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Ole Miss used a 10-4 run to finish off the Bulldogs 25-19 and the match, 3-1.Quick Hits ? The Rebels improved to 16-13 overall Antworten

ATHENS, Ga. - A balanced attack with everyone contributing led to the Ole Miss volleyball team picking up a 3-1 (27-25, 23-25, 25-12, 25-19) win against Georgia on the road Sunday at the Ramsey Center. With the win, the Rebels are guaranteed their third straight winning season since the mid 80s with a 16-13 overall record heading into the final week of the season. It also marked the fourth straight win against Georgia.Georgia raced out to an 8-2 lead to start the match forcing Ole Miss to use a timeout early. The Bulldogs maintained their lead throughout until late in the set, when the Rebels tied it up at 22. Georgia regained the lead, 23-22, but then sophomore Kathryn Cather tied it up on the next play with one of her five kills in the set. Junior Kate Gibson delivered the Rebels their first set point, 24-23, but Georgia answered. Cathers fifth kill of the set handed the Rebels another set point, but the Bulldogs tied it again on a Rebel attack error. Senior Aubrey Edie pushed it over for the kill and then Gibson served up an ace on set point to complete the Rebels comeback, 27-25.Just like the first set, the Bulldogs took the early lead 7-3 and led 15-9 at the media timeout. Georgia went on to garner six set points leading 24-18, before the Rebels went on a 5-0 run to cut it to one, 24-23. The Bulldogs won the next point to finish the set 25-23 and tie the overall match 1-1.The Rebels didnt waste any time getting off to a solid start in set three. They hit .333 in the set and broke open a close one with a 14-4 run to go up 21-10 late. Ole Miss closed out the Bulldogs 25-12 to take a 2-1 lead in the match.Looking to get back in the match and force a fifth set, Georgia gained the first lead in set four and led by five, 13-8, but the Rebels answered with a 7-1 run to lead it 15-14 at the media timeout. After Georgia briefly tied it at 15-15, Ole Miss used a 10-4 run to finish off the Bulldogs 25-19 and the match, 3-1.Quick Hits ? The Rebels improved to 16-13 overall and 5-11 in the SEC. The win marked their second SEC road win of the season and fourth straight against Georgia.? With the win, the Rebels are guaranteed their third straight winning season for the first time since the mid 80s.? Junior outside hitter Lexi Thompson posted her SEC-leading 19th double-double with 15 kills and 15 digs.? Junior right side Kathryn Cather has missed nine SEC matches this season due to concussion symptoms and started her first match since the Auburn contest on Oct. 19. Cather tallied a team-high 17 kills on a .480 clip.? Junior middle blocker Taylor Alexander finished with 13 kills on a .462 hitting percentage. She also added 4 blocks. It marked her third double-digit kill performance in SEC play.? Junior outside hitter Kate Gibson recorded her 14th double-double with 10 kills and 12 digs.? Senior Aubrey Edie passed out 53 assists and also chipped in 5 kills on a .625 clip with zero errors.? Sophomore Caroline Adams tallied a career-high 25 assists as the Rebels finished with 68 digs. They lead the SEC in digs per match.? The Rebels hit .272 as a team with 64 kills.Up Next Ole Miss will travel to Tuscaloosa on Wednesday to face Alabama at 7 p.m., before closing out the season at home Nov. 25 against South Carolina. Cheap Curry Shoes Shoes . -- Team after team passed on Andre Ellington in the draft. Wholesale Curry Shoes Cheap .Y. -- Sabres defenceman Tyler Myers had no intention of changing his hard-hitting style before taking part in a disciplinary hearing for his illegal check to New Jersey forward Dainius Zubrus head. . Spiller left Week 3s 27-20 loss to the New York Jets with a thigh injury, but fully practiced with the team all week and expects to be ready to go on Sunday. Cheap Curry Shoes Wholesale . With their top three point guards and Kobe Bryant all sidelined by injury, the Lakers signed Marshall out of the D-League on Friday before their home game against Minnesota. Cheap Curry Shoes Clearance . Once again, DeLaet finished tied for second at a PGA Tour stop on the weekend, this time at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. The pride of Weyburn, Sask. CLEVELAND -- Major League Baseball said the umpires were wrong. The Athletics knew that all along. "We saw what we saw last night," Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. One day after umpire Angel Hernandez and his crew failed to reverse an obvious game-tying home run by As infielder Adam Rosales in the ninth inning following a video review, MLB executive vice-president Joe Torre said an "improper call" was made in Wednesdays game between the Indians and Athletics. However, despite pointing out the critical error, Torre said the "judgment" call will stand. The Indians won 4-3, and went on to sweep the four-game series with a 9-2 victory over the As on Thursday. Melvin, who had been in contact with MLB officials since shortly after Wednesdays game, said he never thought the ruling would be overturned. "No, I didnt think there was any chance at that," he said, "because thered been calls before that have been missed and nothings happened because of it." Few, though, seemed as egregious as this error. The As were already down by six runs in the series finale when Torres statement was released. In it, the former Yankees manager made it clear the umpires had blown the call. "By rule, the decision to reverse a call by use of instant replay is at the sole discretion of the crew chief," Torre said. "In the opinion of Angel Hernandez, who was last nights crew chief, there was not clear and convincing evidence to overturn the decision on the field. It was a judgment call, and as such, it stands as final. "Home and away broadcast feeds are available for all uses of instant replay, and they were available to the crew last night. Given what we saw, we recognize that an improper call was made. Perfection is an impossible standard in any endeavour, but our goal is always to get the calls right. Earlier this morning, we began the process of speaking with the crew to thoroughly review all the circumstances surrounding last nights decision." Before MLBs ruling, Melvin said he still believed he witnessed a home run and nothing will ever change his mind. The stunning decision not to reverse the call was the talk of the sports world with everyone seeming to agree the As had been wronged. Retired Atlanta third baseman Chipper Jones didnt mince words with his take on the umpires blown call. "What good is instant replay if u dont have umpires who interpret it correctly?" Jones wrote on Twitter. "Some course of action has to be taken w/ umps. Even worse than that, there were 2 other umpires looking at it with him. What the hell were they lookin at?? Musta been "get away day"! In New York, Mets manager Terry Collins said that human error is part of the game. "Once in a while were going to make a mistake. I will always defend that," he said. "Pretty soon this game is going to be played by robots and well all be watching it.ddddddddddddquot; With two outs, Rosales sent a drive to left that appeared to easily clear the 19-foot-high outfield wall and strike a metal railing. Melvin asked Hernandez and his crew to review the hit, and three umpires left the field to view replays in a designated area near their dressing room. After a lengthy delay, the umpires returned and instructed Rosales, who was set to sprint home, to stay at second, a decision that shocked him the As, the Indians, 14,000 fans in attendance at Progressive Field and people watching on television. Following Thursdays game, Rosales shrugged when he was told about Torres ruling. "Thats the final decision," he said. "I mean, theres nothing else you can do about it. Once it happened, it happened. Its over, that was yesterday. Just got to move on from it and continue forward." Bartolo Colon (3-2) was tagged for three homers in four innings by the Indians, who swept a four-game set from the As for the first time since 1999. "He didnt look awful," Melvin said. "The velocity was there, the balls he got in the middle of the plate they hit and they did it the whole series. So, sometimes the other team just beats you and today that was the case. We had a couple chances early on, and we didnt come through. "And every time they had an opportunity, they did." Melvin brought his lineup card to home plate before Thursdays game for his first face-to-face meeting with Hernandez and his crew since the disputed ruling. Melvin was cordial and returned to the dugout after having joked earlier he hoped he wouldnt get ejected. Did he say anything to the umps? "Nope," he said. "Just Hi. Thats fine by me." Randy Marsh, MLBs director of umpires, attended Thursdays game. Marsh did not comment specifically on the disputed play, but was sent to Cleveland to speak with the umpires and make sure the replay equipment was functioning properly. Marsh said everything appeared to be in order. For the As, their four days in Cleveland couldnt have gone much worse. Oakland came to town after winning two of three against the Yankees, but the majors top-scoring team managed just eight runs in four games against the Indians. "Theyre playing great, cant do anything wrong," Melvin said. "And were struggling. Thats what happened. What happened last night shouldnt affect today. They just beat us." NOTES: Josh Donaldson homered in the sixth inning for the As. ... Oakland continues its 10-game trip on Friday in Seattle with the opener of a three-game series. ... Melvin said Jarrod Parker (sore neck) will make his scheduled start on Saturday against the Mariners. ... Oakland pitchers have given up 22 homers in the past 12 games after allowing 20 over the first 24. .... The As are 6-14 since opening the season 12-4. AP Baseball Writer Ben Walker in New York contributed to this report. China NFL Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Online Stitched Hockey Jerseys Wholesale Baseball Jerseys Football Jerseys Outlet College Jerseys For Sale Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale NFL Jerseys ' ' '



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