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Daily Recap – August 3, 2022


Betsy Harris has been named the new head women’s basketball coach for East Central Community College in her native Decatur, Mississippi. Harris, a member of Alabama’s 1994 Final Four team, has spent the last 8 seasons as head coach of Florida Southern College, where she led the team to 6 straight NCAA DII Tournament appearances.

David Robertson picked up his first-ever save for Philadelphia, over three years after his last appearance with the team. The Philadelphia Inquirer looks at Robertson’s journey in between his two stints with the Phillies.

Anfernee Jennings, who had to sit out all last season on Injured Reserve, is having a solid training camp thus far, and counts his blessings every day that he’s on the field.

Jalyn Armour-Davis, who got married at 19, bring a refreshingly mature attitude to training camp.

Christian Barmore is making big strides in his second camp, and is showing a blunt-but-warranted confidence. He also can’t remember the last time he was physically overmatched..

Media Appearances

Links to training camp press conferences from today:

Jalen Hurts sat down with Eagles Insider for a 1-on-1 interview.

Mack Wilson was interviewed by NFL Network after practice today.

Mark Ingram was mic’d up at a practice this week.

Scenes and Highlights


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Game Results


ATP Lexington Challenger, Doubles Rd of 16:
2-seed Saketh Myneni / Y Bhambri defeated Hurrion / Mercer 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-6).


Commonwealth Games
Men’s 800m Prelims
Alex Amankwa – 1:48.26, 3rd in heat, 6th overall; advances to finals.

Commonwealth Games
Women’s 100m Semifinals:
Remona Burchell – 11.48 seconds, 4th in heat, 17th overall.


Philadelphia 3, Atlanta 1.
David Robertson (S, 15) – 1 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 2 K.

Richmond 3, New Hampshire 2.
Brett Auerbach (3B) – 1-3, 1 HR, 1 BB, 2 RBI, 1 SB, 1 run.

Northwest Arkansas 6, Tulsa 4.
Tyler Gentry (DH) – 2-4, 1 HR, 1 single, 1 BB, 3 RBI, 1 run.

Wisconsin 8, Quad Cities 6.
Peyton Wilson (CF) – 4-4, 1 double, 3 singles, 1 BB, 2 runs; 1 error.


FIBA South America Women’s Championship
Brazil 100, Chile 37.
Alana Gonçalo da Silva – 17 minutes, 5 points (0-2 2pg, 1-5 3pg, 2-2 FT), 1 rebound, 4 assists, 1 turnover, 3 fouls, +44.

New York 64, Los Angeles 61.
Jasmine Walker – 9 minutes, 3 points (0-1 2pg, 1-3 3pg), 4 rebounds, 1 turnover, 2 fouls, +4.


Western Amateur Stroke Play Rd 2:
Jonathan Griz – 72-73, +3, cut
Canon Claycomb – 74-77, +9, cut

Illinois Open final
Charlie Nikitas – 76-72-73, +5, T23

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