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Maddie Schmidt

Maddie Schmidt's goal is to become a college football reporter. Be sure to check out her sports blog, mygamedaygal.com.

Is this Michigan’s Year to Go Far?

Jim Harbaugh arrived in Ann Arbor nearly 4 years ago and ever since then the expectations have been high. The University of Michigan expects its football team to beat Ohio State, appear in Big Ten Championships, and make it to the College Football Playoffs. There is a certain standard for …

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Santa Fe College Volleyball Hosts Season Opener Against Lake Sumter-State

Here in Gainesville volleyball is underway. The Santa Fe College Saints will be taking on the Lake Sumter-State Lakehawks in their season opener tonight. It will be a battle between two top 20 teams to open the 2019 season. @SFsaintsvball tonight at 7 p.m. against Lake-Sumter State College. Come cheer …

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Toronto Wins Very First NBA Title

A back and forth series between the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors has finally come to a close and a new NBA Champion has been crowned. The Raptors beat the Warriors 114-110 last night in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals at Oracle Arena. Deciding Factors It wasn’t …

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Historic World Cup Performance by the US Women’s National Team

In search of their second consecutive World Cup trophy, the US Women’s National Team did not hold back yesterday. The Stars and Stripes routed Thailand in the largest victory ever in World Cup history. The game surpassed Germany’s 11-0 win over Argentina back in 2007. In a tournament that uses …

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Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals Forced

After the Blues controversial game 5 win, the Boston Bruins were facing elimination in the Stanley Cup Finals. They weren’t giving up. They were desperate for a win that would force a game 7. Period 1 Boston has found themselves playing from behind for the majority of the past two …

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NHL Stanley Cup Game 5: St Louis Takes 3-2 Series Lead Over Boston with Controversial Goal

The Stanley Cup Finals are slowly coming to a close. With one, maybe two games left in the series and both St. Louis and Boston are seeking wins. After the Blues controversial win last night in Game 5 at TD Garden, they currently lead the series 3-2. Although the Bruins …

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Former Gators Headed to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Part Deux

There has been at least one Florida Gator in each of the last six World Cups. This year there will be four. Three alumnae and one current player all made 2019 World Cup rosters. https://twitter.com/GatorsSoccer/status/1132339294209622016 Canada’s Gator Roster Rising junior Deanne Rose and Adriana Leon will each play for Canada’s …

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Raptors Steal Win From the Bucks in Crucial Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals

At the beginning of the series, the Milwaukee Bucks seemed to be the team with more depth. Yet, in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Toronto Raptors scored 35 bench points compared to the Bucks 15. This helped the Raptors take a 3-2 series lead over the Bucks …

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