2020/04/28

DeafDigest Sports – April 22-28, 2020

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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— random deafsports thoughts

— elite deaf athlete, world champion

— part of White Sox history is wrong

— comment from a past MSSD baseball player

— British deaf soccer player remembers USA deaf soccer

— a college remembers its deaf NFL player

— a freshman swimmer in college

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Note: there were no DeafDigest Sports
editions in recent days – due to scarcity
of deaf sports in the news almost every day!

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FIVE FASCINATING LONG DRIVERS TELL THE STORIES BEHIND THEIR SUCCESS

part of posting – one of them is deaf – Kyle Berkshire

Berkshire’s downswing might be the most powerful in golf history, the
consistent 150-mph-plus clubhead speed and 230-mph ball speed
substantially higher than his competitors. He has won his last three WLD
events, including the championship in September 2019, and his goals are
even loftier. “I just started serious training for the first time,”
Berkshire says. “To now, my results have mostly been due to genetics, and
we’re addressing that. The goal is to produce 240-mile-per-hour ball speed
within a couple of years, and I totally believe that’s possible.”

Berkshire, who has 42 percent mid-frequency hearing loss in both ears, a
condition since birth (he barely can hear the roar of the crowd when he’s
competing).

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Chicago White Sox history

part of posting

1901
The White Sox played their first regular season game as part of the
“officially”-recognized American League. In fact, it was the first game
ever played in the league overall. They beat the Cleveland Blues, 8-2.
Outfielder William “Dummy” Hoy got the first White Sox at-bat.

Hoy was a deaf-mute, and in order for him to understand what the umpires
were calling, the arbitrators came up with a series of hand signals
indicating safe/out/ball/strike. (And in spite of our modern sensitivities
to such a nickname, Hoy embraced the name and insisted on being addressed
as “Dummy,” not William.)

note:
not true that arbitrators (umpires) came up with hand signals.
Our early deaf baseball players came up with thise signals
and the umpires agreed!

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comment from a past MSSD baseball player

as edited from a tweet

from a tweet

Your question touched a soft spot for many! My ans: even though my parents
were Deaf teachers and school administrators, I never had a  Deaf teacher
(other than PE) until MSSD. Ditto then for my first Baseball coach.
Mind-blowing.

note:
that baseball coach was Sandy Ewan; he coached two seasons and was famed
for his discipline, even to the point of ordering his shaggy haired ball
players to get neat haircuts. If they refused, they would sit on the
bench! Ewan coached in the late eighties/early nineties.

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British deaf soccer player remembers USA deaf soccer

from tweet

Deaflympics 2009 in Taiwan, we lost 3-1 to USA in final group game,
they had 3 shots and scored all, we had 21 shots, we got knocked out and
went onto win the rest of 4 games, we only lost once in that tournament,
we were the best. Very frustrating.

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a college remembers its deaf NFL player

part of posting

Top 10 Most Unusual Division 1 team names

2. Governors/Lady Govs — Austin Peay State University

Notable Sports Alumni: Bonnie Sloan, first deaf player in the NFL

note:
Austin Peay State University had another deaf player; he was redshirted
as a freshman and then transferred to Gallaudet to play football.
After playing for a season, he left Gallaudet and never again
played football.

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college deaf athlete

Isaiah Skiple

rising freshman

men’s swimming

North Dakota State

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elite deaf athlete

Kyle Berkshire – see above story

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random deafsports thoughts

no major deaf sports news, just snippets here and
there of deaf related sports stories. Just wish
there were major deaf sports news; maybe some day
next week?

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Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

The book made its debut back on February 15, 2020, at the annual Alumni
Madness Day. The Bison men’s basketball program held a reunion that
evening where Stassler signed copies of the book.

For those not in attendance, you can now purchase your own copy for $35
apiece and $8 for shipping. Please allow two weeks to receive the book.
Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

If you have any questions, please contact Gallaudet men’s basketball head
coach Kevin Kovacs at kevin.kovacs@gallaudet.edu.

2020/04/21

DeafDigest Sports – April 12-21, 2020

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— Gallaudet basketball history book

— Gallaudet football honors

— college deaf athlete

— elite deaf athlete

— deaf trainer of a pro team wins honor

— pitcher with over 100 career wins

— college basketball player wins honor

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Note: there were no DeafDigest Sports
editions in recent days – due to scarcity
of deaf sports in the news almost every day!

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Order a copy of the new Gallaudet University Men’s Basketball History Book

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball program is excited
to announce online ordering information for those fans, alumni, etc.,
interested in purchasing a copy of the Gallaudet University Men’s
Basketball History Book (1904-2019) written by Gallaudet Athletics Hall of
Famer Barry Strassler.

The book made its debut back on February 15, 2020, at the annual Alumni
Madness Day. The Bison men’s basketball program held a reunion that
evening where Strassler signed copies of the book.

For those not in attendance, you can now purchase your own copy for $35
apiece and $8 for shipping. Please allow two weeks to receive the book.
Purchase here: https://app.mobilecause.com/form/LQ60XQ?vid=73t7e

If you have any questions, please contact Gallaudet men’s basketball head
coach Kevin Kovacs at kevin.kovacs@gallaudet.edu.

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Gallaudet football lands three on the 2020 NFF Hampshire Honor Society

IRVING, Texas – Gallaudet University senior lineman Malik Amann (San
Diego, Calif.), Matthew Cracraft (Ferris, Texas) and Everett Polzin
(Frederick, Md.) were named to the 2020 National Football Foundation (NFF)
Hampshire Honor Society, which is comprised of college football players
from all divisions of play who each maintained a cumulative 3.2 grade
point average (GPA) or better throughout their college career and
completed their final year of playing eligibility in 2019.

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deaf trainer of a pro team wins honor

part of story

Peoria Rivermen trainer Max Finley was named the Southern Professional
Hockey League’s top trainer, the league announced Monday.

Finley also plays for the U.S. national deaf men’s team, winning a gold
medal at the 2017 world championships in Buffalo, N.Y. He helped the U.S.
won a bronze in 2015 Winter Deaflympics in Russia.

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pitcher with over 100 career twins

from a tweet

Dummy Taylor (Wow what a terribly mean nickname! Deaf pitcher had 116 wins
in 9-year career)

note:
most major league pitchers do not get that many career
wins, as Taylor did. Legendary New York Giants manager
John McGraw named Taylor as his third best all-time
pitcher he ever managed. #1 pitcher Christy Mathewson
and #2 pitcher Joe McGinnity are both hall-of-famers.

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college basketball player wins honor

part of a posting

Molloy named first-ever Chris Martin Perseverance Award winner

North Park University women’s basketball junior guard Sinead Molloy has
been named the first-ever Chris Martin Perseverance Award winner as the
College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin (CCIW) announced on Thursday
afternoon.

The award honors Martin’s legacy of perseverance enduring the challenges
of a lifelong hearing disability.

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college deaf athlete

Evan Allen

incoming freshman

football

Oklahoma Baptist (NCAA-II)

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elite deaf athlete

Clint Thomas

rodeo

Georgia

there has been no recent rodeo updates
on him. Was he competing or has he
retired?

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random deafsports thoughts

DeafDigest Sports editor “waits” until
there are at least 4 or 5 sports
stories from the media before going
ahead with the latest edition.

Just seems general deaf sports stories
get fewer and fewer these days.

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2020/04/13

DeafDigest Sports – April 12-13, 2020

barry@deafdigest.com
for options, click on the above deafnews tab

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— college deaf athlete

— elite deaf athlete

— deaf woman in pro wrestling

— Deaf HORSE

— deaf head coach in NFL

— deaf baseball player signs a minor league contract

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Note: there were no DeafDigest Sports
editions in the past few days – due to scarcity
of deaf sports in the news lmost every day!

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deaf baseball player signed to a minor league contract

part of posting

100 Years Ago

April 12, 1920

Noah Downes has gone into professional baseball. This local athlete has
signed a contract to play the outfield for the Petersburg club of the
Virginia League this season. That league opens on the twenty-second of
this month. Downes is well-known locally and is one of the best all-around
athletes ever turned out at any local institution. He was formerly a
student at the Maryland State School for the Deaf before he matriculated
with Gallaudet College.

note:

don’t know if Noah actually played minor league baseball in the
1920 season – but minor league records (not always that 100 percent
complete) show him playing for the Frederick Hustlers team in the
Blue Ridge League in the 1928 season (8 years later).

As a hitter, he hit .273 (12 of 44) in 16 games. Did he hit any
homers or drove in runners, do not know because records are
incomplete.

As a pitcher, he had a 6-5 record in 13 games, total of 92
innings pitched. Again, his ERA stats is incomplete.

Noah attended Gallaudet in 1918-19 and 1919-20 before
dropping out. He very probably played for the Gallaudet
baseball team in the 1919 season (Gallaudet Almanac
did not list members of the 1919 baseball team).

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Deaf Horse

part of posting

Tamika Catchings, recently inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball
Hall of Fame, is defined by her world defense and relentless driving to
the rim during a 15-year career in the WNBA.

The former Indiana Fever star is considered one of the best to play the
women’s game, period. She is a championship winner, MVP, and five-time
Defensive Player of the Year.

It is a testament to her production on the court that her education as a
hearing impaired girl in both ears who moved across the country in sixth
grade after her parents divorced is largely overshadowed by her basketball
resume.

Catchings’ appearance at the NBA HORSE Challenge on Sunday, then, is
another celebration of what he has accomplished with the ball in his
hands.

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Deaf head coach in NFL

part of posting

Cleveland Browns

The 1970s started with Blanton Collier as the coach, but he had to retire due
partly to difficulties with hearing loss that had started to affect his ability
to coach.

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college deaf athlete

Sam Forden

rising junior

football

Murray State University (Kentucky, NCAA-I)

played 5 games in 2019

but posted no stats in these five games he played

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elite deaf athlete

how many deaf women fighters do we have?

DeafDigest Sports editor only has one deaf woman –

Aubree Thompson

and she has not fought since 2017. Has she retired
from fighting or unable to get new fights?

Do not know.

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deaf woman in pro wrestling

part of newspaper story

Hearing-Impaired Pro Wrestler Christina “C-Bunny” Sarni

Christina Sarni was born with a hearing-impairment caused by nerve damage

Wrestling has been a big part of my life. I grew up listening to Hulk
Hogan telling me to eat my vitamins and say my prayers, snapped into a
Slim-jim because of the Macho Man Randy Savage, smelled what the Rock was
cooking, and crotch chopped every kid in middle school that disagreed with
me. I still watch wrestling these days, and fortunately, the wrestling has
gotten better, but the character building and storylines have not. Being
C-Bunny is a triumphant true story that a screenwriter simply could not
write up.

In Being C-Bunny, Christina Sarni elaborates on how she overcame numerous
difficult obstacles in life to see her dreams come true. Christina was
born with a hearing impairment, making it difficult to do everyday tasks
that most people take for granted. Christina was often last picked in team
sports and had no friends in school because of the impairment. As you can
imagine, her school years were even rougher to deal with than most. After
high school, Christina decided to create an alter ego in order to change
the way others would see her and how she felt about herself. Thus C-Bunny
was born. C-Bunny would appear as a hip-hop dancer on a television show
being judged by dancer and singer Paula Abdul.

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random deafsports thoughts

What is one of DeafDigest Sports editor’s regrets?

That he never met, nor interviewed Noah Downes (see baseball
above) before he passed away. He lived in Baltimore and worked
for a dairy farm in the area. Noah was never present at these
deaf social events in the Washington-Baltimore greater metro
area. His younger deaf brother, Leonard, was a long time
Gallaudet employee, well known by everyone on the campus.
Leonard, however, never talked about Noah.

DeafDigest Sports editor interviewed many, many past
deaf sports heroes, but Noah wasn’t one of them.

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2020/04/11

DeafDigest Sports – April 8-11, 2020

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— random deafsports thoughts

— dedication to a Gallaudet track and field legend

— another dedication, a past Gallaudet football player

— college deaf athlete

— elite deaf athlete

— soccer club loses ADA lawsuit

— first deaf major league baseball player

— a college basketball player praised by ESPN

— West Virginia deaf football

— collegiate won/lost record of a past Gallaudet coach

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Note: there were no DeafDigest Sports
editions in the past few days – due to scarcity
of deaf sports in the news almost every day!

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DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition
to Bob Corbett that departed us.

At Gallaudet during the early 1960’s
Bob was a 3-time Mason-Dixon Conference
champion in discus.

In these days, there was no such a thing
as NCAA-III regional and national track
and field championships. Mason-Dixon
Conference was it for Gallaudet.

Bob was not an athlete; had no balance
and couldn’t play team sports that well.
And he was a “skinny” freshman. He became
one of the earliest Gallaudet athletes to
take weightlifting seriously – pumping the
iron every day after classes.

His body built up to the point where he
looked like a Mr. America – and it greatly
helped him in discus. Not just that, he
took discus seriously, coaching himself,
always reading up on pointers about this
event and studying the techniques of these
Olympic-level throwers.

He represented USA in the 1961 and 1965
Deaflympics, and he was a shoo-in, an
easy favorite in 1961. Unfortunately,
disaster struck him. On his first throw,
the discus hit the cage, and bounced off.
His nerves was shot, badly shaken up.
His second throw – same thing, a foul,
bouncing off the cage.

On his third and final throw, he just
had to be very careful, and was not his
normal self, and just had to make sure
the throw went through. He did not medal
in that event.

He tried again in 1965, out of competition
for two years (marriage and a new full
time job) – and came out satisfied with
a medal, though it was not gold.

He returned to Gallaudet track and field
as the coach in the throwing events
(discus, hammer, javelin and the shot)
in the seventies and stayed with the
program until he stepped down in the
eighties). Gallaudet field participants
all worshipped him for his coaching tips
and patience with them.

Bob was not all discus and nothing else.
He was a high level federal government
accountant for a Naval base.

Thank you, Bob for contributions you
made with the Gallaudet track and
field program, both as a participant
and as a coach.

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another dedication, a past Gallaudet football player

Matt Harris, who played Gallaudet football in
the 2010 and 2011 seasons, departed us.

He pretty much was a great football player
in his two seasons at Gallaudet

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West Virgina football

from a posting

The Top 10 teams of all-time in Hampshire county

With the spring 2020 sports season in hiatus, the lack of game action has
allowed me to take a walk down memory lane. In the office, senior editor
and former sports editor Jim King began the discussion of best sports
moments in his reporting history. I chimed in with a few great moments of
my own, and then we looked at each other and said, “Let’s do a countdown
of the best teams of all-time.”

The West Virginia School for the Deaf had 2 historic seasons that
landed them on this list while Capon Bridge had a tough time cracking the
list.

note:
West Virginia dropped football early in the 1980’s.

During the two glory seasons in the late fifties, they had
outstanding players – Chuck Buemi, Mike McCoy, John
Popovich, Gene Smith and Larry Jones. Buemi played Gallaudet
football for two seasons as quarterback and engineered
Gallaudet to the biggest upset in history – a 14-13 win
over Delaware Valley College in 1958.

The school had one player – Paul See, who played for a nearby
high school, while still attending classes at WVSDB. He also
went to Gallaudet and was a stalwart player on both sides of
the line.

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collegiate won/lost record of a past Gallaudet coach

John Becker coached Gallaudet basketball for two seasons
in the 1990’s. He moved on and is currently the head ooach
of University of Vermont basketball team.

There was a posting that during his time at Vermont, he
has led his team to 219 wins, which is #1 among 22
NCAA-I teams in the New England states. Harvard was second
with 185 wins and Connecticut third with 182 wins.

A point there – Becker coached his teams to 218 wins over
hearing teams and one win over a deaf team (Gallaudet)
for a total of 219 wins!

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Five 2020 women’s basketball prospects who rose up the class rankings

by ESPN

SG Rhyle McKinney
SMU Mustangs
espnW HoopGurlz ranking: 97
Previous ranking: Unranked

McKinney was born with a cleft palate and is legally deaf. She requires
hearing aids in both of her ears. None of that has stopped her from
becoming a top-100 prospect.

She has been a vital component for Argyle High School (Texas), helping
lead the Eagles to a 136-23 record over the past four seasons and tallying
more than 2,000 career points. She is a complete guard, one who can score
with her silky-smooth jumper, or dazzle with her passing abilities and
craftiness. McKinney averaged 20.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.5 assists as
a senior and can make an early impact in the American Athletic Conference
next season with SMU.

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soccer club loses ADA lawsuit

part of newspaper story

Colorado Rush Soccer Club to pay $11,000 to family of deaf player for
violating ADA

The family claims the youth soccer club told them offering services like
an interpreter for their young son was too expensive.

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first deaf major league baseball player

Dummy Hoy is first deaf major league baseball
player?

No!

It was Ed Dundon

do read the posting below:
Ohio Deaf History Month, designated Mar 13-Apr 15, celebrates deaf history
and contributions of the Deaf community to society. Ed Dundon, an alumni
of the Ohio School for the Deaf who became the first deaf player in
major league baseball

note:
this posting is correct. Dundon, a pitcher, pitched two seasons
in the majors. He was not that impressive but still wins the
honor as the first deaf major leaguer.

He was older than Hoy and both did not play at the same time;
just several years apart.

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college deaf athlete

Jonni Parker

rising junior

volleyball

Penn State

led team with sets played – 117

led team with matches played – 33

led team with points scored – 493

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elite deaf athlete

Elis Topchaniuk, from Ukraine, is a world-level women’s cyclist.

there is no update on her races since 2019

Is she still racing but not updating  or has she retired?

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random deafsports thoughts

Was Bob Corbett (see dedication)
the first Gallaudet athlete to take
weightlifting seriously.

Do not know, but he was very serious
about it. Weightlifting was not encouraged
by Gallaudet coaches until sometime in the
mid-sixties, few years after Bob graduated.

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2020/04/07

DeafDigest Sports – April 1-7, 2020

barry@deafdigest.com
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Hot DeafSports News at:
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— random deafsports thoughts

— dedication to a long time coach

— Gallaudet swimming honors

— retirement of a 2-time state champion coach

— Naismith admits deaf player to hall of fame

— a deaf swimmer mentioned as one of most powerful athletes

— India discriminates against top-level deaf wrestler

— a Dummy Hoy suggested nomination

— college deaf athlete

— elite deaf athlete

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Note: there were no DeafDigest Sports
editions in this past week – due to scarcity
of deaf sports in the news lmost every day!

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DeafDigest Sports dedicates this edition
to Mike Cappell that departed us.

He was a long time teacher and coach at
Oregon School for the Deaf, Indiana School
for the Deaf and then for the last 35 years
of his career, at St Rita School for the
Deaf.

Needless to say, he was always feeding
DeafDigest Sports editor with updates
on sports at St Rita. When he retired,
there was no one at St Rita that picked
up what he left off.

During its glory days St Rita was
extremely competitive with other
deaf schools in football, boys’
basketball, girls’ basketball
and baseball.

Not any more. St Rita is best known
as the school that deaf pro golfer
Kevin Hall graduated from. Kevin golfed
for a nearby high school but attended
classes at St Rita.

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Gallaudet swimming

Monroe and Sealts chosen as February Bison of the Month

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet University Athletics Department has announced
the February Bison of the Month recipients. Junior Ben Sealts (Ottawa,
Ohio.) of the men’s swimming team and senior Jessica Monroe (Senoia, Ga.)
of the women’s swimming team were selected for their outstanding
performances during the month of February.

Sealts was named NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Year at the 2020 NEAC Swimming
and Diving Championships February 14-16. This marks the junior swimmer’s
third consecutive NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Year award. In a show stopping
performance at the swimming championships, Sealts won three individual
events as well as one relay event. With four first-place finishes, Sealts
helped lead the Bison to their first NEAC conference championship since
2014.

As the lone senior of the GU women’s swimming team, Monroe led the team
with three All-NEAC third-team honors at the 2020 NEAC Swimming and Diving
Championships in Cobleskill, N.Y. The senior swimmer finished third in the
200-yard butterfly and added two more third-place finishes in the 400-yard
medley and freesyle relay races. This championship marked the last races
of Monroe’s career as she finished her senior season on the podium.

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two-time state championship basketball coach
announces his retirement

Brian Cronin, who is deaf and coached the Saint Andrews
team (Mississippi) to two state championships in his
11 coaching seasons, has announced his retirement.

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Tamika Catchings in Naismith basketball hall of fame

Tamika Catchings, who is deaf, and played at
Tenneseee and Indiana Fever, has been selected to
the Naismith basketball hall of fame.

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40 Most Powerful Female Athletes of All Time

Gertrude Ederle

by glamour.com

On August 6, 1926, 21-year-old Getrude Ederle battled the cold, choppy
waters of the Atlantic Ocean to become the first woman to ever swim across
the English Channel. Even more impressive, Ederle recorded the fastest
time in history by more than two hours, besting all five men who had
previously gone the distance. It gets even more spectacular: Because of
the especially rough ocean conditions at the time, Ederle tackled at least
14 more miles than she would have if she could have charted a straight
line (35 versus 21 miles), per the New York Times.

But Ederle’s truly mind-boggling accomplishment was bigger than one single
swim. It “made a memorable contribution in an age when many found it
difficult to take female athletes seriously,” the Times wrote in Ederle’s
2003 obituary. Among Ederle’s other accomplishments in the sport? Dozens
of amateur national and world records, plus three Olympic medals in
swimming. After her hearing was permanently impaired during the
record-breaking swim, she also went on to teach the sport to deaf
children.

note:
some said she was already deaf before the big swim; others
said she became deaf after that big swim.

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India does not want deaf wrestler to wrestle with hearing wrestlers

Today i.e. 1st April is the birthday of Virendra Singh, known as Goonga
Pehelwan. Virendra Singh is the only Indian player to win a gold medal in
the Deaflympics (Olympics for the deaf and dumb). He has also won 5 medals
in other international competitions along with gold medals in the 2005 and
2013 Olympics.

For your information, let us tell that they are the only silent-deaf
wrestlers who wrestle with normal wrestlers and also win. Virender, who
has been wrestling since the age of 10, has been trained with famous
wrestler Sushil Kumar. His goal is to play in the 2016 Rio Olympics, but
the federation is not allowing him because of his inability to speak and
listen. For this, he has written a letter to the Sports Ministry.

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Dummy Hoy as a recommended nominee

For the Reds history aficionados out there, thinking ahead to our Bobble
Series for 2021, of these 4, which would you like to see us make? Our goal
is to eventually have one for every Hall of Famer. Research all of our
Famers at https://mlb.com/reds/hall-of-fame/alumni/directory

one of the recommended was Dunny Hoy

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college deaf athlete

Reagan Raymer

rising senior 2020-21

volleyball

North Central College (Illinois, NCAA-III)

led her team in most sets played

led her team in most matches played

led her team in most kills

team record, however, was 5-24

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elite deaf athlete

Holly Jamieson

curling

Canada

she continues with this sport, both with deaf and
hearing teams; was not able to duplicate her
career highlight of winning the gold medal at the
2015 World Junior Curling Championships

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random deafsports thoughts

just not easy looking for deaf news in the wide
world of hearing sports!

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