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Revolution star Twellman retires from Major League Soccer

Talyor Twellman (courtesy of MLS)

Taylor Twellman, star soccer player of the New England Revolution has decided to retire because of the effects of a concussion.

The 30-year-old Twellman had a concussion two years ago but has stated for awhile that the effects are still hampering his play.

Twellman is the leading goal scorer in team history. His 101 goals are the sixth highest in Major League Soccer history.

compiled from MLS & New England Revolution news

Big East Conference looking into expansion for football

The Big East is looking into expanding its football membership.

Presidents of the Big East Conference universities agreed unanimously to expand the football-playing roster to 10 at a recent board of directors meeting in Philadelphia.

Commissioner John Marinatto said in a statement that potential candidate will be evaluated.

Big East logo (courtesy of the Big East Conference)

The Big East has 16 basketball-playing schools but only 8 in football.

Leading the way for football expansion is Villanova University.

The conference has been in talks with Villanova that it to bring them into the football side of the conference because they’re already a member in basketball. Villanova currently plays football in the Colonial Athletic Association in the FCS, Football Championship Series.

Other potential members for football could include TCU, Central Florida, Houston and Temple.

compiled from staff, TV, Radio & Big East Conference

Ohio State’s Lavender named to AP women’s basketball preseason All-American team

Ohio State senior Jantel Lavender has been named to the Associated Press’ women’s basketball preseason All-America team.

Her teammate, junior Samantha Prahalis, was named among other players receiving votes from a national media panel.

Lavender is joined on the team by Maya Moore of Connecticut, Baylor’s Brittany Griner, Nnemkadi Oguwike of Stanford and Danielle Robinson of Oklahoma.

Jantel Lavender (42) (photo by Sue Epstein)

Lavender averaged 21.4 points and 10.3 rebounds in leading Ohio State to a 31-5 record and the Big Ten title. This will be the second year in a row that Lavender has been honored as a preseason All-American.

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Minnesota Lynx will pick first in upcoming WNBA draft

Maya Moore could be 1st pick in WNBA draft (UConn photo)

The Minnesota Lynx have won the WNBA lottery and will be selecting first in the league’s 2011 draft.

The Lynx will also pick fourth in the draft because of a trade with the Connecticut Sun.

All reports out of Minneapolis are saying that the Lynx will be take University of Connecticut All-American Maya Moore with the Number 1 pick.

compiled from WNBA & Minnesota Lynx news

Atlanta Hawks 100 Cleveland Cavaliers 88

The Cleveland Cavaliers lost 100-88 Tuesday night to the Atlanta Hawks at Quicken Loans Arena.

The Cavs played without forward Antawn Jamison who has a sore left knee. But J.J. Hickson made a career-high 11 field goals on his way to scoring a career-high 31 points.

Guard Mo Williams returned to the court after missing the first three games of the season and scored 12 points.

Larry Drew Atlanta Hawks coach (file photo)

The Cavaliers are now 1-3 on the season.

After a bad start to the game, Cleveland started to pick up its defensive effort to get back in the game, but they couldn’t overcome the talented Hawks who are 4-0.

Atlanta missed its first three shot attempts, then made 13 of its next 15. At the end of the first quarter, the Hawks made 15 of 21 shots. Cavs head coach Byron Scott took two timeouts to stop the Hawks rhythm to no avail.

compiled from staff & NBA news

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