Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Venus Williams, Tiger, Big East, NHL, MLB, Tyrann Mathieu News: 6/12, Vol. 162, 3rd Edition

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For your Quick News & Notes, despite having a decent year for most, three-time gold medalist Venus Williams has the ranking she needs to become a four-time Olympian as she is ranked #47 in world and 3rd among US women, Vancouver Whitecaps forward Omar Salgado broke his right foot while playing for the U.S. under-20 team, Tiger Woods got an early look at the Olympic Club on Monday, teeing off just before 7am local time and starting the round at the 9th hole where he will do so when the 112th U.S. Open begins on Thursday, Shanshan Feng won the LPGA Championship on Sunday to become the first Chinese player to win an LPGA title and a major event, Chasity Melvin is the first WNBA participant in Sportscaster U, a three-day seminar at Syracuse University's Newhouse School to train basketball players for TV jobs, Levi McLean Franklin Coolley, a 33-year-old car stereo shop owner and Missouri men's basketball fan, who regularly traveled with the team to NCAA tournament games the past four seasons, is among more than a dozen people facing federal drug conspiracy charges for cocaine distribution, the first witness, dubbed Victim #4 by prosecutors in Jerry Sandusky's trial said the former Penn State assistant football coach abused him as a young teenager on campus and in hotel saunas and later sent him "creepy love letters", the last will and testament of Joe Paterno was ordered permanently sealed from public view along with all related court filings at the request of a family attorney, the lawyer whose email tips about Ohio State football players trading memorabilia for tattoos triggered a far-reaching scandal should lose his law license for six months, an Ohio Supreme Court disciplinary board recommended for the second time, the Big East sued TCU for failing to pay the conference $5 million after the school reneged on an agreement to become a member and chose to join the Big 12 instead, the University of Montana will pay former football coach Robin Pflugrad an additional $78,000 to resolve all issues relating to his dismissal, the Edmonton Oilers have hired former coach Craig MacTavish as senior vice president of hockey operations, the Boston Bruins have re-signed forwards Chris Kelly and Gregory Campbell, the agent for both players, Patrick Morris, confirmed Monday and Kelly was signed to a four-year deal worth $12 million and Campbell to a three-year deal worth $4.8 million dollars, the Detroit Red Wings sent defenseman Brad Stuart back to the San Jose Sharks in exchange for forward Andrew Murray and a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 201, Tyler Johnson and Mike Kostka each scored twice and the Norfolk Admirals won their first Calder Cup title, beating the Toronto Marlies 6-1 on Saturday to sweep the American Hockey League finals, the defense in the Roger Clemens perjury case rested Monday, without the former pitcher testifying, the Chicago Cubs won the bidding for Jorge Soler and agreed to terms with the 20-year-old Cuban outfielder and he will come to the U.S. and take a physical before signing a nine-year, $30 million contract, according to the source, shortstop Erick Almonte has become the second known player in the Milwaukee Brewers organization to have a drug ban reversed, three months after Ryan Braun's suspension was lifted on appeal, Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine suggested on Monday that it may be time for Major League Baseball to come up with a new system for calling balls and strikes by taking the human element out of the process and making it more uniform, Dr. Jeffrey Anderson has been the director of sports medicine and head team physician at the University of Connecticut since 1994, was appointed by Major League Baseball and the players' union have as the new independent administrator for the sport's drug prevention and treatment program,  and finally, LSU cornerback Tyrann Mathieu was engaged in Twitter war with Alabama’s quarterback A. J. McCarron yesterday, essentially talking smack about McCarron throwing cross routes and their upcoming game on November 3.  Tweeting smack to the team that beat you in the championship game….come on, man!

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