Archive for February, 2009

Pep to drop two Athletic teams - Pepperdine Universitry Waves

Pep to drop two Athletic teams
Pepperdine Universitry Waves
In response to the current economic environment and the need to reduce its budget, the Pepperdine University Department of Athletics announced today that it will discontinue two of its varsity athletic programs following the 2008-09 school year.
Pepperdine to eliminate two sports Los Angeles Daily News
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Courtesy: Ball State Athletics - BallStateSports.com


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Courtesy: Ball State Athletics
BallStateSports.com
DEKALB, Ill. – The Ball State men’s basketball team suffered a 56-55 loss Saturday afternoon to Mid-American Conference foe Northern Illinois at the Convocation Center. The Cardinals rallied from a 10-point second half deficit to pull within one in the
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics BallStateSports.com
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics BallStateSports.com
Courtesy: Ball State Athletics BallStateSports.com
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What a load of rubbish - in both games - guardian.co.uk


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What a load of rubbish - in both games
guardian.co.uk, UK
Change is not always welcome in our rugby. Well, thank goodness for that nine o'clock special, the France?Wales game that made up for one of the most woeful Saturdays of rugby in living memory. At least Scotland-Italy had nothing to live up to,
France beats Wales 21-16 in Six Nations rugby contest The Canadian Press
Harinordoquy at heart of French revival Times Online
You’d better get used to this Friday feeling in Six Nations! WalesOnline
Sportbox - WalesOnline
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Series is Test cricket's big chance - The Australian


guardian.co.uk
Series is Test cricket's big chance
The Australian, Australia
CRICKET will never supplant soccer as the preferred sport of the South African majority but like never before it has a priceless opportunity to enter the consciousness of the Rainbow Nation. And remain there. And this is no idle observation.
Cricket-Australia had no eye on the weather, says Siddle Reuters UK
Australia 254-5 After Day One of Cricket Test in South Africa Bloomberg
Australia on top of South Africa in first cricket Test The Australian
Reuters UK - Reuters UK
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Soccer-Woodgate relishing chance to repeat League Cup success - Reuters


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Soccer-Woodgate relishing chance to repeat League Cup success
Reuters
By Kylie MacLellan LONDON, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's patched-up defender Jonathan Woodgate is hoping their resilience against the 'big teams' this season means the holders can triumph over Manchester United in Sunday's League Cup final.
Carling Cup Final on Sunday OnlineSportsHandicapping.com
Redknapp says Cup win eased fears of drop Taipei Times
Harry's Wembley way Tottenham Football Club
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Boys' basketball: Taft pulls first-half surprise - Los Angeles Times

Boys' basketball: Taft pulls first-half surprise
Los Angeles Times, CA
The Toreadors are bottling up Fairfax big man Renardo Sidney with multiple defenders, and the ploy paid off in the first half of a City Section Division I semifinal in which Taft took a 31-24 lead into intermission. Sidney did not score in the second
Boys' basketball: Taft leaves Fairfax punch-less Los Angeles Times
Boys' basketball: Taft on verge of upset Los Angeles Times
Boys' basketball: In defense of Renardo Sidney Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
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The College of New Jersey Athletics - The College of New Jersey Athletics

The College of New Jersey Athletics
The College of New Jersey Athletics, NJ
The College of New Jersey women’s basketball team hosted the Cougars of Kean University on Saturday afternoon in the championship game of the 2008-2009 New Jersey Athletic Conference playoffs. TCNJ would tally a 69-57 victory to capture the program’s


Ireland Tops England 14-13 to Stay Unbeaten in Six Nations Rugby - Bloomberg


Telegraph.co.uk
Ireland Tops England 14-13 to Stay Unbeaten in Six Nations Rugby
Bloomberg
28 (Bloomberg) — Ireland defeated England 14-13 to remain the lone undefeated team in rugby’s Six Nations tournament. Captain Brian O’Driscoll scored a try and kicked a drop goal at Croke Park in Dublin as Ireland won its third straight game.
Rugby manager Johnson calls for 'massive' England improvement AFP
Rugby-Johnson angry over more England indiscipline Reuters UK
Ireland edges England 14-13 and keep its Six Nations rugby hopes alive The Canadian Press
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Boys' basketball: Cleveland takes early lead - Los Angeles Times

Boys' basketball: Cleveland takes early lead
Los Angeles Times, CA
Here's a stunner: Fourth-seeded Cleveland is leading top-seeded Westchester, 13-12, at the end of the first quarter of today's City Section Division I semifinal at the Galen Center. Prince Obasi made a layup to give the Cavaliers the lead in the final
Westchester erupts, roars into another LA City Section boys Daily Breeze
Boys' basketball: Westchester pulls away for victory Los Angeles Times
Boys' basketball: Goodbye, Cleveland! Los Angeles Times
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Cricket: Rain could prove the winner - New Zealand Herald


TVNZ
Cricket: Rain could prove the winner
New Zealand Herald, New Zealand
With the wet stuff seemingly targeting every high-profile cricket match in the country this summer, it will just be another in a catalogue of unsatisfactory results should it affect the final. It drizzled all afternoon yesterday and groundsman Tom
Cricket: Otago reigns despite the rain Otago Daily Times
Weather dashes cricket hopes Radio Sport
Final washout gifts Otago Twenty20 crown Stuff.co.nz
TVNZ - Otago Daily Times
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