Twenty-One Southland Athletes Punch Tickets to NCAA Outdoor Championships

first_imgA full schedule of events can be found here. Southeastern LouisianaMen:Devin King (Pole Vault) – 2nd out 39, 17-06.50Adrian Williams (Javelin Throw) – 12th out of 46, 206-04 Northwestern StateMen:Micah Larkins (100m) – 10th out of 24 – 10.134x100m Relay (Kie’Ave Harry, Micah Larkins, Amir James, Tre’Darius Carr) – 10th out of 21 – 39.34Cedric Paul (Shot Put) – 12th out of 47 – 61-03.50 Featured events will broadcast live across the ESPN family of networks, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3. A detailed list of event broadcasts can be found here. McNeese earned a pair of qualifiers and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi garnered one out of their preliminaries. Cowgirl javelin thrower Morgan Woods finished eighth in her prelim while heptathlete Grace McKenzie earned a spot with her point total of 5,619. Islander pole vaulter Hannah McWilliams finished sixth. Sam Houston State will send seven total athletes qualifying out of the West Preliminary. Chris Jefferson qualified in the 100m as well as the 4x100m relay along with Fabian McCall, AJ Tisdel and Lawrence Coleman. Clayton Fritsch earned a spot in Eugene in the pole vault while Joshua Hernandez qualified in the hammer throw and Zachary Johnson nabbed the 12th and final spot in the triple jump. McNeeseWomen:Morgan Woods (Javelin Throw) – 8th out of 47 – 161-07Grace McKenzie (Heptathlon) – 5,619 Sam Houston StateMen:Chris Jefferson (100m) – 6th out of 24 – 10.394x100m Relay (Fabian McCall, Chris Jefferson, AJ Tisdel, Lawrence Coleman) – 10th out of 20 – 39.83Clayton Fritsch (Pole Vault) – 5th out of 38 – 17-02.75Zachary Johnson (Triple Jump) – 12th out of 45 – 51-02.75Joshua Hernandez (Hammer Throw) – 9th out of 45 – 210-08 Women:4x100m Relay (Daeshon Gordon, De’Shalyn Jones, Natashia Jackson, Deja Moore) – 9th out of 21 – 44.74Daeshon Gordon (100m Hurdles) – 8th out of 23 – 13.31 Northwestern State leads the way with nine total athletes qualifying in the East Preliminary. Micah Larkins finished 10th out of 24 in the 100m to qualify for Eugene along with the 4x100m relay with fellow Demons Kie’Ave Harry, Micah Larkins and Tre’Darius Carr. Cedric Paul earned the final qualifying spot in the shot put. On the Lady Demons’ side, the 4x100m relay squad of Daeshon Gordon, De’Shalyn Jones, Natashia Jackson and Deja Moore finished 10th out of 21 to earn a spot in Oregon. Daeshon Gordon finished 8th out of 23 in the 100m hurdles to earn an individual spot at the NCAA championships. Championships Homepage | Final Qualifying Lists | East Prelim Results | West Prelim ResultsEUGENE, Ore. – A total of 21 student-athletes from five Southland Conference universities will represent the league at the 2018 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Competition will be held from June 6-9 at University of Oregon’s Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. Southeastern Louisiana sends one of the nation’s best pole vaulter in Devin King, who finished tied for first in his preliminary with a cleared height of 17-06.50. His top mark of the season (19-0.25) ranks second in Division I. Adrian Williams also qualified in the men’s javelin for the Lions. Texas A&M-Corpus ChristiWomen:Hannah McWilliams (Pole Vault) – 6th out of 40, 13-08.50last_img read more

Google Drive is getting a full offline mode – heres how to

first_img Sign up for the Mobile NewsletterSign Up Please keep me up to date with special offers and news from Goodtoknow and other brands operated by TI Media Limited via email. You can unsubscribe at any time. We’d also like to send you special offers and news just by email from other carefully selected companies we think you might like. Your personal details will not be shared with those companies – we send the emails and you can unsubscribe at any time. Please tick here if you are happy to receive these messages.By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy & Cookies Policy. Google Drive is completing its lineup of files accessible offline by introducing offline options for PDFs, images, Microsoft Office and other non-Google files.Google says that the goal of the new additions is to “complete the offline experience for Google Drive”. PDFs, images and Microsoft Office join Google Docs, Sheets and Slides, which became the first of Google’s file types to join the new offline mode back in April.Related: What’s the best cloud storage service to use?Offline mode is designed to make accessing important files when you’re out and about a breeze. If you’ve ever tried to download your pics on the road or in a building with poor internet connectivity, then you probably already know what a difference a full offline mode could make.If you’re an admin or end user and want to be one of the first to access your files offline, you can apply to take part in beta testing now.Admins will need to enable Drive File Stream use and installation for their domain. To do this, visit this page to turn on sync for your organisation and install Drive File Stream on each user’s computer.Related: Best Phone 2019You’ll also need to enable offline access for your domain and devices by either installing policies on each computer or by allowing users to turn on offline access individually.Then all you need to do is apply to join the beta here.If you opted into the Alpha for offline Docs, Sheets and Slides, you will automatically find yourself white listed for the latest beta.Related: Best Android Phones 2019End users can also access the beta early – all you have to do is enable offline mode from within the Drive or Docs settings. Then you just need to sign into Chrome and access Drive File Stream to right click your non-Google files and mark them as available offline. There’s even an offline preview button so you can check which files you have ready to go once your connection cuts out.Offline mode for Google Docs is not currently supported in ChromeOS but Google is working on a fix to bring the feature to the browser in the future. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. Show More Unlike other sites, we thoroughly review everything we recommend, using industry standard tests to evaluate products. We’ll always tell you what we find. We may get a commission if you buy via our price links.Tell us what you think – email the Editorlast_img read more

Here are some of the craziest electric vehicles at Paris Motor Show

That’s not a swipe at your buying power, it’s a matter of automakers loving to unveil wacky electric vehicles that they rarely if ever bring to productionThere were a bunch of those vehicles at the Paris Motor Show this week. Here are some of them. more…The post Here are some of the craziest electric vehicles at Paris Motor Show that you’ll never be able to buy appeared first on Electrek. Source: Charge Forward