Share Lisa May improved to 2-0 in doubles and singles in her UWF career, and won at No. 6 singles to clinch an Argo victory Thursday (Photo by UWF Athletic Communications) VALDOSTA, Ga. – With the match tied 4-4 against Valdosta State, all eyes turned to No. 9 West Florida’s Lisa May at No. 6 singles. May, a true freshman, came back from a 3-6 loss in the first set to win 3-6, 6-4, 6-4 and keep the Argonauts undefeated Thursday at Valdosta.UWF got off to a strong start, sweeping the doubles competition to lead 3-0. But Luiza Sonnervig (Sao Paulo, Brazil/Ateneu HS) was the only Argo to win a singles match before May (Oviedo, Fla./Oviedo High School) came through for the victory.The win kept the Argos undefeated (4-0) on the season and extended UWF’s Gulf South Conference winning streak to 15 matches dating back to the 2010 season.UWF will have a tall task Friday, Feb. 22, when the Argos take on No. 1 Armstrong at 1 p.m. ET in a neutral match in Valdosta, Ga.For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS##9 West Florida 5, Valdosta State 402/22/13 at Valdosta, Ga. Singles competition1. Michelle Fischer (VSU) def. Monika Kochanova (UWF) 6-4, 7-52. Luiza Sonnervig (UWF) def. Jennifer Rink (VSU) 6-1, 6-33. Alina Nagel (VSU) def. Nina Bubelova (UWF) 6-4, 6-24. Laura Ubeda (VSU) def. #36 Giovana Patitucci (UWF) 6-2, 6-25. Julianna Boehm (VSU) def. Heather May Walton (UWF) 6-3, 6-26. Lisa May (UWF) def. Jessica Tuggle (VSU) 3-6, 6-3, 6-4Doubles competition1. Monika Kochanova/Nina Bubelova (UWF) def. Michelle Fischer/Jennifer Rink (VSU) 8-22. Mariana Sonnervig/Luiza Sonnervig (UWF) def. Julianna Boehm/Laura Ubeda (VSU) 8-33. Lisa May/Jacqueline March (UWF) def. Alina Nagel/Jessica Tuggle (VSU) 8-6Match NotesValdosta State 3-2West Florida 4-0; National ranking #9; Regional ranking #3Order of finish: Doubles (1, 2, 3); Singles (4, 3, 2, 1, 5, 6)Print Friendly Version No. 9 UWF wins nail-biter, 5-4
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MANCHESTER, England, CMC – Talismanic opener Chris Gayle has rescinded his One-Day International retirement and will now be available to face India in a three-match series in the Caribbean this August. He made the announcement here yesterday, four months after he had indicated that the ongoing ICC World Cup would be his swansong from the ODI format.“My plans are for the World Cup. Maybe a Test match against India and then I’ll play, definitely play the ODIs against India,” he told media here ahead of today’s contest against India at Old Trafford.“I won’t play the T20s. That’s my plan after World Cup.” India play West Indies in two Tests, three ODIs and three T20 Internationals from August 3-30.Gayle, who turns 40 in September, is West Indies’ most experienced player at the World Cup. He has played 295 ODIs and scored 10 345 runs, along with 25 hundreds.He played the last of his 103 Tests five years ago and has amassed 7 214 runs with 15 hundreds at an average of 42. Significantly, Gayle is one of just four players in the history of the game with two triple hundreds. Reflecting on an illustrious career, Gayle abandoned all modesty as he placed himself among the greats.“I’m definitely up there. I’m definitely up there with the greats without a doubt,” he said.“Like I say, I enjoy each and every moment of West Indies, playing for West Indies. It’s still not the end. I still have a few games to go. Maybe another series to go – who knows? We’ll see what happens. “It’s been a lot of ups and downs. I’ve got to say I really enjoy each and every moment but we share some quality moments with some quality players as well. I started my career with the likes of Courtney Walsh, Curtly Ambrose. You watch them on TV and you realize they’re in the dressing room, it’s just a bunch of guys.“And Brian Lara, the first captain as well, Carl Hooper. So it’s some quality moments when you look back on it. I’ll have to analyse it and give you full details, a better exclusive interview on that particular moment and then you can take it further. But like I said, I could not have had a better career as a player representing the West Indies.”Over the last decade, Gayle has also become the face of shortest format and is currently the leading run-getter with nearly 13 000 runs from 384 matches with 21 hundreds. However, he said his exploits in Test and one-day cricket had been the stellar moments in his career to date.“Two triple centuries in Test cricket – those two will definitely be on top,” he said.“A double century in the World Cup as well – those are a couple of the moments to come up with at this particular time, but there’s a lot more to actually talk about. If I get into detail it will be a long list, to be honest with you but I’ll stick with those for now.”
The Washington Nationals beat the Detroit Tigers 3-1, giving them a 41-40 record and one game above .500. Anibal Sanchez threw six strong innings against his former team and gave up only one hit and one run — a home run to Nicholas Castellanos in the fifth inning. Sanchez struck out eight batters, and the bullpen finished with three strong, scoreless innings. Fernando Rodney appeared as the Nationals’ closer and earned his first save in a Nationals uniform.In the second inning, Juan Soto hit a solo home run to give the Nationals a 1-0 lead. In the fifth, Adam Eaton’s single scored Victor Robles, and in the eighth, Howie Kendrick’s double scored Juan Soto. Ryan Zimmerman returned from the IL as the designated hitter and finished his first night back 1 for 3 and a single in the second inning.Tomorrow, Austin Voth will take the ball for the Nationals. First pitch is scheduled for 4:10 p.m. ET. Please follow and like us:
1 Wayne Rooney England captain Wayne Rooney says he will consider a move to Major League Soccer once his Manchester United career is over.Midfielders Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard became the latest Englishmen to move to the United States this summer when they joined New York City and the Los Angeles Galaxy, respectively.Rooney, 29, has four years left on his contract at Old Trafford but said when his United career comes to an end, a move across the Atlantic will be considered.“I’m obviously concentrating on Manchester United,” said the United captain in an interview with the Seattle Times during United’s tour of the States.“When that time comes, that’ll be something I’d think about. (I’ll) sit down with my wife and children and decide if it would be right for me.”United play the first of four tour matches against Club America in Seattle and then travel to San Jose, where they face San Jose Earthquakes and Barcelona before tackling Paris St Germain in Chicago.And Rooney admits he has been taken aback by the popularity of the club in the country.“When you’re first getting into the first team, it’s not something you think about,” he added.“You’re just trying to break into the team.“The older you get, the more you start to think about it, and realize how big football is. Coming to these tours, you get to see it first hand and realize the passion and how much football can bring people together.”