NOS Reveals New Hybrid CTV Class

first_imgNorthern Offshore Services (NOS) is launching the E-class crew transfer vessel (CTV) series featuring hybrid technology.Source: Northern Offshore ServicesThe E-class is a green power concept which has batteries installed that can be recharged from shore and from wind farms, thus using renewable energy directly from production to consumer, NOS said.The first vessel from the E-series will be M/V Energizer, which is set to be delivered at the end of 2020.It is an in-house design and, with 34m in length, it will be the largest vessel in the company’s fleet.“The future is green and the E-class is our first step towards a fully electrified CTV fleet. We believe that electrification is a central part of the future of safe and environmentally friendly CTVs and we will continue to improve and develop our services,” said David Kristensson, CEO of N-O-S.According to NOS, new developments in the propulsion plant, such as lower propeller speed and a larger diameter, give the new class high-efficiency propulsion resulting in lower fuel consumption during transit and higher bollard push during docking.The propulsion system has four modes, including the ECO-mode when the vessel is operated at low speed with support from the batteries. It is also capable of operating only on batteries, NOS added.last_img read more

Strawberry-Chocolate Cake

first_img Share Strawberry-Chocolate Cake.Here’s an easy-to-make layer cake that will appear as though it required hours of time. Using a boxed cake mix, ready-made frosting, and premade whipped topping takes all of the work out of the preparation.Reminiscent of a chocolate-covered strawberry, this appealing cake recipe is a good choice when you want an eye-catching dessert with minimal effort.Ingredients:1 package 2-layer-size strawberry cake mix1 cup canned chocolate frosting1 8-ounce container frozen whipped dessert topping, thawed1 tablespoon milkStrawberries Directions:Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease and flour two 8-inch or two 9-inch round baking pans; set aside. Prepare cake mix according to package directions. Divide batter between pans. Bake according to package directions. Cool in pans on wire racks for 10 minutes. Remove cake layers from pans. Cool completely.Spread 2/3 cup of the frosting on one of the layers. Top with remaining cake layer. Frost top and side of cake layers with dessert topping. If desired, in a small bowl stir together remaining 1/3 cup frosting and milk. Drizzle over frosted cake. Decorate top of cake with whole or sliced berries. Makes 12 servings Sharing is caring! Tweet 147 Views   no discussionscenter_img Share Food & DiningLifestyle Strawberry-Chocolate Cake by: – August 11, 2011 Share Recipe source: Better Homes and Gardenslast_img read more

Guardiola rates Liverpool as toughest opponent ever

first_img Loading… Guardiola added that he has a great respect for Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane. “I admire the two versions, that of the player and the coach,” the former Barcelona star said. “The two. I think Zidane as a player was wow. I would have liked to have played with him. I had the misfortune to have to come up against him facing the French National team. “He does well for football, in the good and bad times and I’m happy about that. I’m very happy that things are going well for him because people like him are very good for football.” Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said Liverpool’s team over the past two seasons has been the toughest opponent he has ever come across. Liverpool won the Premier League title for the first time since 1990 in style, finishing 18 points clear of nearest rivals Manchester City this season. Jurgen Klopp’s side also won the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup last season. “Yes, by a big margin, the toughest rival I have faced in my career was the Liverpool team of last year and this season,” Guardiola told DAZN Spain. “It dominates all the records. If you allow them to dominate you, they will cage you in the area and you don’t come out. When you dominate them, they run finding spaces like no one else does. “They are very fast at going back. They are very strong in terms of strategy. Their players are mentally very strong. It’s the rival that I’ve had to think more about how to beat them. “If you ask me which team I’ve had more difficulty to decipher and deal with, that’s Liverpool. The first few years when I arrive to England, Liverpool was a little smaller than it is now and Real Madrid was much stronger. Now, this Liverpool is the toughest that I’ve encountered in my career as coach.” City host La Liga champions Real Madrid on Aug. 7, holding a 2-1 advantage from their Champions League round-of-16 first leg. “It’s a very strong team, in every sense and historically of course,” Guardiola said. “It has made me a better coach. With Jose Mourinho, with [Manuel] Pellegrini, with all the coaches they have had. They [Real Madrid] have done what they have done, to win three straight Champions League, to have taken away two La Liga titles from Barcelona when Barca had completely dominated this competition in this decade like no one else had done.” Read Also: Arsenal target extends RB Leipzig deal Guardiola steered Barcelona to two Champions League titles but was unable to lead his former club Bayern Munich and City to glory in Europe’s elite club competition. “They ask me what am I going to feel to win something that I haven’t won [at City],” Guardiola said. “I don’t know. I don’t know what I’m going to feel. I honestly tried the first year, and the second and the third and the fourth and in all the years that I’m here. If there is a chance, I will try to win it. But if I don’t, will I have failed? I will have failed but the important thing is to try.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Couples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Facts About Black Holes That Will Blow Your MindThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson10 Characters That Should Be Official Disney Princesses7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s Hysterical6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually Truelast_img read more

I have moved from presenting to being die-hard fan-Jones

first_img Promoted ContentThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her GrandsonThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love With10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Best Cars Of All TimeWhat’s Up With All The Female Remakes?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More Loading… Photos on Emma’s social media through the years have shown her alongside Leeds legend Eddie Gray and a crop of stars including Stuart Dallas and ex-defender Pontus Jansson. Her success in the role is all the more remarkable considering she never used to watch the beautiful game before getting the job. Speaking to Ourtown magazine, Emma said: “I never used to be a football fan – but since doing Leeds I’ve become one! “The atmosphere, passion and buzz rubbed off on me very quickly and now I’m the noisiest spectator watching from the gallery.” Emma has a background in news but admits she found it hard asking people difficult questions. She says she once ended up crying with an interviewee – but there have been no such problems with Leeds… especially as they won last season’s Championship crown. Read AlsoBielsa extends stay as Leeds United boss In 2016 she found people had used her photos to set up fake accounts on dating app Tinder – including one saying her name was Anna and she worked at Morrisons. As if that was not enough, People pretending to be air stewardesses and shop assistants used her photo to try to get dates. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img With Leeds United safely back into the Premier league, club TV presenter Emma Louise Jones is set to up her game even as she revealed she has become a die-hard of the round leather game. Jones never used to be a football fan but now she is following the Whites to the Premier League. The Elland Road side, have endured 16 years in the Football League, desperate to break back into the promised land. But bright blond Emma has given fans plenty of reason to cheer with her appearances on LUTV since her 2017 debut. And with Marcelo Bielsa finally finding the secret formula to Leeds’ success, the Premier League is set to see much more of Jones. Emma conducts post and pre-match interviews for LUTV – while also working for BBC Radio 5 Live and the Netball Nation podcast. She famously stole the show during England’s 2018 World Cup warm-up win over Costa Rica – with the TV camera operator clearly more interested in her than the match. Jones will now be taking her talents to the Premier Leaguelast_img read more

Adebayor increases heat on City

first_img He added: “We saw them having a tough time at Everton so it’s true that they are not strong away. They beat Manchester United so their confidence is very high, but we have a great squad and great players.” Andre Villas-Boas may drop Adebayor given that Jermain Defoe is expected to return from injury, although Gareth Bale’s potential absence means the Portuguese could use both strikers up front. Villas-Boas knows there is potential for Adebayor’s temper to boil over because of the sour ending to his spell in Manchester. Adebayor clashed with Mancini and was shipped out on loan twice while he was also made to train with the youth team. Adebayor insists he bears no ill-feeling towards either Mancini or City, however. He continued: “I don’t have anything to prove to Man City. Man City is a sacred club. I have a huge respect for the players because I got players there that I can call family – people like Yaya Toure, Kolo Toure, and Vincent Kompany. “They are very good friends so for me. It’s going to be important for me to prove how good I am, but I don’t have any pressure that says I have to beat Man City because of the way they treated me – because they bought me expensively and sold me for cheap. “We are all human beings. We are all adults. I cannot tell you what happened and what did not happen. For me today I move on, (Mancini) has moved on. He is Man City, I am Tottenham. I wish him the best of luck. For me now Mancini is just a manager I respect just like Arsene Wenger, like Harry Redknapp, and that’s it.” Emmanuel Adebayor has raised the temperature ahead of this weekend’s clash with Manchester City by claiming Roberto Mancini’s multi-million pound stars will start fighting with each other on the pitch if Tottenham get under their skin at White Hart Lane. Press Associationcenter_img City have a chance to put a huge dent in Tottenham’s Champions League ambitions on Sunday when they travel to White Hart Lane. There they will come up against former City striker Adebayor, who had a tumultuous three-year spell at the Etihad Stadium, rowing with Mancini and fighting with defender Kolo Toure before leaving for Spurs two years ago. Adebayor said: “If we put them under pressure we have a chance to win for sure because I was there and whenever things are not going their way there will definitely be a fight or an argument on the pitch and that is how we can take them down.” last_img read more

DCAL to defend Windsor Park plans

first_img DCAL said in a statement that Crusaders, the Irish Premier League side, had been granted leave by the High Court in Belfast in order to seek the review. Crusaders, who were unavailable to comment, are thought to be unhappy about the £29.2million renovation of the national stadium as it is also the home of their domestic rivals, Linfield. The Goverment is to provide £25.2million of that cost as part of an overall investment of £110million in three Northern Irish grounds; Windsor, Casement Park and Ravenhill. In the statement, a DCAL spokesperson said: “As a legal process is under way we are unable to comment. However, DCAL intends to robustly defend the grounds which have been alleged by Crusaders.” It was confirmed on February 20 that planning permission had been received for the work, with all four stands in line to be renovated and, in the case of the South Stand, rebuilt entirely. In court quotes given to the BBC, Mr Justice Treacy said: “It is in my view arguably clear that the Government has made a decision in respect of a funding package to redevelop Windsor Park, build a new stadium at Casement Park and redevelop Ravenhill.” He added: “I should emphasise that the grant of leave says nothing at all as to how the case will ultimately be resolved following the provision of and consideration of all relevant evidence. The grant of leave merely signifies the case is arguable or worthy of further consideration.” A potential review was good news for Crusaders director Mark Langhammer, who also told the BBC: “Our aim in all of this has always been to get a balanced and competitive league. “At this stage, what this leave hearing decision secures is access to the information on which DCAL and others made their decision. “We will not get ahead of ourselves, we will simply get the information first and discuss it with our members.” Work was due to commence in September. The Irish Football Association were unable to comment. The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure in Northern Ireland will “robustly” defend its plans to redevelop Windsor Park in the wake of Crusaders’ attempts to launch a judicial review of the case.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Police: Two Children Stabbed in Lauderhill

first_imgTwo children were transported to the hospital as trauma alerts after being stabbed Friday morning in Lauderhill, police said.The stabbing occurred at a home on Northwest 44th Terrace.Lauderhill police Lt. Mike Santiago said the children were attacked by someone with a sharp object, possibly a machete.The ages and conditions of the children weren’t immediately known.No other information was immediately available.last_img

The Latest: Bordeaux makes team bus available to caregivers

first_imgBelarus is the only nation in Europe still hosting professional soccer games with fans in the stadium.International players’ union FIFPro says players in Belarus have reached out with concerns about playing during the coronavirus pandemic.___English soccer authorities say there are “no quick answers” to the question of when play can resume following the coronavirus outbreak.The Premier League, English Football League and Football Association say in a joint statement there will be play “only when it is safe to do so.” Tokyo Olympic and prefecture officials held an official “handover ceremony”on Wednesday at the J-Village National Training Center in Fukushima.The public will have limited access to view the flame, and organizers hope to limit the crowd size because of restrictions in place for the coronavirus.The flame arrived in Japan from Greece on March 20 and the torch relay was to have started last week from Fukushima. The flame has remained in the prefecture with Wednesday’s event merely ceremonial.The Fukushima prefecture is the region of Japan that was devastated in 2011 by an earthquake, tsunami, and the subsequent meltdown of three nuclear reactors.Olympic officials have postponed the Tokyo Games until next year with the opening now set for July 23, 2021. Associated Press ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The eastern city of Mulhouse is eight hours from southwestern Bordeaux, which is near the Atlantic coast, but difficult to reach because of greatly restricted train travel.Bordeaux says 18 nursing staff from its region will now be able to reach heavily-impacted Mulhouse and offer backup to tired medical teams who have been “strongly affected” in their efforts to cope.___Brooklyn Nets general manager Sean Marks says the four players who tested positive for the new coronavirus have completed their two weeks of isolation and are now symptom-free.The Nets announced on March 17 that four players had tested positive, with Kevin Durant telling The Athletic he was among them. Marks said during a conference call Wednesday that all have now been cleared, along with the team’s entire traveling party. He said all are still practicing social distancing.Brooklyn’s most recent game was March 10 in Los Angeles. All Nets players were then tested, and the team said one player showed symptoms and the other three were asymptomatic.___France’s national institute of sport is helping with the needs of caregivers and homeless people during the coronavirus pandemic.The Paris-based INSEP will lodge nursing staff coming far from their homes to assist medical teams in the city. Premier League club Bournemouth says manager Eddie Howe has taken a voluntary pay cut during the coronavirus outbreak.It is the first top-flight team to announce such a measure by its coach.Bournemouth said Howe’s pay cut was “significant,” without disclosing exact figures. Key members of his backroom staff as well as club chief executive Neill Blake will also have their salaries reduced.Bournemouth says it has also advised a number of staff across all areas of the club that they will be furloughed “to safeguard the financial stability of the club during what is such an uncertain period.”___ The decision was made in a conference call with officials from the 55 UEFA member federations.UEFA says “all other UEFA competition matches, including the centralized international friendly matches, remain postponed until further notice.”___A German soccer club is raising funds amid the coronavirus pandemic by selling tickets for a fictional game.Third-division club Uerdingen hopes to virtually sell out its 34,500-capacity Grotenburg Stadium in Krefeld with the offer of souvenir tickets for fans. Wimbledon has been canceled for the first time since World War II because of the coronavirus pandemic.The All England Club announced after an emergency meeting that the oldest Grand Slam tournament in tennis would not be held in 2020.Wimbledon was scheduled to be played on the outskirts of London from June 29 to July 12.It now joins the growing list of sports events scrapped in 2020 because of the COVID-19 outbreak.That includes the Tokyo Olympics, the NCAA men’s and women’s college basketball tournaments and the European soccer championship. April 1, 2020 The ministry says regional funding earmarked for professional sports will instead go into an anti-coronavirus fund.Many Russian sports team rely heavily on regional governments and state-owned companies for much of their funding. Primorsky Krai is the first region to impose such drastic cuts.All major sporting events in Russia are currently suspended.___The Olympic flame will be on display until the end of April in Japan’s northeastern prefecture of Fukushima.center_img They say clubs and supporters have a role to play in the meantime “in supporting the government’s guidance and ensuring community strength and solidarity.”The most recent update from soccer authorities said there will be no play until April 30 at the earliest.___A hockey team and a soccer club in Russia face being removed from their leagues after government financial support was diverted to fight the coronavirus.The sports ministry in the far eastern region of Primorsky Krai says it sees no point in funding player contracts for another season if it’s not clear when competitions will resume. It wants the Admiral Vladivostok hockey club to drop out of the Kontinental Hockey League and the Luch Vladivostok soccer team to drop down two divisions into the amateur leagues. INSEP and other sporting establishments in France will also receive sick people who are no longer in serious condition but need their health monitored in an effort to free up hospital beds.INSEP will receive about 100 people from homeless shelters.Also, 69 rooms at INSEP are at the disposal of France Horizon, which helps families, homeless people, migrants, refugees and people who are isolated.French sports minister Roxana Maracineanu says “the only way through this crisis is to stay united.”___ The Latest: Bordeaux makes team bus available to caregivers Tickets start at 5 euros ($5.46) and go all the way to 19.05 euros ($20.80) for VIP tickets. The club says “panic buying for friends and family is definitely allowed.”It’s the only time that Uerdingen will sell tickets for the Grotenburg Stadium this season. Its home arena is being rebuilt so the club has been playing home matches at the ground of nearby Fortuna Düsseldorf.Uerdingen was one of the powerhouses of German soccer in the 1980s with a best finish of third place in the Bundesliga and a run to the semifinals of the Cup Winners’ Cup in 1986. More recently it has dropped as low as the sixth division.The club hasn’t played a game since March 8 because of the virus outbreak.___ MLB played in Europe for the first time last June when the New York Yankees swept a pair of games from the Boston Red Sox in London.___UEFA has postponed the Euro 2020 playoffs for the second time because of the coronavirus pandemic.The games were originally scheduled for March 26-31 and have now lost their June 4-9 dates.The playoffs will decide the last four places in the 24-nation lineup for the postponed European Championship. ___Soccer fans from two clubs in Belarus say they will stop going to games because of the coronavirus.A leading fan group at Neman Grodno says its members will stop attending games and they have urged supporters for other teams to do the same.The fans have called on the national soccer federation to “draw on some courage and stop the Belarusian championship, as the rest of the world has done.”Fans of Shakhter Soligorsk have also said they will stop going to games “until the epidemiological situation allows us to return to the stands.” But they stopped short of calling for the season to be suspended. The R&A is postponing three amateur golf championships scheduled for June, including the Curtis Cup.The Curtis Cup was to be played June 12-14 at Conwy Golf Club in Wales. The R&A and USGA say the matches for female amateurs from the U.S. against a team from Britain and Ireland will move to 2021. The dates were not decided.The R&A says the British Amateur and the British Women’s Amateur will move from June to August, but that depends on the status of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.K.The British Amateur had been scheduled for June 15-20 at Royal Birkdale. The British Women’s Amateur was to be played June 23-27 at Kilmarnock on the west coast of Scotland.The Curtis Cup captains, Sarah Ingram of the U.S. and Elaine Ratcliffe for GB&I, will remain for the 2021 matches. The teams had not been decided. Players were to have been selected later this month. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___French soccer club Bordeaux is making its team bus available so voluntary caregivers can reach hospitals in another city. The last time Wimbledon was called off was 1945.___Major League Baseball has canceled a two-game series in London between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals because of the coronavirus pandemic.The teams had been scheduled to play at Olympic Stadium on June 13 and 14.Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred made the announcement in a memorandum send to MLB employees. MLB said on March 19 that it had scrapped series in Mexico City and San Juan, Puerto Rico.last_img read more

Break not enough to slow down Badgers

first_imgSenior forward Brianna Decker has enjoyed a stellar 2012-13 for Wisconsin, netting 21 goals and racking up 16 assists in 24 games.[/media-credit]Long layoffs between games in an athletic schedule have come to be viewed as something equivalent to the plague, killing any and all momentum that may have existed previously.Instead of looking at their break as a curse, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team embraced their 25-day winter layoff and have come back just as well – if not better – than when they left the ice in early December.On Dec. 9, Wisconsin had just completed a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over No. 8 North Dakota at LaBahn Arena, capping off a series sweep over their WCHA rival.However, any momentum that was gained during the home series against the Fighting Sioux was put on hold for 25 days until the Badgers would once again compete on the ice together.While some might worry UW’s progress would be stunted by their time away from the ice, senior defenseman Saige Pacholok believes the break was beneficial for the team.“Sometimes you get a little worried having a two-week break, but I think it was good because we all need a break sometimes,” Pacholok said. “Physically and mentally, I think it was good for our team.”The Badgers had roughly two weeks without any organized hockey activity–time set aside for final exams and family.After taking time to decompress and relax over the holidays, Wisconsin went right back to the grind in 2013 to prepare for a tough slate of upcoming games.Head coach Mark Johnson agrees the time off is good for his team, but knows the key to avoiding a slump in 2013 is staying in shape.“[The team] is pretty good about taking care of themselves,” Johnson said. “They are going to do something, whether it’s getting out on the ice every day or getting in the gym and doing some conditioning. It’s important because it’s a sport that is hard to get in shape for, but it’s easy to get out of shape.”With a series against No. 9 Ohio State and another at North Dakota looming in late January, Johnson set up an exhibition game with the Minnesota Whitecaps, a professional women’s hockey team from the Western Women’s Hockey League.The Badgers went ahead to dominate the Whitecaps in a 4-0 victory that saw Wisconsin outshoot their opponent 38-18.Pacholok, who picked up two assists in the exhibition match, says the game was critical for UW to get back into the proper game mindset necessary to compete again at a high level in the WCHA.“We needed that game to get back into game mode,” the alternate captain said. “You practice all week, but it’s different practicing than playing and your game sense kind of changes a bit, so I think that was beneficial for our team overall going into the Ohio State series.”After their tuneup game with the Whitecaps, Ohio State, who had split a series with Wisconsin earlier in the season, came to the LaBahn Arena to challenge UW in a matchup that featured two teams ranked in the top 10.The Badgers took the first game with a defining 4-1 victory, which featured two short-handed goals by Wisconsin and a pair of scores from senior forward Brianna Decker.The second contest with OSU proved to be more of a challenge, but UW was able to snap a 1-1 tie in the third period with a late score by Alev Kelter to boost Wisconsin to their second straight series sweep of a top 10 opponent.The Badgers were able to outshoot the Buckeyes 62-51 and allow only two goals to a team that averages more than three goals a game in the series, a sign the level of play had not dropped for a Badger team who had gone nearly a month since its last series against a conference opponent.Decker, the team captain who ended up with two goals and two assists in the series versus OSU, says her teammates are now becoming comfortable in their roles which has contributed to the success in the latter part of the schedule.“I think we are just playing tough and everybody is just kind of playing their own roles; everybody has stepped into their own roles and is used to that,” Dekker said. “We’ve been having great goaltending and the forwards have been putting the puck in the net. I think that’s what we needed and what we need to continue to do.”In their last series before the spring semester began, the Badgers traveled west to North Dakota to take on the second best scoring team in the WCHA in the Fighting Sioux.Despite being outshot in the series 59-50, UW was able to leave Grand Forks, N.D., with a series split.North Dakota was able to blank Wisconsin 3-0 in the first match up of the series, but the Badgers were able to come back strong in the second game, taking a 2-1 victory on a third period goal by junior forward Madison Packer.Wisconsin’s ability to maintain their momentum from early December into late January propelled the Badgers to a four-game win streak and to second place in the challenging WCHA conference.Johnson is pleased with the way his team has hit a stride lately and attributes the success to consistency, but knows the struggle for a WCHA title has just begun.But the Badgers’ destiny still lays in their own hands, as the team welcomes the No. 1 ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers to LaBahn Arena this weekend in a crucial series. The Gophers have been the toughest foe of late for this Badger program, outscoring the team 6-1 in their two-game sweep of the team in December.“It’s a long journey; it’s a long season,” Johnson said. “Over the course of the winter you make strides, and this team has done that. They’ve been pretty consistent in their work effort. Each game has been fairly consistent as far as the effort that they put into those games, so they are getting rewarded now which is nice.”last_img read more

Syracuse’s Friday night game against Clemson postponed due to Hurricane Florence

first_imgSyracuse’s (3-2, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) game against Clemson (3-2, 0-1) at Historic Riggs Field on Friday has been postponed due to Hurricane Florence, Clemson announced. The match will now take place on Tuesday, Oct. 23. The match time has yet to be announced.The Orange and Tigers have a history, with Clemson ending SU’s season last year in the ACC Tournament. Syracuse’s next game is on Sept. 21 against No. 19 Virginia (2-0-2, 0-0-1) at 7 p.m. in SU Soccer Stadium. Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on September 13, 2018 at 7:22 pm Contact Nick: nialvare@syr.edu | @nick_a_alvarezcenter_img Commentslast_img read more