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John Miceli

I've seen how deeply sports can impact people, and I would love to share in that passion and commitment in any way I could as a career. I like all sports, but I love soccer and basketball. @johnmiceli13

Kadarius Toney to Don No. 1 Jersey

“You’ve got to be a baller to be No. 1,” coach Dan Mullen said in the spring of 2018 when asked about its availability. Now, it seems Kadarius Toney is ready to ball. https://twitter.com/0fficialC2N/status/1152665694783397893 Toney was awarded the No. 1 jersey on offense, while junior cornerback CJ Henderson will wear …

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Former Gator Swimmer Caeleb Dressel Beats A Michael Phelps’ Record

At just 22-years-old, Caeleb Dressel can say that he’s beaten Michael Phelps. Dressel Dominates The World Swimming Championships wrapped up Sunday in South Korea. The event is the second most prominent swim meet on the planet, behind the Olympics. Dressel won eight medals at the competition. He claimed six golds, …

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The Stats Behind the MLB Hall of Fame 2019 Class

A crowd of 55,000 faithful baseball fans gathered on Sunday to see and hear the newest members of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. This was the second-largest ever recorded for the ceremony in Cooperstown. This record breaking crowd witnessed the enshrinement of some of the game’s greatest. Mike …

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United States Women’s Soccer Team Savor World Cup Victory

The United States women’s national soccer team is still celebrating its 2-0 win over the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday to successfully retain the Women’s World Cup title, and they set many records along the way. Dominant Individual Performances The squad that conquered France is arguably the best U.S. national team …

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USA Defeats Spain in Unconvincing Fashion to Advance in World Cup

The USWNT beat Spain 2-1 thanks to two Megan Rapinoe penalty kicks to advance to the quarter-finals of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Monday. World Cup Title Defense Continues The US is advancing to the quarter-finals of the World Cup for the eighth consecutive time, dating back to …

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USWNT Faces Spain in Round of 16

The United States Women’s National Team continue to defend their title in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. After three games without conceding a single goal, they’ll clash with Spain in the knockout round on Monday. The American Dream After winning the tournament in 2015, the No. 1-ranked United States came …

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Tanaka propels Yankees to victory over Rays

The New York Yankees defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 3-0 on Monday night in the first game of a three-game series in Yankee Stadium. Tanaka shines in shutout Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka threw a gem. He allowed two hits and walked one while striking out 10 Rays over nine shutout …

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