YouTube/Jim HarbaughThe war of words between Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh and the SEC continues. After Jim Harbaugh blatantly subtweeted about the SEC “whining” over his upcoming spring football team trip to IMG Academy, the conference’s commissioner Greg Sankey has responded. From AL.com:“I’m not going to reduce what is an important conversation to some childhood use of Twitter,” he said. “This is an important issue.”It doesn’t sound like the SEC will be able to block Harbaugh from doing what he wants this spring, so he’ll win this round. Even if the conference successfully changes spring football rules, Harbaugh’s not going to stop pushing the boundaries, no matter what schools and leagues it annoys.[AL.com]
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WASHINGTON – Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday the initial request for use of a government plane for his European trip last month was about national security and not his own personal convenience on his honeymoon.Mnuchin said as a member of the president’s National Security Council he needed a secure communication link with Washington and his staff put in a request for use of an Air Force jet for his honeymoon trip with his wife Louise Linton to Scotland, France and Italy.But he said it was just an option being explored and once it became clear he could obtain secure communications links without a government plane, the request was withdrawn.“Let me just set the record straight. First of all, the government never paid for any of my personal travel,” Mnuchin said at a conference sponsored by Politico. “This had nothing to do with convenience. This was purely about national security.”Mnuchin denied reports that he and his wife used a government plane to travel to Kentucky so they could view last month’s solar eclipse. He said the trip had originally been scheduled for a different time and added that he was not very interested in the celestial spectacle in the first place.“You know, people in Kentucky took this stuff very serious,” he told the conference. “Being a New Yorker and (living for a time in) California, I was like, the eclipse? Really? I don’t have any interest in watching the eclipse.”He did view the event with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell as part of a visit to Fort Knox, where the nation has $200 billion worth of gold stored. He said he scrapped a staff plan to view it from the roof of a building at Fort Knox and instead looked at it briefly from the ground using a pair of eclipse glasses that someone handed him.Asked by the moderator if it was an “eclipse boondoggle,” Mnuchin said, “We went to see For Knox …. Fort Knox is a symbol of the economic might of our country.”President Donald Trump said he had “total confidence” in his Treasury secretary.“I have known him a very long time,” Trump told reporters on Air Force One after viewing hurricane damage in Florida. “He is a very straight shooter …. He’s a very honourable man.”Treasury’s Office of Inspector General, however, confirmed Thursday that it was looking into “all requests for and use of government aircraft” at Treasury.The Kentucky trip sparked controversy after Mnuchin’s wife posted a photo on Instagram that showed Mnuchin and Linton stepping off the government jet. In her post, Linton included hashtags of various luxury designers she was wearing, which prompted criticism from an Oregon mother of three who wrote “glad we could pay for your little getaway.”“Pretty sure the amount we sacrifice per year is a lot more than you’d be willing to sacrifice if the choice was yours,” Linton wrote back.Linton later apologized for her comments.Treasury secretaries in the past have flown commercial on domestic trips but have used Air Force jets on official travel overseas.___This story has been updated to correct the spelling of Linton’s first name. It’s Louise, not Louis.
OTTAWA – The upcoming federal budget will include a five-week, use-it-or-lose-it incentive for new dads to take parental leave and share the responsibilities of raising their young child, The Canadian Press has learned.In recent days, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has mused about just such an additional parental leave for the second parent.The goal behind the measure — to be included in Tuesday’s budget — is to give parents more incentive to share child-rearing responsibilities so that new moms can more easily enter the workforce, said a government official, speaking on condition of anonymity because the budget details have yet to be made public.The government has been under increasing pressure from advocates to make further changes to Canada’s parental leave policies.Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s budget is expected to have a strong focus on gender equality and on finding new ways to help more women enter the workforce — not only as a matter of fairness, but also as a way to bolster the entire economy.A recently released briefing note prepared for Morneau said Canadian women with children are less involved in the labour market than their counterparts in many of the industrialized countries in the OECD.In general, the participation rate of women in Canada’s job market is largely unchanged from where it was in the early 2000s, said the memo, obtained by The Canadian Press under the Access to Information Act.The idea of parental leave for a second parent would be similar to a policy in Quebec, which is the only province that pays for leave for new fathers. Quebec’s system provides up to five weeks of paid leave to new fathers and covers up to 70 per cent of their income.The Liberals have heard from experts that the popular program in Quebec should be replicated at the federal level.They’ve also been urged to raise the value of benefits paid out for parents who opt for an 18-month parental leave, and to provide low-income families with access to a six-month leave option with a higher rate of income replacement.Some have also recommended making leaves available to people who aren’t considered a primary caregiver, such as a grandparent.Earlier this week, Trudeau said making it easier for fathers to take time off to care for a newborn would help remove workforce barriers for women that are created by the expectation that they should take on the primary child-rearing role.There is anecdotal evidence that women who are of child-bearing age or are pregnant are passed over for jobs or promotions, even though such actions are prohibited under the Canadian Human Rights Act.Trudeau, who was speaking at a forum in Ahmedabad, India, said his government would consider parental-leave changes, specifically “leave that can only be taken by the second parent, in most cases the father.” He said it would be “a use-it-or-lose-it” model.The prime minister also suggested the leave could include, for instance, a partner in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transge+nder relationships.“Whatever format you have, that path is removing some of the barriers and the obligations and the expectations that hold women back in the workforce, so there are a lot of things to do,” he said.Trudeau’s government has been paying closer attention to parental leave options since some of their earlier changes received a cool welcome late last year.Under rules that came into effect in December, new parents can spread 12 months of employment insurance benefits over 18 months, even though experts, labour and business groups expressed concern the program would only benefit families with higher incomes.Last year’s budget pegged the cost of the measure at $152 million over five years and $27.5 million a year afterwards.An analysis of recently released census data by the Vanier Institute of the Family found fathers are increasingly taking more time off after the birth of a child. In a report last month, the institute found 30 per cent of new fathers in 2016 reported they took, or intended to take, parental leave, up from three per cent in 2000.Much of the national increase was due to Quebec’s program. In that province, 80 per cent of fathers claimed or planned to take parental leave in 2016, almost triple the 28 per cent recorded in 2005.Follow @AndyBlatchford on Twitter
MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says he hopes to negotiate more U.S. work visas for Mexicans and Central Americans.Lopez Obrador said relations with the U.S. government are good. In his words, “This new relationship with the U.S. government is on the right track.”His comments came one day after the administration of President Donald Trump pledged $4.8 billion in development projects for southern Mexico and $5.8 for the Central American nations of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.Lopez Obrador said Wednesday that his government wants “the United States to also give work visas for Mexico and to increase the number of visas, and that there also be work visas for Central Americans.”The United States currently offers a limited number of H-2A agricultural work visas.The Associated Press
“Today, the Liberals members of the Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-food blocked opposition attempts to get answers on the Canada-China trade dispute. It is now crystal clear that the Liberals do not have a plan to restore Canadian canola exports to China.”According to the Conservatives, canola growers are getting extremely concerned about the embargo on canola and are worried about how this will affect them.“Conservatives have heard from canola growers loud and clear. They are extremely concerned that if the Chinese government’s trade embargo is not lifted, there will be massive ramifications on their families and well-being.”The Conservatives are calling on the Liberal Government to do the right thing and take action on this file before further damage is done to the Canadian canola market. OTTAWA, O.N. – The Federal Conservatives have put out a release claiming that the Liberals are failing to be transparent with canola farmers.Luc Berthold, Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Agri-food, and Randy Hoback, Deputy Shadow Minister for International Trade, say the Liberals are blocking opposition attempts to get answers on the Canada-China trade dispute.The Conservatives also feel that the Liberals have no plans on restoring exports to China.
Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor is scheduled to make his first NFL start. Pryor, who’s seen little action for the Oakland Raiders, is slated to start at quarterback in Sunday’s season-finale against the San Diego Chargers. The team announced the development through the Raiders’ official Twitter account, @OAKLAND. “Head Coach Dennis Allen names @TerrellePryor staring QB for Sunday,” the tweet read. Pryor was given the nod over former USC quarterback and 2004 Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart after Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer suffered a bruised lung and broken ribs in a 17-6 loss against the Carolina Panthers last Sunday. In his NFL career, the 6-foot-6, 230-pound signal-caller has completed 1-of-2 passes for five yards and rushed once for two yards. It’s Pryor’s first start since the 2011 Allstate Sugar Bowl, which OSU defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks, 31-26. In what would be his last outing as a Buckeye, the Jeannette, Pa., native amassed 336 yards of total offense and was named the game’s MVP. Under the direction of former OSU coach Jim Tressel, Pryor and the Buckeyes finished the year 12-1 with a Big Ten Championship. The season, though, has since been vacated because of NCAA violations stemming from the program’s “Tattoo-Gate” scandal. Pryor, who was one of five players suspended for the first five games of 2011 because of his involvement in trading tattoos for Buckeye memorabilia, opted to forgo his senior season in response to mounting allegations and a separate investigation regarding his use of multiple automobiles while in Columbus. Pryor, who arrived on campus in 2008 as arguably the nation’s most heralded recruit in recent memory, helped guide the Buckeyes to a 31-4 record as the team’s starting quarterback, a role he assumed against Troy on Sept. 20, 2008. In addition to the his Sugar Bowl performance, Pryor earned MVP honors en route to a 26-17 win against Oregon in the 2010 Rose Bowl. The game, which was dubbed by some as Pryor’s coming-of-age party, saw Pryor throw for 266 yards and two touchdowns on 23-of-37 attempts. He also ran for 72 yards on 20 touches. Pryor amassed 8,341 yards of total offense and 76 touchdowns as a Buckeye. Oakland (4-11) is set to face the Chargers Sunday at 4:25 p.m. at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
Redshirt sophomore Jake Hanes (16) anticipates making contact with the ball at the game against George Mason on Jan. 18 at St. John Arena in Columbus. Credit: Ethan Clewell | Senior Reporter.Playing its first match as an unranked squad since 2014, the Ohio State men’s volleyball team fell to No. 15 Purdue Fort Wayne, its second conference loss in as many matches. After winning a close first set, the Mastodons used a kill and two aces by redshirt senior opposite hitter Colton Stone to break the second set wide open, pushing their lead to 12-7. The lead grew to as many as 10 points after an Ohio State service error, with the score 23-13. The second set, much like the rest of the match, was less about Ohio State’s struggles than it was about the dominance of Purdue Fort Wayne, as the Mastodons terminated 13 of their 20 attack opportunities for a .450 hitting percentage, adding three aces. Junior outside hitter Pelegrin Vargas led the Mastodons with 15 kills, five block assists and an ace, while Stone added six kills and three aces. The Buckeye offense hit at a measly .167 clip, managing 30 kills on 72 total attacks, while adding three aces. Freshman middle blocker Ethan Talley had 10 kills on 14 attacks for a team-high .714 hitting percentage. Sophomore outside hitter Martin Lallemand was the only other Buckeye with more than five kills, finishing six and adding an ace and a block assist. Ohio State always seemed to be playing from behind, and without a consistent offense, they relied mostly on the 39 total errors committed by the Mastodons to stay in the game. In the third set, Purdue Fort Wayne used a 7-1 run to build a 20-16 lead over the Buckeyes, but four errors by the Mastodons brought the Buckeyes even at 20. Kills by Vargas and Stone finished off the Buckeyes, leading Purdue Fort Wayne to a 25-22 win. Both sophomore opposite hitter Jake Hanes and senior setter Sanil Thomas were out for the match with injury, the third straight match each had missed. Ohio State did have one player return from injury as freshman setter Luke Lentin was able to recover in time for the match. Lentin totalled 27 assists and three digs, while adding a kill and an ace for the Buckeyes. Lentin’s return allowed freshman libero Parker Mikesch to return to his regular duties as a libero alongside redshirt senior Aaron Samarin. Mikesch has spent the past two matches serving as the team’s full-time setter in the absence of Lentin, Thomas and junior setter Andrew Hillman. Ohio State will face No. 6 UC Santa Barbara at 7 p.m. on Friday and No. 1 Long Beach State at 10 p.m. on Saturday in Long Beach, California.
Then-sophomore attack Jack Jasinski heads for the goal in the fourth quarter during the first round of the NCAA tournament against Loyola Maryland on May 14, 2017. Credit: Sheridan Hendrix | Former Oller ReporterIn a game all about momentum, the No. 9 Ohio State men’s lacrosse team strung together 10 unanswered goals to pull away and remain undefeated in a 14-8 victory against Hofstra in Hempstead, New York on Saturday.Ohio State (6-0) did what it does well: scoring early, putting up four straight goals on Hofstra to begin the game. Two of the goals came from junior attack and team-leading goal scorer Tre LeClaire, with both assists coming from sophomore attack/midfield Colby Smith.That hot streak transferred right over to Hofstra (2-4) as the Pride answered back with two goals to end the first quarter and continued that momentum in the second, scoring two straight again to tie the Buckeyes with four unanswered goals of its own. Every goal for the Pride came from a different player in the run.After the Pride’s breakout, the rest of the second quarter was all Buckeyes. Ohio State scored five straight before halftime to make it 9-4 at the half. The five goals included two from freshman attack Jack Myers and LeClaire’s third of the game.Though the Buckeyes had the lead at the half, the anticipated face off battle between Hofstra’s sophomore midfield/forward Brian Heber and Ohio State’s sophomore midfield Justin Inacio was in favor of Herber 8-7. Herber finished with 14 wins on 26 faceoffs, while Inacio won 10 of his 18 attempts.Although the faceoff may have been won in the second half, the game quickly became about Ohio State’s dominance in the third quarter. Ohio State scored four more goals from four different players — LeClaire scoring his fourth of the game, Myers getting his third to complete the hat trick and senior midfielder Jack Jasinski got his first of two.Leclaire is up to 20 goals on the season to led the team, while Jasinski is No. 2 with 16.With the game looking out of hand, the Pride came roaring back, again scoring four straight goals. But it came too late, ending the game 14-8. No. 9 Ohio State comes back home to Ohio Stadium against No. 8 Denver at 1 p.m. Saturday.
Mohamed Salah has been named in Egypt’s final 23-man squad for the World Cup in Russia, reports Sky SportsThe Liverpool forward has been a major concern for Egypt after sustaining a shoulder injury in a challenge by Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos in last month’s Champions League final in Kiev.However, Salah has remained hopeful of being able to participate in the World Cup and has visited Valencia in order to undergo treatment.Mo Salah laughs off Sadio Mane incident with a brilliant video Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Mohamed Salah laughed off his little spat with Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane by posting a brilliant video showing they’ve made up.The 25-year-old recently posted an update on Twitter of himself in the gym carrying out a stretching exercise on his damaged left shoulder with the caption: “Good feelings”.The Egyptian Football Federation had initially announced that Salah would be out for three weeks and therefore would be unavailable for their World Cup opener against Uruguay. But a post on it’s Facebook states it has been well aware of the 25-year-old’s progress and praised him for the “determination of the great player to catch up with his team-mates”.The Pharaohs’ first game against Uruguay on June 15 will mark their first appearance in football’s biggest stage in nearly three decades and they and will also face Saudi Arabia and hosts Russia in group A.
Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium is not ready, but the Spurs’ boss might take a risk by playing in Wembley in OctoberAfter it was announced that Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium will not be ready soon, Spurs’ boss Mauricio Pochettino was quick to apologize.But he was also worried about where they will play against Manchester City in October.According to an article by Goal.com, the Tottenham manager is thinking about using Wembley Stadium, even after the NFL Autumn game there.“At the moment, I cannot say we are not going to play this game at our new stadium,” Pochettino said.Solskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“If you ask me if we can’t play in the new stadium, we need to find a way to play at Wembley. To play in another place, three stadiums in one season would be too much.”The NFL will have a game there and 24 hours later Tottenham would host Manchester City.“Maybe we need to adapt, the day after the NFL game, maybe the pitch is not in the best condition, but we need to make the effort and to play because to find another date would be difficult,” he added.“I am a person who is always positive. Rather than complain about a thing you cannot change, I try to find a solution to help the performance in the best way.”
Nathaniel Chalobah was fouled in the penalty area by Ryan Bertrand, but the official did not award a penalty kick for WatfordWatford F.C. traveled to Southampton yesterday and ended up tying 1-1 in the English Premier League match.But there was a moment when Nathaniel Chalobah was fouled in the penalty area and many believed he should have been awarded a penalty kick.And the referee Simon Hooper decided Gulls’ Ryan Bertrand did not commit a foul.“To be honest, I didn’t see from my position,” said Gracia to the club’s official website.Daniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.“It is impossible to know what happened, but after asking Chalobah, he told me it was clear. Maybe the game changes from that moment. But I prefer to support the referee’s decision. Their job is difficult and I accept the decision.”“It was a difficult game for us. We started well, we created some chances, we missed them and after that Southampton played better. They created chances, scored one goal,” he added.“We were improving after that and in the second half we showed character and ambition to try and score to get a better result.”“We scored the goal and maybe we had the chance to score again,” Gracia explained“I know it wasn’t the best game but we are keeping a good level, competing well, creating today more chances than the opponents, more shots, more possession. It is not enough, but it is something good for us. We are competing well and I am proud of my players.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Haitian Migrants Apprehended Related Items:Royal Bahamas Defence Force, stolen vessel Defence Force Makes History With Public Service Award Coral Harbour Base 21 Mar. (RBDF) –The Royal Bahamas Defence Force’s Harbour Patrol Unit received reports concerning a 26-foot sport fishing vessel, named “Papa B” that was stolen from the Fox Hill Creek Canal early Monday morning. Acting on intelligence received, the Unit immediately dispatched two patrol vessels to investigate, which led them to a remote area in the Sea Breeze Canal where the vessel was found by Defence Force Marines. A 17-foot Boston Whaler that was later confirmed as stolen was also found by Defence Force Marines in the same area. Subsequently, the two stolen vessels were towed to Harbour Patrol Unit were the matter was turned over to Police for further investigation.The Defence Force expresses its gratitude to the Bahamian public for helping the Defence Force to achieve greater success in fulfilling its mandate to “Guard our Heritage.” Recovery Of Stolen Vessel From Atlantis Marina
Two suspects wanted to credit card and identify theft in Santee KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom SANTEE (KUSI) — Investigators with the Santee Sheriff’s Station asked the public Monday to help in identifying and locating two suspects wanted in connection with using stolen credit cards and identity theft.On Jan. 20, the victim either lost her wallet or had her wallet stolen at the Vons located in the 9600 block of Mission Gorge Road in Santee. The victim’s credit cards were immediately used by four suspects at several stores in the area, including Sketchers, Ross, Buffalo Wild Wings, Walmart and Home Depot. In all, the suspects made around $1,300 in fraudulent purchases.Two of the four suspects have already been identified and arrested. The search continues for the two suspects seen in the surveillance photos included in this bulletin.Suspect #1: is described as a 40 to 50-year-old man standing 6′ tall with gray hair. He was last seen wearing a yellow and black plaid jacket and blue jeans.Suspect #2: is a 40-year-old woman standing 5’6″ tall and weighing 230 pounds. She has burgundy/purple short hair and wears glasses. The woman was last seen wearing a black biker jacket with a design similar to a shark fin on the back, a black shirt and black leggings with black mid-calf combat boots.If you have any information on these suspects, call the Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (888) 580-8477.Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward to anyone with information that leads to an arrest in this case. Information on how to send anonymous emails and mobile app tips can be found on our website: www.sdcrimestoppers.org. Posted: March 12, 2018 March 12, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Speaking at a press conference right after Republican leaders abruptly pulled their troubled health care overhaul bill off the House floor, president Trump said that he would be ‘open’ to tackling health care again if ‘Obamacare’ law implodes. The Republicans withdrew their health care bill after realizing that they were short of votes, and eager to avoid a humiliating defeat for President Donald Trump and GOP leaders.House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., withdrew the legislation after Trump called him and asked him to halt debate without a vote, according to Ryan spokeswoman AshLee Strong. “We came really close today, but we came up short”, Ryan said at a separate press conference.Just a day earlier, Trump had demanded a House vote and said if the measure lost, he would move on to other issues. Share
The Cardinals placed first in both the men’s and women’s long jump. Alexis Gibbons jumped a meet record 6.13m/20-01.50 for her first win of the season. Newcomer Anthony McRoberts a season best jump of 7.27m/23-10.25 for his first win of the season as well. Men’s 1000m (Heptathlon)2. Philip Frank -2:47.146. Clay Moss – 2:58.81 In his first showing in the heptathlon this season, Philip Frank led the Cardinals with a fourth-place finish of 4,934 points. Men’s Shot Put5. Christian Buckley – 17.34m/56-10.757. Cade Richeson – 17.04m/55-11 Men’s 60m3. Sterling Warner – 6.85 Women’s Weight Throw (Invitational)2. Makenli Forrest – 21.62m/70-11.25 In the running events, Brooke Raglin surpassed the meet record in the women’s 60m dash, crossing the finish line in 7.41 seconds and finishing in second place. It was the second straight personal best performance for Raglin. Donald McClinton finished claimed the men’s 200m with a season-best time of 21.49. Men’s Pole Vault6. Lucas Weaver – 4.63m/15-02.25 The Cardinals will return to competition next weekend at the Hoosier Hills Invitational on Feb. 8 and Iowa State Classic Feb. 8-9. Women’s 800m26. Lindsey Fanz – 2:19.27 Men’s Heptathlon (Final)4. Philip Frank – 4,943 points7. Clay Moss – 3,709 points Women’s High Jump1. Alivia Ash – 1.72m/5-07.75 Women’s Shot Put6. Rashida Harris – 15.11m/49-0714. Victoria Farley – 13.62m/44-08.25 Men’s 60m Hurdles (Heptathlon)4. Aaron Johnson – 8.538. Philip Frank – 8.859. Clay Moss – 9.27 Men’s Pole Vault (Heptathlon)5. Philip Frank – 3.55m/11-07.756. Clay Moss – 3.25m/10-088. Dominic McClinton – 2.85m/9-04.25 Women’s Long Jump1. Alexis Gibbons – 6.13m/20-01.502. Renate van Tonder – 6.04m/19-09.7510. Nika Karpenko – 5.26m/17-03.25 Women’s Triple Jump1. Renate van Tonder – 12.62m/41-056. Nika Karpenko – 11.76m/38-07 Women’s 3000m11. Aurilla Wilson – 9:50.15 Print Friendly Version Men’s Weight Throw10. Spencer Harris – 18.01m/59-01.2512. Mitchell Kessler – 17.51m/57-05.50 Men’s High Jump3. Anthony McRoberts – 2.03m/6-084. Luke Nichols – 2.03m/6-0810. Skyler VanMeter – 1.93m/6-04.00 Women’s 200m7. Angel Amadi – 25.0518. Jo Bond – 25.81 Men’s 200m1. Donald McClinton – 21.492. Noah McBride – 21.52 Women’s Pole Vault1. Gabriela Leon – 4.30m/14-01.254. Morgan Zacharias – 4.15m/13-07.258. Aliyah Welter – 3.85m/12-07.50 Women’s 60m Hurdles (Finals)3. Kayla Alexander – 8.675. Sydney Hill – 8.72 Renate van Tonder rounded out the field event wins for Louisville in the triple jump with a personal best mark of 12.62m/41-05. Men’s 60m Hurdles (Finals)5. Martice Moore – 8.11 Final Results ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The University of Louisville track and field team picked up six wins, six second place finishes and set three meet records on the final day of the Power Five Invitational. The Cardinals finished the meet with a total of eight wins. From the field, Gabriela Leon set a meet record with a 4.30m/14-01.25 pole vault to take the top spot of the competition. Alivia Ash won the women’s high jump for the first time this season clearing 1.72m/5-07.75. Men’s Mile6. Albert Kosgei – 4:13.6219. Ryan Johnston – 4:21.21 Men’s 400m14. Anthony Crandon – 50.02 Story Links Men’s 800m19. Alex Lynch – 1:57.09 Women’s 60m 2. Brooke Raglin – 7.41 Women’s 400m19. Sharnae Alston – 1:01.86 Men’s Long Jump1. Anthony McRoberts – 7.27m/23-10.252. Marcus Jegede – 7.23m/23-08.756. Donald McClinton – 6.54m/21-05.50 Power Five Invitational Feb. 2, 2019 | U-M Indoor Track