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Ohio Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Players of the Week for February 10for February 10

Terry Taylor Austin Peay

Kayne Henry Jacksonville State


















Michael Moreno Eastern Kentucky

OVC Players of the Week

Terry Taylor, F • 6-5, 230, Jr. • Bowling Green, Ky. • Austin Peay
Taylor earned his eighth OVC Player of the Week award of the season (tying the OVC single-season mark) after averaging 24.5 points, 18.5 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.0 steals/game while hitting 45 percent (18-of-40) from the field in a pair of road games. He tied the Player of the Week record held by Morehead State’s Kenneth Faried (2010-11) and Murray State’s Ja Morant (2018-19). Taylor had 26 points and 23 rebounds at Belmont on Saturday, marking just the ninth 20/20 game in the OVC in the past decade, and 11th 20/20 game among all Division I players this season. The 23 rebounds are the fifth-most by a player nationally this season and the most by an OVC player since Faried had 23 against Tennessee State on January 27, 2011. Taylor hit 11-of-20 field goals in the game and added two steals and two assists. He opened the week with 23 points, 14 rebounds and a block at Tennessee State; in that game the junior hit 7-of-20 field goals and 9-of-13 free throws. Taylor, who is one of six active players with 1,700 career points and 800 career rebounds (and the only junior among the six), ranks fifth nationally in offensive rebounds/game (4.08), seventh in points/game (22.3), 17th in rebounds/game (10.4), 23rd in double-doubles (11), 34th in minutes/game (36:17) and 40th in field goal percentage (56.4%).

Others Nominated: Grayson Murphy, Belmont; Josiah Wallace, Eastern Illinois; Michael Moreno, Eastern Kentucky; De’Torrion Ware, Jacksonville State; Tevin Brown, Murray State; Jr. Clay, Tennessee Tech; Parker Stewart, UT Martin.

Kayne Henry, F • 6-7, 210, Jr. • London, England • Jacksonville State
Henry was named OVC Newcomer of the Week for the third time in four weeks after averaging 17.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.0 steals/game and hitting 60 percent (15-of-25) from the field and 71.4 percent (5-of-7) at the free throw line. The transfer from Northwest Florida State College had 20 points, nine rebounds and three assists in Saturday’s 75-61 win at UT Martin. It marked his third 20-point effort of the season as Henry connected on 10-of-15 field goals in 38 minutes of play. He opened the week with 15 points, eight rebounds, three assists, two steals and a block at Southeast Missouri. In that contest the junior hit 5-of-10 field goals and 5-of-7 free throws. He ranks seventh in the OVC in rebounding (6.8/game).

Others Nominated: Marvin Johnson, Eastern Illinois; Jy’lan Washington, Tennessee State; Parker Stewart, UT Martin.

Michael Moreno, F • 6-7, 220, Fr. • Georgetown, Ky. • Eastern Kentucky
In a pair of road games Moreno averaged 17.5 points, 9.0 rebounds, 1.0 assists and 1.0 steals/game while hitting 68.8 percent (11-of-16) from the field, 55.6 percent (5-of-9) from 3-point range and 80 percent (8-of-10) from the free throw line. In Thursday’s 91-84 win at Eastern Illinois, Moreno was a perfect 5-of-5 from the field (4-of-4 from 3-point range) and connected on 3-of-4 free throws to score 17 points. He also added seven rebounds, two assists and a steal in 32 minutes of action. In Saturday’s loss to SIUE, Moreno scored a season-best 18 points to go along with 11 rebounds, as he notched his third double-double of the season. In that game he hit 6-of-11 field goals and 5-of-6 free throws and added a steal. Moreno ranks 12th in the OVC (and second among freshmen) in rebounding (6.0/game).

Others Nominated: Shamar Wright, SIUE; Mark Freeman, Tennessee State; Keishawn Davidson, Tennessee Tech.



MLB suspends three Minor Leaguers for drug violations

February 21, 2020


The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that three Minor League players have been suspended following their violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

Cincinnati Reds Minor League catcher Edward Guzman, who is on the roster of the rookie-level Arizona League Reds, and Seattle Mariners Minor League pitcher Kyle Hill, who is on the roster of the Single-A Modesto Nuts of the California League, have each received a 50-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Amphetamine, a stimulant in violation of the Program.

New York Mets Minor League outfielder Ryan Shinn, who is on the roster of the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Mets, has received a 50-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Ritalinic acid, a stimulant in violation of the Program.

The suspensions of all three players will be effective at the start of their respective 2020 seasons.




MLB suspends free agent pitcher Victor Alcantara

Victor Alcántara with Detroit Tigers in 2019 By Ian D'Andrea on Flickr, CC BY-SA 2.0, https

February 21, 2020


The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that free-agent pitcher Victor Alcántara has received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing positive for Stanozolol, a performance-enhancing substance, in violation of Major League Baseball’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

The 26-year-old Alcantara, a righthander, pitched for the Tigers from 2017-2019 with an overall record of 4-3 with an ERA of 4.28 and 50 strikeouts.

Alcántara was outrighted off the Tigers roster and elected free agency on October 24, 2019.



Derrick DeVries of Calvin College, repeats as MIAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for February 17

Derrick DeVries

Derrick DeVries, Calvin
Senior, Wing
Grand Rapids, Mich.

Derrick DeVries averaged 28.0 points and 15.0 rebounds in two MIAA wins last week, moving the Knights into second place in the MIAA standings. DeVries poured in 37 points in Calvin’s 87-76 win over Alma Feb. 15 while adding 16 rebounds, five assists, and one blocked shot. Earlier in the week, DeVries tallied 19 points, including a perfect 11-of-11 effort at the free throw line, in the Knights’ 78-71 road win over Trine Feb. 12; DeVries added 14 rebounds and four assists.

2019-20 MIAA Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week

Nov. 11 – Zachary Winston, Albion
Nov. 18 – Derrick DeVries, Calvin
Nov. 25 – Caden Ebeling, Albion
Dec. 2 – Cole Kleiver, Alma
Dec. 9 – Steven Harvey, Alma
Dec. 16 – Jordan Harris, Adrian
Dec. 23 – Derrick DeVries, Calvin
Dec. 30 – Caden Ebeling, Albion
Jan. 6 – Shawn Pardee, Olivet
Jan. 13 – Marcus Winters, Trine
Jan. 20 – Langston Johnson, Trine
Jan. 27 – Jamezell Davis, Jr., Albion
Feb. 3 – Ryan Stevens, Alma
Feb. 10 – Derrick DeVries, Calvin
Feb. 17 – Derrick DeVries, Calvin




2020 Generation Adidas Cup to feature global soccer future stars

NEW YORK (Feb. 13, 2020) – Major League Soccer today announced the details for the 2020 Generation adidas Cup, an elite youth tournament featuring top clubs from North America and across the globe. A total of 40 elite professional academies spanning 11 countries will participate in U-17 and U-15 competitions at the Toyota Soccer Center at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas from April 4-11.

The future stars of the sport will be on display as 25 MLS Academy teams participate in an expanded U-17 competition that includes 15 premier international clubs, the largest field in the 13-year history of the tournament. Top international clubs from Argentina (Boca Juniors, River Plate), Brazil (São Paulo), England (Southampton), Greece (Olympiacos), Mexico (Chivas de Guadalajara), Serbia (Red Star Belgrade) and Spain (Real Betis), among others will headline U-17 division play.

Intense rivalries will also play out in this year’s Generation adidas Cup with play between MLS and Liga MX clubs in U-17 and U-15 tournaments. The continued partnership between the two leagues will see top Mexican clubs in Atlas FC, Club Tijuana, Monterrey and a fourth yet to be determined team play in both age groups. For the second consecutive year, the U-15 International Challenge will feature Liga MX vs. MLS, with the top four clubs from each league qualifying through on-field performance. The league that captures the most victories between the two will win the International Challenge, while a secondary title will be on the line when the top MLS club and top Liga MX side face off in a winner-take-all finale.

Generation adidas Cup continues competitive initiatives in the collaboration between the two leagues, following in the footsteps of Campeones Cup and Leagues Cup.

“The pathway to the professional level in North America continues to be driven by the standard setting partnership between adidas and Major League Soccer, through programs like the Generation adidas Cup.  Again in 2020, MLS Academies, along with prestigious international clubs, will compete in this world class competition that gives the best youth players in North American the opportunity to compete and measure themselves against the best in the world,” said Jason Davis, Grassroots/Players Senior Manager for adidas Soccer Sports Marketing.

  • Click here for Generation adidas Cup qualifying standings

The 25 participating MLS clubs compete in Generation adidas Cup qualifiers to determine their opponents in April – beginning in October and culminating in final qualifiers from Feb. 14-17 in Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles and Salt Lake City. The top two MLS clubs in each U-17 group will advance to face top international clubs in Division 1 play, while third and fourth place teams will play Liga MX opponents in Division 2, and the remaining clubs will play in Division 3. For the U-15 qualifiers, only the top MLS club in each group will advance to participate in the MLS-Liga MX International Challenge in Frisco.

Inter Miami CF and FC Cincinnati will both be making their Generation adidas Cup debuts this year.

“Generation adidas Cup is a world-class competition that offers MLS Academy teams the opportunity to compete against some of the most talented youth players across the globe. With the addition of more international clubs, we are excited to see the most competitive iteration of the tournament yet,” said MLS Executive Vice President of Competition and Player Relations Todd Durbin. “The second iteration of the U-15 International Challenge, a unique competition designed to celebrate the rivalry and partnership between MLS and Liga MX, will showcase the top young talents from each league going head-to-head in this elite competition.”

As part of the MLS Youth Affiliate Network launched in September 2019, MLS Youth Affiliate clubs will participate in the inaugural Generation adidas Cup Affiliate Challenge. These affiliate clubs work with their respective MLS sides to improve talent identification and player development, as Generation adidas Cup serves as an important benchmark in the professional path for youth players.

Additional Generation adidas Cup info including match schedules, broadcast details and ancillary events will be announced in the weeks preceding the tournament.

U-17 Division 1 International Participants
CA Boca Juniors (Argentina)
CA River Plate (Argentina)
CD Guadalajara (Mexico)
Olympiacos FC (Greece)
Real Betis (Spain)
Red Star Belgrade (Serbia)
São Paulo FC (Brazil)
Southampton FC (England)

U-17 Division 2 International Participants
Atlas FC (Mexico)
Club Tijuana (Mexico)
CF Monterrey (Mexico)
Liga MX club to be named

U-17 Division 3 International Participants
Ashanti Gold SC (Ghana)
Club Sporting Cristal (Peru)

U-15 Liga MX Participants
Atlas FC (Mexico)
Club Tijuana (Mexico)
CF Monterrey (Mexico)
Liga MX club to be named

Affiliate Challenge
Metropolitan Oval Academy (New York City FC)
Real Salt Lake Arizona (Real Salt Lake)
Rio Rapids New Mexico (Colorado Rapids)
Sporting St. Louis (Sporting Kansas City)
Toronto FC Affiliate All-Stars (Toronto FC)

About Major League Soccer
Headquartered in New York City, Major League Soccer – celebrating its 25th Season in 2020 – features 26 clubs throughout the United States and Canada, in addition to future expansion teams in Austin, St. Louis, Sacramento, and Charlotte. For more information about MLS, visit




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