Syracuse women’s lacrosse ranked 12th in Inside Lacrosse’s preseason ranking

first_imgSyracuse was ranked 12th in the Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook preseason women’s lacrosse rankings. The Orange were the fourth of seven Atlantic Coast Conference teams ranked. The Orange are coming off the first losing season in program history, finishing at 9-10, 1-6 in the ACC. Syracuse made the NCAA tournament but lost in the opening round to Princeton, 12-11.SU returns three of its top four scorers from a year ago after graduating Riley Donahue. Emily Hawryschuk is back after leading the Orange with 53 goals a year ago. She’s joined in return by second- and third-leading goal scorers, Nicole Levy and Sam Swart. Second-leading assister, Molly Carter, returns for her sophomore year as well.In goal, Syracuse returns its top two players from a year ago, Asa Goldstock and Hannah Van Middelem. Ella Simkins, who led the SU field players in ground balls, is back for her junior season. The Orange also bring in two freshmen who were recently named to the U19 U.S. team: Megan Carney and Sarah Cooper. Carney, a Texas native, was named an Under Armour All-American a year ago after tallying 92 goals and 31 assists at McKinney (Texas) High School. Cooper was ranked the top defender in the freshman class by Inside Lacrosse.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s schedule has not yet been released. Comments Published on December 18, 2018 at 1:10 pm Contact Billy: [email protected] | @Wheyen3center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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On Air…Platin Gaming gains Extreme Live Gaming content

first_imgShare StumbleUpon Submit Platin Gaming appoints Matthijs Vogelenzang as Commercial lead July 17, 2018 Tipbet evolves cash out feature for new season July 30, 2018 Share Related Articles Betradar accredits Platin Gaming sports betting solutions February 27, 2017 Updating its client base, industry software provider Platin Gaming has announced that it has added Extreme Live Gaming provisions available to its inventory of partner content.Extreme Live Gaming is the Live Dealer specialist division of leading gambling technology firm Novomatic Group.Moving forward Malta-based Platin Gaming will now be supplied games for its online gaming and sports betting platform, which will be delivered from their new partner company’s London studios.Utilising optimised API’s and best in-class HD streaming technology, Extreme Live Gaming offers a diverse portfolio of live dealer games, including roulette, blackjack, baccarat and its own Golden Ball game.Extreme Live Gaming’s founder and CEO Darwyn Palenzuela: “The aim for us is always to provide our diverse and innovative games to the most dynamic and exciting providers. With its history of growth in Sports Betting and now Casinos, Platin Gaming is a tremendous partner for our business.”Dr. Ryan Mifsud at Platin Gaming, welcomed Extreme Live as new partners: “We take great care to provide the ideal mix and choice of games for our customers. The selection of Extreme Live Gaming as our Live Dealer supplier, with its unique player features, is designed to enhance further this optimal portfolio. We are looking forward to a long and mutually successful partnership.”last_img read more

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Centro Olympia Traverse Challenges Athletes

first_imgFacebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by The Port of OlympiaAthletes will bike, paddle, run and trek from Capital Forest to Port Plaza in the Centro Olympia Traverse on July 26. Join the cheering crowd at the Port Plaza finish line to see who comes in first in their division!Solo, tandem, relay and company teams challenge themselves and one another on a course that highlights the recreational opportunities of the Olympia area. The journey is also designed to celebrate the life cycle of wild salmon through their natural and urban challenges.The Port is proud to be a partner in the Centro Olympia Traverse. This year the event’s chosen beneficiary is Capitol Land Trust. Schedule12:00 pm: Start at Capital Forest12:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Watch at the traverse transitions2:00 pm – 4:00 pm:·        Watch the finishers at the Fish Tale Finish Line at Port Plaza·        Hands On Children’s Museum hosts activities for the Kids of the Traverse4:30 pm: Awards Ceremony at Port PlazaCourseMountain Bike: 7.4 miles in Capitol Forest out of Mima Falls TrailheadRoad Bike: 22 miles from Capitol Forest, through The Evergreen State College campus to West Bay Park in downtown Olympia.Paddle: 3.5 miles from West Bay Park around Budd Inlet to Swantown BoatworksRun: 4.5 miles from Swantown out to Priest Point Park and back to East Bay Public Plaza.Trek: .5 miles by teams from East Bay Public Plaza to Port Plaza.For the traverse route and other information: http://www.recreationnorthwest.org/olympia-traverse/last_img read more

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