventually earning the win they were expected to. Austria performed exceptionally well in this match, but they were always the underdogs in this matchup, and the posts didn’t help them […]

2022 Division III men’s head coaching changes

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School LastCoach Replacedby Last position Notes Alfred State Jerry Jusianiec TBD Apple Ryan Clark Mike Fitzpatrick Assistant at Case Western Fitzpatrick has also had coaching stops at Salisbury, Susquehanna and his alma mater Arcadia. Aurora Matt Airy Steve Christiansen Assistant at D1 Northern Illinois Christiansen won 400 games and a national championship as a head […]

Three tournaments before FedEx Cup playoffs

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With Open Championsip number 150 and Cameron Smith’s stunning victory filed, it’s time for the PGA Tour to turn the pages and focus on the last three tournaments before the FedEx Cup playoffs begin. We kick off this week with the 3M Open event. which will take place on Blaine’s TPC Twin Cities course in […]

2022 Division III women’s head coaching changes

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School LastCoach Replacedby Last position Notes Beloit Gloria Bradley Natalie Miller Assistant at NAIA Concordia (Mich.) Miller was previously the recruiting and operations assistant at Texas-Dallas. Bethany Brian Sansom TBD Sansom stepped down as coach when he was named the College’s new Athletic Director. Bowdoin Sacha Santimano Megan Phelps Assistant at Division I Dartmouth Phelps […]

The Open, 2.7 million dollars for the winner

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The British Open is one of the most prestigious golf tournaments given its status as a major and one of the events that distributes the most economic prizes. Thus, the oldest major men’s golf tournament (it has been held since 1860) has increased its budget and , if 11.5 million dollars were distributed in 2021, […]