Author Christina Lopez To Speak At Saint Martin’s Upcoming Harvie Social…

first_imgSubmitted by Saint Martin’s UniversityLACEY, WASHINGTON — Christina López, author of the pamphlet Estamos en la Lucha: Immigrant Women Light the Fires of Resistance, will illuminate migrant women’s fighting spirit and their unique view of the crucial, but often ignored, leadership they provide in the U.S. workforce and society. López’s lecture, which promises to engage the Saint Martin’s community in a discussion exploring new strategies for creating solidarity among immigrants and U.S. residents of all races, is the next event in the 2012-13 Robert A. Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series. The lecture will take place at 4 p.m., Friday, Feb. 8, in Harned Hall, room 110, on the Saint Martin’s University campus, 5000 Abbey Way SE. The free event, followed by a social hour with the author, is open to the public.López, an Arizona native, comes from a working-class family whose roots in the southwest predate U.S. borders. She was first introduced to political activism when she joined the Chicano student organization MEChA to fight against an Arizona English-only law. Since moving to Seattle 14 years ago, López has fought for racial liberation and women’s rights as essential components of building class solidarity. On the national steering committee of Radical Women and president of the Seattle chapter, López has mobilized across the country to protect immigrant rights, quality education and affirmative action. A co-founder of Sisters Organize for Survival, she is an outspoken advocate for those most affected by social service and education cutbacks. López was also the vice-presidential candidate on the Freedom Socialist Party’s 2012 presidential ticket.The Robert A. Harvie Social Justice Lecture Series, now in its seventh year, was created by Saint Martin’s University Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Robert Hauhart, Ph.D., J.D., chair of the University’s Department of Society and Social Justice, to raise awareness of social justice issues within the community and to honor the work of Robert A. Harvie, J.D., former professor and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice at Saint Martin’s.Saint Martin’s University is an independent four-year, coeducational university located on a wooded campus of more than 300 acres in Lacey, Washington. Established in 1895 by the Catholic Order of Saint Benedict, the University is one of 14 Benedictine colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, and the only one west of the Rocky Mountains. Saint Martin’s University prepares students for successful lives through its 23 majors and seven graduate programs spanning the liberal arts, business, education, nursing and engineering. Saint Martin’s welcomes more than 1,100 undergraduate students and 400 graduate students from many ethnic and religious backgrounds to its Lacey campus, and 300 more undergraduate students to its extension campuses located at Joint Base Lewis-McChord and Centralia College. Visit the Saint Martin’s University website at www.stmartin.edu. Facebook2Tweet0Pin0last_img read more

Little Silver Takes Step Toward $3M Sidewalk Plan

first_imgPoint Road School, forpre-K through fourth-gradestudents, is located alongSeven Bridges Road. Branch Avenue is a roadway heavily traversed by borough students who walk to Little Silver’s Markham Place School, which serves students in grades five through eight, and commuters. “(Prospect Ave.) is an expensive project because the road has some engineering issues. There’s a slope going down to the edge of the street so it’s not just a matter of pouring concrete. But funding is always the trick for projects like this. It’s the job of the mayor and borough council to come up with the most fiscally sound funding plan possible, and that’s something we’ve been working on for over a year now,” Neff said. After months of discussion, the borough council is preparing to introduce a $3 million funding ordinance. According to Mayor Robert C. Neff, properly maintained sidewalks are integral to a Little Silver community with neighborhood schools, a downtown business district and the NJ Transit train station. “The county’s view is that sidewalks and curbing are the responsibility of the municipality. The county paves and has been great to Little Silver with respect to paving. But it’s a common practice to let the municipality move forward with sidewalks and curbing,” Neff said. Neff said the borough is close to completing its bond ordinance and that residents can expect to see it introduced “at the next council meeting or two.” Prospect Avenue is awalkable route that leads intothe heart of the borough’sdowntown where municipalbuildings, office buildings,restaurants and a shoppingcenter are situated. Portions of prominent borough arteries like Seven Bridges Road and Prospect Avenue are in need of sidewalks, Neff said. A new sidewalk for Prospect Avenue, between Crest Drive and Harding Road, is also part of the proposed plan. “Some of our sidewalksare just not in good shape,and some of them are alongprimary walking routes forour kids,” Neff said. “Thereare several of them thatneed attention.” He said the borough currently has two grant applications filed and is waiting to see if Little Silver is eligible for the state’s no-interest bond program. LITTLE SILVER – Thereis a plan afoot to repair andupgrade some sidewalksin town. Unlike Prospect Avenueand Seven Bridges Road,Branch Avenue is a Monmouth County roadway that cuts through Little Silver, continues past the Oceanport Avenue entrance to Fort Monmouth and has proven to be a popular route for those looking to reach Monmouth Park Racetrack and popular beachfront destinations in Long Branch and Monmouth Beach. Though the paving andannual maintenance of theroadway is typically handledby the county, Neff said thecounty traditionally doesnot help fund curbing andsidewalk projects. Neff noted the borough was able to use grant funding to complete a sidewalk and curbing project last year on Willow Drive, a roadway that connects foot traffic to both the downtown business district and the train station. “We’re talking about introducing an ordinance that would allow for bonding to support the cost of some of these sidewalks, but it doesn’t mean that’s the route we would definitely take,” Neff added. last_img read more

Bombers shot down at Lethbridge Bulls tourney, finish tied for third

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsThe McCoy High Colts battered Bomber pitchers around through most of the game en route to a convincing victory in action at the Lethbridge Bulls Invitational High School tournament Saturday in the Southern Alberta City.The loss dropped LVR into a tie for third spot overall in the tourney.Connor Bojey started the game for LVR with Austin Tambellini getting a taste of the heavy-hitting Colts in relief as the Medicine Hat squad dominated the Bombers.
McCoy is the top-ranked Tier I team in Alberta.On the other side of the frame, the best the Bombers could muster offensively was three hits by Adam Wheeldon, Dallon Stoddart and Bojey.LVR, improving to 10-8 on the season with two wins in three attempts in Lethbridge, opened the weekend with a thrilling 9-8 win over the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute.Wheeldon pitched a complete game win for LVR, allowing 10 hits, four strikeouts while surrendering four walks.Wheeldon was helped to the win by a pair of outstanding plays in the field by Curtis Pereverzoff and Clay Rickaby.Wheeldon, Stoddart, Cole Laughton and Daine Olenek led LVR offensively, each collecting two hits.However, this game came down to a two timely hits by Nolan Renwick and Tambellini in the seventh to help the Bombers nail down the victory.The Bombers exploded offensively against the Winston Churchhill J.V. squad, pounding out a 14-4 win.Ben LeMarquand powered the Bomber attack with four singles while Bojey added three singles.
 Eric Madore chipped in with a single and a double while Connor Banks had two hits.Cole Laughton picked up the win, pitching a complete game. Laughton finished the contest tossing a six-hitter while fanning four and walking two.The Bombers finish the season with a doubleheader still scheduled against the Grand Forks Wolves. No date for the contest has been set.sports@thenelsondaily.comlast_img read more

Bombers walk all over Wildcats in Thursday night hoop action at the Hangar

first_imgAdam Berg led the charge with eight points in the period.Schepkowski took over in the second scoring 11 of his 17 points.Jack Sturrup and Berg each had 10 points.D.Kabatoff scored 12 to lead the Wildcats. Erich Schepkowski scored a game-high 17 points sparking the Bombers to a 88-37 victory over the Mount Sentinel Wildcats in West Kootenay High School Boy’s Basketball action Thursday at the L.V. Rogers Hangar.The game was over early as LVR out scored the visitors 34-3 in the first quarter.last_img

Ghostriders ride over Nelson Leafs 5-2

first_imgSam Weber scored the other goal for Nelson, sporting a 3-3 record since new coach Mario DiBella took over the team from Dave McLellan.Fernie dominated the Leafs for most of the contest, out shooting the visitors 57-32, including a 23-8 margin in the first period.Patrick Ostermann took the loss in goal for the Leafs.Newly signed Josh Williams was the back up goalie for Nelson.Nelson completes a three-game-in-three night stint Saturday at home against defending champion Kimberley Dynamiters.Game time is 7 p.m. Fernie Ghostriders scored three straight second period goals to bounce the Nelson Leafs 5-2 in Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action Friday night in the East Kootenay City.The Riders erased a 1-0 deficit on goals by Talyer Sincennes, Justin Peers and Ryan Kennedy in a span of three minutes to completely change the momentum of the contest.Blair Andrews, scoring this third goal in two games, pulled Nelson to within a goal after two periods.But Cole Keebler and Ryan Teslak scored insurance goals in the third period to complete the victory.last_img read more

New Partnership: National Ski Academy and RED

first_imgWe are proud to announce that RED Mountain’s Legacy Training Centre has been designated The National Ski Academy’s ‘Official Western Canadian Training Centre’.  RED Mountain and Rossland are steeped in skiing history, tradition, and culture dating back to the late 1800’s. In 1968 RED hosted the first World Cup race ever held in Canada. The Red Mountain Racers and the Red Mountain Academy are one of the most successful alpine ski clubs in North America. Red Mountain Racers have won 2 Olympic Gold Medals, 1 Olympic Silver Medal, 2 World Cup Overall Titles, 27 World Cup Medals and 1 World Junior Championship Gold Medal. To date 38 of its alumni have raced for either the Canadian or US National Ski Teams and 13 have raced at the Olympics. The club has also hosted 2 World Cups and 27 National Championships. The history of racing at RED coupled with the NSA’s 30 years of developing the Ontario and National Team(s) ski racers made this partnership a natural fit. Nigel Cooper, Director of Operations, with the NSA stated, “The student athletes and staff at the National Ski Academy are excited and proud of our new and long-term partnership with RED Mountain. With a shared history of success in ski racing and educating student athletes, we are happy to go down this path for the next three years together.” Christine Andison, Director of the Red Mountain Academy, stated that “the opportunity to work closely with the National Ski Academy to enhance the athletic and academic programming for both Academies will result in a superior experience for athletes in both programs. This is a pivotal partnership and we are looking forward to a dynamic relationship which will benefit the sport of ski racing in Canada and beyond.” This year the National Ski Academy is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Jurg Gfeller, Executive Director, founding the NSA in Collingwood Ontario. Together we will continue the National Ski Academy’s mission to “provide an environment for talented student athletes to maximize individual potential through the pursuit of alpine ski racing excellence, academic achievement and personal growth.” Matt Henry, Director of The Legacy Training Centre also commented on the partnership. “We couldn’t be more excited about this new partnership with the NSA. Moving forward, we will collectively provide the ultimate environment to nurture athletic and academic growth for years to come! ”last_img read more

STABLE NOTES BY ED GOLDEN – SUNDAY JUNE 14, 2015

first_imgMichael Machowsky2455221%$141,230 BETTER TRIP IN STORE FOR STELLAR WINDFIRING LINE TO MISS LOS ALAMITOS DERBYO’NEILL, REDDAM ON FIRE WITH JUVENILESESPINOZA PRESSER AT CLOCKERS’ CORNER MONDAYTARA‘S TANGO SET FOR SUMMERTIME OAKS Alex Solis3773519%$279,544 Mike Smith3688422%$651,096 Martin Garcia3073423%$245,660 Carla Gaines2244118%$203,080 WHO:              Victor EspinozaJockey of Santa Anita-based American Pharoah, who with his victory at Saturday’s Belmont Stakes became the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978.Prior to 2015, Espinoza had two previous chances at winning the Triple Crown, with War Emblem in 2002 (trained by American Pharoah trainer Bob Baffert) and California Chrome in 2014. He is the only jockey in history to have had three chances at winning the Triple Crown.Has won a total of seven Triple Crown races (Kentucky Derby three times, Preakness three times and Belmont once). Espinoza has won five of the last six Triple Crown races. He also owns two Breeders’ Cup victories and the 2014 Santa Anita Derby.Is the first Hispanic jockey to win the Triple Crown and at 43, is the oldest to claim the feat.Standout jockey based at Santa Anita Park; resident of Sierra Madre Martin Pedroza92716148%$375,474 Bruce Headley1341231%$117,490 William Spawr2444217%$136,530 Philip D’Amato52158629%$882,110 Ignacio Puglisi4856210%$189,580 Fernando Perez11221171119%$791,730 (Current Through Saturday, June 13) JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Kent Desormeaux6051278%$317,124 O’NEILL, REDDAM ON ROLL WITH TWO-YEAR-OLDSDoug O’Neill and principal owner J. Paul Reddam are on a roll with 2-year-olds.O’Neill, in pursuit of his fourth Santa Anita training title, has won four races this meet with juveniles, all owned by Reddam and three sired by Square Eddie: Ralis, Mrazek, and Found Money. The other, Nyquest, was sired by Uncle Mo.“The Square Eddies are runners,” said O’Neill, who captured Santa Anita titles three straight meets from 2004-05 through 2006-07, and leads Richard Baltas by one, 18-17, after 30 days this meet.“This is the third crop of Square Eddies to race,” O’Neill said. “They’re precocious, they’re smart, they’ve got a lot of class and they’ll carry it two turns as well. They’ll run on turf or dirt; they’re very versatile horses.” Found Money and Mrazek are nominated to next Sunday’s $125,000 Santa Anita Juvenile at 5 ½ furlongs on the main track. Joseph Talamo12522102518%$886,498 TRIPLE CROWN-WINNING JOCKEY ESPINOZA AVAILABLE TO MEDIA MONDAYSanta Anita-based jockey Victor Espinoza returns to Southern California late today for the first time since guiding American Pharoah to a Triple Crown triumph, ending a 37-year drought without a Triple Crown winner.WHAT:Espinoza will be available for a group media session at Santa Anita’s“Clockers’ Corner” Monday morning. Espinoza, currently in Kentucky, will return to California late Sunday for the first time since winning the Triple Crown.Due to his busy schedule, Monday will be the only opportunity for media to have accessto Espinoza until the following weekend. He will conduct an informal group media session, and will not be available for one-on-one interviews. Flavien Prat12221241317%$1,306,940 John Brocklebank1544127%$181,540 Tim Yakteen1643025%$142,430 Ricky Agarie2241518%$140,440 Felipe Valdez9681598%$364,430 Edwin Maldonado778141410%$376,926 John Sadler56791013%$546,374 Peter Miller701517721%$612,950 STELLAR WIND BACK ON BEAM FOR SUMMERTIME OAKSTeam Sadler is inclined to draw a line through Stellar Wind’s fourth-place finish in theGrade I Kentucky Oaks on May 1, and expects a return to top form in next Saturday’s Grade II Summertime Oaks for the daughter of two-time Horse of the Year Curlin, who reeled off three straight wins before her eventful trip at Churchill Downs.“The whole week was speed-dominated,” said trainer John Sadler’s long-time assistant, Larry Benavidez of the foray to the Blue Grass State. “After the first eighth of a mile, you knew she had no shot.”Stellar Wind broke from the No. 12 post position in a field of 14 for the Kentucky Oaks. Daily Racing Form’s trouble line reads, “Steadied early, 9 wide.”Purchased privately by Hronis Racing LLC after an 8 ¾-length victory last Dec. 18 at Laurel Race Course, Stellar Wind paid quick dividends, winning the Grade III Santa Ysabel on Feb. 28 and the Grade I Santa Anita Oaks on April 4 before stubbing her toe in the Kentucky Oaks.“She’s had a strong work since she got back, going 11 and change last week (1:11.60 for six furlongs on June 10), and she’s doing well,” Benavidez said. Stellar Wind will again be ridden by racing’s “Triple Crown Man,” Victor Espinoza. SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Richard Baltas52176433%$848,520 Gonzalo Nicolas9166147%$239,308center_img Elvis Trujillo585479%$269,290 Victor Espinoza3166619%$489,320 Tiago Pereira671111716%$462,980 Rafael Bejarano14637282225%$1,766,946 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won WHEN:           Monday, June 1510-11 a.m. (approximately) Santiago Gonzalez8581669%$352,454 Doug O’Neill8918161020%$772,088 Tyler Baze17826282715%$1,610,080 FIRING LINE DEALING WITH FOOT AILMENT Firing Line, who finished closer to American Pharoah than any of his opponents to date when beaten only a length by racing’s newest Triple Crown winner in the Kentucky Derby, will miss the $350,000 Los Alamitos Derby July 4, trainer Simon Callaghan said Sunday morning.Firing Line, a son of Line of David owned by Arnold Zetcher, missed a scheduled workout last Saturday due to a sore right front foot.“It’s not quite cleared up and we’ve decided against the Los Al race,” Callaghan said. “I think it could develop into an abscess, but it’s not major. We’ll get him right and hopefully look for a summer campaign.” Gary Stevens2463425%$576,100 Richard Mandella39119428%$807,140 Mike Puype56812714%$485,520 Vann Belvoir454669%$159,950 CONTACT:    Brian Robin661-349-2147 cellbrianr@bzapr.com FINISH LINES: Tara’s Tango, runner-up to Fantastic Style in the Angel’s Flight Stakes May 16, worked six furlongs Sunday in 1:14 for next Saturday’s Grade II Summertime Oaks. “The distance should be OK for her,” said Jerry Hollendorfer, who trains the daughter of Unbridled’s Song for Stonestreet Stable LLC. Tara’s Tango won her first start going five furlongs at Del Mar last July and was second in two subsequent sprints . . . Hollendorfer reports Santa Anita Handicap winner Shared Belief “doing fine” as he recovers from an injured right hip suffered in the Charles Town Classic, but said he “wasn’t sure what the time frame is” on the gelding’s return to the track . . . Bargain claim Motown Men worked six furlongs in 1:11.40 Sunday under Tyler Baze for the Grade I, $500,000 Gold Cup at Santa Anita on June 27. “Awesome” is how trainer Ted H. West termed the move by the Tiznow Stakes winner . . . Kent Desormeaux and Martin Pedroza will be at ThistleDown Racino Saturday to ride War Story for Tom Amoss and Whiskey Ticket for Bob Baffert, respectively, in the $500,000 Ohio Derby. Brayan Pena565239%$116,530 Jerry Hollendorfer56714713%$519,204 Bob Baffert2462525%$287,970 Robertino Diodoro2764322%$232,130 Media should enter through Gate 8:From I-210, exit Baldwin and go South 7/10 of a mile to Santa Anita Park.If possible, please advise in advance that you will be coming, and after exiting the freeway, call your PR contact (Brian Robin – 661-349-2147 cell or Greg Ball – 760-271-9183 cell) so we can meet you as you enter.Go left just before the sign for the Westfield Mall (which abuts Santa Anita’s property. Stay to the left and do not enter the mall parking lot.Stay left at the fork along the hedges (going right will take you into the main parking lot) and pull up to the guard shack.Your PR contact will meet you there, get you parked and get you situated at Clockers’ Corner. Kristin Mulhall2145019%$117,550 Mark Glatt5067812%$277,114 Eddie Truman1972337%$284,678 Mario Gutierrez4583818%$368,848 WHERE:         Clockers’ CornerSanta Anita Park285 West Huntington Dr.Arcadia, CA  91007(DO NOT FOLLOW GPS DIRECTIONS TO THIS ADDRESS. INSTEAD, FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS BELOW). Mike WillmanDirector of Publicity – Santa Anita Park818-437-0786 cellMike.Willman@SantaAnita.com Jeff Bonde1641325%$187,790 Drayden Van Dyke10113121113%$592,468last_img read more

PURCHASED ON-TRACK, SINGLE WINNING PICK SIX TICKET PAYS $34,686.40

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (April 8, 2016)–Purchased on-track for an as-yet undisclosed amount, there was just one winning Pick Six ticket on Friday at Santa Anita, paying $34,686.40 to the lucky owner.The winning ticket was the product of a total pool of $64,927. In addition to the single winner, there were 69 consolation Pick Six tickets with five winners, each worth $215.40.First post time for 12-race card on Saturday, Santa Anita Derby Day, is early, at 12 noon. The Grade I, $1 million Santa Anita Derby and the Grade I, $400,000 Santa Anita Oaks headline a blockbuster program that includes six stakes.Admission gates open at 10 a.m. Fans are encouraged to visit santaanita.com for late changes and complete morning line information.last_img

THE WINTER MEET HEATS UP WITH THE SECOND ANNUAL SANTA ANITA CHILI COOK-OFF!

first_imgARCADIA, Calif. (Jan. 19, 2017) – The best in the West will come together for a one day only Chili Cook-Off competition at Santa Anita Park on Feb. 18. For the second year in a row, teams and vendors will battle it out for the Championship Title awarded at The Great Race Place. This International Chili Society (ICS) sanctioned event will kick off a year-long series of competitions across California, and crews are already ready and raring to go with fresh and already accomplished recipes.As the competitive juices flow, the stunning San Gabriel Mountains will serve as a scenic backdrop to a day chock-full of action and live Thoroughbred racing will add some spice to an already sensational Trackside event.Competition categories include:Red ChiliGreen ChiliSalsa“People’s Choice”“Most Tasted Dish”New this year – The ICS will welcome novice chefs and enthusiasts alike with the “anyone can enter” division designed for any willing and able chili aficionado.Fans are invited to sample and vote for the “People’s Choice” award which will benefit the Foothill Unity Center, a place for real hope and possibilities for those in crisis.$30 Package Includes:Ten (2 oz.) chili tastingsOne craft beer or wine selectionSanta Anita Park snapback ball capClub House admissionAccess to Trackside Event and seatingRacing ProgramWagering tip sheetTo purchase tickets to the Chili Cook-Off Trackside Event, visit: http://www.santaanita.com/events/santa-anita-chili-cook-off/Benefiting: http://foothillunitycenter.org/home/about/Presented by: Fire It Up! Events http://fireitupevents.com/Media contact only: Ric Gilbert – ricg123@hotmail.comlast_img read more

Southland Announces Week 5 TV Selections

first_imgFRISCO, Texas – The Southland Conference and its television partners have revealed game selections and broadcast times for football games to be played on Saturday, Sept. 29. While choices for the first four weeks of the regular season were completed during the summer, the remaining weeks will see picks made 12 days prior to kickoff.ESPN3 will feature defending conference champion Central Arkansas against 2017 FCS semifinalist Sam Houston State. The Bears will enter this one at 1-0 in league play, having defeated Southeastern Louisiana before enjoying their bye this weekend. The Bearkats are the lone Southland team not to have played a conference opponent yet, but will do so Saturday at Nicholls.ESPN+ is set to showcase Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian. Both teams are off to 1-0 starts in conference play. Ra’Quanne Dickens ran for 221 yards and two scores to help the Cardinals best Stephen F. Austin, while the Wildcats benefitted from 247 yards passing and three touchdown throws by Luke Anthony on the way to topping Houston Baptist.Eleven Sports will offer a national broadcast of Lamar at Nicholls, simulcast regionally on Cox Sports Television. The matchup will also stream on the Southland Digital Network, available via Southland.org/live and Southland Conference apps.Cox Sports Television is set to provide regional coverage of Northwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana. The in-state matchup features two new head coaches, with Brad Laird leading the Demons and Frank Scelfo guiding the Lions. ESPN3 will simulcast the production outside CST’s territory.Stephen F. Austin at McNeese will feature an institutional stream, available via McNeeseSports.com/watch. The Cowboys are out to an early lead in the conference standings, sitting at 2-0 with victories over Houston Baptist and Nicholls.As previously announced, Houston Baptist at SMU will stream on ESPN3. ESPN+ is an integrated part of the ESPN App, the leading sports app and the premier all-in-one digital sports platform for fans. The ESPN App is a showcase of the company’s culture of innovation, delivering a rich, personalized experience that curates all of ESPN’s incredible content around each fan’s individual tastes. ESPN+ is also available through ESPN.com. ESPN+ is the premium multi-sport, direct-to-consumer video service from The Walt Disney Company’s Direct-to-Consumer and International (DTCI) segment in conjunction with ESPN. It offers fans thousands of additional live events, on-demand content and original programming not available on ESPN’s linear TV or digital networks. Programming on ESPN+ includes hundreds of MLB, NHL and MLS games, thousands of college sports events (including football, basketball and multiple other sports from more than 15 conferences), exclusive Top Rank boxing, UFC (beginning in 2019), Grand Slam tennis, international and domestic rugby, cricket, new and exclusive documentary films and series, acclaimed studio shows and the full library of ESPN’s award-winning 30 for 30 films. Fans subscribe to ESPN+ for $4.99 a month (or $49.99 per year) and cancel at any time. Saturday, Sept. 29Lamar at Nicholls, 2:30 p.m. CT, Eleven Sports/Cox Sports TVCentral Arkansas at Sam Houston State, 3 p.m. CT, ESPN3Incarnate Word at Abilene Christian, 6 p.m. CT, ESPN+Houston Baptist at SMU, 6 p.m. CT, ESPN3Stephen F. Austin at McNeese, 6 p.m. CT, McNeeseSports.com/watchNorthwestern State at Southeastern Louisiana, 7 p.m. CT, Cox Sports TVAbout ESPN+last_img read more