Lenglet and Sergi Roberto must have been expelled, according to Iturralde

first_imgSánchez Martínez had a job since early in Betis – Barcelona. Barely five minutes of game time had elapsed when the Murcia referee, after a warning from the referee of VAR Del Cerro Grande, He pointed out Lenglet’s penalty for blocking his arm with a shot from Fekir. Channels would transform the maximum penalty, but Iturralde González, arbitration analyst of AS and Carousel, considers that the punishment should have been greater for the Blaugranas. AlsoAS arbitral analyst believes that Sergi Roberto should have seen the second yellow after his entry on Aleñá in the last bars of the first half. The versatile Barça player made a scissor for his former teammate, who had already surpassed him, and Iturralde considered that Sánchez Martínez forgave Roberto’s expulsion. He also added that Fekir could have been kicked out by Seroton Roberto. “It’s red card”, the former colleague told AS, “It is a clear goal opportunity: it is behind the penalty point and is a shot on goal that, if not hit in the hand, goes towards the goal”.center_img Later I would explain this same action in the tuning of the SER chain: “You have to draw an imaginary line of the penalty point backwards. From the penalty point forward it is considered a goal opportunity. From the penalty point behind, it is clear: if there is no hand, where does the ball go?”, Iturralde sentenced.last_img read more

Ateneo beats UP, claims 2nd win in UAAP women’s basketball

first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Lakers’ Ingram alters shooting stroke, has grown 2 more inches—report For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. Winning start LATEST STORIES Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend A costly, catty dispute finally settled MOST READ University of the East, meanwhile, hung on and tamed Far Eastern University, 59-56, for its first win in the season.Eunice Chan finished with a near double-double of 19 points and nine rebounds as the Lady Warriors improved to 1-1, the same record as the Lady Tamaraws’.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogLove Sto. Domingo aided Chan with 12 points and nine rebounds while Ruthlaine Tacula filled the stat sheets with eight points, seven boards, six assists, and three steals. A costly, catty dispute finally settled Break new ground Ateneo earned back-to-back wins in the UAAP Season 80 women’s basketball tournament after sneaking past University of the Philippines, 52-51, Wednesday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Cara Buendia had 10 points and eight boards to lead the Lady Eagles, who are undefeated at 2-0.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View commentslast_img read more

No MVP no problem for Curry as Warriors rule NBA again

first_imgLights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations MOST READ Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls View comments LATEST STORIES “I’m sure it would have been nice for Steph to win the MVP, but honestly, I don’t think he’s that disappointed,” Kerr said. “One of the great things about having the talent around him is that he gets to win championships.”Kerr has seen Curry’s outside shooting and Durant’s size and power inside produce a formidable combination that opens opportunities for each during games.“Steph has always been one of the most unselfish people you can be around. He’s really an amazing human being,” Kerr said. “The combination of incredible talent and humility, that is such a powerful force in our locker room. In many ways it sets the tone for the whole organization.”‘It saved my life’Durant sees the hard work as being true to his teammates and his love for a game that took him from suburban Washington D.C. to worldwide stardom.“I feel indebted to the game. I feel like it saved my life,” Durant said. “It changed my life. It took me out of an environment that I didn’t think I’d ever be out of. I thought I was going to live in Maryland my whole life.“To travel the world and meet different people and go to different arenas and different cities and countries around the world, I’m just forever grateful for this opportunity.“That’s why I love this game. It was able to teach me so much about life. To win a championship on top of that means a lot.”center_img PVL: Banko beats Tacloban for first win in q’finals round robin Lacson: Calamity fund cut; where did P4 billion go? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry speaks during a news conference after the Warriors won the NBA championship over the Cleveland Cavaliers, early Saturday, June 9, 2018, in Cleveland. The Warriors defeated the Cavaliers 108-85 in Game 4 of the finals. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)Golden State star guard Stephen Curry had no problem watching teammate Kevin Durant win his second consecutive NBA Finals Most Valuable Player award after the Warriors completed a title sweep Friday.Curry’s quite happy with the team and himself claiming a third NBA title in four seasons after beating Cleveland 108-85 Friday, leaving individual honors to fall where they might.ADVERTISEMENT “Individual accolades, they’re awesome and when you get to experience what that feels like, it’s a validation of all the hard work that you put into it. There’s a sense of pride around those things,” Curry said.READ: Dub Dynasty: Warriors sweep James, Cavaliers for third NBA title in four yearsFEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crown“But when it comes to me looking at myself in the mirror after every game and know I gave my best effort and I can go in the locker room and look every one of my teammates in the face and have that sense of pride of what I was able to and how I help my team win a championship, that’s all that matters to me.”Curry hit an NBA Finals one-game record nine 3-pointers in a game-two victory and struck for 37 in Friday’s clincher, but lost out in a media vote to Durant, who struck for a playoff career-high 43 points in a game-three triumph. Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding “K.D. has been amazing these last two years, especially in the finals and so deserving of back-to-back finals MVPs,” Curry said. “I’m going to be his biggest fan in there with what he’s able to do.“The biggest thing we appreciate in the locker room is what everybody brings to the table. We kind of unlock the greatness out of each other.”In two finals before the Warriors signed Durant, Golden State split with Cleveland and went 7-6. In two finals with the powerful forward, the Warriors are 8-1 with two titles. That might have given Durant the MVP edge.“Does it matter? Does it?” Durant said. “We won two championships. We just won back-to-back. I don’t think anybody’s even worried about that type of stuff. I’m glad we came out and played a great game. We were able to finish the series off. That’s the only thing that matters to us.”Warriors coach Steve Kerr rejects the notion that Curry’s career is somehow lacking because he hasn’t won a finals MVP award even as he enjoys three titles.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

Farmers, Brokers Want Gov’t to Lift Moratorium on Unprocessed Rubber Exportation

first_imgAs Firestone Rubber Company in Harbel, Margibi County, has resolved to stop doing business with rubber brokers, over 50 brokers and farmers across the country have called on the government to lift the moratorium on the exportation of unprocessed rubber in Liberia. They claimed that the decision by Firestone’s management has serious economic implications on them as the company is the only buyer of rubber from smallholder farmers.It can be recalled that in April last year; the Liberian government enforced Executive Order No. 50 placing a moratorium on the exportation of unprocessed natural rubber to curtail the abuse, misuse, abandonment and theft taking place in the rubber industry.In an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer this past Monday at the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), the president of the National Rubber Brokers and Farmers Union of Liberia (NARBFUL), James Saye Kea, said Firestone’s decision is not in the interest of the country’s many farmers and brokers.He stated that his organization is a legal entity established to serve as middle men between farmers and companies in Liberia’s rubber business.Mr. Kea disclosed that though the government decreed the moratorium last year, his union has been in business with Firestone since then.According to him, Firestone management’s decision was prompted by allegations of theft from members of the union.“We understand that the company (Firestone) decided to quit business with us due to their observation of criminal activities in the rubber business. However, this decision by them is not timely as it has the propensity to put us out of business,” he lamented.He denied the allegation of the union’s involvement in criminal acts, adding that mechanisms have been put in place by them to minimize illegal practices.“We have ensured that anyone doing business with us is a registered member of our organization,” he said.Mr. Kea urged the management of Firestone not to insist upon its decision but work with the union to minimize the problem of theft in the rubber industry. He added that the government needs to see reason and lift the ban on the exportation of unprocessed rubber allowing local rubber brokers to remain in business.“The lifting of the moratorium is urgently needed to stop Firestone’s monopoly of the rubber business, as they are presently the nation’s sole buyers. It would help encourage other companies to compete, thus enabling us to earn money to support our families,” Kea observed.When contacted, the Processing Manager of Firestone, Jimmy Hinneh, stated that most rubber farmers in the country have complained about criminal activities in the rubber industry.He alleged that about 30 percent of rubber bought by his company from various brokers was observed to have been stolen. He disclosed that is the reason why they have resolved to buy rubber directly from farmers instead of brokers.Mr. Hinneh said that the company is going to work with the MoA to assess the various farms of smallholder farmers.“The process of assessment will start as soon as rubber farmers enter into a memorandum of understanding with us to do business,” he disclosed.When the Daily Observer contacted the Deputy Minister for Technical Services at the MoA, Dr. Sizi Subah, he could not give government’s clear cut position on the matter.He, however, stated that the decision of Firestone is in line with section 6 of the Executive Order No.50, which ceases brokers’ activities relating to the purchase, sale or trade of unprocessed rubber in the country.He confirmed that his Ministry shall collaborate with Firestone to identify potential farmers to do business with the company.“What we are looking for now is an efficient way to work with the nation’s many smallholders farmers. This will be decided at the next meeting with a subsequent discussion on how to address the issue of theft,” he stated.Meanwhile, a source preferring to remain anonymous told this paper that the situation confronting rubber brokers in the country needs to be approached carefully.According to our source, the situation poses a security threat for the nation as hundreds of smallholder rubbers farmers are left vulnerable as the result of Firestone’s abrupt decision. Our source added that the way forward from this dilemma is for government and Firestone to work with the brokers to address whatever problems are affecting Liberia’s rubber sector.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Lack of Market Hinders Gbedin Farmers

first_imgFarmers in Gbedin in Nimba County are complaining about the lack of markets to sell their produce, which they say has been an ongoing problem over the years.They also lack adequate farming implements that could enable them to become more productive and increase their harvestsSpeaking to the Daily Observer in Gbedin Town yesterday, the chairman of the Dokodan Farmers’ Cooperative, Jefferson W. Tokpah, said they need necessary implements to enhance their productivity.He said the farmers cultivate rice and vegetables on 164 hectares (410 acres) of land. “We do this with two power tillers and one rice thresher. We have about 250, 000 kilograms of seed rice since December last year, but we do not have buyers. We harvest three times annually and because we do not have buyers, we are unable to produce more,” said Tokpah.An organization called Africa Rice asked them to produce 250, 000 kilograms of seed rice, and although they produced the order, African Rice has never returned to purchase the rice, a disappointed Tokpah narrated. According to Chairman Tokpah, there are about 97 farmers, including 37 females who are unhappy because there is no one to buy their harvests.This reporter visited the Gbedin Camp and saw lots of farming activities going on, including farmers drying rice while others were harvesting and threshing rice.Gbedin is where the World Food Program used to obtain clean rice for distribution to schools across Nimba County, but the rice mill provided by WFP is broken, according to the farmers.Presently, the dam used to supply water during the dry season is also broken, causing flooding in the community when it rains heavily.Meanwhile, the farmers are appealing to the Ministry of Agriculture and other interested wholesale rice dealers to work with them to get their stock of rice sold in order to keep them in business.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Hundreds line up for Site C job fair in Fort St. John

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — If you’re hoping on going to the Site C job fair in Fort St. John today, be prepared to wait in a line up.The job fair started at noon, and by 12:45 p.m., 300 people walking through the doors of the Pomeroy Hotel, after waiting in the cold.BC Hydro’s Northern Community Relations Manager Bob Gammer told Energetic City the fair in Dawson Creek saw over 1,000 prospective employees eagerly drop off their resumes.- Advertisement -“It’s going to be a big day, again,” he said. “Today we’re expecting upwards of 1,000 again, could be higher. We’ve got a fantastic start so far. Over 150 people in the first 20 minutes, and the line up goes outside the building.”A group of applicants said they were expecting it to be busy, and were just getting to the front of the line after an hour of waiting.So this is just a part of a line to get into the Site C job fair. pic.twitter.com/hW6DU13QmgAdvertisement “The line ups were over three hours long yesterday, so we’re trying to accommodate people and put them through a little bit quicker,” he said, saying they weren’t done in Dawson Creek until 7:20 p.m., when the fair actually closes at 7 p.m.He adds that they are looking for many different skilled workers, including equipment operators, carpenters, surveyors, HSC staff, and administration, just to name a few. The resumes will be reviewed over within the coming weeks, as the team is just accepting them and categorizing them today.“Out of the 1,500 people that we’re hiring, we have 47 that are basically senior management, trying to get the project ready to go,” Schilling said. “We’re hoping to have about 600 people on site by this fall, so we’re hoping to start going through resumes within eight weeks time and start building that them.”The building of foundation will be starting shortly, following by construction of the actual dam, Schilling says.Peace River Hydro Partners is still accepting applications from people who don’t attend the actual job fair. They can apply by sending their resume to careers@prhp.ca.Advertisement — Montana (@montana_rc) February 19, 2016While the rush of people at the beginning of the fair doesn’t come as an immediate surprise, Gammer says those hoping it slows down later today might not be in luck.“What we saw in the smaller communities was a slow down mid-afternoon — quieter, you could actually not have to wait so long, actually get a few minutes more speaking with the contractors. But Dawson Creek really showed us, in the larger communities, its busy all day. So we expect it to be busy all day, until 7.”Jim Schilling with Peace River Hydro Partners is one of the team members looking through resumes today, and they took a note from yesterday’s amount of traffic to bring more additions to consult with applicants.Advertisementcenter_img Next week, BC Hydro continues along their way through Northern B.C. to scout out potential employees. Prince George is the next stop, where Hydro will set up shop on Monday afternoon. From there, they head to Mackenzie and Quesnel, before taking off to Fort Nelson in early March.last_img read more

Exclusive – Moyes backs Welbeck and says he would not have sold him to Arsenal

first_imgDavid Moyes has backed Danny Welbeck to continue the excellent start he has made to his Arsenal career – and claims he would not have let him leave Manchester United.The striker completed a £16million switch to north London on transfer deadline day, and has scored five goals in 12 games for the Gunners.At the time of the deal, Louis van Gaal insisted the striker was not up to the standards of Radamel Falcao, Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney and, ahead of Saturday’s clash with Arsene Wenger’s side at the Emirates, he was in no mood to change that opinion.“He takes all the benefit from playing every week,” said the Dutchman. “That was a question mark with Manchester United. It’s good to see he’s doing what I thought. He could have also played for Manchester United, but we decided he could go and he has taken the benefit of it.“He does very well at Arsenal. I cannot judge him so good, but now I shall see him and I shall judge him. But I don’t think it is so important how I judge him because he is now playing for Arsenal.”But Moyes, who was replaced by Van Gaal in the summer following a troubled season at the Old Trafford helm, insists he’s not at all shocked by how well Welbeck has done since leaving the north-west.“I’m not surprised one bit,” the new Real Sociedad manager told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast. “He was an excellent player for me last year. If you look, we played him in nearly all the big games and I thought an awful lot of him.“The hardest thing Danny had to deal with is he had Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney in front of him. So, from that point of view, he had to dislodge those players to get into the side and it was always going to be hard for him to do that.“It’s been a really good move for Danny. He’s a really good lad and player, maybe it will help him. He’s gone away, he’s scoring for England as well and I think he’s getting more respect for what he’s doing.”As for Van Gaal opting to allow the 23-year-old to leave, Moyes added: “You make your own decisions. Every manager is entitled to their own opinion, but it wouldn’t necessarily be mine.”You can listen to live exclusive national radio commentary of Arsenal v Manchester United from 5:30pm only on talkSPORTlast_img read more

Woods roars into FedEx Cup lead

first_img“If you wanted to win this tournament, you had to make putts,” Woods said. “And I just happened to make them today.” The 63 matched Woods’ lowest final round to win, and he finished at 22-under 262 to break by five shots the 72-hole record at Cog Hill first set by Scott Hoch in 2001 and matched by Woods two years later. And while his 60th tour victory surprised him, the amazement wore off when he was reminded that it was only 13 months ago at the Buick Open that everyone made a fuss out of Woods winning No. 50. Baddeley gave him a good chase until he ran out of birdies on the back nine and settled for a 66. Stricker was tied for the lead until his 3-iron clipped a tree and came up well short on the 12th, leading to a bogey no one could afford. He wound up with a 68 to finish alone in third, enough for him to move up to No. 2 in the FedEx Cup standings. “There isn’t a lot you can do,” Stricker said. “I would have had to shoot 63 today to beat him. When you see him ahead of us making the birdies and hearing the roars, you know that he’s on a roll and not making many mistakes. It’s tough.” It also might be tough to catch him in the FedEx Cup, which concludes next week at the Tour Championship. Woods goes to East Lake in Atlanta with a 3,133-point lead over Stricker and a 4,120-point margin over Phil Mickelson, who decided not to play this week. Mickelson, the Deutsche Bank Championship winner Monday, will have to win to have any hopes of capturing the FedEx Cup and the $10 million prize. If Stricker does not win at East Lake, Woods could win the cup by finishing second. Only two other players – Rory Sabbatini and K.J. Choi – have a mathematical chance. All that mattered at the moment was winning at Cog Hill for the fourth time. It was Woods’ sixth victory of the year, and the $1.26 million pushed him over $9 million for the fourth time in his career. The biggest mystery about the Tour Championship is the course on which they play. The tour left a two-page notice on players’ lockers Sunday morning saying that record heat has severely damaged the greens at East Lake, forcing officials to cancel the pro-am round Wednesday and ban players from so much as setting foot on the greens until the first round Thursday. Stewart Cink, Tim Clark and Camilo Villegas all finished in the top 10 and earned enough points to move into the top 30 in the playoff standings and qualify for the Tour Championship. The 30th spot went to British Open champion Padraig Harrington, who took this week off to recharge and was prepared to play a European tour event if he got bumped out. Luke Donald tried to recover from a 76 in the opening round, but his bogey-free 65 on Sunday left him two shots away from the points he needed to finish 30th. Also getting knocked out of the top 30 were Jerry Kelly and Aaron Oberholser, who withdrew with hand and wrist injuries and said he would not have been able to play the Tour Championship even if he had made it. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GOLF: Tiger, who earns 60th career victory, matches his lowest final round to win. By Doug Ferguson THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LEMONT, Ill. – Playing next to Tiger Woods for two days was daunting enough. It was when Steve Stricker watched him from 200 yards away on an elevated tee that he realized how tough it would be to beat him Sunday in the BMW Championship. He arrived on the par-3 12th tee in time to see Woods, in his customary black pants and red shirt, rap a putt that traveled from one side of the green to the other until the ball disappeared after a 50-foot journey and gave Woods an unlikely birdie. “It looked like he looked back to make sure that we were watching him make birdie,” Stricker said. Not so, Woods replied. “I didn’t do a Sergio,” Woods said with a smile, referring to when Sergio Garcia stared him down at nearby Medinah eight years ago in a fruitless chase at the PGA Championship. Woods only cared about making birdies, and he got enough of them at Cog Hill to close with an 8-under 63 for a two-shot victory over Aaron Baddeley. Along the way, Woods shattered the tournament scoring record, collected his 60th career victory on the PGA Tour and moved atop the standings in the FedEx Cup with one week remaining. last_img read more


first_imgTHOUSANDS of medical card holders across Donegal are now being forced to pay for routine procedures when they visit their doctors.A list of routine health checks including blood tests, ear syringing and having blood pressure tests taken will now cost the unemployed and the elderly €20 a time.The HSE have agreed a list of payment fees for various procedures with GPs which have now been introduced in recent days. Up until now most of these procedures were completely free for medical card holders under the medical card scheme.But now if patients request a certain procedure, they will have to pay out of their own pocket for it.As well as blood tests, having a 24 hour blood pressure monitor fitted will set a patient back €50.Doctors are now being forced to charge the fees after the Government cut back on their fees in a number of other areas. However the new charges are causing uproar amongst the elderly and those who simply cannot afford the charges.There is now a fear that people will simply not bother getting various routine but necessary procedures done such as regular blood pressure monitoring because of the charges.One GP told donegaldaily that he was not charging patients for routine procedures but he knew many who have already been forced to.“It has been introduced with very little fuss in recent days. There is an actual charge-sheet with a standard charge for various procedures.“I am trying to desist from using it or from charging my patients. How can I turn around and tell an elderly patient that I am charging him €20 for something today that was free under the medical card scheme a month ago? “Having said that I know some of my colleagues are being forced to charge for these services because of recent cut-backs.“People think doctors are very well-of but we run a business just like everyone else. WE have a lot of overheads too,” he said.EndsDONEGAL DOCTORS NOW CHARGING MEDICAL CARD HOLDERS FOR ROUTINE HEALTH CHECKS was last modified: April 21st, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Medical cardpaylast_img read more

Zeferjahn 2nd at CCAA meet

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Cal Poly Pomona’s Mark Batres paced the Broncos with a fifth-place finish (25:03) on the 8,000-meter course and Kevin Urak, who finished 17th with a time of 26:14, was named the CCAA freshman of the year by the conference’s head coaches. The NCAA Division II West Regional will be held Nov. 5 and hosted by Cal Poly Pomona. :CAL STATE VOLLEYBALL Cal State San Bernardino, which has never lost to Sonoma State in California Collegiate Athletic Assocation play, held off a determined upset bid by the Seawolves in Game 1 and went on to sweep the match 3-0 (33-31, 30-21, 30-25) on Saturday in Rohnert Park. The Coyotes (14-6 overall, 8-4 in CCAA play) have now won all 16 matches between the two teams since Sonoma State joined the CCAA in 1998-99. Overall, the series stands at 18-2 in favor of the Coyotes. Cal State San Bernardino’s Tanya Zeferjahn ran to a second-place finish at the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championship cross country meet at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco on Saturday. Zeferjahn, a senior All-American, paced the Coyotes to a sixth-place finish on the 6,000-meter course with a time of 22:04, 33 seconds behind champion Mimi Hodgins (21:31) of UC San Diego, which captured its first conference women’s championship since 1997. “I’m so glad for Tanya. What a great career she has had,” Cal State coach Tom Burleson said. “Tanya has made tremendous strides since her freshman year.” In the men’s division, Chico State which had the top four runners won its fourth consecutive title. center_img Freshman outside hitter Traci Weamer had a match-high 17 kills while junior Lisa Dogonyaro had 13 kills and eight digs. CSUSB hit .333 for the match, one of its most efficient outings of the season. Senior Cristen Trent and sophomore Kristin Ingalls split the setting duties, combining for 43 assists. Jessica Nelthorpe had 10 digs at the libero position. Lindsay Webb led Sonoma State (9-13, 3-10) with nine kills. Rosie Manton had a match-high 18 digs. On Friday, four players were in double figures in kills and digs, and junior Lisa Dogonyaro posted a double-double as Cal State San Bernardino downed Cal State Monterey Bay 30-24, 30-24, 28-30, 30-21 in a CCAA match in Seaside. The Coyotes, ranked No. 15 in the nation among Div. II schools by the American Volleyball Coaches Association and No. 4 in the Pacific Region by the NCAA regional committee, return home to Coussoulis Arena to face Chico State and Cal State Stanislaus over the weekend. CAL STATE MEN’S SOCCER The youngest of Cal State San Bernardino’s players got into the act, as the Coyotes defeated Western Washington University 4-1 Friday in a nonconference match at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. Sophomore Brent Vander Eyk scored his second goal of the week to break a scoreless tie just six minutes into the second half on an assist from Oscar Garcia. Cal State (8-8-1 overall) then proceeded to score three more goals after the Vikings got the equalizer on an unassisted goal from Jacob Haddock seven minutes later. Freshman Daniel Rodriguez scored the first goal of his collegiate career in the 62nd minute, unassisted on a 25-yard blast past Vikings keeper Ben Dragavon. Senior David McConnell made it 3-1 in the 65th minute off an assist by Vander Eyk. Sophomore James Pusey finished the scoring with an unassisted goal in the 53rd minute. The Coyotes take on Seattle University, the 2004 NCAA Division II champion, today at Grand Canyon. The Redhawks, 12-4 heading into the weekend, are ranked No. 4 in the Far West Region. CAL STATE WOMEN’S SOCCER Jessica Zimmerman scored her eighth goal of the season and assisted on two others to spark Northern Colorado to a 3-0 shutout of Cal State San Bernardino in a nonconference soccer match on Friday at Phoenix. Zimmerman, a first-year player on the Div. I Bears, put them up 1-0 in the 14th minute off an assist by Teresa Prais. The Bears outshot the Coyotes 14-7, while senior Valerie Evans had three tries and freshman Krista Feer had two shots on goal for Cal State (5-10-1 overall). Candice Carter and Amy Kramer also tried to get a shot past the Bears’ keeper. The Coyotes wind up the Phoenix trip with a match against Western Washington today. REDLANDS MEN’S SOCCER Sophomore goalkeeper Andrew Roraff matched his counterpart save for save as the Univerity of Redlands and University of La Verne played to a scoreless tie on Saturday in an SCIAC match at Redlands. Roraff and La Verne’s Cody Black each made six saves. Senior Will Roraff led all players with six shots for the Bulldogs (13-2-2 overall, 9-0-2 in SCIAC). REDLANDS WOMEN’S SOCCER Seniors Kasey Ernau and Sarah Compton each scored goals, and goalkeeper Lindsey Fish made eight saves as University of Redlands shutout University of La Verne 2-0 on Saturday. With the victory, the Bulldogs improve to 9-6-1 overall, 6-3-1 in SCIAC play. RCC FOOTBALL Richard Murrell, a San Bernardino High School graduate, rushed for 86 yards and a touchdown as Riverside Community College defeated Long Beach City College 30-22 in a Mission Conference American Division game in Riverside. Murrell also caught two passes for nine yards for Riverside (5-2 overall, 2-0 in conference), which snapped a 12-year losing streak to Long Beach. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more