Tigers Travel for Final Regular Season Event

MYRTLE BEACH, SC. – The University of Missouri women’s golf team closes out the month of March and their regular season schedule this coming week at the Golfweek AGT Collegiate. This marks the Tigers’ first time competing in this event.

COMPETITIVE SLATE: Appalachian State, Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Evansville, Gardner-Webb, Incarnate Word, Jacksonville, Missouri, Morehead State, North Dakota State, SMU, St. Thomas, South Alabama, UNC Asheville, UNCG

WHERE: True Blue Golf Course (Par 72, 6,101 Yards)

WHEN: The three-day event will begin on Monday, March 28 and wrap up on Wednesday, March 30 with 18-holes being played each day.

FOLLOW: Live results and scores will be available on GolfStat here.


  1. Noelle Beijer
  2. Emily Staples
  3. Brianne Bolden
  4. Sophia Yoemans
  5. Martina Muñoz

     Ind. Keagan Dunn

Noelle Beijer

Led the Tigers in their most recent event, the MountainView Collegiate after claiming her third top-25 finish of the season with a 1-under 215. This also marked her second career event under-par.

Emily Staples

Showcasing consistent play, Staples has finished two on the team in all three spring events. Her most recent best round came on the final day of the MountainView Collegiate where she posted a 2-over 74.

Brianne Bolden

Recorded her third-best 54-hole event score this season at the MountainView Collegiate with a 15-over 231.

Sophia Yoemans

Second on the team for season scoring average and birdies, Yoemans bounced back from an uncharacteristic start at the MountainView Collegiate to fire a 1-over 73 in the second round.

Martina Muñoz

Rounding out the Tiger lineup, Muñoz returns after making her spring debut earlier in the season at the Match-Up event where her performance was highlighted by her second round 7-over 79 score.

Keagan Dunn

The senior returns to compete as an individual after tying her spring-best round score of a 5-over 77 at the MountainView Collegiate.


For all the latest information on Mizzou Athletics, please visit MUTigers.com. For up-to-the-minute updates, follow the Tigers on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (@MizzouWomensGolf).

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South Dakota State basketball closing in on perfect Summit League regular season – Sioux Falls Argus Leader

South Dakota State basketball closing in on perfect Summit League regular season  Sioux Falls Argus Leader

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Late missed FTs doom UAB as North Texas closes in on regular season title – Alabama's News Leader

Late missed FTs doom UAB as North Texas closes in on regular season title  Alabama’s News Leader

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NBA announces delayed start for NBA G League regular season

The NBA G League announced Friday that its regular season will begin on January. 5 instead of next week.

The regular season was originally scheduled to tip off on Monday after the NBA G League showcase concluded in Las Vegas.

This delayed start “will give teams an opportunity to safely return players to market after the Christmas holiday and to replenish their rosters following NBA Call-Ups,” the league said.

That’s sure to be true for the The Long Island Nets. Brooklyn’s G League squad had been traveling since December 14th and would have been back on the road to start the regular season against the Wisconsin Herd on Monday

Information regarding games originally scheduled between December 27 and January 4 will be “provided at a later date,” the league announced. The Nets were originally scheduled to visit the Herd, host the Capital City Go-Go on the 30th, travel to Maine the next day to face the Celtics and then host the Westchester Knicks on Sunday, January 2nd.

Long Island’s regular season home opener will now presumably be on Wednesday, January 5, against the College Park Skyhawks at Nassau Coliseum.

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2022 WNBA Regular Season Tips Off May 6

– Expanded Schedule Features Record-High 36 Games Per Team –

– All 12 Teams Begin Quest for WNBA Championship During Opening Weekend –

– Chicago Sky Starts Title Defense vs. Los Angeles Sparks on Opening Night –

– Commissioner’s Cup presented by Coinbase, AT&T WNBA All-Star, and  “Series Play” Highlight 2022 Schedule –

NEW YORK, Dec. 9, 2021 – The WNBA today released its game schedulefor the 2022 regular season, which will feature a record-high 36 games per team. The expanded regular season will tip off on Friday, May 6 with a weekend of action showcasing all 12 teams. The league’s 26th regular season will conclude on Sunday, Aug. 14, followed by the WNBA Playoffs presented by Google, which as previously announced, will have a new format this season.

View printable schedule here.

The WNBA will unveil its complete television and streaming schedule at a later date.

“Coming off our historic 25th season when the WNBA enjoyed its most-watched season since 2008 and set records for merchandise sales and engagement across social media platforms, we are looking forward to what is already a highly anticipated tip off of the 2022 season in May,” said WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert. “The 36-game schedule will provide fans greater opportunities to see the best players in the world compete at the highest level and year two of the Commissioner’s Cup brings added incentive to the first half of the season for players and teams while offering fans conference rivalry competition through which to support their favorite teams.”

The 2022 season will begin on Friday, May 6 with four star-studded matchups. Former WNBA MVP Candace Parker and the defending champion Chicago Sky will host former MVP Nneka Ogwumike and the Los Angeles Sparks (8 p.m. ET). In a rematch of a thrilling 2021 WNBA Semifinals series, the Phoenix Mercury and its trio of 2021 All-Stars – WNBA career scoring leader Diana Taurasi, Skylar Diggins-Smith and Brittney Griner – will host the Las Vegas Aces, who were led in 2021 by their own quartet of All-Stars in Liz Cambage, Chelsea Gray, Dearica Hamby, and A’ja Wilson (10 p.m. ET).

The opening-night schedule will also feature the Seattle Storm, led most recently by WNBA all-time assists leader Sue Bird and former regular-season and Finals MVP Breanna Stewart, hosting the Minnesota Lynx, which had the league’s third-best record last season behind former regular-season and Finals MVP Sylvia Fowles (10 p.m. ET). In addition, the Washington Mystics, paced in 2021 by All-Star Ariel Atkins and league scoring leader Tina Charles, will face the visiting Indiana Fever and Kelsey Mitchell, the team’s leading scorer in each of the past three seasons (7 p.m. ET). 2

Action will continue on Saturday, May 7 when the league’s four remaining teams tip off their 2022 seasons. Former No. 1 overall draft pick Sabrina Ionescu, 2021 Kia WNBA Rookie of the Year Michaela Onyenwere and the New York Liberty will host the Connecticut Sun, which posted a league-best 26-6 record last season behind reigning Kia WNBA MVP Jonquel Jones and fellow 2021 All-Stars DeWanna Bonner and Brionna Jones (6 p.m. ET). Also on Saturday, Arike Ogunbowale, 2021 All-Star MVP and an All-WNBA Team selection each of the past two seasons, and the Dallas Wings will host the Atlanta Dream, which has been led by former All-WNBA First Team selection Tiffany Hayes for the last nine seasons (8 p.m. ET).

The WNBA will conclude its opening weekend on Sunday, May 8 with three games: Los Angeles at Indiana (3 p.m. ET), Seattle at Las Vegas (6 p.m. ET), and Washington at Minnesota (7 p.m. ET).

Commissioner’s Cup presented by Coinbase

The Commissioner’s Cup presented by Coinbase, an in-season tournament pitting conference rivals against each other during the first half of the regular season, will return for its second season. The 10 designated “Cup games” per team will be the first home game and first road game each team plays against its five conference rivals, all completed from May 6 – July 7. The team from each conference with the top record in Cup games will compete for a lucrative prize pool in the Commissioner’s Cup Championship Game on Tuesday, July 26. Additional details will be announced at a later date.

AT&T WNBA All-Star 2022

AT&T WNBA All-Star 2022, the 18th All-Star Game in league history, will be played on Sunday, July 10, with other pre-All-Star activities on Saturday, July 9. More information about the All-Star weekend will be forthcoming.

Expanded Regular-Season Schedule

The WNBA’s regular-season schedule has increased to an all-time-high 36 games per team, up two games from the previous high of 34 and up four games from 32 per team last season. Each team will play 18 home games and 18 road games. The previous schedule, which grew from 28 to 32 games per team over the WNBA’s first six seasons, had consisted of 34 games per team from 2003-19. Teams played a shortened 22- game schedule in the 2020 season and a 32-game schedule in the 2021 season, both due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Series” Play

The schedule again incorporates steps to reduce travel, including the use of a “series” model. In some instances where a team is scheduled to play twice in the same city, those games have been scheduled to be played consecutively.

All in for Regular-Season Finale

With playoff berths and seedings potentially on the line, the WNBA will conclude its regular-season schedule in style with all 12 teams in action on Sunday, Aug. 14, the final day of the regular season. 3

Additional Schedule Highlights

  • • Chicago and Phoenix, which squared off in a memorable 2021 WNBA Finals presented by YouTube TV series, will meet three times – Tuesday, May 31 and Saturday, July 2 in Chicago and on Sunday, Aug. 14 in Phoenix.
  • • Connecticut will play four times against Chicago, which defeated the top-seeded Sun in the 2021 WNBA Semifinals. The Eastern Conference rivals will meet in Connecticut on Friday, June 10 and Sunday, July 31, and in Chicago on Wednesday, June 29 and Sunday, Aug. 7.
  • • Phoenix and Las Vegas will face each other three times in a rematch of a 2021 WNBA Semifinals series, which the Mercury won in a deciding Game 5 against the second-seeded Aces. After meeting in Phoenix on May 6 on the first day of the season, the Western Conference rivals will play in Las Vegas on Tuesday, May 17 and Saturday, May 21.

Below is the WNBA’s game schedule for tip-off weekend of the 2022 regular season.


Day Date Visitor Home Local Time Eastern Time

Fri. May 6 Indiana Washington 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Fri. May 6 Los Angeles Chicago 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Fri. May 6 Las Vegas Phoenix 7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

Fri. May 6 Minnesota Seattle 7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

Sat. May 7 Connecticut New York 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Sat. May 7 Atlanta Dallas 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

Sun. May 8 Los Angeles Indiana 3:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

Sun. May 8 Seattle Las Vegas 3:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

Sun. May 8 Washington Minnesota 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Additionally, WNBA teams can begin negotiating with free agents on Jan. 15. Free agents can sign contracts with teams beginning on Feb. 1.

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2022 WNBA Regular Season Tips Off May 6th – WNBA.com


– Expanded Schedule Features Record-High 36 Games Per Team –


All 12 Teams Begin Quest for WNBA Championship During Opening Weekend

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Greyhounds Open Regular Season Against Malone, #8 Ashland

INDIANAPOLIS – The University of Indianapolis women’s basketball team will open up regular season play this weekend on the road, when they will travel to Malone on Friday afternoon and Ashland on Saturday.
This will be the first non-conference teams the Hounds will face in the regular season since Feb. 2020 when the NCAA announced the cancellation of seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Going 11-11 in 2020-21, the Hounds averaged 69.0 points per game.
Picked to finish Eighth in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ poll, the Malone Pioneers are coming off of a 9-12 2020-21 season. Averaging 74 points in the past season, while holding their opponents to a close 71.1 PPG. The Pioneers show their depth in field goal range, shooting .434. Defensively, they have a rebounding margin of -1.4, posting 35.7 per game.
Graduate Student, Holly Groff leads the Malone with 15. 8 points per game, shooting on average 2.7 three’s a game. Hunter Madison is a heavy hitter on the board, posting an average of 5.8 rebounds per game. The Pioneers also return G-MAC standout Robin Campbell.
The last time the Hounds faced off against the Pioneers was in Nov. 2019, when the Hounds dominated 75-47. The current record between the two teams is 1-1.
Having been ranked No. 8 in the preseason by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association, the Ashland Eagles will open their season on Friday against GLVC opponent Lindenwood before hosting the Hounds on Sunday.
In 2020-21 Ashland was named the runner-up in their conference tournament and also made a run for the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional title. They posted a record of 16-9, while averaging 72.3 points per game and allowing 65.1.
The Eagles are led by Annie Roshak who averaged 21.0 points per game, followed by Karlee Pireu who averaged 18.4 and 7.7 rebounds.
The Greyhounds will tip off against Malone at 4 PM on Friday, and then No. 8 Ashland at 5 pm on Saturday.


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Eastern Florida State Men’s Basketball Team Set to Tip-Off Regular Season Nov. 3

Titans head into the season No. 14 in the NJCAA Division I preseason poll

The Eastern Florida State College men’s basketball team has released the 2021-22 schedule. (EFSC image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Eastern Florida State College men’s basketball team has released the 2021-22 schedule.

The men’s basketball team heads into the season No. 14 in the NJCAA Division I preseason poll and will be tested early, playing four teams that are ranked in the preseason poll before the start of the conference season.

The Titans will open the regular season on Nov. 3 against TAAG Academy at 7 p.m. and then travels to ASA College on Nov. 6 before hosting the Florida JUCO Shootout on Nov. 12 and 13.

The Titans will play No. 13 Chipola College at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 12 and then the State College of Florida-Manatee on Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m.

After that, the Titans will play in two big tournaments in November beginning at Florida Southwestern State College on Nov. 19 and 20.

The Titans will play Spartanburg Methodist on Nov. 19 and then Snow College on Nov. 20. Then the team will travel to Bradenton to play games from Nov. 25 to 27.

Eastern Florida State College will play three games in Bradenton, facing Albany Tech on Nov. 25, South Georgia Tech on Nov. 26, and No. 23-ranked Georgia Highlands on Nov. 27.

The Titans will return home on Dec. 1 to host ASA College at 7 p.m. and plays Miami Dade at Titan Field House on Dec. 4 before hitting the road for a matchup with No. 20 Harcum College on Nov. 10.

The Titans will once again host the Jim Grimes Classic on Nov. 30-31, playing Southern Union at 6 p.m. on Nov. 30 and No. 8 Shelton State on New Year’s Eve at 4 p.m.

Eastern Florida State College will open the Central Conference season on Jan. 5 on the road, traveling to the Florida State College at Jacksonville for a 7:30 p.m. game.

The defending conference champions will host Polk State College on Jan. 8 in the conference home opener at 4 p.m.

They will also play Daytona State College, Santa Fe College, and will wrap up the regular season at Titan Field House on Feb. 22 against St. Petersburg College.


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UPDATE: Traffic resumes regular flow on I-77 North after Carroll County crash

UPDATE 7:10 a.m.: VDOT says crews have reopened all northbound lanes on I-77 following Wednesday morning’s tractor-trailer crash in Carroll County.

CARROLL COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Wednesday morning motorists in Carroll County are starting to see backups on I-77 North because of a tractor-trailer crash.

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) says the northbound left shoulder, left lane, and center lane are closed at mile marker 3.4 on I-77 because of the crash.

At this time, VDOT is reported about half a mile of delays on I-77 North.

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#12/13 Arkansas Pulls Out Win Over Aggies, Close Regular Season With 11-Straight in the SEC

FAYETTEVILLE – For the second straight game, Player of the Year candidate Moses Moody tied his season high with 28 points. However, it was his blocked shot on a Texas A&M dunk attempt with the game tied and 1:49 left to play that led #12/13 Arkansas to an 87-80 victory over Texas A&M Saturday afternoon at Bud Walton Arena.

The win closes the regular season for both programs and the Razorbacks improve to 21-5 overall, 13-4 in the SEC. The win was the 11th in a row in SEC play for the Razorbacks, the best streak in the SEC this season and ties the 1993-94 national championship team for most consecutive league wins. (The ’943-94 team also won its final 11 SEC games that season.) Texas A&M falls to 8-9 overall, 2-8 in the SEC.

Moody made a career-high five 3-pointers (5-of-8) with two assists, two steals and the crucial block.

Graduate senior Jalen Tate and freshman Davonte Davis also made key plays down the stretch to lead to the win.

Down two (71-69) with 4:58 left, Arkansas outscored the Aggies 18-9 down the stretch. However, Texas A&M was up one, 76-74, with two minutes left.  Justin Smith got an offensive rebound and put-back to tie the game. On the ensuing possession, Moody had his blocked shot. However, Arkansas, on an apparent old-fashion 3-point opportunity, had a call reversed on them after review, changing a block to a charge to give the Aggies the ball. Savion Flagg capitalized with a put-back to give his team the lead, 78-76, with 1:13 left.

Undaunted, Moody drained a 3-pointer to put his team up one, 79-78 – a lead the Hogs would not relinquish.

Texas A&M called a timeout once crossing half-court with 48 ticks left. On the inbounds play. Davis tipped the pass. Tate corralled the loose ball and tipped the ball back to Davis. Davis then threw the ball ahead for a Justin Smith dunk and a 3-point lead. A&M had a good look at 3-pointer in the right corner but missed. JD Notae came down with the rebound, was fouled and he sank both free throws for a five-point cushion.

Emanuel Miller was fouled with 14 seconds left and he made both free throws. Notae was once again fouled and made both to put the Hogs back up by five. Davis then sealed the game with a steal and a dunk.

Tate finished with 22 points, seven rebounds and four assists. Davis had 12 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals. Smith, who played all 40 minutes, added 11 points.

Miller and Quentin Jackson each scored 23 points for the Aggies with Miller adding 10 rebounds.

Arkansas will be the #2 seed at next week’s SEC Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.). The Razorbacks receive a double-bye and will not play until the quarterfinal round on Friday (Ma. 12) at 6 pm.



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