Autumn Duyn earns AVCA DII All-America honors

first_img2015 DII AVCA All-America Team LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of West Florida volleyball team had a pair of student-athletes earn American Volleyball Coaches Association Division II All-America honors, it was announced Tuesday. Senior Autumn Duyn (Venice, Fla./Venice HS) earns her second career AVCA All-America honor while junior Kathryn Torre (Highland, Ill./State College of Florida) earns her first AVCA All-America award. Both Duyn and Torre were honorable mention selections. Duyn wraps up her illustrious career for the Argonauts with her second AVCA All-America honor after leading West Florida this season in kills (336) and kills per set (3.00). The senior was also an AVCA and a Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association All-South Region selection in 2015. The Venice, Florida native is the only player in program history to rank in the top two in career digs (1,519) and kills (1,360) and is the only player in program history to earn four All-Gulf South Conference First Team honors. Duyn also finished the season ranked sixth in the GSC in kills per set. #ARGOS#Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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QPR boss explains decision not to include Cameron against Watford

first_imgSee also:West Ham striker Hugill set for QPR medicalQPR complete signings of Kane and PughFulham injury worries, Hugill watches QPR lose, Bees beatenQPR end their pursuit of JudgeQPR line up two more signings and further exitsQPR complete signing of Hugill on loanQPR consider making improved offer for McKennaWallace close to return from injury – Warburton Mark Warburton says he has no doubt leaving Geoff Cameron out of the squad for QPR’s friendly against Watford was the correct decision.Cameron, who spent last season on loan with the R’s from Stoke, completed his move to Loftus Road last week – West London Sport revealed in March that he was being lined up for a permanent transfer.Rangers initially planned to include him against Watford but he instead featured in an Under-23 match along with Massimo Luongo, whom the club are looking to sell, and recent signing Conor Masterson.AdChoices广告Cameron gives manager Warburton options at centre-back and in midfield but had not played during pre-season and is therefore behind other players in terms of fitness.He would therefore have only featured as a substitute in the Watford game.“He played for the Under-23s and got some really good minutes under his belt,” Warburton explained.“He could have played on Saturday and got 10 minutes or get good minutes for the Under-23s. I’m delighted he did.”Warburton also expects Rangers to make one more summer signing after the deal to bring in striker Jordan Hugill from West Ham is confirmed.Click here to subscribe to West London Sport’s YouTube channel Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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SAPNG plans to host more world events

first_imgIn a first for PNG, the Men’s and Women’s Longboard World Championship Tour will take place in Madang in March.But President of the SAPNG, Andrew Abel, says this is only the beginning.“This is the beginning…the next one we’re planning for 2018 in Kavieng in New Ireland province and following that, it will probably be staged in Vanimo or even Bougainville.“What we are essentially trying to do here is that, with the support of the national government, through the stewardship of the Tourism Promotion Authority, is to showcase the true spirit and culture of PNG in the rural areas where 85 percent of our population reside,” said Abel.Abel added that the SAPNG will be heading to Bougainville in April of this year to hand over surfboards to the Autonomous Bougainville Government, with the view of rolling out the SAPNG’s plans and policies.“This will be the groundwork to then stage, potentially in 2019 or 2020, the next World Surf League event in Bougainville.”last_img read more

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