Syracuse point guard Tiana Mangakahia was named ACC Player of the Week on Monday after averaging 18 points, 7.7 assists and 5.3 rebounds during a 3-0 stretch for the Orange.SU spent its Thanksgiving break in Mexico for the Cancun Challenge, a three-day slate of games in which Syracuse extended its winning streak to five. Mangakahia began the Tournament with 18 points against Kansas State in a 70-61 Orange victory before tallying her first double-double of the season the next day against Princeton.The junior had 14 points and 11 assists with no turnovers in just 21 minutes against the Tigers, who were defeated by SU handily, 92-61. Her final performance of the week was perhaps her best, coming against then-No. 16 DePaul on Saturday.After scoring just 11 points in regulation, Mangakahia scored 11 of SU’s 13 points in overtime including the game-winning layup at the buzzer. She grabbed 10 boards against the Blue Demons as well, the first time she’d reached double-figures in rebounding this season.She’ll have another stout test on Thursday when the Orange face off against No. 20 Minnesota and Kenisha Bell, the second-consecutive Nancy Lieberman Award watch list candidate that Mangakahia will face.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 26, 2018 at 4:47 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] | @esblack34
Credit: USGS An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 rocked Venezuela and several Eastern Caribbean islands on Tuesday.The powerful earthquake hit eastern Venezuela at 5:31 pm and was felt in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Grenada, Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines.The Trinidad based Seismic Research Center (SRC) said the earthquake had a depth of 73 kilometres, and its position in Venezuela at 55 km east southeast of Carúpano, 95 km northeast of Maturín, and 131 km southeast of Porlamar.Initially it was reported that the earthquake had a magnitude of 6.8 but that was later upgraded to 7.3.Seismologist at the SRC, Dr Joan Latchman has cautioned residents of the region that aftershocks from the strong quake could be expected for days to come. Another earthquake is also possible, she said late Tuesday.Structural damages but no casualties There have been early reports and images posted on social media of structural damage to buildings, severe cracks in floors, parking lots and roads, and of goods falling from grocery-store shelves. But there has been no reports of casualties.Witnesses reported seeing and feeling their homes, and even some of the contents, shaking when the quake hit.Speaking in a Facebook live video about an hour after the quake occurred, Latchman said there would be more tremors, noting that up to that point there had been at least seven aftershocks.“…Most of which you would not feel, but we can have an earthquake of this magnitude…and we expect that we can have an earthquake in the 5.0 to 5.9 magnitude range and this can happen within hours. Going by what we have seen in the past, within three to five hours we would not be surprised, or tomorrow, or sometime this week,” she said.“There is no formula for us to tell you when the aftershocks will occur. We were just looking at patterns of the past to guide.”Despite initial reports to the contrary, there was no tsunami threat from the earthquake.
It was in SVT Sport, a Swedish television channel. They asked him who seemed better, if Totti, idol of Rome, or Del Piero, his namesake in Juventus. The young soccer player answered “Totti”. The next question was: Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo? Dejan had no qualms about answering Messi, although Cristiano will now be his teammate.The interview concluded with Kulusevski confessing that his team as a child was Chelsea, and that his idol is Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is back in Milan. In this inventory period of signings, The Juventus of Turin closed an agreement with Dejan Kulusevski. This Swedish midfielder of Macedonian origin stamped his signature and became part of the Vecchia Signora after the relevant medical examination. His contract binds him to the bianconero club until 2024, although He will play until the end of this season on loan at Parma.However, in Italy they are talking about him for more than his signing. And is that Kulusevsky appeared in an interview before signing for Juve and He made some statements that have not liked his new hobby at all.