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DeafDigest Sports – August 4, 2018

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— August football games

— random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet mens’ soccer recruits

— Gallaudet in President’s Cup

— Matt Klotz

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/world-number-one-deaf-swimmer/

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deaf schools football games – August

Aug 17 Riverside hosts Public Safety Academy
Aug 17 Phoenix at NFL YET
Aug 17 Fremont hosts Encina Prep
Aug 17 Indiana hosts Traders Point

Aug 23 Florida hosts Oak Hall

Aug 24 Indiana at Trinity Lutheran
Aug 24 Phoenix hots Hayden
Aug 24 Riverside at Cornerstone Christian
Aug 24 Michigan at Posen
Aug 24 Maryland hosts FCA Bucks
Aug 24 Model at Green Street Academy

Aug 25 Louisiana hosts Georgia
Aug 25 Fremont at North Tahoe

Aug 30 Florida at Halifax Academy
Aug 30 Colorado at Weldon Valley
Aug 30 Riverside hosts San Jacinto Valley
Aug 30 Oklahoma at Arkansas
Aug 30 Wisconsin at Alden-Hebron

Aug 31 Alabama hosts Valley Head
Aug 31 Maryland at Maryland Christian
Aug 31 Texas at DasCHE
Aug 31 Indiana hosts Howe
Aug 31 Fremont at San Juan
Aug 31 Riverside hosts Ray

note:
rest of football-playing schools start their seasons
in September.

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Gallaudet men’s soccer recruits

WASHINGTON – Gallaudet University men’s soccer head coach Pedro Braz is
proud to announce the 12-member recruiting class for the 2018 season.

GU finished last season with a 5-12 overall record and a 4-6 mark in
conference play. The four conference wins are the most by a Bison team
since they joined the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) in 2010.

Gallaudet begins the 2018 campaign in Kentucky at the end of August. The
Bison will play at Centre (Ky.) College on Friday, Aug. 31, before heading
over to Spalding University on Sunday, Sept. 2.

These recruits are:

Dylan Christoffels (Framingham, Mass./Marie Philip School for the Deaf)
                   
Kelly Grant            Kelly Grant (St. Louis, Mo./Hazelwood
Central)

Chad Johnson                Chad Johnson (Gardena, Calif./Palisades)

Yazeed Al-Khatib (Bronx, N.Y./New York School for the Deaf)

Noah Carter (Brentwood, Calif./Heritage)
                   
Kyle D’Amore                Kyle D’Amore (Cranberry Township
                   
Nicolas Granzow             Nicolas Granzow (Rincon, Ga./South
Effingham)
                   
AJ Markel              AJ Markel (Columbia, Md./St. Vincent
Palloti)
                   
Liam Painter                Liam Painter (Albuquerque, N.M./East
Mountain)
                   
Nick Smith             Nick Smith (Hamburg, Pa./Hamburg)

Julien Cano (Phoenix, Ariz./Tolleson Union)

Shane Angel            Shane Angel (Mechanicsville,
Md./Chopticon)

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Gallaudet University athletics places eighth in 2017-18 NEAC Presidents’ Cup standings

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The Gallaudet University athletics program finished in
eighth place out of 14 schools in the final 2017-18 North Eastern Athletic
Conference (NEAC) Presidents’ Cup standings announced by the conference
office today. The NEAC Presidents’ Cup is calculated by a school’s
standings for athletic, academic, sportsmanship and community service
success throughout the school year.

Gallaudet was fourth in the Athletics Direct Reports’ Cup for
sportsmanship where men’s swimming and diving were tops in their
respective sports category for sportsmanship. Morrisville State College
was first in this category.

GU finished seventh in the Senior Woman Administrators’ Cup for community
Service. Keuka College took home the cup in this category.

The Bison finished 10th overall in the Athletics Directors’ Cup as they
placed 10th overall in the men’s standings and seventh in the women’s
standings. GU fielded six teams, last season, that competed on the
women’s side (basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming,
volleyball) and five on the men’s side (baseball, basketball, cross
country, soccer, swimming). The Athletic Directors’ Cup standings for
men’s and women’s athletic success are determined by percentage and
not total points earned because some schools don’t support all 18 sports
sponsored by the conference. Penn St.-Berks won the Athletics Directors’
Cup.

The Bison placed 10th in the conference in the Faculty Athletic
Representatives’ Cup for academics.

Lancaster Bible College won the NEAC Presidents’ Cup with 11 points as it
placed first in the Faculty Athletic Representatives’ Cup, second in the
Athletics Direct Reports’ Cup and finished in the top four in two other
categories. This is Lancaster Bible’s second NEAC Presidents’ Cup since
joining the conference. Keuka College finished second (17 points) followed
by Morrisville State College (19.5), Penn College (20) and Penn St.-Berks
(21) round out the top five.

This is the fourth year that the NEAC has determined its Presidents’ Cup
winner by utilizing the core values of NCAA Division III. In addition to
calculating athletics success, which was the only factor taken into
consideration when awarding the conference’s Presidents’ Cup in the
past, the NEAC now also takes into account academics, sportsmanship and
community service.

Under the new scoring system the highest Gallaudet has placed is sixth
overall in 2014-15. The highest the Bison have placed all-time in the NEAC
Presidents’ Cup is fourth in 2010-11, GU’s first season in the conference.

Gallaudet’s NEAC Presidents’ Cup Standings
2017-18: 8th
2016-17: 8th
2015-16: 10th
2014-15: 6th
2013-14: 9th
2012-13: 10th
2011-12: 11th
2010-11: 4th

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Klotz Sets Two WR’s as LSU Swimmers Excel in Nationals

BATON ROUGE – LSU swimming has been busy in the pool this summer, with
10 Tigers competing in their respective national competitions. The Tigers
sent seven swimmers to the 2018 Phillips 66 U.S. National Championships,
and one each to the British National Championships, Canadian National
Championships, and European National Championships.

Senior Matt Klotz highlighted the performances at the U.S. National
Championships, setting two deaf world records. His first world record of
the meet came in the 50-meter backstroke, where he broke his own deaf
world record and touched the wall in 25.95 seconds to finish 19th overall.
Klotz also earned the deaf world record in the 50-meter freestyle,
swimming a 23.14 in a time trial.

Klotz also holds deaf world records in the 100- and 200-meter backstroke.
The Cameron Park, California native now owns four deaf world records, the
most of any swimmer

Klotz was named the 2013 USA Deaf Sports Male Athlete of the Year as sell
as the 2017 USA Deaf Sports Federation (USADSF) Sportsman of the Year for
his accomplishments in the pool.

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random deafsports thoughts

While surfing these deaf sports tweets, there was one
re-tweet from a gambling web site that pointed to a
deaf women’s basketball tournament in Texas.

This “endorsement” worries DeafDigest Sports editor
 

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