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Daily Recap – August 7, 2022


Jereem Richards ran the anchor leg on Trinidad & Tobago’s Men’s 4×400 Meter Relay to lead the country to first place at the Commonwealth Games. It was Richards’ second gold medal in as many days. Earlier in the day, the Games honored Richards’ request to have the Trinidad & Tobago national anthem played with the steelpan at his Men’s 200 Meter medal ceremony.

Natassha McDonald and the Canadian Women’s 4x400m Relay team was awarded a gold medal after their Commonwealth Games race when race winner England was disqualified for a lane violation.

The Commonwealth Games concluded today with the following former Alabama athletes earning medals:

  • Jereem Richards – 2 gold (Men’s 200 Meter, Men’s 4×400 Meter Relay)
  • Natassha McDonald – gold (Women’s 4×400 Meter Relay)
  • Georgia Inglis – silver (Women’s 3×3 Wheelchair Basketball)
  • Bo Hedges – silver (Men’s 3×3 Wheelchair Basketball)
  • Remona Burchell – bronze (Women’s 4×100 Meter Relay)
  • Joy Haizelden – bronze (Women’s 3×3 Wheelchair Basketball)

Haylie McCleney was 2-for-2 with 2 walks today to extend her on-base streak to 9 consecutive plate appearances over the past two games. McCleney moves up to second place in the Athletes Unlimited softball standings after two weeks, and she’ll serve as a captain for Week 3 competition.

Brett Auerbach capped off his week with a 4-for-6 day with a home run, three doubles, and 6 RBIs in Richmond’s 19-run outburst today. Auerbach’s 6 RBIs is a season-high, and matches a career high. Three doubles are also a career high. Auerbach now has 3 4-hit games in his minor league career, and two of this came this week.

With her solo third place finish at the French Lick Charity Classic today, Polly Mack picked up her first Top 5 finish on the Epson Tour in just her 4th career start. Mack also had a Top 5 finish on the Ladies European Tour earlier this summer.

Annika Zeyen completed the sweep of gold medals at the UCI Para-Cycling World Cup in Quebec City, Canada this weekend. Zeyen, who competes in the Handbike 3 classification, won both the timed trial and the road race competitions.

The PGA Tour regular season came to a close today, with Justin Thomas (8th), Davis Riley (23rd), Trey Mullinax (70th), Lee Hodges (99th), and Michael Thompson (103rd) all advancing to the FedEx Cup playoffs. Additionally, Riley, Hodges, and Thompson officially locked in 2022-23 year exemptions with their Top 125 finishes (Thomas and Mullinax had already secured multi-year exemptions with Tour wins this season).

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Game Results


Commonwealth Games
Womenโ€™s 4x100m Relay final:
Jamaica โ€“ 43.08 seconds, 3rd
Remona Burchell โ€“ ran 3rd leg of relay

Commonwealth Games
Womenโ€™s 4x100m Relay final:
Trinidad & Tobago โ€“ 43.86 seconds, 6th
Mauricia Prieto โ€“ ran 3rd leg of relay

Commonwealth Games
Menโ€™s 800m final:
Alex Amankwa โ€“ 1:48.95, 7th

Commonwealth Games
Womenโ€™s Long Jump final:
Filippa Fotopoulou โ€“ 6.47 meters, 8th 

Commonwealth Games
Menโ€™s 4x400m Relay final:
Trinidad & Tobago โ€“ 3:01.29, 1st
Jereem Richards โ€“ ran anchor leg of relay

Commonwealth Games
Womenโ€™s 4x400m Relay final:
Canada โ€“ 3:25.84, 1st
Natassha McDonald โ€“ ran 1st leg of relay

Commonwealth Games
Womenโ€™s 4x400m Relay final:
Nigeria โ€“ 3:33.13, 6th
Amarachukwu Obi โ€“ ran 1st leg of relay


Wyndham Championship Rd 3 completed:
Davis Riley โ€“ 67-66-68, -9, T7
Lee Hodges โ€“ 66-71-70, -3, T56

Wyndham Championship final:
Davis Riley โ€“ 67-66-68-69, -10, T13
Lee Hodges โ€“ 66-71-70-67, -6, T47

French Lick Charity Classic Rd 3 completed.
Polly Mack โ€“ 74-74-67, -1, T9
Jiwon Jeon โ€“ 71-74-73, +2, T24
Lakareber Abe โ€“ 74-73-73, +4, T34
Kristen Gillman โ€“ 72-76-75, +7, T51

French Lick Charity Classic final:
Polly Mack โ€“ 74-74-67-68, -5, 3rd
Jiwon Jeon โ€“ 71-74-73-76, +6, T33
Kristen Gillman โ€“ 72-76-75-73, +8, T43
Lakareber Abe โ€“ 74-73-73-78, +10, T48

AIG Womenโ€™s British Open final:
Cheyenne Knight โ€“ 75-70-67--75, +3, T37

Alabama State Senior Match Play Championship final:
Steve Hudson defeated Claud Cooper in 12 holes (match conceded).

Alabama State Match Play Championship final:
Jack Goldasich defeated Austin Sparks 2 & 1.

Quebec Open final:
Davis Shore โ€“ 68-71-72-68, -9, T13

Shaw Charity Classic final:
Dicky Pride โ€“ 72-74-67, +3, 54th
Spike McRoy โ€“ 75-74-69, +8, T66


Athletes Unlimited 
Team Mulipola 13, Team Harshman 8.
Haylie McCleney (MULI) โ€“ 2-2, 1 double, 1 single, 2 RBI, 4 runs; 136 points.
Sydney Littlejohn Watkins (MULI) โ€“ 2 IP, 2 R, 4 H, 1 BB, 0 K; 94 points.


Los Angeles 79, Washington 76.
Jasmine Walker โ€“ 15 minutes, 3 points (0-2 2pg, 1-3 3pg), 2 rebounds, 1 foul, +8.


Richmond 19, New Hampshire 1.
Brett Auerbach (C) โ€“ 4-6, 1 HR, 3 doubles, 6 RBI, 3 runs.

Philadelphia 13, Washington 1.
David Robertson โ€“ 1 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 1 BB, 1 K.

Quad Cities 7, Wisconsin 5.
Peyton Wilson (CF) โ€“ 0-3, 1 BB, 1 SB, 1 run.

Chicago White Sox 8, Texas 2.
Matt Foster โ€“ 1 IP, 0 R, 1 H, 0 BB, 0 K.

Northwest Arkansas 8, Tulsa 1.
Morgan McCullough โ€“ 1-3, 1 double, 1 BB, 1 run.

Montgomery 7, Pensacola 6.
Cobie Fletcher-Vance (3B) โ€“ 0-3, 2 BB.

Fresno 8, San Jose 4.
Tyler Ras โ€“ 0.1 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 0 K.


Orlando 2, Angel City 2.
Celia Jimรฉnez Delgado โ€“ no stats; subbed out at 76โ€™.

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