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Friday, April 5, 2019

Oklahoma State Live Baseball and Softball Featuring: Oklahoma State Cowgirl Softball vs. Kansas



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Watch LIVE as the Oklahoma State Cowgirl Softball team takes on Kansas from the Cowgirl Softball Complex in Stillwater, OK. [Live Stream Video and More bottom of this page]









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Academics, softball and running a business — How La Salle's Emma Schweigert balances it all Identifying needs in her community, Schweigert collected excess food from the week to deliver to non-profit organizations in the area.


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Schweigert worked with Saxbys management to start delivering bagels and pastries to local organizations: Face-to-Face, a legal and health service for underprivileged individuals and Rock Ministries Kensington, an after-school exercise program for kids.
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She and her Saxbys team also developed a “Pay as You Wish Day” at the café that would raise funds for the La Salle Fund for Students in Crisis, which helped provide resources for the on-campus food pantry, the Basket.
“Anybody could come in and get anything off the menu that they wanted for any price,” Schweigert said. “If they wanted to come up and get a coffee and pay nothing, that was totally fine. Give them a free coffee. But if somebody wanted to come up and pay $20 for a smoothie, then that was okay too.”
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The effort raised $5,800 which included a matching donation from the Saxbys corporate office.
Balancing her work as the SCEO and a student-athlete was no simple task.
As the SCEO, Schweigert, a double major in marketing and finance, managed a 20-person cafe team while keeping up on schoolwork and practice.
A typical day for Schweigert meant waking up at 5:15 a.m. for conditioning, opening the café at 7 a.m., working an eight-hour day and then heading to softball practice.
Softball, though, helped her accomplish all she was being asked to do.
“I was going to do both, and I wanted to be successful in both. I didn't want either commitment to suffer. That drive and determination that softball has instilled in me really helped,” Schweigert said.
Her hard work and perseverance have paid off - Schweigert is now the student COO for the café. She recently finalized a partnership between Saxbys and La Salle athletics, adding another accomplishment to her resumé before she takes the next plunge in her career.
Oh and after tying the program’s single season record for home runs with 10 last year, she has two this season while leading the team in batting average with a .311 clip.
“I feel super confident going into interviews being able to say I was a student CEO and I also was able to manage being a Division I athlete at the same time,” she said. “I've learned so much and can talk to so many different points that I was unable to before. I can talk about team development things not only through softball and athletics, but also, through a professional scope as well.”
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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Smarthome Presents Oklahoma State Cowboy Baseball vs. Central Arkansas Live On US Sports Net!

Watch LIVE as the Oklahoma State Cowboy Baseball team takes on Central Arkansas from Allie P. Reynolds Stadium in Stillwater, OK. [Live Stream Video at the bottom of this page]


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DALLAS – A three-run eighth inning doomed Oklahoma Tuesday night as Dallas Baptist knocked off the Cowboys, 7-5, at Horner Ballpark.

The Cowboys led for six innings but could not hold the lead late as they fell to 12-7 on the season. DBU improved to 15-5.

"We just have to keep working," said OSU head coach Josh Holliday. "No one is going to get down about it. Conference play opens on Friday, and that part of the schedule is critical because Big 12 baseball and how you compete every single weekend against the teams in this league is a great challenge. We're going to rest up and keep these kids positive, motivate them and inspire them to be better, which we're going to, and keep plugging away."
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Carson McCusker led the Cowboys at the plate against DBU with a pair of doubles and two RBIs in four at-bats, while Hueston Morrill also had two hits and drove in a run.

Peyton Battenfield took the loss on the mound to fall to 3-2 after allowing three runs in 1 1/3 innings; the right-hander entered the game having given up just three runs in 19 innings over seven appearances this season.

With the Cowboys leading 5-4, DBU rallied for three runs against Battenfield in the decisive eighth. After a one-out walk and a passed ball, a base hit put runners on second and third. Blayne Jones then gave the Patriots their first lead of the game with a triple to deep center field, and an RBI single off the bat of Christian Boulware made the score 7-5.

Down to its final three outs, OSU mounted a rally in the ninth. Andrew Navigato and Cade Cabbiness led off the frame with back-to-back infield singles before both advanced to scoring position with no outs following a wild pitch.

But Trevor Boone and Christian Funk struck out before McCusker flew out to center field to end the game.

OSU took command of the game early with a two-out rally in the second inning as the Cowboys sent 11 batters to plate and tallied five runs to build a 5-0 advantage.

With a pair of runners on and two outs, a check-swing RBI double down the right-field line by McCusker brought home the Cowboys' first runs of the night.  Up next an RBI single by Max Hewitt extended the OSU lead to 3-0.

The Pokes weren't done as Morrill followed with OSU's third consecutive RBI hit, and two batters later, Bryce Carter picked up an RBI on an infield single to complete the scoring.

DBU would cut into the Cowboys' lead in the bottom of the inning, however, as the Patriots took advantage of four walks and two errors to plate four runs against C.J. Varela and trim the OSU to lead to 5-4.

OSU returns home to open Big 12 Conference play Friday night against Kansas State. First pitch for the opener is set for 6:05 p.m.
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Friday, March 29, 2019

University Of South Florida Baseball Live! Vs ECU Presented on US Sports Net By Baseball Rampage!

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Late Runs Doom Bulls in 6-5 Loss to Bearcats









TAMPA, FLA., MARCH 23, 2019 – Despite an early 4-0 lead, the USF baseball team fell late to Cincinnati in the middle game of the three-game series, 6-5.

The Bulls (12-9, 1-1 The American) struck in the first. Senior Kyle Phillips (Orlando) got things going with a single, then eventually got 90 feet from home by stealing third. A passed ball allowed him to score to give USF a 1-0 lead.

In the bottom of the second, USF loaded the bases with one out. Phillips recorded his second hit in as many innings with a double down the right field line, scoring Nick Gonzalez (Tampa) and Garrett Zech (Naples, Fla.). Junior Jordan Santos (Tampa) made it 4-0, as he scored on a wild pitch.


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Senior righty Alec Wisely (Jacksonville, Fla.) was working efficiently through the first four, as he allowed just two hits. The Bearcats (7-14, 1-1 The American) worked a pair of walks and loaded the bases in the fifth with one out, then put a mark on the scoreboard with a sac fly, making it 4-1.

USF answered with another run in the bottom half, as Santos drove in Chris Chatfield (Riverview, Fla.) from third on a sacrifice to center, making it 5-1.

A solo homer in the top of the seventh led off a three-run frame for Cincinnati, making it 5-4. The Bearcats scored two more runs in the ninth on four hits to take their first lead, 6-5. USF brought the tying run to the plate three times in the ninth, but the side was retired in order.

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7 – USF had seven steals, the most for the team in the last 10 years.
23 – Santos added another walks, as he leads the conference.

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  • Wisely went 6.0, the third-straight game going at least six frames. He struck out six and was credited with three earned runs.
  • Phillips had two hits for the second-straight game. He's now batting .322 on the year.
  • Gonzalez had two hits and a run.
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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Today's Top Live Sports Streams Featuring: Brown vs. Florida | NCAA Lacrosse

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Coaching Youth Lacrosse: Beginner and Intermediate

Featuring over 50 easy-to-follow videos, tailored specifically to 8 to 13-year-old players, Coaching Youth Lacrosse: Beginner and Intermediate offers you the deep understanding you need to help your players develop their skills. In this instructional video course, Coaches Risto Worthington and Keith Gonsouland show you how to hone your coaching skills week-by-week as they guide you through each and every drill.

Passing, catching, scooping, dodging and ground ball skills, as well as player positioning and face offs, defense and offense formations, riding, clear, and goalie strategies are all included in this comprehensive guide to the fastest game on two feet. 

As a bonus, your purchase also includes access to downloadable training notes and lacrosse coaching tips for each drill.
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Coach Keith Gonsouland is in his 8th season as the head coach of the River Hill High School boys' varsity lacrosse team. The Hawks have built a record of 93-45 over the past 7 years. He has played professionally for the Pittsburgh Crossefire and Washington Power of the National Lacrosse League. Coach Risto Worthington is an assistant coach at Glenelg Country School in Ellicott City, MD. He played professionally for the Pittsburgh Crossfire in the National Lacrosse League and has played for and coached the Finnish National Team. Coach Worthington was recently the fifth-highest scorer at the World Games tournament. Book this course....

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Stacy Adams Presents The Indoor Football League On US Sports Net Featuring: Week 5 | Green Bay Blizzard at San Diego Strike Force

The San Diego Strike Force host the Green Bay Blizzard on March 24, 2019 at 5:05 PM PT. (8:05pm EST)


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River Kings Flood Out Strike Force 65-48

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Cedar Rapids, IA - The Cedar Rapids River Kings (1-2) secured their first win of the 2019 IFL season Saturday night, 65-48, over the San Diego Strike Force (0-3). 
The River Kings put up a season high for points while limiting San Diego to just 242 yards of total offense. 
Kurt Palandech led the way for the River Kings, racking up 143 yards through the air for five touchdowns. The former Running Rebel added six carries for 59 yards. 
Wide receivers Marquel Wade and Jordan Smith were Palandech's favorite targets, bringing in 6 and 5 catches, respectively. Both men scored twice, and Wade pulled out one more yard than Smith, 51 to 50. 
Through the first half Palandech was 8-11 for 87 yards and accounted for all four of the River King's touchdowns. Wade and Smith split receptions, as each had two touchdowns on four catches each. Wade had 47 yards while Smith had 40. 
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For the second straight week Nate Chavious led the River Kings ground attack, earning 76 yards on 12 carries and 3 touchdowns. 
Defensively the River Kings were able to stifle the potent Strike Force passing attack, as San Diego quarterback Derrick Bernard went just 8-23 in the first half. He ended the game 14-32 for 175 yards and 2 touchdowns. He also had a 33 yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter. 
Ricky Johnson picked up the first River Kings interception of the season. With the Strike Force driving in the third quarter, Bernard overthrew Julian Stafford right into Johnson's hands. 
The Strike Force rushed the ball 14 times earning 76 yards, led by Bernard with 36. Running back George Moreira earned 35 yards on 11 rushes. 
The River Kings will next be in action this Friday night against the Quad City Steamwheelers at the US Cellular Center. Tickets are on sale now at GoRiverKings.com and the game kicks off at 7:05 PM. The Strike Force have a bye.
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CoachTube Presents: Kade Cannon - 2020 Golf Recruiting Video

Kade Cannon, class of 2020 at Archbishop McCarthy HS (Southwest Ranches, FL) golf recruiting video. [Video at the bottom of this page]

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Golf Fun and Fundamentals for Kids featuring Coach Eric Eggleston

Golf is fun at any age! When kids start playing well and shooting lower scores, the game becomes even more enjoyable. This entertaining and informative video introduces children to the basics of golf. Among the topics covered are: rules and etiquette, putting, chipping, pitching, irons and woods. Numerous drills and games are also demonstrated to help make the game fun for kids while developing their skills. This comprehensive program will appeal to parents and young golfers just starting out, as well as those already familiar with the game.
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Eric Eggleston has been a member of the PGA of America since 1996. He was the Head Golf Professional at Cree Meadows Country Club in Ruidoso, New Mexico for 12 years. He has served on his PGA sections board of directors as Junior Golf Chairman and has received the Sun Country Section PGA Junior Golf Leader award three times. Eggleston was also the head boys golf coach for Ruidoso High School. He has been involved with the team for several years and has coached them to 3 state championships.

Beast Sports Nutrition Serious Workout Of The Day Week 2 Day 2

Hey There Athletes and Warriors!
We continue on through week 2 of your SWOD with your first cardio session of this week. And again we add a little more time to this portion of your workout.

Be sure as always to stay hydrated, keep your meal planning as clean as you can, and go at your own pace. The intensity of this workout was originally set for a particular athlete. Adjust any factor to fit your present fitness level. Fitness is a race won by the diligent, not the swiftest.  Rock on and hit the comment section or pop me an email  for any questions and to let us know how your workout program is going

-Coach Nate

After this tip from Beast Sports Nutrition we will get to the workout:


Week 2 - Day 2 (Sunday) of US Sports Strength and Conditioning Free Demo's ProgramWeek Difficulty: Hard



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5 Minute Cardio Warmup
105 Beats Per Minute. This is a basic warmup. Keep things nice and smooth! You can choose any exercise that feels best to you. Biking, Elyptical, Jogging, Walking etc. 
2
20 Minute Cardio Session
139 Beats Per Minute. Get ready for a good workout. Remember to keep drinking water throughout your exercise session. Keep up your intensity! 
3
5 Minute Cardio Session
147 Beats Per Minute. Here we go with a little more intensity! If this is too hard (or not hard enough) you can fine tune your recommended heart rate up or down to fit your individual needs. Have fun! 
4
5 Minute Easy Cooldown Activity
105 Beats Per Minute. This is a basic cooldown session. It is helpful to cooldown after your exercise session! If you have time, try to do a little stretching as well. 





*Please consult a physician before engaging in any fitness or nutrition program

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