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Posts Tagged ‘Colorado Springs Colorado.’

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: WL-S senior Meghan Vogel earns Jack Kelly Fair Play Award

 

(photo by megasportsnews.com)

West Liberty-Salem High School senior Meghan Vogel will be receiving the Jack Kelly Fair Play Award at the 2012 United States Olympic and Paralympic Assembly September 20-21 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Vogel received huge national attention in June after stopping to help a fallen competitor across the finish ,ine in the 1,600-meter race at the Division III state track and field meet in Columbus, Ohio.

The Jack Kelly Fair Play Award recognizes and athlete, coach or official for an outstanding act of sportsmanship and fair play.

 

Info compiled from West Liberty-Salem High School, Radio & TV news

Packers Hall of Famer Gregg has Parkinson’s disease

 

Forrest Gregg (SMU photo)

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame offensive lineman Forrest Gregg came out publicly recently that he has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.

The 78-year-old who lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, says he made his illness public so to promote understanding of the disease and push for more research.

Gregg’s family and neurologist says that his disease might be attributed to the numerous concussions he suffered while playing at Southern Methodist, the Packers and Dallas Cowboys from 1956-1971.

Gregg also was a successful coach with the Cleveland Browns, Packers and Cincinnati Bengals. He led the Bengals to the Super Bowl after the 1981 season against the San Francisco 49ers.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & NFL news

Ryu wins U.S. women’s Open in playoff

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21-year-old So Yeon Ryu won the U.S. Women’s Open on Monday, with a birdie on #18 that tied her with fellow Korean, Hee Kyung Seo, and then with fantastic approach shots in a three-hole playoff to beat Seo by three strokes.

The 5’6 golfer, who turned pro in 2007, now has 9 wins and certainly earned the Open title. She won the tournament on a 7,000-yard course that was battered by rain and thunderstorms everyday in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Patience and endurance was the key.

 

compiled from golf news reports

 

Miami of Ohio, five other schools form new hockey league

 

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Miami University in Oxford, Ohio will join a new hockey conference for the 2013-14 season, according to published news reports, radio and TV news.

An official news conference will be held Wednesday in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The conference will also include Colorado College, Denver, Minnesota-Duluth, Nebraska-Omaha and North Dakota.

Miami’s hockey program has been elevated to elite-status in recent years. The RedHawks have played in six consecutive NCAA tournaments, including Frozen Four appearances in 2009 and 2010. They’ve been a a member of the CCHA, the Central Collegiate Hockey Association for several years.

 

compiled from staff, Radio, TV news reports

OSU women’s golfer Rohanna qualifies for U.S. Women’s Open

 

Rachel Rohanna (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Ohio State women’s golfer, Rachel Rohanna, a sophomore, earned a spot to compete among the world’s best at the U.S. Women’s Open after qualifying recently in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Rohanna and the rest of the sectional field competed at the Broadmoor Country Club-East Course which will be hosting the 2011 U.S. Women’s Open to be held July 7-10.

Rohanna opened the first round with a 5-over 76 and followed with an 81 to conclude the 36-hole tournament with a 157 to be tied for fourth.

The Waynesburg, Pennsylvania native defeated Joy Trotter in a two-hole playoff to earn the first alternate position. However, Rohanna received a call later from the United States Golf Association (USGA) to inform her that she had earned a spot in the championship field.

 

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics