Tag: 2020上海油压ty店

December 17, 2020

After winning Olympic gold, Kelly Pannek returns to Minnesota

first_imgAfter winning Olympic gold, Kelly Pannek returns to MinnesotaThe redshirt senior has not played a game for Minnesota since March 2017.Sam Harper, Daily File PhotoForward Kelly Pannek watches the puck drop during a game against Ohio State on Feb. 27, 2016. Erik NelsonSeptember 27, 2018Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintKelly Pannek didn’t play for the Gophers last season —  but for good reason. She was on the United States women’s Olympic team and came back to Minnesota with a new piece of hardware.The United States Olympic team won gold for the first time since 1998, ending Canada’s streak of four consecutive gold medals at the Winter Olympics.Team USA defeated Canada in the gold medal game on Feb. 22 in 3-2 in a shootout. U.S. goaltender Maddie Rooney made the winning save, setting off a celebration two decades in the making.Pannek said her reaction to Rooney’s save was pure excitement.“You’re jumping over the boards as fast as you can and trying to hug whoever you can,” Pannek said. “It was a powerful and emotional moment.”Canada had won gold at each Winter Olympics since 2002. Canada defeated the U.S. in the previous two gold medal games, including a come-from-behind overtime win in the 2014 gold medal game.Pannek said participating at the Winter Olympics in South Korea was a powerful experience.“To be able to experience everything with our team, especially the opening ceremonies, was special,” Pannek said. “It’s something that I can’t even describe because there are so many feelings going through you.”After winning gold in South Korea, Pannek is preparing to play her first game for the Gophers in over a year. Pannek hasn’t played a game for the Gophers since March 2017, when the team lost to Clarkson in the semifinal of the NCAA Frozen Four.Pannek said re-adjusting to the NCAA ice won’t be an issue. “We played on a lot of NHL-sized rinks [at the Olympics],” she said. “There’s some adjustments, but it’s easier going back to smaller ice than it is going to [Olympic-sized] ice.”In 2016-17, Pannek played 39 games. She scored 19 goals and had 62 points that season.Forward Nicole Schammel said Pannek’s success at the international level will motivate the team this upcoming season.“It’s great to see a teammate doing so well,” Schammel said. “We were all [Pannek’s] biggest supporters last year. Having [her] back is great.”In addition to winning a gold medal at the Winter Olympics this year, Pannek was a member of Minnesota’s NCAA Frozen Four winning teams in 2015 and 2016. She was a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award in 2017. The Award was established in 1998 and is given to the most outstanding player of each NCAA season.Head coach Brad Frost said Pannek instantly earns respect with younger players when she steps into the locker room.“They know that they’re going to have an opportunity with and against her each day in practice,” Frost said. “It keeps them motivated to improve and she’s helping them along the way.”After taking off a year to play in the Olympics, Pannek is excited to be back with the Gophers.“This team is full of [experience] at different levels in various ways,” she said. “I’m excited to be back with the team.”last_img read more

September 23, 2020

Blanchet Named To Ben Hogan Award Watch List

first_imgBEN HOGAN AWARD WATCH LISTDawson Armstrong, Lipscomb, Sr., Brentwood, Tenn.Braden Bailey, Baylor, Jr., Groves, TexasShintaro Ban, UNLV, Sr., San Jose, Calif.Zach Bauchou, Oklahoma State, Jr., Forest, Va.Chandler Blanchet, West Florida, Sr., Gainesville, Fla.Brad Dalke, Oklahoma, Jr., Norman, Okla.Harry Ellis, Florida State, Sr., Southampton, EnglandPatrick Fishburn, BYU, Sr., Ogden, UtahSteven Fisk, Georgia Southern, Jr., Stockbridge, Ga.Doug Ghim, Texas, Sr., Arlington Heights, Ill.Will Gordon, Vanderbilt, Jr., Davidson, N.C.Theo Humphrey, Vanderbilt, Sr., Greenwich, Conn.S.M. Lee, Dalton State, So., Buford, Ga.Patrick Martin, Vanderbilt, Jr., Birmingham, Ala.Dylan Meyer, Illinois, Sr., Evansville, Ind.Collin Morikawa, California, Jr., La Canada Flintridge, Calif.Fredrik Nilehn, Texas Tech, Sr., Goteborg, SwedenBryson Nimmer, Clemson, Jr., Bluffton, S.C.Mason Overstreet, Arkansas, So., Kingfisher, Okla.Chandler Phillips, Texas A&M, Jr., Huntsville, TexasDoc Redman, Clemson, So., Raleigh, N.C.Davis Riley, Alabama, Jr., Hattiesburg, Miss.Justin Suh, Southern California, Jr., San Jose, Calif.Sahith Theegala, Pepperdine, Jr., Chino Hills, Calif.Braden Thornberry, Ole Miss, Jr., Olive Branch, Miss.Brandon Wu, Stanford, Jr., Danville, CalifNorman Xiong, Oregon, So., Canyon Lake, Calif. Print Friendly Version To find the latest information on The Ben Hogan Award, its candidates and its previous winners, visit TheBenHoganAward.org and follow @BenHoganAward on Twitter. About the Watch List· The Ben Hogan Award watch list is comprised of nine seniors, 14 juniors and four sophomores.· A total of 24 universities are represented on the watch list. Two schools—Vanderbilt (3) and Clemson (2)—have multiple honorees. It is the second straight year that Vanderbilt has had multiple members on the watch list.· Five conferences have at least two golfers on the watch list, led by the SEC with seven. Other leagues with more than one honoree are the Big 12 (5), Pac-12 (4), ACC (3) and West Coast (2).· This is the 13th consecutive year that Stanford has had a player named to the watch list, the longest active streak by any school. The next longest active streak is owned by Illinois (9).· In addition, three different levels of college golf are represented, as there are 25 NCAA Division I golfers, one Division II golfer and one NAIA member.· Just seven players (Doug Ghim, Patrick Martin, Dylan Meyer, Collin Morikawa, Chandler Phillips, Doc Redman and Braden Thornberry) are repeat members of the watch list. Meyer was a finalist in 2017, while Morikawa was a semifinalist a year ago. In addition, Dawson Armstrong was a watch list player in 2016. The senior from Gainesville, Florida is one of two non-Division I golfers on the 27-member list. The 10 semifinalists, which could include individuals not on the watch list, will be unveiled on Wednesday, April 11. On Wednesday, May 2, that group will be pared down to three finalists. The finalists will attend a black-tie dinner at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, on Monday, May 21, prior to the start of the annual PGA TOUR stop at Colonial, where the winner will be crowned. The Ben Hogan Trophy was first issued in 1990 and also included academic achievement in its original list of standards. In 2002, the Ben Hogan Award moved to Fort Worth, Texas, and revised its criteria to its current standard of honoring the outstanding amateur collegiate golfer.center_img FORT WORTH, Texas – University of West Florida men’s golf standout Chandler Blanchet has been named to the Ben Hogan Award Watch List, as announced by the Hogan Trophy Award Foundation, the Friends of Golf and the Golf Coaches Association of America. The Ben Hogan Award presented by Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. is issued annually to the top men’s NCAA Division I, II or III, NAIA or NJCAA college golfer taking into account all collegiate and amateur competitions during a 12-month period from June to May. The Ben Hogan Award Selection Committee, which votes during each stage of the process, is comprised of leaders in collegiate, amateur and professional golf. Winners of the Ben Hogan Award include seven golfers currently ranked in the top 100 in the Official World Gold Rankings—Jon Rahm, Rickie Fowler, Patrick Cantlay, Kyle Stanley, Peter Uihlein, Bill Haas and Ryan Moore. Other recipients include: Ricky Barnes, Matt Every, Chris Kirk, Hunter Mahan, Maverick McNealy, Patrick Rodgers, Nick Taylor, D.J. Trahan and Chris Williams. Blanchet currently has a 70.2 stroke average over five events in the 2017-18 season. He has four top-10 finishes and three top-fives. In addition to his success competing directly with UWF, he has posted top-25 finishes in the Sunnehanna Amateur, The Players Amateur and the Sun Bowl Classic, and a 32nd place finish in the Western Amateur.last_img read more

September 8, 2020

Junior European Eventing Championships take place this weekend

first_img 13 August 2014, 15:21 Home  »  Disciplines News  »  Other Disciplines  »  Dressage News  »  Junior European Eventing Championships take place this weekend Tags: Who’s Competing: Ireland’s Junior Eventers will line out at the European Championships in Bishop Burton (GBR) this weekend. Elsewhere on the eventing circuit, riders will compete in Somerford Park (GBR). On the showjumping circuit, Michael G Duffy will represent Ireland at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing (CHN), while Global Champions Tour action moves to London (GBR). Irish showjumpers will also compete in Langley (CAN), Choczewo (POL), Ommen (NED), Lier (BEL), St Lo (FRA), Arnas Champburcy (FRA) and at a home international in Millstreet (IRL). In dressage, Ireland will be represent at Saugerties, New York (USA). All Irish international entries for this week’s shows are now available to view by clicking on the individual shows under ‘FEI Entries & Results’.  Junior European Eventing Championships take place this weekend last_img read more