American couple join forces with Canucks for first Challenger Event — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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Champine was recently inducted as a part of her team into her high school Hall of Fame, where her jersey is retired. But coming out of high school, she wasn’t sure she wanted to play anymore. “My high school coach didn’t believe in me at all,” she says. “She told me I wasn’t going to […]

Former assistant and alumna returns to Bowdoin

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Photo by Brian Beard, GoUBearsPhoto Megan Phelps, who played under and coached with former Bowdoin head coach Adrienne Shibles, has returned to Brunswick to become the Polar Bears’ next head women’s basketball coach. The College announced the hiring via press release on May 16. “I am thrilled to welcome Megan Phelps back to Bowdoin as […]

The Cairns Cup, clear victory of Team USA

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The Cairns Cup ended on Friday 13 May at The Shire London, with the clear victory of Team USA by 21 to 3. The Cairns Cup, results The atmosphere was that of a great party, of friendship, of emotions in memory of the late Billy Cairns. The event was greeted online by Ian Poulter and […]

Press lifts Angel City past Spirit; Wave stay top with win over Chicago – Equalizer Soccer

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Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports The National Women’s Soccer League’s two expansion teams sit atop the table after Week 3 following Sunday victories for Angel City FC and San Diego Wave FC. Alex Morgan scored again to help San Diego stay perfect through three games, while Christen Press scored in Washington, DC, to lift Angel City […]

Emily Betteridge signs first professional contract in Denmark — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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After competing with other pro athletes during the summer she knew that was the level she wanted, and could be playing at, she just needed to be patient. Fellow Premier League athlete and Premier Cup Champion Asli Ersozoglu landed her first contract earlier in the summer with Brøndby Volleyball Klub, and when her team started […]

Bad news: Randolph-Macon is not going anywhere

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Miles Mallory blocked three shots, but it was a team effort defensively as Randolph-Macon held Elmhurst to 27% shooting and 13% from 3-point range.Photo by Steve Frommell, d3photography.com By Ryan ScottD3hoops.com FORT WAYNE, Indiana – The national championship is a culmination, but it’s not the end. Buzz Anthony is the D3hoops.com Player of the Year. […]

“Ons Jabeur? Playing against her is always difficult”

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Iga Swiatek will hunt for the fifth consecutive title at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, which would allow her to consolidate the top of the ranking, should she still need it. In the press confence, Iga said: “In these tournaments where we play day after day, we really don’t have time to celebrate successes. Soon after […]

That Rodman-Hatch interplay – Equalizer Soccer

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Lewis Gettier-USA TODAY Sports The Washington Spirit saw their 20-match, on-field unbeaten streak snapped at just the wrong time on Saturday – when there was a trophy on the line. But despite the 2-1 loss to the North Carolina Courage in the NWSL Challenge Cup final, the Spirit did produce one bit of soccer that […]

Reed May — ONE VOLLEYBALL

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It’s always tough going from training every day to what can seem like a perpetual silence following your university career. Returning home to Toronto for the summer, May joined forces with his father as one of the owners of a men’s team in the Toronto Premier League. “My first reaction when my father told me […]

Hope championship brings closure – D3hoops

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After a three-year journey, Hope celebrates winning the NCAA Division III women’s basketball national championship. Photo by Dan Hunter, d3photography.com By Gordon MannD3sports.com The best Division III basketball seasons are like a good movie. You meet the characters in the first few weeks when the preseason Top 25 and All-Americans announced. The storyline is established […]