Harvard racks up postseason honors

first_imgThe Harvard football team may have fallen short of their goal of the 2009 Ivy League Championship, but the Crimson certainly dominated the postseason awards with four players named to the New England Football Writers’ Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All-Star Team and 19 members of the team named All-Ivy League.Harvard’s four All-New England FCS selections, which included offensive lineman James Williams ’10, defensive tackle and team captain Carl Ehrlich ’10, linebacker Jon Takamura ’10, and defensive back Derrick Barker ’10, was tied with New Hampshire and Holy Cross for the most selections of any school.Of the 19 All-Ivy selections, an achievement that tied for the third-most in league history, five were named to the first team, 10 were named to the second team, and four were honorable mention selections.Both the two-time All-American Williams and Barker were also named to the All-Ivy first team, and were joined by offensive lineman Ben Sessions ’10, running back Gino Gordon ’11, and next year’s team captain, Collin Zych ’11.Highlighting the awards was freshman running back Treavor Scales, who was named to the second team and honored as the Ivy League Rookie of the Year after recording 485 yards on 108 carries and five touchdowns in his first season at Harvard despite sharing carries with the Ivy League’s top rusher, Gordon. Scales finished the season sixth in the league in rushing yards and third in rushing touchdowns.For a complete list of Harvard’s All-Ivy selections, visit GoCrimson.com.last_img read more

Vardy scoops top honour

first_imgThe 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.last_img

SuperBet makes Zagreb its new technology home acquiring Axilis studio

first_img Related Articles Superbet doubles down on Lucky7’s challenger investment  July 27, 2020 Share Submit Romania’s ONJN adds 20 sites to blacklist August 14, 2020 Share Superbet highlights integrity commitment with IBIA membership July 9, 2020 StumbleUpon Bruno Kovacic – SuperBetCroatian tech news source Netokracija.com has reported that Romanian betting group SuperBet Group has acquired Zagreb-based technology development studio Axilis.The acquisition will see Axilis become the lead development hub of SuperBet’s planned proprietary sportsbook platform launch.Both companies maintain an existing working relationship, with Axilis having led the frontend redevelopment of SuperBet new website, which was launched in ‘beta mode’ this August.SuperBet undertakes its technology investment, having secured €175 million in funding from US private equity fund Blackstone Group last May, with the company seeking to become the leading online gambling domain for Romania and the wider Eastern European marketplace.Founded by former Microsoft programmer Bruno Kovacic in 2011, Axilis has been consistently ranked as a leading Croatian technology firm by ‘Big 4’ accountancy firm Deloitte’s ‘Fast-50’ technology index for Central Europe.The acquisition will see SuperBet absorb Axilis 50-man engineering team, with Bruno Kovacic joining SuperBet’s executive leadership team as new Group Chief Technology Officer (CTO).last_img read more