Syracuse drops final regular season game to Robert Morris, 4-2

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ It took 100 minutes and 21 seconds for Syracuse to find the back of the net this weekend against Robert Morris. And by the time it did, the Colonials were already cruising to their third blowout victory against the Orange this season.SU (10-21-3, 10-8-2 College Hockey America) conceded three second-period goals to RMU (15-13-6, 13-4-3) and never recovered, falling 4-2 in Colonials Arena on Saturday afternoon in its last regular season game of the season. The Colonials had already clinched the top spot in CHA on Friday, and they handed the Orange their second straight loss heading into the CHA Tournament starting next Wednesday.A scoreless first period saw SU create more chances toward the net. The Orange outshot the Colonials 12-4 in the frame and had 26 total shot attempts to just nine by RMU. In the second, Syracuse again had more shots, but Robert Morris struck thrice.Caitlyn Sadowy opened the scoring 3:20 into the middle frame. Then Leah Marino made it 2-0 just over halfway through the period. With under two minutes before the second intermission, Janey Sandoval added another RMU marker.On Friday, SU head coach Paul Flanagan pulled his starting goalie Ady Cohen after two periods because she gave up four goals on 19 shots. This time, Flanagan kept his starter, Maddi Welch, in for the third period. The senior made just 13 saves on 17 shots.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse kept hopes of a comeback alive with an early goal in the final frame. A puck from below the goal line came to Savannah Rennie on top of the crease, and she hacked at it. RMU goalie Lauren Bailey made the initial stop, but the rebound looped high in the air and landed behind her in the crease where Kristen Siermachesky jammed it home. The junior defender returned from an upper-body injury this weekend and tallied her first career goal in her 62nd game.The game settled into a lull with chances for both sides before Marino capitalized on a neutral zone turnover. She beat Logan Hicks, who started the season as a forward, for speed and roofed a wrist shot over Welch’s right shoulder, re-establishing RMU’s three-goal lead.Another Syracuse player, Amanda Backebo, earned her first career goal in her 84th game with the Orange. Victoria Klimek’s initial shot was kicked right to Backebo cutting in on the other side, and the goalie dove but couldn’t reach Backebo’s shot. It cut the lead to 4-2, which would remain for the rest of the game.Syracuse heads to the CHA Tournament as the No. 3 seed and is locked in to play against No. 6 seed Lindenwood on Wednesday at the Harborcenter in Buffalo with the time yet to be decided. The first quarterfinal starts at 4:30 p.m., and the second begins at 7:30 p.m. The Orange won’t face RMU again unless both teams make the championship game next Friday. Comments Published on March 2, 2019 at 6:38 pm Contact Arabdho: | @aromajumder last_img read more

Ronaldinho declares about his entry to Paraguay with a false passport

first_imgThe documents were in the name of Ronaldo de Assis Moreira and Roberto de Assis Moreira. The former Barcelona player and his brother arrived on Wednesday afternoon at the international airport of Asunción and passed all the controls without problems.Interior Ministry sources told the media that the Identification Department informed Migrations that passports were not registered in the system, so there is an open investigation.According to the Prosecutor’s Office, the two brothers declared that they went to Asunción invited by Nelson Belotti, owner of the Il Palazzo casino. They also mentioned that the former footballer had planned to present on Thursday in Asunción the free medical assistance program “Mobile health of girls and boys”, a mobile mobile care for children in Paraguay that is being carried out by a charitable foundation. In that event Ronaldinho was also going to present his book “Genius of life”. Ronaldinho Gaúcho and his brother Roberto were transferred this Thursday to the Prosecutor’s Office to give a statement about their entry into Paraguay with alleged false passports, after spending the night in police custody at the hotel where they were staying.Both were led to testify to the Organized Crime Department, of the Public Ministry, from the Hotel Resort Yacht and Golf Club Paraguayo, in the city of Lambaré, outside Asunción, where on Thursday the former player planned to present a charity project.Prosecutors appeared in the hotel last night and seized the passports of the two brothers and arrested a Brazilian who was with them, and who had allegedly provided them with the documents.last_img read more

Cabinet Reviews Performance of Agriculture Sector, Community Engagement Forum, Mandates Key Decisions

first_imgAn Executive Mansion release reports that the Cabinet yesterday carefully reviewed the performance of its Agriculture and Agro-processing Task Force with emphasis on highlighting the most critical challenges to agricultural concessions and tree crop sectors with a view to finding solutions. The Cabinet mandated further review of the community engagement forum implementation agenda and solicited inputs on corrective actions from members.The agriculture and agro-processing sectors underscored the potential for creating new jobs and improved livelihoods through agriculture value chain and manufacturing with emphasis on oil palm, cocoa, fisheries, aquaculture and rice production amid challenges faced in the iron and rubber sectors.According to the release, cabinet received updates on the status of the Outgrower Program for Community Oil Palm and advanced steps for the government to continue the Outgrower program in a socially, economically and environmentally sustainable way. Progress has been recorded on the outgrower model development with multi-stakeholder alignment. The Cabinet was also briefed on benefits to be accrued from the Outgrower Scheme that would lead to empowering rural communities with land and high value crop ownership and skills, bring additional and near term revenues to government and will send strong signals to national and international communities on forest conservation and economic empowerment.Meanwhile, Cabinet also reviewed a proposal for its aggressive community engagement forum aimed at using various channels to communicate progress made, existing challenges and realistic targets set for implementation. The overall objective of the community engagement forum was to bring members of the Cabinet face-to-face with various socialinstitutions and ordinary Liberians to engage openly and dialogue on where we were and where we are to date. The Cabinet members were subsequently briefed on the arrival in country of the contractors that will demobilize the existing Defense Ministry structure that will pave the way for the construction of the Ministerial Complex in Congo Town outside Monrovia. Cabinet has mandated detailed consultations and increased contributions to ensure an inclusive participation in the community engagement forum process. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Enterprise Startup Young Guns Keep Growing

first_imgEnterprise startup growth shows that even the biggest and most lucrative target markets are up for grabs. Make sure you’re ready to take advantage of this new reality.enterprise startupThanks to “growing confidence in the cloud, the falling cost of hosting, the rise of mobile technology and consumerization,” Ingrid Lunden of TechCrunch says, the enterprise startup is able “not only to get [its] foot in the door with large enterprises but also win lucrative business.”Once seen as too small and too risky, the enterprise startup benefits from “trends among employees to bring their own devices into work,” along with “a generational change also happening at the higher, decision-making level, which is seeing more risk-taking getting introduced.” Add to all of that the natural ability of the enterprise startup to adapt quickly to what big companies need, and the traditional players in the enterprise technology space had better be looking over their shoulders.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more