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Angela Cottone Fights for Mental Health:

Stepping into the Celebrity Boxing Ring for a Cause Close to Her Heart [Atlantic City, NJ] – Angela Cottone, esteemed advocate and mother, is set to champion a cause close to her heart as she steps back into the ring 10 years later for a celebrity boxing match dedicated to raising awareness for mental health. War at the Shore, scheduled for June 8th at the Showboat in Atlantic City, NJ, aims to shed light on the struggles faced by countless individuals battling mental health issues while honoring the memory of Cottone's beloved son and his profound wish to make a... Read more →

Everything You Need to Know About Euro 2024

The European Championship is one of the biggest tournaments in soccer and the latest edition of the competition takes place this summer in Germany. 24 teams from Europe will be competing for the trophy and the chance to add their name to the history books in the event. Here is a look at everything you need to know about Euro 2024, from the leading contenders to where the games will be taking place. Leading Contenders for The Trophy

Rowan has Earned an At-Large-Bid

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan has earned an at-large bid to the 2024 NCAA Division III Baseball Championship and will participate in the NCAA Granville (OH) Regional hosted by Denison University, with Millikin and Hanover rounding out the field in the four-team regional. The Profs (27-13) will open play in the double-elimination tournament against Millikin (29-14) on Friday, May 17 at 2:30 p.m. at Big Red Field. Number-two ranked and top-seeded Denison (39-6) will face Hanover (30-15) at 11 a.m. with the tournament continuing on Saturday and Sunday. The regional champion will advance to the NCAA Super Regionals on May 24-25.... Read more →

Jefferson Health Employee Receives BEE Award for Extraordinary Caregivers

Jalen Stewart, a Patient Transport Associate at Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital, was recently honored with a Being Extraordinary Everyday (BEE) Award for Extraordinary Caregivers. The Pennsauken resident was nominated for building trusting relationships, treating others with dignity and respect, and placing patients and families first to promote a positive hospital experience. “Patients recognize, smile, and look forward to seeing Jalen. I know my patients are in good hands with him,” wrote a nursing colleague. “A team player, Jalen stays at work late and never leaves a patient until we meet all their needs. The Post-Anesthesia Care Unit recently had many... Read more →

Gloucester High Lady Lions Host #7 Kingsway Saturday

On Saturday May 11 at 7:00 the 13-3 Lions will host #8 State ranked 18-2 Kingsway. The Lions bounced back from a loss earlier in the week to Audubon by beating the West Deptford Eagles 2-1 on a 2 out single in the bottom 7 for the walk off win. Gloucester Pitcher Olivia George went the distance allowing 1 run on 3 hits along with 7 strikeouts. With the win the Lions remain 1 game behind conference leading Haddon Heights who will host the Lions Monday for a share of the Conference lead. On the Junior Varsity level, Lions Freshman... Read more →

CNB Hunting/Fishing: Grizzly Bears Battle Over Mating Rights (Graphic Video, Not for Kids)

image courtesy of Vanessa Obran The dramatic footage was captured when a jealous male sprinted across the shale, tackled one of the mating pairs, and pinned it to the ground. video courtesy of Vanessa Obran BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA (MAY 9, 2024)(CNBNEWS)--Two grizzly bears fight over mating rights for 17 minutes. The film was shot in June 2023 in British Columbia. A group of tourists was left ‘distressed’ as two grizzly bears brutally battled over mating rights mere meters away from their boat. Vanessa Obran and her husband, John, were on a tour of a bay in British Columbia, Canada, on... Read more →

The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta COOPER RIVER - PENNSAUKEN

85th Anniversary of the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta at Cooper River this Weekend The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta will be staged on the Cooper River, in Pennsauken, New Jersey on Friday, May 10th and Saturday, May 11th, 2024. The race will bring thousands of athletes and fans to the Camden County area, and will further generate income for our local businesses. 2024 Official Race Course The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta COOPER RIVER - PENNSAUKEN, NJ The 2024 Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta will be staged on the Cooper River, in Pennsauken, New Jersey on Friday, May 10 and Saturday... Read more →

Alvernia Women's Basketball Student Athletes Earn Academic All-District Honors

READING, PA (05/06/2024)-- Four Alvernia University women's basketball student-athletes earned CSC Academic All-District Honors, as announced by College Sports Communicators including: Madison Miskar of Williamstown (08094) Kayla Williams of Mount Holly (08060) The 2023-24 Academic All-District Women's Basketball Team, selected by College Sports Communicators, recognizes the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom. In order to qualify for the award, student-athletes must be at least a sophomore academically and have at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA. They must have also played in at least 90% of their team's games or must have started... Read more →

Rampo Rallied with Five Runs to Defeat Rowan

CAMDEN CITY, NJ (MAY 5, 2024)– Ramapo rallied with five runs in the seventh inning to defeat #21 Rowan, 9-7, and capture the 2024 NJAC Baseball Championship today at the Rutgers-Camden Athletic Complex. The Profs (27-13) will now await a possible at-large bid to the NCAA Regionals, with the bracket being announced on Monday, May 11. Image courtesy of Fifth-seeded Rowan had avoided elimination, winning two of three games played in the rain, to advance through the bracket to reach today’s championship round. But the Profs would suffer their second loss on the weekend to the third-seeded Roadrunners. Pat... Read more →


Rowan Battles But Falls Short in NJAC Women's Lacrosse Championship Game

EWING, NJ (MAY 4, 2024)– Senior goalie Mel Rodgers made 16 saves and Rowan battled but fell just short in its bid to upset #9 TCNJ in the 2024 NJAC Women's Lacrosse Championship game, with the Lions winning, 11-8. Elaina Corson and Molly Green led the Profs with three goals apiece. Rodgers faced 27 shots on goal and turned away six in the first quarter to help Rowan get off to a strong start. Her 16 saves marked the second highest total of her career. In a game that was worthy of championship status, it was nip and tuck with... Read more →

Rowan Lacrosse Players Honored by NJAC

PITMAN, NJ – Rowan junior Molly Green was named the 2024 NJAC Women's Lacrosse Midfielder of the Year for the second time while Elaina Corson, Katie Montenero, Sophia Schiavo and Hannah Lombardo were each selected to the All-Conference Team as voted on by the league’s coaches. Green, who earns her third consecutive selection to the All-Conference First Team, is joined on the first team by Corson, Montenero and Schiavo, with Lombardo receiving Honorable Mention. Green (Mullica Hill, NJ/Clearview Regional) ranks second on the team in scoring with 65 points (52 goals and 13 assists) but is the Profs’ defensive leader... Read more →

NJAC Accolades for Rowan Baseball Players

PITMAN, NJ – Rowan senior Mike Shannon has been named the 2024 NJAC Pitcher of the Year, as the league’s awards were announced today. Additionally, Shannon and Tyler Cannon earned All-Conference First Team honors, while Patrick Defeciani, Jason Morgan, Dylan Maria were also selected to the All-NJAC Second Team and Chris Serrano received All-NJAC Honorable Mention. Shannon (Bellmawr, NJ/Triton Regional) becomes the seventh Rowan player to earn the conference’s top pitcher award and the third Prof in four seasons to do so. He also earns All-NJAC honors for the second year in a row as he was named to the... Read more →

Rowan Defeats Stockton 13-8 Play TCNJ in NJAC Lacrosse Semifinals Saturday

GLASSBORO, NJ – Rowan scored five goals in the third quarter to break open the game as the Profs defeated Stockton, 13-8, in the Semifinals of the 2024 NJAC Women's Lacrosse Championship. Rowan advances to the NJAC title game for the third year in a row, and will play at top-seeded TCNJ on Saturday, May 4, at 1 p.m. The NJAC champion will earn the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Championship. Elaina Corson scored five goals on the day with Calista Burke adding three goals and a career-high four assists. Molly Green and Fiona Lockhart had two goals each... Read more →

Complete List of 2024 Giants Draft Picks

Image Source The 2024 NFL Draft has just wrapped up, and we've got all the details on the Giants' newest players, including their new top wide receiver who is likely to significantly impact their offense. Check out the full list below to see who's joining the team. Round 1 Pick No. 6: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU Accolades Unanimous All-America honors in 2023. First-Team All-America by AP, Walter Camp, AFCA, FWAA, and Sporting News. First-Team All-SEC by AP and SEC Coaches in 2023. Nearly won the Biletnikoff Award in 2023. Records LSU's top in receptions (189) and receiving yards (3,003). One... Read more →

Rowan Moves to the Next Round of NJAC Baseball Championship

UNION, NJ – Tyler Cannon and Anthony Schooley had three hits each, and righthander Mike Shannon went eight innings to earn the win, as fifth-seeded Rowan (25-11) held on for an 8-6 win over second-seeded Kean in the opening round of the NJAC Baseball Championship. CNBNews graphic files The double-elimination tournament moves to Rutgers-Camden for the weekend with the #21 Profs set to take on third-seeded Ramapo, on Friday at 7 p.m. The Roadrunners defeated Rutgers-Camden, 8-7, today. Shannon (7-2) went 8.0 innings and struck out three, allowing three runs. It marked the third straight game in which the senior... Read more →

FOND MEMORIES: Brooklawn American Legion 72 Years of Baseball Glory Days

Baseball, it is said, is only a game. True. And the Grand Canyon is only a hole in Arizona. Not all holes or games are created equal--George Will photo credit American Legion Baseball Joe "Pop" Barth CNBNews photo by John Kellmayer Baseball is a game of legends. One of New Jersey’s biggest baseball legends is Joe “Pop” Barth. Before I wrote this story, I wanted to visit the field named in his honor. In the tiny Cabin County community of Brooklawn, there is a baseball field, located less than fifty yards from Route 130. An Italian restaurant on 130 pumps... Read more →

Corson Scores Five Goals, including 100th of Her Career; Rowan Secures Spot in NJAC

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Elaina Corson scored five goals, including the 100th of her career, and Calista Burke added four, to lead Rowan to a 14-12 lead over Montclair State in the NJAC women's lacrosse regular-season finale. With the win, Rowan (7-10; 3-1 NJAC) secures the second seed in the 2024 NJAC Championship and will host Stockton in a semifinal game on Wednesday, May 1 at 4 p.m. Corson, a sophomore, reaches the 100-goal mark in just her 34th career game. Trish Gillen added two goals and a team-best four assists, with Molly Green contributing two goals and one assist and... Read more →

Rowan and NJCU Play Double-Header Saturday

NEWARK, NJ – A furious ninth-inning rally by #19 Rowan fell short as the Profs were defeated by Rutgers-Newark, 8-7, in an NJAC game. The Profs (22-11; 8-8). Will close out the regular season on Saturday hosting a crucial doubleheader vs. NJCU. After Rutgers-Newark (18-18-; 3-13) built up an 8-3 lead in the seventh inning, the Profs fought back with four runs in the ninth but it wasn’t enough. A pair of two-run doubles by Pat Defeciani and Dylan Maria got the Profs within one, but Vince Taylor pitched the final three innings and kept Rowan from tying the game.... Read more →

MARYLAND FISHING: Wide Variety of Fish Active, Including Northern Snakehead

Maryland Fishing Report – April 24 Zach Bennett caught this northern snakehead in the Patapsco River. Photo courtesy of Zach Bennett The weather forecast for the next week promises mild and sunny conditions, perfect for venturing into the outdoors for fishing with family and friends. Trout continue to be stocked each week in the put-and-take trout waters, and a wide variety of fish are active, including the northern snakehead. Forecast Summary: April 24 – April 30: Stable, moderate weather this week will make for great fishing conditions to enjoy the variety of fish currently swimming in Maryland’s waters. Main Chesapeake... Read more →

Rowan's Tyler Cannon Hits Two Home Runs in 9-5 Win over Immaculate; GCHS Alum

GLASSBORO, NJ- Senior Tyler Cannon (Clayton, NJ/Gloucester Catholic) slugged two home runs, one which was the 200th hit of his career, to lead #19 Rowan past Immaculata, 9-5, in non-conference baseball action this afternoon. The Profs are now 21-10 (7-7 NJAC) heading into the final four regular-season games. Cannon went 2-for-4, scoring three runs and driving in four. He hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning to give Rowan a 6-0 lead. That would be the milestone hit, the 200th in his three seasons with the Prof. He duplicated the effort in the sixth, with another two-run home run.... Read more →

Busy regatta season in full swing on the Cooper River

(Pennsauken, NJ) – The Cooper River has a packed regatta season ahead of the year’s main event; the 85th annual Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta, which is being held in Camden County in May for the second time. “The regatta season has been in full swing since the end of March and will stay busy before and after the highly anticipated return of the Dad Vail Regatta,” said Commissioner Jeff Nash, liaison to the Camden County Parks Department. “Last year was such a success and we cannot wait to welcome thousands of world class athletes and more than 30,000 fans back... Read more →

Annual High School Golf Commissioners Cup

BLACKWOOD, NJ --On Monday, the Board of Commissioners will host its 25th annual High School Golf Commissioners Cup, in which 17 co-ed and five girls teams will compete. Each year, the Board of Commissioners invites schools throughout the county to send up to four players to represent their alma mater in the county-wide event. “This is a highly anticipated event each year because it honors high school athletes from Camden County who represent excellence both on the field and in the classroom,” said Commissioner Ed McDonnell, liaison to the Camden County Department of Events and Community Outreach. “It is always... Read more →

Gloucester Catholic's Senior, Isabella Teti Receives Over $1.3 Million in Scholarship Offers

Bella Teti GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 21, 2024)--Bella Teti, a senior at Gloucester Catholic, has received over $1.3 million in scholarship offers from 13 universities and colleges. According to the winter-spring edition of RAMBLINGS, she also received the prestigious Christian Brothership scholarship from LaSalle University, which covers full tuition for all four years. Teti is an all-around student-athlete. She is a cheerleader and also plays varsity softball and volleyball. She was recently inducted into the National Honor Society. The clipping below is from the winter/spring edition of Ramblings, the school's newspaper. Read more →

CNB Fishing Maryland Report: Warming Waters Coming AND Spawning Gamefish will Follow

Maryland Fishing Report – April 17 April 17, 2024 Tim Wills was out on the Bay recently fishing for blue catfish with his friends and enjoyed a great day on the water together. Photo by Bob Neighoff We are in store for some nice weather this week, so be sure to get outdoors and enjoy some of the many fishing opportunities in Maryland. Trout fishing is bolstered with continuing stockings, other freshwater species are active, and blue catfish can be found in every tidal water of the Chesapeake Bay. Forecast Summary: April 17 – April 23: Warming days in the... Read more →

GCHS Rams Basketball Coach Marks 700th Victory

photo provided GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (APRIL 18, 2024)(CNBNews)--The Lady Rams proved their mettle on February 1, 2024, with a decisive win over Pitman in a Tri-County Conference game, earning their coach Lisa Angelotti Gedaka her 700th victory. Ram player Lisa Angeolloti with Monsignor Edward Lucitt, pastor of St. Mary's parish. As he was affectionately called, Big Ed was a big fan of the school's sports teams. Lisa's legendary status as the most accomplished girls' basketball coach in South Jersey's history and the eighth coach in the state to reach this milestone is a testament to her unwavering determination and exceptional... Read more →

Rowan Guard Marcellus Ross named the Co-Small College Player of the Year

CHERRY HILL, NJ - Rowan guard Marcellus Ross (Sicklerville, NJ/St. Joseph’s Hammonton) was named the Co-Small College Player of the Year by the Albert Carino Boys Basketball Club of South Jersey and received the honor during the organization annual awards banquet on April 16th. Dominic Dunn of Widener shared the honor with Ross. The senior was selected to the All-Conference Second Team this year, marking his third consecutive selection to the All-NJAC Team. Ross recorded 20 or more points in 10 of Rowan’s 27 games this season, while averaging a career-high 18.7 points per game. He topped the conference in... Read more →

Rowan Defeats York 6-5 in Non-Conference Baseball Today

GLASSBORO, NJ – Chris Serrano and Karson Harcourt had key hits and Dylan Maria drove in the winning run as #20 Rowan defeated York (Pa.), 6-5, in non-conference baseball action today, with the Profs improving to 17-9 on the year. Phil Sedalis went 3-for-5 with two runs scored with Jason Morgan and Nick Struble chipping in two hits each. Serrano drove in two runs as did Maria, with the Profs totaling four doubles in the game. Freshman Nick Cugino (1-0) earned his first victory as a Prof in 2.1 innings of work with Sean Colbert picking up his team-best third... Read more →

GCHS ALUMNI NEWS: Honoring the 1997-98 Gloucester Catholic Boys' Basketball Team

RAMBLINGS photo GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ (April 16, 2024)(CNBNews)--The 1997-98 Gloucester Catholic Boys' Basketball team was highlighted in the Alumni section of the winter-spring issue of the RAMBLINGS. That season, the Rams dominated the Tri-County Royal Division and finished as the 15th-ranked team in South Jersey according to the final rankings by Courier Post. Their impressive record of outscoring their opponents by nearly 12 points per game is the 10th highest point difference in the program's history. There's no denying that this team was a force to be reckoned with, and their achievements speak for themselves. The coach of the team... Read more →

Achieving a Balanced Lifestyle by Boxing

In today's fast-moving world, keeping up with a healthy routine can feel like a big challenge. With busy work schedules and long lists of things to do, it's easy to put exercise and taking care of ourselves on the back burner. But even in the middle of all this craziness, there's something powerful that can help us. It's called boxing. Boxing isn't just about throwing punches; it's a way to boost both our physical fitness and our mental strength. At Hayabusa, a global leader in combat equipment and technical fight apparel, we understand the importance of incorporating boxing into your... Read more →

Rowan's Head Football Coach Stepping Down

Jay Accorsi Announces Retirement as Rowan Head Football Coach After 22 Seasons of Leading the Profs GLASSBORO, NJ (April 12, 2024)--– Jay Accorsi, the Rowan University football program’s all-time leader in victories, has announced his retirement as head football coach after 22 seasons at the helm. The longest-tenured head coach in the program’s history, Accorsi leaves after a total of 30 years of service to the University. Accorsi’s head coaching record in 22 years stands at 143-78 with seven shared or outright NJAC titles and seven appearances in the NCAA Division III Championships. The Profs made four straight NCAA Playoff... Read more →

Getting back into sport and looking after my diet

"It's decided; I'm going back to sport! That's a good thing. It's worth remembering that a sedentary lifestyle is a scourge of modern times. We are far too static. The body and mind are never relieved, and we create tensions. The natural massage of movement no longer stimulates our organs. The body becomes numb and rigid. That's why we've decided to give you as much advice as possible on how to get back into exercise in the best possible conditions. Because sport is movement. And movement is life. After your sports session, you can also use CBD oil to relax... Read more →

Profs Brake Out of 4-Game Skid, Dominate Rutgers 20-5

GLASSBORO, NJ – Jason Morgan hit a grand slam and Pat Defeciani hit two homers as #18 Rowan broke out of a four-game skid by dominating Rutgers-Camden, 20-5, in NJAC baseball action. The Profs improve to 14-8 and 2-5 in the league. Morgan went 3-for-4 with four RBI as he hit his first career grand slam and the Profs’ first of the year. Defeciani had a two-run home run and a solo homer to score three times and drove in five runs, while Tyler Cannon went 4-for-6 at the plate and scored three runs as Rowan totaled 20 runs on... Read more →

American Legion Baseball Scholarship Form Available

Applications are available online for the 2024 American Legion Baseball Scholarship. The fillable nomination form is available here. Team managers and head coaches of post-affiliated American Legion Baseball teams must submit nominations for the American Legion Baseball Scholarship by July 15. The American Legion awards between $22,000 and $25,000 in scholarships to deserving baseball players each year. Each Department Baseball Committee may select a player from its department to receive this scholarship. The American Legion will award several scholarships each year depending on the number of applicants and interest earned from the trust fund. Any team manager or head coach... Read more →

Francis "Frank" A. Grimm, of Deptford, Vietnam War Army Veteran

Of West Deptford Township, formerly of Audubon, NJ. Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, he was the son of the late Alvin Francis Grimm and Elizabeth (Flannery) Barnes. Frank is survived by his beloved wife of 50 years, Theresa (Rovere) Grimm, loving daughters Emily Grimm, Caitlin Giles (Ryan); cherished grandchildren Abigail Rose and Liam Joseph. He is also survived by his sisters Deborah Ramon Gelsinger and Lisa Crawford. Frank valiantly battled a rare and incurable disease, Cardiac Amyloidosis, for many years. His final hours were spent at home, surrounded by his loving family, listening to Frank Sinatra and the music... Read more →

CNU Over Rowan Lacrosse; Prof's Molly Green Scores 5 Goals

GLASSBORO, NJ – Nineteenth-ranked Christopher Newport scored nine goals in the second quarter to break away for a 19-11 win over Rowan in women’s lacrosse action on a blustery day. The loss ruined a five-goal performance from Rowan junior Molly Green. It was a career-high in goals for Green while Rowan (3-8) also got two goals apiece from Elaina Corson and Alexis Lowry, while Fiona Lockhart chipped in with one. The teams played a low-scoring first quarter, 1-1, with Calista Burke netting first goal of the game, before Christopher Newport (10-4) outscored the Profs, 9-5, in the second quarter. CNU’s... Read more →

Grand Rush VIP: A Premier Australian Online Casino Experience 🎰🇦🇺

Grand Rush VIP, the casino's lauded loyalty scheme, is a dazzling five-tier journey from Gold Leaf to Gold Mine, each level promising to amplify your gaming experience with a cornucopia of bonuses, free spins, and exclusive offers. Launching into the stratosphere of Grand Rush Casino, founded in 2006 under the aegis of a Curacao license, promises not just a galaxy of over 200 stellar games powered by giants like Saucify, Rival, and Real Time Gaming, but also an odyssey through slots, live casino, table games, and keno that's as thrilling as it is rewarding. With a welcome offer that's as... Read more →

The Evelyn Hill Cycling Club for Women Will Begin Its 2024 Bicyle Rides on April 1; You're Invited

ROSENHAYN, N.J. (March 24, 2024)(CNBNews)– The Evelyn Hill Cycling Club for women will begin its 2024 bicycle rides at 6 p.m. Monday, April 1, at the Evelyn Hill Cycling warehouse, 685 Kenyon Ave, Rosenhayn, N.J. The club is open to women of all ages and abilities and new members are welcomed. Rides are held at 6 p.m. Monday and Thursday and 10 a.m. Saturdays, weather permitting. “Our EZ Monday rides are short and perfect for beginners, or women getting back into cycling,” said club founder Barbara Kornbluh. “We are a friendly group of women who ride together for fun and... Read more →

Sixth Figure Grant for Youth Initiatives in Camden City

from the Sixers Youth Foundation Funds Will Utilized for Enhancement and Expansion of Camden County Police Department’s Open Gym and Resource Nights Camden, NJ – Camden Community Partnership has received a six-figure grant from the Sixers Youth Foundation to fund youth fitness initiatives throughout the City of Camden. The donation will be utilized for enhancements and the expansion of Open Gym and Resource Nights, that have been jointly organized by the Camden County Police Department and the Department’s Village Initiative since the program’s inception in 2021. “Investment in our city’s youth is supporting a better and brighter future for the... Read more →

Which Races Make Up the Triple Crown of American Horse Racing

Source: Unsplash When people think of the pinnacle of American sporting events, attention naturally turns towards the Super Bowl, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup and World Series. And it's easy to see why those four are the crown jewels of stateside sports. Patrick Mahomes delivered one of the all-time great performances in the former of the four last month as he guided the Kansas City Chiefs to a dramatic second straight Lombardi. But outside of them, what else is there to get excited about? Well, horse racing has been around for literal centuries, and few traditions are as steeped in history... Read more →

CNB Sports: Legendary March Madness Stars

(CNBNEWS SPORTS)(MARCH 18, 2024)--In March, college basketball becomes the center of attention with the arrival of March Madness and the NCAA Tournament. While upsets and underdog stories attract casual fans, the tournament has also witnessed some of the most memorable individual performances in basketball history. Let's take a look at some of the most dynamic players in the NCAA Tournament. At the top of the list is Lew Alcindor, who later became known as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in his career. He played for UCLA under coach John Wooden and led the Bruins to three consecutive national titles from 1967-1969. Alcindor was... Read more →

Rowan Women's Lacrosse Over Clarkson, 18-4

SPARKS, MD (March 18, 2024)-- – Elaina Corson and Calista Burke had four goals apiece as Rowan rolled to an 18-4 win over Clarkson in women’s lacrosse action today played on USA Lacrosse’s Tierney Field. The Profs snap a four-game losing streak and had Clarkson (4-1) its first loss to improve to 3-4 on the year. Molly Green and freshman Alexis Lowry added three goals each and Hannah Lombardo, Fiona Lockhart and Yasmin Harris had a goal each. Trish Gillen handed out a game-high three assists for Rowan. Mel Rodgers made 10 saves in goal for the Profs and registered... Read more →

Are you an avid sports bettor looking to maximize your winnings? 

Look no further than line shopping, the art of finding the best odds in Arkansas sports betting. Line shopping is a strategic approach that compares odds offered by different sportsbooks to ensure you secure the most favorable bet. In this article, we will delve into the art of line shopping and provide effective strategies to enhance your chances of success. Understanding Line Shopping in Sports Betting Line shopping is not just about finding the best odds for a particular game; it's about finding the best odds consistently across multiple sportsbooks. The concept is simple: different sportsbooks may have different odds... Read more →

The Art of Analysis: How to Evaluate Teams and Players for Successful Sports Betting

Successful sports betting is not just about luck; it's about making well-informed decisions based on a thorough analysis of various factors that can influence the outcome of sporting events. Whether you're wagering on football, basketball, cricket, or placing a greyhound bet, understanding how to evaluate teams and players effectively can significantly enhance your chances of success. This blog post will guide you through the essential steps of conducting a comprehensive analysis before placing your bets. 1. Understanding Influential Factors Player Form: The current performance level of individual players is a critical factor to consider. A player in top form can... Read more →

Another Iditarod Sled Race Dog Dies, Number 3

View the web version SOURCE The Anchorage Daily News Just now, a Third Dog Dies Another dog died Tuesday outside a checkpoint during the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, bringing the number of sled dog deaths in this year’s contest up to three. Around 10:15 a.m., a 3-year-old male named Henry on rookie Calvin Daugherty’s team “collapsed on the trail roughly 10 miles before reaching the Shaktoolik checkpoint,” said a statement from race marshal Warren Palfrey. =========================== We'd sent you an email last night once we thought things had started to settle, after the Iditarod reported the death of... Read more →

Gamification Trends in Casino Platforms

In recent years, the casino industry has witnessed a digital metamorphosis, with gamification emerging as a pivotal trend that not only captivates players in traditional brick-and-mortar establishments but also significantly enhances their overall online gaming experience. Gamification entails integrating game-like elements and mechanics into non-gaming contexts, and within the realm of casino platforms, it entails transforming both traditional gambling activities and online gaming into compelling, immersive experiences. This article delves into the gamification trends that are molding casino platforms and shaping the online gaming experience, exploring their profound impact on player engagement and forecasting the future of this dynamic convergence... Read more →

Rowan's Cannon Hit 3 Run Homer; Final 15-7

SANFORD, FL - Tyler Cannon hit a three-run homer to key a six-run seventh inning, while Jason Morgan went 4-for-5 at the plate, as #16 Rowan rallied for a 15-7 win over St. John Fisher at historic Sanford Memorial Stadium, as part of the RussMatt Invitational. The win is Rowan's third on the trip as it improves to 4-1. Morgan was 4-for-5 with three runs scored a double and an RBI and Cannon was 2-for-4 with three runs and four RBI. Phil Sedalis went 3-for-4 with two runs, two RBI and three stolen bases and Dylan Maria had two hits,... Read more →

Rowan Baseball Over Saint Vincent, 11-1 at the Russ Matt Invitational in Florida

DAVENPORT, FL - Dylan Maria hit three home runs and Anthony Schooley had four RBI to lead #16 Rowan to an 11-1 win over Saint Vincent (0-5) in play this morning at the RussMatt Invitational. Junior Thomas Sullivan recorded the first victory of his career as he pitched six scoreless innings in the game that ended in the eighth with the 10-run rule in effect. Schooley had four RBI to lead #16 Rowan to an 11-1 win over Saint Vincent (0-5) in play this morning at the RussMatt Invitational. Junior Thomas Sullivan recorded the first victory of his career as... Read more →

HOME COUNTRY: Support professional bull riders. Heaven knows they can use the help

Slim Randles That thick old hide shifted beneath me as I got my handhold in the bull rope. I watched his horns. Looking straight ahead in the chute. So far, so good. You know, just like the jumper said as he passed the 26th floor. And then you find yourself asking the big question: if I take a little more time here in the chute to get set on him, will he start chute fighting?.Men have been killed by bulls who fight in the chute. The guys who have had this bull before say he behaves himself pretty well. He’s... Read more →

More Charges Filed Against Senator Menendez and His Wife

Federal authorities unveiled a third superseding indictment targeting Sen. Bob Menendez that adds obstruction of justice and conspiracy to commit the same to the growing list of criminal charges the embattled Democrat faces. In the Tuesday indictment, prosecutors from the Southern District of New York allege the senator and Nadine Menendez, his wife, sought to conceal their alleged bribery scheme by returning some bribe proceeds, characterizing the payments as loans, and causing their attorneys to lie to authorities. The new counts, which name only the couple, charge Sen. Menendez wrote a $23,569 check to his wife so she could return... Read more →