Phish’s Page McConnell Sat In With Twiddle In Vermont Last Night [Pro-Shot]

first_imgUPDATE: Twiddle and Frendly Productions has shared exclusive pro-shot video of this sit-in! Watch it streaming, below.When Twiddle told fans that anything could happen at their inaugural Tumble Down Festival, they really weren’t kidding.On the second and final night of their Burlington, VT event, the band welcomed none other than Phish keyboardist Page McConnell to the stage. McConnell joined keyboardist Ryan Dempsey for some jamming on the Twiddle original tune, “When It Rains, It Poors.” The song also featured some work from pianist Holly Bowling, who helped open things up with a set-opening “Hatti’s Jam” interlude.The festival also featured sets from Nahko & Medicine For The People, Cabinet and more! You can see the full uTwiddle setlist, which also includes a sit-in from Scotty Zwang of Dopapod during “Lost In The Cold,” below.Setlist: Twiddle at Tumble Down, Burlington, VA – 7/30/16Set 1: Subconscious Prelude > Earth Mama, Brick Of Barley, Daydream Farmer, Second Wind, Indigo Trigger > Subconscious Prelude, Best Feeling[1]Set 2: Hatti’s Jam[2] -> When It Rains, It Poors[3], Dr. Remidi’s Melodium, Grandpa Fox, Lost In The Cold[4], Wasabi Eruption -> The BoxShow Notes: This show was a part of the “Festively Plump” 2016 summer tour. This was the second night of the inaugural Tumble Down music festival. Cabinet opened the show followed by Nahko and Medicine For The People right before Twiddle. Holly Bowling played a tweener set.[1] “Best Feeling” contained a “Smooth Criminal” (Michael Jackson) jam.[2] “Hatti’s Jam” was started by Holly Bowling solo and slowly blended into a full band performance of “When It Rains, It Poors” featuring Holly. [3] “When It Rains, It Poors” featured Holly Bowling and Page McConnell (Phish) on keys. [4] “Lost In The Cold” featured Scotty Zwang (Dopapod) on drums.  [Photo via Dave DeCrescente]last_img read more

Group considers loft resolution

first_imgStudent Senate discussed Saturday’s cancelation of PigTostal and the Office of Housing’s decision to remove lofts from St. Edward’s Hall at its meeting Wednesday. Student body president Brett Rocheleau said police forces told him a neighbor alerted them that a party that was planned did not have a permit. He said people must request these permits at least 15 days in advance, so the students organizing PigTostal could not get one in time for the event. “It was completely an isolated incident where basically the police force and the administration weren’t looking to cancel this party,” Rocheleau said. “They were working with it, they were expecting it to occur. So it’s not going to keep coming up every weekend, these types of incidents.” Senate considered a resolution asking the Office of Housing to reconsider its decision to remove all lofts from St. Edward’s Hall by the 2013-2014 academic year and replace them with modular furniture. Sean Long, St. Edward’s senator, said building the lofts is a First Year Orientation ritual for the residence hall. Rocheleau said the Office of Housing considers the lofts a safety issue because they block the spots in the ceilings that release water in the case of a fire. “By them knowing that this is occurring, they don’t feel right letting it slide,” he said. The group passed the resolution after debate. Senate passed a resolution requesting Auxiliary Operations to ask for student feedback about the Notre Dame ID card. It also passed resolutions asking for the creation of to centralize service opportunities and asking for revision of the Physical Education wellness program to initiate discussion about gender issues. Senate passed a resolution amending the student government elections process. The resolution stated, “For the purpose of petitions, the original signature of an undergraduate student shall be required to signify approval of the placement of a candidate or ticket on the ballot … In the event that an election proceeds to a runoff, all tickets in the runoff may have a nominal increase in their funding equivalent to 20 percent of the funding initially allocated for the primary election.” Campus Ministry Liaison Ellen Carroll introduced a resolution requesting the University begin each home football game with a prayer. She said the football team would be a starting point, but the practice would ideally extend to other varsity sports. “A lot of students who went to Catholic high schools, their sports games would start with a prayer,” Carroll said. “People have been talking about what would it be like to start Notre Dame football games with the same kind of thing.” If the prayer were instated, the exact wording would be determined through collaboration between various University offices, such as the Office of Campus Ministry and the Office of the President, Carroll said. Rocheleau said the resolution is not meant to impose religion on anyone, and the prayer would not profess belief in any specific faith. “It just says bless the players so no one gets hurt, no one gets harm, there’s fair play,” he said. “So I hope no one would ever feel that we’re imposing our religion on anyone … And we would make sure the prayer focuses on being generalized for all religions.” Senate tabled the prayer resolution and will discuss it again at the next meeting. Student body vice president Katie Rose reminded senators if someone feels a discriminatory incident was not handled correctly by his rector, he can report the incident to someone in a position of greater authority. “If you do have a problem, if you think you weren’t treated correctly or a matter wasn’t treated correctly, you can go to the head of the rectors, who is [Associate Vice President for Residential Life] Heather Russell,” she said.last_img read more

Second annual Women’s Investment Summit features female voices in finance

first_imgThe Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing (NDIGI) will hold the second annual Women’s Investment Summit (WIS) from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, featuring 26 female speakers who will discuss their pathway to success in the investment field. The event is sponsored by BlackRock, Goldman Sachs, Premier, Six Street Partners and Wellington Management.“We’re trying to help more women in finance,” said Erin Bellissimo, managing director for the NDIGI. “What better way to tie into one of our key priorities, which is inclusion, with an investment conference that also can help the participants in career discernment and understanding the investment landscape? There will be a lot of educational learning that can go on to help with career choices. In addition, we’re going to be doing some case studies with very experiential learning.”To preface the WIS, the NDIGI held the final round of a stock pitch competition Thursday night. Senior Lauren Weetman, committee chair for the competition and the WIS, said there were originally 21 teams entered in the contest. Three panelists who were coming for the WIS judged the top three teams, giving those students the opportunity to get feedback on their work from people already in the field.“It’s pretty rare that students are able to manage $900,000 on their own, and we wanted to extend that opportunity across the entire campus,” she said. “We thought it worked really well with the WIS, where we’re focused on bringing more people into investing. The stock pitch competition is another way of furthering that mission — and, having these incredible people in for the WIS meant that we could have some amazing judges for the competition.”Some of the speakers at the WIS graduated from the University, some currently work for the University and some are not affiliated with Notre Dame at all. Each one, however, is deeply involved with the finance world and especially passionate about women’s role in investing, Bellissimo said.“Cathy Murphy, the president of personal investing at Fidelity, is not an alum, but she’s coming because she believes in this issue so deeply,” she said. “I think all of the participants are coming because they realize that women have to take the lead on trying to help solve this issue of not having a lot of retention of women in the industry.”Although every panelist is female, the event is geared toward all students at Notre Dame — male and female alike. Senior Claire Eilers, committee chair for speakers, said the event is open to students from schools throughout the University because it showcases the opportunities available in the investing world.“Last year, really only female students came, and that’s not the point of the summit; it’s supposed to be for men and women,” Eilers said. “This conference is targeting this huge discrepancy of women not being in these leadership roles in the investment managing industry, and everyone should come learn about that issue.”While this is only the second year the NDIGI has held the WIS, Bellissimo hopes it will continue to grow in the future. It provides a special opportunity for students to hear from women in the investing field, which is not always common, she said.“I’ve gone to quite a few investing conferences in my time here at Notre Dame, and it’s rare to even have one woman speak at them. The fact that it’s all women is something that’s kind of groundbreaking, and I think it’s great for Notre Dame,” Weetman said. “It’s hard to picture being an investor if you can’t see other women doing it.”Tags: finance, investing, women’s investment summitlast_img read more

Weekend Poll: Which Broadway Star Cracks You Up the Most on Twitter?

first_img Andy Mientus Alan Cumming Lesli Margherita View All (4) Do you know what always makes our day a little brighter? A hilarious tweet from one of our favorite Broadway stars, of course! But we have so many favorites on Twitter, we just couldn’t narrow the list down ourselves, so we asked you to help. This week, you tweeted us @broadwaycom to tell us which Broadway star’s Twitter account cracks you up the most. We know, we know, this is a really tough choice—there’s Laura Benanti’s laugh-out-loud one-liners, the regal musings of Queen Lesli Margherita…and who can forget that time Lin-Manuel Miranda spent the whole day live-tweeting Saved by the Bell? So now that you’ve narrowed the list down to 10 contenders, we want to know: Which Broadway star deserves an honorary Tony Award for Best Twitter Account? Cast your vote below!center_img View Comments Laura Benanti Star Fileslast_img read more

Scholes: Rashford can learn from Van Nistelrooy

first_imgManchester United legend Paul Scholes has urged Marcus Rashford to study the game of Ruud van Nistelrooy. Rashford held informal talks with the agency’s representatives in Miami last weekend Scholes says no-one knew where the back of the net was like Van Nistelrooy. And Scholes reckons Rashford should take note. He said: “I played No 10 with Ruud for a season – and I loved it. He’s just a ruthless, ruthless goalscorer. He just lived for scoring goals. “Whenever he did score or didn’t score, the first thing he would do when we got on the team bus after the game was see if Thierry Henry scored. “And if Henry had scored he wouldn’t talk to anybody for the full trip home because he was so engrossed in being the leading goalscorer, not just at United but in the league, in the world, everywhere. “I loved the way Ruud finished as well. I played with some unbelievable centre forwards. You are thinking Cole, Dwight Yorke, Sheringham, Solskjaer. There are loads. read also:Rashford: Honour to work with Giggs and Rooney “There are some unbelievable goalscorers. But, to me, Van Nistelrooy was the best finisher.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterFrom Enemies To Friends: 10 TV Characters Who Became Close5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Best Car Manufacturers In The WorldWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?8 Addictive And Fun Coffee Facts7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It Appearedlast_img read more

ISP provides cyber crime training to Ukrainian officials

first_imgINDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana State Police know cyber crime knows no borders.The agency provided training to Ukrainian law enforcement cyber crime investigators on Wednesday.Members of the Ukrainian law enforcement delegation also toured the Indiana State Police Cyber Crime Office, giving them insight into the cutting-edge forensic work performed by the Indiana State Police.The training and tour was part of an exchange program coordinated by the United States Department of Justice and College of Technology, Purdue University.Visiting members of the delegation included representatives from the Ministry of Interior of Ukraine, Cybercrime Division as well as personnel from the Kiev National Police Academy, Odessa Police Academy, Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs, Dnipropetrovsk State University of Internal Affairs, Security Service of Ukraine, The Ukrainian Scientific and Research Institute of Special Equipment and Forensic Expertise and the Kiev National Academy of Prosecutors of Ukraine, Ministry of Justice.Forging working relationships with foreign governments allows all concerned to work together to detect and prosecute persons responsible for computer crimes, including network intrusion, online child exploitation, and online fraud.last_img read more

Lady Bulldogs MS Teams Sweep Lady Eagles

first_imgThe Batesville 7th Grade Girls’ Basketball team extended their win streak to four straight with a convincing 34-12 win over Jac-Cen-Del.Liz Heidlage and Abby Westerfeld scored 9 and 8 points respectively to pace the team. Macy Prickel contributed 4 points, while Ellie Cassidy chipped in with 3. Anna Bauer, Ellie Haverkos, Gwen Martin, and Kari Reer all reached the scoring colunm with a field goal each.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.The BMS Girls’ 8th Grade Basketball team picked up their second win of the season defeating Jac Cen Del by a score of 27 to 16.Hattie Westerfeld scored 10 points and Ellie Waechter and Kendall Dickman added 7 points each. Tori Kurtz (2 points) and Stephanie Nobbe (1 point) rounded out the scoring.Dickman and Waechter each had 3 assists as Westerfeld pulled down 9 rebounds.Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Thomas Barnett.last_img read more

Applications accepted for 2018 Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy

first_imgIndianapolis, In. — The American Legion Department of Indiana is proud to announce that the Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy is currently accepting applications for the 2018 class.The Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy, which is a partnership between the Indiana Troopers Youth Services and The American Legion Dept. of Indiana, provides first-hand experiences and insight into the operations of law enforcement agencies.  The program also affords these highly motivated young people an opportunity to consider law enforcement as a potential career choice.“If this program changes one life, keeps one at-risk youth off the streets and out of a body bag if it redirects one Hoosier youth life from negative to positive, we believe it’s worth it,” said Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy Chairman Mark Gullion.The 2018 Academy will be limited to the first 50 registered applicants.  Registration is open to boys and girls currently in grades 9 thru 12.  The registration/sponsorship fee is $300.00 per Cadet.  This fee, which may be paid by a Post, District or by donation, is payable to the Department of Indiana no later than June 1, 2018.The 2018 Academy will take place on the campus of the University of Indianapolis (UI), July 15th thru 20th, 2018. Please visit the website for more registration information and form or contact Sgt. Danielle Elwood Henderson at (317) 450-8720 for information.The American Legion is comprised of more than 77,000 military service veterans who have served honorably during times of conflict in defense of their nation and has been active within Indiana since 1919. The Indiana American Legion has represented veterans from every major conflict since World War II to Iraq and Afghanistan within its membership.last_img read more

Ambris helps Volcanoes break losing streak

first_imgNORTH SOUND, Antigua, (CMC) – Sunil Ambris struck his fourth half-century in five innings as Windward Islands Volcanoes broke their three-game losing skid with a comfortable five-wicket victory over West Indies Under-19s here yesterday.Chasing an uncomplicated 208 for victory at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium, Volcanoes got home in the 41st over with the right-handed Ambris hitting an unbeaten 67.Opener Johnson Charles hit a typically breezy 41 while Shane Shillingford finished on 25 not out.Leg-spinner Mikyle Louis left his mark with two for 45.Matthew Patrick had earlier top-scored with 45 while fellow opener Shian Brathwaite got 42, as West Indies Under-19s rallied to 207 for nine off 50 overs.Seamer Kyle Mayers produced a superb spell of four for 38 from his 10 overs and former West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford was equally excellent with three for 22 from 10 overs.Sent in, the Under-19s flourished early on as Patrick and Brathwaite put on an excellent 88 off 91 balls for the first wicket.The left-handed Patrick faced 91 balls and counted two fours and a six while Brathwaite hit three fours and two sixes in a 60-ball knock.Once Brathwaite was bowled by Shillingford in the 23rd over, the Under-19s lost four wickets for 25 runs to slump to 113 for four in the 21st over.However, a 47-run fifth wicket partnership between Shamar Springer (29) and Kirstan Kallicharan (24) propped up the innings and ensured the Under-19s got beyond 200.In reply, Charles got Volcanoes off to a brisk start, adding 43 off 44 balls for the first wicket with Tyrone Theophile who made 19.The right-handed Charles, who stroked five fours and a six, also put on 33 for the second wicket with Devon Smith (12) before three wickets fell for 30 runs, to leave Volcanoes tentatively placed on 106 for four in the 23rd over.Ambris then came to his side’s aid, anchoring two partnerships to erase any doubt about the result. He faced 78 balls and counted six fours, putting on 62 for the fifth wicket with Kavem Hodge (19) and another 42 in an unbroken sixth wicket stand with Shillingford.Gaining a promotion in the order, Shillingford made it count, whacking a four and two sixes in a 16-ball cameo to deflate the Under-19s challenge.WINDIES UNDER-19sS Brathwaite b Shillingford 42M Patrick c wkp Ambris b Shillingford 45B Yadram c and b Sebastien 8+E Stewart c wkp Ambris b Shillingford 3S Springer c Sebastien b Mayers 29K Kallicharan c wkp Ambris b Mayers 24K Paul c wkp Ambris b Mayers 0J Bishop c and b Mayers 11M Louis not out 9J Spencer b Williams 2O McCoy not out 12Extras (w22) 22TOTAL (9 wkts, 50 overs) 207Fall of wickets: 1-88, 2-99, 3-107, 4-113, 5-160, 6-160, 7-177, 8-186, 9-189.Bowling: Matthew 5-0-25-0 (w4), Mayers 10-0-38-4 (w1), Williams 9-0-44-1 (w8), Hodge 6-1-38-0, Shillingford 10-1-22-3, Sebastien 10-0-40-1 (w9).VOLCANOESJ Charles c Bishop b Louis 41T Theophile b Paul 19D Smith c Springer b Bishop 12A Fletcher c wkp Stewart b Louis 13+S Ambris not out 67K Hodge c Brathwaite b Patrick 19S Shillingford not out 25Extras (b4, w7, nb3) 14TOTAL (5 wkts, 40.2 overs) 210Did not bat: *L Sebastien, K Mayers, K Williams, M Matthews,Fall of wickets: 1-43, 2-76, 3-82, 4-106, 5-168.Bowling: McCoy 3-0-22-0 (nb2), Paul 8-0-52-1 (w3, nb1), Bishop 10-1-36-1 (w2), Louis 9.2-0-45-2, Kallicharan 3-0-14-0, Yadram 2-0-14-0, Spencer 3-0-15-0, Patrick 2-0-8-1 (w1).Points: Volcanoes 4, Under-19s.last_img read more

The Latest: Sounders say worker tests positive for virus

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditWhatsappThe Latest on the coronavirus outbreak’s effect on sports around the world (all times local):5:11 p.m.The Seattle Sounders say a member of the team’s support staff is in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19. Closures include all Nordic and Alpine ski resorts including Mt. Van Hoevenberg in Lake Placid, Belleayre Mountain Ski Resort in the Catskills, Gore Mountain in North Creek and Whiteface Mountain in Wilmington, near Lake Placid. All Lake Placid Olympic sites will also be closing, including the Olympic Jumping Complex, Olympic Sports Complex, The Olympic Oval and the Olympic Center including its museum and retail shops.___6:45 p.m.Soccer players at Brazilian club Gremio have staged a protest of their own by wearing face masks on the field before the start of their game against São José on Sunday. The F1 US Grand Prix remains scheduled for Oct. 25 if the season resumes. Formula One has postponed all races until at least May. MotoGP has tentatively rescheduled its Texas race for Nov. 15.“The joy of creating memorable occasions has been replaced with the disappointing reality of a worldwide crisis,” track officials said in a statement. “We hope everyone stays healthy, heeds the caution advises by leaders and experts, and comes back to COTA when good times return.”__5 p.m.Major League Soccer has extended the moratorium on team training through Friday. MLS announced a 30-day suspension of match play on Thursday because of the new coronavirus.The league said Sunday that players should remain in the market of their team and exercise safe social distancing. MLS said it is working with its players’ association and other North American professional leagues on a protocol to allow players at training facilities for rehabilitation or individual training.___2:10 p.m.Professional soccer is shutting down in Mexico following Sunday’s matches, which were already being played with no fans present as a precaution due to the new coronavirus. The team says the staff member worked the club’s match against Columbus on March 7, but did not become ill until four days later. The team said the individual did not have access to the general public and “only had access to the team in controlled areas during the game.”The team said no players or coaches have reported having any symptoms related to the coronavirus.“We remain in constant communication with a number of regional and national health authorities, and based on the information we collectively have at this time, there is not felt to be a risk to any fans that attended our March 7 match at CenturyLink Field,” Seattle general manager Garth Lagerwey said in a statement. “The individual that tested positive for COVID-19 did not have access to the public on matchday, and fortunately we have no other confirmed cases within the club at this time. Alongside public health authorities, we are actively monitoring this situation, and should new details emerge, we will continue proactively communicating with our community.”___5:34 p.m. ___3:39 p.m.Texas general manager Jon Daniels says the team has “effectively” closed down its training camp in Arizona, with a bulk of players from the big league camp electing to go home. He says 15 to 20 players were headed to the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where they either have a primary residence or a place where they live during the regular season.A charter plane was scheduled Monday for players to return to Texas, though some still elected to drive their own cars from the Arizona camp that is just more than 1,000 miles from their new ballpark in Arlington, Texas. Daniels said five or six players would be staying in Arizona, along with some staff members who have their offseason homes in the area. Other coaches were returning home to be with their families. NCAA President Mark Emmert has said postponing the tournament indefinitely was not feasible.___4:45 p.m.Brazil’s soccer confederation has suspended all competitions under its control due to the coronavirus outbreak.The tournaments affected include the men’s Brazilian Cup, the top two tiers of the women’s Brazilian championship, and junior tournaments. Valencia’s Argentine defender Ezequiel Garay says that he has tested positive for the coronavirus, making him the first Spanish league player to become infected. “I have tested positive for the coronavirus,” Garay wrote on a social media account Sunday. “I feel well and now the only thing to do is to follow the instructions of health officials to remain confined.”Valencia added in a statement that a total of five members of its staff and team have the new virus, without specifying if Garay is the only player. It says that all are in good health and confined at their homes.Garay, who is recovering from surgery after tearing a ligament in February, said in a message posted on Instagram that “it’s clear that 2020 is starting on the wrong foot.”On Saturday, fellow Spanish club Alavés said that two members of its coaching staff had the virus. It said they are in good health. The Latest: Sounders say worker tests positive for virus The measure applies to the men’s top flight and second division as well as the fledgling women’s league. Soccer officials said in a statement that the suspension would remain in effect until it’s determined that it’s safe to restart play in coordination with Mexico’s Health Department.Mexico previously played soccer matches without fans for several weeks during the 2009 H1N1 influenza health emergency, an outbreak with Mexico as the epicenter.Federal health officials on Saturday night raised the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the country to 41, up from 26 the previous day and 11 the day before that. On Sunday at least two more were announced by state-level authorities.___ One of the prep races for the Kentucky Derby has been canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.The $700,000 Sunland Derby on March 22 in New Mexico was called off Sunday, according to a report in the El Paso Times.Officials at the track across the border from El Paso, Texas, also said it would be the last day of racing to comply with the request of the governor. The meet was scheduled to end April 21.The Sunland Derby winner would have earned 50 points toward qualifying for the 20-horse field in the Kentucky Derby. Track officials had previously said the race would be run without spectators.It’s the second time the Sunland Derby has been canceled. In 2016, an outbreak of an equine herpes virus among the horse population forced it to be called off. Serie A is currently suspended until April 3, along with all other sports in Italy, the European epicenter of the virus outbreak.UEFA has a meeting planned on Tuesday to discuss the calendar. The virus outbreak has also tested the limits of soccer’s World Cup schedule.___1:15 p.m. ___4:49 p.m.The Texas racetrack that hosts the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix and other motor racing series announced it is closing indefinitely after a series of cancellations because of concerns about the coronavirus.The Circuit of the Americas was supposed to host the MotoGP Grand Prix of the Americas on April 5 and the IndyCar Challenge on April 26. Both races have been canceled. The track is also home to the USL soccer team Austin Bold and the league season has been suspended.The facility also has a concert amphitheater and hosts large concerts and other events. Austin city officials have banned gatherings of 250 people or more at least until May 1. Associated Press March 15, 2020 4:05 p.m.NCAA vice president of men’s basketball Dan Gavitt says brackets won’t be created for the NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments that were canceled due to coronavirus concerns. Gavit says he made the decision and it was supported by basketball committees.“There is not an authentic way to produce tournament fields and brackets at this point without speculating,” Gavitt said Sunday, the day the men’s NCAA Tournament field had been scheduled to be announced. “And, that isn’t fair to the teams that would be positively or negatively impacted by manufacturing March Madness. More importantly, in light of this global health crisis, I believe we need to keep college basketball in perspective.”College basketball’s showcase was canceled on Thursday, leading to suggestions from coaches and athletic directors to release brackets for the event even though it won’t happen this year.“Players and coaches want to see their school name on the bracket,” Gavitt acknowledges. “Members of the media want to dissect matchups. Bracketologists want to compare the work of the committees versus what they’ve predicted. Fans are curious for those same reasons. All of us want something to fill the void we’re feeling. However, anything less than a credible process is inconsistent with the tradition of the NCAA basketball championships. … There will always be an asterisk next to the 2020 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball championships regardless if brackets are released.” Gremio players and coaching staff arrived at the Rio Grande do Sul state championship game wearing the masks. Authorities in Brazil have not ordered the cancellation or postponement of sporting events because of the corona pandemic but recommended that games are held without fans. Grêmio beat tiny São José 3-2 with no fans present.___5:15 p.m. The Italian soccer federation is planning to ask UEFA to postpone the European Championship.Federation president Gabriele Gravina tells Mediaset TV that Italian officials want Serie A to be completed by June 30.The Stadio Olimpico in Rome is slated to host the opening match of Euro 2020 on June 12, plus three other games of the tournament.Gravina says, “The hope is to finish by June 30. … And we’ll need to insert the Champions League and Europa League also. The deadline is June 30, then we’ll eventually see if we need to exceed that.”He adds, “We’ll propose to UEFA that they postpone the Euros.” The men’s top-tier Brazilian championship is scheduled to begin in April. The decision does not affect state championships currently being played. Some matches were held without any fans this weekend in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. São Paulo, Rio and other state soccer bodies are set to decide Monday on their course of action.___2:50 p.m.The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority says all of the ski areas and venues that it manages will suspend operation at the close of business Sunday. When asked what his biggest baseball concern was, Daniels responded: “I don’t really have one to be honest with you, my head’s not even there. It might have been a few days ago, but it’s been pretty solely focused on making sure everyone’s got what they need, and everyone’s family is taken care of, and that we can get everybody home. We’re going to have plenty of time to figure out the baseball piece.”___6:24 p.m.Keeneland announced it will be closed to all non-essential guests starting Monday. Only essential employees, owners, trainers, veterinarians, blacksmiths and stable workers will be allowed into the track in Lexington, Kentucky.The track will set up screening checkpoints to monitor those seeking access and everyone will have their temperature taken. Only people with a temperature less than 100.5 degrees and showing no symptoms of the COVID-19 virus will be admitted. The screening will continue indefinitely. The Spanish league has suspended play due to the pandemic. Most people quickly recover from the global virus after experiencing only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.___More AP sports: and read more