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UAlbany women defeat Pepperdine

MALIBU, Calif. – The University at Albany women defeated Pepperdine University on Friday.

The UAlbany women are out west for the weekend. Head coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson said the trip will provide some nice bonding time for the team on the beaches of Southern California. 86 more words


|| Kemp Trade Goes Through

After some injury concerns, the Dodgers’ trade of Matt Kemp to the Padres will happen after all.


Haitian brethren inspires Bermane Stiverne - Ring TV

Long before Bermane Stiverne’s sixth round technical knockout of Chris Arreola secured the vacant  WBC belt, making him the first heavyweight titleholder of Haitian descent in May, he had drawn inspiration and support from his compatriots.Sitting at ringside at the University of Southern California’s Galen Center was two-time welterweight titleholder Andre Berto, whose disaster relief efforts have supported victims of the earthquake that ravaged Haiti four years ago.Stiverne also heard from countrymen like former RING light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal as well as reigning RING/WBC 175-pound champion Adonis Stevenson, the latter prior to his own unanimous decision over Andrez Fonfara in May.“Of course I heard from them. 60 more words


Squirrel Wyde's Toughest Teams New Season!!!

Squirrel Wyde takes the TOUGHEST TEAM SHOWCASE to Mervo High School for the GMYFL 10u Championship between the GARDENSVILLE GATORS Vs. E.Y.T. SPARTANS. This is a cross town Rivalry that is sure to go down to the WIRE.. 82 more words


|| Will Kobe Recruit Durant?

Kevin Durant is on record with his desire to play alongside Kobe Bryant, but Kobe hasn’t recruited the 2016 superstar free agent — yet.


Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi: "Grandal can be a top-5 Catcher."

Los Angeles Dodgers GM Farhan Zaidi returned to The Fred Roggin Show following the team’s trade of Matt Kemp, and their trades for Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick, to talk about how the changes to the roster will affect the team in the short-term and long-term. 126 more words