Www.UConnHuskies.com Mens Football of Connecticut head football coach randy Edsall announced a sophomore Also earnedallstate honors in Earned four varsity letters in baseball and wrestling http://www.uconnhuskies.com/ALLSTORIES/MFootball/2003/02/05/20030205.html
Extractions: Home About UConn Athletics Directions Schedules ... Women's Volleyball February 5, 2003 STORRS, CONN. - University of Connecticut head football coach Randy Edsall announced on Wednesday that the Huskies have signed 20 student-athletes to a National Letter of Intent to join the UConn program. "Im extremely happy," Edsall said. "We filled our needs. When you look at our board and our overall depth, you could see what we needed to do and I think we accomplished all of those goals. Our coaching staff did a great job and our players did a great job hosting these young men. Our professors and administrators that were involved with this did a great job too." UConn posted a 6-6 mark in a highly-successful 2002 campaign, highlighted by a 38-0 shutout win at Navy and a convincing 37-20 victory on the road against Iowa State on Nov. 23 in the season finale. The Huskies, who last year ranked fifth in the nation in passing defense and 19th in total defense, joined Division I-A for the 2000 season and will begin play in the BIG EAST Conference in 2005. The following is a full signee roster and short biography of each: PLAYER POS.
SportingNews.com Fantasy Source - NFL go to baseball, Draft Central How does the class of 2003 rank? WR, RandyHymes, Javin Hunter, Ron Johnson. CB, Chris McAlister, Robert tate. http://fantasy.sportingnews.com/nfl/teams/ravens/depthchart.html
Extractions: Pos. Starter Backups QB Chris Redman RB Jamal Lewis Chester Taylor FB Alan Ricard Harold Morrow WR Randy Hymes Javin Hunter Ron Johnson WR Travis Taylor Ron Johnson LT Jonathan Ogden Jason Thomas LG Edwin Mulitalo Casey Rabach Jason Thomas C Mike Flynn Casey Rabach RG Bennie Anderson Jason Thomas Mike Collins RT Orlando Brown Ethan Brooks TE Todd Heap Terry Jones Pos. Starter Backups DE Anthony Weaver Adalius Thomas DE Adalius Thomas Riddick Parker Marques Douglas NT Kelly Gregg Maake Kemoeatu OLB Peter Boulware OLB Cornell Brown ILB Ray Lewis Bart Scott ILB Edgerton Hartwell Bart Scott CB Chris McAlister Robert Tate CB Gary Baxter James Trapp Robert Tate FS Edward Reed Chad Williams SS Corey Fuller Anthony Mitchell Will Demps
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Extractions: defaultStatus = "Welcome to the Cincinnati SPJ Web Site." home ethics awards mission ... contacts 1999-2000 Cincinnati SPJ Awards Gerald White Memorial Prize Winner: Dan Monk, Cincinnati Business Courier for Getting on Board Comments: This package of stories is an exceptional example of investigative reporting. Dan Monk did a superb job of gathering the details about Cincinnatis boards and making sense of what their make-up means to the companies themselves and to the community. With data and in-depth interviews, Monk paints a detailed picture of the hazards a company and its investors face when its board is stacked with family members, friends and business associates. This report is a loud wake-up call for the Cincinnati business community. Deadline/Spot News Story (Daily) First Place: Staff, Cincinnati Enquirer, for April tornado coverage. Comments: This package of stories really shows how a team of reporters, designers and editors can pull together to give great coverage from all directions. The thorough effort not only gave the news but offered the community advice and instruction. Second Place: Staff, Cincinnati Post, for Tornado Kills Four
MINNESOTA 24, GREEN BAY 20 1 for 11 yards). Fumbles lost Green Bay (Brett Favre); Minnesota(Robert tate, randy Moss). Opponent's fumbles recovered Green http://archive.sportserver.com/newsroom/sports/fbo/1999/nfl/gbp/sums/archive/122
Extractions: BACK TO STORY SPORTSERVER BASEBALL BASKETBALL BACK TO STORY NFL FINAL 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH TOTAL - - - - - GREEN BAY 13 7 20 MINNESOTA 10 7 7 24 FINAL SCORING SUMMARY 1ST QUARTER: NONE 2ND QUARTER: MIN - FG, GARY ANDERSON 42 YD, 1:04. Drive: 5 plays, 29 yards in 1:20. Key plays: George 26-yard pass to Reed to Green Bay 28. MINNESOTA 3-0 GNB - TD, DORSEY LEVENS 1 YD RUN (RYAN LONGWELL KICK), 6:46. Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards in 5:42. Key plays: Favre 11-yard pass to Hall to Green Bay 37; Favre 11-yard pass to Bradford to Green Bay 48; Favre 16-yard pass to Schroeder to Minnesota 36; Levens 20-yard run to Minnesota 11. GREEN BAY 7-3 GNB - FG, RYAN LONGWELL 26 YD, 9:39. Drive: 7 plays, 15 yards in 2:40. Key plays: Parker recovery of Tate fumbled kickoff at Minnesota 22; Favre 6-yard pass to Freeman on 3rd-and-6 to Minnesota 12. GREEN BAY 10-3 MIN - TD, RANDY MOSS 57 YD PASS FROM JEFF GEORGE (GARY ANDERSON KICK), 10:43. Drive: 3 plays, 66 yards in 1:04. GREEN BAY 10, MINNESOTA 10 GNB - FG, RYAN LONGWELL 22 YD, 14:57. Drive: 11 plays, 69 yards in 4:14. Key plays: 15-yard face mask on Vikings' Tate on 3rd-and-9 to Green Bay 44; Favre 18-yard pass to Freeman to Minnesota 38; Favre 15-yard pass to Bradford on 3rd-and-8 to Minnesota 21. GREEN BAY 13-10 3RD QUARTER: MIN - TD, RANDY MOSS 1 YD PASS FROM JEFF GEORGE (GARY ANDERSON KICK), 13:15. Drive: 10 plays, 60 yards in 4:24. Key plays: George 17-yard run on 3rd-and-9 to Green Bay 42; George 18-pass to Reed on 3rd-and-6 to Green Bay 20; 21-yard pass interference on Packers' McKenzie on 3rd-and-13 to Green Bay 2. MINNESOTA 17-13 4TH QUARTER: GNB - TD, JEFF THOMASON 9 YD PASS FROM MATT HASSELBECK (RYAN LONGWELL KICK), 2:29. Drive: 5 plays, 37 yards in 2:34. Key plays: McBride recovery of Moss fumble at Minnesota 37; Favre 22-yard pass to Thomason to Minnesota 15; Favre 8-yard run too Minnesota 9. GREEN BAY 20-17 MIN - TD, LEROY HOARD 1 YD RUN (GARY ANDERSON KICK), 6:02. Drive: 7 plays, 64 yards in 3:33. Key plays: George 10-yard pass to Hatchette to Minnesota 49; Smith 10-yard run to Green Bay 32; George 36-yard pass to Moss to Green Bay. MINNESOTA 24-20 TEAM STATISTICS GNB MIN FIRST DOWNS 20 15 Rushing 4 5 Passing 14 9 Penalty 2 1 3RD-DOWN EFFICIENCY 3-15 5-13 4TH-DOWN EFFICIENCY 1-1 0-1 TOTAL NET YARDS 319 305 Total plays 72 56 Average gain 4.4 5.4 NET YARDS RUSHING 107 76 Rushes 28 26 Average per rush 3.8 2.9 NET YARDS PASSING 212 229 Completed-attempted 23-40 16-29 Yards per pass 4.8 7.6 Sacked-yards lost 4-26 1-29 Had intercepted 2 PUNTS-AVERAGE 7-42.9 6-46.8 RETURN YARDAGE 77 165 Punts-returns 2-15 4-35 Kickoffs-returns 3-62 4-119 Interceptions-returns 0-0 2-11 PENALTIES-YARDS 6-57 11-85 FUMBLES-LOST 3-1 3-2 TIME OF POSSESSION 33:26 26:34 PLAYER STATISTICS Missed field goals: None. Green Bay rushing: Dorsey Levens 26-99, Brett Favre 2-8. Minnesota rushing: Robert Smith 19-54, Jeff George 1-17, Leroy Hoard 6-5. Green Bay passing: Brett Favre 22-39 for 229 yards, 2 INT, TD, Matt Hasselbeck 1-1 for 9 yards, INT, 1 TD. Minnesota passing: Jeff George 16-29 for 258 yards, INT, 2 TD. Green Bay receiving: Bill Schroeder 6-71, Antonio Freeman 5-54, Dorsey Levens 4-21, Corey Bradford 3-43, Jeff Thomason 2-31, William Henderson 2-7, Lamont Hall 1-11. Minnesota receiving: Randy Moss 5-131, Jake Reed 5-73, Matthew Hatchette 4-40, Leroy Hoard 2-14. Green Bay tackles-assists-sacks (unofficial): Darren Sharper 7-0-0, Bernardo Harris 4-1-0, June Waddy 3-2-0, Leroy Butler 3-1-0, Cleditus Hunt 3-1-0, Keith Mckenzie 1-3-1, Jim Nelson 3-0-0, Tyrone Williams 3-0-0, Santana Dotson 2-1-0, Vaughn Booker 1-2-0, Vonnie Holliday 1-2-0, Antwan Edwards 2-0-0, Gilbert Brown 2-0-0, George Koonce 0-2-0, Mike Mckenzie 1-0-0, Billy Lyon 1-0-0. Minnesota tackles-assists-sacks (unofficial): Dwayne Rudd 10-2-1, Robert Griffith 9-0-0, Jimmy Hitchcock 8-0-1, Kenny Wright 6-2-0, Chris Doleman 4-2-1, Ed Mcdaniel 2-2-0, Orlando Thomas 2-1-0, Tony Williams 2-1-1, Kailee Wong 1-2-0, Anthony Bass 2-0-0, Robert Tate 2-0-0, John Randle 1-1-0, Jerry Ball 1-0-0, Duane Clemons 0-1-0. Interceptions: Minnesota (Robert Griffith 1 for yards, Kenny Wright 1 for 11 yards). Fumbles lost: Green Bay (Brett Favre); Minnesota (Robert Tate, Randy Moss). Opponent's fumbles recovered: Green Bay (De'mond Parker, Tod Mcbride); Minnesota (Dwayne Rudd). Officials: Referee-Mike Carey, Umpire-Garth Defelice, Head linesman-Sid Semon, Line judge-Walt Anderson, Field judge-Pete Morelli, Side judge-Tommy Moore, Back judge-Ron Spitler. A: 64,203; T: 3:14. SPORTSERVER BASEBALL BASKETBALL FOOTBALL ... THE SPORTS PAGE
CabinSports - National Football League - Randall Cunningham, 10, 58, 5.8, 0. randy Moss, 4, 43, 10.8, 0. Jeff George,17, 40, 2.4, 0. David Palmer, 3, 12, 4.0, 0. Duante Culpepper, 3, 6, 2.0, 0.Robert tate, 1, 4, 4.0, 0. http://thecabin.net/cabinsports/leagues/nfl/stats/nfl_player_728.html
Extractions: Passing Player Att. Comp. Pct. Yards Yds./Att. TDs Ints Rating Sacked Randy Moss Jeff George Randall Cunningham Totals Rushing Player Att. Yards Avg. TDs Robert Smith Leroy Hoard Moe Williams Randall Cunningham Randy Moss Jeff George David Palmer Duante Culpepper Robert Tate Harold Morrow Total Receiving Player Catch. Yards Avg. TDs Cris Carter Randy Moss Jake Reed Andrew Glover Robert Smith Leroy Hoard Matt Hatchette Jim Kleinsasser Andrew Jordan David Palmer John Mills Chris Walsh Carlester Crumpler Moe Williams Robert Tate Total Kicking Player FGA FGM Pct. PATM PATA Pct. PTS Gary Anderson Totals Kick Returns Player Returns Yards Avg. TDs Robert Tate David Palmer Moe Williams Yo Murphy Harold Morrow John Burrough Jim Kleinsasser Andrew Jordan Totals Punting Player Punts Yards Avg. Mitch Berger Totals Punt Returns Player Returns Yards Avg.
Dave Campbell's Texas Football tate plays catcher on the Ganders' baseball squad. For more on tate, please see http//www.texasfootball RandyRodgers, who authors the 'Blue Chips Section' of http://www.texasfootball.com/02front_0409.html
Extractions: Texas Football Roundup April 9, 2002 Here is the latest Texas high school, college and NFL news (even women's professional football), as well as recruiting tidbits and the latest on Casey Printers: One of the state's top prospects in 2003, Baytown Lee quarterback Drew Tate isn't exactly sitting idle this spring waiting for his senior football season. Tate plays catcher on the Ganders' baseball squad. Tate played left field as a junior but moved behind the plate following the graduation of Josh Ford, who now plays for Baylor. We keep thinking the Baytown Lee-San Antonio Roosevelt season-opener in our Texas Football Classic on August 31 is going to be an over-under of 80 points. Tate and Roosevelt RB Reggie Carson may combine for 600-plus yards of total offense. For more on Tate, please see http://www.texasfootball.com/02blue_0221.html Randy Rodgers, who authors the 'Blue Chips Section' of Dave Campbell's Texas Football magazine, has finalized the site and date for his 2002 Lone Star Kicking Challenge. Mark your calendar for Baylor University's Floyd Casey Stadium complex at 9 AM on July 12. Rodgers worked out 69 kickers at the 2001 Lone Star Kicking Challenge. Entry fee is $20 and includes a t-shirt and awards. The three competitions at the Lone Star Kicking Challenge are field goals, kickoffs and punting. For more on Randy Rodgers, please see http://www.randyrodgersrecruiting.com
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New Paltz Athletics - Baseball: Roster 32, Marc Smith, Fr. R/R, 510, 175, P, New City, NY/Clarkstown North. 35, AlexTate, Jr. 23, Greg Vignoli, Fr. R/R, 5-10, 160, P, Commack, NY/Commack. 9, RandyWalters*, Sr. http://athletics.newpaltz.edu/baseball/roster.cfm
Extractions: Last updated 4/3/03 No. Name Yr. Bat/Throw Ht. Wt. Pos. Hometown/HS Jason Atkins Fr. L/L P/OF New Rochelle, NY/New Rochelle Marc Bernstein Fr. R/R P/1B Altamonte Springs, FL/Trinity Prep Tom Bigler Sr. R/R OF/SS Brewster, NY/North Salem Rich Bizelia Jr. R/R P/OF Massapequa, NY/Kellenberg Silvester Castro Jr. R/R SS New York, NY/Norman Thomas Jeff Cote' Fr. R/R OF Mechanicsville, MD/Chopticon Jesus Estaba Jr. L/L P/OF Bklyn, NY/HS of Telecommunications Michael Farley Fr. R/R C Nanuet, NY/McClancy Joseph Gugliotta Fr. L/L P/DH Bayport, NY/Bayport-Bluepoint Joshua Gutes Fr. L/R C/OF Hauppague, NY/Hauppauge Vinny McAdams Fr. R/R OF/P Little Falls, NY/St. Johnsville Central Gustavo Ortega Sr. R/R Rosendale, NY/Rondout Valley Joe Papasidero Sr. R/R C Goshen, NY/Goshen Andrew Raphael Fr. L/L P Brooklyn, NY/The Berkeley Carroll School Keith Roloson Jr. R/R P Westtown, NY/Minisink Valley Phil Scaglione So. R/R Stony Point, NY/North Rockland Chris Schuon* Sr. R/R P Lake Katrine, NY/Kingston Kevin Smith* Sr. L/L OF Niskayuna, NY/Niskayuna Marc Smith Fr. R/R P New City, NY/Clarkstown North Alex Tate Jr.