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Date: Jul 16, 2011 - Author: Hamish Costello - Comment(s): 0
Yeah, Tom O’Brien said it, but I didn’t think he meant it. I’m talking about February, March and April, when O’Brien told anyone who would listen that his team was moving on without all-A.C.C. quarterback Russell Wilson, then a member of the Colorado Rockies minor league organization, not the Wisconsin Badgers. I didn’t really believe it for one simple reason: no coach – or so I thought – would bid adieu to a quarterback as gifted and experienced as Wilson; a coach could get steaming mad that, once again, his star wasn’t around for spring ball, but no coach would so firmly shut the door on his return. Well, Tom O’Bri
Minnesota State-Moorhead held their press conference today to announce the status of their hockey program. It didn’t have the big-league feel of mispronounced names, dramatically revealed banners, and no real information, but it did introduce an exciting idea into college hockey, after a pretty rough couple of weeks.
The Dragons did not announce the formation of a new hockey team today, but did announce that they’ve been working on a plan for the formation of a hockey team, and went over some of the financials they would need to do so.
Moorhead’s plan is to set up an endowment for the program to give them some financial security, and make sure they receive no taxpayer money(Because no state money has worked out great for the other MSU in the WCHA).Tags: Minnesota, Minnesota Statemoorhead
Holston softball coach Lisa Blackburn got an enticing glimpse of the future three summers ago on a sun-baked field in Delaware.
Blackburn and many residents from Washington County made the long journey to watch the girls from Damascus compete in the Senior League World Series.
Damascus featured an array of talented players, but one athlete stood out in the circle. She was determined, multi-talented and relentless.
“I knew what was coming after that tournament. There was a lot of talent on that team,” Blackburn said.
Pitcher Morgan Lowe has earned statewide attention the past three years for the Holston Cavaliers.Tags: Softball, Softball Player
BYU-Hawaii assistant boys basketball coach John Wardenburg, also a former member of Dave Rose’s staff at BYU, has accepted a position at Indian Hills Community College in Ottumwa, Iowa.
He’s gone to work as an assistant for Payson native Barret Peery, who Wardenburg coached during his senior year of high school.
Peery was hired in March to be the new head coach at Indian Hills after three years as an assistant coach at the University of Utah.
Prior to that, he coached for five years, three as head coach, at the College of Southern Idaho, a two-year school and perennial NJCAA national power in Twin Falls, Idaho.
“I feel very fortunate to have Coach coming here; he’ll be invaluable to me,” Peery said.Tags: Former, Former Payson
Which WAC program is happiest to see Boise State leave for greener pastures? Can we have a three-way tie? If so, in alphabetical order, it goes Fresno State, Hawaii and Nevada – one team that’s been stymied at every turn by the Broncos, another that tasted brief success in 2007 and a third that won the battle but lost the war a season ago. So who wins when Boise leaves for the Mountain West? Those three win, at least in 2011 – come 2012, it’ll be the same old days all over again, once the Bulldogs, Warriors and Wolf Pack rejoin the big, bad Broncos, recommencing the battle for second which defined the WAC over the last half-decade.
That’s a happy, optimistic little paragraph, isn’t it? And it takeTags: Forecasting Wac, Wac
It’s been more than a month since Tom Harding finally got his hands on that elusive trophy.
You know, the shiny gold one reserved for the top baseball team in the state.
The ultimate prize that every team sets out to attain when practice begins in March.
The luster hasn’t worn off the trophy and the smile hasn’t left Harding’s face.
His Honaker Tigers are the Virginia High School League Group A, Division 2 champions.
“It’s great,” Harding said. “No doubt about it. It’s a big, big thing. People are not over that yet. This has been a gTags: Harding Finally, State
The Secondary Six’s Twitter fiasco moves forward. Sadly, the Twitter Egg is gone, replaced by the conference name is giant blue letters. The conference tried to move forward by posting a link to their Facebook page, which of course was actually a link to the North Dakota Hockey Facebook page.
The good news is the Secondary Six was able to become a trending topic on Twitter immediately following the announcement, thanks in most part to everyone saying, “That’s seriously what they picked?” If only Twitter had existed back in the 1930′s so the Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei could have said, “At least we’re trending!”
The Secondary Six also started their first ever meme with the now-deleted “We are exciting to announce the formation of the NCHC.” An error North Dakota sports information director Jayson Hajdu blamed on North Dakota head coach Dave Hakstol mistyping.Tags: Secondary Six, Six