3-goal 2nd period pushes Syracuse past Mercyhurst

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ A three-goal second period was what Syracuse (3-5-3, 3-1-1 College Hockey America) needed to triumph over Mercyhurst (2-8-1, 1-4-0 CHA) at Mercyhurst Ice Center in Erie, Pennsylvania.Mercyhurst opened the scoring about halfway through the first period on a power play goal off the stick of Rachael Smith.Coming out of the first intermission down a goal — something all too familiar for the Orange this year — Syracuse came roaring back in the third, scoring two goals in the first four minutes of the second period. Heather Schwarz and Stephanie Grossi tallied the goals for the Orange. Schwarz notched her second goal about ten minutes later in the period, on the power play, to make the score 3-1.Mercyhurst clawed back to within one goal with 30 seconds left in the second period courtesy of Brook Hartwick’s power play goal. SU uncharacteristically allowed two power play goals, raising the total amount to ten on the season.As the third period commenced, Syracuse searched for a dagger. It came on the power play as Megan Quinn scored. The Orange went 2-for-4 on the power play against Mercyhurst, its best ratio of the season by far. Mercyhurst went 2-for-8.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAcross the board both teams were fairly equal statistically, with the only glaring inequality blocked shots — 10 to 5, in favor of Syracuse.Syracuse and Mercyhurst play again on Saturday at 2 p.m. Comments Published on November 11, 2016 at 5:50 pm Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Grahamlast_img read more

All sportspersons that have been infected by the novel Coronavirus

first_imgImage Courtesy: EPA/ReutersAdvertisement c0tNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsgpag8Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Er( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 2m18okvnWould you ever consider trying this?😱12b1Can your students do this? 🌚32Roller skating! Powered by Firework As the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak turned pandemic, many sporting fixtures, leagues and events all around the world saw cancellation or postponement cancelled as a preventive measure from further contamination. However, in an unfortunate turn of events, many iconic faces of the sports fraternity across the globe have been tested positive of the infection, as now many players and teams are constantly being put into quarantine and self-isolation. Below here are all the sportspersons who have tested positive of Coronavirus.Advertisement Image Courtesy: EPA/ReutersFootball:Juventus defender Daniele Rugani was found positive of Coronavirus earlier. Now, his teammate and club talisman Paolo Dybala has also tested positive, along with Blaise Matuidi.Former AC Milan legend and football icon and Paolo Maldini and his son Daniel Maldini were found to have been infected with the virus.Advertisement Six Sampdoria players- Manolo Gabbiadini, Albin Ekdal, Antonino La Gumina, Morten Thorsby, Fabio Depaoli and Bartosz Bereszynski tested positive.German Pezzella, Patrick Cutrone and Dusan Vlahovic, all who play for Fiorentina, were found infected.Advertisement Callum Hudson-Odoi, the young Chelsea winger was tested positive.Mikel Arteta, the current Arsenal gaffer has also been infected with the virus.Marouane Fellaini, former Manchester United star had positive test results.James Bolton, Andy Cannon, Sean Raggett and Haji Mnoga, four Postsmouth FC footballers were found to have contracted the virus.Hanover 96 defender Timo Hübers tested positive, along with Luca Kilian who plays for SC Paderborn 07.Valencia players Ezequiel Garay and Eliaquim Mangala gave positive test results.Chinese international Wu Lei, who plays for Espanyo was reported to have contracted the virus.South Korea international Hyun-Jun Suk has been infected.Mexican football league president Enrique Bonilla was tested positive.Basketball:Utah Jazz centre Rudy Gobert was the first NBA star who tested positive, followed by his teammate Donovan Mitchell.Detroit Pistons player Christian Wood was the next NBA player who gave positive results.Four players of Brooklyn Nets players including Kevin Durant have been infected.Marcus Smart of Boston Celtics has also been infected, and two unnamed LA Lakers players have also shown positive results.Real Madrid’s basketball team player Trey Thompkins was found infected, which resulted in both the basketball and football team to be put under quarantine.Cricket:Former Scottish cricker and captain Majid Haq announced his positive test results.Tennis:Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic was found to be infected.Olympics:Although the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics is still planned to go ahead smoothly in July-August, Japan’s Olympic committee deputy chief Kozo Tashima was found infected from the virus.Athletics:An athlete who participated at the Mooloolaba Triathlon in Australia was found to be infected.Hockey:An unnamed player of NHL club Ottawa Senators was reported for testing positive.American Football:Sean Payton, coach of the New Orleans Saints had tested positive.Baseball:Denny Larrondo, a 17-year old New York Yankees player, was the first MLB player who was found to be infected from the virus. Another unnamed minor league player was also reported to have tested positive. Advertisementlast_img read more

Taylor uses big stick to claim Champion Lakes stop on Zone One West Kootenay Juinor Golf circuit

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsThere’s another Taylor making waves on the golf circuit, albeit the Zone One West Kootenay Junior tour.But a win is a win wherever you play.Nolan Taylor, the brother of Portland State sensation Lauren Taylor, used his superior ball-striking to edge Tanner Kopan of Christina Lake to capture the Champion Lakes title Saturday outside Fruitvale.Both players finished the 18-hole tourney with 3-over 75 scores. However, Taylor blasted a long drive down the par-five playoff hole to beat the Christina Lake golfer to the cup.Kopan did manage to top the 17-18 division ahead of Kevin Bennett of Redstone in Rossland.Tyler McKay won the 15-16-division. However, the Rossland/Trail golfer thought he had bigger fish to fry until a double bogey on the 18th hole took him out of contention for the overall prize with a 76.Brenan Moroney of Rossland/Trail finished second with Garrett Underwood from Champion Lakes third.  Braden McKay continued winning ways edging Dugan McInnes from Nakusp in the 13-14-division. Nolan Renwick of Granite Pointe was third.Sunday in Creston Bennett outlasted the field of 33 players to claim the overall low gross title ahead of Tyler McKay.Bennett finished with a 27-hole score of 114, two strokes ahead of McKay.Third overall was Kopan followed by Aaron Jenkins of Radium Hot Springs and Underwood, finishing six shots behind the winner.Rounding out the top ten was Moroney, Braden McKay, Jordan Hoodikoff, Tepper Cole of Cranbrook and MacKenzie Field of Christina Lake.The field was cut to 15 players after 18 holes with the top players playing an additional nine holes.Hoodikoff earns victory in CastlegarJordan Hoodikoff of Christina Lake fired a 3-over-par 75 to claim the Castlegar stop on the Zone One West Kootenay Junior Golf Circuit in May.Kevin Bennett of Redstone finished one shot behind Hoodikoff while Tanner Kopan of Christina Lake shot a 77.Brenan Moroney and Tyler McKay of Rossland/Trail finished fourth and fifth, respectively, with Alex Rugg of Champion Lakes, Braden McKay of Rossland/Trail, MacKenzie Field of Christina Lakes, Amber Arnold of Castlegar and Nathyn McInnes of Nakusp rounding out the top ten.Granite Pointe golfers Nolan Taylor (12th), Carson Arcuri (16th), Nolan Renwick (16th) finished out of the top ten.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more