Dixie State Baseball Hosts Colorado State-Pueblo This Weekend

first_imgAgainst the Thunderwolves, senior right-hander Jayden Murray (5-2, 2.88 ERA) gets the nod on the mound for Dixie State Friday. Saturday, sophomore left-handed pitcher Jack Gonzales (5-0 on the season, 3.14 ERA) and right-handed junior pitcher Preston Hannay (3-1, 5.52 ERA) will be on the hill. Junior infielder Jake Engel (10 home runs, 26 RBI) is Dixie State’s offensive leader. Tags: Bruce Hurst Field/Colorado State Pueblo Thunderwolves/Dakota Popham/Dixie State Baseball/Jack Gonzales/Jake Engel/Jayden Murray/Josh Dahl/New Mexico Highlands/RMAC March 28, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Baseball Hosts Colorado State-Pueblo This Weekend FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-This weekend, Dixie State baseball (20-6, 10-2 in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference play) hosts the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves (13-12, 8-4 in RMAC play) at Bruce Hurst Field. While the Trailblazers outscored the Cowboys 32-8 over the final two games of the series, losses in the first two games at New Mexico Highlands dropped Dixie State out of two national polls and to #25 in this week’s NCBWA poll. Dixie State is 253-95 (.727) at Bruce Hurst Field since moving up to NCAA Division II in 2007. The Trailblazers are coming off a series split against New Mexico Highlands at Las Vegas, N.M. while the Cowboys snapped Dixie State’s 8-game winning streak.center_img Written by This is a historic match-up as the Trailblazers and Thunderwolves have never met on the diamond before. Sunday, the Trailblazers are going with senior right-handed pitcher Tyler Rosas (1-1, 1.86 ERA). This series features a single game on both Friday and Sunday with a Saturday doubleheader. The Thunderwolves are led by senior infielder/outfielder Dakota Popham (3 home runs, 22 RBI) and senior right-handed pitcher Josh Dahl ( a team-best 4-2 record) gets the nod in the first game of the series Saturday. Brad Jameslast_img read more


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We promote excellence throughdiversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability,you can find information about how to make a request at thefollowing website: https://oed.wisc.edu/disability-accommodation-information-for-applicants/ Job Number: 80% Clinical activities include outpatient clinics, inpatientattending and procedures/10% Participate in extramurally funded clinical research to theextent that the activity can be integrated into clinicalactivities.10% Teach and mentor undergraduates, graduate students, residents,fellows, other attending physicians/providers, and thepublic.The successful candidate will teach medical students, residents,and fellows. Work Type: Applications Open: Mar 18 2019 Central Daylight TimeApplications Close: Your application must be received through the Jobs at UW portal tobe considered as a candidate. To apply for this position, pleaseclick on the “” button. You will be asked to create a profile andupload a current CV and a Statement of Interest including yourcareer goals and professional plans. At a future date, finalistsmay be asked to provide at least three letters of reference.This vacancy is being announced simultaneously with PositionVacancy Job #97977; please note that only one vacancy exists.Having two position vacancy listings allows the School of Medicineand Public Health to consider clinical teacher faculty candidateswith or without research credentials for this non-tenure-trackposition.The deadline for assuring full consideration is April 19, 2019,however positions will remain open and applications may beconsidered until the position is filled.last_img read more

SBC’s Year In Review: August’s big betting news

first_img STATSCORE chosen as the main sponsor for Futsal Ekstraklasa August 11, 2020 Related Articles Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 German regulations risk black market take-up says Lycka August 7, 2020 Share Submit As 2019 comes to a close SBC looks through the year to highlight major news that you might have missed in the sports betting world. This eighth edition looks at August and more specifically at how operators focused on payments can provide the best experience, the threats faced by betting businesses, the next step for US sports betting and the need for scouts in stadiums.EPG: Why working with exemptions could offset SCA setbacksBusinesses operating in a “tricky industry such as gaming” could see conversion rates significantly drop once Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is enforced next month, but it is not all doom and gloom writes Christian Diegelmann, CEO of Euro Payment Group (EPG) in Frankfurt and Malta.Here, he provides a quick rundown of the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and associated SCA measures, before explaining why the successful handling of Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) exemptions will become a key component for an operator focused on providing the best payments experience for its customers.The revised PSD2 was published in November 2015, entered into force on 13 January 2016 and applied since 13 January 2018. The Directive brought fundamental changes to the payments market in the EU, in particular by requiring SCA to be applied by payment service providers (PSPs) when carrying out remote electronic transactions.In its fulfilment of PSD2, Article 98(1) mandated the European Banking Authority (EBA) to develop RTS for SCA, which were published on 13 March 2018 and will apply as of 14 September 2019.Read MoreBe there or be square: 3 key threats to your betting businessThe future is not now. There are so many factors that influence the success of a betting website. So how can you plan ahead?Jakub Myszkorowski, Chief Commercial Officer at STATSCORE, takes us through three main threats that should not be left ‘uncared’ for, before highlighting a couple of solutions to keep you in the game. How big is the online betting market? Well, let’s just say that the UK is believed to have an active betting group of over 20 million players. Quite a lot, you could say. But now take into account that not all of them will choose online gambling as their first choice. Some are the traditional old folks who prefer to go to the betting shops for the human touch or – for a more modern day punter – play on the Self-Service Betting Terminals (SSBTs).Read MoreMartin Lycka: Supreme Court’s (sports betting) punt return and beyondIt is 14 May 14 2018, which may be the US football offseason, yet the sights of the whole gambling industry are on a nine-bodied punt returner called the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Will the most honourable punt returner catch the ball thumped many moons ago by the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act’s punter?The ball has been hanging in the air for what feels like a lifetime (well, 26 years to be precise) and then the ball is caught, and the punt returner is off. The first few gunners are left in the dust of the Capitol Hill pitch; but the long uphill return is stopped just yards short of the Capitol building (firmly in the state by state regulation territory). The first play has been successful but many more are yet to come.14 May 2018 is the day when the modern area of US sports betting regulation was born. Since then ten US states have regulated and launched their sports betting markets – the Trailblazing Ten are Nevada (“grandfathered” into the new regulatory world), New Jersey, Delaware, West Virginia, Mississippi, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Mexico, Arkansas and New York.Read MoreLive or latent? Why scouts need to be in the stadiumsData from live scouts is the fuel that powers the sports betting business says Jakub Myszkorowski, Chief Commercial Officer at STATSCORE. Yet, while different levels of latency might have been accepted in years gone by, the need for the fastest and most reliable data – particularly to meet the demand for in-play wagering – means that all live scouts need to be moved to the stadiums.  What does live scouting mean? Basically, it is gathering incidents from the events as they happen and tagging them properly. For some of the incidents it is clear and obvious – eg. a goal scored would be normally counted and tagged the same way by everyone who follows the game. But the more detailed you want to get, the more interpretational problems you face. Let’s take passing in football as an example. We can divide passes by their aim – they can go forward, backwards and sideways. So far, no complaints or differences. Besides some anomalies, we can also agree upon their trajectory. Yet, when it comes to dividing passes by length, the crazy game starts. Read More StumbleUponlast_img read more