The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident report between Wednesday, Jan. 4 and Monday, Jan. 9. Crimes against a personAt 12:43 p.m. on Jan. 9, a suspect approached a non-USC female who was standing at a bus stop at 37th Street and Vermont Avenue, asked for the time and forcibly pulled a chain from around her neck. DPS officers on routine patrol happened upon the scene and the suspect was detained after a short pursuit. The suspect was positively identified by the female during a field “show-up,” then he was arrested and transported for booking.Crimes against propertyat 10:24 P.M. on Jan. 4, a suspect pulled off a screen at 1362 30th St., opened an unsecured window and climbed through it to gain entry. The suspect then removed ten steaks, eighteen eggs and a bag.Miscellaneous incidentsat 1:16 P.M. on Jan. 9, a staff member reported that he observed a suspect loitering on the fire escape outside a laboratory at the Zumberge Hall of Science. When the subject realized that he was being watched, he fled down the fire escape with a second suspect who was inside the lab. DPS officers responded and conducted a search, but were unable to locate the suspects. The staff member inspected the lab and stated it did not appear that any property had been removed.at 12:11 P.M. on Jan. 9, DPS officers responded to a report of a suspect sleeping on the ground in front of the United University Church and detained her for investigation. The officers advised the suspect against trespassing on university property, then she was escorted off campus and released.At 3:28 p.m. on Jan. 5, DPS officers responded to a non-USC male who fell out of his wheelchair inside the Keck Hospital parking building. The male was not injured and LAFD Unit #16 was at the scene assisting him into his vehicle when the officers arrived. The male then drove away without further incident.At 10:18 p.m. on Jan. 4, a student was cited to Judicial Affairs at 27th and Hoover streets for uncooperative and belligerent behavior with DPS officers who detained him for questioning after he was observed behaving suspiciously.At 4:28 p.m. on Jan. 4, a non-USC male entered the lobby of Keck Medical Hospital of USC and began screaming that he had been stabbed. A Rapid Response Team responded to the scene and found no injuries to the male, but he was suffering from an unidentified medical problem. The male was then transported to Alhambra Hospital for medical treatment.At 2:38 p.m. on Jan. 4, DPS officers responded to a fire alarm activation in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center due to smoke from a lit cooking fuel cannister that was discarded in a trash can. The fuel was extinguished and properly disposed of by Fire Safety personnel who also responded to the scene. They reset the alarm and cleared the building for reentry.
Younes Limam’s body language hasn’t changed all season when addressing the media. The fifth-year Syracuse head coach stands with his arms crossed and mulls over each question before responding. Regardless if SU has just won or lost, Limam believes in his team, he said, and defends their play.This year, No. 32 Syracuse (10-6, 3-4 Atlantic Coast) hasn’t had the same success it did last season, countering Limam’s early expectations of his team. He’s said multiple times this season that the Orange have the potential to win all six singles matches and take all seven points in a match. Wins against then-No. 30 Virginia Tech and then-No. 3 Georgia Tech showed the Orange could do it last season. But the results haven’t come in 2019 with just one win against six ranked opponents.“I’m a big believer on playing a tough schedule,” Limam said. “It’s only going to get harder the next couple of weeks, and our ultimate goal is to be ready in May and at the end of April.”Since defeating then-No. 9 Michigan in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, Syracuse has had opportunities to defeat top teams — then-No. 19 Virginia, then-No. 16 Ohio State, then-No. 7 Pepperdine — but hasn’t capitalized.In SU’s loss on Sunday to then-No. 15 Wake Forest, it happened again. The depth Limam raved about, third singles and down, lost their matches. The Orange dropped both first and third doubles in tiebreakers, but the SU head coach still felt his players played some of their best tennis all year.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“You look at every match, the main thing is to compete hard, extremely hard from start to finish,” Limam said, “and I think we’ve done that the last two matches. Now we need to have that same mentality on a daily basis.”To create day-to-day intensity, Syracuse has turned to with the idea that every point is a deuce point. It creates an “urgency,” Limam said, and the mindset that there are “no points off” against ranked teams.After a loss to No. 37 Georgia Tech on March 3, Syracuse started practicing doubles with more intensity, Dina Hegab said. Fast starts are key because the matches are only one set, and top teams won’t relinquish early leads. And slowly, the Orange’s doubles play has followed suit.“We played one of our best doubles this past weekend, and just came up a little bit short,” Limam said. “But I’m very pleased on the direction that the team is headed.”As Syracuse starts the brunt of its conference play, it’ll face five top-25 opponents in the span of less than a month, including three-straight starting on Sunday against No. 15 Florida State. When SU earned its highest ranking in program history earlier this year at No. 10, its rise as a top program in the ACC was being quantified. Coming out of its ranked stretch of games with a winning record would improve its ranking, which has dipped 22 spots.As the questions began this week, Limam stayed loose even though SU was coming off another loss on Sunday. He continued to defend his team’s performance and repeated what he has preached all season.“I still go back to, we are a deep team,” Limam said. “We’re going to have a very special team when everybody plays at their potential.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on March 19, 2019 at 10:57 pm Contact Arabdho: email@example.com | @aromajumder
The golfer paid tribute to his daughter stating the way she fought for her life was “pretty inspiring” and that little Mia will continue to inspire him and his family. Addressing how his family will move past the tragic incident, Villegas said: “Crazy enough, I can’t change anything that happened in the past but I, my family, my wife, can have a good attitude and reshape what’s happening today and what’s going to happen in the future. My wife is back home with her mum. We’ll slowly start getting back to normal.”Also Read | Trout Gets Another Up-and-in Heater From SF Pitcher In LossIt was then that Camilo Villegas broke down as he recalled the beautiful time he got to spend with his daughter. The 38-year-old said his inactivity from golf due to a shoulder injury was a blessing in disguise as he got spend the time of his life with his daughter. Villegas said the 22 months with his daughter were easily the best time of his life.”I’m also very thankful about something, to be honest. I haven’t played golf in a long time, due to a shoulder injury, and I had a chance to be with my little one for 22 months,” he said. “Why did that happen? I have no clue, but if I would’ve played golf during that time, I would’ve enjoyed my daughter maybe half of the time. So hey, things happen for a reason.”Camilo Villegas was tied at No. 30 at the end of Round 1. Jimmy Stanger and Nick Hardy shared the top spot at the end of Day 1 after posting matching rounds of 6-under 65. Lee Hodges and Cameron Young closely followed, tied at No. 3, after ending Day 1 at 5-under 66. Also Read | COVID Outbreak Causes Fresh Disruption To New Zealand RugbyAlso Read | Late Strom Thurmond Name On U Of South Carolina Complex Eyed(Image credits: Camilo Villegas Instagram) SUBSCRIBE TO US “I can feel the love. I can feel the energy.” ❤️Camilo Villegas returns to competition this week @NCHC_Golf, inspired to honor the legacy of his young daughter Mia, who tragically passed away last month. pic.twitter.com/iA8zCHUJ1v— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) August 19, 2020 COMMENT Written By Sujay Chakraborty First Published: 21st August, 2020 16:21 IST 6 months ago Nick Taylor wins at Pebble Beach, Mickelson finishes 3rd WE RECOMMEND FOLLOW US Last Updated: 21st August, 2020 16:22 IST Camilo Villegas Breaks Down Ahead Of First Golf Start Since Daughter Mia’s Tragic Death PGA Tour winner Camilo Villegas broke down in his first interview since his daughter Mia’s death last month. Villegas made his first start on Thursday. 1 month ago Koepka matches career best round for lead at WGC in Memphis WATCH US LIVE Also Read | Washington Football Team Head Coach Ron Rivera Diagnosed With Cancer In The NeckCamilo Villegas interview upon golf returnCamilo Villegas made his first appearance since losing his daughter at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour. Speaking to reporters ahead of the golf showdown, Villegas said: “Obviously we wanted her to be here with us but it got to a point where it got pretty crazy and the best thing turned out for her rest. She’s not here with us physically, but she’ll remain in our hearts forever.” LIVE TV PGA Tour winner Camilo Villegas was overwhelmed with emotion in his first interview since the tragic death of his 22-month-old daughter Mia. The 38-year-old’s daughter passed away last month in Miami after being diagnosed with cancer. Tumours were identified in her brain and spine back in February, after which Mia underwent surgery and chemotherapy in Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments . A Ryleigh Buck home run against Winfield in regional championship.Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” In its 31st year of honoring the nationâ€™s best high school athletes, The Gatorade Company, in collaboration with USA TODAY High School Sports, today announced Ryleigh Buck of Wellington High School as its 2015-16 Gatorade Kansas Softball Player of the Year.Ryleigh BuckBuck is the first Gatorade Kansas Softball Player of the Year to be chosen from Wellington High School. The award, which recognizes not only outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field, distinguishes Buck as Kansasâ€™s best high school softball player.Now a finalist for the prestigious Gatorade National Softball Player of the Year award announced in June, Buck joins an elite alumni association of past state award-winners in 12 sports, including Alicia Hollowell (2000-01, Fairfield HS, Calif.), Derek Jeter (1991-92, Kalamazoo HS, Mich.), Candace Parker (2001-02, Naperville Central HS, Ill.), Abby Wambach (1997-98, Our Lady of Mercy, N.Y.), Mark Sanchez (2004-05, Mission Viejo HS, Calif.), Angela Tincher (2002-03, James River HS, Va.) and Kenzie Fowler (2006-07, Canyon del Oro HS, Ariz.).The 5-foot-9 senior shortstop compiled a .634 batting average with five home runs and 37 RBI this past season, leading the Crusaders (17-6) to the Class 4A-Division I state tournament quarterfinals.Buck banged out 12 doubles, five triples, scored 53 runs and stole 38 bases in 38 attempts to lead Wellington to its first state tournament berth in 21 years.A member of the Team USA Womenâ€™s National Baseball Team, Buck finished the season with a .714 on-base percentage and a 1.155 slugging percentage while committing just two errors in the field. Buck maintained a 4.0 GPA in the classroom and graduated last month as her class valedictorian. She has volunteered locally with Students Against Destructive Decisions and as an elementary school tutor.â€œWellington has had a breakthrough season and Ryleigh has been the catalyst for their success,â€ said Chuck Schrader, head coach of Clearwater High. â€œOffensively, she can hit for power and average and comes up with the big hit when her team needs it most. On the defensive side of the ball she handles the left side of the infield. She has outstanding range and a strong throwing arm.â€Buck has signed a National Letter of Intent to play softball on an athletic scholarship at the University of Central Florida beginning this fall. The Gatorade Player of the Year program annually recognizes one winner in the District of Columbia and each of the 50 states that sanction high school football, girls volleyball, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, baseball, softball, and boys and girls track & field, and awards one National Player of the Year in each sport.The selection process is administered by the Gatorade high school sports leadership team in partnership with USA TODAY High School Sports, which work with top sport-specific experts and a media advisory board of accomplished, veteran prep sports journalists to determine the state winners in each sport.Ryleigh Buck on USA Women’s Baseball team.Buck joins recent Gatorade Kansas Softball Players of the Year Brittany Finney (2014-15, Bishop Carroll Catholic High School), Allison Stewart (2013-14, 2012-13 & 2011-12, Olathe East High School), Shelby Davis,(2010-11, Goddard High School), Kelsey Stewart, (2009- 10, Arkansas City High School), Nikki Armagost (2008-09, Andover Central High School), Paige Ladenburger (2007â€“08, Washburn Rural High School), and Eranne Daugharthy, (2006-07, Olathe East High School) among the stateâ€™s list of former award winners.To keep up to date on the latest happenings, become a fan of Gatorade Player of the Year on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. For more on the Gatorade Player of the Year program, including nomination information, a complete list of past winners and the announcement of the Gatorade National Player of the Year, visit www.gatorade.com/poyBuck during regular season opening win against Augusta.Follow us on Twitter.