Syracuse falls to North Dakota, 3-0, at War Memorial Arena

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first_imgSyracuse (6-9-1, 4-1-1- College Hockey America) dropped its game against North Dakota (9-4-2, 6-4-2 Western Collegiate Hockey Association) on Friday, losing, 3-0, in its second home game at the War Memorial Arena.Senior forward Becca Kohler scored the first goal for the Fighting Hawks 10 minutes into the 1st period.With 24 seconds left in the 1st period, Orange senior Melissa Piacentini was called for a hooking penalty. The two-minute power play carried over into the start of the 2nd period, and 82 seconds later Fighting Hawks junior Gracen Hirschy scored another goal to put her team up, 2-0.North Dakota added to its lead midway through the third period with junior Amy Menke’s goal.The Orange was unable to chip into the 3-0 deficit and ended up losing by that score.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSenior goalkeeper Jenn Gilligan ended the game with 25 saves, the third-most she’s had this season.Syracuse will look to get revenge when it plays North Dakota on Saturday at 3 p.m. at Tennity Ice Pavilion. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 27, 2015 at 6:25 pm Contact Tomer: tdlanger@syr.edu | @tomer_langerlast_img read more


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first_imgIn the latest episode of esports podcast The Esports Roundtable, host Joe Hills welcomes yet another esteemed guest to the show – this time Ben Reed, Head of Brand at the Silvertown Project.Ben ReedFor those unaware, Silvertown sits in East London near the likes of the ExCeL centre. The area is currently undergoing what can only be described as a major makeover with investment attempting to build the area into a vibrant hub in the UK.Reed starts by opening up about his gaming history and how he gained an interest in esports. He reveals that Donkey Kong on a handheld device was his first experience in gaming before becoming permanently glued to a Gameboy. The two reminisce fondly about smash-hit titles such as Goldeneye and Zelda: Ocarina of Time and Reed even has the audacity to admit that he’s a Widowmaker player in the wonderful world of Overwatch. Reed headed to the Bunkr to meet Fnatic and his passion for esports continued to grow from there. Having also attended an ESL CS:GO event amongst others, Reed truly got the flavour for the esports world and is now transferring that into his vision for the Silvertown region.The discussion develops, touching on areas as distant from the topic as the intriguing world of cryptocurrency through to the ailing music industry and just how Ben thinks he can help shape an area of London to become a vibrant hub in the future. He provides insight into the discussions he’s had with brands who were starting to doubt building or moving to London as it seems to be losing the previously inescapable buzz. Joe Hills, LFG and The Esports RoundtableThe discussion develops, touching on areas as distant from the topic as the intriguing world of cryptocurrency through to the ailing music industry and just how Ben thinks he can help shape an area of London to become a vibrant hub in the future. He provides insight into the discussions he’s had with brands who were starting to doubt building or moving to London as it seems to be losing the previously inescapable buzz. Joe Hills is the Founder of Looking for Group, an esports executive recruitment company and has worked to achieve placements for many high profile individuals in the burgeoning esports industry. He is also the esteemed Host of the Esports Roundtable, a weekly podcast that provides candid insight into the business to business esports world.last_img read more


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first_imgItalian giants Inter Milan have completed the signing of Ghana star Kwadwo Asamoah on a free transfer from Juventus.The 29-year-old has put pen to paper on a three-year deal with Luciano Spalletti’s side.According to a statement published on the Serie A website on Monday, Asamoah officially signed for Inter on May 17, with the domestic heavyweights confirming the deal on their official website today. ”Inter can announce that a contract has been agreed with Kwadwo Asamoah that will run from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2021,”Asamoah confirmed in May that he would not be renewing his contract with Juve, despite a new offer being on the table, after representing the Old Lady for six years. Since moving to Turin in 2012, he won six Serie A titles with the Italian giants, as well as four Italian Cups. His contract officially ended on June 30.His time with Juventus was ravaged by injuries, although he still managed to win 13 trophies featuring 156 times and scoring five goals in Serie A, the Coppa Italia, Supercoppa Italiana, Champions League and Europa League.last_img read more