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2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship Day 2 Prelims: Stanford, Cal Load Finals

[ad_1] The post 2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship Day 2 Prelims: Stanford, Cal Load Finals appeared first on Swimming World News. Cal leads the 2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship by 16 points heading into day two, followed closely by Stanford and USC. Arizona hopes Kirsten Jacobsen and Hannah Cox, the top two 500 free seeds, The post 2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship Day 2 Prelims: Stanford, Cal Load Finals appeared first on Swimming World News. [ad_2]
Hockey

Bruins use late scoring barrage snap Lightning’s streak 4-1

[ad_1] BOSTON (AP) — The Lightning have been dominating the Eastern Conference for the past few months. The Bruins sent them a reminder that they’re very much still lurking behind them. Boston scored three times in less than three minutes in the third period and snapped Eastern Conference-leading Tampa Bay’s franchise-best 10-game winning streak with a 4-1 victory Thursday night. Jake DeBrusk, Noel Acciari, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand all
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2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship Day 2: Weitzeil, Eastin, Hansson Claim Titles

[ad_1] The post 2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship Day 2: Weitzeil, Eastin, Hansson Claim Titles appeared first on Swimming World News. Cal leads the 2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship by 16 points heading into day two, followed closely by Stanford and USC. The second day opens with the 500 free, then moves to The post 2019 Women’s Pac-12 Championship Day 2: Weitzeil, Eastin, Hansson Claim Titles appeared first on Swimming World News. [ad_2]
Basketball

Warriors’ Durant (rest) misses 1st game of season

[ad_1] ORLANDO, Fla. -- Warriors star Kevin Durant missed Golden State's 103-96 loss to the Magic on Thursday night to rest in advance of what the Warriors hope is another long postseason run.Durant, who had played in all 61 games this season before Thursday, just needs a little recharge, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said."He's just wiped out," Kerr said before Thursday's game. "He's tired. He's been going at it hard
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Islanders spoil Tavares’ return to NY in 6-1 win over Leafs

[ad_1] UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Casey Cizikas scored twice and the New York Islanders beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 6-1 Thursday night in former captain John Tavares‘ first time back as a visiting player. Anthony Beauvillier, Anders Lee and Valtteri Filppula also scored for the Islanders, who had lost three of their last four. Robin Lehner stopped 34 shots to help New York move two points ahead of Washington atop
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2019 NAIA Championships Day 2: Keiser Men Sweep Relays

[ad_1] The post 2019 NAIA Championships Day 2: Keiser Men Sweep Relays appeared first on Swimming World News. By Olivia Wile, Swimming World College Intern. This evening kicked off the first full finals session of the 2019 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Championships. After winning the 800 free The post 2019 NAIA Championships Day 2: Keiser Men Sweep Relays appeared first on Swimming World News. [ad_2] Source link
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Boston Bruins 4, Tampa Bay Lightning 1

[ad_1] BOSTON (AP) — The Boston Bruins scored three times in less than three minutes in the third period and snapped the Eastern Conference-leading Tampa Bay Lightning‘s franchise-best 10-game winning streak with a 4-1 victory Thursday night. Jake DeBrusk, Noel Acciari, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand all had goals for the Bruins (38-17-9), who have won nine of their last 10 games and earned at least one point in 15
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2019 ACC Men’s Swimming Championships Day 3 Finals: NC State Pulling Ahead

[ad_1] The post 2019 ACC Men’s Swimming Championships Day 3 Finals: NC State Pulling Ahead appeared first on Swimming World News. During the first full finals session of the ACC Men’s Swimming Championships, NC State looked to remain the dominant team, with Wolfpack swimmers recording the top qualifying time in all The post 2019 ACC Men’s Swimming Championships Day 3 Finals: NC State Pulling Ahead appeared first on Swimming World
Basketball

Durant (rest) sitting out 1st game of season

[ad_1] ORLANDO, Fla. -- Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant will not play against the Orlando Magic on Thursday night so that he can rest in advance of what the Warriors hope is another long postseason run.Durant, who had played in all 61 games this season before Thursday, just needs a little recharge, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said."He's just wiped out," Kerr said before Thursday's game. "He's tired. He's been