first_imgThe University of Vermont rose 10 places to 82 in the 2014 U.S. News & World Report college rankings. UVM was also ranked 34th among 173 public universities and 14th on the magazine’s “Up-and-Coming-Schools” list. Up-and-coming schools are those “making the most promising and innovative changes in the areas of academics, faculty and student life,” the magazine says. The schools were selected based on the number of nominations they received from top college officials in their ranking peer group.”We’re pleased to have risen ten spots among national universities in U.S. News & World Reports’ latest rankings,” said UVM president Tom Sullivan. “The reason for the rise, largely, is an improvement in the university’s graduation rate, where the university shines, especially compared with other publics. It’s also gratifying to be on the magazine’s ‘Up & Coming Schools’ list, since that designation comes from our peers at other national universities who have noticed the great strides UVM has made recently and over the last decade.” UVM 9.10.2013last_img read more

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first_img Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook See also:Drinkwater and Moses not in Sarri’s plansLoftus-Cheek told door will stay open to Crystal Palace moveTwo more for Morata as Chelsea see off PalaceChelsea v Palace player ratings Maurizio Sarri praised Alvaro Morata after the striker continued his purple patch by scoring twice in Chelsea’s 3-1 win against Crystal Palace.Having struggled for much of his time at Stamford Bridge, Morata has now scored five goals in his last six appearances for the Blues.AdChoices广告And boss Sarri believes the Spaniard has now turned the corner.“I think so. Alvaro improved in the last month,” Sarri said.“He has improved in his confidence and his personality. He also improved from a technical point of view and now he is able to play more with the team.“I think also that Alvaro has very great potential, so I think he can improve more.”Sarri added that Morata needs to see that “goals are a consequence” and that his priority should be working hard for the team.Asked if he felt Morata tends to overthink in front of goal, Sarri said: “He’s a little bit fragile from a mental point of view but he is very young and can improve.”The win maintained Chelsea’s unbeaten start under Sarri and took them above Liverpool into second place, two points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City.last_img read more

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first_imgSteve Baker (2nd left) with Graeme Dunn (left), Colm O’Donovan (far right) and Phil Davies.PSC Golf from the Pattaya Links Golf SocietyMonday, July 23, Laem Chabang – StablefordA Flight1st Paul Smith (2) 38pts 2nd Pete Seil (6) 37pts3rd Kevin McEntee (7) 37pts4th John Pierrel (12) 35ptsB Flight1st Wayne Peppernell (16) 38pts2nd Maurice Roberts (14) 35pts3rd Kazunoyi Okamoto (16) 33pts4th John Carling (19) 33ptsC Flight1st Masayuki Okada (22) 37pts2nd Masaaki Sugaya (24) 32pts3rd Len Jones (27) 28pts4th Paul Garvie (24) 27ptsMonday saw the society continue its low season golf odyssey at Laem Chabang and again found the course (B & C nines) in superb condition.The forty-plus field teed off in twelve groups in hot and sultry conditions and good scores were at a premium for the three flights, cut at twelve and nineteen and a mere few managed to do better than net par on the day.In the third flight, fourth place went to Paul Garvie with 27 points, one behind Len Jones’ 28 points. Runner up was Masaaki Sugaya with 32 points and the winner was his fellow countryman Masayuki Okada with 37 points.In the second flight fourth place went to John Carling with 33 points, losing third to Kazunoyi Okamoto on countback. Second place went to Maurice Roberts with 35 points, twenty of which were recorded on the extremely tough C nine. The flight winner was Wayne Peppernell with an excellent 37 points.In the top flight John Pierrel found himself in fourth place with 35 points, a couple behind Kevin McEntee and Pete Seil, with the latter taking second on countback. The best score of the day was reserved for Paul Smith whose gross 72 would have ranked in the top twenty a day earlier in the final round of the Singha Thai tournament on the same course.Near pins went to Kevin Rogers (B5), Paul Smith (B8), Mick Alleyne (C5) and Pete Seil (C8) whilst the consolation brace went to Michael Olah for his best front nine of 21 points and Matt Cronin’s 17 points on the back nine.Wednesday, July 25, Royal Lakeside – Stableford1st Steve Baker (19) 41pts2nd Petr Petursson (6) 40pts3rd Maurice Roberts (14) 38pts4th Alan Walker (28) 37ptsTwenty-two golfers made the trip to Royal Lakeside and eighteen of them played in the comp.Steve Baker and Petr Petursson finished the day in first and second places, both with great scores of 41 and 40 points respectively. In third place was Maurice Roberts with 38 points, while the “Rev”, Alan Walker, defied age to score 37 points for fourth spot.The near pins were won by Steve Baker (3), Colm O’Donovan (6), Phil Davies (12), and Maurice Roberts (15)Consolations nines went to Stuart Brown (front, 25pts) and Ray Byron (back, 19pts).Friday, July.27, Pattavia – StablefordA Flight1st Pete Seil (6) 41pts2nd Stuart Thompson (16) 38pts3rd Masao Ishikanwa (16) 38pts4th Maurice Roberts (14) 37ptsB Flight1st Greg Proctor (22) 40pts2nd Colm O’Donovan (19) 38pts3rd Alan Walker (28) 31pts4th Mike Tottenham(21) 30ptsPattavia Century played host to our twenty seven avid golfers today and this course turned it on and the greens were just right – not too fast and not too slow.Two thirds of the field scored 30 points or better, for a field average of 32 points and that average was helped by a magnificent 41 points from Pete Seil off his handicap of #6 (gross73).Stuart Thompson’s nice steady round of 38 points saw him take second spot on a count-back from Masao Ishikawa, while Maurice Roberts had a credible 35 points to round out “A” flight.Greg Proctor carded a big 40 points to relegate Colm O’Donovan to second place in “B” flight. Then there was a big gap to third placed Alan Walker with 31 points and Mike Tottenham in fourth with 30.Four near pins went to Pete Seil (4), Simon Niven (7 and 17), and Bob Stokes (13).Consolations best nine prizes went to Phil Davies (front, 19pts) and Wayne Peppernell (back, 19pts).last_img read more

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first_imgCurrent Cameroon assistant coach Patrick Kluivert told Sport 360 in an interview that he admires PSG striker Kylian Mbappe, who for him is the best goalscorer in the world today. Kluivert: “Actualmente Mbappé es el mejor goleador del mundo” Upd. on 07/02/2019 at 11:08 CET 06/02/2019 “For me (Mbappe) is the best current goalscorer,” said Kluivert, picking him above Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Mbappe is the youngest player to score eight Champions League goals, at 18 years and nine months, a number that it took Messi until the age of 20 and seven months to reach. This season Mbappe has 18 in the French league and three in the Champions League.center_img “70 per cent of it is natural instinct, 30 per cent is the rest of it that you have to learn, the way you move on the pitch, where you ask for the ball and your communication with your team-mates,” said the ex Ajax, Milan, Barca and PSG forward.  Sport EN IN SPORT.ESlast_img read more

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first_imgLes entraînements reprenaient officiellement ce lundi au sein du plus luxembourgeois des clubs belges, l’Excelsior Virton. Par ailleurs, il est confirmé qu’Erwin Bradasch, l’adjoint de Dino Toppmöller à Dudelange, continuerait à l’être à Virton. C’est d’ailleurs lui qui était à la baguette ce week-end, Toppmöller étant retenu à l’Euro espoirs en Italie, dans le cadre de sa licence pro. Confirmation ce lundi à l’entraînement ? Ces arrivées seraient tout sauf une surprise dans la mesure où cela fait des semaines qu’ils sont annoncés en Gaume. Partager Mais des tests physiques avaient déjà lieu vendredi et samedi. Et ceux-ci ont permis de constater que «selon les présences ce samedi, lors des tests, et les noms qui figurent sur la liste détaillant le noyau virtonais, vont (ou devraient probablement) encore débarquer les Dudelangeois Jerry Prempeh, Edisson Jordanov, Clément Couturier, Stelvio Cruz et Dave Turpel» comme l’écrivaient ce week-end nos confrères belges de L’Avenir Luxembourg sur leur site internet. LQ Enfin, Jay Schoffner, l’ex-adjoint américain de Luc Holtz à la tête des Roud Léiwen, ferait office de deuxième adjoint.last_img read more

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first_imgEn match avancé de la 10e journée de BGL Ligue, le Progrès Niederkorn n’est pas parvenu ce samedi à vaincre Strassen. Score final : 0-0.Tous ceux qui s’attendaient à voir le Progrès ne faire qu’une bouchée de cette équipe de Strassen en sont restés pour leurs frais. Les Niederkornois ont ainsi raté une occasion en or de retrouver la première place de la DN. Et pourrait même  retomber à la troisième place si le Fola l’emporte ce dimanche.Sur ce match face à Strassen, le Progrès peut s’en vouloir car tout au long des 90 minutes, il a obtenu assez d’occasions pour remporter cette rencontre. Mais le manque de réussite et les inspirations de Ralph Schon dans les cages strassenoises ont eu raison de ce Progrès. Roland Vrabec doit s’en mordre les doigts. La meilleure attaque du championnat n’a pas réussi à déstabiliser cette équipe de Strassen qui y a été avec ses tripes. La fiche techniqueStade Jos Haupert. Pelouse en bon état. Arbitrage de M. Sgura assisté de MM. Tavares et Mentz.Cartons jaunes : Vogel (24e), Ferino (50e), De Almeida (68e), Shala (86e), Mmaee (88e) et Skenderovic (89e) au Progrès ; Siebenaler (11e), Mastrangelo (39e), Szimayer (50e), A. Agovic (68e) et Zilli (84e) à Strassen.Progrès: Flauss – Laterza (37e Karayer), Ferino, Skenderovic, Bastos – Vogel, Silaj – Thill, Tekiela, De Almeida (72e Mmaee) – Françoise (77e Shala).Strassen: Schon – Mastrangelo, Siebenaler, D. Agovic, Zilli – Runser (78e Lopes), Lahyani, Payal, Delgado (69e Stulin) – Lourenço – Szimayer. Partagercenter_img Jessy Ferreiralast_img read more

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first_imgSamedi 16 heures, stade Nosbaum Stolz est bien làTouché au mollet lors du match d’Europa League face à Nicosie, Dominik Stolz était annoncé douteux pour ce rendez-vous face à Mondorf. Il est finalement au poste, tout comme l’ensemble de ses équipiers habituels. À la traîne en championnat, potentiellement à 14 points du leader et à 9 du podium, le F91 abat une carte importante face à Mondorf dans l’optique d’une qualification européenne.Flavio Becca a beau avoir glissé dans ces colonnes en ce début de semaine qu’à ses yeux, le titre en BGL Ligue était «encore possible» pour Dudelange, la vérité des chiffres fait quand même mal aux sympathisants et suiveurs du F91. Alors que la mi-saison pointe le bout de son nez, en championnat, le quadruple champion en titre est largué à 11 points du leader pétangeois, 7 du Progrès Niedekorn et 6 du Fola Esch. Un écart qui peut encore grandir au gré du match en retard de ces trois clubs (Pétange – Progrès et Mondorf – Fola qui seront joués mercredi). Et voir le F91 à 9 unités du podium à la trêve est totalement envisageable. Sans oublier Differdange, toujours intercalé entre ce fameux podium et lui, trois petites unités devant.L’an dernier, ils avaient pris 10 points au Fola Forcément, dans les rangs dudelangeois, on se raccroche à d’autres chiffres. Ceux de la saison dernière. Et à la deuxième partie de saison tonitruante des joueurs de Dino Toppmöller qui, avec un beau 30 points sur 39 lors de matches retour, avaient terminé champions en surclassement malgré un début de campagne largement plombé par l’Europa League. Entre février et mars, ils avaient ainsi pris 10 points au Fola ou 12 à un Progrès qui ne semblait pas aussi costaud et stable qu’aujourd’hui.Si la mission ne paraît donc pas impossible, elle s’annonce tout de même périlleuse. Surtout que si le F91 actuel apparaît comme une machine de mieux en mieux rodée, elle ne semble tout de même pas atteindre les mêmes standards que celui de la saison dernière.Du coup, comment ne pas penser que le club dudelangeois abattra dès samedi une carte importante dans l’optique de ne pas stopper une série de qualifications européennes consécutives ininterrompue depuis 1999. «On le sait, la Coupe, c’est le chemin le plus direct vers l’Europa League. Quatre victoires suffisent», rappelle un Bertrand Crasson qui, s’il n’est là que depuis moins de trois mois, a sans doute déjà appris que la quatrième place en championnat peut aussi donner droit à l’Europe. Pour autant que la Coupe soit remportée par un membre du trio de tête. Pétange ayant déjà été éliminé par le Fola, il faudrait alors compter, en cas d’élimination, sur ces mêmes Eschois ou le Progrès. Or, quand on sait qu’aucun de ces deux clubs n’est parvenu à soulever ce trophée depuis plus de 40 ans, il est préférable de ne compter que sur soi-même.«On peut forcément trouver des raisons de tout voir de manière plus sombre, mais moi, je reste positif et optimiste», relance l’ancien défenseur international belge. «Certes, la Coupe est une compétition pleine d’incertitude et on a du retard en championnat. Mais on possède les qualités et les capacités d’accrocher quelque chose. Et d’atteindre nos objectifs coûte que coûte. Et cette Coupe en fait partie. Et on va l’aborder ce week-end avec l’esprit d’un prétendant au trophée. C’est un match où il n’y aura pas de place pour le relâchement.»D’autant plus que l’équipe de Mondorf qui se présentera samedi au Jos-Nosbaum avait plutôt fait bonne impression à l’ancien Anderlechtois lors de sa défaite 3-1 dans ces mêmes installations en octobre dernier. «Le score était trompeur. Ils nous avaient posé des problèmes et, dans le jeu, ils avaient de vraies intentions.» On se souvient même que si Patrick Stumpf n’avait pas manqué une occasion cinq étoiles à 2-0, le match aurait pu tourner de manière bien différente… «Mondorf va revenir ici en n’ayant rien à perdre. J’ai prévenu mes joueurs. Ils savent à quoi s’attendre!»Julien Carette Partagerlast_img read more

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first_imgIf the President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), Wayne Forde, delivers on implementing development programmes over the years and remains in check to do the best for football, then it is possible that the sport could become Guyana’s number one sport.In addition there must be respect for positive contributions from opposition patterns set aside so football could get to the summit of all sports in Guyana.However, it is easier said than done but it is not an inconceivable or impossible task. With strict regulations and governance reform then it is imminent.It was reported in the media, ahead of the launch of the GFF-Pele Alumni Frank Watson Intra-Association U-15 Tournament that the GFF boss said that football will become the most successful and popular sport in Guyana as reform and development programmes bear fruit in coming years.The reports further stated that with increased funding from world governing body FIFA and a stable administration in place, the GFF is working to lay a sustainable foundation for football across Guyana through grassroots and youth development, as well as strict regulations and governance reform.Guyana’s Under-15 league is part of the GFF’s strategic plan to have consistent football played at every level. At the local level there are now two commercial partners that will ensure that football is played at the under-15 and under-17 year round for the next five years. In the recent history of Guyana there was no other period in Guyana’s football where there were commercial relationships that ensured that structured age specific football is played all year round in every association.At Tuesday’s launch of the tournament, the public also heard that in a matter of weeks the GFF will be announcing a similar nationwide Under-13 League and there after a Under-20 league. This is all part of a bigger plan being implemented. Notably, the academy training centre is one of the most important components of football development in Guyana. These Leagues will feed players into those academies; the U13s, U15s, U17s and U20s will feed players into the academy.According to the President, the GFF is already seeing results from the work that they have been doing at the youth level. One of these successes was a mere weeks ago when the Guyana Golden Jaguars U-17 team did exceptionally well in a tournament in Martinique to the extent that prevailed over the Region’s powerhouse Haiti 3-1.These fresh implementations and drive to develop the sport here is commendable; however, there must not be an ‘overkill’ of tournaments without proper structure or ‘real development’.At present football is regarded as the second most popular sport here behind the gentleman’s game; cricket.However, if the infamous governing Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) continues to hammer cricket into the ground and the public’s interest is shifted, then Forde’s dream will be manifested very soon.There seems to be a lot of potential development in and around football, one of it being the playing of more tournaments, especially youth competitions.In contrast to football’s recent strides, the view of every cricket match or tournament organised by the GCB, there is poor structure. The GCB/Dave West Indian Imports Inter-County U-15 tournament is underway and prior to the tournament, the Demerara team only had one practice session at the Ogle Ground.Preceding the inter-county tournament, the GCB – since there is no functioning Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) – was tasked with organising the Demerara inter-association tourney. The Georgetown team for the tournament was selected from a meeting the afternoon before the tournament. Locally, cricket has been stagnant and while some other sports; lawn tennis, volleyball and motor-racing have progressed over the years, those sports do not possess the scope like cricket and football.In addition, football here seems to be gaining positive attention from the world governing body FIFA.There might be several challenges that may prevent football from progressing rapidly but once the intentions are good and have a supportive and industrious team, then brighter days loom for football and the possibility of the sport emerging to the number one spot in Guyana is not impossible.last_img read more

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first_imgShare This!This is a big weekend for me! I am heading to my very first non-domestic Disney park! Yep, I am flying across the pond to visit London, as well as Paris for the first time and you knew I had to make a stop at Disneyland Paris, right? I’m super excited and really can’t believe it’s happening all rolled into one.This week, see which movie franchises of Fox’s that Disney plans to keep, take an in-depth look at why Dumbo may not have performed as well as Disney hoped, and more.In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and RumorsIf you have eaten at Earl of Sandwich, Chicken Guy or Planet Hollywood lately, you may want to check your credit card statements.Congratulations to the team at Captain Marvel. The film has reached the $1 Billion mark!Dumbo kind of missed the mark and the Washington Post looks at why that may have happened and if Disney should be concerned about its other remakes. Did you see the film? What did you think?Disney plans to keep a few of the Fox franchises alive – namely Planet of the Apes, Kingsman, Avatar, Alien, and the Maze Runner movies. Are you excited to see any of these franchises continue?Apparently the upcoming “live action” version of The Lion King is dazzling.Oh my gosh, I love this. Learn how to make a Little Mermaid-inspired wreath.In Case We Missed ItWhat did we miss? Attach your ideas to a Lego Steamboat Willie set and send it to [email protected] with the words “In Case You Missed It” in the subject line.last_img read more

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