Month: February 2022

Howard Men Pick Up First Win of Season WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Howard University men’s tennis team grabbed its first win of the season, taking down Loyola (Md.) 5-1 at the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation’s (WTEF) East Capitol Campus. With the victory, Howard improved to 1-2 on the young season, while the Greyhounds suffered their first
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3:28 PM ET LAS VEGAS — Saturday’s UFC 272 pay-per-view event has lost a highly anticipated co-main event between Rafael dos Anjos and Rafael Fiziev, as Fiziev has tested positive for COVID-19. Fiziev’s manager, Daniel Rubenstein, broke the news to MMA Hour on Monday, and Fiziev followed with an official statement from his social media.
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12:53 PM ET Mike CoppingerESPN Heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk has joined a territorial defense battalion in Ukraine as the nation seeks to defend itself against an invasion from Russia that began Thursday. The Olympic gold medalist is the latest boxer to take up arms in Ukraine. Usyk’s longtime friend, Vasiliy Lomachenko, also joined a territorial
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12:26 PM ET UEFA has removed Russia’s teams from this year’s European competitions meaning they will not compete at this summer’s European Women’s Football Championships, while Spartak Moscow have been kicked out of the Europa League. The teams have been removed in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Russia’s women’s side were set to face
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12:16 PM ET Defending Arnold Palmer Invitational winner Bryson DeChambeau won’t try to defend his title at Bay Hill Club & Lodge this week because of a lingering left hand injury. DeChambeau won the 2021 event by 1 shot over Lee Westwood for his eighth career PGA Tour victory. DeChambeau withdrew from the API on
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11:34 AM ET Associated Press PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — The Americans recorded the biggest blowout over Europe in the Ryder Cup last year, and their new captain doesn’t see a need to change much of anything. Zach Johnson was introduced as the 30th U.S. captain on Monday, next in line to try to end
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7:53 AM ET Michael A. FletcherESPN Close Michael Fletcher is a senior writer with ESPN’s enterprise and investigative team. Before that, he wrote for ESPN’s The Undefeated, focusing on politics, criminal justice and social issues. He spent 21 years at The Washington Post, where his beats included the national economy, the White House and race
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