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Archive for August 11th, 2019

Columbus Crew SC announces Season Ticket Membership drive

 

(courtesy Crew SC Communications)

Season Ticket Members will receive new downtown stadium priority and other exclusive benefits

 

COLUMBUS — Columbus Crew SC announced this week that Season Ticket Memberships for the 2020 Major League Soccer season are now on sale. Season Ticket Members will receive new downtown stadium priority as well as have the opportunity to save when they extend or purchase new memberships for the 2020 MLS season.

Crew SC is set to offer a 12-month payment option on all full Season Memberships along with potential Crew SC-hosted 2020 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Fourth Round, Round of 16 and Quarterfinal matches. Supporters also have exclusive benefits including new stadium priority, which allows supporters to have first access to the new downtown stadium.

Other benefits of Full Season Memberships include access to exclusive meet-the-team events such as the Season Kick-Off Party and Crew SC Fest; a dedicated Membership Team; discounted parking and member pricing on additional single-match tickets; access to Crew SC’s ticket exchange program and promotional add-ons; a discount at the Crew SC Shop; and purchase priority for potential MLS Cup Playoff matches and other MAPFRE Stadium events.

For complete details on 2020 Season Ticket Membership packages, supporters are encouraged to visit Crew SC’s website via the following link:http://bit.ly/33gp37M.

ABOUT COLUMBUS CREW SC
Columbus Crew SC (Soccer Club) is the first club in Major League Soccer. Crew SC is operated by The Edwards Family and The Haslam Family. The Black & Gold won their first MLS Cup championship in 2008 and also won the 2002 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as well as MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 2004, 2008 and 2009. The 2019 campaign is the Crew’s 24th season in MLS and the 20th season at historic MAPFRE Stadium — the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States. The Club has qualified for the MLS Cup Playoffs in four of the last five seasons, including winning the Eastern Conference Championship in 2015.

Website: ColumbusCrewSC.com | Twitter: @ColumbusCrewSC | Instagram: @ColumbusCrewSC | Hashtag: #Crew96 | Facebook.com/columbuscrewsc | Snapchat: ColumbusCrewSC | Stadium: MAPFRE Stadium | Training Facility: Crew SC Training Center at Obetz

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF COLUMBUS CREW SC COMMUNICATIONS

Western & Southern at Mason, Ohio: Saturday results, Sunday schedule

 

WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN DAILY RESULTS & SCHEDULE
Cincinnati’s Wolf Advances; Isner Headlines Sunday Night
ORDER OF PLAY – SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 2019
CENTER COURT start 10:00 am
WTA - Qualifying - [1] Barbora Strycova (Czech Republic) vs Rebecca Peterson (Sweden)
WTA - Qualifying - Magda Linette (Poland) vs Jennifer Brady (USA)
Not Before 2:00 pm
ATP – Alex de Minaur (Australia) vs Marco Cecchinato (Italy)
Night Session – Not Before 7:00 pm
ATP – Dusan Lajovic (Serbia) vs [13] John Isner (USA)
ATP – David Goffin (Belgium) / Hubert Hurkacz (Poland) vs Ivan Dodig (Croatia) / Filip Polasek (Slovakia)
GRANDSTAND start 11:00 am
ATP - Qualifying - [3] Pablo Carreno Busta (Spain) vs [WC] JJ Wolf (USA)
WTA - Qualifying - Zarina Diyas (Kazakhstan) vs [9] Jessica Pegula (USA)
ATP - Qualifying - [1] Mikhail Kukushkin (Kazakhstan) vs [12] [Alt] Andrey Rublev (Russia)
ATP – [5] Pierre-Hugues Herbert (France) / Nicolas Mahut (France) vs Nikola Mektic (Croatia) / Franko Skugor (Croatia)
STADIUM 3 start 10:00 am
WTA - Qualifying - Andrea Petkovic (Germany) vs [13] Ons Jabeur (Tunisia)
Not Before 12:00 noon
WTA - Qualifying - Krystina Pliskova (Czech Republic) vs [16] Lauren Davis (USA)
WTA - Qualifying - [6] Yafan Wang (CHN) vs [15] Iga Swiatek (Poland)
COURT 4 start 10:00 am
ATP - Qualifying - Alexei Popyrin (Australia) vs Denis Kudla (USA)
ATP - Qualifying - [2] Joao Sousa (Portugal) vs Yoshihito Nishioka (Japan)
ATP – Felix Auger-Aliassime (Canada) / Matteo Berrettini (Italy) vs [7] Henri Kontinen (Finland) / John Peers (Australia)
COURT 10 start 10:00 am
WTA - Qualifying - [3] Monica Puig (Puerto Rico) vs [10] Veronika Kudermetova (Russia)
Not Before 12:00 noon
WTA - Qualifying - [Alt] Astra Sharma (Australia) vs Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA)
COURT 7 start 10:00 am
ATP - Qualifying - [6] Casper Ruud (Norway) vs [9] Federico Delbonis (Argentina)
ATP - Qualifying - [7] Miomir Kecmanovic (Serbia) vs [11] Feliciano Lopez (Spain)
ATP - Qualifying - Philipp Kohlschreiber (Germany) vs Ivo Karlovic (Croatia)
Results – Saturday August 10, 2019
ATP Qualifying – First Round
[1] Mikhail Kukushkin (Kazakhstan) d [WC] Jack Sock (USA) 6-7(5),6-2,6-3
[2] Joao Sousa (Portugal) d [WC] Sebastian Korda (USA) 6-3,6-3
[3] Pablo Carreno Busta (Spain) d Marius Copil (Romania) 6-2,6-2
Philipp Kohlschreiber (Germany) d [4] Daniel Evans (Great Britain) 7-6(1),1-6,6-1
Alexei Popyrin (Australia) d [5] Marton Fucsovics (Hungary) 6-1,6-4
[6] Casper Ruud (Norway) d Bradley Klahn (USA) 7-6(5),7-5
[7] Miomir Kecmanovic (Serbia) d [Alt] Antoine Hoang (France) 6-3,6-4
Denis Kudla (USA) d [8] Cameron Norrie (Great Britain) 6-3,6-4
[9] Frederico Delbonis (Argentina) d [WC] John McNally (USA) vs 3-6,6-0,6-2
Yoshihtio Nishioka (Japan) d [10] John Millman (Austalia) 6-4,7-5
[11] Feliciano Lopez (Spain) d Lloyd Harris (South Africa) 3-6,6-2,6-2
[12] [Alt] Andrey Rublev (Russia) d [Alt] Bernard Tomic (Australia) 2-1 Ret’d
[WC] JJ Wolf (USA) d [13] Alexander Bublik (Kazakhstan) 6-3,6-3
Ivo Karlovic (Croatia) d [14] Tennys Sandgren (USA)4-6,6-4,7-6(6)
WTA Qualifying – First Round
[1] Barbora Strycova (Czech Republic) d Kaia Kanepi (Estonia) 7-6(3),3-6,6-3
Kristyna. Pliskova (Czech Republic) d [2] Shuai Zhang (China) 6-4,7-6(5)
[3] Monica Puig (Puerto Rico) d Aanastasia Potapova (Russia) 6-7(2),6-1,6-4
Zarina Diyas (Kazakhstan) d [4] Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (Russia) vs 6-1,7-7(5)
Magda Linette (Poland) d [5] Kristina Mladenovic (France) 6-2,7-5
[6] Yafan Wang (China) d [WC] CoCo Vandeweghe (USA) 6-2,6-2
Andrea Petkovic (Germany) d [7] Alize Cornet (France) 7-6(5),6-3
Astra Sharma (Australia) d [8] Polona Hercog (Slovenia) 6-3.6-3
[9] Jessica Pegula d Mihaela Buzarnescu (Romania) (USA) 6-3,7-6(5)
[10] Veronika Kudermetova (Russia) d [WC] Destanee Aiava (Australia) 6-4,2-6,6-2
Jennifer Brady (USA) d [11] Jil Teichmann (Switzerland) 1-6,6-1,6-2
Rebecca Peterson (Sweden) d [12] Margarita Gasparyan (Russia) 6-1,7-5
[13] Ons Jabeur (Tunisia) d [WC] Shelby Rogers (USA) 7-5,2-6,7-6(5)
Bethanie Mattek-Sands (USA) d [14] Elena Rybakina (Kazakhstan) 6-3, 6-2
[15] Iga Swiatek (Poland) d Kateryna Kozlova (Ukraine) 6-2,6-7(0),6-4
[16] Lauren Davis (USA) d [WC] Kristie Ahn (USA) 2-6,7-6(7),6-2
Vital Information
About the Western & Southern Open
The Western & Southern Open will be held August 10-18, 2019, at the Lindner Family Tennis Center, 20 miles north of Cincinnati in Mason, Ohio. The tournament is one of the prestigious ATP Masters 1000 events on the men’s tour and a Premier 5 event for the WTA. The event has drawn more than 190,000 spectators in four of the last five years, including fans from all 50 states and more than 35 countries. In addition, the tournament reached a worldwide audience of more than 63 million people in 165 markets in 2018. The tournament is one of the last stops on the US Open Series before the US Open in New York. Since 1974, the tournament has contributed more than $10 million to various beneficiaries including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the Barrett Cancer Center at UC and Tennis for City Youth. For more information, visit www.wsopen.com.
About the US Open Series
Now in its 16th season, the world’s best players on the WTA and ATP Tour are coming together for the US Open Series. Linking six summer WTA and ATP Tour tournaments to the US Open, the US Open Series serves as a true “regular season” of hard court tennis. Featuring a cohesive schedule, the Series centralizes the way tennis is viewed in North America, across multiple television and digital platforms. Fans will see today’s top champions go head-to-head with tomorrow’s emerging stars, as storylines develop throughout the summer season. Each tournament also engages its local community with a variety of outreach initiatives, including grass-roots youth tennis clinics and activities.
About the WTA
Founded by Billie Jean King in 1973 on the principle of equal opportunity for women in sports, the WTA is the global leader in women’s professional sport with more than 1,800 players representing 85 nations competing for a record $164 million in prize money. In 2018, the WTA was watched by a record-breaking global audience of 600 million. The 2019 WTA competitive season includes 55 events and four Grand Slams in 29 countries, culminating with the WTA Finals Shenzhen, offering an unprecedented $14 million total prize purse and honoring the season’s top singles and doubles players. Further information on the WTA can be found at www.wtatennis.com.
About the ATP
The ATP is the governing body of the men’s professional tennis circuits – the ATP Tour, the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour. With 63 tournaments in 30 countries, the ATP Tour showcases the finest male athletes competing in the world’s most exciting venues. From Australia to Europe and the Americas to Asia, the stars of the 2019 ATP Tour will battle for prestigious titles and ATP Rankings points at ATP Masters 1000, 500 and 250 events, as well as Grand Slams (non ATP events). At the end of the season only the world’s top 8 qualified singles players and doubles teams will qualify to compete for the last title of the season at the Nitto ATP Finals. Held at The O2 in London, the event will officially crown the 2019 ATP Tour No. 1. For more information, please visit www.ATPTour.com.

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF WESTERN & SOUTHERN OPEN COMMUNICATIONS

Crew SC, FC Cincinnati rivalry starts with a tie, 2-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mapfre Stadium had standing room only crowd of 20,865

CALEB PORTER POSTGAME PRESS CONFERENCE

65,171 Caleb Porter Crew SC coach Is he happy team got a point instead of losing despite tie 8 10 2019

65,172 Caleb Porter Crew SC coach FC Cinn pressing you all over field Did that surprise him at all 8 10 2019

65,173 Caleb Porter Crew SC Down 2-0 how big was that goal before halftime for Columbus 8 10 2019

65,175 Caleb Porter Crew SC coach Crew SC finally has a real rivalry close to home with FC Cincinnati 8 10 2019

65,177 Caleb Porter Crew SC coach Crazy atmosphere at the game what set the loudness of the crowd in this game than in others 8 10 2019

 

In their first-ever MLS regular-season meeting, Columbus Crew SC came back to draw FC Cincinnati 2-2 on Saturday, August, 10 at MAPFRE Stadium.

In their first-ever MLS regular-season meeting, Columbus Crew SC came back to draw FC Cincinnati 2-2 on Saturday, August, 10 at MAPFRE Stadium.

The Black & Gold leveled the match in the 62nd minute when Pedro Santos received a pass from Wil Trapp, turned, and ripped a shot from outside of the box that floated into the top-left corner. The goal marked Santos’ eighth goal of the season and Trapp’s third assist.

Late into the match, Crew SC nearly scored the game-winner two times but both hit off of the crossbar.

Up next, Crew SC remain at home as they take on Toronto FC on Saturday, August 17 at MAPFRE  Stadium at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Summary

Crew SC                   FC Cincinnati

6 Corners 4
2 Missed Chances 1
62 Duels Won 71
12 Tackles Won 20
1 Saves 4
13 Clearances 16
1 Offsides 2
17 Fouls 21
2 Yellow Cards 3
0 Red Cards 0

Crew SC coach Caleb Porter says that he wanted 3 points but one point beats the losing

PHOTOS BY STUART MASON

MATCH RECAP WRITTEN BY Logan Agin; COURTESY COLUMBUS CREW SC COMMUNICATIONS

Wright State playing well on its trip to Italy, wins second game, 99-44 over Vicenza Locali; defense was the key

Defense and scoring at the basket were the keys to victory for Wright State in a 99-44 win over Vicenza Locali in game two of their ten-day tour of Italy.

The Raiders jumped out to a 22-1 lead at the end of the first quarter. Vicenza Locali had trouble all night getting the ball in the hoop. The Italian team finished shooting 20-66 (30.6%) from the floor.

Junior Loudon Love scored the first seven points for the Raiders on three straight possessions. Love ended the game with a team-high 15 points.  Redshirt freshman Grant Basile chipped in 11 points, including a picturesque Euro-step finish that was fitting for the setting.

“We were much sharper defensively, I was very pleased with the effort on that end of the ball,” head coach Scott Nagysaid. “We were able to pound the ball inside with Loudon and Grant and that really opened up the floor for us offensively.”

Wright State team chemistry shined as they finished with 24 assists on 36 made field goals. A bulk of the assists came in transition as the Raiders were able to snatch 16 steals, led by sophomore Jaylon Hall’s six.

“For a team with nine guys who did not play for us last year it has been helpful to get a chance to play together,” Love said. “All of the bonding going on this trip both on and off the court is so valuable to our team this season.”

All 15 players on the trip gained valuable experience in live game action during this contest. Freshman Dre Harris contributed 14 points including two put backs on offensive rebounds. However, the newcomer has taken so much more away from this tour of Italy.

“This trip has shown me that there is so much more than just Ohio where I have lived my whole life,” Harris said. “It has shown me how big the world is and how much I want to go places and see different things.”

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF WRIGHT STATE COMMUNICATIONS

Austin Hill takes overtime win in wild NASCAR Trucks Corrigan Oil 200 at Michigan

 

Austin Hill crosses the line first to win the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Corrigan Oil 200 on Saturday at Michigan International Speedway (courtesy MIS media relations)

BROOKLYN, Mich. (August 10, 2019) – Last lap passes and late restarts are the common theme in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series Corrigan Oil 200. This time the race needed an overtime finish as Austin Hill held off all the challengers for the checkered flag.

Tyler Ankrum lined up in the front row as the race went green with four laps to go on the restart after a Christian Eckes spin. But Ankrum never made it to the start finish-line as he was bumped from behind by Matt Crafton. Ankrum tried to save it, but spun down in front of the field to bring out the final caution.

After the cleanup, it was Hill up front for the green-white finish. He got a huge jump at the green flag and he would not relinquish the position to record his second win of the season. Sheldon Creed went low coming out of Turn 4, but could not finish the pass of Hill to finish second. Tyler Dippel, Brett Moffitt and Austin Wayne Self completed the top five.

“Man, I definitely did not want to do a green-white-checkered. I was cutting it kind of close on fuel,” Hill said. “I got a really good push out back by the 18 (Harrison Burton) that kind of propelled us and cleared us out front. I just had to start throwing blocks. Luckily, they started racing two and three-wide out the back. They gave us a gap out front and we were able to keep that gap. I thought the 2 (Sheldon Creed) was going to have a shot at it going into three, he had a really big run, but I was able to protect the bottom. Our Toyota Tundra was really fast today.”

The Corrigan Oil 200 served as the regular season finale for the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series. Teams had one final chance to pick up that crucial win and bonus points for the playoffs. Drivers were looking for any advantage to take the checkered flag.

Grant Enfinger won the regular season championship. He will be joined in the playoffs by Moffitt, Stewart Friesen, Hill, Chastain, Crafton, Sauter and Ankrum.

Ross Chastain started on the pole for the Corrigan Oil 200 and he was the truck to beat. He led all 20 laps in the first stage and the watermelon man was rolling. During his pit stop on the caution after the first stage, Chastain suffered damage when he was hit sitting in his pit stall. Johnny Sauter pulled out of his pit and got into the backend of Codie Rohrbaugh. Rohrbaugh spun around and hit Chastain in the right front to end Chastain’s day.

The action continues on Sunday for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Consumers Energy 400. Rochester Hills, Mich. native, Brad Keselowski will start on the pole for the second time at MIS with his first being in August 2017.

 

 

RACE RECAP WRITTEN BY Brad Kuhbander; COURTESY MICHIGAN INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY MEDIA RELATIONS

 

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