Fort Wayne Mastodons

9th SUMM I | 5-22
    • Ha Na Jang moves up to No. 5 in women's rankings
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      Ha Na Jang moves up to No. 5 in women's rankings

      Ha Na Jang of South Korea is back at the No. 5 spot in the Women's World Golf Rankings released Tuesday after her 12th professional victory at last week's Women's Australian Open. Jang, 24, finished with a three-stroke lead over Denmark's Nanna Koerstz Madsen at 10-under 282 in Seaton, South Australia. She was previously ranked No. 5 after winning the 2016 HSBC Women's Champions. This marks Jang's third week ranked in the top five of her career. Since the start of 2016, Jang has four wins -- including two in her last six events on the LPGA Tour. She has the Tour's highest winning percentage (18.2 percent) during that span. Only Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn (five) has more wins since the start

    • Sit back and let the #NoBallChallenge take over your timeline
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      Sit back and let the #NoBallChallenge take over your timeline

      Could this be the first major teen challenge of 2017? We hope so. A group of students at Georgia's Nocross High School turned an unfortunate situation into potential viral glory with the creation of their new, very dumb, very fun #NoBallChallenge. When their coach took away their basketballs, a group of students decided their fun could not be stopped and continued to play without one.  And just like that, their perfect viral video was born. SEE ALSO: Teenage innovators are improving the bathroom selfie, one random object at a time We present to you, the #NoBallChallenge. They're playing basketball without a ball 😂 #NoBallChallenge (via @Tykolescout) pic.twitter.com/txn4fDanmO — Bleacher Report

    • Martin Jarmond Named to Sports Business Daily Journal's Forty Under 40 List
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      Martin Jarmond Named to Sports Business Daily Journal's Forty Under 40 List

      Feb. 22, 2017 COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State Deputy Athletic Director Martin Jarmond has been named to the Sports Business Daily Journal’s Forty Under 40 class of 2017. The annual award honors 40 of the most talented sports business professionals under the age of 40. Currently, in his role as Deputy Athletic Director, Chief of Staff, Jarmond oversees the internal and external business and development operations of the athletic department. He also serves as the Sport Administrator to the football, men's basketball, baseball, men's golf and women's golf teams.  Jarmond also represents the athletic department as a member of the Senior Management Council, the university leadership group that advises