Archive for January, 2015

Turf field named after founder of Wheaton soccer program - Chicago Daily Herald


Chicago Daily Herald
Turf field named after founder of Wheaton soccer program
Chicago Daily Herald
Jerry Fajkus, center, who started the Wheaton Park District soccer program in 1973, is honored for his legacy of soccer and sportsmanship during a ceremony at the Wheaton Park District Central Athletic Center. His sons, Willie Fajkus, left, and Charlie

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Golf Capsules - ABC News


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Golf Capsules
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For all his birdies Saturday, two big pars kept Martin Laird in control at the Phoenix Open. Laird made 10-footers for par on the 16th and 18th holes and had a 3-under 68, giving him a three-shot lead going into the final round over a new pair of the
Gallery: Phoenix Open golf tournamentSacramento Bee
Golf results, Jan. 31SFGate
Martin Laird Remains in Phoenix Lead Through 54 HolesGolf Channel (press release) (blog)

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Rugby: Retallick locks down lofty goals - New Zealand Herald

Rugby: Retallick locks down lofty goals
New Zealand Herald
Where to now for the world's best rugby player? Sure, there is a Rugby World Cup to win, a Super Rugby crown to regain. But how does IRB Player of the Year Brodie Retallick clear the head, bin the laurels and start again? The man himself is not too fussed.

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Prep notes: Davis girls’ soccer star named to U.S. U-17 team - Salt Lake Tribune

Prep notes: Davis girls' soccer star named to U.S. U-17 team
Salt Lake Tribune
After helping lead the Davis Darts to the Class 5A state girls' soccer crown in the fall and committing to Brigham Young University shortly thereafter, the talented goal-scorer has been named to the United States women's national team's U-17 roster for


UK basketball notebook: Former Selection Committee members disagree with … - Lexington Herald Leader

UK basketball notebook: Former Selection Committee members disagree with
Lexington Herald Leader
This evoked memories of then Coach Rick Pitino's sage advice when some trifle in the 1990s stirred the ever-boiling UK basketball pot. Overwrought fans should take their significant other to dinner, he said. Sip a fine wine. Return home, put on "the


No. 26 Women’s Tennis Wins Fifth Consecutive - LEX18 Lexington KY News


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No. 26 Women's Tennis Wins Fifth Consecutive
LEX18 Lexington KY News
The No. 26 University of Kentucky women's tennis team won its fifth consecutive match with a dominating performance against the Penn State Nittany Lions Saturday at the Hilary J. Boone Tennis Complex. The 6-1 win gives the Wildcats a 5-1 record on the …
Homestand Begins for Women's Tennis Saturday vs. Penn StateUKAthletics

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Trio named to Austin Peay Athletics Hall of Fame - Clarksville Leaf Chronicle


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Trio named to Austin Peay Athletics Hall of Fame
Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
Bob Bradley, Grant Leaver and Ed Bunio became the 108th, 109th and 110th members of APSU's Athletics Hall of Fame during the 38th annual ceremony. Family, friends, former teammates and members of the 1977 Ohio Valley Conference Championship …


Cricket and our societal development - The News on Sunday


The News on Sunday
Cricket and our societal development
The News on Sunday
John Sackville, the 3rd Duke of Dorset and one of cricket's earliest patrons, once in a rather lyrical mood stated: “What is human life but a game of cricket”. Then onwards, we find cricket history and literature replete with moments and references
Amir plays first club cricket match in over four yearsGeo News, Pakistan
Pakistan cricket chief denies Mohammad Amir fast-trackedIBNLive
Pakistan cricket chief Shaharyar Khan: Mohammad Aamer not fast-trackedSport360°

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Roper, Tigers basketball win third straight - Greenville News


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Roper, Tigers basketball win third straight
Greenville News
On an Alumni Reunion Day that saw more than 100 former Clemson men's basketball players return to be recognized – including members of the 1979-80 and 1989-90 teams that made deep NCAA Tournaments runs – this year's Tigers served notice that …
Boston College Basketball vs. Clemson: Q&A with Shakin The SouthlandBC Interruption

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WNEU celebrates women in sports - wwlp.com


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WNEU celebrates women in sports
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For the past 16 years, Western New England University in Springfield has helped girls build self-esteem through sports. Young girls all across western Massachusetts got a chance to learn more about sports on Saturday as part of Girls and Women in

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