Men’s Soccer Drops Season Opening Match at Pacific, 3-1

first_imgDrake plays at CSU Bakersfield Sunday at 9 p.m. The match is the first-ever meeting between the two teams. Print Friendly Version Preview Full Schedule Roster However, the lead did not last long as the Tigers scored the equalizer in the 25th minute and the go-ahead goal in the 27th minute (27:14). The goals were scored by Camden Riley and Anthony Orendain, respectively. Pacific added its final goal in the 35th minute (35:45) as John Rico-Contreres put one in the net. HTML Box Score at CSU Bakersfield 8/28/2016 – 9 PM Story Links Watch Livecenter_img STOCKTON, Calif. – The Drake University men’s soccer team lost at Pacific, 3-1, Friday, Aug. 26 to open the 2016 season. Live Stats PDF Box Score Drake (0-1) redshirt senior Ben LeMay (Hugo, Minn.) scored the match’s first goal in the 19th minute (19:18). LeMay fired a perfect strike into the back of the net after capitalizing on a mistake by the Pacific (1-0) goalkeeper. The Bulldogs’ offense struggled in the match managing just two shots with one on goal while the Tigers recorded 14 shots and seven on goal. It was a physical match as the two teams combined for 30 fouls. Next Game:last_img read more

Ort StAnton am Arlberg RegionGo back to the e

first_imgOrt: St.Anton am Arlberg (Region)Go back to the e-newsletterThose heading out on the slopes in St Anton am Arlberg in winter 2016/17 will find themselves in the largest interlinked ski area in Austria, with 305 kilometres of marked ski runs and 87 lift and cable car systems. Thanks to the new Flexenbahn lift between Stuben/Rauz and Zürs, winter sports enthusiasts will be able to explore the entire Arlberg area, known as ‘the cradle of alpine skiing’.The full dimensions of this interlinked ski region can be best experienced along the “Run of Fame”. With 65 kilometres of runs and 18,000 metres in altitude difference, this new ski circuit leads through the entire Arlberg ski area.The Ski Arlberg common tariff system has been in place for many years, although the ski connection between Tyrolean St Anton and Zürs in Vorarlberg was previously only possible by road. When building of the 1.8-kilometre-long Flexenbahn and the two Trittkopfbahnen lifts commences in spring 2016, winter sports enthusiasts will be able to take advantage of an integrated ski infrastructure between the two world famous ski resorts.Thanks to the equally new Albonabahn II, the northern slopes of Albona will be more quickly accessible in future. Instead of starting from Stuben, powder fans can set off from Alpe Rauz.These connections give rise to a spectacular ski circuit: with 65 kilometres of runs and 18,000 metres in altitude difference, the “Run of Fame” leads through the entire Arlberg ski area. Even the most proficient skier will need a whole day to ski from the southernmost point in St Anton/Rendl to Warth in the north and back again. The circuit can be accessed from almost anywhere and “Run of Fame” info-points and signposts will be installed. “Run of Fame” stars will also remind skiers of Arlberg’s greatest ski legends – as the track is dedicated to sporting stars such as Hannes Schneider, Karl Schranz and Mario Matt.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more