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No. 49 Men’s Tennis Setback By No. 10 Michigan

first_imgMichigan clinched the match with a 7-6 (5), 6-3 victory at No. 1 singles by Jathan Malik. The Wolverines jumped out to a 1-0 lead by winning the doubles point.  Print Friendly Version ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The 49th-ranked Drake University men’s tennis team lost to No. 10 Michigan, 4-0 on Friday at Ann Arbor, Mich. The Bulldogs will have a quick turnaround as they will play a doubleheader against Western Michigan and Michigan State on Sunday in East Lansing, Mich.center_img Sophomore Tom Hands fell to Runhao Hua 6-3, 7-5 at No. 4 singles, while Calum MacGeoch dropped his match to Kevin Wong, 6-3, 7-6 (1) at No. 3 as UM took a 3-0 advantage. DoublesNo. 1 — Kevin Wong/Jathan Malik (U-M) d. Bayo Philips/Ben Wood (Drake), 6-2No. 2 — Myles Schalet/Runhao Hau (U-M) vs. Vinny Gillespie/Tom Hands (Drake), 5-5 UnfinishedNo. 3 — Gabe Tishman/Carter Lin (U-M) d. Ben Stride/Calum MacGeoch (Drake), 6-3Order of Completion: Doubles 1-3, Singles 4-3-1 Michigan 4, Drake 0 March 10, 2016SinglesNo. 1 — Jathan Malik (U-M) d. Vinny Gillespie, 7-6 (5), 6-3No. 2 — Myles Schalet (U-M) vs. Ben Stride (Drake), 7-6 (6), 4-5 UnfinishedNo. 3 — Kevin Wong (U-M) d. Calum MacGeoch (Drake), 6-3, 7-6 (1)No. 4 — Runhao Hua (U-M) d. Tom Hands (Drake), 6-3, 7-5No. 5 — Carter Lin (U-M) vs. Barny Thorold (Drake), 6-4, 6-6 UnfinishedNo. 6 — Davis Crocker (U-M) vs. Bayo Philips (Drake), 7-6 (6), 3-3 Unfinishedlast_img read more

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49ers John Lynch dishes on what Giants wanted for Odell Beckham

first_imgSANTA CLARA — The 49ers’ hopes this season and beyond are rooted strongly in two players they’ve acquired via trade: Jimmy Garoppolo, their rehabilitating quarterback who arrived on Halloween 2017, and Dee Ford, their long-sought pass rusher by way of Kansas City.But one thing this 49ers regime can’t avoid is scuttlebutt over trades that weren’t consummated.Last season, a dark cloud lingered after a failed deal for then-Raiders pass rusher Khalil Mack, not to mention sincere interest in …last_img read more

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Moore Stephens Shipping Needs to Improve Risk Management

first_imgzoom Not enough companies in the shipping industry are following joined-up risk management procedures, according to international accountant and shipping adviser Moore Stephens.The second annual Moore Stephens Shipping Risk Survey revealed a fall in the overall level of satisfaction on the part of respondents that sound risk management had contributed to the success of their organisations. The involvement of senior management in managing risk at the highest level also declined against last year.Respondents to the survey rated the extent to which enterprise and business risk management is contributing to the success of their organisation at an average 6.6, on a scale of 1 (low) to 10 (high), compared to 6.9 last time. Under a quarter of respondents (23%) returned a rating of 8.0, compared to 26% last time, while 70% put the figure at more than 5.0 out of 10.0, as opposed to 74% in 2015.Overall, respondents rated the extent to which enterprise and business risk was being managed effectively by their organisations at 7.0 out of 10.0 (unchanged from last time).Demand trends were deemed by the greatest number of respondents to pose the highest level of risk to their organisation, closely followed by competition, with the cost and availability of finance in third place.“The survey revealed that risk is being managed effectively within a high percentage of those organisations which participated in the survey. It is nonetheless disappointing to find that confidence in the level to which enterprise and business risk management contributes to the success of shipping organisations has fallen slightly in the past 12 months. So, too, has high-level involvement by senior managers,” Michael Simms, Moore Stephens Partner, Shipping & Transport, said.Simms added that the current rating of 7.0 out of 10.0 in respect of the level of effective management of risk at companies which participated in the survey is not too discouraging, however, “it needs to be higher, as does the figure of just over 40% of companies which formally document the management of risk.”last_img read more

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