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first_img Aimee Paterson carded an 84 in the first round of the NCAA Super Regional (photo by Jim Hogue)  LAKELAND, Fla. – The long, 6,149 yard Lone Palm Golf Club track proved troublesome for the No. 12 West Florida women’s golf team on the first day of the NCAA South Super Regional Sunday, sitting ninth overall heading into the second round.The 2013 Gulf South Conference Player of the Year Camila Sevillano (Cali, Colombia/La Arboleda) was the only Argonaut to break 80 for the day by turning in a five-over-par 77 and is tied for 14th overall. The sophomore made the turn at four-over and used back-to-back birdies on 11 and 12 to regain some ground before carding three bogeys over the final five holes. West Florida combined for 325 to sit 16 strokes out of the top-five and five strokes behind eighth place No. 14 Newberry. Just seven strokes separate four-time defending national champion No. 1 Nova Southeastern (298) from the next three teams, including second place No. 6 Florida Southern (300) and third place No. 15 Armstrong Atlantic (301). Armstrong Atlantic’s Kristen Sammarco holds the individual lead after firing a two-under-par 70. Linnea Johansson from Nova Southeastern joined Sammarco as the only two competitors to card subpar rounds to sit second with 71. Elin Olsson (Mantorp, Sweden/Bildningscentrum Facetten) the 2013 GSC Freshman of the Year, got off to a rough start with three double bogeys over the first nine holes to shoot 82 and tie for 37th with teammate Daisy-May Kenny (Purley, England/Woodcote HS), who besides Sevillano was the only Argonaut to card a birdie for the round. Aimee Paterson (Sherfield on Loddon, England/Queen Mary’s) is two strokes back tied for 42nd with 84, while Luisa Villar Urquiza (Buenos Aires, Argentina/Saint Mary of the Hills School) completes the lineup tied for 44th with 85.The second round of the 54-hole event commences tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. ET, with West Florida’s tee times beginning at 8:20 a.m. ET. For information on all UWF athletics, visit #ARGOS#1   Nova Southeastern      2982   Florida Southern       3003   Armstrong Atlantic     3014   Lynn                   3055   Rollins College        3096   Barry                  3127   Florida Tech           3188   Newberry College       3209   West Florida           325T14 Camila Sevillano       77T37 Elin Olsson            82T37 Daisy-May Kenny        82T42 Aimee Paterson         84T44 Luisa Villar Urquiza   85Print Friendly Version UWF women’s golf struggles in first round of NCAA Super Regionalcenter_img Sharelast_img read more

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first_img WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US Also Read | Astros Apology: Owner Jim Crane, Players Alex Bregman And Jose Altuve Apologize For Astros Sign-Stealing Scandal Last Updated: 21st February, 2020 15:07 IST Astros Sign-stealing Scandal: Little League Teams Dropping ‘Astros’ From Team Name Astros sign-stealing scandal: Several local Little Leagues across the country have started to cease their association to the Astros by banning their team name. Also Read | Mike Trout ‘lost Respect’ For Players After Astros Sign-stealing ScandalAstros sign-stealing scandal: Little Leagues across country ban use of ‘Astros’Several local Little Leagues across the country have reportedly started to cease their association to the Houston Astros. Reports in the US suggest several Little Leagues have started to ban the use of ‘Astros’ in their team names. District Administrator for District 16/31 Little League in Pennsylvania, Bob Bertoni spoke to CNN, where he addressed the Astros sign-stealing scandal stating he has recommended that all 23 of his district presidents drop the name Astros from their team rosters. Bertoni noted that he made the tough call in order to protect the young players from being embarrassed or ridiculed for just wearing ‘Astros’ team name. He further added that Astros’ actions go against their league pledge, which states, “I will play fair and strive to win.”Two Little Leagues in Southern California have also reportedly banned the use of ‘Astros’ in their team names. Central Amherst Little League in Buffalo, New York have also followed suit. One of their officials was quoted saying “We just felt like the Astros didn’t deserve to have their name on the shirts of our little kids.”Also Read | Mark Cuban On Astros Sign-stealing Scandal: “I’m Thankful They Didn’t Let Me Buy A Team”Astros sign-stealing scandal: A scar forever for MLBMLB’s investigation over Astros sign-stealing scandal stated the organisation devised ‘a player-driven’ system where they used illegal electronic devices to steal an opponent sign. It reported that MLB found Astros guilty of sign-stealing during their 2017 World Series-winning campaign and also the following season. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred subsequently handed Astros a $5 million fine while suspending former Astros GM Jeff Luhnow, manager A.J. Hinch and assistant GM Brandon Taubman for a year. However, players were not handed any punishment for their co-operation in the investigation. Also Read | LeBron James ‘infuriated’ Over Houston Astros Sign-stealing Scandal Ahead Of MLB SeasonAstros sign-stealing scandal: Astros apology and further outrageRecently, Houston Astros held a press conference where Astros owner Jim Crane, manager Dusty Baker and players Alex Bregman and Jose Altuve issued an apology for their scandal. However, since then several players like Cody Bellinger, Yu Darvish and Mike Trout have come forward to criticise the franchise and Rob Manfred while claiming Astros should be stripped off their 2017 World Series title.   Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal has had a damaging effect on MLB ahead of the upcoming season. Despite Astros finally issuing an official complaint, the outrage against their actions is increasing with every passing week. While MLB is trying to deal with the allegations in its own way, now it appears as if even the lower leagues have started to condemn Astros for cheating. Sujay Chakraborty center_img First Published: 21st February, 2020 15:07 IST COMMENT Written By LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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