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UW nets hoops win

first_imgGREG DIXON/Herald photoWith the Badgers playing well in seemingly every aspect oftheir game, the University of Wisconsin’s women’s basketball team beat Indiana-PurdueFort Wayne Sunday, 85-69.Seniors Jolene Anderson and Janese Banks scored 26 and 19points, respectively, but freshman forward Tara Steinbauer proved to be theteam’s catalyst, scoring a career-high 16 points and grabbing six rebounds inthe victory.In her first start as a Badger, Steinbauer came out strong,scoring the teams first seven points on her way to 10 first-half points.”We really just wanted to have some energy, and she’s got apersonality with energy to start with,” Wisconsin head coach Lisa Stone said.”The fact is that she catches the ball and she finishes. It’s pretty simple.”With two of its tallest players out due to injuries, IPFWwas challenged in the key on seemingly every possession, and it showed, as theBadgers outscored IPFW 40-14 on points in the paint.”When you look at the size that Wisconsin has and the sizethat we don’t have, we wanted to try to go in,” IPFW head coach Chris Paulsaid. “We just couldn’t, because they kept bringing big body after big bodyafter big body off the bench and we just didn’t have the ability to scoreinside.”As a result, the Mastadons were forced to utilize theiroutside shooters, and wound up firing off a Kohl Center record 37 3-pointattempts. This strategy yielded some success for IPFW, which trailed 44-36 atthe half, but Wisconsin’s post presence was too much for the small IPFW lineup.In the first half, IPFW shot seven for 19 from beyond thethree-point arch, keeping them in the game, but Wisconsin and its tough defenseheld the Mastadons to 25 percent in the second half.”I liked the way we started the second half. We came out andhit a shot right away and that helps us,” Stone said. “We made some adjustments.… Overall, I’m real proud of our team in coming back home.”The game began with back-and-forth scoring, each team utilizingits strengths to bring the game to 17-15 with 12:51 left in the first half.The Mastadons were led by star guard Johnna Carlisle-Lewis,who scored 17 points in the first half, making three 3-pointers.”We talked a lot about [Johnna] Lewis-Carlisle,” Stone said.”That’s a special player right there. The girl is 5’5” and has a tremendoushesitation [move], can shoot the three and get to the basket.”But Lewis-Carlisle was not enough to contain an energizedWisconsin team out of the half. With a sense of urgency, and with its startersback on the floor, Wisconsin went on a 23-5 run to extend their lead to 67-41with 12:59 left in the game.Jolene Anderson was the star of the second half, scoring 16points to help the Badgers pull away. Her stat line was very impressive, witheight rebounds and six assists to go along with her point total.With the Badgers leading by 26, Stone took out thestarters and let the bench get playing time.last_img read more

Sportradar boosts sports coverage despite COVID-19 disruptions

first_img David Lampitt, Sportradar: F1 presents betting’s most sizeable opportunity August 14, 2020 Share Related Articles Björn Nilsson: How Triggy is delivering digestible data through pre-set triggers August 28, 2020 Sportradar combats social media abuse with player protection solution August 17, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit Share Sports data and content supplier Sportradar has reported an increase in its delivery of sports content and coverage despite the lack of live sports globally due to COVID-19.Despite the global shutdown on live sports, Sportradar’s Live Odds coverage is up 30%, while Live Data is up 20% compared to this time last year, largely driven by its addition of alternative content and diversified products.April has also seen an 11% increase in available sports content compared to the same period last year, with the sports data and content supplier offering coverage of approximately 24,000 matches in total worldwide.In response to the ongoing pandemic, Sportradar has launched a number of new products, including an AI-driven simulated reality; virtual sports; live sports tournaments; electronic leagues; and numbers betting, including 10,400 draws per week from over 165 real state lotteries worldwide.Sportradar’s Chief Executive Officer Carsten Koerl said: “Innovation is the cornerstone of our company. During this time, we have been able to quickly adapt to change and constantly evaluate and re-evaluate the products and services we are offering.“We’re pleased to have been able to utilise our technological expertise, comprehensive sports data and sports partnerships across the world quickly to continue to help our customers deliver entertainment and engagement with additional live content and coverage.”Carsten Koerl will deliver the opening keynote address at the inaugural SBC Digital Summit on Monday April 27th at 9.15am BST / 10.15 CEST.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Wednesday, October 15, 2014

first_imgWellington Police notes for Wednesday, October 15, 2014:•5:30 a.m. Officers took a report of a found mower, bicycle and trash can in the 400 block N. G, Wellington.•On October 11, 2014 Jerry Goans, Wellington was served a summons to appear for unlawful storage of disabled vehicle.•2:15 p.m. Non-Injury accident in the 200 block N U.S. 81, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Billy R. Carroll, 24, Mulvane, and David P. McGuire, 57, St. James, Minn.•2:20 p.m. Billy R. Carroll, 24, Mulvane, was issued a notice to appear for fail to yield right of way on a left turn.•8:03 p.m. Jerry R. Wells, 36, Towanda, was arrested and bonded on a city of Wellington warrant for two counts of telephone harassment.•8:35 p.m. Officers took a report of a child custody dispute in the 2200 block E. Lincoln, Wellington.•11 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 100 block W. Botkin, Wellingtonlast_img read more