Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 15, 2011 at 12:00 pm By the time Siena manufactured a goal in its set offense, the game was already out of reach. Danny Martinsen’s goal with 9:59 left in the fourth quarter only closed Syracuse’s lead to five.But it took all of 50 minutes for Siena to finally beat the Orange defense in six-on-six play. Their two previous goals came in unsettled, transition opportunities.And SU’s defenders gave the credit to their coaching staff after yet another dominant performance.‘We knew what they were going to do the whole time,’ sophomore Brian Megill said. ‘(Assistant coach Lelan Rogers) got us prepared. Their offenses, we knew down to a ‘T.”No. 1 SU’s defense was one step ahead of Siena (13-5) nearly all game as the Orange won its NCAA tournament opener 10-4 in the Carrier Dome Sunday. The Orange (15-1) forced 19 Siena turnovers and shut down the Saints’ playmakers to control its end of the field.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse advances to the quarterfinal round of the tournament to play Maryland Sunday at noon in Foxborough, Mass.‘Our coaches did a great job scouting them and preparing us all week — what their favorite offenses are, man-up, man-down’ senior defenseman John Lade said. ‘When it came game time, it felt like that. We’d done it so many times that it was a lot easier to maintain them.’Three Siena players entered the game with more than 40 points on the season. Junior attack Bryan Neufeld ranked seventh in the country with 65 points, Martinsen registered 52 and junior midfielder Chris Roth tallied 43.And in spite of that success throughout the year, the Orange defense shut that trio down, holding them to a combined one point in the game.‘We needed to stay with our package, and I think the guys did that,’ head coach John Desko said. ‘But we needed to know who (those three) were and make sure when we did slide, we tried to cover up on those guys in particular and let the other guys shoot from outside.’Megill covered Martinsen throughout and seemed to really disrupt the Siena attack. He poked the ball away from the sophomore attack twice early on, and he seemed flustered the rest of the game, committing five total turnovers.Roth faced a variety of SU defensive midfielders, including Joel White, Kevin Drew and Tim Harder, among others. The Saints’ midfielder took six shots, but most of them were from distance and failed to threaten Orange goaltender John Galloway.Neufeld came into the Dome with at least one point in 52 straight contests. But that streak came to an end as the junior registered one shot and was a non-factor with Lade blanketing him.‘He’s an All-American for a reason,’ Neufeld said of Lade. ‘He does a good job positioning. He always is aware of where I am. I couldn’t really sneak around on him. He does a great job.’Siena’s first goal came in transition off a Syracuse turnover late in the first quarter. The Saints’ second goal came off the opening faceoff in the second as defenseman Brendan Meehan scooped up the loose ball and scored in the unsettled situation.That was the only offensive success the Saints mustered against the Orange, in scattered and sloppy situations. Megill said Siena did change up its looks occasionally, but most of what it ran, SU had prepared for all week in practice.And Syracuse didn’t get beat by that set offense it was so prepared for until it was already up 8-2 with 10 minutes left in the game.‘They do a good job hedging on-ball,’ Neufeld said of the Orange defense. ‘They don’t really commit and slide. They’re a good team. They’re No. 1 in the country for a reason.’email@example.com
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BY EMMET RUSHE: Before we begin, my next session of classes kicks off next Monday the 15th.There are limited places available and if you would like to book a place, drop me a message through the link below.Over the last few weeks I have been giving you some hints and tips to help you to achieve your goals this year. They were easy to follow and had different options for success depending on your current situation and where you are in regards to your nutrition and your health.But, all of these things are useless unless you know one thing and that thing is your ‘Why?’.If you ask someone what they wanted in regards to their health or their weight, they will more than likely have an answer.The thing is, their answer can often be materialistic and have no real purpose. Yes it may be something that they ‘want,’ but unless they know why they actually want it, there will be no driving force to help them to achieve what they want.If you are confused, don’t worry, I am going to make it clear for you to understand.Situation 1;John wants to lose weight.He has decided that he would like to lose 2 stone.He joins a gym and starts to eat a bit healthier.After the first week he has 2lbs off and he isn’t overly impressed; all of that hard work and only 2lbs?Later, the next week, his mates ring and want John to head out the next weekend.John decides to go and makes a weekend of it.His diet and exercise goes out the window, but it’s only a weekend and he has been good all week.When John weighs himself on Monday, he is up 1lb.Unimpressed by last week’s weight loss and the fact that he is up 1lb this week, John gives up and goes back to his old ways.John set out a goal for himself and assumed that by starting to do a bit of exercise and eating a bit better he would get instant results.When things got a bit tough, John’s goal, his “why?”, wasn’t strong enough to keep him on track with what he wanted and he gave up.Situation 2;John is overweight.He goes to the doctor and is told that he has onset diabetes, high blood pressure and could end up with a heart condition.Shocked by the results, John joins the gym the following day and starts eating better in order to help with his weight.He has 2lbs off the first week and is happy to see the weight finally coming down.His friends are having a party the following weekend, but he is determined to succeed this time and he wants to have a better quality of life when he is older.You might be looking at this example and thinking that he has to lose the weight, his doctor told him to.But that isn’t the reason he is determined to succeed.John is determined to succeed because he knows what his ”why?” is.His “why?” is, he wants to improve his health. He doesn’t want to become diabetic and have a list of health problems when he gets older.John doesn’t want to die.Now this is an extreme case, and not everyone will have such a strong reason for them to achieve their goals.How then do we find our “why?” You have to ask yourself that very question.You have to find out what your actual “why?”is.Wanting to lose 2 stone is not your “why?”.Wanting to lose 2 stone because you haven’t had a relationship in over a year is a “why?”. Wanting to lose 2 stone because you want to be able to play with your kids is your “why?”.Wanting to lose 2 stone because you are no longer able to walk up the stairs to your top floor apartment is your “why?”.Your “why?”has to be stronger than all of the things that could crop up to steer you off course.The pain you currently feel for the situation you are in, has to be greater than the pain you will feel when you give up all of the things that are making you overweight or unhealthy.If this isn’t the case it will be very easy to lose track of what you want and why you really want it.So, what is your goal?Once you have established this, ask yourself why you want it.Ask it 5 times and delve deep to find your actual answer.Your actual “why?” will be what will drive you to achieve your goal.It will keep you on track no matter what situation or setback crops up.And remember that your “why?” is your “why?”It is a personal choice and you shouldn’t let anyone try and influence your choice becauseIt will lead to your success.#TrainSmartFor more information, contact me through the link below.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Fitness/120518884715118?ref=hl* Emmet is the owner and operator of Rushe FitnessEMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: WHAT IS YOUR WHY? was last modified: February 8th, 2016 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:emmet rushefitness column
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Chris Taylor and Yasiel Puig hit home runs in front of an announced crowd of 37,314 at Dodger Stadium. Taylor went 3 for 4 with a grand slam, Joc Pederson went 3 for 5, and three other Dodgers had two hits apiece.The Dodgers have won three in a row and eight of 10. Their last four victories have been by a combined final score of 43-10. It helps that the Dodgers have played only sub-.500 teams in that time – the Phillies, Giants, Padres and Pirates have all been struck with various shades of adversity in the season’s first month.At one point right-hander Jameson Taillon was scheduled to start Monday for the Pirates. Taillon, 25, has a 3.36 earned-run average 24 starts into a promising career. But he went on the disabled list Thursday with groin discomfort; Monday the team announced that Taillon was in Pittsburgh undergoing surgery for suspected testicular cancer.That opened the door for Trevor Williams, a 25-year-old relief pitcher, to make his second career start. It did not go well.Andrew Toles and Corey Seager began the game with nearly identical at-bats. Toles chopped a ball that dribbled parallel to the first-base chalk and never veered foul, a single. Seager chopped a ball a few feet fair that Williams failed to lob to first base in time, an error. With one out, Cody Bellinger walked to load the bases. Pederson drove a single to right field and Toles scored the Dodgers’ first run.Given a tremendous opportunity, Taylor continued to stake his claim as the Dodgers’ most surprising story of 2017. He saw three pitches from Williams – all sliders, all in the strike zone. Taylor tagged the third pitch to left-center field, his third home run of the season and his second career grand slam.A solo home run by Puig later in the inning gave the Dodgers a 6-0 lead.Counting a grand slam by Bellinger on Saturday – Sunday’s game was rained out – Taylor gave the Dodgers grand slams in consecutive games for the first time since September 2004.As the marine layer settled in over the stadium, the baseball stayed in the park. But the Dodgers were getting good pitches to hit and even better bounces, so it didn’t seem to matter.The Dodgers had runners on second and third base in the third inning when Yasmani Grandal hit a ball 84 feet down the first-base line in near-slow motion. Ordinarily a routine out, the Pirates’ infield was playing so shallow that first baseman Josh Bell couldn’t get to the ball in time. It bounced a few feet in front of the bag then veered foul for a two-run double.In the fourth inning, an RBI single by Turner and an RBI double by Pederson gave the Dodgers a 10-0 lead.In the seventh inning, Kiké Hernandez hit a grounder that bounced off the third-base bag, then up and over the head of third baseman Gift Ngoepe.Hernandez entered the game as a defensive replacement for Seager in the fifth inning. Seager was not hurt, but Roberts opted to rest his star shortstop for the final five innings of the blowout.Wood’s 11 strikeouts were a season high. In five starts this season he is 2-0 with three no-decisions and a 3.33 earned-run average. LOS ANGELES >> Dave Roberts did not tell Alex Wood until Sunday that he would be starting Monday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.Maybe Roberts should keep Wood in suspense more often.Wood didn’t allow a hit until the fourth inning of the Dodgers’ 12-1 win. He struck out 11 batters in five shutout innings and left with a 10-0 lead.• PHOTOS: Dodgers beat Pirates 12-1 at Dodger Stadium