Proposed amendments dealing with sealing court records and documents

first_img Proposed amendments dealing with sealing court records and documents Pursuant to the Court’s request in In re Amendments to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.420—Sealing of Court Records and Dockets , 954 So. 2d 16 (Fla. 2007), the Rules of Judicial Administration Committee has filed with the Florida Supreme Court a report and proposed amendments to rule 2.420, Public Access to Judicial Branch Records, addressing the sealing of circuit and county court records in criminal cases. The Committee proposes adoption of new rule 2.420(e), Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential, as well as several minor changes to subdivisions (c), Exemptions, and (d), Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Noncriminal cases Confidential. In addition to the Committee’s proposals, the Court sua sponte has drafted proposed amendments to rule 2.420 addressing the sealing of appellate court records in both non-criminal and criminal cases and addressing several additional matters as well. The Court has incorporated some, but not all, of the Committee’s proposals into its own proposals. The Committee’s proposals are listed below under Part One: “The Rules of Judicial Administration Committee’s Proposed Amendments.” The Court’s proposals are listed below under Part Two: “The Florida Supreme Court’s Proposed Amendments.” The Court invites all interested persons to comment on the proposed amendments, which are reproduced in full below, as well as online at http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/proposed.shtml . An original and nine paper copies of all comments must be filed with the Court on or before April 1, 2008, with a certificate of service verifying that a copy has been served on the committee chair, Honorable Robert T. Benton II, First District Court of Appeal, 301 South Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32399-6601, as well as a separate request for oral argument if the person filing the comment wishes to participate in oral argument, which may be scheduled in this case. The committee chair has until April 22, 2008, to file a response to any comments filed with the Court. Electronic copies of all comments also must be filed in accordance with the Court’s administrative order In re Mandatory Submission of Electronic Copies of Documents , Fla. Admin. Order No. AOSC04-84 (Sept. 13, 2004). IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE: AMENDMENTS TO FLORIDA RULE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION 2.420, CASE NO. SC07-2050 ____________________________________________ PART ONE “The Rules of Judicial Administration Committee’s Proposed Amendments.” RULE 2.420. PUBLIC ACCESS TO JUDICIAL BRANCH RECORDS (a) [No change] (b) [No change] (c) Exemptions. The following records of the judicial branch shall be confidential: (1)-(8) [No change] (9) Any court record determined to be confidential in case decision or court rule on the grounds that (A)-(B) [No change] (C) no less restrictive measures are available to protect the interests set forth in subdivision (A) . ; (10) The names and any identifying information of judges mentioned in an advisory opinion of the Committee on Standards of Conduct for Judges Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee . (d) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Noncriminal Cases Confidential. (1)-(6) [No change] (7) Court records Records of a lower tribunal made confidential under this rule by that tribunal must be treated as confidential during any appellate review proceedings. In any case where an order making court records confidential remains in effect as of the time of an appeal, the clerk’s index must include a statement that an order making court records confidential has been entered in the matter and must identify such order by date or docket number. (e) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential. (1) Subdivision (d) shall apply to any request by the state or a defendant to make circuit or county court records confidential pursuant to subdivision (c)(9), except as provided in subdivision (e)(2). < p>(2) Any request to make court records confidential that may jeopardize either the safety of a person or an active criminal investigation may be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Restricted Motion to Make Court Records Confidential.” As to any motion made pursuant to this subdivision (e)(2), the following procedure shall apply: < p>(A) Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all court records that are the subject of such a motion must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling upon the motion. < p>(B) Except when the motion filed under this subdivision represents that both the movant and any other party subject to the motion agree to all of the relief requested, as evidenced by all such parties signing the motion, the court shall hold a hearing on a motion filed under this subdivision within 15 days of the filing of the motion, but such hearing shall be a closed session held in camera. The court shall issue a ruling on motions filed under this subdivision within 10 days of the hearing on contested motions or within 10 days of the filing of agreed motions. < p>(C) No order entered under this subdivision may authorize or approve the sealing of court records for any period longer than is necessary to achieve the objective of the motion, and in no event longer than 120 days. Extensions of an order issued hereunder may be granted for 60-day periods, but each such extension may be ordered only upon the filing of another motion in accordance with the procedures set forth under this subdivision. In the event of an appeal of a matter in which an order is entered under this subdivision, the lower tribunal shall retain jurisdiction to consider motions to extend orders issued hereunder during the course of the appeal. < p>(D) The provisions of subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G), (d)(6), and (d)(7) shall apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. The provisions of subdivisions (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3)(H), (d)(4), and (d)(5) shall not apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. < p>(E) The clerk of the court shall not publish any order of the court issued hereunder in accordance with subdivision (d)(4) unless directed by the court. (3) This subdivision (e) does not apply to records of the judicial branch deemed confidential under subdivisions (c)(1)-(c)(8) or (c)(10). (4) Requests to seal or expunge criminal history records must be made in accordance with Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.692. (ef) Judicial Review of Denial of Access Request. Expedited review of denials of access to records of the judicial branch shall be provided through an action for mandamus, or other appropriate appellate remedy, in the following manner: (1)-(2) [No change] (fg) Procedure. Requests and responses to requests for access to records under this rule shall be made in a reasonable manner. (1)-(3) [No change] Committee Note [No change] 2002 Court Commentary [No change] 2005 Court Commentary [No change] 2007 Court Commentary [No change] 2007 Committee Commentary [No change] ___________________________________________________ PART TWO “The Florida Supreme Court’s Proposed Amendments.” RULE 2.420. PUBLIC ACCESS TO JUDICIAL BRANCH RECORDS (a) [No change] (b) [No change] (c) Exemptions. The following records of the judicial branch shall be confidential: (1)-(8) [No change] (9) Any court record determined to be confidential in case decision or court rule on the grounds that (A)-(B) [No change] (C) no less restrictive measures are available to protect the interests set forth in subdivision (A) . ; (10) The names and any identifying information of judges mentioned in an advisory opinion of the Committee on Standards of Conduct for Judges Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee . (d) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Noncriminal Cases Confidential. (1) A request to make circuit and county court records in noncriminal cases confidential under subdivision (c)(9) must be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Motion to Make Court Records Confidential.” A motion made under this subdivision must: (A) identify the particular court records the movant seeks to make confidential with as much specificity as possible without revealing the information to be made confidential; and (B) specify the bases for making such court records confidential . ; and (C) set forth the specific legal authority and any applicable legal standards for making such court records confidential. Any motion made under this subdivision must include a signed certification by the party or the attorney for the party making the request that the motion is being made in good faith and is supported by a sound factual and legal basis. The Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all court records that are the subject to of such a motion made under this subdivision must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling on the motion. Notwithstanding any of the foregoing, the court may not make confidential the case number, docket number, or other number used by the clerk’s office to identify the case file. (2) -(4) [No change] (5) If a nonparty requests that the court vacate all or part of an order issued under subdivision (d)(3), the request must be made in the form of a written motion , filed in that court, that states with as much specificity as possible the bases for the request. The motion must set forth the specific legal authority and any applicable legal standards supporting the request. The movant must serve all parties in the action with a copy of the motion. In the event that the subject order specifies that the names or addresses of one or more parties are to be made confidential, the movant must state prominently in the caption of the motion “Confidential Party — Court Service Requested.” When a motion so designated is filed, the court shall be responsible for providing a copy of the motion to the parties in such a way as to not reveal the confidential information to the movant. Except when a motion filed under this subdivision represents that all parties agree to all of the relief requested, the court must hold a hearing before ruling on the motion. Whether or not any motion filed under this subdivision is agreed to by the parties, the court may in its discretion hold a hearing on such motion. Any hearing held under this subdivision must be an open proceeding, except that any party may request that the court conduct all or part of the hearing in camera to protect the interests set forth in subdivision (c)(9)(A). The movant shall be responsible for ensuring that a complete record of any hearing held under this subdivision be created, either by use of a court reporter or by any recording device that is provided as a matter of right by the court. (6) If the court determines that a motion made under subdivision (d)(1) was not made in good faith and supported by a sound legal and factual basis, the court may impose sanctions upon the movant after notice and an opportunity to respond . (7) Court records Records of a lower tribunal ma d e confidential under this rule by that tribunal must be treated as confidential during any appellate review proceedings. In any case where an order making court records confidential remains in effect as of the time of an appeal, the clerk’s index must include a statement that an order making court records confidential has been entered in the matter and must identify such order by date or docket number. This subdivision does not preclude review by an appellate court, or affect the standard of review by an appellate court, of an order by a lower tribunal making a record confidential. (e) Request to Make Circuit and County Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential. (1) Subdivision (d) shall apply to any request by the state or a defendant to make circuit or county court records confidential pursuant to subdivision (c)(9), except as provided in subdivision (e)(2). < p>(2) Any request to make court records confidential that may jeopardize either the safety of a person or an active criminal investigation may be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Restricted Motion to Make Court Records Confidential.” As to any motion made pursuant to this subdivision (e)(2), the following procedure shall apply: < p>(A) Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all court records that are the subject of such a motion must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling upon the motion. < p>(B) Except when the motion filed under this subdivision represents that both the movant and any other party subject to the motion agree to all of the relief requested, as evidenced by all such parties signing the motion, the court shall hold a hearing on a motion filed under this subdivision within 15 days of the filing of the motion, but such hearing shall be a closed session held in camera. The court shall issue a ruling on motions filed under this subdivision within 10 days of the hearing on contested motions or within 10 days of the filing of agreed motions. < p>(C) No order entered under this subdivision may authorize or approve the sealing of court records for any period longer than is necessary to achieve the objective of the motion, and in no event longer than 120 days. Extensions of an order issued hereunder may be granted for 60-day periods, but each such extension may be ordered only upon the filing of another motion in accordance with the procedures set forth under this subdivision. In the event of an appeal of a matter in which an order is entered under this subdivision, the lower tribunal shall retain jurisdiction to consider motions to extend orders issued hereunder during the course of the appeal. < p>(D) The provisions of subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G), (d)(6), and (d)(7) shall apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. The provisions of subdivisions (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3)(H), (d)(4), and (d)(5) shall not apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. < p>(E) The clerk of the court shall not publish any order of the court issued hereunder in accordance with subdivision (d)(4) unless directed by the court. (3) This subdivision (e) does not apply to records of the judicial branch deemed confidential under subdivisions (c)(1)-(c)(8) or (c)(10). (4) Requests to seal or expunge criminal history records must be made in accordance with Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.692. (f) Request to Make Appellate Court Records in Noncriminal Cases Confidential. (1) A request to make appellate court records in noncriminal cases confidential under subdivision (c)(9) must be filed in the appellate court and must be in compliance with the guidelines set forth in subdivision (d)(1). Such a request may be made with respect to a record that was presented or presentable to a lower tribunal, but not made confidential by the lower tribunal, or a record presented to an appellate court in an original proceeding. (2) A response to a motion filed under subdivision (f)(1) may be served within 10 days of service of the motion. (3) Any order granting in whole or in part a motion filed under subdivision (f)(1) must be in compliance with the guidelines set forth in subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G). (4) Except as provided by law or court rule, notice must be given of any order granting a motion made under subdivision (f)(1) as follows. Within 10 days following the entry of the order, the clerk of court must post a copy of the order on the clerk’s website. The order must remain posted for no less than 30 days. (5) If a nonparty requests that the court vacate all or part of an order issued under subdivision (f)(3), the request must be made in the form of a written motion, filed in that court, that states with as much specificity as possible the bases for the request. The motion must set forth the specific legal authority and any applicable legal standards supporting the request. The movant must serve all parties in the action with a copy of the motion. In the event that the subject order specifies that the names or addresses of one or more parties are to be made confidential, the movant must state prominently in the caption of the motion “Confidential Party—Court Service Requested.” When a motion so designated is filed, the court shall be responsible for providing a copy of the motion to the parties in such a way as to not reveal the confidential information to the movant. A response to a motion may be served within 10 days of service of the motion. (6) If the court determines that a motion made under subdivision (f)(1) was not made in good faith and supported by a sound legal and factual basis, the court may impose sanctions upon the movant after notice and an opportunity to respond. (7) Records of a lower tribunal made confidential by that tribunal must be treated as confidential during any review proceedings. In any case where an order making court records confidential remains in effect as of the time of an appeal, the clerk’s index must include a statement that an order making court records confidential has been entered in the matter and must identify such order by date or docket number. This subdivision does not preclude review by an appellate court, or affect the standard of review by an appellate court, of an order by a lower tribunal making a record confidential. (g) Request to Make Appellate Court Records in Criminal Cases Confidential. < p>(1) Subdivision (f) shall apply to any request by the state or a defendant to make appellate court records confidential pursuant to subdivision (c)(9), except as provided in subdivision (g)(2). < p>(2) Any request to make appellate court records confidential that may jeopardize either the safety of a person or an active criminal investigation may be made in the form of a written motion captioned “Restricted Motion to Make Court Records Confidential” and must be filed in the appellate court. Such a request may be made with respect to a record that was presented or presentable to a lower tribunal, but not made confidential by the lower tribunal, or a record presented to an appellate court in an original proceeding. As to any motion made pursuant to this subdivision (g)(2), the following procedure shall apply: < p>(A) Any motion made pursuant to this subdivision and all appellate court records that are the subject of such a motion must be treated as confidential by the clerk pending the court’s ruling upon the motion. < p>(B) A response to a motion filed under this subdivision may be served within 10 days of service of the motion. The court shall issue a ruling on motions filed under this subdivision within 10 days of the filing of a response on contested motions or within 10 days of the filing of uncontested motions. < p>(C) No order entered under this subdivision may authorize or approve the sealing of court records for any period longer than is necessary to achieve the objective of the motion, and in no event longer than 120 days. Extensions of an order issued hereunder may be granted for 60-day periods, but each such extension may be ordered only upon the filing of another motion in accordance with the procedures set forth under this subdivision. < p>(D) The provisions of subdivisions (d)(3)(A)-(G), (d)(6), and (d)(7) shall apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. The provisions of subdivisions (d)(1), (d)(2), (d)(3)(H), (d)(4), and (d)(5) shall not apply to motions made pursuant to this subdivision. < p>(E) The clerk of the court shall not publish any order of the court issued hereunder in accordance with subdivision (f)(4) unless directed by the court. (3) This subdivision (g) does not apply to records of the judicial branch deemed confidential under subdivisions (c)(1)-(c)(8) or (c)(10). (4) Requests to seal or expunge criminal history records must be made in accordance with Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.692. (eh) Judicial Review of Denial of Access Request. Expedited review of denials of access to records of the judicial branch shall be provided through an action for mandamus, or other appropriate appellate remedy, in the following manner: (1)-(2) [No Change] (fi) Procedure. Requests and responses to requests for access to records under this rule shall be made in a reasonable manner. (1)-(3) [No Change] Committee Commentary [No change] 1995 Amendment. [No change] 2002 Court Commentary [No Change] 2005 Court Commentary [No Change] 2007 Court Commentary [No Change] 2007 Committee Commentary [No Change] March 1, 2008 Regular News Proposed amendments dealing with sealing court records and documentslast_img read more

Foster Wheeler awarded multi-billion dollar contract

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Awards

first_img   AVCA All-America Second Team (3)2008 – Luciana Rapach2012 – Autumn Duyn2013 – Lindsay HommeAVCA All-America Third Team (3)2007 – Luciana Rapach2009 – Patricia Gandolfo2011- Lindsay HommeAVCA All-America Honorable Mention (3)2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2012 – Haley Shackelford2013 – Jenny BellairsTwo-Time AVCA All-American (2)2007, 2008 – Luciana Rapach2011, 2013 – Lindsay HommeAVCA All-Region Coach of the Year (1)*2012 – Melissa WolterAVCA All- Region First Team (8) *2007 – Luciana Rapach2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2008 – Luciana Rapach (2)2009 – Patricia Gandolfo2012 – Autumn Duyn2012 – Haley Shackelford2013 – Lindsay Homme2013 – Jenny BellairsAVCA All-Region Second Team (2)2011 – Lindsay Homme2011 – Autumn DuynAVCA All-Region Honorable Mention (6) *2003 – Kristy Krause2007 – Isabela Gualberto2008 – Patricia Gandolfo2009 – Chelsea Wilhoite2011 – Anna Stoecklein2012 – Lindsay HommeTwo-Time AVCA All-Region First Team (1) *2007, 2008 – Luciana RapachDaktronics All-Region First Team (4) *2003 – Kristy Krause2008 – Patricia Gandolfo2009 – Patricia Gandolfo (2)2012 – Autumn Duyn Daktronics All-Region Second Team (8) *2006 – Naiara Fernandes2008 – Luciana Rapach2010 – Katie Johnson2010 – Anna Stoecklein2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite2011 – Lindsay Homme 2013 – Lindsay Homme2013 – Autumn DuynNCAA Division II South Region All-Tournament Team (14) *2006 – Naiara Fernandes2006 – Carly Moyers2008 – Patricia Gandolfo2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2008 – Luciana Rapach2009 – Patricia Gandolfo (2)2009 – Jamie Nichols2010 – Katie Johnson2010 – Tricia Tirabassi2010 – Kara Gonzalez2011 – Lindsay Homme2013 – Abby Timmer2013 – Sarah Scott2013 – Lindsay HommeGSC All-Decade First Team**Luciana Rapach (2007-08)GSC All-Decade Second Team**Naiara Fernandes (2000-03)Madeline Gonzalez (2007-08)Patricia Gandolfo (2008-09)Kristy Krause (2000-03)GSC Coach of the Year (4)***2007 – Melissa Wolter2008 – Melissa Wolter (2)2010 – Melissa Wolter (3)2011 – Melissa Wolter (4)GSC Player of the Year (5)***2007 – Luciana Rapach 2010 – Katie Johnson 2011 – Lindsay Homme2012 – Autumn Duyn2013 – Lindsay HommeAll-GSC First Team (28)***2002 – Kristy Krause2003 – Kristy Krause (2)2005 – Naiara Fernandes2005 – Kali Kalache2006 – Naiara Fernandes (2)2006 – Carly Moyers2007 – Madeline Gonzalez2007 – Isabela Gualberto2007 – Luciana Rapach2008 – Patricia Gandolfo2008 – Madeline Gonzalez (2)2008 – Luciana Rapach (2)2009 – Patricia Gandolfo (2)2009 – Chelsea Wilhoite2010 – Kara Gonzalez2010 – Katie Johnson2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite (2)2011 – Autumn Duyn2011 – Anna Stoecklein2011 – Molly Pearce2011 – Lindsay Homme2012 – Autumn Duyn (2)2012 – Lindsay Homme (2)2012 – Haley Shackelford2013 – Jenny Bellairs2013 – Autumn Duyn (3)2013 – Lindsay Homme (3)2013 – Sarah ScottAll-GSC Second Team (14)***2003 – Jessica Bragion2003 – Melina Pereira2003 – Ayana Stewart2005 – Jessica Bragion (2)2005 – Jenny Lass2006 – Marcela Cunha2007 – Kimberly Clark2008 – Chelsea Wilhoite2009 – Maddie Staub2009 – Tricia Tirabassi2010 – Anna Stoecklein2010 – Tricia Tirabassi (2)2011 – Haley Shackelford2012 – Sarah ScottThree-Time All-GSC (3)***2008, 2009, 2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite2011, 2012, 2013 – Autumn Duyn2011, 2012, 2013 – Lindsay HommeTwo-Time All-GSC (10)***2002, 2003 – Kristy Krause2003, 2005 – Jessica Bragion2005, 2006 – Naiara Fernandes2007, 2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2007, 2008 – Luciana Rapach2008, 2009 – Patricia Gandolfo2009, 2010 – Tricia Tirabassi2011, 2012 – Autumn Duyn2011, 2012 – Lindsay Homme2011, 2012 – Haley ShackelfordGSC Tournament Most Outstanding Player (6)2008 – Luciana Rapach2009 – Patricia Gandolfo2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite2011 – Autumn Duyn2012 – Autumn Duyn2013 – Lindsay HommeGSC All-Tournament Team (21)2007 – Isabela Gualberto2007 – Kimberly Clark2008 – Kara Gonzalez2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2008 – Luciana Rapach2009 – Patricia Gandolfo2009 – Jamie Nichols2009 – Chelsea Wilhoite2010 – Abby Timmer2010 – Katie Johnson2010 – Kara Gonzalez (2)2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite (2)2011 – Lindsay Homme2011 – Autumn Duyn2011 – Jenny Bellairs2012 – Autumn Duyn2012 – Jenny Bellairs2012 – Haley Shackelford2013 – Lindsay Homme2013 – Jenny Bellairs2013 – Abby TimmerGSC All-Academic Team (12)***2005 – Jessica Bragion2005 – Jenny Lass2006 – Marcela Cunha2006 – Carly Moyers2006 – Louann Rusch2007  – Jesse Keroack2008 – Jerica Carter2009 – Jamie Nichols2011 – Molly Pearce2011 – Anna Stoecklein2012 – Autumn Duyn2013 – Autumn DuynGSC Offensive Player of the Week (37)***2002 – Kristy Krause, 10/152005 – Naiara Fernandes, 9/272005 – Kali Kalache, 10/252005 – Kali Kalache, 11/8 (2)2006 – Naiara Fernandes, 9/12 (2)2006 – Naiara Fernandes, 10/10 (3)2006 – Carly Moyers, 10/242007 – Madeline Gonzalez, 9/42007 – Danielle Spitzer, 9/252007 – Isabela Gualberto, 10/22007 – Kimberly Clark, 10/162007 – Madeline Gonzalez, 11/6 (2)2008 – Madeline Gonzalez, 9/2 (3)2009 – Patricia Gandolfo, 10/272009 – Patricia Gandolfo, 11/3 (2)2009 – Lindsay Homme, 11/102010 – Chelsea Wilhoite, 9/142010 – Kara Gonzalez, 9/212010 – Katie Johnson, 10/52010 – Chelsea Wilhoite, 10/12 (2)2010 – Katie Johnson, 10/19 (2)2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite, 11/2 (3)2010 – Katie Johnson, 11/9 (3)2011 – Lindsay Homme, 9/20 (2)2011 – Lindsay Homme, 9/27 (3) 2011 – Lindsay Homme, 10/11 (4)2011 – Haley Shackelford, 11/11 2012 – Lindsay Homme, 9/18 (5)2012 – Haley Shackelford, 10/16 (2)2012 – Christine Bach, 11/62013 – Autumn Duyn, 10/12013 – Autumn Duyn, 10/15 (2)2013 – Lindsay Homme, 10/22 (6)2013 – Lindsay Homme, 11/5 (7)GSC Defensive Player of the Week (30)***2002 – Jessica Bragion, 9/102002 – Kristy Krause, 9/172003 – Jessica Bragion, 9/3 (2)2003 – Jessica Bragion, 9/16 (3)2003 – Cherese Purkey, 9/302003 – Kristy Krause, 10/28 (2)2005 – Naiara Fernandes, 9/202006 – Naiara Fernandes, 10/3 (2)2007 – Kimberly Clark, 9/252007 – Jerica Carter, 10/22007 – Luciana Rapach, 10/92007 – Luciana Rapach, 10/23 (2)2007 – Chelsea Wilhoite, 10/302007 – Luciana Rapach, 11/6 (3)2008 – Patricia Gandolfo, 9/232008 – Patricia Gandolfo, 10/21 (2)2008 – Patricia Gandolfo, 11/11 (3)2009 – Kimberly Clark, 9/15 (2)2009 – Maddie Staub, 10/62009 – Patricia Gandolfo, 10/14 (4)2009 – Patricia Gandolfo, 11/3 (5)2009 – Patricia Gandolfo, 11/10 (6)2010 – Katie Johnson, 9/282012 – Autumn Duyn, 9/112012 – Autumn Duyn, 10/16 (2)2012 – Autumn Duyn, 11/6 (3)2013 – Jenny Bellairs, 9/172013 – Lindsay Homme, 11/52013 – Lindsay Homme, 11/12 (2)2013 – Lindsay Homme, 11/18 (3)Ten-Time GSC Player of the Week (1)2009, 2011, 2011, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2013, 2013, 2013, 2013 – Lindsay HommeEight-Time GSC Player of the Week (1)2008, 2008, 2008, 2009, 2009, 2009, 2009, 2009 – Patricia GandolfoFive-Time GSC Player of the Week (2)2005, 2005, 2006, 2006, 2006 – Naiara Fernandes2012, 2012, 2012, 2013, 2013 – Autumn DuynFour-Time GSC Player of the Week (2)2007, 2010, 2010, 2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite2010, 2010, 2010, 2010 – Katie Johnson Three-Time GSC Player of the Week (5)2002, 2003, 2003 – Jessica Bragion2002, 2002, 2003 – Kristy Krause2007, 2007, 2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2007, 2007, 2007 – Luciana Rapach2007, 2007, 2009 – Kimberly ClarkTwo-Time GSC Player of the Week (1)2005, 2005 – Kali KalacheFive-Time GSC Offensive Player of the Week (1)2009, 2011, 2011, 2011, 2012 – Lindsay HommeThree-Time GSC Offensive Player of the Week (4)2005, 2006, 2006 – Naiara Fernandes2007, 2007, 2008 – Madeline Gonzalez2010, 2010, 2010 – Chelsea Wilhoite2010, 2010, 2010 – Katie JohnsonTwo-Time GSC Offensive Player of the Week (32005, 2005 – Kali Kalache2009, 2009 – Patricia Gandolfo2011, 2012 – Haley ShackelfordSix-Time GSC Defensive Player of the Week (1)2008, 2008, 2008, 2009, 2009, 2009 – Patricia GandolfoThree-Time GSC Defensive Player of the Week (3)2002, 2003, 2003 – Jessica Braigon2007, 2007, 2007 – Luciana Rapach2012, 2012, 2012 – Autumn DuynTwo-Time GSC Defensive Player of the Week (3)2002, 2003 – Kristy Krause2005, 2006 – Naiara Fernandes2007, 2009 – Kimberly ClarkUWF Female Scholar Athlete of the Year (1)2008 – Jesse KeroackUWF Argo Award2006 – Louann Rusch2007 – Sarah Harrison2008 – Jerica Carter, Calli KovelUWF Most Valuable Player2006 – Naiara Fernandes2007 – Luciana Rapach2008 – Madeline Gonzalez, Luciana Rapach (2)UWF Most Improved Player2006 – Carly Moyers2007 – Kara Gonzalez2008 – Kara Gonzalez (2)*Until the 2008 season, UWF volleyball was a member of the NCAA South Central Region. In 2008, the Argos began to compete in the NCAA South Region. ** The 2000-10 GSC All-Decade team was released in the summer of 2010***In 2011, the Gulf South Conference merged the East and West Divisions into one. Prior to then, UWF competed in the East Division.    Print Friendly Version Share Awardslast_img read more

Cristiano Ronaldo hits 100th European club goal with double against Bayern

first_imgThe Real Madrid ace bagged a brace against the Bavarians in the Champions League to reach the century mark in European playReal Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 100th club goal in European competition during Wednesday’s 2-1 victory over Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-final first leg.The 32-year-old’s first of the night came just after half-time when he took a brilliant touch to turn home a low cross from Dani Carvajal, pulling Madrid level with the Bundesliga leaders following Arturo Vidal’s opener..That goal broke a long spell, by Ronaldo’s standards, of 659 minutes without scoring in Champions League play.The Portugal forward poked home a second in the 77th minute, using the bottom of his boot to slide the ball between Manuel Neuer’s legs for the game-winner.The goals continued a trend for Ronaldo, who has feasted on Bayern Munich in Champions League play, having scored five times in five previous meetings with the German side.last_img read more

Bartley in the county jail this morning

first_imgThe saga of Kenneth S. Bartley continues.  The 27-year old man, involved in the 2005 fatal shooting at Campbell County High School, was arrested around 9:30 pm Sunday night for assaulting his father’s girlfriend.  Authorities detail to WLAF News that Kenny Bartley, Kenneth’s father, placed the 911 call.Bartley is charged with aggravated assault, and a warrant is expected this morning.He remains housed in the Campbell County Jail.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 08/27/2018-6AM) Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img

Chadwick Boseman is on the hunt for cop killers in the first trailer for ’21 Bridges’

first_imgPhoto: Matt Kennedy/STXFilms(LOS ANGELES) — Chadwick Boseman is a NYPD detective on a mission in the first trailer for his upcoming action thriller 21 Bridges.The film, which reunites Boseman with producers Joe and Anthony Russo — who directed him in Captain America: Civil War, as well as Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame — also stars If Beale Street Could Talk’s Stephan James, alongside Sienna Miller, Keith David, Taylor Kitsch and J.K. Simmons.Game of Thrones and The Tudors veteran Brian Kirk directs.21 Bridges follows Boseman as an embattled NYPD detective, who gets a shot at redemption after being called to help in a citywide manhunt for a cop killer. As the search intensifies, authorities go to extreme measures to prevent the killers from escaping Manhattan by closing all 21 bridges.  This is latest project for Black Panther’s real-life alter-ego, who is also producing the film adaptation of The Stars in My Soul, a memoir co-written by Hakeem Oluseyi about his life. Chadwick’s also set to star in the upcoming thriller Expatriate, directed by Oscar-winner Barry Jenkins and Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods.21 Bridges hits theaters on July 12.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more