Women’s Top 25 Capsules

first_imgUNCASVILLE, Conn. (AP) — Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis led four UConn players in double figures with 23 points and the top-ranked Huskies beat South Florida 84-70 to win their second straight American Athletic Conference tournament.Breanna Stewart had 22 points and 12 rebounds for the Huskies (32-1), who led by 23 at halftime and held off USF (26-7) after intermission.Morgan Tuck had 17 points and 10 rebounds and Moriah Jefferson added 14 points.The Huskies have never lost an AAC regular-season or tournament game, and had never before won a conference game by fewer than 20 points.Shalethia Stringfield tied a career high with 20 points to pace South Florida (26-7). Tamara Taylor had 17 points and Courtney Williams added 16 for the Bulls.This was the 20th conference championship for UConn in 25 tries.NO. 5 BAYLOR 75, TEXAS 64DALLAS (AP) — Nina Davis had 16 points with 11 rebounds and Baylor clinched its fifth Big 12 tournament championship in a row Monday night.While Davis had only one basket after halftime, Alexis Prince scored 10 of her 13 points during that same span. Prince had a couple of big 3-pointers, the first setup by her impressive defensive play.The Lady Bears (30-3) won their seventh Big 12 tournament title. They clinched the league’s automatic NCAA Tournament berth though they were already a sure bet to play a first-round game at home.Texas (22-10) was in its first Big 12 tournament final since 2004, a year after winning it and then going all the way to the NCAA Final Four.NO. 24 SETON HALL 72, ST. JOHN’S 60ROSEMONT, Ill. (AP) — Ka-Deidre Simmons scored 20 points, 14 in the second half, as Seton Hall advanced to its first Big East Conference tournament final since 1995.Seton Hall jumped out to a 38-27 lead at halftime behind four 3-pointers by Janee Johnson and three from Tabatha Richardson-Smith. Eight of Seton Hall’s 14 first-half field goals were from behind the 3-point arc.St. John’s was 0 of 8 from distance in the game.Johnson had 14 points, all in the first half, and Richardson-Smith added 13 for Seton Hall (28-4).Seton Hall will play DePaul on Tuesday.Jade Walker and Aliyyah Handford had 18 apiece for St. John’s (21-10).St. John’s had a 13-9 lead when Handford picked up her second foul at the 10:34 mark. Seton Hall took advantage with a 24-8 spurt and led by 11 at halftime.last_img read more

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Newest Hyundai A-League Club’s Unveil Logos

first_img 2,305 Sports Logos Link to post By Brian in Boston, May 21, 2019 in Sports Logo News If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Quote 0 Newest Hyundai A-League Club’s Unveil Logos 9,940 posts   Only 75 emoji are allowed. Forums Home Share this post Brian in Boston Share this post Link to post Quote 2,305 ×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead 2,305 Recommended Posts agentrygraphics Wow…I didn’t realize the A-League was expanding by 2 clubs.  Go To Topic Listing × Followers 0 ×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead Share on other sites All Activity The club’s branding statement declared:”Our brand represents our football heritage, our vision, our communities and our history. We are loyal, tribal, proud, hard working, and inclusive. Our bull demonstrates our physical power and our club name is strong, stable and synonymous to our region. The three stars of the Southern Cross represent our connection as Australians and symbolise our links through Football – Community, National Premier League and A-League, each equally important. Our club name, bull and three stars are enclosed, embodying our association partners, our community and our vision – with strength and endurance. The black and white represents people from every culture and the touches of ochre pay homage to the Dharawal heritage.” A number of sources have indicated that the bull also references a runaway herd of cattle that was eventually discovered in the region in 1795. @TeamGentry Newest Hyundai A-League Club’s Unveil Logos Brian in Boston Insert image from URL The two newest clubs to be granted membership in Australia’s Hyundai A-League soccer competition have unveiled their respective team logos. Western United FC, representing the Western Suburbs of Melbourne and set to begin play next season, revealed the following mark on May 7th… In an accompanying statement, the club stated:”Without a shield or mascot, our bold design celebrates the growth of Victoria’s Western Corridor. From the birds-eye view, we’ve highlighted the pitch of the rooftops of Australia’s fastest growing community, and borrowed architectural forms influenced by the famous West Gate Bridge – the gateway to the West. Our signature green color represents growth, harmony and freshness. United as a team with one shared vision, a vision to stand out.” Macarthur FC, representing South Western Sydney and launching in time for the 2020-21 season, presented the following logo on March 14th… 389center_img SportsLogos.Net Posted May 21, 2019 That MacArthur logo has a lot of weird negative space at the top with the name above the horns.  389 Ochre is a unique color…but will be hell to match on fabric and apparel. It reminds me of the “old gold” that Wolverhampton Wanderers originally used and gradually switched over to a more orange hue. SportsLogos.Net Followers 0 Posted May 21, 2019 Members Share on other sites Join the conversation 389 Sports Logo News Sign in to follow this   1,413 posts Sports Logos agentrygraphics ×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL. ×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor Forums Home Reply to this topic… Sports Logo News Submit Reply Sign in to follow this   0 Reply to this topic Members Location:Detroit You can post now and register later. All Activity Desktop Tablet Phone Newest Hyundai A-League Club’s Unveil Logoslast_img read more

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