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Dixie State Men’s Basketball Plays A Pair of Games At Salt Lake City

first_imgNovember 21, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Men’s Basketball Plays A Pair of Games At Salt Lake City Brad James Written by Tags: Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks/Dixie State men’s basketball/Lake Superior State Lakers FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSALT LAKE CITY-Dixie State men’s basketball (3-0), currently ranked No. 22 in the NCAA Division II Sports Information Directors Association poll, visits Salt Lake City to play Lake Superior State (1-2) Friday and Alaska-Fairbanks (1-3) Saturday at Westminster College.Each of these games are 5:30 pm tip-0ffs at Behnken Field House.The Trailblazers are also just a few votes short of the Top 25 in the NCAA Division II NABC Coaches poll this week.After the strong start to the season, Dixie State head coach Jon Judkins, in his 15th season at the helm, is 265-126 (.677) as the Trailblazers’ head coach. He is 245-114 (.682) in the program’s era as a Division II program.Overall, he is 549-254 (.684) as a collegiate head coach, which also includes time at Snow College (1992-2005).The Trailblazers score 82 points per game on the season, ranking them 93rd nationally in scoring offense.Junior forward-center Hunter Schofield (20 points, 8.3 rebounds per game) remains Dixie State’s statistical leader thus far. Schofield also shoots a team-best 56.1 percent from the field and leads the squad in blocked shots (2).Freshman forward Frank Staine (13.7 points, 3.7 rebounds per game) and sophomore forward Josh Newbold (11.7 points, 3.3 rebounds per game) bolster Dixie State’s strong front-court.Senior guard Jack Pagenkopf (11.3 points, 10.3 rebounds per game, has team leads in rebounds (31) assists (26) and steals (5) is perhaps the Trailblazers’ best overall all-around player.The Trailblazers are tied for 177th nationally in scoring defense (76 points per game) with Rogers State, Saginaw Valley, Pittsburgh-Johnstown, Queens (N.Y.) and Azusa Pacific.Lake Superior State is coached by Steve Hettinga who is 218-132 (.623) in his 13th season at the helm of the Lakers’ program. Hettinga is also the all-time winningest head coach in program history.Lake Superior State ranks 202nd nationally in scoring offense by posting 73.7 points per contest.Senior forward Ke’Montrece Collins (13.7 points, 5.3 rebounds per game) is the Lakers’ statistical leader on the season. Sophomore guard Justin Fischer (13.7 points, a team-best 2.7 assists and field goal percentage [58.3 percent]) has also been solid for Lake Superior State.Sophomore guard C.J. Robinson (13 points, a team-best 1.3 steals per game) is a complementary figure on the squad to Collins and Fischer.Defensively, the Lakers are tied for 105th nationally in scoring defense (71 points per game) with Southern Arkansas, Minnesota State, Southwest Minnesota State and Virginia State.Sophomore forward Ashton Sherrell leads the Lakers with 1.7 blocks per game.Friday’s game between Dixie State and Lake Superior State is the first meeting in these respective schools’ histories.Alaska-Fairbanks is coached by Greg Sparling who is 6-25 (.194) in his second season coaching the Nanooks.Alaska-Fairbanks scores 70.3 points per game, ranking them 243rd nationally in scoring offense.Junior guard Shadeed Shabazz (17.8 points, 4.8 rebounds per game, a team-best nine steals) leads the Nanooks.Junior guard Spencer Sweet (12.5 points, 3 rebounds per game) also scores in double figures for the Nanooks.Junior guard Jaqua Morrow has a team-best 11 assists and junior forward Michael Kluting (9 rebounds per game) is the Nanooks’ leader in rebounds. Sweet and Kluting have two blocks apiece to lead the squad in that category.Alaska-Fairbanks is tied for 270th nationally in scoring defense (86.8 points per game) with Concord.The Trailblazers and Nanooks have met one previous time with Dixie State prevailing in that game, 71-58 on November 27, 2015 at Billings, Mont.last_img read more

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George Clinton & Parliament Releases Wild Music Video For First New Song In 38 Years [Watch]

first_imgGeorge Clinton has revived his long-dormant funk outfit Parliament for the group’s first album in nearly four decades. Dubbed Medicaid Fraud Dog, the forthcoming record is a long-awaited follow up to the band’s 1980 LP, Trombipulation.The first taste of Medicaid Fraud Dog came recently with the release of the album’s debut single, “I’m Gon Make U Sick O’Me”. With its slow-burning funk groove, female background singers, hand-clapping beat, and a guest appearance by Geto Boys rapper Scarface, the song is a hodgepodge of sounds that harkens back to Parliament’s heyday while also embracing more modern musical styles. Today the song is matched with a new music video.The new video for “I’m Gon Make U Sick O’Me” features Scarface as Dr. Feel Good, who serves George Clinton prescription medicine to heal him from an illness in a psychedelic hospital setting. Watch “I’m Gon Make U Sick O’Me” below:George Clinton, who turns 77 in July, has more than 50 dates scheduled between now and Near Year’s, including shows in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. About a week and a half ago, the Parliament/Funkadelic frontman announced that he is going to retire from touring in May 2019. Head to his website for more information.last_img read more

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Browning cinema offers high-quality movie-going experience on campus

first_imgIn September 2004, the Browning Cinema opened on Notre Dame campus. Located in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, the Browning Cinema is a THX certified, 200-seat theater that offers a variety of programs and events.“It’s kind of like an arthouse cinema where we don’t really show large commercial-released films,” Kevin Krizmanich, the cinema production manager at Browning Cinema, said. “We do show newer, more independent films like indie films, classic films, cult-classic films, and then we do a lot of series and partnerships with different departments on campus and different groups from the South Bend community.”When attending the Browning, students can expect to see films that are highly renowned and often difficult to access at a typical, commercialized movie theater.Krizmanich said the Browning’s THX certification is very rare on a college campus and having a theater as high of a quality as the Browning on Notre Dame campus is a privilege.Films screened at the Browning Cinema are chosen with careful planning.“The cinema program director’s chief responsibility is to design film series and create partnerships on campus and in the community,” Krizmanich said.Because of the wide variety of resources Notre Dame offers, the Browning often partners with different departments and academics on campus to enrich the cinematic experience at the theater.Another way the Browning strives to enrich the educational experience of film is by frequently presenting short introductions to the audience before a film is screened.“When possible, an introduction really helps frame a film in a certain way,” Krizmanich said. “It takes it beyond the typical movie theater experience. It’s hard not to find somebody who can speak smartly about a film on campus.”The Browning Cinema offers a variety of film series and events, such as the Learning Beyond the Classics film series.“Basically they choose a theme and then choose six films,” said Krizmanich, “This current one we’re doing right now is on films about death row. They help invoke your feelings about the death penalty, and it gives a little historical context about the death penalty as well.”The Browning Cinema also offers National Theatre Live and Met Opera Live, which are live satellite streams of various theaters in London and the metropolitan opera in New York.“That’s a cool program where you get the best of the best in theater and opera live-streamed,” Krizmanich said. “Because of the quality of our theater, you’re getting the best experience around.”Screenings take place six days a week. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, films are shown between 7 & 8 p.m., while Friday screenings take place at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. On Saturday, there is usually an afternoon screening, along with another 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. screening later that day. The family film series takes place at noon on Sunday, and another film is shown at 3 p.m. on Sunday as well.Not only is the experience at the Browning of high quality, it’s also incredibly affordable for students. Often, students are able to receive free tickets or heavily discounted tickets for films sponsored by various departments across campus.While attending the Browning is often an educational experience, the entertainment value is immense as well, Krizmanich said.“Because we have the resources, we get to bring in directors and experts in the field of cinema and whatever the topic of the film is,” said Krizmanich. “That’s one of the fun things we get to do, and we get to give the community and the students a really cool, unique experience that you don’t get when you just go to a typical movie theater.”Tags: Browning Cinema, DPAC, Filmlast_img read more

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USC loses ninth straight game

first_imgWhatever chance the USC men’s basketball team had at notching its first Pac-12 win of the season Thursday against Colorado took a serious hit less than five minutes into the contest.Another one bites the dust · Sophomore guard Maurice Jones scored 13 points Thursday but shot 4-15 from the field. The Trojans have yet to win a conference game and will face Utah Saturday at home. – Daily Trojan file photoOn a drive to the basket, sophomore forward Dewayne Dedmon’s knee collided with an opposing defender, causing the 7-footer to fall to the floor in pain.Dedmon would not return to the court and was later diagnosed with a sprained knee, leaving USC (5-16, 0-8) with just six available scholarship players.With an alarming lack of depth, the Trojans were essentially hopeless against visiting Colorado (14-6, 6-2), which ran off 37 first-half points en route to a 74-50 victory in front of an announced crowd of 3,147 at the Galen Center.“All this injury stuff has caught up to us,” USC coach Kevin O’Neill said. “Without Dewayne in there, we’re just outmanned. We’re playing two walk-ons in our rotation. Every player on our team is playing more minutes than they can handle right now.”The Trojans, whose last win came on Dec. 19 against Texas Christian, were in a hole early, as the Buffaloes opened the game on a 7-0 run. Their first point didn’t come until Dedmon knocked down a free throw about three minutes into the opening half.USC shot just 33 percent from the field over the first 20 minutes of action, while Colorado put up a solid 12-of-24 shooting performance, including 4-for-8 from 3-point range, en route to an 11-point lead at the break.That lead would only balloon in the second half.“Colorado is a good basketball team,” O’Neill said. “They have vets. They have depth and they deserve to win.”Five players would finish with double-figure point totals for the Buffaloes.With Dedmon on the bench wearing a brace on his knee for the remainder of the game, the Trojans never got going on offense, as they registered 24 points over the course of the final 20 minutes. Collectively, they shot 32 percent from the field for the entire game.“Sometimes it goes your way, sometimes it doesn’t,” O’Neill said. “We don’t have a junior, senior class to anchor the team and we don’t have the kind of depth to sustain the kind of injuries we’ve had.”Most of the scoring that did occur derived largely from sophomore guard Maurice Jones and freshman Byron Wesley, who finished with 13 and 12 points, respectively. It marked the second consecutive game Wesley finished in double figures.“Byron’s going to be a really, really good player,” O’Neill said. “I don’t have any question about it. He’s playing the four spot and playing 40 minutes. He’s playing hard.”Unfortunately for Jones and Wesley, they don’t have much help left, as Dedmon became the latest player to be sidelined with an injury.“We just have to figure out how everybody can step up and do different things to help fill the void,” Dedmon said.Though the status of the sophomore forward, who is scheduled to undergo an MRI on Friday, is unknown, four players have already been sidelined with season-ending injuries in senior guard Jio Fontan, redshirt junior forward Aaron Fuller, sophomore forward Curtis Washington and redshirt sophomore forward Evan Smith.“We’re pinned,” O’Neill said. “There are no moves right now. There’s no quick fix. We’re adding a ton of players next year and have a ton of guys returning.”But there are still 10 games left in conference play this season, and on Saturday, the Trojans host Utah in what might prove to be their best chance to grab a win in conference play.The Utes (5-15, 2-6), who earlier in the season registered an eight-game losing streak of their own, have yet to win a game on the road this season and recently dismissed their leading scorer, senior guard Josh Watkins. Watkins had been averaging 15.6 points and 4.8 assists on the season.Tip-off at the Galen Center is set for 8 p.m. and will be televised on Fox Sports Prime Ticket.last_img read more

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COUNCILLOR DEMANDS WE GIVE THE ROAD TO ‘ABSOLUTE GLUT’ OF ROAD SIGNAGE

first_imgA Donegal county councillor has slammed the “absolute glut” of signage which has been erected on The N56 road.One of the “absolute glut” of road signs in Donegal.Cllr Seamus O Domhnaill said there are no less than 119 signs between Creeslough and Dunfanaghy.He says Donegal County Council must now take stock of the signs and reduce them if necessary. The signs include speed signs, directional signage and general distance signage but there are also now tourism related signage including Wild Atlantic Way signs as well as road number signage.Speaking earlier today Cllr.Ó Domhnaill said he very much welcomed the Wild Atlantic Way Initiative and the Tourism numbers which this will generate.But he stated “It does leave us in a situation whereby between Creeslough and Dunfanaghy there is approximately 119 posts carrying various signs erected by Donegal County Council or the NRA.“This amount of signage in my opinion is absolutely ludicrous and I firmly believe that with a little bit of foresight this number could be greatly reduced”. He added that this comes at a time when the Council are expending large amounts of money putting services such as electricity and telecoms underground yet they are erecting multiple amount of poles for signage throughout the County.Ó Domhnaill further commented that “I fully understand that there is a need for information signage. But when we see that the NRA and Board faílte carried out a review and erected new signage last year and we see a further €400,000 spent on Wild Atlantic Way signage this year, which leaves in a situation that between the villages of Gortahork & Dunfanaghy there are in excess of 130 signs erected by the State.“Surely this number could be reduced with a bit of joined up thinking”. Along with these signs there are of course private signage for businesses as well as contour corner signage which is also erected by the Council. Because of the sheer volume of signage on our county’s roads there is no doubt but that they are causing distraction and confusion to motorists using our roads.”In concluding Ó Domhnaill called on Donegal County Council to carry out an inventory of all the signage erectd by the Council and NRA on the Counties National Primary and Secondary roads with a view of reducing the number of signs whilst still delivering the message which is intended.“I find it strange that the Wild Atlantic Way signage wasn’t incorporated within existing signage in an attempt to promote safety and of course save tax payers money. “I wil be raising this matter at our next Council meeting to ensure that a proper process is put in place before the County is totally over run with Council signs.”COUNCILLOR DEMANDS WE GIVE THE ROAD TO ‘ABSOLUTE GLUT’ OF ROAD SIGNAGE was last modified: April 11th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:Cllr Seamus O DomhnaillCreesloughdonegalDunfanaghyN56Wild Atlantic Waylast_img read more

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Photo library: Buildings and structures 12

first_img{loadposition tc}Click on a thumbnail for a low-resolution image, or right-click on the link below it to download a high-resolution copy of the image.» Download Buildings & Structures contact sheet (1.1MB) » Download full image library contact sheet (10.5MB) Victoria West, Northern Cape province: Old buildings in Victoria West have been restored and attract visitors to the area. Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Eastern Cape province: The reception at the business centre of the new Ngqura Harbour, next to the Coega Industrial Development Zone outside Port Elizabeth. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Eastern Cape province: The reception at the business centre of the new Ngqura Harbour, next to the Coega Industrial Development Zone outside Port Elizabeth. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape province: The Post Office Building. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Mthatha, Eastern Cape province: The Bunga Building, home of the Nelson Mandela Museum. It is one of two museums dedicated to South Africa’s first democratically elected president – the other is in Mandela’s home village of Qunu. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Qunu, Eastern Cape province: The Nelson Mandela Museum. Mandela grew up in the village of Qunu. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Qunu, Eastern Cape province: The Nelson Mandela Museum. Mandela grew up in the village of Qunu. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Qunu, Eastern Cape province: Nelson Mandela’s new home. Mandela grew up and went to school in the village of Qunu. Photo: Rodger Bosch, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image Bloemfontein, Free State province: The Supreme Court of Appeal. The city is the judicial capital of South Africa. The country has three capital cities; the other two are Cape Town (legislative) and Pretoria (administrative). Photo: Graeme Williams, MediaClubSouthAfrica.com » Download high-res image BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES 12: {loadposition bd}Having trouble downloading high-resolution images? Queries about the image library? Email Janine Erasmus at [email protected]last_img read more

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North Korea tests new multiple rocket launcher

first_imgSeoul: North Korea said Sunday leader Kim Jong Un supervised the test-firing of a “newly developed super-large multiple rocket launcher,” another demonstration of its expanding weapons arsenal apparently aimed at increasing its leverage ahead of a possible resumption of nuclear talks with the US. The North’s Korean Central News Agency said Saturday’s weapons test was successful and cited Kim as saying the rocket launcher is “indeed a great weapon.” Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USKim underscored the need to “continue to step up the development of Korean-style strategic and tactical weapons for resolutely frustrating the ever-mounting military threats and pressure offensive of the hostile forces,” according to the KCNA. The “hostile forces” likely referred to the United States and South Korea, whose recently ended regular military drills infuriated North Korea. The North has called the drills an invasion rehearsal and conducted a slew of missile and rocket tests in response. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential pollsSome experts said North Korea aims to show off its weapons to try to get an upper hand ahead of a possible restart of nuclear negotiations, which remain largely stalemated since the second summit between President Donald Trump and Kim in Vietnam in February fell apart due to squabbling over US-led sanctions on North Korea. The two leaders met again at the Korean border in late June and agreed to resume talks. Trump downplayed the latest launch, saying “Kim Jong Un has been, you know, pretty straight with me. … He likes testing missiles but we never restricted short-range missiles. We’ll see what happens.” South Korea’s military said North Korea fired two suspected short-range ballistic missiles off its east coast on Saturday morning and that they flew about 380 kilometers (236 miles) at the maximum altitude of 97 kilometers (60 miles). It was the seventh known weapons test by North Korea in about a month. North Korea has been pushing to develop powerful multiple rocket launch systems, whose projectiles resemble short-range missiles, some experts said. On Aug. 1, North Korea said it tested a large-caliber multiple rocket guided system, a day after South Korea said the North fired two short-range ballistic missiles. Most of the North Korean weapons tested in recent weeks have shown short-range flight distances. This suggested North Korea still doesn’t intend to lift its self-imposed moratorium on nuclear and long-range missile tests, which would certainly derail the negotiations with Washington. The latest North Korean launches came two days after South Korea said it would terminate its intelligence-sharing deal with Japan amid trade disputes between the US allies. Washington expressed its disappointment at the South Korean decision. In a development that could possibly further complicate ties between Seoul and Tokyo, South Korea’s navy on Sunday began two-day exercises on and around a group of islets controlled by South Korea but also claimed by Japan. Japan’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement saying the islets belong to Japan and called the drills “unacceptable.” South Korean navy officers said the drills are the first of two regular exercises held every year near the islets called Dokdo in Korean and Takeshima in Japanese. They said the drills involve aircraft landing on the islets and warships maneuvering nearby. Local media said South Korea originally planned the first drills in June, but delayed them in consideration of relations with Japan.last_img read more

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Quebec universities launch world first UNESCO antiradicalization chair

first_imgMONTREAL – Quebec’s new UNESCO chair on the prevention of radicalization and violent extremism is the first of its kind in the world, say members of three universities who launched the project Friday in Sherbrooke, Que.The research centre will be directed by a team of professors from Concordia University, Universite de Sherbrooke and Universite du Quebec a Montreal.Co-director David Morin said the chair’s mission is to create a “pole of excellence” that will bring together experts in both research and field work.“(The goal) is to be able to develop programs, to evaluate them and to support the political decision-makers and the stakeholders in the field on the subject of prevention of radicalization,” said Morin, a professor at the Universite de Sherbrooke.He said the chair’s mission as well as its governance model make it a world first.“What is unique in the world is a UNESCO chair that’s tripartite — that brings together three universities that signed the agreement with UNESCO — but beyond that, it’s the gathering of national and international partners that are coming together to share their expertise,” Morin said.The project was conceived during the UNESCO conference on radicalization that Quebec hosted in 2016 and will become one of the international body’s 700 institutions in 116 countries that encourage inter-university cooperation around the world.The centre has an international focus and will collaborate with a network of over 40 partners across North America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.Quebec has pledged $100,000 a year for the next four years to support the initiative.The current staff includes a chairholder from each school as well as a scientific director based at Universite de Sherbrooke.Co-chair Vivek Venkatesh said the centre’s activities will include providing training to people who work in marginalized communities and creating public engagement tools to counter hate speech and violent propaganda.As an example, he cited an ongoing project in Montreal’s East End that teaches marginalized youth to use music and literature to describe their experiences with hateful speech or actions.The chair will bring together multiple disciplines including political science, international development, social services, and psychology.It’s tripartite structure means each school can contribute their own resources and sources of funding, Venkatesh said.“This is a coming together of institutional allies but also people from disciplines from three different institutions,” the Concordia professor said.“Our training and our respective cultures are coming together in a very unique way.”The secretary general of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO praised the chair and its governance model as “a first in Canada and the world.”“We look forward to working with the chair to counter the rise of radicalization and violent extremism in Canada and the world,” Sebastien Goupil said in a statement.last_img read more

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Acadia University in Nova Scotia investigates sexual assault allegation

first_imgHALIFAX – A male Acadia University student accused of sexually assaulting a female student has failed in his bid to stop the school’s Equity Office from investigating the allegation.In a decision released Thursday, a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge dismissed the male student’s application for an injunction.The court’s decision, which only refers to “Student X” and “Student Y,” says the female student was a minor when she complained to the university’s security service that she had been sexually assaulted by a male student at his off-campus residence on Nov. 19, 2016.The complaint was handed to Acadia’s judicial board, which on March 6, 2017, found the male student guilty of sexual assault and recommended he be dismissed from the university, banned from the Wolfville, N.S., campus, and prohibited from contacting the complainant.However, the male student filed an appeal with the university’s disciplinary appeals committee. It rendered a not guilty verdict on May 8, 2017, issuing a three-line statement outlining its reasons.Less than a month later, the female student filed a complaint of sexual harassment with the university’s Equity Office, under its discrimination and harassment policy.When the male student was told of the complaint process, his lawyer responded that his client would not be taking part because the case had already been dealt with by another administrative quasi-judicial process.The lawyer then sought an injunction to stop the investigation.In its submission to the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, Acadia University argued that while the female student’s two complaints were made on the same facts, “the two processes do not involve the same question nor lead to the same result,” the decision says.The university said its equity policy is narrower in scope than its judicial policy.“Its purpose is to maintain a learning environment free from sexual harassment,” the decision says. “Under the judicial policy, neither the judicial board nor the (disciplinary appeals committee) considered whether the alleged conduct constituted discrimination or harassment under the equity policy.”In the end, the court agreed and dismissed the male student’s application.A spokeswoman for the RCMP says the Mounties could be investigating this case as a criminal matter, but she could not confirm that was happening because there isn’t enough detail provided in the court ruling.last_img read more

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Tottenham is the new International Champions Cup king

first_imgThe English club won the friendly tournament for the first time and is the second Premier League team to do soAfter many matches played not only in the United States but also worldwide, the International Champions Cup is now over.English club Tottenham Hotspur has been crowned champion of the first worldwide edition.The ICC is a friendly tournament where the best teams in the world battle for pre-season glory.Spurs are the second Premier League club to win the tournament, with Manchester United having done so in the 2014 North America and Europe competition.Tottenham destroyed Roma 4-1 in their first match in San Diego, California.This match was key to the Premier League club winning the tournament thanks to the goal difference.Victor Wanyama, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier LeaguePochettino admits Wanyama remains in his Spurs plans Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Kenyan international, Victor Wanyama, was the protagonist of a summer transfer saga, but in the end, he is set to stay at Tottenham Hotspur.Then the team went to tie 2-2 against Barcelona in Pasadena in regular time.But the match went to penalty kicks and the Catalan side won 5-3.And to close the friendly tournament, the Spurs were able to beat AC Milan 1-0 in Minneapolis.What a tournament it has been! Congratulations, @SpursOfficial, you are this year’s International Champions Cup winners! ??Well done to all the teams involved. It’s been a blast. See you in 2019!#ICC2018 #ChampionsMeetHere pic.twitter.com/3e2HFmjzi3— International Champions Cup (@IntChampionsCup) August 11, 2018last_img read more