Kelsey Fenton / The Badger HeraldWisconsin softball has played well on the road all season. Setting a program record with 10 conference wins away from home, it seemed a forgone conclusion that once Wisconsin finally played at home – weather permitting – the team would keep on rolling.For a large part, that assumption proved correct. Winning six out of seven games in a lengthy homestand helped thrust the Badgers into a sizzling hot nine-game winning streak. Standing in sole control of second place in the Big Ten heading into this past weekend’s series with Michigan State, it also seemed safe to assume Wisconsin would sweep the Spartans and secure another record – the best conference finish in program history.But, for whatever reason, the stars did not align as the Badgers watched the Spartans steal the series with a decisive victory in the teams’ rubber match on Sunday at Goodman Diamond.“It’s hard to lose your last game here,” senior infielder Shannel Blackshear said after the team’s loss. “We’ve done really well this season and it’s just about from this point on.“We can’t take anything for granted and that showed here today. Michigan State is a good team, and they came in and put the ball and play and did well against us. We can’t take anything for granted because we’re doing well.”From this point on may be what makes or breaks the Badgers season. Hoping to advance to their first NCAA tournament since 2005, UW currently sits at No. 26 in the NCAA Women’s Softball RPI, perhaps the best indicator of the team’s chances to be selected for a spot in the sport’s biggest stage.Last season, Wisconsin lost a chance at an at-large bid in the tournament when it finished ranked No. 53 in the RPI, largely fueled by the team’s slide in the last month of the season, losing four of their last five games – albeit to strong Michigan and Nebraska teams.Now, sitting pretty for an at-large bid thanks to a tough non-conference schedule filled with wins against their ranked opponents, the Badgers will hope to solidify their resume with some postseason wins.Wisconsin will play in the Big Ten Tournament Friday afternoon against the winner of a first round game between No. 5 seed Northwestern and No. 12 Indiana. After losing a series to a Spartans’ team that sat below them in the conference standings, the Badgers are alert to how easy it is to drop a game to any Big Ten opponent, regardless of record.“We sat above them in conference and if they can knock us down, I’m sure anybody can,” senior utility player Whitney Massey said. “It will make us try that much harder and not take anything for granted.”“That urgency always needs to be there no matter who you’re playing,” junior outfielder Mary Massei said.As far as the opponents go, Wisconsin has already had its way with both Indiana and Northwestern. Just two weekends ago the Badgers swept the Hoosiers in Bloomington, Ind., in three straight games by a combined score of 20-3. Although the games against the Wildcats were closer and at home, the Badgers still managed to sweep both their possible opponents.With the taste of defeat fresh in their mouth, the losses to Michigan State may have served as a wake-up call for Wisconsin that it can’t take its potential opponents in the first round lightly.“Weekends like this keep you grounded,” Wisconsin head coach Yvette Healy said. “It shows you how closely matched everybody is and nothing’s easy.“We had won eight conference games rolling into this weekend and swept three series. I don’t know if everyone completely grasped how special that is and how it’s an accomplishment to finish with 16 wins. Every win is a huge deal when you’re in a conference like the Big Ten.”If the Badgers respond to their Sunday loss the way they have all season, the team could potentially win the entire Big Ten tournament. Not only have the Badgers lost consecutive games just three times the entire season, but they’ve put together colossal winning streaks of 9, 11 and 13 in response to losses this season.“I definitely think it [sharpens our focus],” Blackshear said. “These games are the games that show you can be completely at the top and anyone can come out and beat you on any given day. I think that’s a lesson learned for our team.”Now preparing for big crowds in Lincoln, Neb. and the first conference tournament for every player on the roster, Wisconsin hopes the Michigan State series will re-energize the team for a deep run in postseason play.“One good thing you can take from this weekend: We haven’t peaked too soon,” said Healy, laughing.
German media have been full of praise about a football team of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which will, play its first match at the World Cup in Brazil. The first match will be played against Argentina.Germans have the opinion that Bosnia Herzegovina currently has a team with the best and finest football players in its history. However, they emphasize that the biggest star and the secret weapon of B&H representation is its coach Safet Susic.“He has won prizes about which even Franz Beckenbauer is still dreaming. In addition, he was chosen as the best player in the history of Paris Saint-Germain, and the best international player in the French league of all times. Also, he was chosen as the best football player of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 20th century” , writes the German newspaper Die Zeit.Germans believe that the national selection of B&H currently has players who are tactically and technically trained to play in a great manner. They consider that those particular characteristics will be a great asset to the B&H on Mundial in Brazil.“Bosnia and Herzegovina is the only debutant in this championship and possesses a group of a very young and good football players, and now many say that this is their golden generation. Tactically they are fantastically trained and technically brilliant and they have a few football players who are a truly world class,” announces this famous newspapers, which also reminds us that many of them have played, or are still playing in the Bundesliga.“First of all, it is their attacker Edin Dzeko! This football giant has set many records in Wolfsburg, and then he moved to Manchester City. On the one occasion, in the most difficult moments, with a bandage on his head, he scored even three goals. Beside him, there are still many in the German Bundesliga, for instance Vedad Ibisevic, Sead Kolasinac, captain Emir Spahic, Sejad Salihović and their playmaker Zvjezdan Misimovic, who is currently playing in China,” says Die Zeit.“We do not know what the result will be in Brazil. But one thing is forsure, even the Bosnian Serbs would cheer and support for the team which many times proved very strong and persistent. B&H has a football team that has a heart of a boxer, and after that everything is possible. Now the result is not so much important, because these guys have already done all to make B&H happy and proud. Even now they are world champions in their country,” announces the popular German newspaper. Bosnia and Herzegovina, plays in Group F along with Argentina, Nigeria and Iran. (Source: Radiosarajevo.ba)
With the top three of Portmore United, Montego Bay United and defending champions Arnett Gardens securing their semi-final round qualification for the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL), the battle will resume for the other spot.In contention for that spot are the promoted UWI FC (42 points, who are sitting in pole position as they currently occupy fourth, a position they earned last week with a comfortable win over the defending champions Arnett Gardens at the UWI Bowl. Humble Lion (41), the team which occupied that spot for most of the season, will be looking to get an away win over the inconsistent Boys’ Town (38) at Barbican.stop RenoFormer champions Harbour View (39) are still in the running, but they let themselves down badly last week with a loss to Boys’ Town. To get back in the picture, they will have to stop Reno, something that is not beyond them.Humble Lion are just a point behind UWI FC and will be hoping for a slip by the college boys and that they get the better of Boys’ Town to put themselves in the driver’s seat.UWI FC cannot be faulted for the confidence flowing through their ranks ahead of their game against Cavalier, especially after the results of last week. A win over the defending champions is nothing to sniff at and with today’s opponents being put to the sword last week by the relegation-battling Rivoli, they are well within their right to think that these are three points they can take, especially at home.Goalscoring is something that UWI FC can confidently say they have addressed with Girvon Brown finding his scoring boots and using them with regularity and he has been getting good support from Anthony Grant, Anthony Greenland and Kemar Cummings. Cavalier, for their part, will be happy that their top player Chevone Marsh has caught the eye of the national selectors, but will not be so happy that that good fortune has denied them of his services for today’s match.In Marsh’s absence, Cleon Pryce and Sulae McCalla will have to shoulder more of the attacking responsibility for Cavalier.Today’s Games:• 3:30 p.m: Arnett Gardens vs Montego Bay United – Anthony Spaulding Complex• 3:30 p.m: Boys’ Town vs Humble Lion – Barbican Stadium• 3:30 p.m: Harbour View vs Reno – Harbour View Stadium• 3:30 p.m: Portmore United vs Waterhouse – Juici Park, Clarendon• 3:30 p.m: Rivoli United vs Tivoli Gardens – Spanish Town Prison Oval• 3:30 p.m: UWI FC vs Cavalier – UWI Bowl, Mona
0Shares0000Thanks, goodbye: Cesc Fabregas leaves the Stamford Bridge pitch on Saturday © AFP / Adrian DENNISMONACO, Monaco, Jan 6 – Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas is expected in Monaco on Sunday to negotiate a transfer to the French Ligue 1 club from Chelsea, sports daily L’Equipe reported Saturday.Fabregas and his agent Darren Dein will meet Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasyliev although a source told AFP that the move has not yet been finalised. Fabregas, 31, played four seasons at Arsenal from 2003-2007 alongside current Monaco coach Thierry Henry.He moved to Chelsea in 2014 but does not figure in the future plans of coach Maurizio Sarri having played just six times all season.On Saturday, Fabregas made a tearful farewell to Chelsea fans in the 2-0 FA Cup win over Nottingham Forest at Stamford Bridge where he had a penalty saved.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
25 March 2015Sol Plaatje University in Kimberley is on track for its student intake in 2016.The deputy minister of higher education and training, Mduduzi Manana, visited the construction site in the Northern Cape capital on 24 March, where four cranes were keeping the building programme on track. Manana said he was satisfied with progress made on infrastructure.“The briefing I received this morning and the visit to the construction site gives me tremendous confidence that all the deadlines for ensuring the successful delivery of the infrastructure necessary to accommodate the 2016 student intake will be met,” he said.“I have witnessed the evidence of the close co-operation between the different spheres of government. The Sol Plaatje Municipality has been single-minded in its determination to support the development of the university by expediting the required approval processes and supporting the social and economic development aspects of the project, among others.”Work undertaken to deliver the infrastructure for this year’s student intake of 370 had been of a high quality.The university’s central campus is part of this phase of construction. It will encompass completing six of the envisaged eight multi-storey buildings at an estimated construction cost of over R900-million. The buildings will include laboratories, lecture auditoriums and teaching facilities, academic offices, libraries, residences and student facilities.In total, the construction of more than 50 000 square metres of new buildings will accommodate the planned 2016 and 2017 student numbers. Together with the existing 2014 and 2015 provision, on campus residences will accommodate about 700 students for the 2016 academic year.Manana acknowledged the efforts being made to ensure that the province benefited from the investment in the university infrastructure. Construction procurement requires the main contractors to use local labour, suppliers and sub-contractors; and to focus on broad-based black economic empowerment and skills development.The deputy minister was also pleased with the academic performance of the university in its first year of its existence. He emphasised that in addition to high quality academic teaching and sound governance, it was necessary to have in place the infrastructure to sustain the level of academic performance.Of the students registered in 2014, 80% passed all their first-year courses with an average course pass rate of 87%.Manana also congratulated Professor Yunus Ballim on his appointment as the vice- chancellor. “I wish you well in laying the foundations for a university that will provide innovative and high quality academic programmes.”Sol Plaatje University is one of three universities the government is building. The others are the University of Mpumalanga and the Sefako Makgatho Health and Allied Sciences University, which is a result of the unbundling of Medunsa from the University of Limpopo.Higher Education and Training spokesperson Sibusiso Mlangeni said the new universities would go a long way towards increasing access to post-school education and training. They will also contribute to the National Development Plan goal of increasing higher education enrolments by 2030.Source: SAnews.gov
What motivates people to buy clean energyA whopping 87 percent of those polled said that renewables are important to the country’s energy future, but it is “saving money” rather than “reducing my environmental impact” that emerges as the most important factor in decisions to buy clean energy products and services. Saving money got 82 percent of the vote, while reducing environmental impact had 34 percent.“Sustained double-digit growth rates for more than a decade reflect the long-term nature of this current shift to more efficient, cleaner, and environmentally friendly products and services,” the report says. “But don’t be mistaken; as our research clearly points out, it is cost savings, much more than environmental factors, that are driving this monumental shift.”The most popular energy upgrades people were planning in the coming year included a couple that have a relatively low cost — LED light bulbs (27 percent) and smart thermostats (12 percent) — while very few people were planning on big-ticket purchases such as photovoltaic panels (6 percent), electric vehicles (4 percent), or heat pumps (4 percent).Support for electric and hybrid vehicles dropped from last year, but the report points out that oil prices also dipped dramatically. Enthusiasm for solar power and other clean-energy choices “held steady.” Solar and wind energy enjoy broad popular support as the preferred energy sources for the future among U.S. homeowners, regardless of age or political affiliation, according to a new survey.SolarCity, a solar installer, and Clean Edge, a marketing research firm, jointly sponsored the survey for a second year, polling 1,400 randomly selected homeowners about renewable energy, energy efficiency, conventional energy, transportation, and a number of related topics.Half of all those surveyed identified solar energy as the most important energy source for the nation’s future, and it didn’t seem to matter where they lived or how they identified themselves politically. Wind was second with 42 percent of all homeowners, followed by natural gas (33 percent), energy efficiency (25 percent), oil (17 percent), hydro (17 percent) and nuclear power (14 percent).Power sources with the least public support were geothermal (10 percent), coal (8 percent) and biofuel/biomass (7 percent).Solar was popular across the board, but age did seem to play a role in support for both natural gas and nuclear power, the survey found, with older respondents looking on them more favorably than younger ones. For example, 43 percent of those over 70 said they favored natural gas while only 27 percent of those between 18 and 24 agreed. When asked about nuclear power, 24 percent of those over 70 were favorable but only 1 percent of those 18-24 said they were. Other findingsHere are some other key findings:Saving money is the biggest motivator for people, but 65 percent of the respondents said they “consider or investigate” the environmental impact of their major buying decisions at least some of the time, and 75 percent said they were taking some steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.Most Democrats (82 percent) and two-thirds of all Republican respondents (67 percent) said that they support federal incentives for wind and solar energy purchases. The number of Independent voters supporting incentives was 72 percent.When asked whether they agreed with efforts by electric utilities to charge fees for the installation of grid-connected PV, 61 percent said no (and 43 percent strongly opposed). Opposition was stronger among Republicans (66 percent) than Democrats (53 percent).Green building remains popular. The number of buildings winning LEED certification hit 5,800 in 2013, a compounded annual growth rate of 56 percent over 11 years. The number of Energy Star homes built in 2013 reached 77,000, a market share of 13 percent.
1. Volumetric Light and Dust ElementsOur very own cinematography wizard Todd Blankenship shot these light elements in our studio. He wanted them for his own elements, so he just went ahead and made them. (Appreciate ya, Todd!)So, as you can see Josh (Sonduck) drags the clip over his footage and scales it up to fit the screen. Once you have the clip where you want it, change the blend mode to “Screen” — or “Overlay,” or whatever you’d like (it doesn’t matter if you’re in Premiere or After Effects). Because you’re dealing with a “light” element, you can play with the blend mode to fit whatever mood or aesthetic you want.Download the FREE Volumetric Light pack here.2. Fog OverlaysNobody loves fog like Todd. It’s kind of weird; you can see how happy he gets here. But, as long as he keeps giving us these fire freebie packs, I’m not complaining. Josh throws one of these 4K clips over his moody nighttime clip and adjusts the blend mode as before. However, this time the fog is a little too intense, so he goes to Effect > Color Correction > Curves and brings it down to a more manageable level. It’s as easy as that!Download the FREE Fog pack here.3. Light LeaksLight leaks are the unsung heroes of post-production. They can instantly turn a boring transition into something dreamy and filmic. Josh throws our Light Leak freebie pack over a bright, happy scene and sets the blend mode to “Screen.” Again, you can choose whichever blend mode you like.Download the FREE Light Leak pack here.4. ParticlesParticles are little bit trickier. It’s hard to composite realistic-looking particles into your shot, but Josh shows us a few tricks with his video. First you can add a bit of Noise to the shot. Then once you’ve done this, go to Effect > Camera Lens Blur, which will just blend the particles a little bit better. We don’t offer any free particles packs, but we do have a giant pack of over 150 4K particle effects over on RocketStock. The pack is called “Collider,” and it’s truly insane how much you get with it. Check it out here.(For an old but FREE pack of particles, look no further than our savior Andrew Kramer with his pack on Video Copilot here.)And honestly the volumetric light pack has dust elements inside it. So, you can always use those elements as well.5. Lens Flares Lens flares will never go out of style. There, I said it. I know a lot of people (and famous directors) overuse them, but used appropriately and minimally, they can still pack a punch. Josh explains that you need a shot with your light source leaking in from one side of the frame. That way the lens flare makes sense in the shot (practicals work best for this). So add the clip, set the blend mode to “Add,” then play with the position, scale, and opacity of the flare.Download the FREE Anamorphic Lens Flare pack here.Looking for more film and video production tips? Check these out.Building The Ultimate, High-Versatility Cinema Camera PackageHow to Create a Mid-’90s DV Camcorder Look in After EffectsQuick Tips: Improving Your Product Shots and CommercialsIntroducing the Yeti Nano from Blue MicrophonesThe Whys and Hows of Tracking: Handheld vs. Stabilized In this post-production roundup, we go over 5 different ways you can add some FREE cinematic video effects to your footage.Okay, hear me out. You’ve probably seen these videos on YouTube a million times — “How to Make Your Footage Look Cinematic,” and the video is basically some dude sitting in front of the camera for 14 minutes telling you to shoot at magic hour. Well, that’s great and everything, but thank goodness we have channels like SonduckFilm that get right to the point with actual advice and materials to help you out. In his latest tutorials, he actually takes some of our old freebies and applies them to footage. Let’s take a look at what you can expect when you download these free elements.
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