head coach – Slidell Athletic Club http://slidellathleticclub.com/ Fri, 01 Apr 2022 12:11:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://slidellathleticclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-4.png head coach – Slidell Athletic Club http://slidellathleticclub.com/ 32 32 Oldham Athletic squad news ahead of Carlisle United clash https://slidellathleticclub.com/oldham-athletic-squad-news-ahead-of-carlisle-united-clash/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 07:30:00 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/oldham-athletic-squad-news-ahead-of-carlisle-united-clash/ JOHN Sheridan has the same team from Tuesday’s draw at Crawley to choose from when Latics take on Carlisle United tomorrow, with Dylan Bahamboula also available after suspension. January signing Mike Fondop faces a spell on the sidelines after groin surgery. And Sheridan was frustrated that the striker broke the news via social media. “He […]]]>

JOHN Sheridan has the same team from Tuesday’s draw at Crawley to choose from when Latics take on Carlisle United tomorrow, with Dylan Bahamboula also available after suspension.

January signing Mike Fondop faces a spell on the sidelines after groin surgery.

And Sheridan was frustrated that the striker broke the news via social media.

“He came out with things he really shouldn’t have come out with. Obviously he’s hurt but he doesn’t give me the chance to explain myself, he explained it himself. I’m a bit disappointed with how it turned out but it is what it is,” the Latics head coach said.

“Unfortunately, he is injured.”

When asked how long he expects to be without Fondop, Sheridan added: “That’s an answer I’d love to give you but I don’t know.

“I should talk to the physio and get more feedback.”

The Latics have covered the miles with back-to-back trips to Colchester and Crawley in the space of four days, but Sheridan is happy with how his players coped with the long travel times.

“We had two long trips, we came back late but luckily we got two good results and we are looking forward to Saturday’s game,” he said.

“Everyone is fit and available. You just have to be careful if you have long journeys and you’re sitting on the bus and coming home late, it’s long hours, we’re just taking care of them. We we relaxed and we’ll work on the form of the team (today) and show the videos and prepare for Carlisle.

“We have to try to take care of them. It’s a long journey but you just have to keep them fit and keep training as short as possible because you just want them to be on the pitch on game day. .

“We are doing our best with them and I hope they will all be fine.”

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Lambert promoted to volleyball head coach at Delaware https://slidellathleticclub.com/lambert-promoted-to-volleyball-head-coach-at-delaware/ Mon, 21 Feb 2022 21:31:50 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/lambert-promoted-to-volleyball-head-coach-at-delaware/ Courtesy of Delaware Athletic Communications NEWARK, Del. –Intercollegiate Athletics Director Chrissi Rawak has named Kimberly Lambert the head volleyball coach for the Blue Hens program. Lambert takes the reins of the program after spending the past five seasons on the Delaware volleyball team. “I am incredibly excited to have Kim as our next head volleyball […]]]>
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NEWARK, Del. –Intercollegiate Athletics Director Chrissi Rawak has named Kimberly Lambert the head volleyball coach for the Blue Hens program. Lambert takes the reins of the program after spending the past five seasons on the Delaware volleyball team.


“I am incredibly excited to have Kim as our next head volleyball coach, she has been instrumental in the growth and development of our student-athletes and the program both on and off the court over the for the past five years,” Rawak said. “I’m confident that Kim will be able to take this program to the next level of competition and winning championships.”


Lambert arrived in Delaware as an assistant coach in 2017 and was promoted to head coach in 2019. Lambert combined 20 years of coaching experience on his resume, including a stint as head coach of Division I. Having worked on the east and west coasts, as well as a Power 5 institution Lambert brings a complete experience to the position.


“I am extremely honored and beyond grateful to have the opportunity to lead this team that I know and love so well,” Lambert said. “I would like to thank Chrissi, Jen Vining-Smith and the entire management team for their trust in me and the work we have already put into developing this program over the years. I am so proud of our cultural position as a program, both on and off the pitch, and I’m excited for the future with this incredible group.”


Lambert has helped Coach Blue Hens to two Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Tournament Appearances in two of the last three seasons, including a semifinal showing in 2021. Delaware finished the 2021 season with an overall record of 15-13 and a mark 0.500 in conference play. The Blue Hens also have three players earning all-conference honors in 2021.


Prior to Delaware, Lambert served as an assistant coach at North Carolina State and a season as operations manager from 2013-16. North Carolina State won 20 games in its last drop, had a school record of 13 wins in the Atlantic Coast Conference and notched the first top-10 win in program history with a win at 10th overall from Florida State.


Lambert spent four seasons as Marshall’s top assistant coach from 2009 to 2012. While with the Herd, helped guide Marshall to a 22-9 record in 2009.


Lambert served three seasons as head coach at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi from 2006 to 2008, where she was one of the youngest head coaches in Division I. She coached newcomer of the year from the 2006 Southland Conference to career-ending Christie Feliz. as the school leader in kills per set.


Lambert was also the top assistant at UTEP from 2004 to 2005, where she was the underage recruiting coordinator, defensive coordinator, and outside hitting coach. She was the head coach of Caldwell High School (Texas) in 2003, when she led the Lady Hornets to the 3A State Semi-Finals. She was named District 18-3A Coach of the Year and Brazos Valley Region Coach of the Year.


Lambert began her coaching career in 2002 as an assistant coach at Rice. A native of Sugar Land, Texas, Lambert played at Texas A&M-Kingsville and earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology in 2001.

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James Mwaura finishes third in TrackTown USA 3K at Lilac Grand Prix | Sports https://slidellathleticclub.com/james-mwaura-finishes-third-in-tracktown-usa-3k-at-lilac-grand-prix-sports/ Sun, 13 Feb 2022 04:07:00 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/james-mwaura-finishes-third-in-tracktown-usa-3k-at-lilac-grand-prix-sports/ James Mwaura placed third in the TrackTown USA 3K at the Lilac Grand Prix held at the Podium with a time of 8:03.34. The main event of the evening was the men’s 3,000 metres, and not just because of Mwaura. 2016 Olympian Ben Blankenship and fellow Oregon Track Club racer Jake Heyward were also part […]]]>

James Mwaura placed third in the TrackTown USA 3K at the Lilac Grand Prix held at the Podium with a time of 8:03.34.

The main event of the evening was the men’s 3,000 metres, and not just because of Mwaura. 2016 Olympian Ben Blankenship and fellow Oregon Track Club racer Jake Heyward were also part of the initial six-man field. Brook’s Beasts runners David Ribich and Waleed Suliman rounded out the pros while Air Force’s Sam Gilman was the only middle schooler besides Mwaura. Every professional in the field has boasted of a career best in less than four minutes per mile.

The Tacoma native donned a white jersey with red Gonzaga lettering on the chest, contrasting the neon Brooks uniforms worn by Ribich and Heyward’s Oregon Track Club uniform. Mwaura received the loudest ovation of the night during his introduction, beating Engels as a fan favorite.

By race time the field had narrowed to Mwaura, Ribich, Heyward and leader Craig Nowak.

Regardless, Mwaura cleared the first 200 meters in just under 32 seconds as the five-man field quickly regrouped. Tyson cheered on his star pupil near the 60-yard mark on the track, fully aware of the stakes with Mwaura the only middle schooler.

Nowak cleared the mile mark in 4:11, a second slower than the winning boys’ high school mile time. With five laps to go, Ribich and Heyward started to build a small but noticeable 10m gap over Mwaura.

Heyward hit the gas with 600 remaining, running his last three 200m splits in 31 seconds, 29 seconds and 30 seconds as the Briton pulled away from Ribich and Mwaura who beat him for second place. Ribich eventually won this duel as Mwaura couldn’t muster a big enough kick to overtake him.

“It wasn’t the results I wanted, but it was a good learning experience,” Mwaura said. “Not every race will go to plan, that’s one of the lessons learned from racing. Overall it was an amazing experience and being able to compete here at home with the home crowd made it really memorable.

Heyward finished below the World Championship qualifying mark, winning the race in 7:48.83. Ribich ran 8:00.58 for second while Mwaura finished in 8:03.04 for third. Mwaura ran almost every 200 meters between 31 and 32 seconds, but couldn’t find a higher speed.

Mwaura’s time was well short of his season and school best record of 7:54.50 at the University of Washington preview less than two weeks ago. This time ranks 31st in the NCAA for indoors this season, while his efforts at the Lilac Grand Prix would not make the top-50.

“James ran bold,” head coach Pat Tyson told gozags.com. “He went to the bottom of the pit running the first mile like a pro in 4:12! There will be time to be disappointed. It’s life; it’s sports! James will bounce back. It’s James Mwaura!

The women’s open mile featured the only other people competing for GU. The University of Idaho swept the top three spots with Katja Pattis crossing the line in 4:56 for the victory. Brittney Hansen was the first Zag to cross the line, running 4:58.77 for the fourth and fourth fastest times in school history.

Rosina Machu, a Zag competing without a tether, ran 5:02.62, edging out GU’s Kate Donaldson for fifth place. Donaldson’s time of 5:03.46 was the tenth fastest in program history. Makenna Edwards completed the field by finishing eighth. Each GU rider achieved a personal best time in the event.

Junior GU Yacine Guermali was supposed to compete in the men’s open mile, but pulled out of the event.

Mwaura was not the only star to compete on the podium as two world record attempts took place to close out the encounter. Donovan Brazier kicked off the competition trying to beat his own world record of 1:13.77. A professional runner for Nike, Brazier competed for Texas A&M before bursting onto the international running scene in 2019 as the world champion in the 800. Although he is a favorite to win the 800 at the 2021 Olympics, Brazier failed to qualify for the final in the event.

Representing the Nike Union Athletic Club, Brazier took on Isaiah Harris with the other two runners on the field acting as point guards. Brazier covered 200 meters in a blistering 22 seconds before setting up for a potential world record with a time of 48.4 in 400. Brazier and his effortless stride camp just shy of a world record, running 1 : 13.97 to miss his own record by two tenths of a second. Still, his time is the second-fastest time ever recorded over 600 meters indoors.

In the Surging for Serbia 1,500 meter race, nine men who eclipsed the four-minute mark on the mile crossed the line. The field came out in 56 seconds as Brannon Kidder acted like a bunny for the field. With 200 meters to go, Charlie Hunter made his move from the back of the peloton and passed Cameron Proceviat within five meters of the boards. Hunter finished in 3:41.34, missing the world championship standard.

Stryd’s women’s 5,000 meter race featured four women competing for Hoka Northern Arizone Elite, while Katie Izzo, Natalia Hawthorn and Regan Yee represented Adidas Golden Coast Track Club, Brooks Running and Under Armour, respectively.

Hawthorne and Kellyn Taylor led for much of the race, as Taylor put nearly 20 yards between her and Hawthorn with four laps to go. Nearly 20 meters separated each competitor as the peloton widened.

Taylor passed Regan Yee in the final 200 yards to claim first place in 15:21.54 for the 35-year-old as Hawthorn came second. Although there is no world championship standard for the 5k, if a woman runs a certain amount of time she is eligible to compete in the 3k at the world championships.

Three women gave up before the end of the race. Anna Connor and Stephanie Brown Brokaw retired after their pacing homework while Lauren Paquette ran sideways near the 7-minute mark.

In the men’s 800m, a mustachioed, mullet Craig Engels raced to the line to the delight of the podium crowd. After two failed starts, the Ole Miss graduate came in 200 seconds behind Josh Kerr. Both crossed 800 in a quick 51.0. Engels started to catch up but couldn’t beat Kerr as the Brook’s Beasts athlete held off Engels and achieved a world qualifying standard of 1:46.64 in the process.

The second world record attempt came at the end of the encounter as a relay team of Ella Donaghu, Raevyn Rogers, Sinclaire Johnson and Shannon Osika attempted to beat a set time of 10:40.31 five years ago by Sydney McLaughlin and Team USA in the distance medley relay.

The foursome got off to a perfect start as Donaghu gave the team a three-second lead on the world record pace on stage one. From there, the record seemed palpable as Rogers and Johnson did their homework before moving on to Osika.

Osika, who was racing against the clock, needed a 67-second 400 to seal the deal and etch her name in the record books. She barely did, crossing the line in 10:39.91, with less than four tenths of a second to spare. Uniquely, the world record team was made up of athletes who all trained under the same head coach, as opposed to national teams or “all-star” teams vying for the mark.

Less than a month after opening its doors, the Podium has already recorded a world record performance.

Up next for the Zags is the Whitworth Invitational on the podium and the Husky Classic in Seattle before the NCAA Indoor Championships on March 11 in Birmingham.

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Boston Running Collaborative | Boston Athletic Association https://slidellathleticclub.com/boston-running-collaborative-boston-athletic-association/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 05:01:57 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/boston-running-collaborative-boston-athletic-association/ The Boston Running Collaborative is led by a steering committee of Greater Boston’s running and nonprofit communities Adrienne Benton, BAA Board of Governors Member, Black Girls Run! and the National Association of Black Marathon Runners Sherman Hart, Head of Athletics, Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center Thaddeus Miles, director of community services at MassHousing and […]]]>


The Boston Running Collaborative is led by a steering committee of Greater Boston’s running and nonprofit communities
  • Adrienne Benton, BAA Board of Governors Member, Black Girls Run! and the National Association of Black Marathon Runners
  • Sherman Hart, Head of Athletics, Reggie Lewis Track & Athletic Center
  • Thaddeus Miles, director of community services at MassHousing and founder of Hood Fit
  • Kamilah Rowe, former head athletics coach at John D. O’Bryant High School
  • Ruben Sança, 2012 Olympian and Assistant Athletic Director for Administration at UMass Lowell
  • Tom Grillk, President and CEO, Boston Athletic Association
  • Suzanne Walmsley, Director of Youth and Community Engagement, Boston Athletic Association
Who are the members ?

In 2021, the Boston Collaborative developed three cohorts, which members were invited to join in order to concretely address barriers to walking, running and healthy living. Cohorts focus on youth of color, adult runners of color, and walkers or inactive adults of color. To date, the Boston Running Collaborative has engaged with:

  • Charles Anderson, MD, President and CEO, Dimock Community Health Center
  • Femita Ayanbeku, American para-athlete and American record holder in the 100m, T64 division
  • Sidney Baptista, Founder, PIONEERS Run Crew
  • Katonya Burke, Ambassador, Black Girls Run! Boston
  • Tiffany Chenault, PhD, Ambassador, Black Girls Run! Boston
  • Hector Cruz, Director, HLC & Associates
  • Tony DaRocha, Founder, Boston United Track Club, Physical Education Teacher, Boston Public Schools, MTFOA
  • Jeff Davis, Founder of the Black Men Run Boston Chapter
  • Linda Driscoll, Founder and President, Dream Big!
  • Avery Esdaile, Athletic Director, Boston Public Schools
  • Kathleen Field, Director of Health Promotion and Service Programs, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center
  • Trevor Garrick, Boston City Athletics League Commissioner, Road to Wellness 5K Coach
  • Gael Henville, 5K Head Coach on the Road to Wellness
  • Hatim Jean Louis, Boston City head coach, cross country; Racetrack
  • Jeff Joseph, vice-captain, Black Men Run Boston Chapter
  • Yvel Joseph, 5K trainer on the way to well-being
  • Aliese Lash, Captain, PIONEERS Run Crew
  • Leonard Lee, General Manager and Curator Melnea A. Cass Recreational Complex and Roxbury Heritage State Park/Dillaway Thomas House
  • Jess Leffler, Director, Single Train, Trinity Boston Connects
  • Tung Mai, Academic Director, Boston United Track Club
  • Myechia Minter-Jordan, MD, President and CEO, CareQuest Institute for Oral Health
  • James Morton, President and CEO, YMCA Greater Boston
  • Allyce Najimy, CEO and Executive Director of the Foundation will be named later
  • Tomorrow Peeples, Founder, Boston Lions Track Club
  • Abeo Powder, Co-Founder, TrailBlazHers
  • Frances Ramierez, co-founder, TrailBlazHers
  • Saleena Rashed, Founder, MetroCobras Track Club
  • Liz Rock, co-founder, TrailBlazHers
  • Raquel Rosenblatt, Vice President for Development, Dimock Community Health Center
  • Kamilah Rowe, Former Head Coach, O’Bryant Track & Field
  • Bekah Salwasser, Executive Vice President, Social Impact, Boston Red Sox
  • Brad Schoonmaker, Red Sox Foundation
  • Bryan VanDorpe, Executive Director of Youth Enrichment Services
  • Joe Walsh, President, Adaptive Sports New England
  • Kate Yenrick, Community Engagement Manager, Girls On The Run Boston
Grant recipients

In honor of the 125th Boston Marathon, the Boston Running Collaborative awarded $125,000 in grants to organizations that have engaged with the BAA to work to expand sporting opportunities for all. Recipients of these grants include:

Learn more about the Boston Running Collaborative

If you would like to find out more or would like to join the BRC in the future, please contact Suzanne Walmsley, Director of Youth and Community Engagement at swalmsley@baa.org.


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Athletic Club draw with Valencia, Rayo Vallecano will face Real Betis https://slidellathleticclub.com/athletic-club-draw-with-valencia-rayo-vallecano-will-face-real-betis/ Fri, 04 Feb 2022 15:25:23 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/athletic-club-draw-with-valencia-rayo-vallecano-will-face-real-betis/ Athletic Club face Valencia in the Copa del Rey semi-finals. Quality Sports Images/Getty Images Athletic Club head coach Marcelino will face his former club Valencia in the Copa del Rey semi-finals. (Live stream on ESPN+ Feb. 9) Rayo Vallecano, the only team remaining in the competition who have yet to win the title, were drawn […]]]>

Athletic Club head coach Marcelino will face his former club Valencia in the Copa del Rey semi-finals. (Live stream on ESPN+ Feb. 9)

Rayo Vallecano, the only team remaining in the competition who have yet to win the title, were drawn against Real Betis in the other draw.

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Athletic, who have lost in the final in the previous two editions, knocked out holders Barcelona in the round of 16 before beating Real Madrid 1-0 on Thursday.

Marcelino guided Valencia to Copa del Rey glory in 2019 but was dismissed the following season.

Valencia knocked out relegation-threatened Cadiz.

In-form Real Betis, third in La Liga, knocked out city rivals Sevilla before ousting Real Sociedad in San Sebastian 4-0 on Thursday.

Rayo reached their first Copa semi-final in 40 years by winning 1-0 against Mallorca.

The Madrid outfit have been among the surprises in La Liga and are eighth in the table.

The first legs will take place on February 9 and 10 and the return matches on March 2 and 3.

The final will be played on April 23 in Seville.

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Spotlight on Black History Month – Northeastern’s Tramaine Shaw https://slidellathleticclub.com/spotlight-on-black-history-month-northeasterns-tramaine-shaw/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 19:10:41 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/spotlight-on-black-history-month-northeasterns-tramaine-shaw/ To celebrate Black History Month, CAA honors a former student-athlete, coach or administrator from each of its 10 member institutions who has made a significant impact in the community. The conference is proud to promote these men and women for their outstanding achievements. Today we recognize Tramaine Shaw from Northeastern Tramaine Shaw, North East – […]]]>
To celebrate Black History Month, CAA honors a former student-athlete, coach or administrator from each of its 10 member institutions who has made a significant impact in the community. The conference is proud to promote these men and women for their outstanding achievements.

Today we recognize Tramaine Shaw from Northeastern

Tramaine Shaw, North East – Athletics

Tramaine Shaw made a huge impact as a student-athlete and coach during her time at Northeastern University.

A four-year letter winner for the Huskies from 2005-2009, she was a seven-time CAA champion and set conference records in the 100-meter hurdles (13.71) and 400-meter hurdles (59.88). ). She was co-recipient of the Outstanding Track Performer award at the 2007 CAA Track and Field Championships. Tramaine was one of 25 student-athletes chosen for the 25and Anniversary of the women’s track and field team and was inducted into the Northeastern Hall of Fame in 2015.

The success and work ethic that Tramaine demonstrated as a student-athlete allowed her to become a highly accomplished coach. She was selected as the CAA Men’s Athletics Coach of the Year for the past three seasons (2019-21) and helped guide the Huskies to six straight CAA Men’s Athletics titles (3 as an assistant coach, 3 as a head coach). His athletes won 38 gold medals in four seasons as head coach and three athletes qualified for the NCAA championship during his tenure.

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BAA Announces Coaching Updates | Boston Athletic Association https://slidellathleticclub.com/baa-announces-coaching-updates-boston-athletic-association/ Wed, 26 Jan 2022 19:18:00 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/baa-announces-coaching-updates-boston-athletic-association/ Mark Carroll Elevated to Director of Athletic Programs and BAA Head Coach Sarah Dupré-Healy and Scott Cody join the BAA Running Club coaches BOSTON-The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) has announced several training updates for the BAA High Performance Team and the BAA Running Club. Marc Carroll was elevated to Director of Athletic Programs in addition […]]]>
Mark Carroll Elevated to Director of Athletic Programs and BAA Head Coach
Sarah Dupré-Healy and Scott Cody join the BAA Running Club coaches

BOSTON-The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) has announced several training updates for the BAA High Performance Team and the BAA Running Club.

Marc Carroll was elevated to Director of Athletic Programs in addition to his ongoing role as Head Coach of the BAA High Performance Team and Race Team. Carroll has served as Head Coach since 2019 and has guided four athletes to Olympic Trials performances on the track in 2021. Carroll will continue to be assisted by Morgan Uceny, who is both an assistant coach and a strength and conditioning coach.

Sarah Dupre-Healy and Scott Cody joined as BAA Running Club coaches. The pair will guide the more than 200 members who are part of the BAA Running Club.

For more than a century, the BAA Running Club has been a leading and competitive club locally, regionally and nationally. Based in Boston, the BAA Running Club features athletes of varying ages and abilities who strive to perform at their best in road, track and cross-country running.

A former BAA club member, Dupré-Healy competed internationally for Canada and was a four-time NCAA Division I All-American at Providence College. She was the BAA Mayor’s Cup cross-country champion in 2000 and has since become a USATF Level 1 coach.

As an athlete who has run for the BAA in the past, I appreciate being part of such a renowned organization, which values ​​excellence in running as well as a commitment to health, fitness and community”, said Dupre-Healy. “I am delighted to have the opportunity to be part of such a strong BAA coaching team, while contributing to the development of other athletes within the club.

Cody, also a graduate of Providence College, has over 25 years of coaching experience at Cambridge Rindge, Latin High School and Cambridge Running Club. Cody has designed training plans for athletes from high school through post-college, and also serves as a physical education and health teacher.

“I am very pleased to join the BAA staff,” said Cody. “Having been part of the Boston area running scene since I was a boy, I know full well what the BAA has long meant to running here. It is an honor to have the opportunity to be part of the coaching staff. I look forward to meeting everyone and doing my part to help maintain the BAA’s status as the leader in running and racing in New England.

In addition to coaching changes, member of the BAA High Performance Team Erika Kemp joined the BAA staff on a part-time basis as Athletics Coordinator. Kemp will assist BAA coaches and staff in promoting and coordinating BAA racing initiatives. In 2021, Kemp won the USA Road Racing Series title and achieved personal bests from 1500m to 25km. Kemp served as co-host of Boston Marathon Live during race week last October and continued to lead as host of the virtual Boston Marathon Training Clinic Series presented by Amazon.

I have had the privilege of being a member of the BAA High Performance Team for the past three years and couldn’t be more excited for the future of the club at this time,” Kemp said. “I look forward to being part of the growth of the club, utilizing my passion and interest in design and media in this position.”

The BAA is sponsored by adidas, which provides comprehensive support for the organization’s high performance team, running club and mass events.

Courtesy photos available here; please credit the Boston Athletic Association

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The NJ Athletic Association has been notified of the late game brawl at Newark West Side High School https://slidellathleticclub.com/the-nj-athletic-association-has-been-notified-of-the-late-game-brawl-at-newark-west-side-high-school/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 10:55:00 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/the-nj-athletic-association-has-been-notified-of-the-late-game-brawl-at-newark-west-side-high-school/ newark The NJ State Interscholastic Athletic Association and school officials in Newark and Paterson were notified of an out-of-control physical altercation inside a Newark West Ward High School gymnasium on Monday night. The situation arose immediately at the buzzer of a game-winning basketball game in the West Side High School regular season game against Paterson […]]]>

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The NJ State Interscholastic Athletic Association and school officials in Newark and Paterson were notified of an out-of-control physical altercation inside a Newark West Ward High School gymnasium on Monday night.

The situation arose immediately at the buzzer of a game-winning basketball game in the West Side High School regular season game against Paterson Kennedy.

According to preliminary review, the hotly contested game between the two schools went to the wire with one of Paterson Kennedy’s players catching an incoming pass in front of his bench then connecting on a goal a second before the game was over.

The basket secured the Passaic County School victory around 6:52 p.m.

Video obtained of the incident showed that immediately after the winning basket, a player from West Side High School and another from Paterson Kennedy began pushing and shoving each other, which resulted in punches.

Video showed both benches clearing and spectators running across the floor in celebration, causing dangerous conditions.

Fights between players took place on and off the pitch which forced West Side (head) coach Mr. Akbar Cook and Paterson Kennedy’s coach Mr. Tommie Patterson to join the police and school security to end several clashes.

A parent attending the match said he sensed trouble from the start of the contest after the players’ sportsmanship was at an all-time low during the match.

“Neither team had good sportsmanship for each other from the start of the game,” a relative of one of Paterson Kennedy’s players told RLS Media.

“The referees were never able to control the players’ brash attitudes towards each other, and the coaches didn’t seem to notice the rude talk and unnecessary profanity,” the parent said.

Referees working the play reportedly inflicted nearly half a dozen technical fouls, most of them attributed to Paterson East Side, according to reports.

“The technical foul situation could have gone either way and at any time because West Side showed just as much lack of sportsmanship,” Paterson Kennedy’s parent said.

According to Monday’s schedule, the Kennedy-West Side game was the fourth of five “Freedom Fighters Hoops Challenge” games played on Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday at West Side High School’s Dr. E. Wyman Garrett Gymnasium. .

Sponsored and organized by “NJ Legacy” – an independent entity – the matches began at noon and ended with Paterson Charter School competing with Central High School in Newark.

To fight

Other than the Kennedy-West Side contest, all games were peaceful, well-attended, organized, and demonstrated sportsmanship.

Police reported no arrests or serious injuries during the altercation, which is currently being investigated by the NJSIAA.

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Alavés vs Athletic Club Live Streaming: Watch La Liga Online https://slidellathleticclub.com/alaves-vs-athletic-club-live-streaming-watch-la-liga-online/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 09:57:14 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/alaves-vs-athletic-club-live-streaming-watch-la-liga-online/ [ad_1] This article provides information on how to live stream Alavés vs Athletic Club in La Liga on Sunday January 9, 2022. By Ben Gray Posted: January 8, 2022 9:45 a.m. Deportivo Alaves Bilbao athletics At the moment there is no player information for this match. Please check back later. There are two great legal […]]]>


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Deportivo Alavés vs Athletic Bilbao Live: Match Details

Match: Deportivo Alavés v Athletic Bilbao

Competition: La Liga

Date: Sunday January 9, 2022

Kick-off time: 5:30 p.m., (UK)

Stadium: Mendizorroza

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SEVILLE, SPAIN РMAY 23: Facundo Pellistri of Deportivo Alaves watches during the La Liga Santander match between Sevilla FC and Deportivo Alav̩s at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium on May 23, 2021 in Seville, Spain. (Photo by Fran Santiago / Getty Images)

Can Deportivo Alavés get out of the relegation zone?

Last weekend, thanks to Joselu’s second-half penalty, el Glorioso held Real Sociedad tied 1-1 at home.

That, in isolation, is a decent point, but it does mean that Alavés is now winless in Seven, dating back to early November.

Nonetheless, it was a positive start for new head coach José Luis Mendilibar who was appointed during the winter break.

Will Alavés now come out of the last three with a victory?

Athletic Club Bilbao, meanwhile, are not where they want to be either, placing tenth, having to finish at least seventh to return to Europe.

Marcelino’s men had a fantastic victory on Monday night, however, beating Osasuna 3-1 at El Sadar thanks to a first-ever senior treble from Oihan Sancet.

Thus, the Lions have now won two of their last three games after going winless in eight before this resumption.

In addition, on Thursday, Athletic qualified for the Copa del Rey, beating Atlético Mancha Real 2-0; Nico Williams with the two goals to beat the fourth level team.

Athletic have reached the last two Copa finals but, in the round of 16, will now face the team that beat them in last year’s Barcelona final at San Mames.

Before this huge draw, who will win this Basque derby in Mendizorrotza?

Deportivo Alav̩s РAthletic Bilbao: betting odds and guides

Our 101 Match prediction: Deportivo Alavés 1-1 Athletic Bilbao

Deportivo Alavés vs Athletic Bilbao Live Stream: Watch La Liga Online

BILBAO, SPAIN – MARCH 18: Aritz Aduriz of Athletic Club celebrates after scoring a goal during the La Liga match between Athletic Club Bilbao and Real Madrid at San Mames Stadium on March 18, 2017 in Bilbao, Spain. (Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce / Getty Images)

Deportivo Alavés vs Athletic Bilbao: what are the betting odds?

Deportivo Alavés vs Athletic Bilbao odds: result, both teams to score, correct scorers score

CD Alaves vs Athletic Bilbao odds: result, both teams to score, correct score and scorers

CD Alaves vs Athletic Bilbao result / Score of both teams Yes No
CD Alaves 15/2 5/1
Bilbao athletics 15/4 10/21
To design 15/4 7/1

Deportivo Alav̩s vs Athletic Bilbao statistics РRecent squad form

Deportivo Alaves vs Athletic Bilbao form

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Deportivo Alaves vs Real Sociedad San Sebastian – 1: 1

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Villarreal CF vs Deportivo Alaves – 5: 2

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Rayo Vallecano vs Deportivo Alaves – 2: 0

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CD Linares v Deportivo Alaves – 2: 1

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Deportivo Alaves v Getafe CF – 1: 1

Last match form, last 5 matches:

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Atl̩tico Mancha Real vs Athletic Bilbao Р0: 2

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CA Osasuna vs Athletic Bilbao – 1: 3

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Athletic Bilbao vs Real Madrid – 1: 2

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Athletic Bilbao vs Real Betis Sevilla – 3: 2

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Athletic Bilbao vs Sevilla FC – 0: 1

Last 5 matches for Deportivo Alaves

January 2, 2022 Liga 21/22 Deportivo Alaves 1 – 1 Real Sociedad San Sebastian
December 21, 2021 Liga 21/22 Villarreal CF 5 – 2 Deportivo Alaves
December 18, 2021 Liga 21/22 Rayo Vallecano 2 – 0 Deportivo Alaves
December 14, 2021 Copa del Rey 21/22 CD Linares 2 – 1 Deportivo Alaves
December 11, 2021 Liga 21/22 Deportivo Alaves 1 – 1 Getafe CF

Last 5 matches for Athletic Bilbao

January 6, 2022 Copa del Rey 21/22 Atl̩tico Mancha Real 0 Р2 Bilbao athletics
January 3, 2022 Liga 21/22 CA Osasuna 1 – 3 Bilbao athletics
22 December 2021 Liga 21/22 Bilbao athletics 1 – 2 real Madrid
December 19, 2021 Liga 21/22 Bilbao athletics 3 – 2 Real Betis Sevilla
December 11, 2021 Liga 21/22 Bilbao athletics 0 – 1 Sevilla FC

Deportivo Alaves vs Athletic Bilbao LaLiga 21/22 form

Deportivo Alaves Bilbao athletics
19 Matches played 20
4 Won matches 6
155 Goal attempts 223
58 Shoot to the net 78
72 Shots out of goal 93
64 Corner kicks 136
44% Average possession of the ball 49%
25 Blocked shots 52
46 Data Cards 39
285 Free kicks 288
33 Off-side 42
1 Posted shots 4
4 Shots on bar 3
12 Goals on foot 13
3 Goals per header 5
16 Goals scored 20
30 Goals conceded 17

Deportivo Alaves vs Athletic Bilbao statistics for the last head to head matches

Deportivo Alaves Bilbao athletics
25 Matches 25
12 Home matches 13
13 Away matches 12
23 Total goals 37
0.92 Average goals scored 1.48
6 Victories 13
13 Losses 6
6 Prize draws 6

Last 5 matches and match results between Deportivo Alaves and Athletic Bilbao

October 1, 2021 Liga 21/22 Bilbao athletics ten Deportivo Alaves
April 10, 2021 Liga 20/21 Bilbao athletics 0 – 0 Deportivo Alaves
October 4, 2020 Liga 20/21 Deportivo Alaves ten Bilbao athletics
September 2, 2020 Friendly Club Games 2020 Bilbao athletics 2 – 1 Deportivo Alaves
February 23, 2020 Liga 19/20 Deportivo Alaves 2 – 1 Bilbao athletics

La Liga table:

# Team deputy W D L F A D P
1 real Madrid 20 14 4 2 41 17 24 46
2 Sevilla FC 19 12 5 2 30 13 17 41
3 Real Betis Sevilla 19 ten 3 6 32 23 9 33
4 Atletico Madrid 19 9 5 5 31 22 9 32
5 FC Barcelona 19 8 seven 4 30 22 8 31
6 Rayo Vallecano 19 9 3 seven 26 20 6 30
seven Real Sociedad San Sebastian 19 8 6 5 21 21 0 30
8 Villarreal CF 19 seven seven 5 31 20 11 28
9 Valencia CF 19 seven seven 5 31 28 3 28
ten Bilbao athletics 20 6 9 5 20 17 3 27
11 Espanyol Barcelona 19 seven 5 seven 22 22 0 26
12 RC Celta de Vigo 19 6 5 8 22 22 0 23
13 Grenada CF 19 5 8 6 23 26 -3 23
14 CA Osasuna 19 5 seven seven 18 25 -seven 22
15 RCD Mallorca 20 4 8 8 17 30 -13 20
16 Getafe CF 19 4 6 9 13 20 -seven 18
17 Elche CF 19 3 seven 9 18 27 -9 16
18 Deportivo Alaves 19 4 4 11 16 30 -14 16
19 Cadiz CF 19 2 8 9 15 32 -17 14
20 Levante UD 20 1 8 11 21 41 -20 11

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Richford boys’ varsity basketball brings a young and athletic team to the field for the 2021-22 season; Richford graduate Brandon Fuller named head coach | Sports https://slidellathleticclub.com/richford-boys-varsity-basketball-brings-a-young-and-athletic-team-to-the-field-for-the-2021-22-season-richford-graduate-brandon-fuller-named-head-coach-sports/ Mon, 13 Dec 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://slidellathleticclub.com/richford-boys-varsity-basketball-brings-a-young-and-athletic-team-to-the-field-for-the-2021-22-season-richford-graduate-brandon-fuller-named-head-coach-sports/ [ad_1] Q&A with Head Coach Brandon Fuller First-year varsity coach and Richford High School graduate Brandon Fuller shares his thoughts on this year’s squad. Who is coming back this year? We have nine returning, as well as two exchange students, one freshman and one joining the team for the first time as a senior. It’s […]]]>


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Q&A with Head Coach Brandon Fuller

First-year varsity coach and Richford High School graduate Brandon Fuller shares his thoughts on this year’s squad.

Who is coming back this year? We have nine returning, as well as two exchange students, one freshman and one joining the team for the first time as a senior. It’s a young team, so we have a lot of time to develop. They are all ready to learn and try new things. This group is qualified, and it’s going to be a fun year with the boys, and the years to come will be good too. If we can look at this year as a year of construction for years to come, it will be a step in the right direction.

Who are your seniors, and what will they bring to the team this season? Ben Greenwood, Xavier Wood, Luke Viens, John Viens, Jacob Clawson, Anthony LaPlante and Skylar Sweet are our elders. Most of them are ready to teach the younger ones, they are good motivators, and most work hard and come to train with a desire to learn and improve. They are good role models for young athletes.

What does it mean to give back to the team as a graduate of the program? As an athlete on teams that haven’t won much, I try to give back to the community and help a good, strong group of boys win. I love basketball – being around and coaching him. I coached this group of boys in grade two and first year in college and university, so I know a lot of them well, and they played basketball a lot.

What does this year’s program look like? We have a few D2 teams on the program: Vergennes, Milton and Enosburg. They will be a challenge and will help us improve. I like that we have a good D3 / D4 program. Playing against teams we might face in the playoffs will give us a better insight into how they play and help us prepare.

What do you like about basketball? Sport prepares you for the world of work. Everything you do for a living is related in some way or form to another. In basketball you need to have good communication skills and you need to work hard. You can tell a great team when you see one – when they talk and work together, and that’s not a one-man show. I think we’re a well-rounded team this year, and we know how to work together.

What are the goals for the season? As coaching staff, we asked all athletes to write down a team goal and a personal goal. Eighty percent had the goal of a home playoff, and I think that’s an achievable goal. Most guys had a team goal as their personal goal. It’s a very altruistic group. I’m happy to have this opportunity to train the boys, and I’m ready to see what they can do.

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