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The University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team will come back to LaBahn Arena this week, still unbeaten and still the No. 1 ranked team in the country.The Badgers (9-0-1, 7-0-1 WCHA) continued their impressive five week winning streak against Minnesota State University-Mankato this weekend, topping the Mavericks 3-0 Friday and 3-1 Saturday. Wisconsin managed to top off Mankato, even with heavily modified lines due to the absence of two key players.UW was without key forwards Annie Pankowski and Samantha Cogan this weekend. Pankowski, who is also expected to miss the Badgers next game against Bemidji State University, is currently competing with Team USA in the Four Nations Cup.Even with their first and third lines severely modified, the Badgers still managed to sweep Mankato over two nights of intense play. The Badgers and their star goaltender Ann-Renée Desbiens held the Mavericks off through six intense periods, clinching their third weekend sweep this month.UW has been successful for this long this season due to the emergence of dominant scorers in their last few matchups. Their matchup against Ohio State University saw junior Emily Clark emerge and clinch a win in crunch time. Senior Sarah Nurse stepped up and made an impressive five goals against the then-No. 7 University of North Dakota to help the Badgers defeat top ten foe.Women’s hockey: No. 1 Badgers record first sweep over No. 9 North Dakota since 2010The No. 1 University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team swept the No. 9 University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks in Read…This weekend, junior Baylee Wellhausen got her chance in the UW spotlight, when she helped the Badgers skate away from Mankato Saturday. The Badgers had been a point behind the Mavericks until senior Mellissa Channell helped to tie the game up 1-1.Wellhausen would then time two well-placed pucks into the Mavericks net during the second period, helping the Badgers hold down Mankato by a two-point deficit. This would be the safety net that the Badgers would need to win the game, and Wellhausen told UW Athletics that helping to solidify this win felt great.“It felt really good to get the win today,” Wellhausen said. “It was definitely a battle, I think that the team pulled together and pulled off the win and it feels more victorious when you have such a battle like that.”Even with such a modified roster, Wisconsin head coach Mark Johnson was proud of the effort that he saw from his team this weekend. With Pankowski’s absence continuing into next week’s matchup against Bemidji, Johnson knows their next home game is going to mark the end of a difficult, but successful, stretch of playing.“The kids played well and hard,” Johnson said. “We’re missing a few people this weekend but the kids got an opportunity and played extremely well. Now we’ve got an extra day of rest before the Saturday and Sunday series, and then a weekend off. We’re getting better which is the most important thing.”The Badgers come home to LaBahn Saturday to take on Bemidji. After almost a month on the road, they will play one last weekend before earning a much-deserved week off.
The city performs all of its graffiti services in-house and does not contract with outside companies. “Most of the residents are glad to see that we are offering this type of program and want to help the city,” Ornelas said. The public safety center serves as a community locale that aims to strengthen communication between residents and the Sheriff’s Department. So far, it has worked, said Lt. Coronne Jacob. “Because of its location, it has opened up communication between the sheriff’s deputies and the community,” she said. Officials said crime this summer has not been as bad as expected. “The summer for violent crime and major incidents – minus the one murder – has been pretty low,” Jacob said. “Violent crime has been pretty low, and gang violence has been nil.” A woman was killed in June outside of the Rosemead Inn, on Glendon Way. Other than some isolated incidents, Jacob said, most of the calls for service have been focused on quality-of-life issues, such as stray shopping carts or graffiti. To learn more about the Rosemead Public Safety Center, located at 3018 Charlotte Ave., or the Adopt-A-Wall program, call (626) 569-2272. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2477 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ROSEMEAD – Local law enforcement is depending more on volunteers and civilian officers to help reduce crime and graffiti in the city, officials said. This is one of several changes that have come since public safety director Don Anderson took charge of the Rosemead Public Safety Center. The $500,000 center on Charlotte Avenue opened a year ago. Five sheriff’s deputies, a sergeant and code enforcement representatives work out of the building. “Use of volunteers and eager young workers have freed up deputy resources,” Anderson said. Citizens have seen faster response times, less graffiti and more deputies, officials said. Councilwoman Polly Low said she noticed the difference, and some residents said graffiti has decreased significantly in Rosemead. Bill Ornelas, field services manager for the safety center, said they work with community members to clean graffiti and on Aug. 1 started an “Adopt-A-Wall” program. “We contact the residents, give them paint, a tray and a brush, and they paint over the graffiti,” Ornelas said. “All they have to do is sign up.” Ornelas said calls for graffiti have decreased significantly the past four months. In May, the center was receiving up to 40 calls a day asking for graffiti cleanup. Now, that number has been reduced to between three and four per day, Ornelas said.
australian opencareer.french openGrand Slam First Published: September 26, 2019, 11:31 AM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. One of the greatest tennis players of all times, Serena Williams is celebrating her 38th birthday on Thursday (September 26). The American athlete rose to prominence in the late 1990s winning her first Grand Slam at the US Open of 1999 aged just 17.Since then, there is no stop to her professional career. The 38-year-old mother of one has 23 Grand Slam titles to her name. She has been an evergreen force on the Women’s tour. Serena became World Number 1 for the first time in July 2002 and since then she has been ranked as the World Number 1 player eight times. This includes an all-time record of 186 consecutive weeks between February 2013 and September 2016.The tennis star recently revealed when she finally plans to retire. Speaking on a panel, Williams revealed that she expects to retire from the sport in 20 years.Here’s a look at 10 of her records and career-best moments:Serena Williams has won 72 career singles titles 23 doubles titles and two mixed doubles titles. Her wins include 39 Grand Slam title – 23 singles titles, 14 doubles titles and two mixed doubles titles.Notably, at the 1999 US Open, became the second African-American woman to win a Grand Slam title at 17 years old.Also, by winning the 2001 Australian Open doubles championship with Venus Williams, became the fifth pair to complete a career doubles Grand Slam and the only pair to win a career doubles Golden Slam.Furthermore, at the 2002 Roland Garros final, she became the first younger sister to defeat her oldersister in a Grand Slam singles tournament.The four-time Olympic gold medalist has won more than USD 92 million in career prize money, which is more than any other female athlete in the world right now.At the 2002 Roland Garros, she defeated her older sister Venus for the first time as a Grand Slam final victory and by winning the 2003 Australian Open, became the fifth woman to hold all four Grand Slam singles titles, simultaneously.Also, by winning the 2003 Wimbledon ladies’ title, Williams became just the fifth woman in the Open Era to win back-to-back Wimbledon crowns, joining the likes of Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, and Venus Williams. Since then, the feat has been accomplished 3 more times, once by Venus Williams and twice by Serena Williams.In 2015, she won her 6th Wimbledon title, becoming the only person in history, male or female, to win three of the four grand slams 6 times.Furthermore, she is the oldest player to hold all Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously (2014-2015)Finally, as of the 2017 Australian Open, she is the only player, male or female, to win 10+ grand slam singles titles in two separate decades (10 in the 2000s and 12 in the 2010s).