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Kennedy stands by Senderoff

By admin Published: June 22, 2008

Ravenna record Courrier beat writer Dave Carducci recently posted this intriguing story about Athletic director Laing Kennedy and his support of Rob Senderoff over on the the NCAABBS board. I thought it would pass it along, it's a pretty good read.

http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=425522

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O'Shea leaves OU

By admin Published: June 21, 2008

It comes as quite the surprise that Ohio University Head basketball coach Tim O'Shea jumped ship earlier this week. He accepted a position as the men's basketball coach at the newly established, in D1 atleast, Bryant University.

Although O'Shea did win 20 games last year (20-13), he has a home in Rhode Island and strong ties to the New England area. It sounds like this decision had to be driven by personal reasons. Why else would anyone leave Ohio for Bryant, who is not tournament eligible for a few years?

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Carpenter plucked by Cubs in third round

By admin Published: June 5, 2008

Kent State junior right hander Chris Carpenter was selected by the Chicago Cubs in the third round (97th overall) of the 2008 First Year Player Draft. This marks the third time Carpenter has been selected in the draft, but the highest he has ever been taken.

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Missing Grimsley, catching Brunello

By admin Published: June 4, 2008

Tomorrow morning I am hitting the road for the State baseball championships in Columbus. My original plan was to cover the Walsh Jesuit game Thursday morning, the Canton Central Catholic game Friday afternoon and then jump into a car with the Rivals guys, Steve Hare and Joe Harrington from Kentsportsreport.com, to watch Kent State basketball recruit Alex Grimsley play in the Hoosiers' Reunion All-Star Classic in Knightstown, Indiana, then make my way back to Columbus for baseball championships Saturday morning.

Unfortunately I have to fill in and do some high school track and field coverage Friday in Columbus instead. So, no Grimsley for me and no blog post about it for you.

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