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September 26, 2020
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We need a more peaceful nation

first_img Sharing is caring! Rev. Marcus Francis. Brothers and Sisters in Christ and fellow citizens!The Holy Scriptures provides us with a synopsis of the state of our world in the last days. Of all the things mentioned, there is clear evidence that man will be at odds with each other leading to apathy. The Christian community in Dominica, recognizing the challenge before us has decided to join forces to ensure that we maintain a peaceful Dominica. For the first time in our history an Inter-denominational Committee on crime and violence has been formed. The Committee’s mandate is to assist in bridging gaps and encouraging peace and non-violence and to foster a sense of peace in our nation. During the week of December 18th-25, we will be commemorating a Week of Peace. This activity is designed to allow for reflection, discussion and prayer.Times of reflection, discussion and prayer are important, for they enable us to re-group, be re-freshed and prepared to take on new challenges.The challenges that we face are great, demanding and are impacting on all facets of society. However, we must remind ourselves that the challenges are not insurmountable.In more recent times, we’ve seen on display within our society:• Lower tolerance for differing views• Misgivings about each other• Expressed feelings of mistrust• A general sense of disunity.• Violence against children• Violence against the poor and marginalized• And gender based violenceThese attitudes and expressions have:• hindered our growth and prosperity as a people• eroded the strong christian values that we espouse• eroded our peace• and have left a sense of anxiety and uncertainty among our people.As we commemorate the first ever Week of Peace; I ask us to reflect on God’s plan for mankind i.e to experience the Prince of Peace and to express that peace to each other.The Prince of Peace, Jesus, came to make known the peace of God to us and to reconcile us back to the Father through His work on the cross. That work has brought us salvation and through salvation a peace that passeth all understanding. May we embrace the cross and all that it stands for so that the peace of God can reign in our hearts! The call during this Week of Peace is for personal and national reflection on Jesus our Prince of Peace and the sacrifice He made for us so that we can enjoy peace with God.I pray that as we reflect, we will pause in gratitude to God for sending Jesus the Prince of Peace to us to redeem us back to Him.Peace received from God ought to propel us to extend peace to our fellow man; as indicated earlier we have expressed in words and feeling sentiments that have not engendered unity and brotherhood. We have treated each other in ways that may not have been consistent with our Christian values.The call now is to reflect and to ask God for forgiveness and to pray for His grace to pursue a life of peace with our fellowman. The scripture declares (New American Standard Bible) Romans 12:18 “If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men.” As we examine this verse; please note:• There is clearly a personal responsibility in living a life of peace;• There must be the purposeful effort that must be made to live in peace with our fellowmen• There is the broad scope of being at peace with as many people as possibleHerein lies the challenge, to be at peace with all men as far as it depends on us. This challenge calls for personal humility and a God given esteem of our fellow man. We need to see our fellow man as God sees him – created in His image. If we do so then we are on our way to rebuilding a peaceful nation. It is Rev Dr. Martin Luther King who said “Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.” The Psalms in 34:14 ………………………………Seek peace and pursue itWe need a more peaceful Dominica.We need a more peaceful Dominica, so that our children can grow without the anxiety that is now being experienced.We need a more peaceful Dominica so that we can experience greater economic growth.We need a peaceful Dominica to ensure a general sense of safety and peace.We need to build a more peaceful Dominica because the absence of peace breeds potential violence, disunity and strife; vices that will lead to the impoverishing of our hearts and minds.May we pause to pray for each other and to extend peace to each other remembering the words of Jesus, “my peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you.” I encourage all people of faith to join us during the week of peace to begin a new chapter in our land.Dr. Martin Luther King said “I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality… I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word”May the blessings and peace of God be with you always. Have a Christ centered Christmas.Rev Marcus J FrancisDominica Association of Evangelical Churches 11 Views   no discussions Tweet Sharecenter_img Share LocalNews We need a more peaceful nation by: – December 28, 2011 Sharelast_img read more

September 24, 2020
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MS Cross Country Meet At JCD

first_imgJac-Cen-Del hosted a 4-Way Middle School Cross Country Meet.JCD Boys placed first followed by Southwestern, Milan, and Shawe Memorial.JCD Girls placed first followed by Southwestern and Milan.JCD MS CC Meet (9-25)Submitted by JCD Coach Steve Narwold.last_img

September 23, 2020
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Franklin County students produce award winning video

first_imgBrookville, In. — A group of Franklin County Middle School students won a national honor and a $200 prize from the National Association of Secondary Principals. Jayden Heffron, Lauren Seibert and Jay Schallick produced the award-winning video in Mrs. Wade’s journalism class.The video features a student and principal trading places for a day.In addition to the $200 prize, the students were recognized by FOX-19 sports anchor Betsy Ross.A link to the video is here.Desirae Callahan and Katie Mountel also produced videos about the school.last_img

September 20, 2020
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DEFY 11-12 Little League team beats Machias to advance to state tournament

first_imgELLSWORTH — Ellsworth’s Down East Family YMCA Little League clinched a trip to the 11-12 state tournament Monday with an 8-5 win over Machias.The win marked an undefeated tournament for DEFY Little League, which had previously beaten Machias 8-1 earlier in the tournament. It was the sixth regional title for the DEFY team, which had previously won it in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2016.Michael Palmer struck out 12 batters and had three hits for DEFY, which will play its first state tournament game against Saco Little League, the District 4 representative, at 8 p.m. July 21 in Westbrook.Other participants in the state tournament will be Lincoln County Little League (District 2; Damariscotta), Lincoln Little League (District 3; town of Lincoln), Lewiston Little League (District 5) and South Portland American Little League (District 6), which beat defending state champion Scarborough on Friday. DEFY is seeking its first state title.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textThe state tournament winner will advance to the Aug. 6-12 New England regional tournament, the winner of which will advance to the Little League World Series later that month. No team from Maine has won the New England championship since Westbrook Little League did so in 2005.last_img read more

September 19, 2020
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Cricket News Gautam Gambhir, Sunil Chhetri bestowed with Padma Shri on Republic Day

first_img New Delhi: Gautam Gambhir, who recently announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in the 2018/19 Ranji Trophy encounter between Delhi and Andhra at the Feroz Shah Kotla, has been awarded the Padma Shri on the occasion of Republic Day 2019. Gambhir, who played a crucial role in the Twenty20 World Cup win in South Africa in 2007 and in the 2011 World Cup at home, has been one of India’s grittiest openers and he was part of the side which scaled the summit in Test cricket during the 2009 season. Speaking to the host broadcasters Star Sports, Gambhir said he was not aware he was given the award. On commentary duties for the India vs New Zealand series, Gambhir said, “I was in the flight when I got to known I had gotten the Padma Shri. It is a great honour and the feeling is of immense pride.”Along with Gambhir, there were seven other sportspersons who were awarded the Padma Shri. Sunil Chhetri, India’s inspirational football captain was also bestowed with this honour. Chhetri has helped Indian football register a turnaround and he also helped India break into the top 100 of the football world rankings a couple of years ago. Recently, during the AFC Asia Cup 2019, he helped India register a win after 55 years as he helped India beat Thailand but the side unfortunately missed out on a spot in the knockouts as they lost to Bahrain 0-1 by conceding a goal in the 91st minute. The other prominent sports personalities who were given the Padma Shri were Harika Dronavalli, India woman chess Grandmaster, Table Tennis player Achanta Sharath Kamal and Bajrang Punia, ace wrestler. Sharath Kamal has been one of the legends of Table Tennis, winning gold in the 2006 Commonwealth Games singles edition and also winning the team gold in the 2006 Melbourne and recently in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Sharath Kamal has also won the doubles gold in the 2010 CWG games which were held in Delhi while in 2018, he secured the silver and bronze in the doubles and singles category respectively.Dronavalli, on the other hand, has consistently enjoyed a great run in women’s chess securing the bronze medal in a tough Women’s World Chess championship encounter in Tehran. Bajrang Punia, on the other hand, has enjoyed a golden 2018, winning gold in the Asian Games and Commonwealth Games. After securing silver in the World Wrestling Championships in Budapest, he secured the No.1 ranking in wrestling in the 65 kg category.Ajay Thakur, the Kabaddi captain of the Indian team was also the recipient of the Padma Shri along with basketball player Prashanti Singh and Manipur’s Archery star Bombayla Devi Laishram. Gautam Gambhir retired from all forms of cricket in December 2018.Sunil Chhetri helped India win a game in Asia Cup after 55 years.Bajran Punia won gold in both Asian and Commonwealth Games. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. highlightslast_img read more

September 17, 2020
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Live Updates: No. 2 Syracuse hosts North Carolina for 1st time as ACC member

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Published on January 11, 2014 at 11:49 amcenter_img No. 2 Syracuse is set to take the floor against North Carolina for the first time as an Atlantic Coast Conference member. Follow along here for live updates from beat writers Stephen Bailey and David Wilson.last_img

September 17, 2020
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Board Chairman Rick Caruso reveals names of Executive Committee members

first_imgJohn Mork, CEO of Energy Corporation of America, previously served as the chairman of the Board before Caruso assumed the position last May. Mork, 71, pledged $110 million to fund scholarships at USC. These trustees are not granted a vote on the Executive Committee. According to the Board’s bylaws, any executive board member who has served a minimum of nine years may be elected as a lifetime trustee. There are other circumstances in which trustees who have served under nine years can be selected for a lifetime position. They can also be chosen if they are over 80 years old and have made numerous contributions to the University. Amid a college admissions bribery scheme; a $215 million federal class action settlement; two ongoing sexual assault investigations; an athletics bribery lawsuit; and the appointment of a new president, the USC community has continually increased its calls for transparency. Students, faculty and staff have spoken out at open University forums, in letters to the Board of Trustees and through campus protests and petitions. “For over a decade, USC has benefited enormously from John Mork’s boundless energy and passion for our academic mission and from his family’s extraordinary generosity in ensuring that the life-changing gift of a USC education will be available to generations of young men and women far into the future,” Nikias told USC News. “Every committee should be transparent,” Caruso said in an interview with the Daily Trojan. “How can you serve people if they don’t know who you are?”   Kusmiersky was also a part of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee and has been on the Board of Trustees since 1986. He graduated from the Gould School of Law in 1971. Ronald Sugar is the CEO of Northrop Grumman Corporation, an aerospace defense company. He is also a board member of Apple and Chevron. Sugar, 69, donated $5 million to USC Libraries. In 2016, Roski and his wife Gayle made a $25 million endowment to the Gayle and Edward Roski Eye Institute at Keck Medicine of USC. He also made a $23 million donation to endow the Roski School of Art and Design in 2006. Tamara Hughes Gustavson Wanda Austin The alumnus, who formerly served as president of the Los Angeles Police Commission, is a major donor and the namesake of both the Keck School of Medicine otolaryngology department and the University’s Catholic center, following nearly $50 million in donations. Mark Stevens In the interview, Caruso disclosed the names of the 17 voting and five non-voting members of the Board’s Executive Committee, comprising celebrities, business executives and philanthropists. The school is named after her father, Walter Annenberg, who founded the School of Communication in 1971, and Wallis Annenberg Hall built in 2014 was named after her. While Mork was an undergraduate at USC studying engineering, he played on the baseball team. He was awarded a Doctor of Humane Letters from the University in 2012. Billionaire businessman Rick Caruso was appointed to the Board of Trustees as chairman in May 2018. Caruso, 60, is the founder and CEO of a real estate company that owns and manages prominent shopping centers such as The Grove  in Los Angeles and The Americana at Brand in Glendale. Austin will formally step down from her position as interim president on June 30, but will remain a trustee, according to Caruso. Daniel Epstein Ed Roski, businessman and USC alumnus, appeared at No. 114 on the 2018 Forbes 400 list of the richest people in America and No. 9 on the Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2018 list of wealthiest Los Angeles residents. The 80-year-old trustee partially owns the Los Angeles Kings and the Los Angeles Lakers. Epstein received the 2014 Asa V. Call Alumni Achievement Award, USC’s highest alumni tribute. Epstein’s family endowed USC’s Alumni Association Epstein Family Alumni Center, which opened in 2010. Daniel Epstein, a graduate of the Viterbi School of Engineering, is the executive chairman and founder of ConAm Management Corporation. Epstein is a member of the executive committee of the Lusk Center for Real Estate Development and the Viterbi Board of Councilors. The Los Angeles Times reported in 2015 that Dornsife and his wife Dana donated $200 million to the College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, which was subsequently named after them. The donation is the largest single donation the University has ever received. In 2004, Stevens donated $22 million for the USC Stevens Center for Innovation, USC’s technology transfer office. Austin was appointed by the Board of Trustees in August 2018 and was the first woman to lead the University. As interim president, she has created multiple University task forces, including the Task Force on University Nomenclature, and set up oversight offices like the Office of the Ombuds. In 2012, USC News reported a $25 million donation from Schaeffer, which endowed the USC Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics, established in 2009. He also received the Sol Price Award in 2012 for his accomplishments as a business leader, philanthropist and policy expert, according to reports by the Daily Trojan. Tutor was elected to the Board in 1998. In announcing Tutor’s election, former USC president Steven Sample said Tutor’s impact on this University “has been equally tangible and remarkable.” In 2017, Roski was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his service in the Marines and his philanthropic work through the Majestic Realty Foundation. Alumnus and venture capitalist Mark Stevens began his career at Intel Corporation in 1982 and was formerly a management partner for Sequoia Capital. Stevens and his wife Mary have donated more than $100 million to the University, according to USC News. Marshall School of Business alumnus David Dornsife was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2002, according to USC News. Dornsife, 75, is the chairman of the Herrick Corporation, one of the largest steel fabricators in the United States, according to the company’s website. “It is my hope that the faculties of other schools will be more discerning than the Law School faculty before joining your band of know-nothing vigilantes,” Gold wrote. Stanley Gold, 75, was awarded the Presidential Medallion — USC’s highest honor — in 2009, according to USC News. An alumnus of the Gould School of Law, Gold is the founder and chairman of Shamrock Israel Growth Fund Advisors, a Tel Aviv-based private equity and venture capital firm. Malcolm Currie, Ray Irani, Jerry Neely, Joan Payden and Andrew Viterbi Gustavson, 57, has a net worth of $4.7 billion, according to Forbes. But transparency remained elusive when the names of the 17 members of the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees — which calls the shots on some of USC’s most pressing issues — were kept confidential. And the Board’s meeting minutes are not made public. Kenneth Klein, a graduate of the Viterbi School of Engineering, most recently served on USC’s Presidential Search Advisory Committee. Klein, 58, was the CEO and chairman of Tintri, Inc. — an information technology company — from 2013 to 2018, according to Bloomberg. Leonard Schaeffer John Kusmiersky Alumna Tamara Hughes Gustavson was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2010. Gustavson is the largest shareholder of Public Storage, a Glendale-based company that manages self-storage facilities, according to USC News. According to the University bylaws, the Executive Committee holds all the same powers as the Board, save for a few, such as amending bylaws and appointing or changing the members of the Board’s various committees. William McMorrow Kenneth Klein In 2014, McMorrow, 71, endowed USC’s Global Real Estate Program with an undisclosed donation amount. He is the chairman and CEO of Kennedy Wilson, a global real estate investment company. Stanley Gold William E. B. Siart Lillian Zeng/Daily Trojan Wallis Annenberg is also the fourth person to receive USC’s University Medallion, which is awarded “very selectively to those who have made major contributions to the university,” according to the website of the Provost. But Board of Trustees Chairman Rick Caruso said he is tired of the secrecy surrounding the Board’s 11 classified committees. A two-time alumnus of USC, William McMorrwow was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2015. He was awarded the Asa V. Call Alumni Achievement Award in 2015, according to his biography on the website of the Presidential Search Committee, of which he is also a member. David Dornsife “There’s these silly old rules that people had … trustees can’t meet with students, trustees can’t meet with faculty, trustees can’t meet with deans. It’s crazy,” Caruso said.Lillian Zeng/Daily TrojanRick Caruso Klein was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2009. He is also a member of Viterbi’s board of councilors and serves on the Board of Trustees’ Student Affairs Committee. In December 2018, Roski penned an open letter to Caruso expressing his concerns over the termination of Marshall School of Business Dean Jim Ellis. John Mork According to the bylaws, a life trustee is not a voting member of the Board, but is allowed to participate in discussions and attend meetings. Interim President Wanda Austin, 65, joined the Board of Trustees in 2010. The former president and CEO of The Aerospace Corporation, Austin earned her doctorate in systems engineering from USC in 1988. John Kusmiersky has been involved in real estate for over 40 years and is a founding partner and chairman of Brickstone, a full-service real estate development company. According to his biography on Brickstone’s website, Kusmiersky serves on the governing boards of USC Hospital and the Norris Cancer Hospital, as well as Keck’s Board of Overseers. Ronald Tutor, a businessman and investor, serves as the chairman, CEO and president of construction company Tutor Perini. Tutor, who graduated from USC in 1963, donated $2 million to the USC Institute of Armenian Studies in 2008. He is the namesake of Tutor Hall and the Ronald Tutor Campus Center. William E. B. Siart is the chairman of the board of Excellent Education Development, a nonprofit organization focused on public charter schools. He is also the chairman of the board of Great Public Schools Now, a nonprofit focused on public school access. Siart has served on the Board since 1995. On the Executive Committee, Austin has served ‘ex officio’ since she took on the role as interim president. ‘Ex officio’ means an individual is granted membership to the Board, by virtue of their position. The longest-serving member on the Board of Trustees, Wallis Annenberg, 79, is the chairman, president and CEO of the Annenberg Foundation, a multibillion-dollar philanthropic organization. Annenberg most recently made a $10 million donation to the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism in 2017. Schaeffer serves on the Sol Price School of Public Policy’s Board of Councilors. Edward Roski Jr. On Jan. 22, Gold responded to a letter addressed to the Board and Caruso penned by the Concerned Faculty of USC, which called for shared governance and increased transparency following the firing of Marshall School of Business Dean Jim Ellis. Gold publicly lambasted the letter’s authors and partially blamed the University’s faults on the abrupt termination of former President C. L. Max Nikias. Wallis Annenberg The Executive Committee has duties reserved for specific circumstances — like the resignation of former President C. L. Max Nikias and the investigation into former medical school dean Carmen Puliafito, who used methamphetamines on the same days he saw patients. “Ron Sugar is an esteemed figure in his profession and a civic leader, and we are proud to have him as a member of our Board,” Sample told USC News in 2003. “Trustees like Ron are key to USC’s leadership in the 21st century, as the University continues to make strides in engineering and the sciences.” McMorrow sits on the executive board of the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate. Leonard Schaeffer, 74, is the former chairman and CEO of Wellpoint, now known as Anthem, one of the largest health insurance companies in the United States. Schaeffer was elected to the Board of Trustees in 2013. Ronald Tutor Ronald Sugar CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article included a pie chart that said the executive committee has 19 men and 3 women. The committee has 18 men and 4 women. The chart has been updated. The Daily Trojan regrets the error.last_img read more

September 16, 2020
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Football prepares for opener against Fresno State

first_imgIn the spirit of consistency, the Trojans won’t be changing what they do on the field week-to-week, no matter how good the upcoming opponent. The plays the offense will run are from the spring playbook. Helton said the simplicity of the new system will allow younger players to step up. From Daniels’ end, the Air Raid system requires less thought; he can just go out and execute.  “People have been jawing about ‘SC Sucks, ‘SC’s this, ‘SC’s going to win five games again,’” Pittman said. “So I’m ready to play and ready to prove them wrong.” The Trojans aren’t looking back; it’s all about the here and now. But Pittman said things haven’t changed too much from last year. The team is more physically built than it was last year, but the biggest difference is that the players are working harder.  This is the deepest wide receiver group Pittman has played with, and the veteran said it will make his job easier. The defense can’t target and double team him because if they do, they’ll be creating an opening for other receivers like redshirt juniors Velus Jones Jr. and Tyler Vaughns and sophomores Devon Williams and  Amon-Ra St. Brown.  The coaching staff created the quarterback depth chart based on who was most consistent, and head coach Clay Helton has confidence in all three scholarship quarterbacks. Sophomore starter JT Daniels used the same phrase as Pittman that “football is still football,” referring to changes from last year. One difference is Daniels’ role as a leader on the team.  WIDE RECEIVERS Freshman wide receiver Bru McCoy’s waiver has not been cleared yet. He will likely not play this Saturday, as the NCAA is not expected to make a decision before the game. In preparing for both the opener and the season as a whole, the Trojans will be focusing more on themselves than on their opponents.  “They’re not going to be the ones that get written about in the paper, they’re probably not going to be talked about on the news, but the reason we’re successful or not successful is going to fall on them,” he said.   Along with having more experience, Daniels is also more vocal. Offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Graham Harrell taught him the importance of energy, saying that “the most excited team wins.” He’s still not a “rah-rah guy” but now leans more toward that end of the spectrum than being a “quiet guy.”  Harrell expects his group to improve every single day, and week by week he expects them to play better as the team continues to gel. That camaraderie is key to Harrell’s offense. Feeling comfortable with the players next to you is just as important as individual talent.center_img “It’s all about us, we don’t really care what they do,” Pittman said. “Obviously we look at them and scout them, that’s what every good team does.”  Harrell has placed a lot of responsibility on the offensive line, which will set the tone for both the physicality and the tempo of the offense. His expectation for the offense is to dominate the line of scrimmage.  OFFENSIVE ATTACK “Everything feels the same to me,” Pittman said. “Football is football, nothing really changes. I think we just have more confidence and our quarterback has more confidence. We’re all just ready to play football.” After waiting seven months to get back out on the field, this week of practice marks the final stretch before the Trojans’ home opener against Fresno State this Saturday. Having practiced against each other for so long, there’s a new energy with the Trojans, symbolized by President Carol Folt’s presence at practice.  Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. expressed the importance of the Trojans starting the season strong. A win this weekend would help garner momentum and set the tone for the rest of the fall. INJURY REPORT Redshirt freshman inside linebacker Solomon Tuliaupupu will lose another season to recovering from a surgery on his foot he had prior to coming to USC. Once healed, he’ll have four years left of eligibility, making him an older player which can certainly be an advantage, and he’ll have the opportunity to be healthy, which is the most important thing, Helton said.  Senior wide receiver Michael Pittman Jr. heads downfield after hauling in a pass against Colorado in 2018. (Daily Trojan file photo)last_img read more

September 16, 2020
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Polina Shemanova named to All-ACC 1st team for 2nd straight year

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Polina Shemanova has been named to the All-ACC first team for the second year in a row. The sophomore has been dominant for the Orange (12-13, 9-9 Atlantic Coast) all season, finishing the year as the conference’s leader in kills, kills per set, points and points per set.Shemanova was a unanimous selection by the conference’s 15 head coaches, who were not allowed to vote for their own players. She was one of 14 players to receive the first team honor, and one of four to be unanimously chosen.Shemanova represents Syracuse as the only Orange player to receive an ACC honor this season. The sophomore is also fifth in the NCAA in kills per set (5.09).During the Orange’s five-game win streak, their longest of the season. Shemanova won ACC Player of the Week three consecutive times, averaging 25.8 kills per game over that span. She was the key to her team’s success, recording a Syracuse-record 36 kills in the five-set victory over Louisville.Last year, Shemanova was also named the ACC Freshman of the Year after recording a freshman-record 447 kills. Her momentum continued this season with 485 kills – the second-most in Syracuse history.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange finished eighth in the conference and failed to qualify for the NCAA Tournament after earning the program’s first bid last year. This season, head coach Leonid Yelin turned to Shemanova to step up in the most crucial moments. Next season, he will once again expect his All-ACC player to lead the Orange.“(You) cannot have five drivers in one car, you know what’s going to happen, and (our team is) not an exception for this,” Yelin said on Oct. 9. “Shemanova is one who can make a difference and has to step up to the challenge that we have.” Comments Published on December 2, 2019 at 5:37 pm Contact Roshan: rferna04@syr.edu | @Roshan_f16last_img read more

September 16, 2020
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Ward unsure about boxing future

first_imgJoe Ward says he’s unsure what his future holds following his loss in the light heavyweight division.The Westmeath man twice had points deducted by the referee in a scrappy bout against his Ecuadorian opponent.Steven Donnelly returns to the ring when he faces a Mongolian opponent in the Welterweight Preliminaries just before 5pm.last_img