There were four yellow cards given out in five minutes in the second half. Each team received two including junior defender and forward Maddie Gaffney and senior defender Rashida Beal for the Gophers.Kolander gave Minnesota the lead once again in the 70th minute on a goal assisted by senior midfielder Josee Stiever . Kolander is now leading the team in goals this season with seven. Minnesota tried to keep the majority of the possession and add another goal after taking the lead in the second half, but the score remained 2-1 for a Gophers victory. Goals from Kolander lead Gophers past Santa ClaraThe Gophers bounced back from a Friday loss to Stanford with a 2-1 win over Santa Clara. Alex Tuthill-PreusGophers forward Simone Kolander drives the ball against Purdue at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium on Sept. 25, 2015. Dominic DavisSeptember 11, 2016Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintThe No. 10 Gophers topped Santa Clara 2-1 on Sunday. Senior forward Simone Kolander scored both goals for the Gophers in their victory.Minnesota was awarded a penalty kick in the 5th minute of the game and Kolander took the chance to give the Gophers a 1-0 lead .Santa Clara struck back in the 33rd minute with a goal from Jordan Jesolva assisted by Natalie Kennedy .The match was tied going into halftime .
Business Insider: These situational factors exert their influence in so many ways, but today, inspired by a recent research finding, I want to focus on one in particular: how a mastery of situation can actually make us smarter as we get older. In the current issue of the journal Psychological Science, researchers report that older people (over 65) showedless variability in their cognitive performance across 100 days of testing than did younger people aged 20 to 31.Why? The older adults’ greater consistency “is due to learned strategies to solve the task, a constantly high motivation level, as well as a balanced daily routine and stable mood,” notes one of the scientists, Florian Schmiedek of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Germany. A colleague of Schmiedek’s, Axel Börsch-Supan, adds that his research shows that older workers are more productive and reliable, and less likely to make serious errors, than are their younger colleagues.There are other ways that our mental powers grow as we get older. It’s true that as we age, the brain’s processing speed begins to slow, and memory may sometimes slip, says Margaret Gatz, PhD, professor of psychology, gerontology, and preventive medicine at the University of Southern California. But researchers have recently made some surprising discoveries about what’s really happening in our heads as we age: “We are identifying ways in which older minds hold their own against younger ones and even surpass them,” Gatz says. Here, ten such ways:Read the whole story: Business Insider More of our Members in the Media >
Share Olivia Jayne may be new to the varsity team, but she’s setting a good example.The sophomore setter came up with 25 assists, nine aces, and three digs during Westhampton Beach’s shutout of Amityville on the road October 13, 25-23, 25-13, 25-9.She had a handful of aces during a 10-point scoring streak in the third set. Jayne was at the service line for seven of them as the Hurricanes (10-2 overall, 7-1 in League VI) went up 10-1, limiting the Colts to fewer and fewer points with each set.“She’s on a very nice trajectory to get better and better,” head coach Lenny Zaloga said. “At the beginning of the travel season last year, she almost couldn’t serve over the net, and now her serving is nice and low and straight. She serves a hard, flat ball.”Jayne said she’s taken her role seriously, replacing a junior that left the team at the beginning of the season.“I had a few double touches — I was making mistakes — so I was nervous, but we pulled through,” she said. “A few of my serves were nail-biters that just rolled over the net, but you have to find their weakest passer, and that was working for me.”Senior outside hitter Cortina Green (14 kills, five digs) picked up two of her kills for Westhampton during the third-set spurt.“She’s definitely our best hitter,” Zaloga said of his captain. “She’s got a weak ankle right now so she’s a little tentative with what she does, but when she’s healthy, she’s really good.”Amityville was up 15-10 and 20-15 during the first set, and spikes from Green and junior Juliette Seeglier (nine digs, six kills, six aces) helped Westhampton tie the set 23-23 before Seeglier scored the final point to put it away.“We were not very aggressive, but we picked it up,” Zaloga said of the 8 AM road match. “It is an early game, but we have more experience than they do, and long rallies favor us. We understand that we don’t have to hit everything hard. If we get in trouble, we don’t have to score a point on a bad ball. We can give them the ball and eventually get a better swing.”After the Hurricanes came out on the winning side of a 3-2 match against Amityville October 1, the team’s main objectives were to control the serve and double up on Amityville’s top hitters Victoria Erwat and Mary Dexter.“We moved our defense around to counter them, and it worked most of the time, but we still have to get that together for when we play better teams,” Jayne said. “They’re a weaker team and we were playing down to their level. We need to start off stronger so that doesn’t happen to us, but we are very resilient and we bounced back well.”The girls said they felt they had something to prove after a 3-1 nonleague loss to Bayport-Blue Point October 5 that put a stop to a six-match win streak. Libero Belle Smith (31 digs, four aces) was absent from the match, which Zaloga said was a big blow to his team.“She’s fantastic,” he said. “We probably lost 30 digs that game without her.”Green controlled the tempo, kept her team in check and ensured they were on the same page with each play, and especially felt the need to do so after the Hurricanes lost a ton of seniors to graduation last year.“We’ve been struggling with serving and defense, so it was good to pick up their tips and really push to get every ball up and over the net,” she said. “With a new, very young and less experienced team, seniors have had to step up to a lot of important positions.”The team’s only other loss was to senior-laden No. 1 East Hampton (9-0 in League VI) back on September 12. The Hurricanes faced Sayville (7-5 in League VI) October 15, but results were not available by press time. Westhampton narrowly edged the Golden Flashes 3-2 on September 21, the team’s only other match decided in five sets. “We were disconnected during our losses, so it’s been nice to see us come out as a team and really communicate and get some good plays in,” Green said. “I think that last loss was a turning point. It proved we have to step it up and come together each time we hit the court. I think we’re getting there, and I’m happy to say that.”[email protected]
Marcos monument beside Aquino’s stirs Tarlac town It wasn’t the response James wanted to see when he called out teammates in the wake of their loss to New Orleans on Monday.READ: NBA: Frustrated LeBron bemoans Cavs organizationFEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSBreak new groundSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnHe notched his second triple-double in as many games with 24 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists, but the champions lost for the sixth time in their last eight games.After the defeat by the Pelicans, James called the Cavaliers “top-heavy” intimating he, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love didn’t have a strong enough supporting cast. Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James, right, drives against Sacramento Kings’ Darren Collison during the second half of an NBA basketball game, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2017, in Cleveland. The Kings won 116-112 in overtime. APLOS ANGELES, United States — LeBron James notched his second straight triple-double but it wasn’t enough to stave off an upset as the NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers fell 116-112 in overtime to the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday.After Aaron Afflalo’s three-pointer with 30.8 seconds left in overtime put Sacramento up 115-112, James missed a three-pointer with 10 seconds remaining and Kings star DeMarcus Cousins capped the scoring with a free-throw with five seconds to play.ADVERTISEMENT Ben&Ben, IV of Spades, SB19 win big at 5th Wish Music Awards MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Motorcycle taxis ‘illegal’ starting next week — LTFRB board member Love scored 21 points and pulled down 16 rebounds and Irving added 20 points, but the Cavaliers made just 17 of 34 free-throw attempts and they turned the ball over 18 times.Cousins led all-scorers with 28 points with 11 rebounds, nine assists and three steals for the Kings. Afflalo scored 14 and Darren Collison added 23.A layup by Collison with 35 seconds left in overtime put the Kings ahead 112-111 but Love split a pair of free throws to tie the game at 112-112.Afflalo responded with what proved to be the game-winning three-pointer.In a game in which each team led by as many as 10 points, Kyle Korver’s three-pointer with 7:43 remaining in regulation had put Cleveland up 97-87.But Sacramento scored 11 straight points. Cleveland still had a chance to win it in regulation, but James’s attempt to inbounds the ball to Love was thwarted by Cousins — who grabbed Love’s jersey but wasn’t whistled for a foul. CBBSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite De la Hoya arrested on suspicion of drunk driving Palace: Crisis over ABS-CBN franchise unlikely Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said before the game that the team would handle their superstar’s outburst internally.“We talked to him and he understands, he understood and now we’re going to move on,” Lue said.General manager David Griffin was especially stung by James’s suggestion that the team wasn’t committed to retaining the title but said he had a “good conversation” with James.“The comment about the organization being complacent I think is really misguided,” Griffin said. “Organizationally there is absolutely no lack of clarity on what our goal set is. We are here to win championships and there is no other solution, there is no other outcome that is acceptable and there never has been.”But James won’t be soothed by Wednesday’s on-court performance.ADVERTISEMENT Anne Curtis talks about renewing faith in God amid the world’s ‘noise and clutter’ LATEST STORIES DILG to lock shops in Tagaytay City, other areas near Taal View comments DILG to lock shops in Tagaytay City, other areas near Taal Luis Manzano jokes about Mikee Morada’s proposal to Alex Gonzaga: ‘Baka nagtali lang ng sintas’ Bulacan inmates, jail guards raise donations for Taal victims