Tags: Air Force Baseball/UVU Baseball Written by March 10, 2020 /Sports News – Local UVU Baseball Hosts Air Force At Miller Park In Provo FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Because doTERRA Field at UCCU Ballpark in Orem is in its final stages of completion, Utah Valley baseball (5-12) is hosting Air Force (5-12) at Miller Park on the BYU campus in Provo Tuesday and Wednesday.Because of this change in venue, both the Tuesday evening game (6:00 pm) and the Wednesday matinee (11:00 am) will be free of charge.Under head coach Eric Madsen (302-330, .478), in his 12th season at the helm, the Wolverines are seeking to turn their season around against the visiting Falcons.Among Wolverines with at least 20 at-bats, junior infielder Mitch Moralez leads the squad in batting average (.357), hits (25) and RBI (7).Senior outfielder Jake Berry remains the only Wolverine with a home run on the season, with one.Senior right-handed pitcher Jesse Schmit is the ace of the staff for the Wolverines. He is presently 2-0 on the season and leads the squad with 27 strikeouts.Air Force is led by 10th-year head coach Mike Kazlausky (184-262, .413) who most recently led the Falcons to a series win against South Dakota State March 6-8. Air Force took two of three games from the Jackrabbits of the Summit League in that series.The Falcons are led in batting average by junior infielder/outfielder Cole Blatchford (.339).Blatchford also leads Air Force in runs scored (12), hits (20) and home runs (3).Blatchford’s 11 RBI tie him for the team lead with senior infielder/outfielder Tommy Gillman.Senior right-handed pitcher Josh Leaser is the only Falcons hurler with a winning record as he is 2-0 on the mound this season.Leaser’s 1.42 ERA in 12.2 innings of work also leads Air Force.The Falcons lead the Wolverines 10-8 all-time and 6-4 on the road against UVU. Brad James
The riverfront property at Sinnamon Park.VEETA Bassi moved house 35 times by the age of 40 and she’s about to do it again, leaving the Sinnamon Park home she designed seven years ago. Custom-made pivoting glass doors channel breezes into the house.A lawyer by profession, Mrs Bassi hired Neo Building Design architects to realise her vision and builder, Scott Russell.The Windermere Estate house has a media room that is custom-made with a sound barrier wall similar to those used in convention centres. A rosewood staircase tapers from double width at ground level to single width on the first floor with Mexican-inspired battens. The rosewood staircase provides internal access while an external staircase also connects the two levels.Extinct wood from 100 year old Chinese fishing boats has been turned into tiles and used as a feature wall in one of the living rooms.Despite all these incredible features, communal areas are where Mrs Bassi feels most at home.“It’s the kitchen I feel connected to, a big communal area,’’ Mrs Bassi said. Rooms are enhanced by views to the Brisbane River.“I said I’m taking the best of every house you ever made and putting it into my home.”More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The result is 32 Burdekin Drive, Sinnamon Park, with 650sq m of living space designed to enjoy Brisbane River views from every angle, with pivoting glass doors. FIND MORE HOUSES FOR SALE IN SINNAMON PARK This is where Mrs Bassi and her family love to hang out.“We have three outdoor areas that come off the kitchen, the pool area, as well as two living spaces.“The back is the Brisbane City Council Reserve and the river.”Mrs Bassi’s father passed away last year, but his knowledge will be carried forward through Veeta and Harry Bassi’s daughters.“It’s in my blood and I’m going to teach the girls,’’ Mrs Bassi said. Relax by the pool at 32 Burdekin Drive, Sinnamon Park.Her father, Sukha Sandhu, was a builder in Canada with over 400 homes to his credit, and she was his greatest apprentice. “I designed the inside layout and my Dad came over and helped me with the structural things,’’ Mrs Bassi said. <<
As the superstorm Sandy continues to wreak havoc along the East Coast, USC students also felt the impacts of the physical destruction.The storm, which reached New Jersey on Monday and has since enveloped much of the East Coast, has some USC students concerned for the safety of their family and friends.At least 45 people have died because of the storm, including former USC Song Girl Claudene Christian, who died after a ship she was aboard sank in the hurricane. The coaches of the USC Song Girls released a statement Monday expressing their condolences.Most of the deaths occurred from the damage caused by the storm, such as falling trees or electrocution caused by stepping in puddles near fallen power lines.Worries about safety prompted the university to send emails out to students whose permanent addresses are in affected zip codes.“This can be traumatic for students and we wanted to let you know that we are concerned about your well-being and the safety of your families,” wrote Lynette Merriman, senior associate dean for Student Affairs.Zion Samuel, a freshman majoring in biochemistry whose family lives in Maryland, said he was worried about their safety, but that many East Coast families are used to big storms.“My dad went and bought the supplies we usually get for hurricanes, like water,” Samuel said.A representative from USC’s Counseling Center said that students can schedule an appointment if they want to talk about their concerns. If they have pressing worries, students can walk in for a crisis appointment.Though weaker than it was just 24 hours ago, Sandy has left destruction from Georgia to Maine. Floods, power outages and 65-mile-per-hour winds continue to cause disorder on the East Coast.As of Tuesday night, 6 million people were without electricity, and many major subways and airports were still shut down. Sandy is the most widespread destructive storm in recent history, and in some places, schools are not expected to open for at least a few more days.State governments are struggling to counter the effects of the storm, which is interfering greatly with everyday life. Despite the severity of the storm, however, many students on the East Coast do not seem exceedingly concerned about the safety of their homes.“My parents are worried about losing power,” said Sophia Geanacopoulos, a freshman studying international relations global business. Geanacopoulos also said, however, she is not overly concerned for her family in Boston. “My mom is always prepared for these storms.”Social media is playing an unprecedented role in the crisis, with many East Coast residents relying on Twitter and Facebook for information about the storm. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom reported that 10 pictures are being posted each second with the hashtag “Sandy.”The Federal Emergency Management Agency also urged people to communicate with loved ones using social media, as phone lines often get clogged during disasters.
The England forward, who has scored 24 goals for his club and country this season, claimed 36 per cent of the vote.He came in ahead of Leicester team-mates Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante.Leicester can be crowned champions tonight if nearest challengers Tottenham fail to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Elmina Sharks got the biggest scalp of Week 9 of the Ghana Premier League after they beat league leaders, Berekum Chelsea 3-1 at the Ndoum Stadium in Elmina. Benjamin Boateng opened the scoring for Sharks in the 5th minute for Kofi Owusu levelled after 15 minutes for Chelsea. Boateng then struck twice in the second half to lift Sharks to three points.Medeama joined Berekum Chelsea at the top of the league after they got a 1-1 with Karela United. Diawisie Taylor had given Karela the lead in the 30th minute but Prince Opoku Agyemang’s 6th goal of the season in the 87th minute gave Medeama a share of the spoils.AshGold bettered their draw in Week 8 and got a 1-0 home win over Liberty Professionals in Obuasi. Appiah McCarthy’s first half injury time penalty and some poor finishing by the visitors handed the Miners their 4th victory of the season.Hearts of Oak recorded their second goalless draw in as many days in the league after they failed to find the net away to Aduana Stars and the same score was the outcome of the match between Bechem United and Dwarfs at the Nana Gyeabour Park.An Abdul Bashiru own goal gave Kotoko a 1-0 victory at Dreams FC in Dawu in what was a close game at the Theatre of Dreams.Great Olympics may have beaten King Faisal away from home in Week 8 but they got their home loss when they were beaten 2-1 in Accra by Techiman Eleven Wonders. Musa Sulley handed the lead to Wonders in the 12th minute but Gladson Awako tied it up for Olympics in the 24th minute but 12 minutes later, Salifu Ibrahim put Wonders back into the lead and that was how the match ended.