Coming to Austin, TX from April 6th through the 9th, the annual Euphoria Music Festival has returned with a great initial lineup. The first of three announcements sees Euphoria welcome headliners Alesso, Pretty Lights Live and Young Thugs, topping the bill on a lineup that will keep fans dancing throughout the weekend.The full announcement includes Bob Moses, Chronixx & Zincfence Redemption, The Floozies, The Knocks, Papadosio, Dr. Fresch, Poolside, Tennyson, Unlike Pluto, The Funk Hunters and so many more! You can see the lineup card posted below, and head to the festival’s website for details.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Head coach Dennis Lawrence believes Trinidad and Tobago deserved at least a point from their World Cup qualifier against Mexico last Tuesday.The hosts crashed to a narrow 1-0 defeat to the CONCACAF giants after having a goal wrongfully disallowed for off-side in the 32nd minute.And while Lawrence conceded his side had not played well enough to win the contest, he contended a share of the points would have been a more just result.“I didn’t think we did enough to win the game but I also felt we did enough to get something out of the game,” the former national defender said.“I think we were a bit unlucky with the goal that we scored – it was clearly onside from what I saw. I can’t fault the boys for effort. The only thing (as) I said to them is that sometimes we have to believe how good we can be.“We spoke about things before the game (but) we go into the game and we allowed the Mexico team to get too much control of the game. As soon as we won the ball, we gave it back to them …”He added: “In terms of our organisation, our structure defensively … it was difficult to break us down in open play but we didn’t do enough to take the game to the other end, we didn’t test their keeper enough so I felt we fell short in that aspect but in terms of losing the game, I think we did enough to get something out of the game.”T&T thought they were ahead in the first half when Joevin Jones, on the left, picked up Kevin Molino’s pass and burst into the box before unleashing an explosive volley into the back of the nets.The goal was ruled offside by Jamaican referee Valdin Legister even though replays showed Jones was a couple yards behind the last defender when the ball was played.Diego Reyes settled the game in the 58th minute, however, nodding home strongly from the centre of the box following a right-sided corner.Despite the defeat, Lawrence said there were positives to be taken from the game which could help Trinidad in the future.“We are obviously starting to get that belief in ourselves slowly. We played a very, very good Mexican team. They are obviously very confident and capable in their abilities in managing the game and keeping possession of the ball and we matched them in a lot of the aspects of the game.“So in terms of progression, I can take a lot of confidence and faith in our organisation and try to understand the things we wanted to do.”The defeat left Trinidad and Tobago bottom of the CONCACAF qualifying final round, with tough road fixtures against United States and Costa Rica looming in June.
HTML Box Score Freshman Becca Hittner (Urbandale, Iowa) followed with 15 points and added five rebounds. Redshirt sophomore Becca Jonas (Independence, Mo.) and freshman Brenni Rose (Shawnee, Kan.) each contributed 10 points and four rebounds, respectively, to the Bulldog win. Off the opening jump ball, Jonas scored on a breakaway layup just four seconds into the game off a deep home run pass by Ingle as Drake never trailed in the game and led by as many as 53 points. Live Stats 1350 ESPN DES MOINES THE VALLEY ON ESPN3 Listen Live Watch Live PDF Box Score Next Game: The Bulldogs were led by senior Lizzy Wendell (Blue Springs, Mo.) who finished with a game-high 20 points on a 6-of-13 shooting performance and added four rebounds, four assists and two steals. Senior Caitlin Ingle (Runnells, Iowa), who was just shy of a double-double, added a game-high seven assists in addition to her 16 points. Preview Full Schedule Roster at Indiana State 2/17/2017 – 6 PM Following Sunday’s game, Drake hits the road for its final regular season road trip with games at Indiana State on Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. and at Loyola on Feb. 19 at 1 p.m.Print Friendly Version Photo Galley 2 (BC) Drake (20-4, 13-0 MVC) earned its 14th-straight win as all 10 available players scored for the second-straight game. The Bulldogs shot 50 percent from both the field (36-of-72) and three-point arch (14-of-28). Every Bulldog scored a total of four points or more and logged at least 11 minutes of playing time. Story Links Photo Gallery As a team, the Bulldogs forced 28 points off of turnovers and had 42 total rebounds, 23 of which were pulled down in the first half of the game. Drake also benefited from 14 steals and 24 total assists. Bradley (9-15, 5-8 MVC) was led by Vanessa Markert with 10 points while Chelsea Brackmann led the Braves with a game-high of eight rebounds DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake women’s basketball team cruised to a 98-46 victory over Bradley on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12, at the Knapp Center in front of 3,219 fans. The victory improved Drake’s record to 13-0 in Missouri Valley Conference play to set the best-ever start to league play in MVC history.