Facebook Twitter Google+ On Monday, Syracuse associate head coach Regy Thorpe announced that he is leaving Syracuse to become the general manager and head coach of New York’s National Lacrosse League team, Syracuse Athletics announced. Thorpe joined head coach Gary Gait’s staff in 2010 and was promoted to associate head coach in 2015.During his time as a coach at SU, Thorpe was on the sidelines for eight NCAA tournaments including six semifinal games and two national championship games.Thorpe also played at Syracuse in 1992 and 1993. During that time, he led the Orange to two title game appearances and their fifth NCAA title. He was also an All-American in the 1993 season.“I would like to thank Gary and all of the assistant coaches and staff members who I have had the privilege of learning from over the years,” Thorpe said in a press release. “An opportunity to coach at your alma mater is a dream come true, and I have lived that dream for the last nine seasons.”After leaving Syracuse, Thorpe spent 15 years playing for the Rochester Knighthawks. In that time, Thorpe helped bring league titles to Rochester in 1997 and 2007. In his final season with the Knighthawks, Thorpe served as the general manager, the same position he will hold next NLL season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I’m very excited for Regy as he takes on his next challenge in his coaching career,” Gait said. Published on January 14, 2019 at 7:12 pm Contact Kaci: firstname.lastname@example.org Comments
1 April 2014 Germany’s Robert Mennen and Kristian Hynek of the Czech Republic claimed the overall honours in the Absa Cape Epic on Sunday at Lourensford in the Western Cape, while Denmark’s Annika Langvad and Switzerland’s Arianne Kleinhans lifted the women’s title. The event, the world’s biggest mountain bike stage race, once again attracted the cream of the world’s mountain bike marathoners, many top cross country competitors too, and other intrepid amateurs up for a massive challenge. The Topeak-Ergon pair of Mennen and Hynek won only one stage, the second, but it was enough to move them into the leader’s yellow jersey. They never gave it up by showing the most consistency among the title contenders.‘I never thought I could win’ “I never thought I could win the biggest mountain bike stage race in the world. It feels incredible,” Mennen said after securing victory. He had famously failed to finish the 2013 Cape Epic after colliding with a duiker, which sent him flying over his handlebars, resulting in a broken collarbone. World cross country champion, Switzerland’s Nino Schurter, riding with South African cross country star Philip Buys, came on strong in the latter part of the 718 kilometre race, with the Scott-Odlo MTB Racing capturing victory on stage four and stage six. They also backed off to allow the Scott Factory Racing team of South Africa’s Matthys Beukes and Gert Heyns to take the honours on the final stage by just 0.3 seconds. In the end, Schurter and Buys finished fifth overall.‘Unbelievable!’ “Unbelievable! To do this with my two best friends (Heyns and Buys) and the world champion, who has also become our friend, was very special,” an ecstatic Beukes said of the final stage win. The Meerendal Songo Specialized pairing of Christoph Sauser, a four-time winner of the Cape Epic, and Frantisek Rabon, finished second to Topeak-Ergon, with the Bulls 2 combination of Tim Boehme and Simon Stiebjahn placing third. One of the pre-race favourites, the Team Bulls duo of Karl Platt and Urs Huber, failed to finish after Platt picked up an injury. Scott Factory Racing’s Beukes and Heyns were the leading African pairing in sixth place. Erik Kleinhans, the husband of Arianne Kleinhans, and Nico Bell, racing as RECM, were the second South African team in the overall classification, in eighth overall, while Red-E Blend’s Andrew Hill and Charles Keey, in 11th place overall, were the third of the South African teams.Women’s race Team RECM’s Langvad and Kleinhans dominated the women’s race, winning six of the seven stages, but a disastrous first stage, filled with mechanical problems, left them almost 25 minutes down on Meerendal’s Esther Suss of Switzerland and British star Sally Bigham. It took until after stage four for RECM to hit the front in the general classification, but there was no stopping them as they went on to win by close to 38 minutes over Meerendal. Third place went to the Cape Brewing Company combination of Sweden’s Jennie Stenerhag and South Africa’s Theresa Ralph. Kleinhans thanked the South African crowd, who have “adopted me as their daughter.‘Very emotional’ “Their support made me very emotional,” she added. Sasol Racing’s Ischen Stopforth and Yolande De Villiers were the leading South African women’s pair, finishing in sixth place overall, followed Sasol Racing 2’s Yolandi du Toit and Leana de Jager, in seventh, and Pragma Orange Monkey’s Hanlie Booyens and Mariske Strauss, in eighth.
The Delhi High Court on Friday allowed elections of the bar associations at Tis Hazari and Karkardooma district courts here to be held on December 13. The elections of the bar associations at Tis Hazari and Karkardooma courts were earlier scheduled to be held on November 5 and 7 respectively. However, they were stayed by the High Court following the November 2 clash between lawyers and the police here.A Bench of Justices G.S. Sistani and Anup Jairam Bhambhani said the elections shall be monitored by retired Justice Kailash Gambhir at Tis Hazari court and by retired Justice Vinod Goel at Karkardooma courts.The High Court had on November 4 postponed the elections till further orders.Lawyers and the police had clashed at the Tis Hazari court complex here on November 2 during which at least 20 police personnel and several lawyers were injured while many vehicles vandalised or set on fire, according to officials.