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Estime misses FanFest, rehabs sprained ankle during scrimmage

first_imgSophomore H-back Brisly Estime was not at Syracuse FanFest on Saturday afternoon due to a sprained ankle, SU head coach Scott Shafer announced after the intra-squad scrimmage.Shafer said that Estime sprained his ankle while blocking at practice on Thursday, and was inside Manley Field House rehabbing while his teammates played in front of fans for the first time. Shafer added that the team is going take it “nice and easy” with Estime’s recovery. In his absence, sophomore Sean Avant saw a lot of action in spots usually occupied by Estime.Sloan, Crume, Arciniega not in pads for scrimmageDefensive tackles Eric Crume and Ryan Sloan and linebacker Luke Arciniega did not participate in the scrimmage, although the three were on the sidelines.Shafer said Friday that Sloan is having issues with his arm and Crume has been working back from an offseason knee procedure. Neither one took part in defensive line drills for the 25 minutes of practice that the media saw on Friday, and were running and backpedaling with resistance from trainers.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLinebackers coach Clark Lea said on Thursday that Arciniega is working back to full strength but just isn’t “quite there.”As a whole, Shafer said that none of the injuries are serious and told everyone to knock on wood before knocking on his own head. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on August 9, 2014 at 6:04 pm Contact Jesse: jcdoug01@syr.edu | @dougherty_jesselast_img read more

Women’s hockey: No. 1 Badgers suffer first loss of season to Minnesota-Duluth

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team experienced their first loss this weekend against the University of Minnesota-Duluth — a dismal start to the weekend.Wisconsin (12-1-1-0, 10-1-1-0 WCHA) ended an eight-game winning streak Friday night against the Bulldogs (8-3-3, 7-3-2 WCHA), who defeated the Badgers 4-1. The match highlighted key areas that the Badgers need to fix in their play, especially with their special teams.Friday began what was an especially challenging weekend for one Badger, Nikki Cece. Cece, a freshman goaltender, took the spot of Wisconsin’s usual netminder, Ann-Renée Desbiens, this weekend, against the No. 3 ranked Bulldogs.Women’s hockey: No. 1 Badgers face toughest test to-date with No. 3 Minnesota-DuluthAfter a much-needed weekend off to relax and recover from an intense month of competition, the University of Wisconsin women’s Read…Even though they fell to a challenging team Friday night, Wisconsin head coach Mark Johnson knows that the challenge of having a freshman in net and realizes that mistakes will be made early on. Johnson told UW Athletics that this loss did not mean that the team was performing poorly, but that they needed to make sure that some minor issues were fine-tuned as soon as possible.“Overall, we didn’t play poorly,” Johnson said. “We’ve just got to figure out how to get the puck to the net Saturday. That’s the big thing because the first period was good as we had a lot of scoring opportunities and their goaltender met the challenge. We had almost 50 shots in the game and had one crazy deflection go in for us, but we need more of that.”Once Cece and the rest of the Badger team got their footing Saturday night, they began to resemble the same team fans saw two weeks prior. More shots were successfully finding the back of the net and Wisconsin’s top line was proving to be a dominant force.One of the primary keys to the top line’s success was junior Annie Pankowski, who managed to record a natural hat trick Saturday. Pankowski, who had yet to previously score a single goal this season before this weekend’s contest, helped the Badgers shut the Bulldogs out Saturday night. This natural hat trick would be the first in Wisconsin history since Brooke Ammerman’s in 2012.With Pankowski and the rest of her linemates leading the way, and Cece now feeling more confident in her goaltending abilities, the Badgers reciprocated the Bulldogs’ Friday night performance, ending the game with a 4-1 victory.The Badgers come home Friday and Saturday to face Clarkson University. Fans should note that Saturday’s game has been changed to 8 p.m. to accommodate the Wisconsin football game at 2:30 p.m.last_img read more