Bryant heads to Mount for NEC semi-final

SMITHFIELD, RI – The fourth-seeded Bryant University women’s lacrosse team look to give Mount St. Mary’s their first conference loss of the season as they travel to Emmitsburg on Wednesday, May 5 in 1 p.m. for the semi-finals of the Northeastern Conference. THE DETAILSOpponent: Mont Sainte-MarieLocation: Waldron Family Stadium (Emmitsburg, …

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Morgese offers Bryant to win series with shutout from CG

SMITHFIELD, RI – Vito Morgese had a shutout as the Bryant University baseball team beat Long Island University, 5-0, to win the Northeastern Conference Series. Morgese dispersed seven hits, three goals on goals and six strikeouts in the first full game of his career. He threw a career-high 113 shots …

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US para-archers now two-thirds of the way to Paralympic Games

Martha Chavez poses after stepping onto the podium at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games. Four US para-archers started the Paralympic qualifying process on the right foot with victories in stages 1 and 2 of the US Paralympic Team Trials for archery over the weekend in Newberry, Fla. Eric Bennett …

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Six of women’s tennis named All-NEC

SOMERSET, NJ – Six members of the Bryant University women’s tennis team were recognized with Northeastern Conference playoff honors on Friday afternoon. Ada Boru won the All-NEC First Team in Singles and joined the All-NEC First Team Doubles along with partner Leanne Kendall. Sarah Hickey and Arianna Oropeza took home …

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Why do the odds vary in online sports betting?

Sport is one of the most established habits of human beings. These exciting and organized challenges of sports expertise have been around for ages. Throughout the vast majority of this set of experiences, book making has existed with sports. As of now, sports betting is probably the most common pastime …

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Figure skaters make special delivery to Paralympian Tatyana McFadden

The U.S. figure skating team poses with a photo of Tatyana McFadden’s new carbon racing frame at an airport. Tatyana McFadden was getting anxious. His racing seat was broken and a replacement was stranded in Japan for six months due to pandemic restrictions on international shipping. Finally, his chair arrived …

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Kaut helps Bryant secure NEC playoff berth

SMITHFIELD, RI – The Bryant University women’s lacrosse team secured their ticket to the Northeastern Conference playoffs after a 12-11 thriller against Long Island University on Wednesday night. Freshman Kenna Kaut scored the game-winning goal with just over 30 seconds left, while senior Giana Kapoosuzian tied Bryant’s Division I in …

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Tuberville: ‘People should make a decision’ on lottery, legalization of gambling – Yellowhammer News

Tuberville: ‘People should make a decision’ on lottery, legalization of gambling US Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) held his weekly press appeal on Wednesday, discussing topics such as President Joe Biden’s so-called infrastructure proposal, the President’s ‘lean’ budget proposal for the fiscal year 2022 and the importance of protecting the filibuster …

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4 things we bet you didn’t know about para archery

Eric Bennett competes in the men’s ind. Recurve archery event. – Standing on Day 5 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Royal Artillery Barracks on September 3, 2012 in London, England. When the Paralympic Games were first held in Rome in 1960, archery was on the program. Since …

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Bryant split on Saturday DH with CCSU

NEW BRITAIN, Connecticut – Liam McGill scored twice and the Bryant University baseball team scored twice in the lead in Game 9 to win Game 1, 8-6, on Saturday afternoon. Center Connecticut won a doubles division with a 13-5 victory in Game 2. Bryant’s victory in Game 1 secured a …

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