SH Animal Shelter’s Unconditional Love

first_imgThe Southampton Animal Shelter Foundation hosted its 10th annual Unconditional Love dinner dance on Saturday, July 20, in Southampton. The event chair was Jean Shafiroff and the honoree, Aimee Sadler, founder and CEO of Dogs Playing for Life. The event’s host committee included Antonella Bertello, Amy Cosman, Missy Hargraves, Sharon Kerr, and Randi Schatz. The junior chair was Kate McEntee, and junior co-chairs included Kingsley Crawford, Jenny Dwork, and Merritt Piro. Sharelast_img

Japan Golf Association offers national team coaching position to Ai Miyazato for 2020 Olympics

first_imgFormer world No. 1 Ai Miyazato has been offered a position as national women’s team coach for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Japan Golf Association executive Hiroshi Yamanaka said Thursday.Yamanaka said the JGA’s committee in charge of Olympic-related matters sent the retired golf pro an official offer letter on March 5. Miyazato retired from competitive golf at age 32 at the end of the 2017 season, drawing the curtain on a 14-year career that included nine U.S. LPGA Tour titles and 15 domestic tour wins.Her last competition was the Sept. 14-17 Evian Championship in France, the same event where she earned her first LPGA victory in 2009.“It’s hard to imagine (myself in that position). It would be an honor but I would need to think about it very carefully,” Miyazato said in October when the JGA announced it would offer her the coaching role. KEYWORDS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5center_img Ai Miyazato | KYODO Tokyo 2020, Ai Miyazato, 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Japan Golf Association RELATED PHOTOSlast_img read more

LSU WR John Diarse and ESPN’s Chris Lowe on LSU Podcast

first_imgBATON ROUGE – Welcome to a new feature of LSU football coverage on the Gannett Louisiana newspaper websites. We will be producing a weekly podcast on LSU football featuring host Glenn Guilbeau, who covers LSU, and various guests, including LSU football players.Join us this week for an interview with Tigers’ wide receiver John Diarse, a redshirt freshman from Monroe who shares a story about his anticipation of the 2014 season through an anecdote about his mother, Sheila Diarse. Sportswriter extraordinaire Chris Low of ESPN.com also joins Guilbeau and breaks down the Tigers leading up to their season opener against Wisconsin on Saturday night.Click here to listen to the podcast.last_img