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Cross Country To Open Season On Friday At EIU

first_imgCross Country To Open Season On Friday At EIU EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Cross country season officially begins on Friday as the University of Evansville travels to Charleston, Ill. for the Eastern Illinois University Walt Crawford Open.Set to take place at Tom Woodall Panther Trail, the women begin with a 4:45 p.m. race with the men taking the course at 5:30 p.m.Other schools running include: Southern Illinois, SIUE, Eastern Illinois along with McKendree University, Lincoln College, Danville Area CC, Kaskaskia College and Illinois Track & Cross Club.Evansville’s men are led by a pair of senior in Ross Frondorf and Ben Woolems.  Frondorf, a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, was the top finisher for the Purple Aces in four events last season.  His top time of the season came in the 8K Missouri Valley Conference Championship at the Angel Mounds Cross Country Course.Woolems, who is from Lincoln City, was UE’s top runner in three events last year.  His best time also came at the MVC Championship where he posted a time of 27:57.94.Siena Crews burst onto the scene as a freshman in 2015.  Crews was the top runner for the Evansville women in each race last season.  The highlight of her year came at the Austin Peay Cross Country Festival where she came home victorious in a time of 19:05.00.Junior Michelle Karp is also coming off of a strong campaign.  Karp lowered her 5K time in each event last year and set her PR in the MVC Championship, running a 19:32.83.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

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Five Things We Learned from Emma Watson & Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton/Harry Potter Gabfest

first_imgEmma Watson & Lin-Manuel Miranda Lin-Manuel Miranda Hamilton Related Shows Star Filescenter_img View Comments In case you pulled a Thomas Jefferson and missed a few things, Hermione Granger U.N. Ambassador Emma Watson and Hamilton headliner Lin-Manuel Miranda recently hung out.In honor of HeForShe Arts Week,  Beauty and the Beast’s next Belle and the ten-dollar founding father discussed the gargantuan Great White Way hit, Harry Potter, gender equality and more. They obviously had the best time ever—as did we watching them geek out over each other.Want a revelation? Here are five takeaways from the awesome interview.1. Hamilton Is Basically Harry Potter”Structurally, I steal a little bit from Harry Potter, I have to tell you,” Miranda told Watson. “Hamilton meets Aaron Burr. And he says, ‘Aaron Burr. Help me. I want to be in this world.’ And Burr gives him the opposite advice of who he is. And then [Hamilton] meets his real friends: Mulligan, Lafayette and Laurens. It’s exactly Harry Potter meeting Draco Malfoy [before Ron and Hermione].” Look around, look around! How lucky we are to be alive in a world where Hamilton and Harry Potter fandom can coexist.2. Emma Watson Can Snap Like a Schuyler SisterWatson references “The Schuyler Sisters” when asking Miranda about women’s limited role in the history books—and pulls off the sassy gesture, to Miranda’s delight. Watson told Miranda she’s “been hyped for four months straight” since she’s seen the enormously popular production. Werk!3. Lin-Manuel Miranda Is a FeministYep, Miranda answered Watson’s blunt question affirmatively. He also supports the idea of gender-blind casting. “I think there’s going to be so many lady Hamiltons once this thing is in schools and regional productions,” he said. “It’s gonna go gender-blind into the world.”4. Only ONE Hogwarts House Per PersonWhile it’s tempting to give a detailed explanation of why one belongs in both Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff, Miranda and Harry Potter’s Watson say that’s cheating. “None of this half this, half this. You have to live in one house,” Miranda said as the two sorted the characters of Hamilton. (The title character got Gryffindor, obvs.)5. Emma Watson Can BeatboxSign Watson up for that gender-blind Hamilton cast. She can dance and drop a beat. Perhaps Hermione will make that Broadway bow she’s been eyeing? We hope so, and we want Miranda to co-star. We can’t get enough of these two. from $149.00last_img read more

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RUGBY: Uganda beats Chile and Georgia, faces Germany in quarters

first_imgKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | After winning two of their three games on the opening day, Uganda Rugby Sevens take on fancied Germany in the World Series Qualifiers quarter-finals of the Hong Kong 7s on Saturday. 9 Jamaica31022667-415   Japan 7 April 2018 – 18:18 – Hong Kong Stadium Qualifier QuarterfinalsQualifier Semi-finalsQualifier Final Share on: WhatsApp  Georgia30032581-563 6 April 2018Uruguay 38–0 Cook Islands 7 April 2018 – 18:42 – Hong Kong Stadium 6 April 2018Papua New Guinea 22–21 Hong Kong 6 April 2018Japan 10–19 Chile 7 April 2018Chile 29–5 Georgia 6 April 2018Uruguay 22–5 Jamaica 6 April 2018Ireland 26–0 Jamaica   Hong Kong 6 April 2018Ireland 41–5 Cook Islands   Uganda 6 April 2018Japan 26–10 Georgia  Papua New Guinea31023974-355 PlTeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts 7 April 2018 – 19:26 – Hong Kong Stadium 1 Ireland33001035+989 Led by tries by Phillip Wokorach, Uganda beat Chile 14-10, beat Georgia 26-10 before falling to Japan 24-10. Against Georgia, Wokorach grabbed three tries while Solomon Okia one.The Uganda team will after the tournament fly to Gold Coast for the Commonwealth Games on April 9.Pool E 5 Uruguay32016041+197 7 April 2018Papua New Guinea 7–36 Germany Pool G   Zimbabwe  Uganda32015044+67 7 April 2018Hong Kong 19–14 Zimbabwe  Jamaica31022667-415 8 April 2018 – 12:32 – Hong Kong Stadium TeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts 8 Zimbabwe31023551-165 Knockout stage  Chile32015829+297 7 April 2018Jamaica 21–19 Cook Islands 6 April 2018Papua New Guinea 10–17 Zimbabwe 2 Germany33007726+519  Japan32016039+217 6 April 2018Germany 14–12 Hong Kong 3 Chile32015829+297 7 Uganda32015044+67  Zimbabwe31023551-165 TeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts   Ireland 6 Hong Kong31025250+25  Germany33007726+519 8 April 2018 – 12:54 – Hong Kong Stadium 4 Japan32016039+217 6 April 2018Uganda 14–10 Chile 11 Georgia30032581-563 10 Papua New Guinea31023974-355 Seating Table 6 April 2018Uganda 26–10 Georgia   Germany  Cook Islands300324100-763   Uruguay 7 April 2018Ireland 36–0 Uruguay  Uruguay32016041+197 8 April 2018 – 16:30 – Hong Kong Stadium TeamPldWDLPFPAPDPts 7 April 2018 – 19:04 – Hong Kong Stadium   Chile 12 Cook Islands300324100-763  Ireland33001035+989 7 April 2018Japan 24–10 Uganda 6 April 2018Germany 27–7 Zimbabwe Pool F  Hong Kong31025250+25last_img read more

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England Golf to support Parliamentary Golf Group

first_img The All-Party Parliamentary Golf Group has announced England Golf as a supporter. The Group, comprising Members of all major political parties and from both Houses of Parliament, has the singular remit to “support the sport of golf.” All-Party Parliamentary Groups do not receive any public funding and are reliant on supporters to enable activities. England Golf is the governing body for all amateur golf in England, representing over 1900 clubs with over 675,000 members. At the heart of grassroots golf, it’s development initiative ‘Get into golf’ introduces new golfers to the game, encouraging participation and lifelong involvement in the game. England Golf also provides business support to clubs to encourage more golfers to enjoy the benefits of club membership, and help promote the game as being accessible, fun and family friendly. Karl McCartney MP, Group Chairman and Member of Parliament for Lincoln, welcomed England Golf’s support. He said “I am pleased to announce that England Golf has agreed to support the All-Party Parliamentary Golf Group. England Golf do a lot of excellent work to encourage participation in the sport, and I hope that with their support, the Group can promote golf as a sport for all.” Nick Pink, Chief Executive of England Golf, commented “we are delighted to support the Parliamentary Golf Group, and look forward to working closely with Members as they seek to support golf at all levels. England Golf works hard to promote grassroots opportunities to play the sport, but challenges remain, and I hope that the Group will be able to help tackle these and ensure a bright future for golf.” For more information on APPG Golf visit their website. 9 May 2016 England Golf to support Parliamentary Golf Group last_img read more

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