Extractions: Choose Sport Baseball Basketball - M Basketball - W Crew Cross Country Fencing Field Hockey Football Golf - M Golf - W Gymnastics - M Gymnastics - W Lacrosse - W Sailing Soccer - M Soccer - W Softball Swim/Diving - M Swim/Diving - W Sync Swimming Tennis - M Tennis - W Volleyball - M Volleyball - W Water Polo - M Water Polo - W Wrestling News Releases Robertson entered the competition with a school record best of 202-5 (61.70m), nearly ten feet behind Gowda, the nation's leader at 212-3 (64.69m). "It was very satisfying, especially the way it happened," said Robertson. "I felt good throughout the competition, and I had a lot left on my fifth throw," said Robertson. "I was lucky to catch a good throw (the fifth effort). I tried to put it out there in the sixth round, and I got a good throw, but it wasn't farther. I just got lucky that Vikas didn't put it together in his final throw. He's had a great season." Robertson becomes Stanford's first NCAA discus champion since 1965 when Bob Stoecker captured the national title. Robertson is one of eight Stanford athletes to have now captured the NCAA title in the discus. The list includes Gordon Dunn (1927), Clifford Hoffman (1921), Eric Krenz (1928), Henri Laborde (1933), Dave Weill (1962, 1963) and Peter Zagar (1937, 1939, 1940).
Corporate Counsel Center 11 with Bo ryan, UW men s basketball coach, guiding the opponents. Robertsonryan Associates; The Polacheck Company; and VISIT Milwaukee. http://news.corporate.findlaw.com/prnewswire/20050729/29jul20051453.html
Extractions: //For Jeff's Modules. var what="LNCA"; var uri=document.location; FindLaw For the Public For Business For Legal Professionals ... LINKS Research a Lawyer Use the Thomson Legal Record to access a lawyer's litigation record, articles and more! Search by Name Search by Experience Search FindLaw FindLaw Corp Counsel Articles Contracts News Commentary Browse Industries Browse Practice Areas My current location: city Change Location Jul. 29, 2005 Print This Email This MILWAUKEE, Jul. 29 /PRNewswire/ MILWAUKEE, July 29 /PRNewswire/ The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) China Council and the Milwaukee Bucks today announced the "MMAC China Council Bucks - Ducks Business Basketball Exchange," which will bring a professional Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) team to Milwaukee Aug. 2 to 14. The Ducks are the first CBA team to visit the U.S. "While the focus of the trip will be basketball, this exchange will help open more business doors between Milwaukee and China," said Tim Sheehy, MMAC president. "China is Wisconsin's fourth-largest trading partner. This is an opportunity for Milwaukee to demonstrate everything we offer."
YoungSaintLouis.com The current coach of the eighthgrade feeder team is ryan Kiernan. He s a Westgraduate who was a guard on the Missouri Tigers basketball team for three http://www.youngsaintlouis.com/archive/February2004/kids/sports.html
Extractions: Alex Whiteside The Jefferson Middle School student is a center/forward on the eighth-grader "feeder" team. For years, the school district has had sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade select teams preparing players for the West high school basketball program. Alex said, "West has a huge reputation in basketball. I moved into the district just two years ago. So far the experience has been all good." St. Charles West High School had a third-place finish in last year's Missouri state basketball championships. The team has won state titles in the past.
BASKETBALL HONOR ROLL basketball Times Player of the Year AllRed River Athletic Conference Red River E. C. Coleman Most Valuable Player ryan Bailey Hustle Award http://www.hbuhuskies.com/Almanac/Men's Basketball/HonorRoll.htm
Extractions: ALL-AMERICA Name Year Greg Wise Terry Hairston Anicet Lavodrama Matt England David Preston Mike Sissel Kelton Smith Gabe Rapier Chad Hartley Chris Johnson Michael LeBlanc Charles Fordjour Michael Holmquist Rod Nealy Ricky Bennett ALL-AMERICA SCHOLAR ATHLETE Name Year Boone Almanza Bobby Sanders Chris Cooper Bryce Burch Michael Holmquist Corey Thomas NAIA Champions of Character Award Name Year Michael Holmquist Bryn Caulkins BASKETBALL TIMES PLAYER OF THE YEAR Name Year Rod Nealy ALL-RED RIVER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Member 1998-present Name Year Chad Hartley Chris Johnson Charles Fordjour Michael LeBlanc Kendrick Bridges Jeff Carroll Ben Karam Eric Meche Michael Holmquist Mike Smith Rod Nealy Chris Miller Elester Whitmore Paul Nelson Ricky Bennett RED RIVER PLAYER OF THE YEAR Name Year Chad Hartley Charles Fordjour Rod Nealy Ricky Bennett RED RIVER DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Name Year Eric Meche RED RIVER NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR Name Year Chris Johnson
MSNBC - Error Twins General Manager Terry ryan said the best time to make a deal will be George Brophy, robertson s successor, walked in our office and asked if he http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/8737862/
Le Moyne College Athletics | Men's Basketball MISSED JUMPER by BJ robertson REBOUND (DEF) by Sid Pond 0333 0327 FOUL byRyan Maloney FT SHOT by Kyle Dietrich 1742 FOUL by BJ robertson GOOD! http://www.lemoyne.edu/athletics/mensbasketball/mstmlem.htm
Extractions: MEN'S BASKETBALL HOME ROSTER SCHEDULE STATISTICS ... ATHLETICS HOME Official Basketball Box Score Saint Michael's vs Le Moyne 01/03/05 7:30 p.m. at Syracuse, N.Y. - Grant Court Play-By-Play Saint Michael's vs Le Moyne 01/03/05 7:30 p.m. at Syracuse, N.Y. - Grant Court Saint Michael's 47, Le Moyne 34 1st period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Saint Michael's 14 8 7 13 2 1 Le Moyne 16 5 4 6 7 Saint Michael's 82, Le Moyne 69 2nd period-only InPaint Pts-T/O 2nd-Chc FastBrk BnchPts Ties Leads Saint Michael's 12 9 8 2 11 Le Moyne 26 10 7 8 1 Official Basketball Box Score 1st Half Saint Michael's vs Le Moyne 01/03/05 7:30 p.m. at Syracuse, N.Y. - Grant Court
Basketball Digest: The Fans Speak Out Full text of the article, The Fans Speak Out from basketball Digest, robertson played in only 65 games, finishing sixth in the league with 1896 points http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0FCJ/is_5_28/ai_71187953
Extractions: Save a personal copy of this article and quickly find it again with Furl.net. It's free! Save it. O vs. Bing In your sidebar on "The Top 10 Point Guards of All Time" [February] you list Dave Bing at No. 7 and say that he, led the league in scoring in the 1967-1968 season at 27.1. In fact Oscar Robertson, your No. 2 guard, averaged 29.2. Max Schoolmaster via email Actually, Max, until the 1969-70 season, the NBA awarded its scoring championship to the player who scored the most total points, not who had the best scoring average. So while by today's standards you are correct, in 1967-68 Dave Bing was the league's scoring champion, totalling 2,142 points and a 27.1 scoring average. Robertson played in only 65 games, finishing sixth in the league with 1,896 points.
Untitled Document Mongeon, an allAmerican soccer goalie, plays basketball the same way always The season robertson averaged 22 points and 11.2 rebounds per game. http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/specialnews/allstate/bbball.htm
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Extractions: TURNER ASHBY HIGH SCHOOL Fall Athletic Awards 1999 JV Participants: Michael Willi, Nathan Frye, Michael Charnley, Stephen Garletts, Dustin Schlabach JV Record: 7-2-1 Return to top Head Coach: Dwight Denlinger Assistant Coach: Matt Eberly Record: 2nd Place Valley District / 7th Place in Region II Seniors: Brian Cohee, Ryan Walker, Joe Pocius, David McIntyre
Extractions: Each Week of the 2005 Busch Spring Challenge, you will have a Team of 8 Drivers Scoring Points for YOU! Each Driver in the NASCAR Busch Series will be assigned an initial salary based on past performance and 2005 expectations! Pick 8 drivers whose combined salaries are under your starting $10,000,000 Salary Cap!
Boyshoops Click here to listen to a live broadcast of all the Boys basketball Home games at robertson had four 3pointers as Klink had three 3pointers. Feb. 11 v http://www.newalbanyeagles.com/boyshoops.htm
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Cleveland.com: Everything Cleveland 20042005 NCAA Division I Women s basketball Individual Stats *** (Complete 4 44 11.0 15 Zane Teilane, Western Ill. Jr. 5 53 10.6 16 Holly robertson, http://www.cleveland.com/ncaabasketball/spnet.ssf?/default.asp?c=advance&page=cb
Winter 2005 High School All-Met (washingtonpost.com) basketball. AllMets Front row (left to right) Marissa Coleman (St. John s), G ryan Scott, South Lakes, Sr., 6-3 G Lester Williams, Cardozo, Jr., 6-0 http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sports/hssports/longterm/allmets/winter05/b
Extractions: var SA_Message="SACategory=" + thisNode; placeChannelNav('article970'); makeBreadCrumbs(thisNode); adHeaderAlreadyShown = false ; WINTER 2005 ALL-MET Basketball Girls' Swimming Boys' Swimming Hockey ... Wrestling Basketball Front row (left to right): Marissa Coleman (St. John's), Shanae Brice (Theodore Roosevelt). Second row: Brittany Mitch (St. John's), Jessie Sapp (National Christian), Iman McFarland (Bishop McNamara), Scottie Reynolds (Herndon), Kaili McLaren (Good Counsel). Third row: Marcus Ginyard (O'Connell), Christopher Wright (St. John's), Jasmine Thomas (Oakton), Alex McGuire (Arundel). Fourth row: Mamadi Diane (DeMatha), Eric Hayes (Potomac, Va.), Laura Haskins (West Springfield), Uche Echefu (Montrose Christian), Monica Wright (Forest Park), Dante Cunningham (Potomac, Md.), Ray Brewer (Eleanor Roosevelt), Mike Beasley (Riverdale Baptist), Xenia Stewart (Riverdale Baptist). Not pictured: Dave Neal (O'Connell). (Toni L. Sandys - The Washington Post) Boys All-League Teams Boys' Player of the Year The transfer from St. John's was a dominating player at both ends of the court, leading the Wolverines to their first undefeated season in school history (27-0), as well as the Maryland 2A championship and The Post's No. 1 ranking for the first time in any sport. Averaged 18.6 points, 13 rebounds and 5 blocked shots per game. Will play for Villanova.
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