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  • SUU Women’s Soccer Announces New Assistant Coach

    first_imgJuly 13, 2018 /Sports News – Local SUU Women’s Soccer Announces New Assistant Coach Tags: Jonas Tanzer/Pacific Lutheran Lutes/SUU Women’s Soccer/Swedish National Team FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCEDAR CITY, Utah-Friday, Southern Utah University announced a new assistant coach for its women’s soccer program, just weeks ahead of the regular season.Head coach Fred Thompson confirmed Jonas Tanzer will assume this role.Tanzer comes to Cedar City from Division III Pacific Lutheran of Tacoma, Wash. where he had served as the Lutes’ assistant coach since 2016.During his time with the Lutes, Tanzer helped lead them to back-to-back NCAA Division III tournament appearances in 2016 and 2017.In his tenure at PLU, Tanzer was responsible for goalkeeper training activities, using SportsCodePro and Gamebreaker to perform video analysis while also planning elite training sessions for players during his time as the associate head coach.Tanzer served as technical director and girls director for the state of Washington’s Premier Football Club wherein he developed new player development plans for players ranging from 6 to 19 years old.He was also the head coach for ECNL 00, ECNL 02 and Boys 99. Before he served as technical director in 2017, he was the goalkeeper director for WPFC in 2016.A Swedish national, Tanzer spent time coaching in Sweden from 2009-2015 and served as the assistant coach for IFK Norrkoping Allsvenskan as well as for both the boys and girls’ Swedish national teams.Tanzer also played for Pacific Lutheran as a collegian, becoming a three-time all-conference first team performer in the Northwest Conference. Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

  • Boomin finally lifts the lid on what it’s ACTUALLY going to be

    first_imgHome » News » Boomin finally lifts the lid on what it’s ACTUALLY going to be previous nextProducts & ServicesBoomin finally lifts the lid on what it’s ACTUALLY going to beAfter months of speculation and rumour, co-founder Michael Bruce has spoken publicly for the first time about what the platform-cum-portal is going to offer.Nigel Lewis3rd November 202004,101 Views Soon-to-launch property platform Boomin has lifted the lid on its service after months of private briefings and rumours, and said its service will not squeeze agents out of the home moving process.Boomin co-founder Michael Bruce says his planned multi-million pound marketing spend will give it the edge over other ‘portal challengers’ and that their unusual approach will offer a real alternative to Zoopla and Rightmove.“We want home movers engaging with agents in the way they did before the portals came along,” says Bruce.“Our aim is to open up the market and create more transactions and opportunities but, as some people have speculated, we are not in the game of putting buyers and sellers directly in touch with each other – agents are central to our model,” he says.Key servicesThis will include offering homeowners and landlords a ‘central hub’ for their properties; matching buyers and sellers more accurately for agents; and giving buyers more useful and timely leads.Their tech is both familiar and new. This includes enabling buyers to nominate roads where they would like to buy a home and then inviting potential vendors to the market; allowing agents to tempt buyers with off-market and pre-marketing properties; helping keep property chains intact to prevent fall-throughs; and booking viewings 24/7 online.Boomin will generate revenues for agents by providing a ‘property playground’ where consumers can plan their new home (and buy interiors products to kit it out prior to exchange) and paying them a cut of any profits.Only a few weeks away from a public launch, Boomin will outspend Rightmove and Zoopla with an advertising campaign that will see it ‘constantly on TV’ and other media for the next 12 months, alongside a major push onto YouTube.“Purplebricks became a household brand in two years but we expect Boomin to attain that quicker,” says marketing chief Phil Lloyd.Phil Lloyd Boomin Michael Bruce portals November 3, 2020Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

  • Keane a cause of concern for Ireland

    first_img The 32-year-old is in line to win his 124th senior cap at the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday evening, but only if he is given the go-ahead to play after suffering an injury during the creditable 0-0 draw in Sweden on Friday evening. Manager Giovanni Trapattoni, however, is hopeful that his captain, Ireland’s leading international goalscorer with 54, will be fit and ready to play again. The Italian said: “Robbie is having a scan on his calf. He has a little bit of pain, but the scan will clarify the situation. I think he can play, but we will wait for the decision after this scan.” Keane freely admits he has played for much of his career carrying niggling injuries, and he will be desperate to be involved in a game which could have a major bearing on Ireland’s hopes of making it to the finals in Brazil next summer. The deserved point with which Trapattoni’s men returned from Stockholm kept them firmly in the race for second place in Group C, although they dropped to fourth place as a result of Austria’s 6-0 demolition of the Faroe Islands. However, with the Swedes not in action on Tuesday evening, victory over the Austrians would leave the Republic in possession, for the time being at least, of the runners-up spot, and no one within the camp is underestimating the importance of the fixture. Asked if he would field the same team at the Aviva Stadium as he did at the Friends Arena, Trapattoni said, somewhat coyly: “Ninety-nine per cent, maybe. “Obviously there is the scan for Robbie Keane – Robbie played very, very well and his experience has been important. I think he can be ready. “But this game, we must think about all our possibilities. It’s a game we want to win, but also those who don’t start, the one or two or three changes (substitutions) will be very, very important.” Glenn Whelan returned to training today and is expected to resume against Austria, but as well as Keane, Trapattoni has a doubt over Jon Walters, who has a back problem. Skipper Robbie Keane is anxiously awaiting the outcome of a scan on his calf as the Ireland prepare for their World Cup qualifier showdown with Austria.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

  • NOT IN THE CARDS: No. 1 Syracuse falls to Louisville, suffers first road loss of season

    first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Each time Syracuse went to the basket in the second half Saturday, it was to compensate for that certain uneasiness.A feeling the team hadn’t experienced all year was suddenly evident across the board. Syracuse — trademarked by its cool exterior — was clearly desperate. Nothing seemed to go its way, and it showed.‘We panicked a little bit,’ Jackson said. ‘We usually don’t panic, and that hurt us a little.’In the face of a relentless Louisville attack, the sense of maturity and collective poise normally seen from the No. 1 Orange was gone in the midst of an 78-68 loss. The sold-out crowd of 20,135 on hand to see the final game at Louisville’s historic Freedom Hall latched on to a late surge and shook Syracuse out of contention in a game it once had command of. Down the stretch, forced shots and errant passes translated to Cardinals points in a nonstop barrage that spanned nearly nine minutes.The loss made Syracuse (28-3, 15-3 Big East) the final team in Division I basketball to lose a road game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I think we lost our composure in the second half a lot more than in the first half,’ junior forward Wes Johnson said. ‘It got loud and after that I think we just lost our composure, and that’s something we rarely do and we did today.’Where it ended was with an emotional Edgar Sosa, beckoning to the Louisville (20-11, 11-7 Big East) student section to storm the court in the last Cardinals game he, and the arena, will ever participate in. Meanwhile, the Orange trudged off to the matchbook-sized visitors’ locker room.But things were much different in the early going. For the first 30 minutes, the Orange looked as though it was thoroughly prepared for everything Louisville could throw at it. Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino challenged SU early with a variety of pressure defenses, the same kind that boggled the Orange in its last loss to Louisville on Feb. 14, but this time, it was prepared.The Orange would instantly break the defense down and find its frontcourt wide open at the end of the flurry. Johnson, Jackson and Arinze Onuaku combined for 21 of the team’s 35 first-half points by converting easy transition baskets off the broken press. Then, the Cardinals started hitting shots.Attempting an astounding 40 3-pointers, the baskets Syracuse weren’t counting on began to fall in droves.‘I think we got a little relaxed defensively,’ SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. ‘They were missing so many shots, I think we thought they were going to miss them all.’First, it was Louisville forward Samardo Samuels — who had zero points in the first half — hitting a layup and stealing the lead back from the Orange.When the hesitant defense started, the Cardinals’ offense expanded. Point guards Sosa and Peyton Siva had wide-open shots around the perimeter and a clear passing lane to Samuels and Jared Swopshire.The sudden lead change left little time for the Orange to adjust and plenty of time for Kyle Kuric to find all the empty spaces left in the SU defense. Though he’d only scored 94 points total this season, Kuric exploded for 22 on the night, piloting the Cardinals’ run.  With each 3, he sent the Freedom Hall crowd into hysteria while the Orange desperately tried to recover. Once it had the ball back on offense, though, possessions were extremely quick — a one-man isolation play toward the basket, or a highly contested jump shot on the block.‘I thought we rushed our offense a little bit and that led to some missed shots around the basket,’ Boeheim said. ‘… Bottom line, our offense wasn’t good enough in the second half.’Sitting in the locker room after the game, the Orange realized what had happened. For a team that survived the entire season without a loss on the road, Syracuse figured it’d beaten itself.Taking things one possession at a time, would things be different? Would dishing the ball instead of taking a high risk be more effective? No way to tell now. But perhaps it was necessary. Learning to deal with it now could be invaluable.‘I told them we’ll learn from this,’ Boeheim said. ‘There’s some things we can learn from this.’[email protected]  Published on March 7, 2010 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

  • No arrests in Diamond Secondary School fire – Police

    first_imgPolice are still to apprehend the suspect/s involved in the Christmas Eve fire at the Diamond Secondary School which left parts of the building gutted.Commander of A Division (Georgetown-East Bank Demerara), Marlon Chapman on Friday confirmed that no one was arrested as investigations are still in progress. “So far, we have no updates, investigations are still ongoing,” Chapman told Guyana Times.Fire Prevention Officer of the Guyana Fire Service, Andrew Holder, had announced that an investigation into the fire has concluded that the building was deliberately set alight.Reports are the guard stationed at the school noticed flames emanating from theThe damaged section of the Diamond Secondary Schoolfront building in the compound at about 02:00h and immediately raised an alarm. With the assistance of public spirited citizens, the fire was contained before firefighters arrived at the scene.The Education Ministry has since said the fire began in the administrative building which housed the head teacher and deputy head teacher’s offices along with the computer laboratory and the library.In November 2018, several persons working at the school were under investigation after a large sum of money, which was collected from students for the school’s graduation ceremony, reportedly disappeared.Guyana Times understands that the money was stored in a secured safe and only a few individuals were granted access.During the probe of that incident, four teachers were taken into custody and questioned at the Golden Grove Police Station. They were subsequently released on station bail.last_img read more

  • 49ers’ ‘Victory Monday’ to include scouting Ravens’ Lamar Jackson

    first_img How much Jimmy G-to-Kittle is too much Jimmy G-to-Kittle? With a little health and stability, Jimmie Ward finally showing 49ers, NFL what he can do SANTA CLARA – The 49ers locker room erupted with glee, Jimmy Garoppolo high-fived George Kittle, and Kyle Shanahan couldn’t mask his pleasure as he rewarded them with a Monday off after their 37-8 rout of the Green Bay Packers.Tonight, however, offers a chance for some extra-credit studying, if you will.Before the Baltimore Ravens (8-2) host the 49ers (10-1) next Sunday, they have a 5:15 p.m. kickoff at the Los Angeles Rams (6-4).SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – NOVEMBER 24: Middle linebacker Fred Warner #54 of the San Francisco 49ers reacts after the 49ers stopped the Green Bay Packers on 4th down during the first quarter of the game at Levi’s Stadium on November 24, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)“Of course, we’ll be watching,” linebacker Fred Warner said. “We have a great test ahead of us. “Lamar (Jackson, the Ravens quarterback) is an MVP candidate. He’s having an outstanding year. Yeah, we’ll be watching.”Watching, as opposed to quaking in their boots.Aside from an overtime loss Nov. 11 to the Seattle Seahawks, the 49ers have turned back every challenger, from the meek (winless Cincinnati Bengals in Week 2) to the mighty (the Packers entered Sunday 8-2).“We crave every single game. Every week is a new challenge,” defensive tackle DeForest Buckner. “The great thing about this team is we don’t get scared about who’s the next opponent, or, you know, ‘This is supposed to be the top team in the league,’ or any of that. It’s just another team.”The Ravens and 49ers are the league’s two highest-scoring teams, at 34.1 and 30.2 points per game, respectively. FIRST LOOK: Hip-hop icon E-40 teams with 49ers on new music video Hall of Fame QB who once tormented 49ers now sees them as the NFC’s top playoff seed 49ers on Wednesday: Where have all the defensive interceptions gone? Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (8) tries to break free from Los Angeles Chargers free safety Derwin James in the first half of an NFL wild card playoff football game, Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Nick Wass)Defensively, the 49ers are allowing the second-fewest points (14.8 per game) and the Ravens’ the eighth-fewest (19.6).“We know how good we are,” Buckner added, “so we just have to show it every chance we get.”The next two chances are daunting, and not just because of the credibility that comes with the Ravens and New Orleans Saints (9-2). The day after Thanksgiving, the 49ers will go on a 10-day road trip, as they’ll practice in Bradenton, Fla., before visiting the Saints.“We don’t care if we’re playing on the moon. And we don’t care who we’re playing,” Richard Sherman told Peter King atop his Football Morning in America column. “We had a tough game against Tampa, who moved it on us in the heat. We had a frickin’ monsoon game in Washington. We don’t care. We play as hard as we can, as fast as we can, and let the chips fall.”Rain is forecast to fall on them Sunday in Baltimore. Same thing happened last time they played on the East Coast, 30 miles down the road, when they outlasted Washington 9-0 on Oct. 20.This will be the 49ers’ first visit to Baltimore since Thanksgiving Night, 2011 – a 16-6 loss. They met again the next year – something or other about a Super Bowl – and then again in 2015, when the 49ers won 25-20 at Levi’s Stadium.Related Articles These 49ers are off to the franchise’s best start since 1997, when they opened 11-1. Leading the way is the pass rush, which has produced at least three sacks in eight consecutive games for the first time in franchise history since sacks became a recorded statistic in 1982.Jackson’s been sacked 18 times through 10 games. He ranks sixth with a 106.3 passer rating (19 touchdowns, five interceptions), and he ranks 11th in the NFL with 781 rushing yards (and six rushing touchdowns).PRIME-TIME DRAW: The 49ers, in their fourth prime-time kickoff this season, were a ratings magnet, with perhaps a little help from the Packers. An audience of 21.3 million viewers was the largest for a Week 12 game on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” since 2015. The top-three metered markets: Milwaukee (38.6 rating, 57-percent market share), San Francisco (27.4; 52 percent) and Sacramento (24.5; 43 percent).SEASON PASS DIGITAL OFFERIf you have not already, we strongly encourage you to sign up for a digital subscription, which gives you access to all content on the Mercury News and East Bay Times websites. With your support, we can continue bringing these stories — and much more — to your screens. Here’s where to sign up for the season pass: Mercury News, East Bay Times.last_img read more

  • Inferring Dinosaur Family Life from Bones

    first_imgObservation: a jumble of dinosaur bones in China.  Conclusion: some dinosaurs showed tender loving care to their young.  This is the gist of a paper in Nature this week (Sept. 9),1 reported also on Nature Science Update.    Discerning behavior from bones is an art, but these bones of 34 psittacosaurs from Liaoning, China provided a few hints.  The specimens were all buried suddenly; there was no dislocation of the bones or exposure to air for long after death.  Many were in upright position.  One adult was present with hatchlings of various ages, all within half a square meter.  These clues seem to indicate they were living together as a harmonious family unit.  The rest of the story, lacking instant replay, must be left to the imagination.    What is perhaps more interesting is the death scenario.  What buried this family so suddenly?  One can almost imagine them caught completely off guard, looking up with one last look of surprise, to be forever preserved like a snapshot in stone.  Volcanic ash burial (as at Pompeii) does not seem likely due to the absence of glass.  Perhaps they were under a ledge or in an underground burrow that collapsed, or maybe a wave of flood sediments overwhelmed them.  “The uniformity of the entombing sediments, perhaps a result of soil development, prevents identification of any definite event,” say Meng et al. in Nature.    Allowing that the find indeed indicates parental care for the young, Darwinists are drawing another conclusion: “The unique discovery… suggests that the parental instincts of present-day birds and reptiles such as crocodiles may have a common evolutionary precursor.”  The authors admit, on the other hand: “But, given the disparity in ecology and physiology between crocodilians and birds, homology of their parental care is debatable.”  More finds like this might strengthen the case for homology, they say.1Meng et al., “Palaeontology: Parental care in an ornithischian dinosaur,” Nature 431, 145 – 146 (09 September 2004); doi:10.1038/431145a.These dinosaurs might have shown parental care for their hatchlings.  This and other possible nesting sites at other locales tend to support the idea.  It seems a reasonable one, given observation of nurturing behavior among many living species.  But how did this family get buried so suddenly?  A find as rare as this really is astonishing, unless many individuals over a wide area were trapped by the same event, and it was a big one.  Whether it was a regional or global catastrophe, one can decide from the preponderance of evidence.  One thing seems clear; it was not uniformitarianism.  The hatchlings probably did not hold their poses while sediments built up slowly around them over many years.    Here we go again with the homology storytelling; so now we are to believe that parental loving care was an evolutionary adaptation going all the way back to the presumed common ancestor of crocodiles, dinosaurs, birds, Nelsons and Cleavers.  This really does get so tiring.  Maybe if they were grounded for a week every time they said such nonsense, the little Darwin Club members would learn some manners.(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

  • Video: Diski Dancing in the Capital City

    first_imgThe Diski Dance featured large at Football Fridays’ launch in Tshwane/Pretoria on 30 Oct 2009. Lesego Madumo chats to choreographer Wendy Ramokgadi about South Africa’s signature 2010 dance – watches the Deputy President try out the moves – then gets on the other end of the camera!Click arrow to play video.last_img

  • LinkedIn Launches Profile Bookmarking

    first_imgRelated Posts The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Tags:#Social Bookmarking#web If you’re a hiring manager, marketer or journalist, you know how important it is to have leads. Those of us who’ve been on the hunt for good sources and staff have often resorted to bookmarking portfolios and saving them for a later date. Today, LinkedIn announced Profile Organizer– a service that offers premium users a chance to bookmark and annotate the profiles that interest them most. A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… With Profile Organizer, bookmarking is simple. Users save contacts with one click and are given the option to create category files for their contacts. If you want to separate the product managers from the designers or the engineers from the HR staff, you can. Users are given the chance to name their contact folders by occupation, location or other relevant labels. From here you can also choose to add contact information and notes. The information is only visible to you so you can be as descriptive as you like. If you don’t already have a tool like Salesforce, the notes section is a great place to jot down a contact’s interests and hobbies. If you’re the type of person who needs more to jog your memory, it’s also a great place to record the details of your last conversation. The Profile Organizer is available to regular LinkedIn users for a 30-day trial. Business members can access the service but are given a limit of 5 contact folders. Meanwhile, Business Pro and Pro members can create as many as 25 contact folders. To test the new product visit Linkedin.com/organizer. Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification dana oshirolast_img read more

  • No More Encore – Adobe’s DVD Authoring App Gets End of Life Status

    first_imgAdobe has announced they will no longer be supporting Encore – their popular DVD and Blu-Ray authoring application.The times they are a’changing. As consumers trend away from physical media, it’s no wonder that the apps to create those physical media are shinking as well. First the demise of Apple’s DVD Studio Pro…now Adobe Encore.  Adobe has announced that the last version of Encore, CS6, will be its last.In addition, Dynamic Link between Encore and Premiere Pro is no longer supported.  So much for the handy video editing to DVD creation workflow we reported on recently. That said, Encore is still available for those users who subscribe the Adobe Creative Cloud…but for how long will remain to be seen.Industry site Doddle notes that there are still several types of video that will require the creation of DVDs:  “wedding and event videographers, corporate environments, as well as the independent producer.”  The trend in downloadable and streaming media isn’t slowing, so we can only expect to see DVD use to continue it’s sharp decline in these areas as well.With professional Mac DVD authoring options dwindling, the best options now seem to be all Windows-centric.What app are you using for DVD authoring?Share your thoughts and suggestions in the comments below!last_img read more

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