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September 16, 2020

Goaltending position ‘wide open’ 6 games into the season

first_img Published on October 24, 2018 at 11:20 pm Contact Danny: dremerma@syr.edu | @DannyEmerman Facebook Twitter Google+ Heading into the season, Syracuse head coach Paul Flanagan had “no idea” who his starting goalie would be. “We had two girls (Ady Cohen and Maddi Welch) that didn’t play last year, so basically, from our viewpoint, it’s very much wide open,” Flanagan said. “I’d give Maddi, being a senior, with more experience, maybe a slight edge.”Flanagan also referenced former goalie Edith D’Astous-Moreau, who played in the team’s final game last season — a 3-2 loss to Mercyhurst in the CHA semifinal. D’Astous-Moreau was Flanagan’s projected starter, but she left the team for personal reasons and now studies urban planning at Université de Montréal, she said. Without D’Astous-Moreau, Syracuse (2-4-0, 2-2-0 College Hockey America) has not settled on a starting goaltender, six games into the season. Both goalies, Cohen and Welch, have started three games, each winning once and losing twice. Cohen has the slight edge in save percentage (.889 to .852) and has conceded eight goals to Welch’s 12. Welch has 69 saves overall and Cohen has 64. Cohen, 5-foot-6, has a smaller frame, but she is more agile than the 5-foot-7 Welch, Flanagan said. A year after then-senior Abbey Miller, the former CHA goaltending trophy winner, started 29 of SU’s 36 games, the Orange has faced a goalie competition. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textCohen grew up in Boynton Beach, Florida, and fell in love with hockey after seeing the Florida Panthers mascot on television. Welch, on the other hand, was born into a hockey family in the hockey hub of East Amherst. Her dad played goalie at The College at Brockport, and her three sisters also play hockey. Last weekend, both goalies picked up wins against Lindenwood University, with Cohen conceding four goals on 16 shots and Welch allowing three goals on 20 shots. Both goalies played well over the weekend, Flanagan said, but “surrendered a couple goals they’d like to have back.”“That’s a position I’m going to fight for until the end of the year,” Welch said. “Regardless of whether I’m the starter or not, I’m still going to fight, I’m still going to practice as hard as I can every day.”Laura Angle | Digital Design EditorOn Tuesday, Cohen started against No. 7 Cornell, allowing three goals and making 29 saves in the 4-1 loss. Cohen and Welch push each other in practice by supporting each other, often with gestures as simple as fist bumps after drills, Cohen said.“We learn a lot from each other,” Cohen said. “We support each other always, and it’s good to just watch each other in practice. We take notes from each other, and it’s just a good relationship to have.”Welch and Cohen both spent years under Miller’s tutelage. Miller, SU’s leader in career goals against average (2.02) and shutouts (11), has kept in touch with both goalies. She has given advice to Welch after games via text and chatted with Cohen outside the team bus after the Orange’s 5-1 loss to No. 6 Boston College on Oct. 6. Miller said most of her advice pertains to the mental side of goaltending, especially as Welch and Cohen fight for playing time. “Keeping your head in it ,and don’t let coach’s decision on who’s going to play affect you too much, because if you let that get in your head, you’re not going to be as successful,” Miller said. Flanagan said he’s flexible in his approach to the goalies. In the past, he’s ridden one “hot hand” for most of the season, but he’s also played tandems in net. He is open to continuing to platoon the goaltenders and believes the skaters support both goalies. “Maybe someone will emerge as a starter,” Flanagan said, “or we might be in a situation where we’re just kind of rotating, alternating.” Commentslast_img read more

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December 24, 2019

TONER WINS MANOR 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME?

first_imgThe annual Manor 5k Road Race was held today Tuesday 1 st July.Ivan Toner, winner of the Manor 5K.On what proved to be one of the warmest evenings so far this year, more than 150 runners and walkers turned out in the village of Manor to compete in this popular 5k road race.Ivan Toner LAC, proved just how good an athlete he has become with a comfortable and controlled performance to win in a time of 16.26. The next three places were filled by Ronan McLaughlin in a time of 17.10, local man Anthony Doherty, Upper Corkey in 17.25 and Patrick Mahon of Sparta, Derry.The senior Ladies race was won by Finn Valley athlete Claire Kennan in a fine time of 21.29 from Emma Jo McConnellogue NW Triathlon club, and the ever improving Sabrina Mackey 24/7 club 22.39.The men’s over 40 aw Colin McNulty FV triumph in a time of 17.58 with John Daly 24/7 club come in second in a time of 19.10. Barry Mackey proved how tough he is with a 20 minutes dead time to win the over 50s from local Lagan Harps man Ernie Pollock. Karl McGinley of Lagan Harps won the under 18 in a time of 21.33 Karl is still under age for another 4 years, a nephew of well known Finn Valley athlete Pat Hegarty. Perhaps there is an athletics career ahead for Karl?The Ladies over 40 race was won by Patricia McKenna LAC 22.33 from local athlete Eileen Morning 26.53. In the Ladies over 50 Gloria Doherty FV took the honours in a time of 24.40 from Catherine Gilligan Drumoghill couch to 5k 32.16 a great start for Catherine after only a few weeks of regular training. Ciara Crossan won the junior girls in a very good time of 24.22. The prize for the first Lagan player home went to young Dean Murray. What a run from the young lad, and he looked like he could have went around again! Breege McGinty’s training is paying off.On the Local front Drumoghill Couch to 5k Group were out in force tonight, having spent the last 8 weeks training in Drumoghill. Over thirty members turned out and performed admirably. It just goes to show that with a little effort and dedication everyone can enjoy a fitter and more fulfilling life. Well done to all runners and their coaches. Keep up the good work.Once again and a year older, the local battle that spilled over from last year between Shaun (Swan) O Donnell and Eugene and Errnie was on again. Only yards seperated the three as the passed through the village of Manor and made their way out into the country via Ray Grave yard. No resting at the McKeammy Hills this time to gain a breath, they didnt even stop for a water break. Shaun had suffered a sore defeat on home ground in 2013 having got his tactics all wrong. Eugene had set the pace with Ernie on his shoulder but Shaun had got it right and closed the gap and at the 4k mark as they rounded Platts corner only 4 seconds seperated the three of them. Ernie hit for home on the Derry Road, and it proved decisive as his ten metre gap was maintained to the finish at the orchard foot ball field. However Ernie was much the worst for ware and shaun advised that Ernie might require an ambulance. Eugene wasn’t available for comment after the race, so we will let Shaun have the last word. He is holding back for the Termons 5k on Thursday night and was only using this race as a warm up.Lagan Harps would like to thank everyone that help on the night and a special word of thanks to Lorraine and the Ladies that made the home baking and served up refreshments after the race. Thanks to the Resource Centre for the use of the Premises.Manorcunningham Road Race 2014 Race No. First Name Surname Club Category Time16 Ivan Toner LAC Senior Men 16.2664 Ronan Mc Laughlin Senior Men 17.10109 Anthony Doherty Local Senior Men 17.25 15 Colin Mc Nulty Finn Valley O40 men 17.58112 Patrick Mahon Spart Senior Men 18.3020 David Porter Inishowen AC Senior Men 18.4065 Aaron Deane NW Triathlon Club Senior Men 18.5638 John Daley 24 seven O40 men 19.10101 Brendan Irwin Finn Valley Senior Men 19.2262 Jason Brown Senior Men 19.3032 Aaron Cole O40 men 19.3145 Paul Mc Connellogue NW Triathlon Club O40 men 19.3346 Emmett Mullan NW Triathlon Club Senior Men 19.4019 Vinny Hegarty Inishowen AC Senior Men 19.4756 Adrian Gill United Health Senior Men 19.48108 Paul Lynch Local Senior Men 19.4921 Barry Mackey O50 men 20.0072 Martin Donnelly Letterkenny 247 O40 men 20.1218 Rory Mc Laughlin NW Triathlon Club O40 men 20.21110 Seamus Nallen 24 seven Senior Men 20.2366 Cathal Morrison O40 men 20.27118 Cairan Bovaird O40 men 20.4241 Garet Mc Carron Lifford ac Senior Men 20.5927 Kevin Higgins Drum Football Senior Men 21.2640 Philip Kelly Lifford ac Senior Men 21.2836 Clare Keenan Finn Valley Senior Lady 21.2968 Stephen O Donnell Senior Men 21.31125 Gerarld Mc Connell Senior men 21.3211 Karol Mc Ginley Junior Lagan 21.3354 Gareth Rodgers Senior Men 21.3763 Shane Brown Senior Men 21.4547 Emma Jo Mc Connellogue NW Triathlon Club Senior Lady 22.3022 Patricia Mc Kenna LAC O40 Lady 22.332 Gary Neely Local O40 men 22.37105 Siobhan Mackey 24 seven Senior Lady 22.396 Ernie Pollock O50 men 22.40119 Shane Kevenney Senior Men 22.441 Shaun O Donnell Lifford ac O50 Men 22.55107 Gearld Baxter Local Senior Men 23.0655 Roy Mc Connellogue Senior Men 23.0710 Eugene Mc Ginley O40 men 23.0917 Paul Gillen O40 men 23.26102 Annmarie Dalton Finn Valley Senior Lady 23.35103 Liam Mc Mullen O40 men 23.5333 Sam Cole City Of Derry Junior 23.5974 Wesley Vance O40 men 24.1758 Pat Byrne Killybegs O50 men 24.18111 Orla Nallen 24 seven Senior Lady 24.19117 Grace Devine Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 24.2067 Ciara Crossan Junior Lady 24.2239 Robert Mitchel Lifford ac O40 men 24.3737 Gloria Donaghey Finn Valley O50 lady 24.4030 Clare Molloy Senior Lady 25.57123 Wendy Gordie Senior Lady 26.20106 Brian Doherty Local O40 men 26.4528 Jonathan Wilson Drum FC Senior Men 26.4657 Billy Brodrick Killybegs O50 men 26.5171 Eileen Morning O40 Lady 26.53205 Dean Murray 26.53204 Teirnan Brown 27.1773 Noel Heekin Senior Men 27.42113 Jordan Gallagher Lagan FC Junior men 27.56115 Bernie O Donnell Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior lady 28.02124 Amanda Stephenson Senior Lady 28.2135 Jacko Crawford Lagan FC Senior Men 28.3734 Damien Mc Fadden Lagan FC Senior Men 28.385 Daniel Bonner O40 men 28.4453 Aishling Rodgers Senior Lady 29.2842 Mary Curran Lifford ac Senior Lady 29.4643 Damien Monaghan Lifford ac Senior Men 29.47225 Mary Meilly 29.50114 John Boyle Ind O40 men 30.16116 Annmarie O Donnell Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 30.1769 Sarah Hunter O40 Lady 30.3475 Orla Redmond Senior Lady 31.0413 Georgiana Mc Crudden Senior Lady 31.18224 Ciara Meilly 31.1944 Lucinda Magee Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 31.42217 Mark Bonner 31.4414 Andrea Mc Gowan Finn Valley Senior Lady 31.5829 Catherine Gilligan Drumoghill Couch to 5k O50 lady 32.16104 Ciara Kavanagh Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 32.173 Graham Edge Senior Men 32.1960 Catherine Stewart Senior Lady 32.2749 Elaine Brogan Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 32.31229 Roseleen Lynch 32.4861 Ann O Donnell O50 Lady 32.53218 Conor Bonner 32.57222 Mathew Doran 32.58237 Niamh O Donnell 33.13221 mia Doran 33.14122 Emma Coyle Senior Lady 33.1570 Darah Rodgers Lagan FC Junior Men 33.4152 Laurren Gallagher Lagan FC Junior lady 33.42232 Amy Lynch 34.0924 Josephine Duggan O50 lady 34.17228 Eithne Wallace 34.38121 Gillian Doran Senior Lady 34.44120 Jannet Mc Crudden Senior Lady 34.45230 Gary Lynch 35.028 Olive Mc Ginley O40 Lady 35.0626 Damien Bonner Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Men 35.06244 Oisin Sharkey 35.14100 Karen Flood Senior lady 35.274 Ann Maria Gallagher O40 Lady 35.309 Germain Mc Ginley O40 Lady 35.3059 Deborah Clawson Drumoghill Couch to 5k O40 Lady 36.5225 Monica Bonner Drumoghill Couch to 5k O40 Lady 38.2951 Leah Gallagher Lagan FC Junior lady 38.5050 Damien Mc Fadden Jnr Lagan FC Junior boy 38.58234 Conal Brennan 40.07241 Gerard Sharkey 40.0823 Lisa Duncan Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 40.5348 Antennette Moore Drumoghill Couch to 5k Senior Lady 44.22219 Dee Dee Diver 44.51209 Laura Mullally 44.59243 Aine Sharkey 45.09211 Meave Gillen 45.15240 Aoibhean Diver 45.48236 Ronan O Donnell 45.50239 Bernadette Burke 45.50238 Eamon Burke 46.00242 Carmel Hackett 46.00226 Kate Gibson 46.27227 Joan Farrel 46.27245 Geraldine Connelly 47.00208 Hanna Gillen 47.02210 Katie Gillen 47.02206 Marian Dill 47.30220 Kathleen Diver 47.30200 Pauline Mc Ginley 47.47201 Loretto Patton 47.47213 Alison Gibson 49.32214 Ann Gibson 49.32215 Cathy Bonner 49.32216 Sarah Louise Bonner 49.32202 Laura Mc Ginley 50.13203 Grace Sheridan 52.14212 Emer Gillen 52.30207 Veronica Gillen 52.317 Linda Mc Daid Senior Lady12 Majella Mc Hugh O40 Lady31 Ann Marie Cunningham Drumoghill Couch to 5k Junior Lady223 Angela Doran231 Jodie Lynch233 Margorie Brennan235 Annette O DonnellTONER WINS MANOR 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: July 2nd, 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:donegalIvan TonerManor 5Klast_img read more

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