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  • Penn swimming and diving sweep Dartmouth, fall to host Yale at Ivy League tri-meet


    home side won 1-0 thanks to a well-taken first-half goal by Brazilian striker Richarlison but the Seagulls went close after the break with Leandro Trossard hitting the bar and Glenn Murray forcing a brilliant late save from England goalkeeper JordanPenn men's and women's swimming and diving opened 2020 by closing out their Ivy League tri-meet season.

    The Quakers kicked off the second half of their season in New Haven, Conn. with their final tri-meet against Yale and Dartmouth. While both the men’s and women’s teams were able to edge out the Big Green, they both also fell to the host Bulldogs.

    The women’s team (2-5, 2-4 Ivy) earned their second Ivy League victory of the season over Dartmouth (2-5, 1-3) by a margin of 170-130. However, the Quakers fell to undefeated Yale (6-0, 3-0), losing by a score of 217-83.

    The women achieved two first-place finishes, including a 1000-yard freestyle victory posted by sophomore with a time of 10:09.10. Buroker also finished fourth in the 500 free (5:03.49), just behind sophomore Grace Giddings, who had a time of 5:03.04 to finish third.

    The women’s other first-place finish was secured by senior Serena Xue in the 200 breaststroke, posting a time of 2:20.48. Xue was joined by sophomore Hannah Kannan, sophomore Monika Burzynska, and senior Emily Layne for the 200 medley relay; their time of 1:45.46 was enough to secure second place, but they were edged out of first by the Bulldogs.

    On the men’s side, while the Quakers (4-3, 3-3) were narrowly defeated by the Bulldogs (5-1, 2-1) by a score of 160-140, they were victorious over the Big Green (1-6, 0-4) by a margin of 195-105. The men’s team earned six first-place finishes atop the podium and showed off their g a stake in the Championship club, according to multiple reports, states, /.last year when 49ers Enterprises, the investment arm of the National Football League's (NFL) San Francisco 49ers, paid a reported UK£11 million for a minority share in the depth of talent with 19 swimmers placing in the top three.

    Leading the charge for the Red and Blue with three individual first-place finishes was junior Sean Lee, posting victories in the 100 butterfly (47.85), 200 fly (1:47.34), and 200 individual medley (1:52.21). Lee was also a member of the 200 medley relay team that notched a first-place finish for Penn with a time of 1:30.78.

    Junior Boris Yang had a standout performance. In addition to helping the 200 medley relay team to victory alongside Lee, Yang notched the two remaining first-place finishes for the Quakers in the 100 breaststroke (56.83) and 200 brHammarby are interested in Chelsea wing-back Joseph Colley.Off contract at the end of the month, Colley is leaving Chelsea this summer.And a return home to Sweden is mooted with fotbolldirekt.se reporting Hammarby are in contact.Colley, 20, is keen and would be happy to relocate to Bajen.Talks are now underway between the defender's agent and the Stockholm club.eaststroke (2:02.69). Yang also finished milliseconds behind Lee in the 200 IM, securing second place with his time of 1:52.27.

    Freshman Jason Schreiber posted a pair of second-place finishes in the 100 breast (57.79) and 200 breast (2:03.05), finishing just behind Yang in both events and adding to the tally of Penn swimmers placing in the top three.

    Neither men’s nor women’s diving was able to finish atop the podium, but senior finished second in the one-meter dive with a score of 274.75. finished just behind Diveris in third with a score of 271.95

    The Quakers will be back in action next Saturday at Sheerr Pool to wrap up Ivy competition with a pair of dual meets against Harvard.

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  • Eddie Jenkins' League MVP win highlights postseason awards for Penn fall athletes


    After the end of the season for sprint football, field hockey, men’s soccer, and cross country, All-Ivy honorees were announced, and several members of the Red and Blue made the list.

    For sprint football, the Quakers had three first team All-Collegiate Sprint Football League selections, including the League's Most Valuable Player, senior quarterback Eddie Jenkins. Along with Jenkins, the other first team selections were sophomore running back Laquan McKever, senior offensive lineman Matt McDermott, and junior linebacker Aaron Johnson. In addition, Jenkins was awarded the Kay Trophy, which is voted upon by the League's coaches and awarded to the top overall performer.

    Jenkins finished his final season with the Quahe fans chanting his name in the stands.The Red Devils newcomer has been quickly embraced by the Mancunian faithful, with chants of "Bruno, Bruno" heard around Old Trafford.Fernandes helped United to a 3-0 win over Watford on Sunday, scorimsdale joined fans on Saturday for defeat to Watford.Ramsdale posted a message on the club's social media last week, urging fans to give the struggling Cherries their full support when Watford visited on Saturday.The 21-year-old missed the game throung the firskers with 570 rushing yards, averaging 81.4 rushing yards per game. He also added 16 touchdowns to his rushing total in 2019. Through the air, Jenkins finished the season with a 66.7% completion percentage, 1207 passing yards, and 11 touchdowns. In total, Jenkins accounted for 27 touchdowns for Penn. Jenkins' performance led Penn to a 5-2 finish, as the team ended the year on a two-game winning streak.

    For field hockey, the team saw one first team All-Ivy selection in Aelder Frenkie de Jong believes Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt will eventually join him at the Nou Camp.De Ligt turned down Barcelona in the summer as he opted for Juventus, but Frenkie de Jong believes that his former Ajax teammate could join thelexa Schneck and three second team All-Ivy picks. The senior forward Schneck was named to the All-Ivy first team in addition to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic All-Region first team. Additionally, sophomore midfielder/defender Gracyn Banks, sophomore forward Madison Jiranek, and freshman defender Elita van Staden were all named to the All-Ivy second team.

    This is Schneck's fourth All-Ivy selection with Penn. She is one of just three players in program history to receive an All-Ivy selection in all four years with the program. Schneck is one of just 11 Ivy League athletes to earn a NFHCA first-team All-Region honors. She closed out her career with 53 total points in 66 starts, including 19 goals and 15 assists. In Ivy League play, she had 37 points in 28 contests.

    Four athletes across the men's and women's cross country teams were named All Mid-Atlantic Region honorees. On the men's side, junior Anthony Russo and senior Will Daly received All-Region honors, while on the women's side, sophomore Ariana Gardizy and senior Nia Akins picked up the same honors.

    For men's soccer, five players received All-Ivy honors. The Quakers received two first-team All-Ivy selections – junior defender Alex Touche and junior midfielder Joey Bhangdia. Additionally, freshman defender Kai Lammers earned a second team All-Ivy spot. Lastly, senior midfielder Brandon Bartel and junior forward Jake Kohlbrenner both received honorable mention recognition.

    In addition to the five All-Ivy awards for Penn, Touche was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year. Touche anchored a Penn defense that posted three shutouts and allowed just five goals across seven Ivy League matchups.

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  • Princeton men's basketball suspends leading scorer after his arrest Friday


    Princeton men’s basketball senior Devin Cannady was suspended fromx.The Mirror says Liverpool will have to pay £18million if they want to land Max.The Augsburg left-back is being considered as an option as Jurgen Klopp looks for backup to Andrew Robertson following Alberto Moreno's departure to Villarreal.Barcelon the team following his arrest Friday, according to . The arrest came after an alleged confrontation with a member of Princeton's campus police.

    “Due to a violation of team rules, Devin Cannady, (sic) has been suspended from the men's basketball team, pending further review," a Princeton spokesperson told The Trentonian.

    At around 3:30 a.m. at a Wawa adjacent to Princeton's campus, Cannady allegedly swung at a campus police officer, according to a statement from the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office.

    Cannady leads the Tigers in scoring, averaging 19.5 points through 12 games this season, including a combined 32 from the team’s this past winter break. In both matchups, Cannady spent every minute of game time on the court as a focal point of tanchester United legend Gary Neville is hoping Liverpool will clinch the title on March 14 or April 4.Neville will not be in the Sky Sports commentary box when Liverpool face Manchester City or Southampton, which means his reaction to United's rivalshe Princeton game plan.

    The Tigers lead the Ivy League with a 2-0 record, but won't play another conference gamrm Sportsbet.io as their new shirt sponsor, reports, /.The three-year deal, which has been labelled as the largest partnership in the club's history, will see Sportsbet.io replace online broker FxPro on the front of the Premier League outfit's home ae until February. It remains unclear how long Cannady's suspension from the team will last, but a prolonged absence would almost certainly hurt Princeton's chances of making it to the Ivy League Tournament.

    Ivy play is only just underway, but the League seems to be as wide open as it's ever been.

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  • Ivy title on the line for Penn women's tennis


    In coach Sanela Kunovac’s first season in 2009, Penn went winless in the Ivies for the first time ever.edly made it clear that there is no future for Sanchez at Old Trafford.The Chile international was sent out on loan to Inter Milan for this season, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists there's no way back for him, says the Daily Express.United are hoping Now, six seasons later, the Red and Blue have the chance to lay claim to their fourth title since competition opened in 1979.

    With two matches left in the season, the time to vie for the Ancient Eight title has come again, and for better or worse, it all comes down to the Quakers’ performances this weekend.

    “It is the first time in maybe nine, ten years, that going into the final weekend, we are completely in the fulm Allardyce can see his old club breaking the top six this season.Allardyce says Everton will finish above Manchester United and Chelsea.“I think Everton should break into the top six and if they're going to break in, this is the season to do it," l control of our destiny,” Kunovac said.

    Sitting in a three-way tie for second, the Red and Blue (10-7, 3-2 Ivy) will go up against the New York contingent of the Ivy League in Cornell and Columbia. The Big Red (14-7, 3-2) join Penn in second place as the Lions (14-5, 4-1) stand alone in first place with a lone loss to Yale.

    If the Quakers can defend their home courts this Friday against Cornell and escape from Columbia with a win as well, they guarantee themselves at least a share of the Ivy title.

    A quick glance at ITA rankings confirms that No. 52 Penn will face stiff competition in No. 63 Cornell and especially No. 34 Columbia, but time and time again, the Ancient Eight has showed that anything is possible.

    “We started off the Ivy season with two really tough losses,” junior Kana Daniel said. ”But we’ve been doing a really good job of just keeping our focus in the right place and working on improving every day of practice.”

    Throughout the season, Kunovac and her team have stressed the importance of their training. Now is the time to see if all that hard work has actually paid off.

    “What we’re going to do is we’re going to train as hard as we did all these weeks coming in and look for our normal tennis,” Kunovac said. “Nothing extraordinary, but our normal should be good enough to put us in the running.”

    “At this point it comes down to trusting our training,” she continued. “I feel like a champion team is one whose average is going to get them there.”

    There is no doubt that there will be at least one championship team on the court when Columbia and Penn confront each other on Sunday, but if the Quakers can pull off the upset, there may very well be two.

    For some of the Red and Blue players, however, a win over the Lions may not seem like an upset but a sign that all is well in the tennis world. Sonya Latycheva, the team’s lone senior, has not forgotten Penn’s 5-2 triumph over the Lions from last season.

    “I still have that in the back of my head,” the Toronto native said.

    Unfazed by Columbia’s top-forty ranking, the Quakers are quick to draw attention to their own strengths, most notably in their new additions of freshmen Marta Kowalska and O.J. Singh.

    “I don’t really want to think about whatever additions Columbia has had, but we’ve got those two [Kowalska and Singh], and I believe in them,” Latycheva added.

    But as important as having strengths are, Kunovac believes that the team’s recenLive to carry exclusive Spurs TV programming in the US, reports SportBusiness.The deal designates B/R Live as Tottenham's US streaming partner for the club's international programming block.Under the agreement, the Spurs TV weekly highlights programmt success can be attributed to one thing — confronting its weaknesses.

    “I think each match in itself throughout the season had a meaning, whether we lost or won,” Kunovac said. “We were willing to look at the bad, put a mirror to our faces and really look at it and, as painful as it was in certain moments, I think that we are reaping the benefits right now.

    “It’s good to be at this level in the Ivies right now.”

    This weekend, they'll find out exactly what that level is.

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  • Higgins | Most wonderful time of the year for Penn Athletics


    The date was April 13, 2014.

    Those of you with keen memories will remember this day as the Sunday of last year’s Fling weekend. For most of Penn’s student body, this particular Sunday is spent in various states of detoxification, paying homage to Gatorade, Advil and greasy bacon-egg-and-cheese sandwiches after a week’s worth of debauchery.

    But on that Sunday, I found myself sitting at Penn Park, under a clear Philadelphia sky watching the softball team slug its way through a doubleheader with Cornell. The Quakers captured wins in both of the afternoon’s games, scoring nine to the Big Red’s eight in each game.

    The numbers on the scoreboard are beside the point, though. Because it was there, sitting in the plastic stadium chairs at the softball diamond in Penn Park on that Sunday that it struck me: Penn students have no good reason not to attend the University’s spring sporting functions.

    Granted, there are those pesky things called problem sets, midterms and papers. But there is also this little thing called procrastination. And we all know that when the sun comes out from its winter hibernation, our inclination to complete work drops with every increasing degree of Fahrenheit. By the time the thermometer reaches the upper sixties, all bets at productivity are off.

    Plus, Penn’s roster of spring sports teams is good. Like, really good. The 13 teams competing in the spring have the potential to scoop up the most Ivy titles for Penn of any season of athletics.

    With a 7-1 conference record, baseball is off to its most explosive offensive start in program history with only one loss in the Ancient Eight — to Dartmouth, the Red Rolfe Division’s reigning champion. Last weekend, the team notched 13 home runs and 52 runs in four games. That’s almost madness.

    Softball is a perennial contender for the Ivy League crown, and this year is hardly different. With sluggers like junior Lauren Li and freshman Jurie Joyner — the Ancient Eight’s current Rookie of the Week — batting above .400, the action on the diamond won’t disappoint.

    Men’s lacrosse won the program’s first-ever program Ivy title in 2014, and despite a slow start to 2015 due to troubles in goal, the Quakers are finally translating their spurts of success on different parts of the field into wins.

    Women’s lacrosse, on the other hand, is nothing short of a dynasty. The Quakers have been absolutely destroying their opponents this year, with their only losses coming against No. 1 Maryland and No. 6 Northwestern.

    And did I mention that they have won the Ivy title for the last eight consecutive years?

    Men’s tennis to stick with his front three combination after victory at Tottenham.After the front three of Abraham, Mason Mount and Willian tormented Spurs all afternoon, the towering frontman loves the flexibility he and his team-mates are showing… even if it hit its way to its highest Intercollegiate Tennis Association ranking in program history — No. 39 — back in February. Although the team’s 0-3 Ivy record may not seem impressive, the lack of wins does not account for the strength of schedule, as the Ancient Eight features some of the stiffest competition in the nation.

    And if you must pick one spring sports team to support, at the very least root for track. Seriously, if you had to pick one sporting event to attend for the rest of the year between now and graduation, it would be Penn Relays from April 23 to 25.changed to to Not that you should really need a reason to see Franklin Field full for the only time all year, but the meet is the biggest track meet not just in the nation, but in the world. And it’s Penn Relays!

    As an athlete myself, I can attest to justignoring him and his teammates for awards in recent seasons.City have won the Premier League title three times in the last six seasons but none of their players have been crowned PFA Player of the Year. Sterling, who was named PFA Young Player of the how great it feels to see your friends, or really just anyone between the ages r City boss Pep Guardiola admitted his was very happy to leave Everton with a victory.A notoriously tough venue for top teams in recent years, the City boss was happy to tick this game off this season's fixture list.“In the first half, we started wof 18 and 23, in the stands supporting the Red and the Blue. Calling it ‘warm and fuzzy’ might be a little too far, but getting even just the slightest bit of recognition for all of the hours you spend on the field, in the pool, on the courtsoc or in the weight room is nothing short of gratifying.

    So go for for your friends, for your peers, for your resentment that Penn is not a school where sporting events are a campus-wide ordeals. But really, just go.

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  • Ghosh | Penn women's basketball setting stage for future success


    The potential is there.

    For half of Tuesday night’s game against Princeelder Emmanuel Petit admits Maurizio Sarri's team "bores" him.Sarri's future is up in the air as fans have failed to warm to the Italian despite him guiding Chelsea into the Europa League final.And while Petit thinks victory over Arsenal would mean aton, we saw the team that Penn women’s basketball can become.

    The Quakers led by one with less than 10 minutes remaining nal signing Gabriel Martinelli says he bases his game off Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo.The highly-rated 18-year-old completed a £6m switch from Ituano on Tuesday.Most Gooners won't know much about the Brazilian striker, but he says his game is baagainst the first-place Tigers — and then reality set back in.

    The box score will show another double-digit win for Princeton, but Penn outscored the Tigers, 30-17, in the middle 20 minutes of the game.

    Whether or not the Quakers’ resume is ultimately strong enough to earn them a postseason bid, they still have plenty of momentum going into next season. The key for the Red and Blue will be to turn their flashes of brilliance into sustained excellence.

    Continuity should be a huge advantage for the Quakers heading into next season, as they will only graduate two players — and no starters — this year. Princeton, on the other hand, will graduate four of tonight’s five starters.

    Coming back for her swan song next season will be leading scorer junior Alyssa Ba offer from PSG involving Neymar.The Independent says United turned down an offer from Paris Saint-Germain to swap Paul Pogba for Neymar.Pogba looks set to leave Old Trafford this summer after recently claiming "it could be a good time to have a new ron.

    Baron’s scoring average took a dip this season but she is shooting at the highest percentage of her career. Meanwhile, her rebounding and assists numbers have been up in each of the past two years.

    “She’s becoming the full package, and I think at the end of next year you’re going to see that complete player,” coach Mike McLaughlin said.

    Baron will continue to have help in the backcourt from freshman guard Keiera Ray. Ray’s 31-point performance in Penn’s home win against Harvard showed she can take over against top Ivy teams.

    Sophomore Kara Bonenberger is fresh off a double-double against Yale, while junior Meghan McCullough, who was penciled in as the starting point guard before the season began, will return next season from a torn ACL.

    That also doesn’t include the countless role players that will be returning and the possibility of the emergence of another freshman like Ray this year.

    The Palestra has also emerged this season as a tough destination for any Ivy opponent. Penn finished 5-2 at home this season, including a signature win over second-place Harvard.

    The flashes of brilliance have taken a two-win team and turned it into a third-place team after only three years. But to take that final step to be a title contender, the Quakers still have room to grow.

    One place to begin for the Red and Blue is to bring their end-of-game intensity to the opening tip.

    After the Princeton game, Baron talked about the team’s resiliency in the face of adversity, a trait that will serve them well in the future.

    But all three of Penn’s most recent losses followed a similar script: the Quakers dig themselves a big hole, then play brilliantly to close the gap — only to fall short when they run out of steam.

    That being said, the future is bright for the Quakers.

    Before Tuesday night’s game, McLaughlin talked about setting “attainable goals” against a strong Princeton squad.

    Attainable goals next season should now include a win over Princeton — especially at home — and an Ivy title.

    TIM GHOSH is a junior finance and computer science major from Rochester, N.Y. He can be reached at dpsports@theDP.com.SEE ALSO

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  • Need a tip? Miller's been there


    When he left Providence, R.I. and the Brown basketball program for the head coaching job at Penn, Glen Miller was faced with the difficult task of replacing Philadelphia icon Fran Dunphy.

    But in 1993, 13 years before he took over for Dunphy, Miller was replacing some of the lower-profile denizens of the athletic world.

    "I had a stint where I was going in for a gym teacher on kind of a long-term basis so we played a lot of games - capture the flag and a lot of fun games like that," Miller said. "Quite different from coaching."

    While Miller's pay as an assistant coach at Connecticut had been decent, a restricted-earnings rule would have dropped his total income tctory over Southampton, Klopp says the desire of his team is summed up by the leadership of his captain,.“Hendo is one example. There are plenty of others. But did he look like the captain of a team that is 19 points ahead?" Klopp said as Liverpoolo about $20,000 annually. If he was going to subsist on a low salary, he was going to be a head coach while he did it.

    So he left his post at UConn in 1993 to take the interim coaching job at Division-III Connecticut College and with it a meager new salary of $12,000.

    To supplement his income, he spent the year moonlighting. He worked for his wife's parents as a delivery driver and as a substitute gym teacher around New London, Conn.

    Miller had driven a taxi during his summers in college, so he was no stranger to that line of work. But balancing a coaching job and other employment required serious juggling on his part.

    "Sometimes," Miller said, "I would leave work and take a delivery trip, come back and go back to work former club Juventus.The pair played together in Turin.Evra told the Daily Mail, "I don't know what Paul's future holds. I do know that he felt really loved in Juventus. He doesn't feel that love in Manchester. We always forget what a player is abou and stay in the office until midnight if I needed to."

    The interim tag would eventually be dropped, and Miller transformed Connecticut College into a D-III power - the Camels made the NCAA Tournament in two consecutive years at the end of Miller's tenure, including a Final Four appearance in 1999.

    Today, having emerged from life in the sererto Firmino and Mohamed Salah.The trio have lead Liverpool's resurgence over the past three seasons, culminating in last season's Champions League triumph.Mane told TV 2: "It's easy to work with them. Personally, I feel lucky to get to play with thevice industry, Miller and his family have taken on a unique viewpoint fostered in part by the coach's odd jobs.

    "My wife tips when she goes through the drive-thru at Dunkin' Donuts," he said, adding that "tip everybody" has become a sort of Miller mantra.

    With an Ivy title and an appearance in the real March Madness under his belt, Miller can look back fondly on his time as a sub.

    "It was a lot of fun interacting with the kids on a daily basis," he said.

    But he knows he learned a valuable life lesson back in 1993.

    "Recruit well and build a program," Miller said, "because you don't want to drive delivery and [be a] substitute teacher for your career."

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  • Ailing RHP happy to help out at short, too


    When Penn shortstop William Gordon tweaked his shoulder last week, the Quakers weren't just in danger of losing their No. 6 hitter - they would havAntoine Griezmann is a Barcelona player. The Frenchman's signature is one of the biggest moves made by any club in this summer's window, and leads to a whole host of questions regarding where he might feature in the side.A versatile operator, the 28-e been a man short in the bullpen as well.

    Luckily for Penn, the freshman will be available to be the man the middle infield for this weekend's home doubleheaders against Harvard and Dartmouth. While he has doubled as a relief pitcher, coach John Cole said Gordon's arm trouble has kept him off the mound in recent games. But even if he's just asked to trot out to short Tottenham have been offered a deal to re-sign Bale on loan from Real Madrid.Bale left Spurs in 2013 when Real made him the world's most expensive footballer at the time with an £86million transfer fee.He earns more than £600,000 per week but Real wthis weekend, Gordon has relished his dual role.

    "I just try to help out whenever I can," Gordon said. "Shortstop is more important right now because our team is doing alright with pitching."

    Due to his bum shoulder and Penn's plethora of arms in the 'pen, Gordon has pitched just three and two-thirds innings this season.

    But despite his .231 batting average, Gordon has started every game, and of late, his bat is sl have turned down Dani Ceballos' request to terminate his loan.The midfielder, reports AS, approached manager Mikel Arteta this week about ending his loan and returning to parent club Real Madrid.However, Arteta has rejected the request.The Gunners tarting to get a little bit hot - his two runs and two RBIs against Saint Joseph's this week helped the Quakers crawl back and get the win.

    Cole knows what he's capable of.

    "He's a talented kid, he's a two-way guy," he said. "We need to get him back healthy so he can help us on the mound."

    While its pitching depth is a strong suit, Penn will certainly need any and every fresh arm available this weekend, especially on Saturday, when Harvard's versatile offense arrives at Meiklejohn.

    The Crimson boast a pair of power hitters with slugging percentages over .420 in right fielder Tom Stack-Babich and first baseman Steffan Wilson. Although he is hitting about 40 points below his career average this season, Wilson is considered by many to be the best player in the Ivy League and a legitimate pro prospect.

    Freshman Todd Roth, who will almost certainly start a game over the weekend, isn't fazed by Wilson's reputation.

    "I'm gonna go out and do my thing," Roth said, "and make him adjust to me."

    But Cole isn't as concerned with Harvard's sluggers as he is with its speedsters.

    Third baseman Matt Vance and center fielder Matt Rogers have each swiped seven bases this year and have been caught three times between them.

    "It's going to be important for us to neutralize their speed game and do a good job of keeping their runners off the bases," Cole said.

    Dartmouth, on the other hand, does not have any incredible power or speed in its lineup.

    The Big Green don't put up any gaudy numbers from the plate or on the mound - as a team they are hitting .269 and have an ERA of 7.71 - but the Quakers will have to be wary of their two-headed monster at the front end of the starting rotation.

    Russell and Robert Young, brothers from Cleburne, Texas, have a combined ERA of 3.82, and a start from either one could give Penn trouble.

    But because the Quakers are already in a bit of a hole in their division, any thoughts of individual performances, scouting reports or next week's Liberty Bell Classic will have to be put out of their heads this weekend.

    With winnable games on the table, Penn can be zeroed in on one thing - quality baseball.

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  • in the Premier League.Despite being part of Villa’


    left fielder has excelled against right-handed pitchers this spring, hitting .359/.405/.487 in 39 plate appearances. He has a .323/.373/.468 line in 68 plate appearances this spring. 

    Marte closed out the spring with another solick Junior Firpo on a five-year contract from Real Betis for a fee which could rise to £27.5m.The Spanish champions have included a £183m buy-out clause in the Dominican-born 22-year-old's contract.Firpo featured in 29 games last season and was partd performance Saturday, and he showed a bit more balance.kly turned down by Steven Gerrard's Rangers.The SPL team are adamant that they have no need to sell the midfielder, and believe that his value will continue to increase according to the Rangers-Brighton-Glen-Kamara-transfer-latest">Daily Star.The Sco Marte hit a second-inning grand slam off Tony Watson, a lefty for the team's Double-A affiliate. He went 2 for 3 in the final tune up for the regular season. 

    Marte is expected to lead off for the Pirates this season and is unlikely to be used as a platoon player if he keeps posting strong performances against right-handed pitchinr Frank Lampard had some positive news about Tammy Abraham after Wednesday's draw with Valencia.The striker was helped off after an awkward fall.But Lampard says the injury isn't bad as it was first feared."He's in the dressing room now. It looked qug. He struggled against right-handers last season, hitting just .236/.277/.350 in 132 plate appearances against them with the Pirates.

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  • ague and Europa League this term.Nuno Espirito San


    third baseman is listed as day-to-day after being scratched from Friday's Grapefruit League contest against Tampa Bay. The team said Inthe upcoming game between the two sides.Madrid is in crisis because of the coronavirus update and City are aware that ml midfielder Joe Willock insists the players are responding to new manager Mikel Arteta's methods after defeat to Chelsea.Willock is confident the team will be successful under Arteta long-term.He told arsenal.com: "He's installed energy, he's instalany Real fans may not want to travel.It is uncers were properly focused for their behind-closed-doors match with LASK Linz after the warm-up.United thrashed the Austrian leaders 5-0 in their Europa League round-of-16 first leg to kill the tie, despite uncertainty over the European football calenlear if they will even be allowed, given the way governments are responding to the crge is experiencing "lingering discomfort" in his right shoulder blade after being hit by a pitch during a game on March 14. X-rays were negative.

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  • r Exequiel Palacios says a move to Real Madrid cou


    Now th Gunnar Solskjaer was furious after their penalty cock-up at Wolves.The Sun says Paul Pogba won the 68th-minute spot-kick after being fouled in the box. Both he and Marcus Rashford wanted to take it, before the French World Cup winner got hingel Haro says they're yet to hear from Barcelona about a deal for Loren Moron.The striker has been linked with a move to the Camp Nou after the injuries to Ousmane Dembele and Luis Suarez, with Barcelona set to request permission from the Spanish Fos way.Butat we have the news the are moving forward with and at shortstop, it doesn't exactly stir up a lot of intrigue for Fantasy owners. It would have been better if Tyler Greene ran away with the job because at least he had some untapped offensive pot of praise for Jamie Vardy.Rodgers likens the ex-England forward's game to the role Luis Suarez had in his days as Liverpool manger."People sometimes ask me: 'Why don't you play with two strikers?'," said Rodgers. "Jamie's playing consistently at a hential, but now he's not even going to be on the Astros' roster. 

    Gonzalez's and Cedeno's strength is defense, so there's not much here for Fantasy owners to see. Neither have great offensive upside and could end up splitting playing time. Both players are desperation AL-only Fantasy options, so continue to look toward better alternatives on Draft Day.

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    MLB.com reports closer , who is expected to miss the start of the season as he works his way back from Tommy John surgery last April, threw a 2Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes the side's defensive frailties will eventually get exposed.The Blues are on an excellent run in the Premier League, which has taken them up to third in the table on goal difference from Leicester City. They are 5-pitch kasz Fabianski blames himself for defeat at Liverpool last night.The Hammers were heading for a shock win at Anfield before the goalkeeper's blunder allowed Me for Watford having sustained a muscle injury against Red Bull Salzburg on Tuesday night.Klopp said: "He is out. It's muscle this time – more serious than last time. We don't have a timeframe."With Joel Matip (knee) sidelined Klopp has just Joe Goo Salah's tame shot to trickle through his legs to make it 2-2.Sadio Mane scored in the 81stbullpen session Thursday at 50-percent intensity. He did not throw in the bullpen Wednesday as first reported.

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  • Reward offered in the case of the missing Brewers’ racing sausage


    Earlier on Wednesday the esteemed Dayn Perry told you about the ' racing Italian sausage, which apparently walked out of Milwaukee Curling Club's new Cedarburg location during a fundraiser earlier this month. An unanonymous hero has emerged in the form of the Mustard Girl All American Mustards company, which is offering quite the reward to whoever returns the costume. has the skinny:

    Jennifer Connor, owner of the Pleasant Prairie-based company, said the links can't race without the Italian Sausage and must be reunitn from Crystal Palace, Sorloth has been linked with Real Madrid and was watched by Manchester United scouts on the weekend.The Norway international is aware of the speculation and said: "I've seen the rumoursin talks over a fee for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.The Daily Mail says the two clubs remain locked in discussions as United try to find common ground with Palace and agree a fee f penned a one-year extension with Everton.The 34-year-old has been with the club since 2007. Baines said: "As you get older you realise the work you need to do to sustain the level required by the club."And to be judged to be at that level in the lator right back Wan-Bissaka.United have had one bid for the England Under-21 defen, there are so many. I have read them and ed.

    "I'm a super big fan, and I like to give them big squeezes all the time," Connor said. "We have to keep our Sausage Racers whole."

    Whoever finds the costume will receive a case of mustard a month. A case has 12 bottles. The mustards are all-natural and gluten-free and come in five different flavors: Sweet 'n' Fancy Yellow, Stone Ground Deli, Zesty Horseradish, Sweet 'n' Spicy Honey, and American Dijon.

    I'm not a mustard guy, but this is very clearly serious business. There is an Italian sausage on the loose in greater Milwaukee and the perpetrator must be brought to justice. Or the sausage has to be returned, one or the other.

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  • ham has quickly adjusted to coach Diego Simeone’s


    Indians starting pitcher yielded two hits in two scoreless inning of relief during Cleveland's 7-4 win over Milwaukee in CWith retimes has already gone through ankle surgery after his injury against Tottenham.Gomes seriously hurt his ankle after a Heung-Min Son tackle led him to awkwardly collide with Serge Aurier.But the club says he has gone through a procedure and is now recoring Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech in the frame for the sporting director's job at Chelsea, he could be joined by former Blues teammate Makelele.That's according to well-connected French outlet Euro United.Makelele, currently coach of Eupen iactus League play Sunday. Bauer, one of a handful la as coach for next season.Montella met new owner Rocco Commisso on Friday and will now stay on. “I met Vincenzo this afternoon and he made an excellent impression on me," the Italo-American told the Viola's official website.“He was full of enthof players competing for a spot in the back end of the rotation, mowed down two of the eight batters he faced via strikeout without permitting a walk. Two of his competitors -- and -- combined for two strikeouts in three innings.

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  • on.Kelleher bagged a Champions League winners meda


    Detroit starting candidates and are both fighting for the fifth spot in the rotation this spring, reports .com Tuesds the Brazilian is "honoured" by their interest.Felipe has emerged as a summer target for Barca sports chief Eric Abidal.And agent Stefano Castagna said, “It's an honour if Barça follows you, but the player is focused on Lazio. He wants to win theay. Manager Jim Leyland came out and said they both can start and he's not planning on giving daily updates as to who is leading the battle. “We know we have two guys capable of starting in the big leagues, and one of them is going to start for sure,” Leylandr turned down a move to Newcastlesacked as manager of Tottenham Hotspur.Spurs have won just five games this season, leaving them in 14th on the Premier League table.And the club's hierarchy has decided to act by axing Pochettino and his staff.The Argentine spent five years at the cl last month, despite Lille accepting an offer for him in the final week of the winter market. The Toon's proposal was for a fee rising to €60m.Newcastle, reports Le 10 Sport, are ready to try again and have turned S said Tuesday morning.

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