McKinley Crone was signed by the Orlando Pride today as a national team replacement player, which is a roster spot created by a team member called up for a national team assignment. Crone will be in uniform for the Pride’s game tomorrow. Crone participated in the Pride’s training camp as a tryout player this past offseason.
Kensey McMahon shaved almost three seconds off her long course personal best in the Women’s 800m Freestyle at the Phillips 66 National Championships in Indianapolis today. McMahon finished 6th in the event.
The Houston Texans have actually had to tell Will Anderson to slow things down in early practices.
Jalen Hurts is getting an equity stake in the performance energy drink company A Shoc Beverage, and has signed a multi-year deal to promote its Accelerator brand. A Shoc is backed by Keurig Dr. Pepper Inc.
Jalen Hurts was interviewed on the AP Pro Football Podcast.
- McKinley Crone – signed by the Orlando Pride as a national team replacement player.
TENNIS ITF Netanya 25K, Singles Qualifying Rd 1 Yair Sarouk lost to Emile Hudd 6-1, 4-6, 1-0 (10-5). ITF Netanya 25K, Doubles Rd of 16 Yair Sarouk / J Hasson lost to 3-seed Hilderbrand / Schachter 6-2, 4-6, 1-0 (10-6). ITF Celje 15K, Singles Qualifying Rd 2 Filip Planinsek defeated Jakub Kroslak 6-3, 6-3. SWIMMING Phillips 66 National Championships Women’s 100m Freestyle Prelims Morgan Scott – 55.95 seconds, 42nd Phillips 66 National Championships Women’s 800m Freestyle Kensey McMahon – 8:25.97, 6th (LC PB) Central American and Caribbean Games Men’s 50m Butterfly B Final Zarek Wilson – 25.21 seconds, 3rd in heat GOLF North and South Men’s Amateur Championship, Stroke Play Rd 1: Jonathan Griz – 66, -4, T4 Nick Dunlap – 67, -3, T11 Canon Claycomb – 71, +1, T43 BASEBALL York 7, Staten Island 0 (Gm 2, F/7). Will Carter – 1 IP, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 1 K.