The Ministry of Tourism awards scholarships to pupils and students in the hospitality and tourism industry

November 18, 2020

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first_imgWith the aim of motivating young people for hospitality and tourism professions, raising the standard of education and quality of staff, and thus the entire tourism sector, and better connection of educational institutions and companies in tourism, the Ministry of Tourism announced a public call for “Scholarships” in 2017. years.Through the mentioned invitation, the Ministry of Tourism will in the school year 2017/2018. to co-finance pupils and students who are being educated for catering and tourism occupations and occupations related to the development of special forms of tourism. Realizing the importance of quality and professional staff in tourism, the Ministry of Tourism has been awarding scholarships since 2008, and so far over 930 scholarship holders have been co-financed.These are scholarships that the ministry conducts in cooperation with companies, ie hotels, camps, tourist agencies and county chambers of crafts, in such a way that each stakeholder participates with 50 percent of the total amount. “By encouraging young people to study for occupations in catering and tourism and raising the standard of education, scholarships for hospitality and tourism occupations raise the overall quality of Croatian tourism and encourage employment after graduation. Quality workers are the basis for the continued growth and development of Croatian tourism, because in tourism, man is primarily the key to success. That is why we are actively working to increase the attractiveness of jobs in tourism, which we plan to continue in the future through scholarship programs, but also through other measures that will make Croatian tourism more competitive.”, Pointed out the Minister of Tourism Gary Cappelli.Based on the aforementioned program, the Ministry of Tourism approves a maximum of 600 kuna monthly scholarships, for students from September 1 of the current to June 30 next year, and students from September 1 of the current to August 31 next year. Immediately after the completion of regular schooling, ie studying, the partner has the obligation to conclude a fixed-term employment contract or a trainee employment contract with the scholarship holder. During the receipt of the scholarship, the scholarship holder is obliged to regularly perform a professional internship, enroll in classes / year in the regular term and remain employed in the company for 12 months (regardless of how long the scholarship lasted).The public call is open until November 17, 2017. More information on the Public Call can be found at: http://www.mint.hr/default.aspx?id=370last_img read more


Arsenal legend Paul Merson hails Man Utd transfer target Jack Grealish and names his player of the season

October 18, 2020

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first_imgArsenal legend Paul Merson hails Man Utd transfer target Jack Grealish and names his player of the season Arsenal legend Paul Merson has praised Manchester United transfer target Jack Grealish (Picture: Sky)Arsenal hero Paul Merson has hailed Manchester United transfer target Jack Grealish and named Liverpool forward Sadio Mane as his player of the season.Senegal superstar Mane has scored 18 goals this term to help Jurgen Klopp’s side storm 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League.The Reds needed just two more victories to clinch their first title in 30 years before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus crisis.Merson has named Mane as his player of the season and says he has been Liverpool’s ‘go-to man’ during the 2019-20 campaign.ADVERTISEMENT Merson has backed Liverpool forward Sadio Mane to be named player of the season (Picture: Getty)‘But he isn’t getting player of the year. It’s different.‘It’s got to be Sadio Mane for me. Mane is the player who has been Liverpool’s go-to man at special times in the season.‘He’s performed and got big goals in big games. He’s the one for me.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Virgil van Dijk would be a close second – if he was at Manchester City, they would be 10 points clear. That’s how much he is worth.‘Obviously Kevin De Bruyne has been brilliant, but it’s hard to give it to someone who is 25 points behind someone else.’Earlier this week, it was reported that Manchester United were confident of signing Grealish this summer and expected to welcome the midfielder to Old Trafford.MORE: Ed Woodward keen on Harry Kane but Manchester United’s chances of a deal are ‘remote’MORE: Harry Redknapp urges Harry Kane to stay at Tottenham amid Man Utd transfer links Comment Villa captain Grealish could join Manchester United this summer (Picture: Getty)But the Arsenal legend reserved special praise for Aston Villa captain Grealish and said he is the player he most wants to watch in the Premier League.AdvertisementAdvertisementGrealish is being heavily linked with a move to Manchester United ahead of the summer transfer window, with the Red Devils preparing a £70m move.Merson told Sky Sports: ‘If you’re asking me which player I want to watch the most in the Premier League, it’s Jack Grealish!center_img Advertisement Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterThursday 2 Apr 2020 9:59 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1kShareslast_img read more


Region must work together to achieve low fuel costs says PM Skerrit

September 26, 2020

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first_imgNewsRegional Region must work together to achieve low fuel costs says PM Skerrit by: – November 2, 2011 12 Views   no discussions Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit. (file photo)Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says geothermal energy can significantly lower fuel costs in the region but countries must work together to effectively deliver it.He told the David Thompson Memorial Lecture last week, that a secure, affordable and sustainable supply of energy was critical for the economic survival and prosperity of the countries in the region.Skerrit said geothermal development held the potential to significantly change the fortunes of citizens in Dominica, Nevis and those in the sub-region of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS).According to him, it had the potential to provide a stable, cleaner and lower-cost electricity supply option.Skerrit said further that Dominica sees the development of its geothermal resource as having the potential of changing its energy status from being one of a net importer of energy to being a net exporter of energy.“But this must be developed in conjunction with several other countries to create the critical market size for that energy. Our geothermal energy development must be seen as a regional enterprise. It is not about Dominica only, but how we can work together to deliver this very important resource to the people of the Caribbean region,” Skerrit told the lecture.“Advancement towards an improved energy situation for many CARICOM countries will depend on increased functional cooperation, while at the same time benefiting the regional integration process. Unless the high cost of energy is addressed, many of the noble economic objectives will not be realized,” he said.According to him, some cleaner alternative energy sources such as geothermal and natural gas will not realize their full potential to provide lower-cost fuel supplies unless there is a significant cooperation among other member states.“Natural gas had the same potential and that similar cooperation was needed if the proposed natural gas pipeline from Trinidad was to provide a lower-cost fuel option to Eastern Caribbean states,” he said.Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share Tweetlast_img read more


Steve McClaren aware of threat posed by Lee Cattermole

September 20, 2020

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first_img As Middlesbrough manager back in January 2006, McClaren handed the then 17-year-old Cattermole a full debut for the club against the Magpies and saw him star in a 2-2 Barclays Premier League draw. However, as well as he did that day, the former England boss has admitted the Sunderland midfield enforcer has gone on to have an even better career than he anticipated at the time. Press Association McClaren said: “He’s done better than I thought he would do. He’s done terrifically well. “We gave him his debut in a derby game and he was excellent, man of the match. To see him go on and become the kind of player – he’s a good footballer as well – he’s done very well. Very good.” Cattermole will not be the only familiar face among the Sunderland ranks when McClaren and his players arrive on Wearside on Sunday with new Black Cats boss Sam Allardyce an old foe. The pair went head-to-head at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium in 2004 when Boro beat Allardyce’s Bolton to lift the Carling Cup, and the two men were in direct competition once again two years later when they were both short-listed for the job of England manager. McClaren, of course, came out on top once again, but asked if he saw the former West Ham boss as his big rival at the time, he said: “There were quite a few, as there always is. I’m sure the next one, he’ll be put forward for that as well – if that comes up. But I don’t think Sam is concentrating on that.” He added with a smile: “I certainly wouldn’t recommend it, to actually do it. That’s just a personal opinion.” center_img Newcastle head coach Steve McClaren hopes Lee Cattermole does not come back to haunt him as he prepares for his first taste of the derby rivalry with Sunderland. last_img read more


ICC extends partnership with UNICEF for Women’s World T20

September 20, 2020

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first_imgDubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced that it has extended its partnership with UNICEF through to the Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 with the focus on empowering women and girls through cricket.During the Men’s 50-over World Cup held in England and Wales earlier this summer, UNICEF raised $180,000 as part of ‘One Day 4 Children’ and this money will go directly to fund a girls’ cricket project in Afghanistan, said ICC in a media release.The program which will run for 12 months, will comprise of a new competitive cricket competition for school aged girls as well as training for 120 teachers and providing cricket equipment to deliver cricket and a community outreach program working with elders to reinforce the positive impact girls playing cricket can have.The money raised during the Women’s World T20 will go to similar projects in cricket playing nations, including an innovative program to promote girls’ participation in cricket in Sri Lanka and build peace in communities.“We are delighted to extend our partnership with UNICEF to the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. I want us to harness the extraordinary reach of our sport to empower women and girls around the world through cricket and using ICC events as a fundraising platform enables us to do that,” said ICC CEO Manu Sawhney.“Sport for development and in particular cricket can be a powerful tool to transform lives and the projects in Afghanistan and Sri Lanka are designed to have a long-term positive impact with teachers being trained to deliver cricket to girls for years to come.”UNICEF Australia Chair Ann Sherry AO said: “Cricket has tremendous power to make a difference in the lives of children, especially girls, by building leadership skills, empowering them to achieve their goals and building bridges within communities — so that we can ultimately build a better world together.”“We are excited to partner with the ICC on the Women’s T20 World Cup 2020 and enormously proud that Australia is hosting this important event for women.”The ICC and UNICEF partnership commenced in 2015, as part of the ICC’s global community outreach program ‘Cricket 4 Good’. The partnership and public donations continue to bring positive change to children through the programs in cricket playing nations focused on empowering women and girls in cricket.The Women’s World T20 will take place across Australia from February 21-March 8, culminating in the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 8 — International Women’s Day.10 teams will contest a total of 23 matches in six host cities, starting with a blockbuster match-up between hosts Australia and India at Sydney Showground Stadium on February 21, 2020. IANSAlso Read: Bob Willis was one of cricket’s biggest heroes of his time: ICCAlso Watch: Watch | Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal addresses Media on Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019last_img read more


Skipper Sammy axed from West Indies T20 side

September 19, 2020

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first_imgWEST Indies’ World Cup-winning captain Darren Sammy has been axed as skipper and dropped from the Twenty20 international team.Sammy took over as captain in 2010 and led the Windies to glory in the 2012 and 2016 editions of the ICC World Twenty20.Their victory in the final against England in April could now prove to be the 32-year-old’s final match for his country.The all-rounder retired from Test cricket in 2014 and has not been selected for the one-day international team since March 2015.“I got a call yesterday from the chairman of selectors telling me that they reviewed the captaincy of T20 and I won’t be captain anymore of the T20 (team and) my performances have not merited selection in the squad,” he said in a video posted on Facebook yesterday.“That’s OK. Because I’ve always believed West Indies cricket is not about Darren Sammy.“I want to wish the new captain all the best. These memories I will cherish for a long time. This is not me retiring from one-day or T20. The captaincy journey has come to an end. I know I played with my heart and soul whenever I stepped out on the cricket field.“To all my players over the years who have been part of the team and played under my captaincy, I want to thank you for all the support.“We’ve had our ups and downs but I have never given up hope. I’ve never stopped believing in myself and in the team. That is what I was about as captain. Trying to instil a positive, never-say-die attitude in my team.“The result – we’ve won two World Cups. I want to thank all of you for this period.” (Sportsmax.com)last_img read more


Football News Manchester City beat Liverpool, Premier League title race heats up

September 19, 2020

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first_imgManchester: Manchester City won a “final” according to manager Pep Guardiola to remain in the title race by inflicting Liverpool’s first Premier League defeat of the season with a 2-1 victory at the Etihad. City’s recent shock back-to-back defeats to Crystal Palace and Leicester had allowed Liverpool to amass a commanding lead in their quest to win a first title since 1990. But the champions now trail Jurgen Klopp’s men by just four points thanks to Leroy Sane’s winner 18 minutes from time after Roberto Firmino had cancelled out Sergio Aguero’s first-half opener for the hosts. “It was a final for us, because losing today it was almost over,” said Guardiola on Thursday. “We are four points behind them and they are the leaders. We have to fight a lot, but this gives us a lot of confidence. I am proud of them (the players), but not just today. We lost two games in four days but you can’t forget what they have done for 16 months.”With no more league meetings between the sides to come, Liverpool’s destiny is still in their own hands, but they will now have the pressure of having a City side that romped to the title with a record 100 points last season on their tails. “If somebody had told me after both games against Man City we would be 4 points up, I would have paid money,” said Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.     Read More | Juventus create new points record in Serie A, Ronaldo scores brace”We never won it as a team so we want to finish the season as strongly as possible and we are still in a pretty good position.” City also had fortune on their side in a pulsating contest, particularly before the break. Oly the finest of margins denied Liverpool the lead on 19 minutes when Sadio Mane burst onto Mohamed Salah’s pass and saw his shot come back off the inside of the post.Read More | Liverpool crush Arsenal 5-1 to extend lead in Premier LeagueJohn Stones then smacked his panicked clearance into City goalkeeper Ederson but the England international redeemed himself by clearing just before all of the ball had crossed the line.City were also handed a reprieve by referee Anthony Taylor when captain Vincent Kompany only saw a yellow card for a wild two-footed lunge on Salah. “I really like Vincent Kompany but how on Earth is that not a red card?” Klopp added. “If he hits Mo more he is out for the season.”  At the other end Virgil van Dijk was again justifying his tag as the world’s most expensive defender to keep City’s array of attacking talent quiet with he Dutchman standing tall to block David Silva’s effort.However, a Liverpool defence that had not conceded twice in the same game all season in the league before kick-off was breached when City managed to free Aguero from Van Dijk’s shackles. The Argentine beat Dejan Lovren to Bernardo Silva’s cross before firing into the roof of the net to score for the seventh time in seven home league games against Liverpool.   Despite a combination of nerves and fatigue at the end of a gruelling festive period, the game swung from end to end in the second-half. One Liverpool full-back picked out another as for the visitors’ equaliser when Trent Alexander-Arnold’s cross was met perfectly by Andy Robertson to square for Firmino to head into an empty net.    Guardiola had his head in his hands when a slack pass from Sane set Liverpool free on the counter-attack moments later, but within seconds the German showed what he is capable of as he latched on Sterling’s pass before firing in off the far post. Alisson demonstrated why Liverpool spent a then world record 67 million pound for a goalkeeper in July to bolster their title chances with a brilliant save from Aguero as the Argentine tried to round him at the end of a blistering City counter-attack. Seconds later it was the turn of his understudy in the Brazil side to make a huge save as Ederson denied Salah as tempers flared with Guardiola furious a free-kick wasn’t awarded City’s way before the Egyptian broke clear. Sterling then wasted a great chance to ensure City didn’t have to see out a tense five minutes of stoppage time, but the hosts held out to put the title back up for grabs. For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more


Nigeria Will Perform Well at Russia 2018 Says Okumagba

September 17, 2020

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first_imgNigeria has already qualified for the world tournament even with a match yet to be played.Okumagba however urged Nigerian football authorities to begin early preparation stressing that friendlies should be arranged for the team to keep the players in shape for the Mundial.“Nigeria’s appearance at the World Cup next year is coming with a difference we are sure of doing well if not getting to the finals and that’s why the NFSC would do everything within our power to mobilise strong supporters to Russia“Today’s event is a remarkable one for the state and the national body because my tenure has promised to open more chapters across the country and we have just begun with Niger State,” Okumagba noted.Niger State Chairman of the NFSC, Mohammed Mohammed, thanked the national body for the inauguration of the state chapter and promised that the leadership would immediately begin registration of members.Mohammed disclosed that very soon the grand patron who is also the governor of the state would soon be decorated while other critical stakeholders would contribute to the success of Super Eagles at next year’s Mundial in Russia.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Laleye Dipo in MinnaNational Chairman of the Nigeria Football Supporters Club, Mr. Vincent Okumagba, has expressed optimism that the Super Eagles will perform well at next year’s World Cup in Russia.Okumagba made the remarks when he inaugurated the Niger State chapter of the NFSC at the UK Bello Arts Theatre in Minna last Saturday.Okumagba hinged his optimism on the calibre of players in the national team and their determination to excel as displayed during their qualifying round matches.last_img read more


Carrie-Mattimoe, Greco score in Senior Night victory over Lindenwood

September 17, 2020

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first_imgIn the opening five minutes, Syracuse appeared slowed by the emotion of the occasion. Skating onto the ice at Tennity Ice Pavilion for the last game with seniors and captains Holly Carrie-Mattimoe and Jacquie Greco, the Orange played energized, but uncontrolled.But before the six-minute mark, Kaillie Goodnough ripped a slapshot from inside the left corner of the zone. When the puck rebounded and trickled across the crease, Sadie St. Germain pounced to put SU ahead.Determined, SU took hold en route to a 4-1 victory in front of 115 on Senior Night. SU’s (19-14-1, 13-6-1 College Hockey America) inability to bag a second goal briefly brought back unsettling anxiety before the Orange outpassed, outshot and outplayed the visiting Lions (7-24-3, 7-10-3 CHA), sending the seniors out in style and getting both of their names on the score sheet.“I feel like the whole game was almost a dream,” Carrie-Mattimoe said. “It’s exciting obviously, but also it’s really sad to play the last game, so I can’t really remember – I was seriously in a haze the whole game.”She did, however, remember the matchup’s decisive sequence.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textOn the power play, Brittney Krebs worked the puck to Cara Johnson on the bleacher-side boards. Johnson passed to Carrie-Mattimoe in the left corner. She crossed to Shiann Darkangelo, lurking on the crease. The sophomore forward buried her chance to restore the SU lead 2-1.Darkangelo’s tally made the game SU’s, and ensured the Orange would use the ribbons and balloons that littered the locker room pre-game.The Orange controlled the first period after St. Germain’s opener, but by the midway point of the second period, the Lions were running the show. Regardless of whom SU head coach Paul Flanagan sent out, LU dug in and scrapped SU back into its own half.After Julie Knerr’s wraparound pass went unfinished, LU’s Caitlyn Post split the ice, breaking past Johnson and shooting into Billadeau. Kendra Broad put the rebound in top shelf to tie the game at one.“We’ve had a problem all year playing 60 minutes, and I think it showed in the second period,” Carrie-Mattimoe said. “But I think we got our focus back going into the third knowing we had to come out with a win.”With each of her teammates coming out of the locker room wearing “15” and “7” written in marker on their wrists, Carrie-Mattimoe led the Orange onto the ice for the third period. In her haze, she circled to her left toward her own goal, then peeled back to her right wobbling her head back and forth. Joined by her teammates at the blue line, she loosened into a dance.Six minutes later, she was celebrating Greco’s goal. Family and friends exploded off of the bleachers and onto the glass.Less than 10 minutes later, Darkangelo made good on a Senior Night promise to return the favor of her early goal to Carrie-Mattimoe. She squared the puck for the senior at the left circle, and the forward sniped her wrist shot in the high left-hand corner.“For these seniors … we’ve got a little bit of tradition of passing the torch with our leadership,” Flanagan said. “We’ve finally had some kids that have been here for four years and they’ve learned.”At about 9:15 p.m., the ice was empty for Carrie-Mattimoe and Greco. With Carrie-Mattimoe under her right arm, Greco raised her stick, bearing Carrie-Mattimoe’s No. 7 on her own wrist to the crowd. Carrie-Mattimoe did the same with her right hand, and they both absorbed the cheers and applause before walking off of the Tennity ice together for the last time.They’ll practice again there for the next week and a half ahead of the CHA semifinals, but the building won’t look the same.“No, not at all,” a watery-eyed Carrie-Mattimoe said. “ … It’s really different to think about being game day and being practice. I definitely will miss that. I’ll miss the atmosphere in the locker room before games. I’m going to miss a lot of things about having game days here.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Syracuse offense clicks in opening, closing periods of win over Lindenwoodcenter_img Published on February 28, 2013 at 1:35 am Contact Jacob: jmklinge@syr.edu | @Jacob_Klinger_last_img read more


Breaking down how college tennis rankings are determined

September 16, 2020

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first_imgOne of college tennis’ best-ranked doubles teams hasn’t played together this season.The pairing of Valeria Salazar and Gabriela Knutson opened the year ranked No. 10 in the country. Even though Salazar’s right-wrist injury ended her season after one game, in early February, the duo is still ranked, now at No. 26.They remain ranked due to an oddity in college tennis rankings. The only way to drop out of the rankings is to lose and the only way others can pass the Salazar-Knutson team is by winning.Like every other Division I tennis program, Syracuse (7-10, 4-6 Atlantic Coast) is beholden to the mathematical formula. It determines ranks across all modes of play: singles, doubles and team. The system used in college tennis is also unique. The three other major governing bodies in the sport use a different method.“I wouldn’t want my coaches to decide how it is,” Knutson said. “So, I really like that it is computerized, because I think it’s fair. If you beat a ranked opponent, you should move higher.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textUnlike football, hockey or basketball, there is no poll — coaches or press — to determine which team gets which number by its name. Just like the former Bowl Championship Series math in college football, the computer rankings determine the fields for the singles, doubles and team NCAA tournaments at the end of the season. The rankings ensure the ranking’s importance.It’s a constant crunching of one mathematical formula.Emma Comtois | Design EditorThe equation takes the sum of points from wins, which are assigned relative to an opponent’s ranking. Wins over No. 1 through No. 5 are worth 80 points, six through 10 are worth 75, and the scale decreases until Nos. 101 to 125, which are worth 10. A similar system applies to loss points, but in reverse. Losing to the No. 1 player adds one-tenth of a point to the loss points and losing to an unranked player hits at 1.25 loss points. Every player’s wins and losses are reported to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, which plugs in the results and calculates each player’s average point value. They are then ranked accordingly.Freshman Miranda Ramirez is the only active SU player ranked, at No. 79 in singles. Salazar, despite having played only one match, ranks No. 109.“I actually don’t know how college rankings work,” Ramirez said. “I never really followed college tennis before I came here, so I’m still in the process of learning.”The system compiles the top 125 players in the country and, currently, No. 125 has an average of 4.59 points while No. 1 owns a 74.55 average. The gap appears enormous, but if No. 125 were to beat No. 1, she would receive 80 win points for beating a top-5 opponent and shoot up the rankings. How far depends at when in the season the upset occurred.By relying on a formula and points, ITA rankings remain relatively steady as the season progresses. The rankings are volatile early in the season because the denominators for each player are just a handful of points. A big upset could jump a player over 50 spots. The ITA combats these mathematical overreactions by not releasing a second set of rankings until the season’s fourth week.But as April and May arrive, mobility decreases as totals increase. The stability in the rankings is part of why coaches and players, including Syracuse head coach Younes Limam and the Orange, buy into the calculus for selecting the NCAA tournament field.“We always say, ‘results don’t lie,’” Limam said.So, while it’s impossible to be at the top without winning, it’s impossible to drop without losing.The other four major bodies in tennis — the International Tennis Federation, Association of Tennis Professionals, Women’s Tennis Association and United States Tennis Association — don’t use any type of calculation. They all use a raw points system, in which a tournament champion gets the most points, the runner-up gets just under that and semi-finalists get slightly fewer. Everything results in a net positive and winning a championship earns exponentially more points than being ousted in the early rounds.Knutson, who began the season No. 99 in singles, beat Miami’s Sinead Lohan, the No. 14 player in the country, on Sunday and didn’t even know it until after the match. When she found out, a grin flashed across her face.“Well now that I know, that’s awesome,” Knutson said on Sunday. “That means I’ll jump in the rankings.” Comments Published on April 10, 2017 at 9:19 pm Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Graham Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more