At the end of every Thursday practice, Syracuse competes in a team shootout. The loser has to wear an orange helmet — a hockey dunce cap of sorts — in warmups before the next day’s game.On Friday, it was freshman Abby Moloughney sporting the orange cap as the players stretched and skated through their pregame routine. Hours later, she found herself in the same situation that failed her the day before: at center ice, with just the goalie to beat.“Honestly, it was pretty nerve-wracking,” Moloughney said. “Especially as a freshman, I felt a lot of weight on my shoulders to put that in.”Moloughney’s successful penalty shot capped Syracuse’s (9-19-3, 9-6-2 College Hockey America) come-from-behind 5-4 win over last place Lindenwood (7-19-3, 3-12-2). The Orange were down 4-2 heading into the third period, but two goals in the final 20 minutes brought the game to overtime. In extra time, Moloughney swerved through the attacking zone, flipped the puck in between the inside and outside of her stick, slid across the net and finished with an elevated left-handed wrist shot. Moloughney has been practicing the move, she said, and on Friday, it was the decisive game-winner.“I was thinking she’s saving it for this,” captain Lindsay Eastwood said. “This is her moment. She’s gotta redeem herself, and that’s exactly what she did.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Moments before the penalty shot, Moloughney fielded a pass from defender Allie Munroe in stride through the neutral zone. She had a step on Lindenwood’s defenders, but the Lions’ Hannah Alt recovered just in time to pull Moloughney’s jersey down before she could get a shot off. 41 seconds into overtime, Alt was assessed a holding penalty, sending everybody off the ice — except for Moloughney and Sophie Wolf, the Lions’ goalie.Wolf and Moloughney played on the same club team growing up, SU head coach Paul Flanagan said, so he was worried that Wolf knew Moloughney’s tricks. Instead, Moloughney fooled her former teammate.“At first when she made that move, I thought, ‘Uh oh, she’s running out of real estate,’” Flanagan said. “It was actually a pretty nice shot to have that little room and get it up top. I thought the goalie had her.”To give Moloughney the chance to win it in overtime, Syracuse had to overcome a two-goal deficit heading into the third period. After first period goals by Jessica DiGirolamo and Anonda Hoppner, SU struggled in the second period and allowed two unanswered scores to go down 4-2.In the locker room during the second intermission, Flanagan motivated his team by reminding them of the emotional significance of the game — Sherry Goodnough, a former player’s mother, recently passed away from pancreatic cancer. Each SU jersey had Goodnough’s slogan, “Dig Deep,” on the name plate.“(The speech) set in our hearts and in our minds that we’ve got to come through here,” Eastwood said. “This game’s not for us. This is for something much bigger than us.”With the added inspiration, Syracuse quickly cut Lindenwood’s lead. Eastwood snuck in a power play goal two minutes into the third period, and Emma Polaski tied it with her own power play score. Polaski, the team’s leading scorer, recorded a goal and two helpers.For the remainder of the third period, the Orange clung to the draw. On a Lindenwood breakaway, defenseman Allie Munroe recovered and slid across the ice, sacrificing her body to break up the play. Goalie Ady Cohen, who struggled early, made several key saves down the stretch. In the game, SU outshot Lindenwood 39-16.Then, Moloughney’s penalty shot broke the draw. Just hours after wearing the orange helmet in warmups, she celebrated with her teammates in a mosh pit.“I knew she was going to score,” Polaski said. “I absolutely knew. She lost the shootout, actually, yesterday in practice. So we were like, she’s definitely going to redeem herself and score this one.” Comments Published on February 22, 2019 at 11:21 pm Contact Danny: firstname.lastname@example.org | @DannyEmerman Facebook Twitter Google+
Why: “Thank you in advance for your contribution to a better world for ALL our children. Knowledge is Power! and Employment! in today’s information/knowledge-based economy, “ said Robinson. READ MORE! KNOW MORE! LOVE MORE! EARN MORE! Read to a child/children for 8 minutes and 46 seconds in Celebration of Father’s Day June 21, 2020 and in Honor of George Floyd. “We want to spread the word that reading together is not only fundamental, but it also helps create a strong parental bond,” says Georgia Robinson, President of Reading Pays More. “And it is especially important for parents to read with their young boys,” she said. Georgia works in one of the lowest income communities in Broward County, Florida, and sees first hand how low reading skills negatively affect the residents. RPM is part of Georgia’s vision to foster a culture of reading in every community and ensure that every child is reading and comprehending above grade-level regardless of the status of her or his biological parents. She believes that through RPM children will not only build a better future for themselves but will become caring, kind, compassionate, confident and self-sufficient adults who will continue to share their knowledge and love of words by paying it forward. RPM is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that markets the financial and other benefits of reading. Their MISSION is to help nurture a culture of reading so that every child is reading and comprehending above AGE- level. @Readingpaysmore. Take a picture or video of yourself reading with the child/children before or on Father’s Day and post it on all your social media with our Hashtag Father and Father Figures Step Up & Take the Challenge! ReadingPaysMore (RPM) was founded Georgia D.N. Robinson, who serves her community as a reading ambassador. She has a passion for education but found that the fundamental skill of reading and comprehension, above all, was being neglected. Georgia also speaks on the topics of student motivation and entrepreneurship. The Father’s Day Challenge aims to honor the memory of George Floyd, encourage the bond between Fathers and Father Figures with children and nurture a love of reading and help with the “Coronavirus learning slide.” The “coronavirus-learning slide” is akin to the “summer slide” which represents the learning deficit in reading skills that children usually experience during the summer months. Page https://www.facebook.com/ReadingPaysMore/ or our Instagram Page In the past for Father’s Day, the Non-Profit Organization Reading Pays More highlighted the importance of parents reading with their children via a social media campaign called #lovereadingwithdad. The group encourages dads, granddads and uncles of all ages to share a picture of themselves reading a book with a child using the hashtag #lovereadingwithdad. #lovereadingwithdad. You can also post it to our Facebook How: This year the ask of Fathers is even more relevant in light of the George Floyd tragedy. “We often mark and honor solemn events with a moment of silence. This Father’s Day, June 21, 2020, our organization is committed to honoring the 8 minutes and 46 seconds in which Mr. George Floyd tragically lost his life, through a positive call to action. We are asking Dads and father figures across the globe to share the experience of reading with a young person to encourage the love of reading,” said Robinson. For more information about ReadingPaysMore, please email email@example.com and follow us on Twitter and Instagram @readingpaysmore.
The Cardinal (4-7) won’t be playing in a bowl game for the first time since 2008, making Saturday’s matchup their de facto bowl game against 16th-ranked Notre Dame (9-2).Even though Stanford enters Saturday as significant underdogs, Notre Dame will have to overcome its recent trend of shortcomings at Stanford Stadium. Notre Dame hasn’t won at Stanford since 2007. The Irish’s most recent visit was a 38-20 loss to the Cardinal in 2017.If Stanford wants to keep the trend alive, it will have to do it without quarterback K.J. Costello, who was ruled out earlier this week with a thumb injury. Davis Mills will instead start at quarterback.Below is all the info you need to watch Notre Dame vs. Stanford on Saturday, including kickoff time, TV channel and a full Week 14 college football schedule.WEEK 14 PICKS: Straight up | Against the spreadWhat channel is Notre Dame vs. Stanford on today?TV channel (national): FoxLive stream: fuboTV (7-day free trial)Notre Dame vs. Stanford is on Fox, part of the network’s lineup of rivalry games Saturday. The game is sandwiched between No. 1 Ohio State at No. 13 Michigan at noon and “Bedlam” between No. 7 Oklahoma and No. 21 Oklahoma State at 8 p.m. ET. The annual showdown between Stanford and Notre Dame won’t carry its usual lofty implications, but it should provide plenty of excitement for both teams.MORE: Watch Notre Dame vs. Stanford live with fuboTV (7-day free trial) Tim Brando, Spencer Tillman and Coley Harvey will be on the call for Notre Dame vs. Stanford.Notre Dame vs. Stanford: What time is kickoff?Date: Saturday, Nov. 30Time: 4 p.m. ETThe Notre Dame vs. Stanford game starts at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, Nov. 30.The game will be both teams’ 12th and final regular season game of the year. Week 14 college football schedule (top 25)GameTime (ET)TV channelNo. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 13 MichiganNoonFox, fuboTVNo. 3 Clemson vs. South CarolinaNoonESPNNo. 4 Georgia vs. Georgia TechNoonABCNo. 5 Alabama vs. No. 15 Auburn3:30 p.m.CBS, fuboTVRutgers vs. No. 8 Penn State3:30 p.m.Big Ten Network, fuboTVNo. 12 Wisconsin vs. No. 10 Minnesota3:30 p.m.ABCNo. 14 Baylor vs. Kansas3:30 p.m.ESPNOregon State vs. No. 6 Oregon4 p.m.Pac-12 Network, fuboTVNo. 16 Notre Dame vs. Stanford4 p.m.Fox, fuboTVTulane vs. No. 25 SMU4 p.m.ESPNUTexas A&M vs. No. 1 LSU7 p.m.ESPNNo. 22 Iowa State vs. Kansas State7 p.m.FS1, fuboTVColorado vs. No. 7 Utah7:30 p.m.ABCFlorida State vs. No. 11 Florida7:30 p.m.SEC NetworkNo. 9 Oklahoma vs. No. 21 Oklahoma State8 p.m.Fox, fuboTV