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of Athletics finalists to visit Northern campus

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Three finalists for the position of Northern State University Director of Athletics will visit campus this month. Brian Scislo: Sept. 21-22. Brian Jamros: Sept. 26-27. During each visit, the community is invited to an open forum with the candidate, which will take place in the Kessler’s Champions...
ABERDEEN, SD
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Columbus Dispatch

How much will Ohio State men's basketball pay for its five 'buy' games this season?

Ohio State will pay a total of $460,000 for its five non-conference “buy” games in the 2021-22 men’s basketball season. According to documents provided to The Dispatch via a records request, the Buckeyes will pay Akron and Niagara $95,000 each and New Orleans, Tennessee Martin and Towson $90,000 apiece to play at Value City Arena.
OHIO STATE
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Sandusky Register

WEEK 5: Blue Streaks host tradition-rich Irish

Sandusky's tough nonconference gauntlet reaches its last of five acts Friday night when the Blue Streaks host Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary at Strobel Field. Both Division III teams bring 2-2 records into the game, losing to four teams with a combined record of 14-2. Sandusky fell 17-16 last week at...
SANDUSKY, OH
aseaofred.com

ASUN adds Austin Peay as all-sports member

On Friday, the ASUN formally announced the addition of Austin Peay who will become a member of the ASUN and will begin competing for conference championships during the 2022-23 season. Austin Peay becomes the fourth team to join the ASUN over the past year and the third from the Ohio...
COLLEGE SPORTS
Seacoast Online

High School roundup: Portsmouth hands Dover volleyball its first loss

PORTSMOUTH – Sophia Zingariello had 28 assists as the Portsmouth High School volleyball team handed Dover it first loss of the season, 3-2, on Thursday in a Division I contest. Individual game scores were 24-26, 25-20, 7-25, 25-20, 17-15. Margaret Montplaisir (nine kills), Caden Merwin (six blocks), Maggie MacDonald (five...
PORTSMOUTH, NH

Dallas Baptist remains No. 1 in WGCA Division II Coaches Poll

The Women’s Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) has announced the results of the most recent WGCA Coaches Poll. This is the second poll of the 2021 fall season. Dallas Baptist remains No. 1 in Division II. DBU received all but one first-place vote, while Lynn received the remaining first-place vote to hold steady at No. 2. Indianapolis remains at No. 3, while Anderson and Barry enter the top five at No. 4 and No. 5, respectively.
DALLAS, TX
Metro News

West Virginia visits defending national champion Marshall in Top 10 clash

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia brings a slightly higher national ranking and an undefeated record, while Marshall counters with the status of defending national champion. The No. 4 Mountaineers (4-0-1) visit No. 6 Marshall (3-1-1) Friday evening in one of the most highly-anticipated men’s soccer fixtures in West Virginia in recent memory.
CHARLESTON, WV
bluewaterhealthyliving.com

Broncos keep streak alive in close match up with Pioneers

With a 25-23 victory in the first set over Croswell-Lexington on Thursday evening, the North Branch volleyball team had to refocus in order to maintain their three-season undefeated streak in the BWAC. “I thought they played very well, I give Ryan [Wilson] a lot of credit,” North Branch head coach...
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Telegraph

'That's soccer, right?': Kalish has seen Bronze Boot from both sides

ST. LOUIS — Kevin Kalish knows exactly where the Bronze Boot Trophy sits. And despite some close calls with SIUE since the series was reestablished, it remains there. “It’s right in my office,” said Kalish, the men’s soccer coach at Saint Louis University, the morning following the overtime 1-1 tie between SLU and SIUE in the 2021 Bronze boot game.
SAINT LOUIS, MO
Concord Monitor

Bow’s strong season continues behind 4-0 win over Merrimack Valley

Bow soccer players stepped off the pitch with smiles on their faces and the exchanges of high-fives were underway. With roughly 10 minutes left in the second half of its game against Merrimack Valley on Friday at Premier Field, Bow’s starters were subbed out and the bench took to the field.
BOW, NH
hbcusports.com

Here are the 5 best HBCU football games to watch in Week 3

As we head into week three of the HBCU football season, we are inching closer and closer before conference schedules begin across the four major conferences. The CIAA and SIAC will have the majority of in-conference games next week with only Tuskegee facing a non-conference opponent. This weekend will see...
COLLEGE SPORTS
wvusports.com

The Eyes of College Soccer World Focus On West Virginia Tonight

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – People who follow college soccer know what's happening in West Virginia right now with the Marshall and West Virginia University men's programs. Just last May, the Thundering Herd outlasted top-ranked Clemson on penalty kicks before topping Georgetown, North Carolina and Indiana in succession to claim its first national championship.
MORGANTOWN, WV
Victoria Advocate

Shiner pleased with early progress

SHINER — Shiner has never shied away from tough competition and this season is no different. The Comanches’ non-district schedule includes five larger teams and two teams ranked in the state poll. “It’s going to give us a test,” said junior Dalton Brooks. “It’s good for a young team to...
SHINER, TX
providencejournal.com

Colin Patrick's first-half goal helps 'Gansett blank Scituate

Colin Patrick struck late in the first half with the winning goal as Narragansett shut out Scituate, 3-0. Patrick found the net in the 39th minute to give the Mariners the lead for good. Scott Reilly and Brian Rocchio added insurance inside the final 11 minutes as Narragansett wrapped things up.
SCITUATE, RI
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