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first_img Share UWF Athletics Visioning Team to Meet July 21 PENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida Athletics Visioning Team is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, July 21 and Tuesday, July 28 at the Argonaut Athletic Club, and both meetings are scheduled for a 4:00 p.m. start time.  The committee will review the final report presented by NACDA Consulting on July 21, and the following week on July 28 the committee will finalize its recommendations for the future of Intercollegiate Athletics at the University.The Visioning Team is considering three scenarios for the future of athletics at UWF: moving to NCAA Division I without adding football, staying in Division II and adding football, and staying in Division II and strengthening the department without any additional teams.  NACDA Consulting detailed the scenarios at the June 30 meeting, and their presentation is available online at the Visioning Team home page at www.GoArgos.com.To follow the Visioning Team process online, visit www.GoArgos.com and click on Visioning Team on the left sidebar to read minutes of previous meetings and view other information.  All meetings are open to the public.For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

first_imgAll knots and snarls, a series of small mushroom clouds exploding from his jowls.The Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker knows it’s time for a trim but he’s a little particular about the way he wants it cut, so Matakevich decided to hold off until he could get back home to Connecticut, where a good friend has doubled as his barber for years.Then organized team activities and minicamp started and the itching nearly became too much.“I sort of forgot that it’s a little different when it’s hot out,” Matakevich said with a laugh. PITTSBURGH (AP) — Tyler Matakevich’s signature red beard is a jagged mess. In this photo from June 13, 2018, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Tyler Matakevich (44) takes part in an NFL football practice in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)center_img The player nicknamed “Dirty Red” by coach Mike Tomlin as a rookie two years ago expects to have the beard a little more under control when the Steelers report for training camp next month.FILE – In this May 22, 2018, file photo, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Tyler Matakevich (44) runs a drill during NFL football practice in Pittsburgh. Mike Tomlin gave Tyler Matakevich the nickname “Dirty Red” when the Steelers linebacker was a rookie as a tribute to his mane of red hair and his relentless play. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic, File)Considering the workload Matakevich could carry in 2018, that’s probably wise.The seventh-round pick in 2016 will be given every chance to earn the starting linebacker spot created by Ryan Shazier’s spinal injury.No pressure or anything, all Matakevich has to do is take over for a Pro Bowler and good friend who also happened to be one of the most physically gifted players in the NFL.Matakevich is doing it by leaning on Shazier, who has become a de facto coach while continuing his recovery from the collision in Cincinnati last December that altered both the course of his career and his life.When Matakevich wasn’t sure about a specific coverage during a workout on Tuesday, he trotted over to Shazier’s golf cart and started peppering him with questions.“I saw like, ‘Hey Bro, what are we doing here?’ Stuff like that,” Matakevich said. “He just helps you out. I’m so thankful for that.”And for the opportunity to play at all. The Steelers took a flyer on Matakevich when they selected him with the 246th overall pick in the 2016 draft following a highly productive college career at Temple in which he recorded at least 100 tackles in each of his four seasons.The numbers and the awards — such as being the 2015 American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year — were hard to dismiss.So too, were the other ones. Like his sluggish 4.81-second 40-yard dash time at the combine and his 6-foot-1, 235-pound frame that makes him more fire hydrant than fighter jet.Still, Matakevich carved out a roster spot by making himself a special teams ace — he’s already blocked two punts in two seasons — and is keenly aware that in most places the prospects for seventh-rounders is iffy at best. Pittsburgh, however, is not most places.“These coaches love you,” Matakevich said. “They’re going to tell you what you need to do to be successful. They’re going to put you in the right spots and at the end of the day it’s on you. You’ve got to be able to do whatever it takes.”Inside linebackers coach Jerry Olsavsky understands Matakevich isn’t Shazier or former Steeler Lawrence Timmons, but he is refusing to hold Matakevich to a different standard.“He might not be big enough,” Olsavsky said. “He might not line up like Lawrence and Ryan … but if you just look at the plays he’s made here, you’re like, ‘wow, that guy’s made a lot of plays.’”The key will be doing it on a more regular basis and staying on the field.Shortly after Shazier’s wrenching exit, Matakevich found himself on the sideline when the left shoulder problems he’d been battling all season simply became too much to bear. He spent most of the season wearing a harness during games to protect it after initially tweaking his labrum in Kansas City in mid-October.When a Bengals player bumped into him in the third quarter on Dec. 4, the shoulder was cooked for good.“They tried, even once they got it in I was like, ‘Alright, let’s go’ and they were like ’You’re not going anywhere,’” Matakevich said. “It was frustrating because those opportunities don’t come around too often.”There’s a small three-inch scar on the front of Matakevich’s left shoulder, a reminder of the procedure that took care of his labrum, his rotator cuff and his biceps in one fell swoop. The arm that he admits was “just hanging there” for much of last season is now fully healthy.The front office is so encouraged by Matakevich’s progress it opted not to use a draft pick on a linebacker for the first time since 2010.General manager Kevin Colbert made it a point to bring up Matakevich’s name unprompted in the aftermath and Matakevich heard the message loud and clear even as the team signed well-traveled veteran Jon Bostic as insurance.“It makes you really believe in yourself because you know that the guys upstairs believe in you,” Matakevich said.There’s no question that Matakevich has earned the belief of the guy he may line up alongside. In many ways he’s following in Vince Williams’ footsteps. A former sixth-round pick himself, Williams is now the elder statesmen in the linebackers’ room thanks in part to his skill and work ethic. He sees the same things in Matakevich.“He’s smart. He understands the game. He understands what it takes to be a pro,” Williams said. “He takes care of his body. He studies. That’s really all you can expect from him right now.”Well that and maybe a haircut by the time the team reports to Saint Vincent College on July 25, when Tomlin is expected to shout “Dirty Red” early and often. That’s fine by Matakevich.“You can call me whatever you want,” Matakevich said. “Just keep me around.”___For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFLlast_img read more

first_img DARRELLE REVIS, A SEVEN-TIME NFL PRO-BOWLER, far left, with family. Revis played football at Aliquippa High School. (Photos by Kenneth Ogilvie) HALL OF FAME NFL PLAYER TY LAW, with family. Law played football at Aliquippa High School. (Photo by Kenneth Ogilvie)by Bill Neal, For New Pittsburgh CourierThere was no denying it…step-by-step as I approached the famed Aliquippa Stadium (aka the Carl A. Aschman Memorial Stadium), you could feel it, see it and without question you could smell it. If you’ve been there—done that—you know of what I speak. The smell of football grass. Once it’s in your nose you never lost it.If somehow all that doesn’t send your football radar through the roof, when the Aliquippa Mascot comes charging at you in the historic form of a painted Indian (Native American, if you will) atop a stampeding horse, you know you’re truly on the hallowed ground known as “The Pit.”You wanna talk history? Here in Aliquippa, this may in fact be where history first got defined. The legendary names are world-renowned and are forever anchored in Western Pa. sports history. You know the names: Mike Ditka, Ty Law, Sean Gilbert, Darrelle “The Island” Revis. There are others, many others, of course…including the sharing of the great Tony Dorsett between Aliquippa and Hopewell. But, these four would stand tall and proud on this high school football Friday night in August as their names were enshrined to the new football Field House reconstructed in their honor.Many of you don’t know and for that matter, probably don’t care, that I was raised in Donora, another one of the many small towns in Western Pa. that slowly saw its economic base shipped overseas and elsewhere. But, through it all, Donora managed to maintain its all-American base and dignity.As Aliquippa showcased the legends on this summer Aug. 30 evening, I think of my old stomping grounds, where Donora had their legends: Ken Griffey Sr., Malcolm Lomax, Dane Tart, Reggie Walton, Bernie Galiffa and others. It was the same, just different names.It was incredible that the family and close friends of Law, Revis and Gilbert were here to take it all in. After all, they are the ones that have been with these prominent figures through thick and thin.For those who don’t know, Ditka (who was not in attendance for the Aug. 30 event) was an incredible player who won an NFL Championship in 1963 and a Super Bowl (VI). He was the NFL Rookie of the Year in 1961, and a five-time Pro-Bowler. And let’s not forget about his induction into the Hall of Fame in 1988—just a few years after coaching his beloved Chicago Bears to a Super Bowl victory. Yes, he was that good.Law made his mark with the New England Patriots, winning three Super Bowls as part of a tough defensive group. He had 57 career interceptions, a seven-time Pro-Bowler, and was inducted to the Hall of Fame this year.Gilbert was the big fella for teams, playing defensive tackle. He played in the NFL from 1992 to 2003, and recorded 10.5 sacks in 2003 with the Los Angeles Rams, earning him a Pro Bowl spot.As for Revis, he had his own “island.” His coaches would match Revis, a cornerback, on the opposing team’s best receiver, and Revis would oftentimes win the battle. He was a seven-time Pro Bowler and won Super Bowl XLIX with the New England Patriots.This evening was made possible by Aliquippa native Kevin Cameron, my co-host on the radio show “Soul Take—Champions Live.” Also, it was made possible via the partnership with the Aliquippa coaching staff and head coach Mike Warfield (who by the way, won a state title in his first year as the new head coach…in case you’ve been under an Aliquippa rock!), the school district and of course, our good friend Mayor Dwan B. Walker, the man who just flat out gets this done. And of course we can’t forget about retired Aliquippa Athletic Director Mike Zmijanac.And there were many unforgettable moments that night. The crowd that welcomed us and our crew with the greatest hospitality ever; the families of the legends who let us in their world; and not to forget the team that treated us like part of the operation.That being said, I’ll have to live a thousand more Friday nights before I am privileged to be in the company of and have the opportunity to interview the likes of Hall of Famer Ty Law, and, in most people’s assumptions, future Hall of Famer Darrelle Revis. The only thing greater than their talent and NFL accomplishments is their humility. You only needed to witness how they “welcomed in” and interacted with the Aliquippa kids to really appreciate what true champions are made of.“Mr. Law and Mr. Revis have been visibly active in the Aliquippa community throughout their outstanding careers. Whether monetarily or being available to speak with our kids, their time and visibility to our youth is the ultimate ‘give back’ and we can’t thank them enough for it,” said current Aliquippa Athletic Director Brandon LeDonne, in an Oct. 18 statement to the New Pittsburgh Courier.This season, Aliquippa’s football team is on a roll. I mean, what else would you expect? They’re 9-0, with one game left in the regular season (Oct. 25 vs. Central Valley). Aliquippa has won a record 17 WPIAL titles, played 28 championship games, including 11 straight, three state football championships, produced 11 NFL players and two Hall of Famers.We could do another book on how, why, who, what, when, yada, yada, yada…the fact is and has always been, that Aliquippa is a football factor, but with it comes character because you can’t have one without the other.When I asked, “how do you keep producing these great football players?” a prominent Aliquippa leader simply said, “Aliquippa has heart.”(Rob Taylor Jr. contributed to this story.) QUIP MOVERS AND SHAKERS—”Soul Take Champions Live” Co-Host Kevin Cameron, Aliquippa Mayor Dwan Walker, Ty Law, Darrelle Revis JUST BEFORE KICKOFF—Ty Law, “Soul Take Champions Live” Co-Host Kevin Cameron, Darrelle Revis, New Pittsburgh Courier sports columnist and “Soul Take Champions Live” Co-Host Bill Neal. 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first_img Sport EN CEST Luis Enrique’s side now play Valencia on Sunday with the added pressure of having Madrid breathing down their necks, while Atletico could move level with Barça if they beat Granada.  Keylor Navas says Real Madrid “won’t give up” after beating Getafe 5-1 to move within one point of Barcelona.  Title race: We will keep working hard. We won’t give up at any moment and, from here on, let’s see what happens.   16/04/2016 at 18:46 Getafe: It was a complicated game because they are in a difficult situation and came out giving everything, but we did our work well and with the respect that Getafe deserved.  Good form: Things are going well for me, I’m happy. Thanks to God the team has won another game, too. The team did the right things in the majortiy of moves.  Here is what Navas had to say to Canal+ after goals from Karim Benzema, Isco, Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo eased Madrid to victory: Manchester City: We have to be happy to be in the Champions League semi-final and respect the rival, who are a great team, but we will try to win. With humility and hard work, everything is possible.  The double: We are Real Madrid and we will give everything [to win Champions League and La Liga]. After that, let’s see what happens. But what is clear is that we always fight for all the trophies.last_img read more

first_img Ben Arfa is currently with the French squad at Euro 2016, after an impressive season in Ligue 1 with Nice. He will sign a three-year deal at the Parc des Princes, where he will be coached by Unai Emery. CEST Emery is also chasing a former player of his at Sevilla, midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak, who is also still involved at the European Championships, with Poland. 29/06/2016 The French forward, Hatem Ben Arfa, will opt to join PSG in the coming hours according to ‘L’Equipe’, despite the interest from other clubs, including Sevilla, for the 29-year-old.  center_img Upd. at 21:51 PSG are making a big push this summer to achieve their dream of Champions League success, and the addition of Ben Arfa is a further step towards that aim. Sport ENlast_img read more

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first_img“It’s brilliant, absolutely brilliant I’m so proud of them they worked really hard,” said Head Coach, Mike Murray. “We switched it up at the beginning of the fourth quarter and it worked. We’re not scared of any of these teams.”Ambassador UCC Glanmire maintained their lead at the top of the table in beating long-time rivals, Maxol WIT Wildcats, while Leah Fechko (21) and Mimi Clarke (20) were the top scorers for Pyrobel Killester to get them off to a winning start in their first game against Portlaoise Panthers.Jermaine Turner netted 45 points in the Men’s Super League as Pyrobel Killester beat SSE Airtricity Moycullen 83-74 for their first win of the season.“It’s good to get on the board,” said Head Coach, Brian O’Malley. “It was a tough game, Moycullen really took us out of our comfort zone, it was a battle from start to finish. Any win at Super League level is a good win because everybody is well capable and on their day, any team can turn you over. We certainly had plenty of things to reflect on from the first two weeks and hopefully we can keeping improving on things now.”UCD Marian remain at the top of the table with three wins from three as they overcame Belfast Star, DCU Saints and Irish TV Tralee Warriors also took home the points from their clashes with UL Eagles and KUBS BC respectively, while UCC Demons defeated Griffith Swords Thunder.RESULTS:Saturday, 8th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League: Commercial.ie Éanna 60, Templeogue 85;Belfast Star 67, UCD Marian 74;DCU Saints 76 , UL Eagles 60;Pyrobel Killester 83, SSE Airtricity Moycullen 74;KUBS 53, Irish TV Tralee Warriors 77. Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:LYIT Donegal 72, Dublin Lions 77;BFG Neptune 97, Fr Mathews 68;Keane’s SuperValu Killorglin 80, Kestrels 77;Maree 93 Titans 51. Sunday 9th October 2016Basketball Ireland Men’s Super League:UCC Demons 90, Griffith Swords Thunder 74. The sides went in level on 33 points apiece at half time but a change-up by Mystics on defence along with an on form Brittany Glasco proved the difference in the last quarter. There were big celebrations in NUI Galway at the weekend as newly promoted NUIG Mystics secured their first Women’s Super League win in a nail biter against Meteors. Basketball Ireland Men’s Division One:Ulster University Elks 102, Sligo All-Stars 84Team Kilkenny 65, ITC Basketball 64 Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:Ulster Rockets 61, UL Huskies 53;Fr Mathews 63, Marble City Hawks 48. Basketball Ireland Women’s Super League:NUIG Mystics 67, Meteors 59;Ambassador UCC Glanmire 63, Maxol WIT Wildcats 57;Pyrobel Killester 87, Portlaoise Panthers 60. Basketball Ireland Women’s Division One:Ulster University Elks 66, Oblate Dynamos 51.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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first_imgNational Track and Field Indoor LeagueGCH and Craughwell AC both fielded teams in the first round of the National Indoor league which took place in the National Indoor Arena in Dublin last weekendGCH Men’s team lies in fourth place after the first round, with 21.5 points. Competing on the day were Michael Breathnach, Eoghan Jennings, James Frizzell, and Henrique NvokolataCraughwell ladies had an excellent start to the League with a fourth-place finish, with Sinead Treacy, Eva Kelly, Sinead Gaffney and Sarah Finnegan all scoring heavily for the experienced squad.GCH Ladies had a strong outing, placing fifth overall, with a young squad comprising Seren O’Toole, Laura Nally, Aoife Sheehy and Lydia Doyleprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email At senior level, Stephen Casserly of Castlegar AC won an enthralling Men’s 3000m in 9.50, kicking away on the last lap from Brian O’Connor of GCH, and Patrick Noonan of Craughwell AC, who placed second and third respectively. The talented Niamh Hennelly of GCH had a fabulous run to clock an excellent 10.52 for a clear victory in the ladies’ race, with Aine O’Farrell of Athenry in second and Tara Whyte of GCH third home. Veronica Burke of Ballinasloe and District took the Senior ladies walk with ease.Over 800m, Ben Garrard of Craughwell ran 2.00 to claim the Men’s title after a fantastic race with Gavin Cooney also Craughwell, and their clubmate Sinead Gaffney won the Ladies 800m gold. In the sprints, Conor Duggan of Craughwell AC made a welcome return to action winning the Senior 60m, while Aoife Sheehy of GCH and Brendan Lynch of Loughrea won the sprint hurdles. Sinead Treacy won double gold in the ladies 60m sprint and 200m, the latter after the race of the day with Nicole King of GCH with just one-thousandth of a second separating the pair. Majella Loftus won gold in the masters 60 and 200m events, while Robert Meagher of GCH took the Men’s 200m title.At Juvenile level, GCH had impressive wins on the track including a phenomenal triple victory for Ava McKeon. McKeon won three individual golds on Sunday – claiming the U14 Girls 60m sprint, the 60m hurdles, and the U14 Girls 800m in an amazing display. Seren O’Toole won double gold in both the u 16/17 Girls 60m sprint and 200 metres, while Robert McDonnell won the U16/17 Boys double over 60m and 200m also. Conor Hoade took gold in the U15 Boys hurdles, while Luke Dahler won the U 15 Boys 60m. Emma Moore ran a fantastic 2.19 in the U15 Girls 800m to take gold while Eimear Rowe won the U16/17 Girls event.Craughwell AC winners on the track included Lauren Morgan in the U10 Girls 60m, Alan Hallinan in the U9 Boys 200m, while siblings Keelan Moorehead won the U11 Boys 600nm and Kyle Moorehead won the U16/17 Boys 800m.  Evan Moran won the U13 Boys hurdles while Saoirse Moore won the U15 girls hurdles, and Niamh Duffy won the U13 Girls 60m.  In the field Craughwell winners included Emma O’Donovan in the U11 Girls Long Jump, Lauren Morgan took a second gold in the U10 Long Jump, Ella Farrelly also won two titles, with gold in both the U12 Girls Long jump and High Jump.  Ben Moran won the U11 Boys Long Jump, while Darragh Kelly claimed gold in the U12 Boys High Jump In the throws, Shannon Quinn won gold in the U12 girls Shot PuttLoughrea AC winners included Darragh Fahy with double gold in the U12 Boys 60m and Long Jump, Hazel Fahy ran a very fast time in the U10 Girls 400m, Shane Earls claimed the U10 Boys 400m while there was gold for Samuel Ukaga in the U16/17 Boys hurdles.Athenry AC juveniles were also multiple title winners, as Cian McNelis won two golds, in the U13 Boys 60m and in the 600m with a great front running display, while Conor Curran won the Shot at U12 level and Aoibhe Deeley won the U16/17 Girls hurdles.Ballinasloe and District AC gold medallists were Sinead Greene in the U11 Girls 60m, and Caoimhe Kilkenny in the U13 Girls 600m, while East Galway AC had a gold medal winner in Enda Keane in the U 12 Boys 600m and Saoirse Coleman in the U13 Girls hurdles.South Galway AC had winners via David Mannion who took double gold in the U14 Boys hurdles and 60m sprint, while brother Stephen won the 800m distance event. Sinead Mongan was the U12 Girls 60m hurdles champion, Aisling Geaney won the U11 Girls 600m, Aisling Finn won the U 15 Girls 60m, Michael Leahy won the U 15 Boys 800m while in the field, Katelyn Kelly won the U9 Girls Long Jump to complete a great event for the club.Tuam AC fielded a huge contingent of athletes and had a superb all-round championship, claiming a huge haul of medals across the board. Eimear Fallon won double gold in in the U9 Girls 60m and 200m as did Tom Henry in the U10 Boys 60m and U10 Long Jump. In the U12 Boys 60m Hurdles Cian Rafferty took the honours, Odhran Kelly was winner in the U9 Boys 60m, JJ Ofioh looked impressive winning the U11 Boys 60m, while Aine McGuire took gold the U12 Girls 60m and Danielle Moynihan won the U12 Girls 600m. In the field, Tuam had a win from Thomas Riordan in the U9 Boys Long Jump.In the field events, Brendan Staunton of GCH and Katie O’Donoghue of Craughwell AC claimed the Senior Shot putt titles. At Juvenile level, Darragh Kearney of Craughwell (U13), Liam Shaw of Athenry at U14, and Darragh Jennings of GCH at U15 were victors in the boys, while Niamh Duffy of Craughwell at U13, Caitlin Griffin of Loughrea (U14), Ella Rafferty (Tuam AC) at U15 and at U16/17 Chloe Casey of Craughwell were victorious in the girl’s eventsBrendan Lynch took the Triple Jump Men’s title, with Laura Cunningham of Craughwell landing the Ladies crown. Shane O’Rourke of Tuam AC took both the Senior Men’s High jump, and the Long Jump while Katie O’Donoghue of Craughwell won the ladies High Jump and clubmate Siona Lawless the Long Jump.  At Juvenile level in High Jump Ellie Cronin (Craughwell) and Jack Mannion of Tuam took the U16/17 titles, Grace Bermingham of South Galway won the U13 Girls, with Cormac McFadden of Craughwell winning the U13 Boys. Jade Moorehead of Craughwell took the U14 Girls, Evan Hallinan of Craughwell won the Boys U14 title, while clubmates Lukas Schukat and Saoirse Moore of Craughwell were victorious at U15 level.In the Long Jump there were wins for Siobhan Carr and Conor Gilligan of Craughwell at U13, Evan Hallinan and Katie Scully also Craughwell in the U14, At U15 Roisin Dalton and Conor Hoade of GCH were winners, while at U16/17 Loughrea did the double via Aoibhinn Farrell and Sam Ukaga.There were also series of very exciting relays on the programme, which saw multiple wins for Tuam AC, Craughwell, and GCH,as well wins for South Galway AC. Nicole King (R) of GCH congratulates Sinead Treacy (Craughwell) on left after their epic 200m battle. Both were given the same time with Treacy winning by one-thousandth of a second The 2018 Galway Indoor Championships were held in the superb surroundings of Athlone IT Arena last Saturday and Sunday. A record entry of almost 1,000 athletes from all Galway clubs competed at both juvenile and adult level over the new two-day format, and a huge crowd of parents and supporters were in attendance for a great day’s action.center_img Tuam AC 8kThe 16th edition of the Tuam AC 8k road race will take place Sunday 21st January next at 2.30 pm, with entry available online now on Athletics Ireland’s Primo system, and on the day at Race HQ Galway Indoor Track and Field Championshipslast_img read more

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