Walsh improved to 2-1 on the season after shutting out Cornerstone University (2-3) 1-0 today at Len Milazzo Field.
Both the men and women's cross country teams finished third in a pack of five at the annual Ric Sayre Invitational. The men finished with a total of 83 points. John Carroll won the event with 20 points. Mt. Union finished second with 36.
Walsh shot 315 and leads Wheeling Jesuit University (317) by two strokes heading into the final round on Sunday at the Mercyhurst College Invitational. Host Mercyhurst College is five strokes back and in third place at 321.
Nikki Kulasa (Sr., Amherst, OH/Amherst Steele) leads the field by one stroke after shooting 76 (38-38).
(Pittsburgh, PA) Carley Adams' (5-8, Jr., Louisville, OH/HS) goal at the 50-minute mark was all the Cavs needed in a 1-0 American Mideast Conference win at Point Park University today. The win lifted the Cavs to 3-0 on the season and to 1-0 in the AMC.
Walsh (8-0) has opened the season by winning the nine-team Mercyhurst College Fall Invitational. The Cavs finished with a 36-hole total of 630, shooting 315 each round.
Within 24 hours of the attack robots were put into action to search the rubble for survivors.
The dedication of the 9/11 Memorial Sunday will evoke many emotions. Instrumental in bringing about the memorial are three Americans who were strangers on 9/11 but ultimately became linked by the terrible events of the day.
The nation commemorated the tenth anniversary of 9/11 with moments of silence and a determination to carry on. In New York, the families of those lost visited the 9/11 Memorial for the first time.
(I post today something I wrote a decade ago for the Orion Magazine website, as one of a number of invited responses to the events of 9/11.
In the wake of the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, we thought we would share an insightful bit of commentary that was published at the Stanford College of Medicine Blog featuring psychiatrist Elias Aboujaoude, MD, an expert