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Syracuse commit McCullough to attend IMG Academy after dismissal from Brewster

first_imgSyracuse commit Chris McCullough will attend IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.Nearly a month after his expulsion from Brewster (N.H.) Academy on Nov. 11, the five-star forward will attend IMG, which places a strong emphasis on developing young athletes. McCullough, the third-ranked power forward in the Class of 2014 according to Scout, signed his National Letter of Intent to play for SU on Nov. 14.The reasons for his dismissal from Brewster have not been disclosed but around 9 a.m. on Monday morning Brewster head coach Jason Smith tweeted this:Best of luck to Brewster graduate @_CM5 at #IMG during his postgraduate year!— Jason Smith (@BrewsterHoops) December 9, 2013AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMcCullough thanked Smith in a corresponding tweet, confirming his move to the prep school.Smith said in an email that McCullough, who graduated from Brewster last spring and was there for a post-graduate year this fall, most likely came to the decision with his family and the SU coaching staff.Smith is also confident that McCullough will work hard and ready himself for college on and off the court.“I’m sure he will be working hard both academically, as well as athletically,” Smith said in the email, “so when he arrives on campus this summer at SU he will be ready to contribute immediately.”The 6-foot-10 210-pounder from the Bronx, N.Y., has found a new home, and The Post-Standard reported that McCullough practiced with IMG yesterday and is enrolling in the school on Monday.McCullough posted an Instagram video himself dunking at IMG Monday night. Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 9, 2013 at 11:27 am Contact Jesse: jcdoug01@syr.edu | @dougherty_jessecenter_img Commentslast_img read more

USWNT sets packed 10-game 2019 schedule leading up to Women’s World Cup

first_imgThe series starts Jan. 19 and ends May 26 as the USWNT will play two games abroad to start the year and then eight domestic matches before departing for the World Cup, which starts June 7. “This schedule checks a lot of important boxes in our preparation for the World Cup. We’ll get to experience a variety of teams in regard to their strengths and styles of play and almost all of them will be in their World Cup preparation as well,” coach Jill Ellis said in a statement.”We are playing tough games in Europe, which is vitally important, and also get to play in front of our home fans at venues all across the USA. It will go fast, but these games will be a major factor in pushing us to be at our peak once we arrive in France next summer.” The U.S. Women’s National Team is gearing up for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in a big way. U.S. Soccer revealed Thursday a 10-game schedule that will put the USWNT up against tough competition in the months leading up to the tournament in France. As Ellis noted, the team is taking its preparation seriously as five of the 10 teams the U.S. will face are ranked in the top 10 in the world. With matchups against England (No. 3 in the world rankings), France (4), Australia (6), Japan (7) and Brazil (8), competition will be tough to help prepare the team for France.Once the road to France is over, the USWNT will face the challenge of defending its World Cup title. The U.S. women enter 2019 on a 28-match unbeaten run (25-0-3) and went undefeated in their 20 games during 2018. DateOpponentKickoffVenue; LocationJan. 19France2:30 p.m. ETStade Océane; Le Havre, FranceJan. 22Spain2:30 p.m. ETEstadio José Rico Perez; Alicante, SpainFeb. 27Japan7 p.m. ETTalen Energy Stadium; Chester, Pa.March 2England3:30 p.m. CTNissan Stadium; NashvilleMarch 5Brazil8 p.m. ETRaymond James Stadium; TampaApril 4 Australia7 p.m. MTDick’s Sporting Goods Park; DenverApril 7Belgium6 p.m. PTBanc of California Stadium; Los AngelesMay 12South Africa  1:30 p.m. PTLevi’s Stadium; Santa Clara, Calif.May 16TBA*   7 p.m. CTBusch Stadium; St. LouisMay 26Mexico Noon ETRed Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.* Based on Women’s World Cup drawlast_img read more