in ,

Carsen Edwards breaks NCAA tournament 3-point record

Mar 30, 2019; Louisville, KY, United States; Purdue Boilermakers guard Carsen Edwards (3) reacts during the second half in the championship game against the Virginia Cavaliers of the south regional of the 2019 NCAA Tournament at KFC Yum Center. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

Here are the top headlines from March 31st.

Yelich ties record with homer in 4th straight game | ESPN

Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich hit a home run in his fourth consecutive game to open the new season, tying the MLB record in the process. Yelich faced St. Louis Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha and drilled a homer to give Milwaukee a 1-0 lead.

The reigning National League MVP became the sixth player in MLB history to start a season with home runs in four games in a row after Willie Mays (1971), Mark McGwire (1998), Nelson Cruz (2011), Chris Davis (2013), and Trevor Story (2016).

Canadian Women’s Hockey League to fold in May | ESPN

The Canadian Women’s Hockey League announced in its statement this morning that it will fold on May 1, stating that from the business point of view, itโ€™s economically unsustainable.

The CWHL was founded by players and members of the community in 2007 and had six franchises, including one based in Shenzhen, China, which was independent. Even though it was believed that the deal with China will improve the leagueโ€™s status and boost it financially, the CWHL will have to close its doors.

Edwards’ 28 3s in 4 games a tournament record| ESPN

The Purdue Boilermakers failed to make it to the Final Four as they lost to the Virginia Cavaliers, but their junior guard Carsen Edwards put his name into the record books. Edwards hit 10 triples to break the record for three-pointers in an NCAA tournament, making 28 triples in four games. The previous record stood for 30 years and it was set by the Michigan Wolverines Glen Rice, who had 27. Still, Edwardsโ€™ 42 points didnโ€™t help Purdue to make it to the Final Four.

“Just had a good rhythm, felt good for me, a lot of shots I took felt good for me,” Edwards said. “Just didn’t turn out the way that we wanted it to, but for the most part it felt good.”

Ovi has 8th 50-goal season, joins Gretzky, Bossy | ESPN

Washington Capitals legend Alex Ovechkin became only the third player in the NHL history with 50+ goals in the season for the eighth time, joining Mike Bossy and Wayne Gretzky, who recorded nine a piece. Ovechkin contributed with a goal in the third period of the Capitals’ 6-3 road win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, while he added 51st just less than two minutes later.

“I’ve had a couple of chances in previous years to score 50, but I didn’t,” Ovechkinย said. โ€You always want to do something special, obviously, but sometimes it’s hard. I’m happy to get it done.”

Hall of Famer Irvin: Tests show I’m cancer-free| ESPN

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver and Hall of Famer, Michael Irvin, announced on his Instagram profile that the throat cancer test came back 100 percent clean.

Irvinโ€™s father died of the same disease when he was 51, and considering that Michael is 53, he had reasons for concern, especially after having problems with his voice for two months. Luckily, a three-time Super Bowl Champion is cancer free and his former teammate Emmitt Smith was among the first who celebrated the news.

Written by The Admiral

Whats up sports fans...??? My name is Admir, but my friends like to call me "The Admiral" !!!
Anyways, I am here to provide you with some fresh, sports related, content and give you some betting tips for your favorite sports leagues and teams!!!
I have been around the sports industry for more than two decades, following different sports (NBA, Soccer, NFL, Euroleague, UEFA Champions league, etc.)...
I hope that my tips will bring you some luck...
"I usually don't make mistakes, but when I do, they turn out to be a true masterpiece".....


Leave a Reply





Kristaps Porzingis Accused of Sexual Assault

NFL Draft Nashville

NFL Wanted to Kill Trees, People of Nashville Said ‘No.’