first_imgFour-star Class of 2016 safety Eric Burrell included Syracuse in his top five schools on Sunday night.Duke, Nebraska, Wisconsin and Boston College round out Burrell’s top five.Thank you to all the coaches that have recruited me ? pic.twitter.com/cBKVn7CJNR— Eric burrell (@EricBurrell_) September 21, 2015The 5-foot-11, 170-pound McDonough (Maryland) High School product is ranked as the 16th-best safety in the class by 247Sports.com’s composite rankings. He plans to make his announcement in a few months.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textClass of 2016 safeties Will Harper and Scoop Bradshaw have verballed to the Orange. SU’s current roster includes six safeties in their first two seasons. Comments Published on September 20, 2015 at 10:33 pm Contact Paul: pmschwed@syr.edu | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+last_img

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first_imgEdinson Cavani inflicted more misery on Monaco and their manager Thierry Henry last night with a hat-trick to send Paris St-Germain 13 points clear in Ligue 1.Henry’s struggling side were totally outclassed by the French champions as Cavani scored the first three goals.Neymar added the fourth from the penalty spot as Monaco suffered a second successive 4-0 defeat. Henry’s side have won just one league game all season and are second bottom – five points from safety.Cavani opened the scoring from PSG’s first meaningful attack – the Uruguay forward tapping home Neymar’s pass – before doubling the lead with another close-range finish.Both goals were awarded after a short delay while they were reviewed by the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).Former Napoli player Cavani completed his hat-trick after half-time before Neymar’s penalty – after Kylian Mbappe was fouled by Djibril Sidibe – completed the rout.It could have been worse for Monaco but Julian Draxler and Mbappe had efforts disallowed.Monaco, eliminated from the Champions League after they were thrashed by Club Brugge last week, face fellow strugglers Caen following the international break on 24 November.portsShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img

first_imgREAD | Now NFL Rushing Leader, Derrick Henry His Own Worst CriticAfter recovering from a back injury, which marred her progress in 2018, Chanu has constantly improved her performance in 2019. She lifted 86kg in snatch and a personal best of 113kg in clean and jerk for a total of 199kg at the Asian Championships in April last year to miss the bronze medal by a whisker. Her best performance came at the World championship in September, when the Manipuri breached the much anticipated 200kg mark by lifting her personal best in all three sections. In snatch, she lifted 87kg, followed by 114kg in clean and jerk for a total of 201kg. However, Chanu ended the year on a bittersweet note as she won gold at the Qatar International Cup – an Olympic qualifying silver level event — but her effort of 194kg was way below her personal best.The latest qualifying rankings feature three Chinese weightlifters in the top five. Reigning World Champion and world record holder Hou Zhihui (4703.1982) heads the list while Jiang Huihua (4667.8878) and Zhang Rong (3837.8294) occupy the second and fourth spots respectively. However, only one of the three Chinese lifters will compete at the Olympics as a nation can send no more than one athlete each per weight category. Ri Song Gum of North Korea is placed third with 4209.4909 points.READ | Cincinnati And Boston College Set For Birmingham BowlThe fifth, sixth and seventh spots are occupied by USA’s Delacruz Jourdan Elizabeth (184kg), Indonesia’s Aisah Windy Cantika (190kg) and Segura Ana Iris (188kg) of Colombia. All three of them alongside Rong (199kg) have personal bests lower than that of Chanu’s (201kg). In the men’s 67kg category, Youth Olympics gold medallist Jeremy Lalrinnunga is placed 32nd with 2,310.9653 points.READ | AAI Elections To Be Held On January 18 In Delhi WATCH US LIVE SUBSCRIBE TO US FOLLOW US On course to seal a berth for the Tokyo Games, former world champion Mirabai Chanu maintained her eighth spot in the  Olympic qualifiers ranking list released by the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) on Thursday. In the race for Olympic qualification, the 25-year-old, who competes in the 49kg category, has gathered 2966.6406 ranking points till now. To qualify for Tokyo, a weightlifter must compete in at least one event in each of the three periods of six months (spread over November 2018 to April 2020), at least six events overall and in at least one gold and silver level event.READ | Jason Garrett’s Future Clouded In Doubt, But Jerry Jones Could Be Letting Him Down EasyMirabai Chanu ranked eighth Written By “The ranking points are based on the number of events a lifter participates in and Mirabai has missed a few competitions, including the World Championship in 2018, due to her back injury,” National coach Vijay Sharma told PTI.”But being eighth now is not a problem as after the final rankings list is made in April and the best results will be taken into account,” he added.center_img LIVE TV Last Updated: 2nd January, 2020 14:03 IST Mirabai Chanu Ranked Eighth In Latest Olympic Qualification Rankings On course to seal a berth for the Tokyo Games, former world champion Mirabai Chanu maintained her eighth spot in the  Olympic qualifiers ranking list released First Published: 2nd January, 2020 14:02 IST COMMENT Press Trust Of India last_img

first_imgClaimed close to 200 lives  Known as the Kendal Train Crash, the tragedy took place in the district of Kendal and claimed close to 200 lives.“This Friday, September 1, we will as a nation officially recall the circumstances of the horrendous train accident which claimed close to 200 hundred lives,” Grange said.She noted that the decision was made following discussions with individuals including Beverley East, author of the book, Reaper of Souls.Reaper of Souls gives an account of the Kendal Crash using fictional characters. St. Anne’s Church commemorating crashGrange said St. Anne’s Catholic Church in Kingston was also commemorating the Kendal Crash with a memorial Service on September 3.Many of those who died in the accident were members of St. Anne’s who were returning to Kingston from an excursion to Montego Bay when the accident occurred.The Kingston bound train had two diesel engines leading 12 overcrowded wooden coaches transporting 1, 600 passengers when it derailed at Kendal, resulting in the deaths of some 200 people and seriously injuring several others.The cause of the crash was narrowed down to a failure of the train’s braking system as it negotiated a curve. However, some people were of the opinion vandals on the train’s braking system. Beginning this year, Jamaicans will observe the anniversary of a horrific train crash that occurred in the central parish of Manchester in 1957. The anniversary will be recognized annually on September 1.The announcement was made on Thursday by Culture Minister Olivia “Babsy” Grange.center_img National Library exhibition The Minister said among the activities this year to commemorate the Kendal Crash, “The National Library of Jamaica (NLJ) will be putting on an exhibition which will include general historical information on the train crash which was the second worst rail disaster in the world at the time. It will also display newspaper headlines and photographs of the scene of the crash.”She said that consideration was also being given to the NLJ going into partnership with the Jamaica Library Service to have the exhibition placed in all parish libraries, starting with the library in Manchester.last_img

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