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first_imgThe men’s and women’s track teams have a lot to look forward to this upcoming weekend at the Big Ten Indoor Championships.The men are going for their sixth consecutive Big Ten Conference Indoor title in Iowa City, Iowa, whereas the women’s team prepares to host the 2006 Big Ten Conference Indoor Championships in the Camp Randall Memorial Sports Center (the Shell).The men’s team has a lot to live up to, considering they are the predecessors to a team that has won five consecutive Big Ten Conference Indoor Championships.”I think, to a certain extent, there’s a certain amount of confidence; I think the athletes draw upon the history of the program,” UW men’s coach Ed Nuttycombe said. “We’re very excited about the opportunity to go and compete in the championship. It’s something we’ve had some success with in the past, and we’re certainly hoping to continue that.”Nuttycombe is fairly confident in his team’s chances to succeed this weekend in Iowa City.”We’re one of about three or four teams that … has a chance to win, and it’s a matter of who competes best on their day.”A few of the athletes expected to excel on Saturday are Ben Roland and Nate Brown in the heptathlon, Alonzo Moore in the triple jump, Chris Solinsky in the 3,000 meters, and Demi Omole in the 60 meters. Nuttycombe will be looking to these athletes to guide his entire team.”We are one of a group of teams that has a chance to run for the championship and I think that the athletes reflect that,” Nuttycombe said. The women’s team will try to use their home advantage to upset the two favorites, Michigan and Illinois.”We’re excited about hosting the Big Ten Championships this weekend,” said UW women’s coach Jim Stintzi. “The Big Ten meet in track and field is a little different than other sports in that it all comes down to one day, so the Big Ten champion is crowned on that day.”Like Nuttycombe, Stintzi is optimistic that his athletes will find success at the conference meet.”We’re excited, and I think we’re moving in the right direction with our program,” Stintzi said. “The Big Ten has improved dramatically since last year. I looked at the [Big Ten performance] list today, and I think almost every [event] is substantially better than it was last year.”The Badgers will try to increase their standing from last year, when they placed eighth as an overall squad at the 2005 Big Ten Championships.”So while we’re better as a team, so is the rest of the Big Ten,” Stintzi said. “We’re hoping for an improvement on last year’s finish at the Big Ten.”Wisconsin will be led by pole vaulters Blair Luethmers and Jenny Soceka, who are currently ranked in the top five in that event. Distance runners Katrina Rundhaug and Maggie Grabow will also be in contention to place this weekend in the 5,000 meters.Stintzi believes his pole vaulters, which also include breakout freshman Amy Dahlin, are the strong point of the track team and will have the responsibility of earning some important points for the Badgers.”I think this year, to have both Blair and Jenny, as well as Dahlin, kind of pushing each other each week, has helped them to maybe vault more consistently and also jump higher at certain times. So hopefully that will help us in the Big Ten championship [meet].”Both Nuttycombe and Stintzi will be hoping to bring back a Big Ten Indoor Conference Championship and head into the outdoor season on a roll.last_img read more

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first_img Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros “Just replay the fifth,” Maddon said. “It looked like he had a difficult time time getting through the fifth. He leads off the sixth with a five-pitch walk. It looked like he lost his rhythm. His velocity was coming down.”Heaney’s final pitch was an 89.7 mph fastball. He had averaged 92 mph in the first two innings, then 91 in the third and 90 in the fourth, fifth and sixth.Maddon said he did not pull Heaney with any health concerns in mind, in contrast to his 67-pitch hook on Opening Night. In that game, Heaney was coming off a minor bout with back stiffness that had resulted in him being scratched from his final scheduled intrasquad start.On that night the Angels blew a seventh-inning lead and lost in 10 innings.Heaney said he felt “fine” and “I was a little surprised to see Joe making his way out.”“I understand analytically what the numbers say with third time through the lineup,” Heaney said, “but I felt like (Jason) Castro and I had done a good job of trying to sneak as many fastballs in there as we could early on in the game and given ourselves a chance to start mixing it up a little bit more the third time through, and getting a better feel for some of those pitches.”After Heaney was pulled, Mayers entered and proceeded to allow four of the next six batters to reach, including a three-run homer to Dylan Moore that put Seattle up 6-4.The Angels immediately rallied with three runs of their own, on Upton’s homer and Goodwin’s double, to retake the lead.Barnes then started the seventh and couldn’t get an out. He gave up a single and then back-to-back walks, loading the bases as Ty Buttrey was summoned to try to bail him out. Buttrey retired all three hitters he faced, but the first two outs pushed home runs.“Walking too many guys, not being assertive in the strike zone,” Maddon said. “We actually lined it (up) pretty well. I liked what we had once we got through Andrew. Mayers just had a tough game…“Mayers and Barnes we have a lot of faith in and anticipate a better result, just can’t pile on guys like that if they’ve had a bad night.”The Mariners added some insurance in the eighth, when Crawford singled to cap a 10-pitch at-bat against Ryan Buchter and drove in two runs.The Angels have now lost games when leading in the seventh inning or later twice in the first six games. It’s the difference between a 4-2 start and a 2-4 start in this sprint of a 60-game season.The bullpen meltdown spoiled a night that could have been about Ohtani’s offensive awakening.Ohtani started the season 1 for 12 before drilling a double off the right-field fence on Tuesday night. Maddon suggested that could give him confidence that would get him on a roll.Sure enough, Ohtani smoked a 107 mph line drive in his first at-bat on Wednesday, only to be robbed of a hit by diving right fielder Tim Lopes.In Ohtani’s next trip, in the fourth with two runners on, he fell behind Justin Dunn, 0 and 2. Dunn threw Ohtani a curve ball that ducked below the zone, but Ohtani golfed it over the fence in right-center.Upton’s homer in the sixth, which cut a two-run deficit in half, made him the ninth active player to reach 300 homers.“I think every milestone is special,” Upton said. “This one is right up there. It was a special night. I definitely wish we would have gotten a win, but I enjoyed that moment.”Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error They spoiled a night in which Shohei Ohtani hit a three-run homer, his first of the year, and Justin Upton hit the 300th homer of his career. Brian Goodwin also homered and had a two-run double.All of that should have been enough after Andrew Heaney allowed just one run through five innings. He took a 4-1 lead to the sixth, when the game began to unravel.Heaney was in total control for the first three innings, facing the minimum and striking out five and needing just 36 pitches for nine outs.His second time through the lineup was a little more challenging. He gave up four hits, but escaped with just one run on the board, in part because Dee Gordon was thrown out trying to steal third in the fifth.Heaney walked J.P. Crawford to start the sixth, the fifth batter in the previous 10 to reach base, so Maddon pulled Heaney after 64 pitches. ANAHEIM — Mike Mayers and Jacob Barnes, a pair of relievers who had been favorites of Joe Maddon, endured a rough night to cost the Angels a victory.The Angels blew leads in the sixth and seventh innings on their way to a 10-7 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday night.PreviousSeattle Mariners starting pitcher Justin Dunn throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, runs to first as he pops out during the first inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Brian Goodwin (18) is congratulated by Anthony Rendon (6) and other teammates after hitting a solo home run during the fifth inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsLos Angeles Angels’ Jason Castro, center, scores on a double by Brian Goodwin as Seattle Mariners catcher Joseph Odom, right, takes a late throw during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners’ Dylan Moore, right, runs to first as he hits a three-run home run while Los Angeles Angels catcher Jason Castro watches during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners’ J.P. Crawford, below, is forced out at second as Los Angeles Angels second baseman Tommy La Stella attempts to throw out Evan White at first during the fourth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. White was safe at first on the play. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, right, hits a solo home run as Seattle Mariners catcher Joseph Odom, center, and home plate umpire Edwin Moscoso watch during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels second baseman Tommy La Stella throws out Seattle Mariners’ Jose Marmolejos during the fourth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners’ Dylan Moore, right, is congratulated by Dee Gordon, left, after hitting a three-run home run as Tim Lopes watches during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Andrew Heaney throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners’ Dylan Moore gestures toward his dugout after hitting a three-run home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners pitcher Nick Margevicius rolls after diving for a foul ball hit by Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. Margevicius left the game after the play. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, center, is congratulated by teammates, including Mike Trout, right, after hitting a solo home run during the sixth inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Justin Upton, right, hits a solo home run as Seattle Mariners catcher Joseph Odom, center, and home plate umpire Edwin Moscoso watch during the sixth inning of a baseball game Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Justin Dunn throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, runs to first as he hits a three-run home run during the fourth inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Justin Dunn throws to the plate during the first inning of a baseball game against the Los Angeles Angels Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, runs to first as he pops out during the first inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)NextShow Caption1 of 16Los Angeles Angels’ Shohei Ohtani, of Japan, runs to first as he pops out during the first inning of a baseball game against the Seattle Mariners Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Anaheim, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)ExpandMayers and Barnes were charged with a combined six runs while recording just two outs.Maddon spoke often during spring training and summer camp about how much he admired those pitchers when they faced his Chicago Cubs, when Mayers was with the St. Louis Cardinals and Barnes with the Milwaukee Brewers. Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter last_img read more