Tag: coaches

AHF to organise online education workshops for Hockey India coaches, technical officials

New Delhi [India], October 8 (ANI): After the successful completion of AHF online education workshops for Hockey India coaches, technical officials and umpires, the Asian Hockey Federation (AHF) will continue to conduct online education workshops in October.

A group of 15-30 coaches and umpires will be attending three AHF online education workshops this month.

Aimed at providing technical expertise and knowledge on various aspects of set plays and free hits for coaches and officiating for umpires, these online education workshops will be conducted free of charge for participating candidates online through Microsoft teams application. Each workshop will consist of three to four hours’ sessions.

Speaking about the participation of coaches and technical officials in the AHF online education workshops Gyanendro Ningombam, Officiating President, Hockey India said, “The AHF Online Education Workshops have been a vital part of the growth of our Coaches and Technical Officials. With a much bigger knowledge

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Virginia Tech dominates NC State despite missing 23 players and 2 coaches

Saturday’s game did not start well for Virginia Tech, but the Hokies were able to overcome the loss of 23 players and two coaches for the 45-24 opening win over NC State on Saturday.

Prior to the game, 23 players were declared unavailable including starting quarterback Hendon Hooker and starting cornerback Jermaine Waller. In addition. defensive coordinator Justin Hamilton and defensive assistant Tracy Claeys were also out.

The good: Virginia Tech’s rush attack

The Hokies ran the ball for 314 yards making it just the third time Virginia Tech has rushed for more than 300 yards since joining the ACC in 2004. Kansas transfer Khalil Herbert had a dazzling debut with 104 yards and a touchdown in just six carries. He also added another 46 receiving yards on two catches. Rutgers transfer Raheem Blackshear also had eight carries for 28 yards and a touchdown. The quarterbacks played a big role

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Memphis football falls to No. 17 in AP Top 25, No. 20 in coaches poll

Memphis was off this weekend, but the Tigers took a slide in both polls Sunday.



a group of baseball players playing a game of football: Memphis Tigers running back Timothy Taylor slices through the defense of the Arkansas State Red Wolves during their game at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020.


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Memphis Tigers running back Timothy Taylor slices through the defense of the Arkansas State Red Wolves during their game at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020.

The Tigers slid one spot to No. 17 in the Associated Press Top 25 poll and five spots in the Amway Coaches Poll to No. 20. Last week, they jumped 10 spots in the AP poll and 15 in the coaches poll after being unranked before the season.

The good news is Memphis remained a top-20 team as the Big Ten was not eligible to have teams in this week’s polls despite announcing it will resume play on Oct. 24

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Memphis remained the third-highest ranked team

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