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Cheserek wins 44th Annual Cooper River Bridge Run

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCSC) - A 27-year-old Kenyan man was the first to finish the 44th Annual Cooper River Bridge Run. Edward Cheserek completed the race with a time of 28:25, a pace of 4:34 per mile. Cheserek, who now lives in the United States, is a 17-time NCAA champion at the University of Oregon.
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Three-Time NCAA Champion Shaine Casas Reveals Plans To Turn Pro

Three-time NCAA champion Shaine Casas is planning on turning professional. Casas, who has spent the last three seasons competing in the NCAA with the Texas A&M Aggies, told SwimSwam on Friday that although nothing is completely set in stone, he has designs on turning pro in the near future, meaning his time competing collegiately is most likely done.
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Cross Country Men Place Third, Women Fifth at Griak Invitational

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Against some of the best competition in the country, the Michigan State men's and women's cross country teams both recorded top-5 team scores at the 35th Roy Griak Invitational on Friday morning at Les Bolstad Golf Course. Highlighted by five Spartans getting in the top-25, the No....
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Supreme Patty vs John Gabbana – Order and Watch Here

On Friday, September 24th Social Media Stars John Gabbana and Supreme Patty will face off to a real sanctioned Boxing match. This event will take place at the Pensacola Bay Center in Pensacola, Florida and will be streamed live and exclusively on FITE! (Order and watch below) The co-main event...

Bulldogs Set to Challenge No. 15 Akron

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – A young Yale men's soccer team showed its potential in an impressive 2-0 victory over a strong Boston College team on Tuesday night. The Bulldogs will need a similar effort when they travel to No. 15 Akron on Saturday. Kickoff at FirstEnergy Stadium is slated for 7 p.m.

Michigan's 2001 NCAA Championship Team: Where Are They Now?

Twenty years ago this fall, on Nov. 18, 2001, the Wolverine field hockey program captured the first women's national title in the history of University of Michigan Athletics when it defeated top-ranked Maryland, 2-0, at Dix Stadium in Kent, Ohio. Michigan scored late in the first half and early in the second, then withstood a Terrapin barrage over the final 15 minutes to hold up the shutout -- and avenge U-M's loss to Maryland in the 1999 NCAA championship game.

Avery Skinner among Top 30 honorees for NCAA Woman of the Year Award

A former Kentucky Volleyball star is in the running for one of the NCAA’s most prestigious awards. Avery Skinner, a 2020 NCAA Champion and 2021 UK graduate, is one of 30 honorees for the 2021 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. The award recognizes female college athletes who have exhausted their NCAA eligibility and distinguished themselves in academics, athletics, service, and leadership throughout their collegiate careers.

Stevan Micic Is Coming Back To Michigan!

Stevan Micic is coming back to compete for Michigan this season. In a somewhat surprising decision, the 8th-year senior announced his decision via Instagram. Now 25 years old, Micic spent his true freshman year at Northwestern before transferring to Michigan. After taking another redshirt year in 2015-2016, Micic started at 133 lbs for the Wolverines where he went 4th, 2nd, and 3rd for the Wolverines at 133 lbs. Coming so close, but never winning an NCAA title was one of the main factors in his decision.
Block Island Times

Doing the right thing

Local resident Steve Wilk has been metal detecting on Block Island for years, exploring the beaches, coves, fields, and marshes. Sometimes he finds valuable things. Sometimes he finds cool things. This summer he found a cool and valuable thing hidden in the sand. Wilk was out early on the morning...
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Washington State rewards head women’s basketball coach Kamie Ethridge with contract extension

Four months after leading Washington State to its most successful season in program history, women’s basketball coach Kamie Ethridge was rewarded Wednesday with a contract extension through the next six seasons. Monetary terms were not disclosed, but the extension will carry her through the 2026-27 season. Ethridge’s initial contract, signed...

The Wrestling Fan's Guide to the MMA Weekend (9/23/21)

This weekend features the MMA debut of a Dan Hodge Trophy winner as well as the return of a Greco Roman World champion, and that is before the UFC hosts one of their biggest shows of the year. As always, InterMat has a breakdown of all the top wrestlers competing in the combat sport.

Holloway Named AAU James E. Sullivan Award Finalist

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Gators Great and Olympic medalist Grant Holloway has been named a finalist for the 91st Amateur Athletic Union James E. Sullivan Award, the AAU announced earlier this week. Voting for the award is now open to the public here, and fans can vote once per day until...

World & Olympic champion Kurt Angle talks history, Gable Steveson and the Olympics

Subscribe to this show via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | iHeartRadio | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More. Episode 675 of the Short Time Wrestling Podcast is back in action with 1995 World Champion and 1996 Olympic Champion Kurt Angle. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native is a member of 16 Halls of Fame and has been one of the more iconic crossover figures in professional wrestling for the past 25 years.

Men's Water Polo Heads to MPSF Invitational

MALIBU, California — The #12 Pepperdine men's water polo team's season rolls on with this week's trip to the MPSF Invitational hosted by California. GAME #11 — Friday (Sept. 24) at the Spieker Aquatic Complex in Berkeley, Calif.: #12 Pepperdine (5-5) vs. #8 Pacific (3-4) at 3:20 p.m. GAMES #12-14...

Cutter Sheets Commits to Wrestle at Oklahoma State – Pistols Firing

The Cowboys just keep adding new commitments to their roster this week. After picking up a commitment from Zach Blankenship and flipping Carter Young from Northwestern this week, OSU added another with Cutter Sheets, a 2022 in-state prospect. Sheets should come as no surprise to many as he’s the son...

No. 9 Maryland Defeats No. 17 Princeton in Overtime, 4-3

COLLEGE PARK, MD – Maura Verleg was the overtime hero as No. 9 Maryland (4-2) defeated No. 17 Princeton, 4-3, Tuesday afternoon in College Park. Down a player in overtime due to a 5-minute penalty, the Terps did their best to keep the ball away from the Princeton (2-3) attackers. A spin move by Verleg around four defenders gave her a clear path to the goal where she sent a ball to Bibi Donraadt for the score, but it was reviewed and waved off. With the penalty expired, Maryland was back to even strength and looking for more offense.