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Eastern Michigan University does not have to reinstate its softball program but has committed to numerous initiatives to create more opportunities for female athletes and has agreed to a six-figure payout to two student-athletes who sued the university, according to a settlement filed in federal court Tuesday.
TIERNEY SEES FRESHMAN CLASS BRIMMING WITH POTENTIAL
Only two teams in Division I lost a larger percentage of its starts to graduation than Denver. And Pioneers coach Bill Tierney knows full well how outsiders might size up his team as he starts his second decade in the Mile High City.
The matchups for the three games have yet to be announced, but Chanenchuk — an East Setauket native who was a Newsday All-Long Island first-team selection from St. Anthony’s in 2008 — already is excited.
Pat Spencer can do it all, folks.— Cody Wilcox (@Cody_Wilcox15) January 22, 2020
The Tewaaraton Award winner gets the block and finishes on the other end.
He's got five boards and six points at the half for Northwestern -- in addition to his 380 points he scored at Loyola MD from 2016-19. pic.twitter.com/96nuEJryHU
Tehoka Nanticoke spoke Tuesday, which was noteworthy in itself.
The University at Albany junior lacrosse star was made off-limits to the media a year ago by head coach Scott Marr during a bumpy sophomore season.
Scott Marr’s squad is coming off its first losing season since 2012, while the women fell to Stony Brook in the America East final for the seventh straight year. Both teams are hungry, as they field experienced teams in 2020.
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“So I was behind the net and no one was on me,” recalled Herrero. “I was like why not because it could give us the lead. I tried it and honestly don’t remember what happened because it was a blur.”
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It’s the return of the mac. The Empire Strikes Mac. Back in mac. Stop with the mac puns, cheese! The 2nd Annual Hoboken Mac & Cheese Festival, which sold out in seven minutes last year, is back with even more macaroni and cheesy goodness.
On Tuesday, iconic New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter became the newest member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He and Larry Walker were voted into Cooperstown by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
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