LinkedIn 0 Joint Master Degree in Smart Systems Integration (SSI) Deadline: 27 January 2016Open to: outstanding achievement in the first degree of electrical engineering, electronics, computer engineering, physics, materials science, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering or a closely related disciplineScholarship: tuition fee, travel costs, installation, and monthly grant of EUR 1,000DescriptionA Consortium consisting of three reputable European institutions: Heriot-Watt University in Scotland (HW), Buskerud and Vestfold University College in Norway (HBV) and Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Hungary (BME) are introducing a new two-year Master course called Joint International Master in Smart Systems Integration (SSI).Smart Systems are defined as self-sufficient intelligent (sub-)systems with advanced functionality, enabled by underlying micro- nano- and bio-systems and components. Because they enable and enhance products and services in every walk of life, Smart Systems are of strategic importance for the competitiveness of entire sectors and economies in Europe.SSI has been developed to meet the present and future needs in manpower from the increasingly industry relevant area of MicroSystems Technology (MST). These systems, such as airbag crash sensors, inkjet printer heads, lab-on-a chip systems and smart phones function through the integration of electronic processing with biological, mechanical or optical functions.EligibilityAll applicants must have outstanding achievement in the applicant’s first degree which should be in either electrical engineering, electronics, computer engineering, physics, materials science, mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering or a closely related discipline.Partner Countries scholarships (formely known as category A scholarships) can be awarded to third-country masters students selected by EMMC consortia who come from a country other than one of the 28 EU member states, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Republic of Macedonia and who are not residents nor have carried out their main activity (studies, training or work) for more than a total of 12 months over the last five years in these countries.Programme Countries scholarships (formely known as category B scholarships) can be awarded to European masters students selected by EMMC consortia as well as to any masters students selected by EMMC consortia who do not fulfill the Partner Countries criteria defined above.Students from the 28 European Union member states, Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey and Republic of Macedonia should select this category.ScholarshipPartner Country scholarships (former category A)Contribution to the participation costs. A sum of EUR 7,750 per year per scholarship;Contribution to the travel and installation costs. EUR 2,000 per year for travel costs + EUR 1,000 for installation costs for scholarship holder resident of a Partner Country whose location is situated at less than 4,000 km from the JMD coordinating HEI;EUR 3,000 EUR per year for travel costs + EUR 1,000 for installation costs for scholarship holder resident of a Partner Country whose location is situated at 4,000 km or more from the JMD coordinating HEI. Contribution to subsistence costs. EUR 1, 000 per month for the entire duration of the EMMC study programme (24 months maximum).Programme Country scholarships (former category B)Contribution to the participation costs. A sum of EUR 4,000 per year per scholarship;Contribution to the travel and installation costs. EUR 1,000 per year per scholarship holder resident of a Programme Country for travel costs;Contribution to subsistence costs. EUR 1000 per month for the entire duration of the EMMC study programme (24 months maximum).How to apply?Login into the system;Click on this link and follow the video guide;– OR –Create a user profile for yourself and log in the admission site;Select the ‘Taught PG, UK’ application type;Fill out your personal data;From your application checklist click on ‘Planned Programme of Study’;Select ‘Smart Systems Integration, MSc’;After that complete your application checklist regarding the instructions provided on the webpage;If you’re unsure whether you are allowed to apply or you have questions regarding the programme, please visit the FAQ site.Please note carefully that partner country applicants must have completed their degree by the deadline for applications, 6 January 2016 or their application will be rejected. The deadline for programme country applicants is the 27 January 2016.For more information please visit the official website. Reddit +1 November 13, 2015 Published by Gorica Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Pocket Share 0 Similar Stories ← PhD Research Fellowship in Population Genomics/Genetics CERN Post Career Break Graduate Fellowship →
Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Featured image: Stock In Cape Town, South Africa, residents and businesses are implementing water-saving strategies to reduce their impact on this rapidly decreasing municipal resource.Water augmentation has become a hot topic of late, as many industries and the city are exploring viable solutions and methods of extracting water in a sustainable and affordable manner.In a radio interview with Channel Africa, ESI Africa editor, Nicolette Pombo van Zyl, explains how water efficiency is fast becoming a priority at decision-making level.“With everybody working together, we have been able to see that it is manageable and we can actually reach the usage target [set by the City of Cape Town], which is 550 million litres of water per day.”She added that any industry that requires water is being impacted in the City of Cape Town and surrounds.<a href=”https://iono.fm/e/533491″>Content hosted by iono.fm</a>The city’s newly proposed measures for 2018 currently under consideration for implementation to maintain water supplies, include:Introducing punitive tariffs to target water abusersFutuer implementation of demand management devices and flow restrictorsSever pressure management that may disrupt water supplyWith the dam levels constantly being monitored the city’s deputy mayor yesterday reported that Day Zero has been pushed back to July 9 from June 4 due to a decline in water usage.In the event that Day Zero does arrive, the water reticulation network will be turned off to 75% of the city and residents will have to collect water from points of distribution.To help address the topic of water solutions and the way forward, ESI Africa will be hosting a water-focused webinar on Thursday, 8 March at 15h00 CEST, where a panel of industry experts will be discussing the way forward by means of temporary and permanent solutions, best practice and lessons learned.Register your spot today. Generation UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development Previous articleEnergy department ready to publish IRP, says Minister MahloboNext articleGE Power to assist Ghanaian firm with innovative energy solutions Ashley TheronAshley Theron-Ord is based in Cape Town, South Africa at Clarion Events-Africa. She is the Senior Content Producer across media brands including ESI Africa, Smart Energy International, Power Engineering International and Mining Review Africa. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR BRICS Finance and Policy
Is Background Check Required?YesPosting NumberPGCC155911/12Open Date02/11/2021Close DateOpen Until FilledYesBackground Check StatementPrince George’s Community College is committed to providing a safecampus community. PGCC conducts background investigations forapplicants being considered for employment. Backgroundinvestigations include reference checks, a criminal history recordcheck, education verification, and when appropriate, a financial(credit) report or driving history check.Special Instructions to Applicants Master’s degree in English, or equivalent*.One year full-time, or equivalent part-time teaching experienceat the college or high school level in composition and/orbusiness/technical writing. Extent and relevance of graduate educational preparation toanticipated teaching assignments in composition andbusiness/technical writing.Relevance of teaching experience to anticipated teachingassignments.Relevance of non-teaching professional experience toanticipated teaching assignments.Evidence of quality teaching, including faculty evaluationscores and ratings, teaching awards earned, courses designed,developed, and/or revised, etc.Evidence of knowledge of and experience in employinginstructional methods and techniques that includeinter-disciplinary teaching and other approaches appropriate todifferent student learning styles.Evidence of currency in professional discipline throughcontinuing education, professional development, and/or scholarlyactivity.Evidence of readiness and/or willingness to use technology inthe classroom.Evidence of ability to teach effectively within, and contributepositively to, a diverse, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural studentpopulation and campus environment.Willingness to teach day, evening, weekends, and/oronline. * Which of the following best describes your level of completededucation? (Education details must be included in yourapplication.)Master’s Degree or above from an accreditedcollege/universityBachelor’s Degree from an accredited college/universityAssociate’s Degree from an accredited college/universityOne to two years of college credit (30 credit hours isequivalent to one year)Less than 30 credits from an accredited college/universityHigh School Diploma or GEDNone of the above How did you hear about this employment opportunity? If youselected ‘Other’ please indicate source:(Open Ended Question) Degree from an accredited institution.Unofficial transcripts must accompany application for teachingpositions. Before an applicant can be recommended for hire, he/shemust have an unofficial transcript on file with the college.Official transcripts of academic work required upon an offer ofemployment.At least three letters of reference must be job related anddated within the past three years.Documentation of experience and performance required.Ability to communicate effectively in spoken and writtenstandard English.As required by the 1986 Immigration Act, be prepared to presentacceptable documentation showing your identity and that you are aU.S. citizen or an alien who is authorized to work. *Satisfactory completion of 30 semester hours or more of relevantacademic study in an accredited doctoral program may, at thediscretion of the Vice President, be determined to meet thisrequirement.CriteriaCRITERIA : The following criteria will be used to review theapplications of those candidates who meet the minimumqualifications and select those who will be invited for aninterview. Candidates for teaching positions who are invited for aninterview will be asked to demonstrate their teaching effectivenessin a simulated classroom, laboratory, or other relevant pedagogicalsituation, the conditions of which will be determined in advanceand shared with all candidates prior to interview. In addition tothe criteria listed below, other information gained from, andobservations made during the interview process, including thereview committee’s assessment of a simulated teaching performance,may be considered in selecting candidates to be recommended forappointment. Job Requirements The college is currently in a Modified Academic and BusinessOperation ( MABO ) model, which means some of the work is beingperformed from remote locations. When the conditions permit, basedon CDC and College Administrator’s guidelines, employees will berequired to resume their work on campus as directed by management.This position is located in the state of Maryland.Posting Specific QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Job Vacancy AnnouncementPosition TitleResident Faculty – EnglishPosition TypeFacultyDepartmentEnglishFLSAExemptUnion/Non UnionNon UnionFull Time or Part TimeFull TimeGrade.Salary RangeHiring Salary RangeSalary commensurate with education and experienceFixed Term/Tenure Track (Faculty Only)Fixed TermRegular or TemporaryRegularJob Description SummaryPrince George’s Community College is recruiting for a full-timefixed-term English faculty position effective Fall 2021 (pendingbudget approval). Annual salary paid over ten months, with benefitsextending to the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 2022. If afixed-term contract is renewed for second-year benefits willcontinue through the summer months. Persons hired into the rolehave the potential to count their years as a fixed-term facultymember towards continuing tenure status upon offer. Applicantsshould demonstrate a commitment to high-quality undergraduateeducation. Preference will be given to candidates with degrees incomposition and rhetoric, as well with expertise in the fields oftechnical and business writing and with experience teaching at thecollege level.Resident Faculty: A termed faculty position, renewableannually in accordance with the contract.Minimum Qualifications * Do you have one year full-time or equivalent part-timeteaching experience at the college or high school level incomposition/rhetoric or business/technical writing?YesNo * Please provide evidence of your ability to effectively useinstructional technology (Internet, instructional software,Learning Management System, videoconferencing, etc.).(Open Ended Question)* How did you hear about this employment opportunity?HERCHigherEd JobsHispanic OutlookIndeedPersonal ReferralPGCC WebsiteSocial Media (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook)The Chronicle of Higher EdThe Washington PostOther: Please indicate belowEducause Applications submitted by February 24, 2021 will receivefirst consideration. This position is open until filled.Teaching Demonstration: Candidates who are invited foran interview will be asked to demonstrate their teachingeffectiveness in a simulated classroom, laboratory, or otherrelevant pedagogical situation, the conditions of which will bedetermined in advance and shared with all candidates prior to theinterview.Letters of Recommendations: Can be uploaded during theapplication process or submitted prior to scheduled interview.Application Status: You will receive an emailacknowledging receipt of your application, upon which time nofurther communication occurs unless selected for an interview orthe position is filled. If recommended for hire, communication isimmediately sent to your references listed on your application.Also, you will receive an email notification from HireRightrequesting you to submit authorization to complete a backgroundinvestigation. 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ADXV Series DAS now supports 5G NR on both Medium Power Remote Unit (MPR) (37 dBm) and High Power Remote Unit (HPR) (46 dBm). SDR-ICS Series outdoor modular repeater features ADRF’s patented Interference Cancellation System (ICS) and 43 dBm of output power. SDR Series is the first commercial grade indoor modular repeater to support 5G NR and allows backward compatibility supporting up to 20 MHz for 4G LTE-TDD. ADRF will showcase its 5G NR products at Verizon Technology User Forum (VZTUF) from January 13-16, 2019. To learn more about ADRF’s suite of products including DAS, repeaters, antennas, and passive components, click here. Advanced RF Technologies (ADRF) has announced the commercial availability of 5G New Radio (5G NR) capable DAS and repeater solutions.5G NR aims to significantly lower the cost-per-bit with new levels of reliability, security, and latency. The three primary 5G use cases include Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) whereby multitudes of people can experience seamless ultra-high speed anywhere, Massive Machine Type Communications (mMTC) (i.e., Internet of Things) that can connect a vast number of devices, and Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC) which can deliver real-time connection without data delay for safety-critical applications.Mobile network operators, neutral host operators, or enterprises themselves, today, can deploy the future-proof, yet cost-effective 5G NR solutions by ADRF. The solutions include:
Rugby League Scott Drinkwater has struggled to adapt to North Queensland’s defensive system but would still prefer to be in the frontline at five-eighth rather than fullback. After a month out with a knee injury, Drinkwater wore the No.1 in last Saturday’s 31-30 loss to the Rabbitohs and set up two tries with kicks. The 23-year-old, who played 10 games at fullback in 2019, likes being the custodian but reiterated he sees himself as a half. “I think I like getting the ball earlier. I always played [five-eighth] growing up until probably two years ago,” he said. However, Drinkwater acknowledged his defence needs work. The Terrigal product has missed 31 tackles this year – the equal-second most of any Cowboy – with an average of 3.1 per game. He evaluated his efforts after a torrid night against the Roosters in round nine where he played the last 27 minutes with an MCL problem, missing five tackles and making four handling errors. “I had a shocker against the Roosters and I was a bit devastated for a couple of weeks,” Drinkwater said. ”And with the injury it didn’t help. I tried to get away from footy a little bit there. I was pretty gutted about my injury and the game. “Coming back into training, I looked at my defence and the way structurally our defensive system is. “I’ve still got a lot to learn though. It’s a totally new system to what I defended in at Melbourne. It’s something that I’ve always got to keep working and improving on and I want to do that. “Last week it was alright because I was just at fullback, but it’s been a little bit tough at the start. “Against the Roosters our left edge got carved up a bit, probably due to my movements not being the same as the other players.” Interim coach Josh Hannay believes Drinkwater can “make a great five-eighth” while Valentine Holmes, set to return from ankle surgery next week, is a long-term fullback. Drinkwater met with Hannay on Tuesday to gauge his opinion on where he is best suited but said he’s not worried about his place in the squad and would “let my footy do the talking”. That confidence was evident last week when he produced an early-tackle cross-field kick, from his own 20-metre line, that winger Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow gathered and dashed away for a stunning try. “I’d like to say [it was] instinctive, but I’ll give that one to [assistant coach] Aaron Payne,” Drinkwater said. – NRL.com
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The event is this year sponsored by County Galway Credit Unions and Kevin Dwyer went along to the launch. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Kevin also spoke to Rob Glynn of St Anthony and Claddagh Credit UnionAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/ROB%20GLYNN%20GOLF%20CLASSIC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Kevin then spoke to Former Galway Great Pat DonnellanAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/PAT%20DONNELLAN%20GOLF%20CLASSIC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. He first spoke to the Chairman of County Galway Credit Unions John MurphyAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/JOHN%20MURPHY%20GOLF%20CLASSIC.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Bearna Golf Club will be the venue for the 2018 Galway GAA Golf Classic on the 20th and 21st of July with all funds raised going towards the preparation of Galway’s Inter-County Teams in both hurling and football.
MAURICIO POCHETTINO has flattened Manchester United’s hopes of luring him to Old Trafford.Spurs’ Argentine boss is top of United’s list to replace Jose Mourinho if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.3 Mauricio Pochettino shrugged off interest from Manchester United and insists he is happy at TottenhamCredit: Getty – ContributorBut Pochettino insists he is staying where he feels appreciated and has no intention of walking out on his £170,000-a-week contract.“I feel happy here in Tottenham because the club values and recognises the job we have done.“So I don’t need to listen to the talk that is going around because the most most important thing is how welcome you are made to feel in your home.”Pochettino, 46, revealed that he has barely spoken to Levy in recent weeks because the Spurs chairman is so busy overseeing the completion of the club’s new £800million stadium.3 Pochettino is happy with life in North London but admits it is hard to succeed on limited resourcesCredit: Getty – ContributorManchester United want Mauricio Pochettino as their boss but it will cost them £40m to get the Tottenham bossHe said: “In the last two weeks I have had one message from him.“He is so busy with the stadium I think he must be working there.“I joked with him ‘Daniel, am I not your priority anymore?’ And he replied ‘Yesterday I spent two hours trying to sort out your Christmas present’.“He said he is going to surprise me. Maybe he is preparing the stadium!”Yet Pochettino admits that he is facing an uphill struggle to achieve his big-time ambitions at Tottenham and says: “Just to be in the top four is more than success for us.BRO MESSAGEBobby Charlton’s touching tribute to Jack revealed as he misses funeral serviceFRESH OUTFITMicah Richards pokes fun at Roy Keane backstage at Sky Sports studiosFALL OF TROYDeeney calls Sky reporter ‘cheeky b******’ after he asks about retirementSHOTS FIREDDenis Irwin’s son trolls Liverpool fans with savage Steven Gerrard tweetPicturedC’MON THE LADSRamos’ becomes dad again as wife gives birth to FOURTH son Maximo AdrianoVideoROY MEANKeane says ‘that’s why they never win anything’ as Villa celebrate staying upPicturedHARRY’S HEROES Kane says goodbye to Tottenham team-mates Vertonghen and VormRED LETTER DAYKeane and Neville urge Man Utd to invest big after securing Champions LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATESTMan Utd transfer news LIVE: All the gossip and updates from Old TraffordGREAT SCENERonnie Whelan celebrates with grandson as Liverpool lift Premier League trophy“Of course the hope is to one day win a title like the Premier League or the Champions League.“But the first step is to try to be consistently in the top four and that is not easy because Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, City and United are on a different level of investment.“We are so far from those big sides in finances. When you compare the budgets of the Premier League clubs, we are in the same position as Everton, West Ham, Southampton, Leicester and Fulham.“People were so pessimistic about Tottenham after what happened in the summer when there were no signings and the stadium was delayed.“But we have eight more points than we had at the same stage of last season and we have a decisive Champions League game coming up against Barcelona.3 Pochettino says Daniel Levy is too busy working on getting the new stadium ready to speak to himCredit: Reuters“Many people didn’t believe we’d be here but so far, so good.”Pochettino admits that full-back Kieran Trippier will miss Tuesday’s win-or-bust trip to the Nou Camp with a groin problem.And he blames England for the defender’s problems after making him play in the meaingless World Cup play-off in July.He said: “When a player asks to come off in a World Cup semi-final even though all the substitutes have been used it because he has a problem.“For me, it is impossible in those circumstances to play again three days later and it was a bit weird that Kieran was then picked for that third-place game.Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says he will always have affection for Southampton “That’s where the problems started for Kieran but I haven’t spoken to England about it because I have a clear and honest relationship with their manager.”Now Pochettino is desperate to give Harry Kane a well-deserved rest but is struggling to find a gap in Tottenham’s hectic calendar.The England skipper has already played 25 games for club and country this season and has started in all of Tottenham’s Premier League and Champions League games.“At the moment Harry still has plenty of energy and that is why he plays. But every day we are assessing the player.“Harry is one of the best players in Europe and there is no point to rest him if he is OK to play.“He is going so well for us this season and I hope it continues., But we are thinking that in some games soon we will need to rest him.”It’s match week 16 of the Premier League as Chelsea take on Manchester City and Leicester take on Tottenham
Southeastern scored added four runs in the eighth to finish out the scoring. McNeese (20-13) got out to a quick 2-0 lead in the top half of the second inning following an RBI-bunt from catcher Cameron Toole and a run that was plated following a ULM fielding error. The Warhawks (16-14) responded in the bottom of the inning as Danny Springer deposited a two-run homer over the left field wall to tie the ballgame at two runs apiece. ULM would eventually find themselves in a three run lead over the Pokes after five innings. Junior right fielder Julian Service ripped a one-out triple into the left-center field gap in the bottom of the first. He scored on the next play as designated hitter Daniel Midyett reached on an error by the first baseman. Lamar 11, Grambling 4Recap to follow. Southeastern rallied for a trio of two-out runs in the second and tacked on a run in the third to go up 5-2 over the Jaguars. Cody Brannon (3-1) picked up the win for UTSA, throwing five innings of scoreless relief, allowing two hits, while striking out three and walking one. Starter Logan Onda gave up two runs on six hits in three innings. – Return to top – Daniel Midyett and Kevin Carr produced back-to-back singles leading off the seventh. Southeastern, which put runners on in every inning, got the leadoff hitter aboard in each of its last six trips to the plate. Junior lefthander Weston Wick (0-1) took the loss for the Huskies, allowing three runs, only one earned, on four hits with four strikeouts in five innings. Pinch hitter Ryan Byers greeted left-hander Austin Stephens with a sacrifice bunt and the Lions had both runners in motion on the squeeze play. Carr scored easily from third, but as Stephens fielded and tossed the ball to first, Menard rounded the bag at third with a full head of steam. The sophomore from Lafayette, Louisiana, scored ahead of a return throw from first. Preston followed with his team-high sixth home run, a two-out, two-run shot that closed the gap to 6-3. First baseman Joey Pinney followed with his first career home run and, after Hayden Steele was hit by a pitch, Braxton Phillips added another two-run shot to tie the game and get the Bears back in it. Southeastern (25-9) swept the season series from South Alabama (22-12). The Lion offense clicked early. In the third inning, the Bears got their first hit of the game off UAPB starter Jerimiah Figueroa, a home run from shortstop Logan Preston. Center fielder Tyler Langley started the six-run inning by reaching on a throwing error. He stole second, advanced to third on a passed ball and scored on Wesley Hoover’s ground out. Brinley added another run with a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the seventh inning. An RBI single by Anthony Lucas accounted for the Demons’ second run in the eighth inning. First baseman Chase Daughdrill added a three-run homer down the left field line with two out in the top of the ninth. Holding a three-run lead heading into the seventh, the Lions were looking to pick up a few insurance runs late. Southeastern Louisiana 12, South Alabama 2HAMMOND, La. – Southeastern Louisiana knocked off the University of South Alabama for the second time this season, defeating the Jaguars 12-2 Tuesday on Military Appreciation Night at Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field. The Cowboys scratched across a run in the top of the sixth inning following a sacrifice fly from Lucas Quary and cut the ULM lead to just two runs. Down 1-0, the Kats posted a six-run, six-hit inning in the third that featured the grand slam along with triples by pinch hitter Trevor Winne and shortstop Miles Manning. Louisiana-Monroe 7, McNeese State 1MONROE, La. – A pair of long balls was the difference maker in Tuesday evening’s contest between the McNeese State baseball team and the University of Louisiana at Monroe as the Warhawks powered their way to a 7-3 victory over the Cowboys to take the first of a two-game series at Warhawk Field. Left fielder Hayden Simerly led off the six-run third inning with single through the left side. Two hard hit outs to center field had the Demons an out away from ending the inning. But Winne’s triple up the left field line scored Simerly and opened the flood gates. UCA returns to Southland Conference action at home this weekend, hosting the Nicholls Colonels beginning at 6 p.m. Friday The Demons loaded the bases with no outs in the top of the third but failed to get a run across. After Bisacca took over in relief for Bearkat starter Dylan Ebbs, catcher C. J. Webster lined out to short and Fry hit into a double play. Cole Stapler (2-1) took the loss, surrendering three runs (two earned) on six hits through three innings on the hill. A single down the left field line by right-fielder Caleb Dugan scored the Demons’ first run in the second inning. The hit scored second baseman David Fry who reached first on an infield error. Arkansas-Pine Bluff 14, Central Arkansas 9CONWAY, Ark. _ The UAPB Golden Lions had 16 hits on Tuesday night to down the University of Central Arkansas Bears 14-9 in a non-conference slugfest at Bears Stadium. The Warhawks responded with another tater hit by Jacob Stockton that scored two more runs and extended the ULM lead to a four run advantage over McNeese. The Privateers wound up with nine hits on the evening, three of them coming off the bat of Jones. Also turning in multi-hit nights were Calloway who went 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Jonathan Coco also added two hits in four trips to the plate. The Privateers used seven different pitchers on the night and nobody threw more than two innings. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 14, Texas-Pan American 7Texas-Pan American 11, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1Recap to follow. Senior catcher Samm Wiggins went 2-for-4, drove in a run, scored a run and threw out a runner for the Huskies (16-15). Junior leftfielder Brandon Morones was 2-for-2 with an RBI and a pair of walks. Baker finished the day 3-for-5 with a double, a home run, three RBIs and two runs scored for the Roadrunners (19-14). Kevin Markham was 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run, Tyler Straub doubled and drove in a pair and Logan Kinder singled and scored twice. Ian Gibaut (5-3) earned the win, tossing three innings and allowing just one run on three hits with two strikeouts. After a one-out Parker Jones single, Chaz Boyer was hit by a pitch to put two on against LSU starter, Kyle Bouman. The Privateers then struck the board when Ryan Calloway dropped a double into left to score a run. The Tigers went to the pen and Samuel Capielano drove in a second run on an RBI ground out to make it 3-2. UTSA 8, Houston Baptist 2HOUSTON, Texas – Clinging to a one-run lead, UTSA second baseman Jesse Baker hit a three-run home run in the top of the ninth as the Roadrunners claimed a 6-2 victory over Houston Baptist in non-conference baseball Tuesday afternoon at Husky Field. HBU returns to action when it travels for a three-game Southland Conference series against Stephen F. Austin Friday through Sunday in Nacogdoches. All three games will be broadcast After the fifth, the Tigers were able to steadily pull away, plating at least a run in each inning from the second through the eighth. Sciambra hit his first home run of the season in the seventh. The Tigers wound up with 14 hits including three each from Sciambra, Scivicque, and Chinea. The win went to Reynolds who allowed three hits and one walk in 3.2 innings of relief. Ryne Long (2-3), the first of six Jaguar pitchers, was saddled with the loss. – Return to top – Southeastern returns to action Friday at 7 p.m. (Central) against the University of Utah in the opener of a three-game series in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cashman allowed a pair of runs, one earned, on seven hits in six innings of work to earn the win. The junior right-hander from Plainfield, Illinois, walked four and fanned a pair. Kyle Keller worked a pair of perfect innings in relief. The senior from New Orleans, Louisiana, fanned three in his two-inning stint. Dreagan Bethel, a freshman from Walker, Louisiana, retired the side in order in the ninth. Tulane continued scoring in waves, pouring on two runs in the fourth, one in the fifth and another in the sixth to take a 7-1 lead. Sam Houston State 8, Northwestern State 5HUNTSVILLE, Texas — Third baseman Ryan Brinley’s grand slam home run in the third inning helped power Sam Houston to an 8-5 victory over Northwestern State in a midweek non-conference meeting between the two Southland squads Tuesday night at Don Sanders Stadium in Huntsville. UAPB reliever Humberto Medina earned the victory with 1 1/3 innings of relief. The top seven batters for the Golden Lions all had multiple hits, including a pair of home runs by catcher Gabriel Munoz. UCA junior reliever Bo Stitch (4-3) took the loss. Freshman Chris Durham pitched a solid 4 2/3 innings of scoreless relief, retiring the final 12 batters of the game for the Bears. The Golden Lions (15-12) won their fourth straight game of the season and just their second game in 17 tries against the Bears. UAPB jumped out to a 6-0 lead through 2 1/2 innings before UCA answered with three home runs in the bottom of the third inning to tie it. – Return to top – Sam Houston upped its season mark to 16-19 with the win while Northwestern State dropped to 17-14. The Bearkats out-hit the Demons 14 to nine. Center fielder Bryce Johnson and Winne led the SHSU men at the plate each with three hits. LSU managed to stay ahead heading to the bottom of the frame and saw their inning continue after a two-out error. Chinea then came up and hit his second double of the night, driving in two to extend the Tigers’ lead back to 5-2. The Green Wave took advantage of a Nicholls throwing error to add a run in the third. Jake Willsey reached on the error, advanced on a Richard Carthon single to right and came home on a Stephen Alemais single. Southeastern Louisiana 12, South Alabama 2Sam Houston State 8, Northwestern State 5Lamar 11, Grambling 4Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 14, Texas-Pan American 7Texas-Pan American 11, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 1UTSA 8, Houston Baptist 2Texas State 4, UIW 3Arkansas-Pine Bluff 14, Central Arkansas 9Tulane 7, Nicholls 1LSU 11, New Orleans 2Louisiana-Monroe 7, McNeese State 1 Nicholls will have an extremely quick turnaround as the team drives directly from New Orleans to Monroe for a matchup with ULM at 2 p.m. on Wednesday. The contest will be broadcast live in KNSU 91.5 FM. – Return to top – Tulane 7, Nicholls 1NEW ORLEANS, La. – The Nicholls State University baseball team held an early lead over Tulane, but couldn’t keep up with the Green Wave offense, falling 7-1, on Tuesday night at Turchin Stadium. The Colonels (18-13-1) grabbed a 1-0 advantage briefly in the first inning. Justin Holt singled up the middle, advanced to second on a wild pitch and scored on a monster triple from Marc Frazier that struck the right field wall. LSU 11, New Orleans 2BATON ROUGE, La. – The New Orleans Privateers baseball team (11-21, 2-10 Southland) fell behind early and gave up six runs with two outs in an 11-2 loss to the LSU Tigers (28-5, 7-4 SEC) on Tuesday evening at Alex Box Stadium at Skip Bertman Field. New Orleans will next travel to Northwestern State for a three-game series starting on Friday at 6:30 p.m. Winne doubled down the right field line with two out in the fourth inning then scored on a single by Johnson to open the SHSU lead up to 7-1. Southeastern pounded out 16 hits, its third-highest total this season. Six Lions turned in multi-hit performances, including Carr (3-for-5), Carson Crites (2-for-2), Brett Hoffman (2-for-3), Midyett (2-for-5), Service (2-for-6) and Jacob Seward (2-for-5). – Return to top – Kennon Menard pushed a sacrifice bunt to third, but Bud Collura’s throw to first was wild and Midyett came home to score from second. With runners at second and third, and no outs, South Alabama elected to bring in a new reliever, setting the stage for the highlight of the game. Five Green Wave batters turned in multi-hit outings, led by Hunter Williams, who went 2-for-4 with three RBIs. Both teams will be back in action on Wednesday when they meet in second game of the series. First pitch is slated for a 6 o’clock start with fans being able to listen to the contest on Cajun Radio-1470 AM and on CajunRadio.com. – Return to top – Tulane (21-12) punched back in the bottom of the frame, converting two singles and a triple into a pair of runs to capture the lead. The Tigers got out to a 3-0 lead, scoring solo runs in the second, third, and fourth inning. LSU got the scoring started when a two-out wild pitch by starter, Kevin Kelleher scored Chris Chinea. The Tigers got RBI knocks by Kade Scivicque and Chris Sciambra before the Privateers had a response waiting in the fifth. – Return to top – Seward extended his hitting streak to 11 games and his reached-base streak to 23-consecutive games. Bryce Kingsley (3-3) received the loss after working the first three innings and surrendered three runs on two hits along with two strikeouts. Pinney, a sophomore from North Little Rock, added a two-run double in the fourth. Pinney finished 2 for 5 with 3 RBI, while Preston was 1 for 3 with 3 RBI. UCA scored nine runs on just seven hits. – Return to top – Texas State 4, UIW 3Recap to follow. But the Golden Lions put up six more in the fourth and added two runs in the fifth to push the lead to 14-8. The Bears added a run in the eighth but could get no closer as they broke a three-game winning streak. The Pokes used four relief pitchers that combined for six innings and gave up four runs on eight hits. The quartet of pitchers totaled eight strikeouts in the game. Gavin Wehby paced the Colonels offensively, batting 2-for-3. – Return to top – – Return to top – Right-hander reliever Alex Bisacca (3-1) earned the victory, keeping Northwestern State scoreless and hitless in four innings while striking out four Demon batters. Seth Holbert, Jordan Church and Brinley each pitched an inning in relief. Starter Devin Bear took the loss for Northwestern State in his first decisive of the season. Sam Houston State hosts Incarnate Word in a three-game Southland Conference series beginning Friday at Don Sanders Stadium. Johnson scored Winne with a bunt single. Second baseman Zach Smith singled and right fielder Wyatt Powell walked to set up Brinley’s grand slam. Despite the loss, the Cowboys were able to pound out eight hits and received multiple-hit performances from Connor Lloyd (2-for-3 with one run scored) and Billy Sommers (2-for-3). The two-hit performance was Lloyd’s 12 this season which ranks him fourth best among on the team. Quary turned in a 1-for-3 ledger along with an RBI and a run scored. Toole knocked in the first run of the ballgame. The South Alabama bullpen kept the Lions at bay in the middle innings, but the Jaguars failed to solve Pat Cashman (3-3) and a pair of Southeastern relievers.
Chinese-manned vessel unsettles Bohol town We are young Where did they go? Millions left Wuhan before quarantine PH among economies most vulnerable to virus As fate of VFA hangs, PH and US forces take to the skies for exercise Senators to proceed with review of VFA Smart hosts first 5G-powered esports exhibition match in PH MOST READ Read Next Smart’s Siklab Saya: A multi-city approach to esports EDITORS’ PICK PBA IMAGESEd Daquioag went off anew and towed Meralco to a 98-87 victory over TNT Friday in the 2017 PBA Philippine Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum.The rookie once again posted 23 points, 18 coming in the second half, to go with four assists to pull the Bolts to their second win in three games.ADVERTISEMENT TNT kept itself within striking distance going to the final five minutes, with Jayson Castro pulling the KaTropa within five, 87-82, with 3:43 to play.Hodge and Daquioag, however, would end that rally with a 6-0 blitz to put the game away.Castro scattered 23 points, seven assists, and three rebounds for TNT (2-2), while Kelly Williams got 19 markers and eight boards.The Scores:MERALCO 98 – Daquioag 23, Al-Hussaini 14, Hugnatan 11, Newsome 11, Nabong 10, Amer 9, Hodge 9, Caram 6, Yeo 4, Grey 1, Faundo 0, Chua 0.TNT 87 – Castro 23, Williams 19, De Ocampo 9, Pogoy 9, Reyes 9, Tautuaa 6, Ganuelas-Rosser 5, Rosario 4, Fonacier 3, Carey 0, Rosales 0.Quarters: 26-23, 45-45, 75-69, 98-87.ADVERTISEMENT “He’s a rookie, but he doesn’t play like a rookie. He’s a good kid,” remarked coach Norman Black.Cliff Hodge also poured all of his nine markers in the payoff period to stave off the KaTropa’s endgame rally. He also had eight boards and five assists in the game.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra teammates show love for SlaughterSPORTSWe are youngSPORTSFreddie Roach: Manny Pacquiao is my Muhammad Ali“I’d just like to applaud my players for their defense today. I thought it was extraordinary and exceptional with the way we played defense,” said Black.Rabeh Al-Hussaini also added 14 points and two rebounds, while Reynel Hugnatan and Chris Newsome got 11 markers apiece. Belo admits getting starstruck with Yap defending him Ginebra teammates show love for Slaughter Shanghai officials reveal novel coronavirus transmission modes Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan PLAY LIST 01:31Taiwan minister boards cruise ship turned away by Japan01:33WHO: ‘Global stocks of masks and respirators are now insufficient’01:01WHO: now 31,211 virus cases in China 102:02Vitamin C prevents but doesn’t cure diseases like coronavirus—medic03:07’HINDI PANG-SPORTS LANG!’03:03SILIP SA INTEL FUND Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments