Maine Black Bears

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    • NCAA Women's Championship 2017 Live Blog, Round 3

      NCAA Women's Championship 2017 Live Blog, Round 3

      Northwestern extended its lead to eight Sunday at the 2017 NCAA D-I Women’s Championship, but not without some drama. We are onto the final round of stroke play Monday at Rich Harvest Farms. The stroke-play portion has been reduced from 72 to 54 holes, with a straight cut from 24 to eight teams for match play Monday. There will be plenty of urgency on this day as 16 teams will see their seasons end. Want to keep track of all that’s happening on this hectic day? We have you covered with our live blog below! Follow along… How to follow the action: All times Eastern TELEVISION: Golf Channel (Monday, 4-8 p.m.; Tuesday, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. & 4-8 p.m.; Wednesday, 4-8 p.m.) ON GOLFWEEK: Tracker | All

    • Inaugural Gunrock Gala celebrates academic and athletics success

      Inaugural Gunrock Gala celebrates academic and athletics success

      May 21, 2017 DAVIS, Calif. - Junior guard Dani Nafekh, senior guard Brynton Lemar, and junior all-arounder Alexis Brown earned the top three individual UC Davis athletics awards during Sunday’s inaugural Gunrock Gala.  At this year-end celebration, Nafekh, a women’s basketball standout, won the W.P Lindley Award as the outstanding scholar-athlete of the year. Lemar, who played a vital role in men’s basketball’s inaugural appearance at the Division I NCAA Tournament, is this year’s Colby E. “Babe” Slater award recipient as the male athlete of the year. Brown, an elite gymnastics talent, collected the Dr. Hubert Heitman Award, which is presented to the female athlete of the year. Cross country

    • John Collins: 2017 Draft Prospect

      John Collins: 2017 Draft Prospect

      Height: 6-8 Weight: 225 Position: PF College: Wake Forest Age: 19 2016-2017 Season Stats PPG: 19.2 RPG: 9.8 APG: 0.5 BLK: 1.6 STL: 0.6 Player Bio Courtesy of Wake Forest Athletics OF NOTE Wake Forest's 15th All-American (first since 2009-10) and the program's first first-team All-ACC selection since 2004-05...2016-17 ACC Most Improved Player after increasing his scoring average by 11.9 points per game from his freshman season...Led the nation in Player Efficiency Rating in 2016-17...His streak of 12 consecutive 20-point games was the longest by a Demon Deacon in four decades 2016-17 SEASON (SOPHOMORE) 2nd Team Basketball Times All-American...First-Team All-ACC and ACC Most Improved Player...Two-time