Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award 2020/21 NFL Exit Interviews – NFC East Linkedin TCU News Now 4/28/2021 The team will look to carry their success in Chicago on the road this weekend. Photo by Jack Wallace 2020/21 NFL Exit Interviews – NFC West Jack is a junior journalism major and studio art minor from Atlanta, Georgia. He enjoys everything sports and co-runs the Blanket Coverage podcast as well as photographs for TCU360. TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ + posts Twitter Previous articleBaseball continues strong hitting in win over Abilene ChristianNext articleHoroscope: February 21, 2019 Jack Wallace RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR ReddIt Linkedin Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ 2021 NFL Mock Draft (Part 1) Special ReddIt Jack Wallacehttps://www.tcu360.com/author/jack-wallace/ Twitter TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Facebook printReese Stalder (left) and Bertus Kruger (right) celebrate winning a point during their doubles match against Florida on Feb 10, 2019. Photo by Jack WallaceAfter an impressive showing at the ITA Men’s National Indoor Championships, the No. 13 Horned Frogs look ahead to two matchups at Tulane and the University of South Florida (USF) this upcoming weekend.The Frogs finished 2-1 in Chicago, downing No. 3 Mississippi State and No. 7 UCLA, while falling to No. 8 North Carolina, bringing their overall record to 6-3.TulaneThe Tulane Green Wave made an appearance with TCU in the ITA tournament and placed at the No. 16 seed, just below the Frogs.Tulane did not fare as well as TCU, as they fell in three-consecutive matches to Ohio State, Stanford and Illinois to complete a now six match losing streak.The poor tournament performance dropped the Green Wave down from No. 19 to No. 30 in this week’s national rankings.Despite the streak, the Green Wave have an undefeated home record, including wins over No. 18 Tennessee and No. 19 Florida State.Tulane traveled to TCU last year, which resulted in a 6-1 TCU win, and this marks the first time the Frogs will head to New Orleans to face the Green Wave.“They know us well,” head coach David Roditi said. “I expect an absolute war. I know what we’re gonna get, we’re gonna get a really hungry team that’s going to want to beat us.”Tulane’s top players include No. 70 Luis Erlenbusch and No. 88 Ewan Moore.Luis Erlenbusch will need to escape his losing streak to help the Green Wave avoid defeat against the TCU Horned Frogs. Photo courtesy of TulaneGreenWave.comErlenbusch and Moore combine for an 8-10 record but started 7-1 in Tulane’s first four games, each of which accounted for a win. They have finished 1-9 in their last six matches, all losses for the Green Wave. Bulls Look to Continue Home StampedeThe South Florida Bulls have had a season of streaks, winning two, losing four straight, and then winning their latest two for a 4-4 start.The Bulls have played against two mutual opponents of the Frogs, falling to Baylor and No. 3 Mississippi State in identical 6-1 losses.USF still has two matches to be played before facing the Horned Frogs, hosting the Charlotte 49ers and Mercer Bears the weekend before TCU comes to Tampa.TCU has faced USF in each of the last five seasons, winning all five. Alberto Barroso-Campos looks to cause an upset at the No. 1 singles spot against the TCU Horned Frogs. Photo courtesy of GoUSFBulls.com“We’re going to get their best,” Roditi said. “We’ll be fully prepared for them.”The Bull’s top player to watch is No. 25 Alberto Barroso-Campos, who is 7-1, including the single win in a 6-1 loss against Baylor. He has also posted wins over Penn State and Georgia State, another two matches USF lost as a team. Who to Watch:Bertus Kruger won Big 12 Player of the Week and received great praise from Roditi for his efforts in Chicago. He’s the second Frog to receive this honor, after Alex Rybakov earned the honor for his performance during the week of Jan 15.Bertus Kruger prepares a serve in his singles match against Florida on Feb. 10, 2019. Photo by Jack Wallace“If I had to name an MVP for this tournament, it’s Bertus Kruger,” Roditi said. “I believe I’m not the only one who thinks this. It’s a big highlight for us, not just Bertus, but the bottom of our lineup.”Kruger, with senior Reese Stalder, defeated the No. 6 doubles team from Mississippi State in his biggest upset of the year.TCU’s match against Tulane will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday in New Orleans, and the team will travel to Tampa for a 1:30 p.m. matchup against USF on Tuesday. Facebook Jack Wallace
AGENDA Of The Vanderburgh County Board of Commissioners July 30, 2019 At 3:00 pm, Room 301Call to OrderAttendancePledge of AllegianceAction Items Resolution CO.R-07-19-011: Adopting the University Parkway Corridor PlanFirst reading of ordinance CO.07-19-015: Amending the Vanderburgh County Zoning Code: Model Overlay DistrictPurchasing: Permission to Advertise RFP-01-036-19: Vehicles for Various Departments in Vanderburgh CountyProsecutor: Professional Services Agreement with FSSAHealth Department: Immunization Grant Approval: Contract #35815PHEP Grant Approval: Contract #35453.Lab Director Contract with Chris Allen Department Head ReportsNew BusinessOld BusinessConsent ItemsApproval of July 23, 2019 Meeting MinutesEmployment Changes County Engineer:Department Report & ClaimsPay Request No. 64: U.S. 41 Expansion TIF: $12,085Pay Request No. 53: University Parkway TIF: $16,398.02Pay Request No. 13: Phoenix Commerce Center TIF: $3,320. County Treasurer: June 2019 Monthly ReportCounty Auditor: Claims Voucher Report: 7/22-7/26/2019Sheriff: Road Race/ Closure Request: River RunSuperintendent of County Buildings:Boiler Condensate Pump quote Public CommentAdjournmentFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
CVS Pharmacy representatives arrived at United Methodist Communities at The Shores in Ocean City on Dec. 30 and administered the first of the two-part Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.CVS will return and administer the second shot on Jan. 20, according to a UMC press release.Room by room, vaccinations were given to residents and staff at the long-term care facility.“UMC is pleased that New Jersey has made the right decision and included long-term care residents and staff as a top priority for vaccination in our state,” the release said. “While the vaccine is not a panacea, it is an important step toward making our community healthy and safe. After nine long months, it is a ray of hope for many of our residents.“Residents completed comment cards, which display their thoughts on a bulletin board. Among these, some read, “Grateful and hopeful,” “Blessed” and “Better days are coming.”An associate displays her comment card, which reads: “Hopeful for a wonderful 2021.” After getting the COVID-19 vaccine, an associate at UMC at The Shores flashes a thumbs-up. (Photos courtesy of UMC)
“Life and baseball fandom take you to some strange and awesome places at times…” Tedeschi Trucks Band posts on their Facebook page. Earlier this week, the Cleveland Indians beat the Chicago Cubs in Game 4 of the World Series. After the game, an incredible cast of characters assembled at a Wrigleyville after-party, that saw the talents of Derek Trucks and Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder come together for a sing-along of The Band‘s “The Weight” amongst friends and family. Bill Murray, too, was in attendance, when the acoustic jam session went down – officially giving the crew legendary status. Watch a full clip below, courtesy of the Pearl Jam Radio Facebook page.