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  • Saints Raise $5K with Virtual 5K June 3, 2020
    The St. Lawrence University field hockey team raised over $5,000 dollars to the donate to the University's Emergency Student Assistance Fund with a virtual 5K in late April.
  • Ogetii Named CoSIDA Academic All-District June 3, 2020
    Dadley Ogetii '20 has been named to the 2020 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team for cross country and track and field.
  • Season Recap: Seniors Lead Saints in 2019-20 Indoor Season May 29, 2020
    The St. Lawrence University women's indoor track and field team dealt with its fair share of disappointments in 2019-20, but the leadership of the three members of the senior class helped lift the entire team through difficult circumstances to finish the year on a positive note.
  • Season Recap: Danaher, Corbitt Highlight Abbreviated Season for Saints May 28, 2020
    The St. Lawrence University men's track and field season was abbreviated in 2020, as the Saints were able to complete the indoor portion of the schedule, but were forced to cancel the outdoor season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Saints Name 2019-20 Award Winners, Mannella Voted MVP May 21, 2020
    The St. Lawrence University men's hockey team presented its 2019-20 team awards in April with captains Ryan Garvey and Dylan Woolf leading the way with two awards apiece, while senior goaltender Daniel Mannella was selected by his teammates as the Dr. Stuart A. Winning Most Valuable Player.

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WHO WILL WIN THIS YEARS CHALLENGE?

JASON 73-38 65%

DONNIE 70-41 63% Last Season: 45-25 (64%)

BELYNDA 68-43 61%

ELIJAH 60-51 (54%) last Season: 43-27 (61%)

Weekly Winners

week one: DONNIE 10-4 (71%) week two: DONNIE 13-2 (86%) week three: JASON 8-7 (53%) week four: JASON 9-6 (60%) week six: ELIJAH 7-6 (53%) week seven: BELYNDA 11-3 (78%) week eight: JASON 12-1 (92%) week nine: BELYNDA 9-3 (75%) week ten: week eleven: week twelve: week thirteen: week fourteen: week fifteen: week sixteen: week seventeen:

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  • Gurley impresses Falcons' Ryan during workouts June 6, 2020
    Matt Ryan said new running back Todd Gurley, with whom he worked out with in California, was impressive "with his ability to retain information. ... You don't have to tell him twice."
  • Iron worker dies after fall from SoFi Stadium roof June 6, 2020
    Construction at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, has been shut down after the contractor said an iron worker fell from the roof and died Friday. The stadium will be the new home of the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers and is set to open in August.
  • Bills OC Daboll: Actions will be key for Fromm June 6, 2020
    Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll said quarterback Jake Fromm's actions will have to back up his promise to "commit myself to being part of the solution in this country."
  • Falcons' Ryan on his aid: 'I see my city hurting' June 6, 2020
    Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan is donating $500,000 toward a GoFundMe fundraiser he established, aimed at advancing lives in the black community of Atlanta.
  • Brees stands by apology in response to Trump June 6, 2020
    In a message addressed to President Donald Trump on Friday night, Drew Brees stood by his apology for earlier comments on "disrespecting the flag," after Trump wrote that the New Orleans Saints' quarterback should not have changed his stance.

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  • KD dismisses '19-20 return: 'My season is over' June 6, 2020
    Kevin Durant told ESPN's The Undefeated on Friday that he will not debut for the Brooklyn Nets during the 2019-20 NBA season after it resumes next month.
  • Bulls' LaVine: 'Upsetting' to miss cut for restart June 6, 2020
    Zach LaVine is disappointed that the Bulls will miss the playoffs for the third straight season, as they will not be part of the NBA's 22-team restart in Orlando. "It sucks," he said. "It just shows that we've got to do a lot of things differently."
  • Sources: Ousted NBA teams mull joint workouts June 6, 2020
    Most of the eight NBA teams whose seasons have ended are pushing to engage in joint practices as ramp-ups for regional summer leagues in August, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Coaches say NBA must use 'platform' for change June 6, 2020
    Miami's Erik Spoelstra said he's talked with other coaches and some players in recent days about the best path the NBA could take next to combat racial injustice. Orlando's Steve Clifford also believes the league will take action when the season resumes.
  • 'Embarrassed' Popovich: Our country is in trouble June 6, 2020
    Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said he's "embarrassed as a white person" over the death of George Floyd, and that there are "a lot of stop signs that need to go up -- quickly -- because our country is in trouble, and the basic reason is race."

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