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Daily Recap – July 29, 2022

News

Rhyan White and Kensey McMahon both added to their medal counts at the USA Swimming National Championships. White won gold in the Women’s 100m Backstroke (she took the silver in the 200m Back earlier in the week). McMahon picked up her second bronze of the competition, finishing third in the Womens’ 400m Freestyle (she was also 3rd in the 800m Free this week).

Lee Hodges continued his strong play at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, posting a second 66. He’s solo third at -12, three strokes back.

Jake Walters needed just 63 pitches to get through 6 innings for his longest outing of the season. Walters gave up just 3 hits and 2 walks in pitching a combined shutout for Jupiter.

Alana Gonçalo Da Silva has been named to the Brazilian team for the upcoming South American Basketball Championship, which gets underway on Monday.

David Robertson planned for a possible mid-season trade this year by negotiating a $100,000 relocation bonus into his contract.

Kolby Robinson has been hired as assistant baseball coach at Northwest Shoals Community College.

Jim Callis of MLB Pipeline reports that Dylan Ray received full slot signing bonus of $565,800 from the Diamondbacks. Ray signed his professional contract yesterday.

Damien Harris looks forward to taking on a more vocal role with the New England Patriots this season.

The New York Giants are experimenting in camp with having Xavier McKinney call plays on defense.

After a year in Japan, Justin Knox will return to the Korean Basketball League for the 2022-23 season, signing with Mobis Phoebus.

Media Appearances

Links to training camp press conferences from today:

The NFL Network had on-site coverage from Miami Dolphins’ camp today. Tua Tagovialoa and Jaylen Waddle were among the players interviewed during live segments.

The NFL Network was also at Baltimore Ravens’ camp, where Jalyn Armour-Davis was among those interviewed.

Scenes and Highlights

Transactions

  • Christopher Allen – passed physical and was removed from the Active / Non-Football Injury List.
  • Dylan Smith – assigned to the Lakeland Flying Tigers (Florida State League) on a rehab assignment.
  • Justin Knox – signed with Mobis Phoebus of the Korean Basketball League for the 2022-23 season.

Game Results

GOLF

Women’s Scottish Open Rd 2:
Cheyenne Knight – 69-68, -7, T16
Lauren Stephenson – 70-72, -2, T55
Stephanie Meadow – 72-71, -1, T68
Emma Talley – 69-76, +1, cut

Irish Challenge Rd 2:
Gavin Moynihan – 72-75, +3, cut

US Junior Amateur, Match Play Quarterfinals:
Nick Dunlap defeated Luke Clanton in 19 holes. 

US Junior Amateur, Match Play Semifinals:
Nick Dunlap lost to Caleb Surratt 4 & 3.

Rocket Mortgage Classic Rd 2:
Lee Hodges – 66-66, -12, 3rd
Michael Thompson – 66-71, -7, T21
Trey Mullinax – 71-70, -3, T59
Davis Riley – 71-73, E, cut

Sotheby’s Ontario Open Rd 2:
Jonathan Hardee – 74-70, +2, cut. 
Davis Shore – 74-72, +4, cut
Steven Setterstrom – 74-78, +10, cut

Firekeepers Casino Hotel Championship Rd 1:
Kristen Gillman – 69, -3, T7
Polly Mack – 69, -3, T7
Jiwon Jeon – 70, -2, T22
Lakareber Abe – 73, +1, T70
Kenzie Wright – 76, +4, T110


SWIMMING

Phillips 66 National Championships
Women’s 400m Freestyle Prelims:
Kensey McMahon – 4:09.39, 2nd; advances to A Final.

Phillips 66 National Championships
Women’s 100m Breaststroke Prelims:
Cat Wright – 1:10.50, 24th; makes C Final cut.

Phillips 66 National Championships
Men’s 100m Breaststroke Prelims:
Trey Sheils – 1:03.35, 50th 

Phillips 66 National Championships
Women’s 100m Backstroke Prelims:
Rhyan White – 59.73 seconds, 2nd; advances to A Final.
Morgan Scott – 1:01.53, 14th; advances to B Final.
Cora Dupre – DNS

Phillips 66 National Championships
Men’s 100m Backstroke Prelims:
Eric Stelmar – 55.95 seconds, 28th
Jake Marcum – 56.31 seconds, 33rd 
Mateo Miceli – 58.31 seconds, 66th 

Phillips 66 National Championships
Women’s 400m Freestyle A Final:
Kensey McMahon – 4:08.57, 2nd; 3rd.

Phillips 66 National Championships
Women’s 100m Backstroke A Final:
Rhyan White – 58.91 seconds, 1st 

Phillips 66 National Championships
Women’s 100m Backstroke B Final:
Morgan Scott – 1:00.48, 1st 


WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL

Commonwealth Games
Women’s 3x3 Wheelchair Basketball
England 20, Kenya 1.
Joy Haizelden – 10 minutes, 6 points (6-11 1pg, 0-1 FT), 7 rebounds.

Commonwealth Games
Women’s 3x3 Wheelchair Basketball
Australia 12, Scotland 5.
Georgia Inglis – 10 minutes, 4 points (4-9 1pg).
Jude Hamer – 10 minutes, 5 points (5-11 1pg), 3 rebounds.

Commonwealth Games
Men’s 3x3 Wheelchair Basketball
Australia 13, Canada 11.
Bo Hedges – 10 minutes, 3 points (3-3 1pg, 0-1 FT), 2 rebounds.


SOFTBALL

Athletes Unlimited
Team Eberle 4, Team Chidester 3.
Haylie McCleney – 2-4, 1 single, 1 double; 50 points.
Sydney Littlejohn Watkins – DNP; 20 points.


BASKETBALL

The Basketball Tournament
Blue Collar U 74, Heartfire 66.
Tevin Mack – 15 minutes, 15 points (6-8 2pg, 1-3 3pg), 2 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 turnover, +4.


FOOTBALL

IFL Eastern Conference finals:
Quad City 48, Frisco 41. 
Blake Sims – 1 rush, 4 yds.


BASEBALL

Jupiter 6, Daytona Beach 0.
Jake Walters (W, 2-0) – 6 IP, 0 R, 3 H, 2 BB, 3 K, 2 HBP, 1 error. 

Richmond 8, Somerset 1.
Brett Auerbach (2B) – 1-3, 1 single, 1 SF, 2 RBI.

Lakeland 7, Bradenton 4.
Dylan Smith (ND) – 2 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 0 BB, 2 K.

Mississippi 3, Pensacola 2.
Cobie Fletcher-Vance (3B) – 1-4, 1 single.

Northwest Arkansas 3, Wichita 2.
Tyler Gentry (RF) – 0-5.

Beloit 6, Quad Cities 3.
Peyton Wilson (CF) – 2-4, 1 HR, 1 single, 2 RBI, 1 run.
Morgan McCullough (SS) – 0-3, 1 BB.

Chicago Cubs 4, San Francisco 2.
David Robertson – 1 IP, 2 R, 3 H, 0 BB, 1 K, 1 HR allowed.


SOCCER

Portland 2, Louisville 1. 
Nealy Martin – DNP.










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