Borda earned four varsity letters as a defenseman at Gonzaga College High School, helping the Eagles to 78 wins and four WCAC Championships. A senior captain, he scooped up 88 ground balls in 2013 to earn US Lacrosse All America, Washington Post First Team All MET and First Team All WCAC honors and was named the team MPV. Borda finished with 273 career ground balls and contributed 15 goals and 20 assists, as he received recognition from the WCAC in all four seasons..
“We will find out what happened. We will do everything we can to keep it from happening again, and we will not let these mistakes define our university and what we stand for,” Thorp said. “We will use this to be a better university, a better athletic department, and a better football program in the years to come.”.
Hailey Weaver put home a rebound on a Cassidy Walker shot 18 minutes into the game to get the Vikings (6 9 2) going, then Cadence Gross ripped in a shot from 18 yards out to make it 2 0 with 7:01 left in the first half. Weaver got a second goal to make it 3 0 at the half, then Weaver sent in a cross that Macy Fellers finished to kick off the second half. Walker then scored on another assist by Weaver, then Anna Broerman sent a pass that Isabella Waite finished to cap the scoring..
The hall of famer everybody. A week ago, the mississippi state women clinched the sec regular season title. The bulldogs wrapped up the regular season this afternoon in lexington. “When it comes to whether or not a hard line stance is realistic or not, I would say it’s not realistic for me and I pray to God I’m not wrong,” said Pat. “I can’t stop my children from living and if they’re going to be out in the world, they will make decisions for themselves. If they choose to drink alcohol, then I want to be informed, connected and in a position to guide them as best I can.
Washburne, who grew up on a farm in Ohio and started playing trombone in a school band, didn’t plan to become a Latin jazz musician. But when he was a graduate student at the New England Conservatory in Boston, practicing late one night, a stagehand who moonlighted as a trombone player knocked on his practice room door. “He couldn’t make it to a gig that night, he was double booked,” Washburne recalls, and needed someone to fill in with a salsa band.
Good books make us think; great books make us want to share our ideas. Mississippi novelist Greg Iles writes about racial injustice, corruption and family ties fuel for conversation in his new thriller, “The Bone Tree.” The Huntsville Library Foundation promises an evening of lively conversation when Iles returns to town on Thursday, Sept. In the Chan Auditorium on the University of Alabama Huntsville campus.