first_imgCHONBURI, Thailand – Marcus Fraser of Australia shot a 2-under 70 Saturday to take a one-shot lead after the third round of the Thailand Golf Championship. Fraser is playing only his second tournament since returning from a long break because of a wrist injury, but has been among the most consistent players off the tee at the Asian Tour event at the Amata Spring Country Club. His 5-under total of 211 put him one shot ahead of Anirban Lahiri of India, who carded a 68. ”I drove it really well on the first day as well, only missed one fairway on Thursday and I think I only missed a couple today,” Fraser said. ”You definitely have to stay out of the rough out there, it’s pretty brutal.” Martin Kaymer (70) and Lee Westwood (72) were tied for third along with Tommy Fleetwood of England, another shot back. Fleetwood led after the second round but only managed a 73. Kaymer, who is making his first appearance in Thailand, had an inconsistent round with six birdies and four bogeys. ”I had a couple of dropped shots and that was painful, but I think I put myself in a good position,” Kaymer said. ”If the putter is warm enough then I might have a chance.” Defending champion Sergio Garcia recovered from Friday’s 75 to shoot a 71 to sit tied for 10th, six shots behind Fraser.last_img read more

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first_img 1 Sports Logo News Link to post 888 Updated Red River Rivalry 1 18 1 Members By meetthemets, October 6, 2006 in Sports Logo News 0 358 419 meetthemets 18 Posted October 6, 2006 Members Members 1 dhamen0420 DG_ThenNowForever Share this post Link to post 1 Sports Logos Share on other sites DG_ThenNowForever 13,833 Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Members BamaHater Moderators Link to post Members Forums Home 13,833 155 posts Location:Wichita, KS Posted October 7, 2006 Share this post Share this post Does NDSU have a team, or is it Sioux hockey all the way?Sue me, I never followed it when I lived in Dirrrtypeg.NDSU has club hockey. They’ve been very good at the club hockey level, but that’s it.NDSU does play the Minnesota Gophers in football this year. I guess that could be considered a little bit of a Red River Rivalry. But nothing like Sioux-Gophers hockey. Location:Seattle Does NDSU have a team, or is it Sioux hockey all the way?Sue me, I never followed it when I lived in Dirrrtypeg.NDSU has club hockey. They’ve been very good at the club hockey level, but that’s it.NDSU does play the Minnesota Gophers in football this year. I guess that could be considered a little bit of a Red River Rivalry. But nothing like Sioux-Gophers hockey.Are you serious? That’d be a bit of a mismatch, no?Unless, of course, NDSU has designs on lower-level Div I status… Members 1 4,646 posts Location:SUNY Cortland 7,147 I wonder how much each school is getting for this. And I wonder again why players can’t get paid.They do, they get a free education. Most if not all of the players get free tuition, books, dorms, etc……. Nice, but there’s one thing missing in that logo…the word “Shootout” where “Rivalry” is written.In these days of political correctness the word shootout can’t be used. Not PC 216 posts 5,561 posts I wonder how much each school is getting for this. And I wonder again why players can’t get paid. Not affiliated with sportslogos.net 7,147 Nice, but there’s one thing missing in that logo…the word “Shootout” where “Rivalry” is written.What would they use for the shootout? Washington Bullets?That was funny. Someone should have said so by now. You’re Khilling me, Smalls. Share this post 2,699 posts Share this post 0 0 419 Posted October 6, 2006 Members Location:Canada’s Vacation Paradise 13,833 The REAL Red River Rivalry is North Dakota vs. Minnesota in college hockey.That’s a good one. Don’t forget that many college athletes also get free tutoring and a training table as well.Why does everyone want to turn college sports int the NFL or the NBA? Share on other sites Link to post Members Link to post 573 888 BamaHater Location:Torrance, California Share this post Nice, but there’s one thing missing in that logo…the word “Shootout” where “Rivalry” is written. Geoff 13,833 Posted October 6, 2006 Share on other sites Share on other sites 2,008 posts KevinMcD Location:Toledo, OH Share this post Operator, number, please; it’s been so many years Do you has the five bucks? 9 Members Link to post SportsLogos.Net 8,640 posts dhamen0420 Ben5 0 Posted October 6, 2006 13,833 Members 0 Share this post 0 0 Sign in to follow this   Share on other sites 419 Posted October 6, 2006 Members Nice, but there’s one thing missing in that logo…the word “Shootout” where “Rivalry” is written.What would they use for the shootout? Washington Bullets? 0 KevinMcD 1,296 posts Share on other sites 7,147 Share this post 9 SportsLogos.Net Followers 0center_img 18 Posted October 6, 2006 Posted October 6, 2006 Lee. 888 Posted October 7, 2006 Lee. whitedawg22 419 Link to post Share on other sites 23,667 posts winghaz Location:Michigan Share on other sites LMU Location:Canada’s Vacation Paradise winghaz 13,833 DG_ThenNowForever Link to post Geoff Posted October 6, 2006 419 573 The REAL Red River Rivalry is North Dakota vs. Minnesota in college hockey. Members Location:Pensacola, FL winghaz LMU DG_ThenNowForever Posted October 7, 2006 Spearhead Link to post 419 23,667 posts Lee. Share on other sites Link to post 54 Share on other sites 573 Location:Seattle Recommended Posts Lee. Updated Red River Rivalry 9 Share on other sites Go To Topic Listing 0 Share this post 1 358 ice bandit 5,561 posts Posted October 6, 2006 0 Share this post Sports Logos Excellent point bills2005. Not to get away from the topic but most college athletes get a full ride, plus don’t forget meals and per diem on the road. I say most because I know baseball and other sports only get so many scholarships, but I would take a free education. When I was in school and studying athletic training, I had to put in more hours for practice, travel with the team, which was the same schedule they have, and for no pay or tuition. It was all for education, and I knew that going into it, just like college athletes know that they won’t get paid. People just need to accept it. If college athletes want to get paid, they should quit and get a job like millions of other people in the world, I am sure they will quickly go back to school…..Back to the topic, nice logo. (Steps down off soap-box) I agree 100%. Plus, they TONS of free gear. Shirts, shoes, warmups, hats, gloves, everything. I am a student manager, and I get about 75% of the stuff that the players get, plus maybe an extra shirt every week or so (trade bag). I’d venture to guess that at least 75% of the t-shirts in my closet have been given to me for free. Share on other sites Not affiliated with sportslogos.net Share this post 0 Followers 0 1 Share this post 1 0 0 Share this post Let’s Go Buff-a-lo! 0 Share on other sites 0 Members Share on other sites 358 Link to post 26,934 posts Posted October 6, 2006 All Activity Updated Red River Rivalry 4,538 posts Didn’t know if this had been brought up yet. Looks like they updated the mark for 2006 with a new sponsor… Share this post Anyone else notice they still call it the shootout on SportsCenter? Location:Fargo, N.D. Location:Fargo, N.D. The REAL Red River Rivalry is North Dakota vs. Minnesota in college hockey.Does NDSU have a team, or is it Sioux hockey all the way?Sue me, I never followed it when I lived in Dirrrtypeg. Members 54 0 winghaz 33,394 posts Spearhead All Activity Link to post 0 Forums Home Link to post Location:Republic of Texas Sign in to follow this   Ben5 Excellent point bills2005. Not to get away from the topic but most college athletes get a full ride, plus don’t forget meals and per diem on the road. I say most because I know baseball and other sports only get so many scholarships, but I would take a free education. When I was in school and studying athletic training, I had to put in more hours for practice, travel with the team, which was the same schedule they have, and for no pay or tuition. It was all for education, and I knew that going into it, just like college athletes know that they won’t get paid. People just need to accept it. If college athletes want to get paid, they should quit and get a job like millions of other people in the world, I am sure they will quickly go back to school…..Back to the topic, nice logo. (Steps down off soap-box) Posted October 6, 2006 Link to post meetthemets Posted October 6, 2006 Share on other sites What if there were no hypothetical questions? whitedawg22 54 0 This topic is now closed to further replies. 33,394 posts Sports Logo News Link to postlast_img read more

first_imgIn this September 24, 2009 file photo, Tiffany Perry, one of the UPMC athletic trainers, takes care of City League athletes by tending to a Carrick player on the sidelines. (Courier File Photo/Wlliam McBride)PITTSBURGH, May 22, 2015 – High school students interested in pursuing a sports medicine career or enhancing their athletic training-room skills are invited to attend the 18th annual High School Athletic Training Aide Workshop from July 28 to 30 at The Ellis School, 6425 Fifth Ave., Shadyside.This three-day workshop, hosted by UPMC Sports Medicine, is designed for high school students to learn about the basic skills and knowledge necessary for careers in sports medicine. The workshop will expose students to key areas of sports medicine through lectures and practice in athletic training techniques and procedures.An extensive amount of lab time will focus on skills that students can use in their scholastic athletic-training environments. Students will learn how to prepare for an athletic training program in college. They also will have the option to receive instruction in American Heart Association adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and the use of automated external defibrillators (AEDs). The workshop will include information and training on concussions in sports and the role of a high school athletic trainer aide.“Our workshop provides high school students with a foundation to understand the role the athletic trainer fills at many types of institutions as well as providing a general background for the many fields available in sports medicine,“ said coordinator Bill Couts, A.T.C., a certified athletic trainer at the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine.The fee for the program is $55 if paid by July 10, then $65 from July 11 through the end of registration. The cost includes course and lab materials, daily breakfast and lunch, plus a T-shirt. The optional CPR and AED certifications cost an additional $10 total. Supervising certified athletic trainers are welcome to accompany the high school students at no charge. Free parking will be provided by The Ellis School. Space is limited. For questions or to register, please call the UPMC Center for Sports Medicine at 412-432-3770. The brochure is available on the WPIAL website.last_img read more

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