UVU Baseball Signs Three During Spring Period

first_imgJune 5, 2018 /Sports News – Local UVU Baseball Signs Three During Spring Period Written by Tags: Alexander Marco/Jesse Schmit/Nick Sheehan/Scott Madsen/UVU Baseball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOREM, Utah-Tuesday, Utah Valley University baseball coach Scott Madsen confirmed the signing of three standout talents to national letters of intent during the spring signing period.These players are outfielder Alexander Marco of Las Vegas, right-handed pitcher Jesse Schmit of Queen Creek, Ariz. and outfielder Nick Sheehan of Fresno, Calif.Marco is a junior who previously played at Cochise College of Douglas, Ariz. and batted .315 with five home runs and 67 RBI for the Apaches.Schmitt previously played at South Mountain C.C. of Phoenix and had a team-best 1.84 ERA for a Cougars team that went 52-10 on the season and advanced to the championship round of the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference.He pitched 29.1 innings on the season, striking out 20, while posting a 1-1 record and a pair of saves.Sheehan comes to Orem after playing for Fresno City College, while he batted .333 and amassed seven home runs and 42 RBI for the Rams. His contributions helped FCC to a Central Valley College conference title and a berth in the California Community College Athletic Association Nor-Cal Super Regionals.The other Wolverines’ signees thus far are Robert Brodell of Brawley, Calif., Matt Dalke of Phoenix, Mason Gray of Phoenix, Jake Plecas of Flagstaff, Ariz., Logan Petet of Boise, Idaho, Ty Vargas of Palmdale, Calif. and Cole Yocum of Mesa, Ariz. Brad Jameslast_img read more

Tame Impala Releases New Song “Borderline” [Listen]

first_imgTame Impala has released their latest single “Borderline”, a song that the Kevin Parker-led psych-rock outfit previously debuted and performed live on their recent Saturday Night Live appearance. “Borderline” follows up Tame Impala’s March release of their nostalgic new tune “Patience”, which was the band’s first new track since their 2015 Currents release and its supplemental companion EP, B-Sides & Remixes.Whereas “Patience” is a watery sonic breeze, “Borderline” comes in with a more pronounced, danceable backbeat. While it comes across with a decidedly different vibe, “Borderline” shares some similar sonics with “Patience”, with ethereal psychedelic elements popping up throughout to augment Parker’s spectral vocals. It’s equally as likely to get caught in your head—the mark of yet another great new Tame Impala track. Here’s hoping there’s more on the way.Listen to Tame Impala’s new track “Borderline” below:Tame Impala – “Borderline”[Video: Tame Impala]See below for a list of Tame Impala’s upcoming dates. For more information, head here.Tame Impala 2019 Tour Dates:April 13 – Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music & Arts FestivalApril 20 – Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music & Arts FestivalMay 2 – Nashville, TN – Ascend AmphitheatreMay 3 – Asheville, NC – ExploreAsheville.com ArenaMay 5 – Atlanta, GA – Shaky Knees Music FestivalMay 6 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine AmphitheaterMay 11 – Miami Beach, FL – Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason TheaterMay 11 – Guadalajara, Mexico – Corona Capital FestivalMay 25 – Boston, MA – Boston Calling FestivalMay 31 – Barcelona, Spain – Primavera SoundJun 1 – Paris, France – We Love Green FestivalJun 5 – Gothenberg, Sweden – GardenJun 6 – Aarhus, Denmark – NorthSideJun 21 – Sheebel, Germany – Hurricane FestivalJun 22 – Neuhausen ob Eck, Germany – Southside FestivalJun 26 – Pilton, England – GlastonburyJuly 27-28 – Detroit, MI – Mo Pop FestivalAug 1-4 – Chicago, IL – LollapaloozaAug 9 – Helsinki, Finland – Flow FestivalAug 14 – Hasselt, Belgium – PukkelpopAug 15 – Rennes, France – La Route Du RockAug 16 – Walibi Holland, Netherlands – Lowlands FestivalView Tour Dateslast_img read more

Clark buoyed by Zlatan shut-out

first_imgIreland defender Ciaran Clark will take big confidence from shutting out Zlatan Ibrahimovic. He added: “Managing to keep a clean sheet away from home is obviously a brilliant result. “I am sure it will give the whole back four, and everyone else, confidence going into the next game.” Ireland will now hope to follow up their strong performance in the Swedish capital by beating Austria back in Dublin on Tuesday. Germany have taken a five-point lead at the top of Group C but the battle behind them is tight. Ireland have slipped to fourth but they are just a point behind second-placed Sweden and level with Austria. Clark, 23, said: “It is a big game but we are happy with the point here and we can go on now, play at home on Tuesday and with a big crowd behind us hopefully we can get three points.” Sweden’s star striker, who scored four goals against England last November, endured a frustrating night as Ireland claimed a creditable goalless draw in their World Cup qualifier in Stockholm. The Paris St Germain forward, whose combined career transfer fees total more than £130million, found chances hard to come by at the Friends Arena with his one meaningful effort deflected wide. Aston Villa centre-back Clark said: “He is a big, strong guy and his technical ability is unbelievable.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more