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  • Dabbs Named UIW Volleyball Head Coach

    first_imgDabbs also gained valuable international experience as a member of the USA A2 Junior National Team. Dabbs joined the UNF volleyball coaching staff in 2012. In addition to coordinating North Florida’s recruiting efforts, Dabbs helped develop the team’s offensive system, working primarily with setters.At the conclusion of the 2016 sand volleyball season, Dabbs and Director of Volleyball Steve Loeswick garnered Atlantic Sun Conference Coaching Staff of the Year honors. The duo led the Ospreys to a record 24 wins and the program’s fourth ASUN Tournament title.Over the 2014-15 campaign, Dabbs was instrumental in the development of UNF’s two-setter indoor system. Under her guidance, Courtney Miller was named 2014 Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year.During the 2015 beach season, North Florida’s top duo of Cari Whitmire and Cameron McGuire earned all-conference honors, while Jess Kinlaw landed a spot on the all-freshman team.In 2013-14, Dabbs worked with a young indoor program, while guiding UNF to another successful sand season. With the indoor team, Dabbs helped develop freshman setter Abby Fesl, who earned all-freshman team honors.North Florida compiled an 18-6 overall beach record and a 7-1 mark against Atlantic Sun competition in 2014. Dagnija Medina and Kim Hildreth concluded the season as the Atlantic Sun’s Pair of the Year and reached the championship bracket at the AVCA Sand National Championships.During the indoor campaign in the fall 2012, UNF earned a 22-12 record and an 11-7 mark in conference play. This was North Florida’s first 20-win season in Division I history and its first season with double-digit conference wins since joining the ASUN. UNF also reached the Atlantic Sun Championship match for the first time in program history. Under Dabbs’ tutelage, Britt Claessens put up 1,376 assists in 2012, which is the fifth-highest single-season total in program history.During the 2013 beach season, UNF went 16-5 overall and 8-0 in Atlantic Sun action. North Florida defended its ASUN Tournament title and became the first team in the country to earn an automatic bid to the AVCA Sand National Championships. UNF was one of six teams to compete for a team title. Additionally, two North Florida pairs – Anna Budinska/Dagnija Medina and Carolyn Jenkins/Cari Whitmire – were picked to compete in the AVCA Sand Volleyball Pairs National Championship. Budinska and Medina were named the ASUN Tournament’s Most Valuable Pair and both earned first team All-Atlantic Sun honors.Dabbs’ joined North Florida during the inaugural beach volleyball season in the spring of 2012. In its first season, UNF captured the ASUN Tournament title and Dagnija Medina and Emily Strack made an appearance at the AVCA Sand Nationals.Prior to UNF, Dabbs had stints as an assistant coach at Cincinnati and Appalachian State. “I want to thank Brian Wickstrom, Angela Lawson and the UIW Athletics administrative team for giving me this wonderful opportunity to be the head women’s volleyball coach,” Dabbs said. “I am proud to be part of the UIW Athletic Department and I’m excited to lead the Cardinals’ volleyball program.” Before moving to the sidelines, Dabbs completed and illustrious playing career as a setter for Louisville and LSU. She was tutored by North Florida head coach Steve Loeswick during her playing days in Baton Rouge. Dabbs earned her bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration-Sport Commerce from LSU in 2010. A native of the Alamo City and former Churchill High School standout, Dabbs comes to UIW after six seasons at North Florida, where she served as head coach of the beach volleyball program and associate head coach of the indoor volleyball team. As a senior in 2009, Dabbs started 30 matches for the SEC-champion Tigers on her way to earning All-SEC and All-Louisiana first team honors. Dabbs also garnered AVCA All-America and All-South Region Honorable Mention recognition. As a junior, she ranked fifth in the SEC in assists and earned Louisiana Newcomer of the Year and All-Louisiana second team honors.Prior to LSU, Dabbs spent two years as the starting setter at Louisville, where she led the Cardinals to a No. 17 national ranking. SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Samantha Dabbs has been selected as the seventh head coach of the University of the Incarnate Word women’s volleyball program, Director of Athletics Dr. Brian Wickstrom announced Tuesday. “I am excited to welcome Samantha back to San Antonio,” Wickstrom said. “Her commitment to building a championship program within the core values of UIW will be fun to watch. I believe our student-athletes will thrive off of her coaching energy and philosophy.”last_img read more


    first_img22% 8 22 47% 24 $724,436 17% Rafael Bejarano112 55% 11 JockeyMts 16% John Shirreffs20 52% 20 6 $1,065,456 3rd 6 8 $963,679 24% Money Won $1,103,736 4 BEJARANO TWO SHY OF 4,000 CAREER WINS 12 Richard Baltas64 20% 53% 37% Drayden Van Dyke89 5 LATEST CONTENT FROM XBTV: All Good (Outside) and Mucho Gusto works 5 furlongs.6-9-19 (Baffert)Marley’s Freedom (Outside) and Zatter works 5 furlongs. 6-9-19 (Baffert)Gift Box (Outside) in company with Higher Power works 5 furlongs. 6-9-19 (Baffert)Lemoona (Outside) in company with One Nation works 5 Furlongs. 6-9-19 (Baffert)XBTV Sunday: What to Watch for at Santa Anita Park on June 9th, 2019Blitzkrieg works 4 furlongs. 6-8-19 (O’Neill)Caribou Club works 4 furlongs. 6-8-19 (Proctor)Nolo Contesto (Outside) in company works 5 furlongs. 6-8-19 (Sadler)Cajun Treasure works 4 furlongs. 6-8-19 (Eurton)Game Winner (Outside) and Shocking Fast worked 4 furlongs. 6-7-19 (Baffert)Roadster worked 5 furlongs. 6-7-19 (Baffert)FINISH LINES: With 3,998 career victories, Rafael Bejarano is two shy of the 4,000 milestone which he could reach today at Santa Anita, where he is named on six horses. “We’re looking forward to it,” said his agent since 2015, Tora Yamaguchi . . . Trainer Victor Garcia is the uncle of Andy Ruiz Jr., who on June 1 defeated Anthony Joshua by TKO in the seventh round to capture the unified WBA (Super) IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight boxing titles. Born in Imperial, California, the 29-year-old Ruiz, nicknamed “Destroyer” and “Mexican Rocky,” has 33 wins in 34 bouts, 22 by knockout . . . Agent Dudley Osborne and jockey Brice Blanc have “divorced,” parting company amicably. “He got the house, I got the car,” Osborne said . . . Ryan Glatt, son of trainer Mark Glatt, now represents jockey Agapito Delgadillo . . . With seven racing days remaining in the Spring portion of the meet, Flavien Prat holds a 24-19 lead over Joe Talamo in the competition for leading rider, while Doug O’Neill carries a 22-16 lead over Richard Baltas. A surging Glatt is poised in third with 15 wins . . . Santa Anita is dark for live racing this Monday through Thursday. Live action resumes 1 p.m. Friday, June 14. Simulcast racing is offered Thursday with free General Admission and free parking. Admission gates open at 10 a.m. Mark Glatt66 16% 52% 17 TRAINER LOUIS BRADVICA DEAD AT AGE 91 $888,603 8% 47% 14 46% $896,342 2 16 19 Ruben Fuentes103 48% 7 $750,028 10 0 7 49% 24% ITM% SMOKEY IMAGE RETURNS IN THOR’S ECHO 0 $286,941 Joseph Talamo96 Mario Gutierrez58 $1,796,776 25% $1,225,988 64% 13 $1,035,527 8 20% 47% $510,418 58% 48% Win% 3rd 46% Norberto Arroyo, Jr.39 $620,869 Victor Espinoza53 6 Vladimir Cerin41 5 8 14 12 Aaron Gryder73 1st 8 5 $156,722 57% $549,835 Win% 7 11 Richard Mandella23 12% JACKPOT IS $1,104,202 AT END OF ‘RAINBOW’ Steve Knapp29 Martin Pedroza38 5 18 59% Edwin Maldonado66 $490,633 Money Won Kent Desormeaux61 6 Andrew Lerner11center_img Tiago Pereira114 15% 55% 8 19% $798,131 12 17 48% 45% $264,639 16% 1st 13 $749,427 11 11 2nd Doug O’Neill89 5 7 20% 25% Flavien Prat102 15 7 21% 3 $508,829 11 25% 11 J. Keith Desormeaux27 22 12 19 23% 13 Philip D’Amato70 $734,033 41% SANTA ANITA STATISTICS 4 $1,048,977 13 6 John Sadler59 $408,928 10 10 3 6 16 50% 19 15% 4 MARTIN GARCA ON A ROLL AT SANTA ANITA 7 THRONE OPEN FOR THREE-YEAR-OLD KING 5 TrainerMts 19% 10 35% 71% 13 49% 13 6 14 41% 8 $503,314 5 Geovanni Franco84 17 13 12% Martin Garcia59 LEADER DEBATABLE AFTER TRIPLE CROWN RESULTSThree Triple Crown races, three different winners–maybe four–depending on one’s point of view.Six months before the Eclipse Award winner as champion three-year-old male of 2019 is announced, and the picture is as clear as TV reception back in the rabbit ear days, fuzzy at best, as muddled as a Berlitz convention.Country House was promoted to victory in the Kentucky Derby, although Maximum Security crossed the wire first. War of Will won the Preakness, but finished ninth behind victorious stablemate Sir Winston in yesterday’s Belmont Stakes.The envelope, please . . .“Maximum Security is still the best right now,” said two-time Triple Crown winner Bob Baffert on a warm Sunday morning at Clockers’ Corner. “He’s definitely leading the pack, but you’ve got Omaha Beach, and my horses, Game Winner and Roadster, will rebound.“They’ll all get separated in the Travers.”Depending on the outcome of future three-year-old mainstays such as the Travers on Aug. 24 and the Haskell on July 20, lobbying could continue beyond the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Santa Anita on Nov. 2. There are no American Pharoahs or Justifys this year.“They were far superior animals,” said Baffert, who flawlessly conditioned each to memorable Triple Crown sweeps, in 2015 and 2018.Amen and amen again.MARTIN GARCIA SURGING AT SANTA ANITAMartin Garcia is on a roll.In the past week, the resurgent 34-year-old native of Veracruz, Mexico, has won seven races including three yesterday to give him 14 at the Spring portion of Santa Anita’s meet, placing him in the lofty position of sixth in the standings.He also remains a trusted member of Bob Baffert’s mega-stable, breezing the two-time Triple Crown-winning trainer’s blueblood stock when called upon.“Martin is working really hard, working horses in the mornings, has a great attitude and is a very talented rider,” said his agent, Tom Knust. “He’s one of the best riders around. All he needs are the opportunities and he’ll deliver.“I’m very happy with him and how strong he’s finishing here before heading to Del Mar this summer.”Knust also is eager to welcome runaway Golden Gate Fields riding king Abel Cedillo who will ride on a regular basis in Southern California for the first time shortly.“He’ll be here next week and I’m excited about getting him,” Knust said. “He’s a strong finisher, his horses relax and he just wins. I expect him to start riding before this meet’s over.“I’m looking forward to representing two riders who have so much talent and potential.”Added Baffert: “Martin had gotten hurt and had to clean up some things in his life, and he did. Now he’s trying to get back to where he was. He misses those big Baffert checks (such as the one from winning the $6 million Breeders’ Cup Classic in 2014 for Baffert on Bayern).”SMOKEY IMAGE RETURNS AFTER BOUT WITH PNEUMONIASmokey Image is scheduled to make his first start in 13 months this Saturday in the $100,000 Thor’s Echo Stakes for three-year-olds and up at six furlongs.Truth be told, the six-year-old gelded son of 2004 Santa Anita Handicap winner Southern Image owned by Irvin Racing Stable is lucky to be alive.“He had pneumonia,” trainer Carla Gaines said in summing up the chestnut’s extensive absence. “After he ran in the Crystal Water on May 20 of last year, the next morning he had spiked a very high temperature, and it became a pretty precarious illness. “He was sent to Alamo Pintado (Equine Medical Center in Los Olivos) for two months with bacteria that had walled off in his lung, and it was touch and go.“I don’t know how he’ll come back. He’s been training well, so we’ll just have to see.”If Smokey Image bounces back as well as Bolo, the Thor’s Echo, one of the lucrative Golden State Series events, could be as good as over.It was Gaines who saddled Bolo to a front-running victory at odds of nearly 33-1 in the Grade I Shoemaker Mile on Memorial Day. The seven-year-old son of Temple City was coming off a solitary prep on April 28 following an absence of nearly two years.“They have to have that desire,” Gaines said, electing to put personal credit on a back burner. “That’s all I’m saying. I’m not sure it’s there with Smokey Image, and I wasn’t sure it was there with Bolo until I ran him in his first start back.“After that race, I knew his attitude as a race horse was still there. For Smokey, it will be a test, and I hope we pass the test.”SINGLE TICKET RAINBOW PICK SIX JACKPOT AT $1,104,202And the beat goes on.For the 28th consecutive racing day, Santa Anita’s popular 20 cent Single Ticket Rainbow Pick Six Jackpot remained untouchable on Saturday, resulting in a massive Jackpot carryover of $1,104,202 into Sunday.With $240,135 in “new” money wagered contributing to a total Jackpot pool Saturday of $1,289,357, there were 94 consolation tickets with six wins, each worth $1,372.Approximate post time for today’s fourth race which begins the Rainbow Six is 2:31 p.m.TRAINER LOU BRADVICA DIES AT THE AGE OF 91The racing community today mourns the passing of trainer Louis Bradvica who died at his home in Riverside Tuesday at the age of 91.“Lou was a farmer at heart, and while he loved all plants and animals, he loved the horse the most,” said his nephew, George Bradvica. “It didn’t matter what breed, but his love for the horse was unbridled.“He was my surrogate Dad and gave me experiences that I’ll never forget, including the knowledge and nurturing of horses that propelled me into the horse racing industry for a career and a lifetime.“I would not be into the horse racing industry without my Uncle Lou and his love for the horse. We bought our first one as partners in 1960–a Shetland pony–for $357. I helped pay for it with money from my first communion.”Services will be Friday, June 28, at Habanero Mexican Grill, 2472 University Ave. in Riverside from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The restaurant’s phone number is 951-224-9145. 11 5 18 2nd 15% 6 $214,707 (Current from April 12 through Saturday, June 8) 5 20 25% 25% Jerry Hollendorfer46 7 5 59% 17% 15% 5 52% $212,105 6 $386,722 Bob Baffert28 17 55% ITM% $261,562last_img read more