‘Southern Charm’ Cast Predicts Who Will Get Married, Have a Baby Next

first_img– Advertisement – Spilling the sweet tea! Southern Charm’s Shep Rose, Craig Conover and Leva Bonaparte weighed in on which of their castmates could tie the knot first in Us Weekly’s “Southern Charm Confessions” video.The trio exclusively told Us who they’d pick to get married next among the Bravo cast — pointing to Shep and Craig as frontrunners.- Advertisement – The Bourbon and Bubbles co-owner added: “Craig’s getting into adulthood. He’s spreading his little wings.”When it comes to who will have a child next, the Sewing Down South designer picked former costar Thomas Ravenel, before switching to Austen Kroll.“I would like to say me, but I think it’ll end up being Kathryn [Dennis],” Leva, who has a 2-year-old son with husband Lamar, explained.- Advertisement – The trio also revealed their choices for best dressed cast member over the years with Shep, 40, and Craig both pointing to the Delaware native.“I say Craig is kinds of stylish. I don’t agree with some of his style choices, but I think he’s pretty stylish,” the Shep Gear creator said.Leva, for her part, identified Kathryn, 29, as the worst dressed … at times.Southern Charm Cast Predict Who Will Get Married Have Baby Next“Kathryn’s a hit or miss. Sometimes she’s like glorious and other times you’re like, [woah]. That’s here thing,” she told Us. “She’s like a Sour Patch Kid, you never know what you’re going to get.”Leva continued: “She’s very authentic with her fashion, because you never know what you’re going to get. You’re in the nail salon and she’s in a dominatrix outfit and you’re like, ‘What’s happening?’”For more Southern Charm cast confessions, including which cast member is the life of the party, check out Us Weekly’s video above. Plus, see which Bravo show each reality star would want to do a crossover with and which Housewife they’d date.Southern Charm airs Thursdays on Bravo at 9 p.m. ET.Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! “Somehow it might be Shep, which is crazy. A full reversal,” Craig, 31, said. “I would pick Shep.”Shep, however, admitted he doesn’t know who will walk down the aisle, joking, “I hope no one.”Southern Charm Cast Predict Who Will Get Married Have Baby NextLeva Bonaparte, John Pringle, Kathryn Dennis, Shep Rose, Austen Kroll, Madison LeCroy and Craig Conover John Valkos/Tommy Garcia/BravoLeva, who is new to the cast in season 7, picked Craig, noting that she’s met his “current woman friend” and she’s “really sweet, really beautiful, very quiet.”- Advertisement –last_img read more

Despite injury to star Tumolo, Syracuse offense rolls in 16-4 rout of Cornell

first_imgMinutes after blowing out Cornell, Syracuse’s contingent sat at the postgame press conference, subdued. The victory was overshadowed by the injury of one of the Orange’s best players.No. 5 Syracuse (10-3, 5-0 Big East) defeated Cornell (7-5, 3-3 Ivy) 16-4 in front of 331 in the Carrier Dome on Tuesday, but the injury of team captain and star player Michelle Tumolo was on her teammates’ minds.At the 18:38 mark of the first half, Tumolo went down around the 40-yard line near the SU bench. Play was stopped and Tumolo was down for about two minutes. The SU attack did not return to the game, and afterward was seen walking off of the field with a brace on her left knee using crutches, forcing freshman attack Kayla Treanor to step up in her absence.SU head coach Gary Gait said Tumolo’s status is unknown.“We’ll know more in the days to come,” he said. “We’ll get her looked at and find out what’s going on. I really haven’t talked about it to anybody yet.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“… You never want to lose anybody and you’ve got to believe they’re OK. And at this point, I do.”Treanor filled Tumolo’s void on the right side of the offense. Treanor, the team’s second leading goal-scorer, is familiar with the position. With Tumolo suspended for the team’s season-opener against Jacksonville, Treanor scored five goals from the right side on Jan. 13.“It’s really upsetting when a player goes down, especially a player like Michelle,” Treanor said. “But you’ve got to keep playing the game. There’s still time left on the clock.”On Tuesday, Treanor rose to the occasion, scoring once before and three times after Tumolo left the game. A natural righty, Treanor played left-handed on Tuesday.“Again, she steps up. (Treanor) plays just as well lefty as she does righty,” Gait said. “Just had to call on her a little bit more than we would have with Michelle in the game. The pressure was on and she handled it pretty well and had lots of good opportunities.”SU’s offense flowed through Treanor and Devon Collins behind the cage. Collins played more directly behind the net, as opposed to her normal position on the left or atop the Syracuse offense. Treanor and Collins looked to create scoring opportunities for Kailah Kempney, Alyssa Murray and Katie Webster.Collins and Kempney, who each scored two goals on the day, were also active with Tumolo out. Collins also had five shots, an assist, caused a turnover and drew a foul. Kempney had four shots and three assists.With the Orange leading 4-0, Murray found Kempney on the right side of the net, who then passed across to Collins on the front-left doorstep. Collins scored to extend the lead to 5-0.“Devon played great,” Gait said. “… She got a little bit more time today and put the ball away and did a great job stepping in, playing down low. She played that position last year and was very comfortable going back to it, so we feel good about her there.”With the Orange up 5-2, Treanor threw a pass from behind the net to Collins, who was stopped from point-blank range. Moments later, Murray found Kempney, who had a clear path to the net. But Kempney’s shot was stopped.With just less than eight minutes left in the first half, Treanor had the ball in front of the cage on the right side. Looking left, she protected the ball with her back and spun right toward the goal. She beat the goaltender and extended the lead to 6-2.On a quick turnover, Kempney ran down the field and found Treanor cutting down the seam for a goal, bringing the score to 7-2. Treanor also had a scoring chance before halftime, but her shot hit the post.Two-plus minutes into the second half, Collins passed to a cutting Amy Cross from behind the net for SU’s 11th goal.Erica Bodt, Linley Block and Kirkland Locey also scored goals in the second half as the Orange rode through the blowout despite Tumolo’s injury. But in the final stretch of the season before the Big East and NCAA tournaments, how much time Tumolo misses is a major concern.At the end of the game, Becca Block walked off of the field with Tumolo and Loren Ziegler.Said Block: “I guess we’re all trying to stay positive and hope for the best.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 17, 2013 at 12:38 am Contact Josh: jmhyber@syr.edulast_img read more