Austin College was in control early and maintained a double-digit lead for much of the game, but Texas Lutheran caught fire from long distance while the 'Roos went 0-for-5 from deep in the final quarter. A triple for TLU and a basket by Dominique Campos put the Bulldogs ahead for good with 51 seconds to play, and the 'Roos were unable to counter. Ann Savage and Addison Walling each scored nine for the 'Roos, who were just 3-of-13 from the field and 4-of-8 from the free throw line in the fourth quarter. Campos led Texas Lutheran with 23 points, hitting 3-of-5 threes, and Tara Molina scored 19 with a 5-of-8 performance from deep.
SEGUIN, Texas - In a announcement made Saturday afternoon at the conference tournament, Austin College's Ann Savage was named the 2019 SCAC Women's Basketball Elite 19 award winner. The SCAC Elite 19 is awarded to the student-athlete who has at least a cumulative 3.25 GPA, at least 60 credit hours and earns All-SCAC honors for that particular season. A student-athlete will be honored annually from each of the league's 19 conference-sponsored sports and will be recognized at the site at that year's conference championship event. This is the inaugural year of the SCAC Elite 19 award.
Roanoke, Va. -- University of Lynchburg's equestrian team totaled eight ribbons Saturday at the Hollins Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association show to finish seventh in the team standings. Two more Lynchburg riders -- senior Missy Green (Vienna, Va.) and freshman Allie Robinson (Duxbury, Mass.) Green took the white ribbon on Novice Flat while Robinson did the same in Advanced Walk Trot Canter. Freshman Dana Collings (McLean, Va.) took fifth in Advanced Walk Trot Canter.
CAZENOVIA, N.Y. SUNY Geneseo sophomores Lauren Kaehler and Cheyenne Otto each earned second-place finishes as point riders to lead the Knights at Cazenovia on Saturday afternoon. Kaehler placed second in the advanced walk trot canter while Otto earned a second-place finish in the novice flat. Geneseo competes in its final regular season show on Sunday at St. Lawrence, as several riders hope to qualify for regionals. Samantha Branch: 2nd Novice Over Fences, 6th Open Flat
Video Details Admiral Schofield drops team high 27 in No. 3 Tennessee's last-second loss to No. The Tigers hit a pair of late free throws to win 82-80.
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The winter storm that dumped a foot or more of snow in some parts of New Mexico is causing headaches for some drivers. A 16-mile stretch of Interstate 40 was also closed for hours from the Arizona state line to the Gallup West Interchange due to multiple vehicle crashes, according to the New Mexico Road Advisory Hotline. New Mexico State Police spokesman Ray Wilson said that stretch of I-40 has since been reopened. The UNM-Gallup campus also announced that it would be closed due to icy roads and heavy snow.
Community Board 1 leads Staten Island in complaints about transit and parking, according to its meeting announcement. Arlington Castleton Corners Clifton Concord Elm Park Fort Wadsworth Graniteville Grymes Hill Livingston Mariners Harbor New Brighton Port Richmond Randall Manor Rosebank St. George Shore Acres Silver Lake Stapleton Sunnyside Tompkinsville West Brighton Westerleigh Annadale Arden Heights Bay Terrace Charleston Eltingville Great Kills Greenridge Huguenot New Dorp Oakwood Pleasant Plains Princes Bay Richmond Valley -- Richmond -- Rossville -- Tottenville -- Woodrow. All committee meetings take place at the Community Board 3 office, located on the second floor of 1243 Woodrow Rd.
The $26.3 million in improvements, which includes new locker rooms and meeting facilities for the football team, two new entrances on the west side, as well as permanent seating that includes 10 suites and 15 loge boxes, is expected to take 18 months to complete.The Dome has always been a busy place on Wednesday the east side included runners, jumpers and throwers from the track team as well as golfers hitting at targets and will be even more hectic now with heavy-duty construction taking up one side while the other continues to serve student-athletes just as it always has. 2, the building will be going on while the Dome continues to provide training areas and locker room space for Coyote athletic programs. "In the meantime, it will not be uncommon to see heavy equipment making its way onto the Dome floor through garage entryway located in the northwest corner. To that end, the Coyotes have been using the former Builders Supply store in Vermillion as an "annex" to the Dome while teams wait for the weather to warm up.
DeJong, riding Alaina for a 62-56 win and Yowan, with an 81-69 conquest on Hamilton (improving her undefeated record on the flat to 7-0-1) helped propel the team to an exciting 4-0 event finish. Ostling rose up to defeat UC Davis, 83-54, on Punch (29 point margin of victory), as Gray on Andrew won, 72-68.In Horsemanship,andcombined for a perfect 4-0. Mauney tallied a 75-69 victory, as Vroegh earned a 73.5-70.5 win on Ray, and Neiberger, riding Shirley, outscored her competitor, 74.5-68.For reining, SMU held off the Aggies' final attempts, by going 2-2 in the arena. Lansidel, with 72.5-67.5 triumph on Tinsel, and team captain, earning a score of 72 on Juice (72-68 victory), closed out the contest, bringing home the win for SMU.The No.