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first_imgGAME #12 – vs. BOWLING GREENWednesday, December 23 | 1:00 pm ET | Wolstein Center | Cleveland, OhioGAME PREVIEW:•    Cleveland State continues its three-game homestand when the Vikings host Bowling Green at 1:00 pm on Wednesday (Dec. 23) in the Wolstein Center.•    The game will be broadcast live on AM 1420 WHKW with Al Pawlowski providing the play-by-play.•    Pawlowski will also have the call live on ESPN3 and the WatchESPN App.•    The Vikings are 4-7 this year after a 67-65 win over Belmont on Saturday in the Wolstein Center. Demonte Flannigan hit the game-winning shot with 1.8 seconds to play.•    Bowling Green is 7-4 this year and has lost two straight, including a 83-47 setback at Wright State on Sunday.THE BOWLING GREEN SERIES:•    Bowling Green leads the all-time series with CSU, 9-8, and has won three of the last four overall in the series.•    BGSU claimed a 67-57 win at home in last year’s meeting with CSU. The series is tied 3-3 in games played in Cleveland.GAME 11 RECAP – @CSU 67, BELMONT 65 (12/19/2015)•    The Vikings won their second straight game, 67-65, on Saturday over Belmont.•    Demonte Flannigan finished with 16 points and eight rebounds and hit the game-winning shot with 1.8 seconds left.•    Rob Edwards had 15 points, while Andre Yates added 11 points and five rebounds.•    Tim Hasbargen added 10 points off the bench, while Jibri Blount finished with six points, four rebounds and three steals.EDWARDS NAMED HL FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK:•    Rob Edwards was named the Horizon League Freshman of the Week on Monday for his performance in CSU’s two wins last week.•    It marked the second time Edwards earned the honor this year as he also picked up the award on Nov. 30.•    He averaged 9.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in helping CSU win two games last week.•    In Saturday’s win over Belmont, he scored 15 points, hitting 6-of-8 from the field and 3-of-4 from three-point.UP NEXT:•    The Vikings close out nonconference play by hosting Cedarville on Tuesday (Dec. 29) at 7:00 pm in the Wolstein Center.•    CSU opens Horizon League play with a 3:00 pm contest at Oakland on Jan. 2 and will play at Detroit on Jan. 4 at 7:30 pm. Matt Loede has been a part of the Cleveland Sports Media for over 21 years, with experience covering Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, the National Football League and even high school and college events. He has been a part of the Cleveland Indians coverage since the opening of Jacobs/Progressive Field in 1994, and spent two and a half years covering the team for 92.3 The Fan, and covers them daily for Associated Press Radio. You can follow Matt on Twitter HERE. Matt Loedecenter_img Related TopicsBowling GreenCleveland Statelast_img read more

first_img “Most of the girls are in Europe in active competition, and so, they are in good match condition, so we expect a good display from them,” said Price. “We want the Jamaican public to come out and support the girls because this will be the first time that they will be seeing them since we qualified for the World Cup in a game situation, and they will get two bites of the cherry.” The veteran coach added: “In a preparation year for a World Cup Finals, all practice games are important so that we can get a feel of what we want to do and our intentions and how we want to perform at the World Cup, and so, it is very important that the 24 ladies get the opportunity to display their skills on the field.” Price also noted that the Reggae Girlz are looking forward to both encounters because they want to put on a good showing in front of their home crowd. PRACTICE GAMES IMPORTANT The Jamaicans are drawn in Group C of the 2019 FIFA World Cup Finals alongside Italy, Brazil and Australia. [email protected] Assistant coach Andrew Price said the Reggae Girlz’s two friendly international games against Central American side Chile form a very important part of their preparations as they gear up to compete in this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup Finals in France for the first time. The Reggae Girlz, who are ranked 53rd in the world, will take on the 38th-rated Chileans in their opening match on Thursday at the National Stadium. Chile are also set to compete in this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup, and they will again square off with the Jamaicans on Sunday, March 3, at the Montego Bay Sports Complex to close out the assignment. Price said the Reggae Girlz will be at full strength for both matches and, therefore, he is expecting an exciting performance. “I think the series of games against Chile have come at the right time,” said Price. “These games are definitely important because we want to see where we are. Chile recently played Italy in a game, and, as you know, Italy is in our group for the World Cup, and so, it would be a good yardstick to see where we are currently.”last_img read more

first_imgHe and Hans-Joachim Eckert, the German former judge, were removed from their posts in May.Contacted by AFP on Monday, FIFA did not provide any reaction.The investigation stemmed from evidence provided by African representatives, a source close to FIFA said.Several African witnesses had been set to travel to FIFA headquarters in the Swiss city of Zurich but at least one of them had their summons cancelled after Borbely was removed from his post, the same source said.British newspaper The Guardian reported on Sunday that Infantino was being investigated for claims he had promised, along with FIFA general secretary Fatma Samoura, to accelerate payments of development money to national football associations if the presidents voted for Ahmad.“It is an open secret that president Gianni Infantino and general secretary Fatma Samoura did everything to get the Malagasy Ahmad Ahmad elected,” another source close to FIFA said.The same source indicated that Infantino wanted rid of previous CAF chief Issa Hayatou, who had not backed the Swiss-Italian when he stood for the FIFA presidency in February 2016.Cameroon’s Hayatou, 70, had been in the post for 29 years and had been censured by the International Olympic Committee in 2011 for receiving money from ISL — the Swiss marketing firm was in charge of rights for FIFA before going bust in 2001.“The work in support of Ahmad was carried out by the Congolese Veron Monsengo, Infantino’s Mister Africa,” said the same source, adding that “it was prepared during a visit by Gianni Infantino to Zimbabwe.”That visit took place just before the CAF election.FIFA announced their decision to remove Borbely and Eckert during the organisation’s congress in Bahrain last month.Borbely said the decision was “a setback in the fight against corruption” as there were “several hundred cases” of corruption pending.The duo were replaced by Colombian magistrate Maria Claudia Rojas and Vassilios Skouris of Greece, a former president of the European Court of Justice.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000FIFA President Gianni Infantino, pictured on June 18, 2017, was under investigation by the FIFA ethics team for allegedly attempting to influence the outcome of the Conederation of African Football’s presidential election © AFP / Roman KruchininLAUSANNE, Switzerland, Jun 19 – FIFA’s ethics team had been investigating the role played by the organisation’s president, Gianni Infantino, in the Confederation of African Football’s presidential elections before being removed from office, sources said on Monday.Swiss prosecutor Cornel Borbely, who was chairman of the ethics committee’s investigatory chamber, had opened an invstigation into suggestions Infantino might have sought to influence the election of Madagascar’s Ahmad Ahmad as president of CAF in March.last_img read more

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