Letterkenny IT could become part of a “Regional Technological University” The President of Letterkenny Institute of Technology says discussions are ongoing which could see the college become part of a Regional Technological University.Speaking as the college celebrates its 40th anniversary, Paul Hannigan said they are in ongoing discussions with other institutions, particularly the University of Ulster.He says since it opened as Letterkenny Regional Technical College in 1971, Letterkenny IT has become a central facet of the economy in Donegal, and whatever happens in future discussions, that will remain the case…………..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/phann1pm.mp3[/podcast] By News Highland – September 15, 2011 HSE warns of ‘widespread cancellations’ of appointments next week Dail hears questions over design, funding and operation of Mica redress scheme Pinterest Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Google+ PSNI and Gardai urged to investigate Adams’ claims he sheltered on-the-run suspect in Donegal Facebook Dail to vote later on extending emergency Covid powers Previous articleCope seeks appointment of administrator to MFGNext articleMan charged in connection with Letterkenny stabbing back in court today News Highland Man arrested in Derry on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences released Twitter WhatsApp Newsx Adverts WhatsApp Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Twitter
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Jennifer Krueger has 16 runs off 28 hits for UW and boasts a school record 19-game hit streak, which she looks to keep alive at PSU.[/media-credit]When a new coach is brought in to turn around a program, most people can only expect gradual changes in the first year of new leadership.Head coach Yvette Healy and her staff are not only rapidly changing the Wisconsin softball program, but they are also winning at a rapid pace. With the Badgers winning their last nine of 11 games while matching a school record of eight wins in a row, Healy’s philosophy of toughness has already begun to pay dividends as the Badgers enter league play.When Wisconsin (15-9) heads to Penn State (13-11) this weekend, that mindset will once again be tested.“It’s fun so far, the girls are having a good time, they’re playing hard and buying into the philosophy,” Healy said. “We’ve got some really hard games ahead of us, but these wins give us good momentum.”So far, it’s been easy for UW’s players to buy in to Healy’s system.“The coaches are amazing; we’re all so happy with this big turnaround,” junior Karla Powell said. “They know when to have fun, when to be serious and they’re always willing to help you individually. Everything has been so positive throughout this season.”While the Badgers have flourished under the new coaching, they are receiving terrific contributions from their starting pitching staff. The Badgers are receiving consistently solid outings from sophomore Meghan McIntosh, who after getting off to a 2-6 start has bounced back to a 3-1 record in her last four decisions. But perhaps the biggest surprise for the Badgers has been freshman pitcher Cassandra Darrah. Darrah has rarely missed a beat in her inaugural campaign, turning out a 10-1 record and a 1.79 ERA.“That’s unbelievable as a freshman; we had high expectations but she’s surpassed them,” Healy said. “She’s very athletic but raw, and our pitching coach has done a phenomenal job with her. She has a terrific feel for the game, and she will continue to have a great season.”“That’s extremely important to have two great pitchers,” senior outfielder Jennifer Krueger said. “To know that we can go to either one of them and shut down every team they face gives the defense a lot of confidence. As hitters, we know if we score a few runs we have a great chance to win.”While the Badgers have found success on the mound, they are facing a team this weekend that boasts two of the most dominating pitchers in the Big Ten.This weekend, the Badgers will not only be the first opposing team to play at the Nittany Lions’ new softball facility, but they will also face the shutdown duo of the Nittany Lions Lisa Akamine and Jackie Hill.While Akamine posts a 5-5 record and Hill maintains an 8-6 record, both pitchers have ERAs fewer than two runs per game (Akamine 1.27, Hill 1.6).“We’re going to have to get creative offensively to see how we can score some runs,” Healy said. “We know going into their place with their new stadium they will be excited, so we’re going to have to pull out some new tricks and see if we can create some offense.”The Penn State pitchers will have to face a balanced Badger offense currently boasting four players hitting over .300. Krueger and Powell have led the Badger offensive success this season, with Krueger leading the team with a .389 average (backed by a school record 19-game hit streak) and Powell in RBIs with 15 and home runs with five.Facing a Penn State team with a .968 fielding percentage and two dominant pitchers, Wisconsin will have a tough test on the road.“My strategy lately has been swinging early and staying within my own approach,” Powell said. “I’m not really worrying about what they pitch as much as myself staying consistent.”Krueger emphasized the same approach of Wisconsin focusing on itself more then Penn State.“I just do the same thing every time by putting the ball in play,” Krueger said. “If I focus on getting on base and creating havoc for the defense, I should be fine. Their pitchers are great, but we’ll make adjustments according to what they’re throwing after the first time through the lineup.”The Badgers’ pitchers have a favorable matchup with the Nittany Lions’ offense, whose combined team batting average is a measly .221. The Badgers are optimistic about their chances but aren’t looking past the Lions.“I think you’ve got to be ready for everybody to put the ball in play,” Healy said. “They do a nice job of bunting and advancing runners, so we need to be ready for anything. From a team standpoint, they’re a team that’s won a lot of games against us. We need to go into the game feeling loose; we’re going in as an underdog, but hopefully we can surprise everyone.”While seven of the Nittany Lions’ 11 losses have been decided by three runs or less, the Badgers will remain cognizant of the importance of maintaining consistency.“We’re going to stay within ourselves and stay scrappy,” Powell said. “We want teams to know we’re never going to fall over. We’ll always come back and fight. We’ve faced top teams throughout the year; we know we can play with anybody.”
The car then overturned, and the thieves robbed the four occupants. They were later apprehended.A third member or the Cardenales de Lara, former Diamondbacks player Carlos Rivera, and the driver of the vehicle survived the crash.Valbuena spent 11 years in the majors, with the Mariners, Indians, Cubs, Astros and Angels, while Castillo played in the majors from 2004 to 2008 with the Pirates, Giants and Astros. A car crash caused by a highway robbery Thursday in Venezuela claimed the lives of former MLB players and current teammates Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo.Valbuena was 33, and Castillo was 37. Cardenales de Lara, the team Castillo and Valbuena played for, confirmed the news on Twitter.Estamos viviendo una horrible tragedia en Cardenales de Lara. Perdimos a nuestros jugadores Luis Valbuena y José Castillo en un accidente de tránsito. pic.twitter.com/HPf3LRuxp1— Cardenales de Lara (@CardenalesDice) December 7, 2018The vehicle Valbuena and Castillo were traveling in reportedly collided with a rock pushed into the road by highway bandits, according to El Nuevo Herald.