Richmond Times-Dispatch : 2020-12-11

SCOREBOARD : 27 : B7

SCOREBOARD

B7 ••• RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2020 SCOREBOARD GOLF U.S. Women’s Open At Champions Golf Course; Houston, Texas ( a- amateur) Note: Tournament being played at two courses: Cypress Creek ( 6,731 yards; Par 71) and Jackrabbit ( 6,558 yards; Par 71) Amy Olson 67 Bianca Pagdangana­n 72 Hinako Shibuno 68 Ingrid Lindblad ( a) 72 Moriya Jutanugarn 68 Bronte Law 73 A Lim Kim 68 Mone Inami 73 Linnea Strom 69 Yuna Nishimura 73 Linn Grant ( a) 69 Brittany Lang 73 Patty Tavatanaki­t 69 Chella Choi 73 Gerina Piller 69 Teresa Lu 73 Charley Hull 69 Mamiko Higa 73 Sophia Popov 69 Morgan Pressel 73 Yuka Saso 69 Rose Zhang ( a) 73 Jodi Ewart Shadoff 70 Celine Boutier 73 P. R.- Bouchard ( a) 70 Anna Nordqvist 73 Lindsey Weaver 70 Jin Young Ko 73 Mina Harigae 70 Jeongeun Lee6 73 Amelia Garvey ( a) 70 Nelly Korda 73 Megan Khang 70 Ryann O’Toole 73 Maja Stark ( a) 70 Ally Ewing 73 Brittany Lincicome 70 Anne van Dam 73 Hyejin Choi 70 Sayaka Takahashi 73 Sung Hyun Park 70 Ina Kim- Schaad ( a) 73 Jennifer Kupcho 70 Yui Kawamoto 73 Ariya Jutanugarn 70 Minyoung2 Lee 74 Kaitlyn Papp ( a) 71 Jing Yan 74 Caroline Masson 71 Pernilla Lindberg 74 Azahara Munoz 71 Cydney Clanton 74 Sarah Schmelzel 71 Janie Jackson 74 Ashleigh Buhai 71 Minami Katsu 74 Cristie Kerr 71 Momoko Ueda 74 Nasa Hataoka 71 Emilia Migliaccio ( a) 74 Gabriela Ruffels ( a) 71 Eun Hee Ji 74 Carlota Ciganda 71 Minjee Lee 74 Lydia Ko 71 Mirim Lee 74 Brittany Altomare 71 Lexi Thompson 74 Inbee Park 71 Gaby Lopez 74 Nuria Iturrioz 71 Madelene Sagstrom 74 Perrine Delacour 72 Cheyenne Knight 75 Lauren Stephenson 72 Kelly Tan 75 Mi Hyang Lee 72 Auston Kim ( a) 75 Mi- Jeong Jeon 72 L. M. Humphreys ( a) 75 Yealimi Noh 72 Katherine Kirk 75 Jenny Shin 72 N. Koerstz Madsen 75 Danielle Kang 72 E. Kristine Pedersen 75 Hae Ran Ryu 72 Kana Mikashima 75 Brooke Henderson 72 Su Oh 75 Lizette Salas 72 Angel Yin 75 Stacy Lewis 72 Seon Woo Bae 75 Hannah Green 72 Austin Ernst 75 Sei Young Kim 72 M. Fernanda Torres 75 Jessica Korda 72 Mel Reid 75 So Yeon Ryu 72 Alena Sharp 75 Narin An 72 Ji Yeong Kim2 75 Lucie Malchirand ( a) Emma Spitz ( a) Beatrice Wallin ( a) Yu Liu Marianne Skarpnord Pornanong Phatlum P. Anannaruka­rn Annie Park Esther Henseleit Sarah Jane Smith Caroline Hedwall Xiyu Lin Eri Okayama Ayaka Furue In Gee Chun J. Suwannapur­a Yu Jin Sung Ana Belac Saki Asai Nicole Broch Larsen Agathe Laisne ( a) Meghan MacLaren Olivia Mehaffey ( a) Caterina Don ( a) Sakura Koiwai Lei Ye ( a) Jennifer Song Heejeong Lim Amy Yang Heeyoung Park Ayaka Watanabe Christine Wolf Jaye Marie Green Kim Kaufman Mi Jung Hur Lala Anai Ho- Yu An ( a) Allisen Corpuz ( a) Seung Yeon Lee Frida Kinhult Kristen Gillman Jeongeun Lee F. Fernandez Cano Asuka Kashiwabar­a Angela Stanford B. Moresco ( a) Christina Kim Alessia Nobilio ( a) Georgia Hall Maria Fassi Erika Hara Emily Toy ( a) 75 75 75 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 76 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 78 79 79 79 79 80 80 81 81 81 83 83 88 TRANSACTIO­NS der Ovalles from Texas Rangers in exchange for 1B/ 3B Nate Lowe, minor league 1B Jake Guenther and a player to be named. BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Agreed to terms with RF Adam Eaton on a oneyear contract. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBAC­KS — Traded RHP Zach Pop to Miami for a player to be named later. TAMPA BAY RAYS — Acquired minor league C/ OF Heriberto Hernandez, INF Osleivis Basabe and OF Alexan- LOS ANGELES DODGERS — Promoted Janet Marie Smith to executive vice president of planning and developmen­t. COLLEGE BASKETBALL NEW YORK METS — Traded RHP Luis Oviedo, received in Rule 5 draft, to Pittsburgh in exchange for cash considerat­ions. Men’s Scores Thursday’s Results Buffalo 81, Mercyhurst 64 Coppin St. 85, UNC- Greensboro 80 Campbell 122, Florida National 92 East Carolina 73, North Florida 67 Jacksonvil­le 77, New Orleans 70 Mississipp­i 80, Jackson St. 45 Morehead St. 81, Transylvan­ia 55 Troy 62, North Alabama 57 North Dakota 75, South Dakota 71 Ohio 92, Purdue- Northwest 72 W. Illinois 80, Mount St. Joseph 55 Sam Houston St. 107, LeTourneau 65 UC Riverside 74, N. Arizona 50 SAN DIEGO PADRES — Named Rafael Freitas head athletic trainer, Terence Brannic head strength & conditioni­ng coach, Adam Vish a strength & conditioni­ng coach, Seth Steinhauer physical therapist, Josh Hopper coordinato­r of pitching developmen­t, A. J. Patrick director of sports performanc­e, Ted Tomczyk director of sports medicine and Bryan Stroh senior vice president of baseball developmen­t. FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMORE RAVENS Wednesday’s Results Fairleigh Dickinson 79, CCSU 71 Hofstra 72, Stony Brook 67 St. Francis ( NY) 93, Bryant 91 Campbell 79, New Orleans 70 Clemson 67, Maryland 51 Florida St. 69, Indiana 67 Jacksonvil­le 78, Florida National 69 Lamar 63, Louisiana- Monroe 60 Lipscomb 80, SE Missouri 74 Louisiana Tech 78, SE Louisiana 69 Marshall 84, Coll. of Charleston 72 Morehead St. 77, Transylvan­ia 55 Radford 98, Mars Hill 50 Richmond 78, N. Iowa 68 The Citadel 102, Carver 51 Tulane 58, Southern Miss. 38 UAB 89, Tuskegee 64 UNC- Wilmington 116, St. Andrews 66 VCU 95, NC A& T 59 Chattanoog­a 77, Bellarmine 68 Chicago 88, Chicago St. 51 Cincinnati 78, Furman 73 Drake 90, McKendree 66 E. Michigan 95, Adrian 35 Evansville 68, E. Illinois 65 Georgia Tech 75, Nebraska 64 Miami ( Ohio) 67, W. Illinois 57 Michigan 91, Toledo 71 Missouri 69, Liberty 60 Pittsburgh 71, Northweste­rn 70 Valparaiso 80, SIU- Edwardsvil­le 58 Wisconsin 73, Rhode Island 62 Xavier 99, Oklahoma 77 Youngstown St. 72, Point Park 52 Ark.- Pine Bluff 75, Arkansas St. 74 Arkansas 79, Southern U. 44 Baylor 83, Stephen F. Austin 52 Providence 79, TCU 70 Tarleton St. 84, Arlington Baptist 43 Texas 74, Texas St. 53 Texas Tech 51, Abilene Christian 44 Arizona 85, CS Bakersfiel­d 60 Boise St. 74, BYU 70 N. Colorado 87, Colorado Christian 62 Oregon 87, Florida A& M 66 Pepperdine 74, California 62 S. Utah 81, Utah Valley St. 71 San Jose St. 87, Fresno Pacific 79 Santa Clara 76, Cal Poly 69 UCLA 83, San Diego 56 Washington 73, Seattle 41 Washington St. 61, Idaho 58 Wyoming 83, Denver 61 — Activated WR Willie Snead from reserve/ COVID19 list. Place WR Dez Bryant on the reserve/ COVID- 19 list. Activated TE Eli Wolf from the practice squad injured reserve. BUFFALO BILLS — Signed general manager Brandon Beane to a multiyear contract extension. — Activated DE Yetur Gross- Matos from the reserve/ COVID- 19 list. — Placed WR DeAndre Carter on the reserve/ COVID19 list. CAROLINA PANTHERS CHICAGO BEARS DALLAS COWBOYS — Placed DB Chidobe Awuzin on the reserve/ COVID- 19 list. Designated C Tyler Biadasz to return from injured reserve. Activated WR Aaron Parker from the practice squad injured reserve list. — Designated TE Jake Butt to return from injured reserve. Activated WR Diontae Spencer for the reserve/ COVID- 19 list. — Activated RB A. J. Dillon from the reserve/ COVID19 list. DENVER BRONCOS GREEN BAY PACKERS INDIANAPOL­IS COLTS — Signed T Will Holden to the active roster from the Baltimore practice squad. — Signed DT Lee Autry to the practice squad. Released WR Marcell Ateman. — Promoted K Austin MacGinnis to the active roster. — Signed TE Hale Hentges to the active roster from Indianapol­is practice squad. — Activated WR Julian Edelman from the reserve/ COVID- 19 list. Activated TE Devin Asiasi from injured reserve. Placed TE Ryan Izzo on injured reserve. LAS VEGAS RAIDERS LOS ANGELES RAMS MINNESOTA VIKINGS NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS NEW YORK GIANTS — Signed LB Trent Harris to the practice squad. — Placed LB Vince Williams on reserve/ COVID19 list. PITTSBURGH STEELERS TENNESSEE TITANS — Activated DB Chris Jackson from the reserve/ COVID- 19 list. Women’s Scores WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM — Designated WR Antonio Gandy- Golden to return from injured reserve. Thursday’s Results Baylor 65, West Virginia 45 Delaware 93, St. John’s 88 Maine 62, Providence 48 UMass 74, New Hampshire 55 Belmont 83, Tennessee St. 35 Clemson 71, Virginia 55 Coastal Carolina 67, UNC- Pembroke 59 Grambling St. 66, Louisiana- Monroe 42 Tennessee 90, Furman 53 Virginia Tech 88, Pittsburgh 71 Wake Forest 57, North Carolina 54 Drake 82, Northwest Missouri State 30 Kansas St. 62, S. Dakota St. 53 Marquette 86, Cincinnati 75 Northweste­rn 93, E. Illinois 57 Ohio St. 104, Miami ( Ohio) 65 South Dakota 62, Wichita St. 54 Toledo 82, N. Illinois 79 Abilene Christian 95, Mary HardinBayl­or 49 Oral Roberts 66, Tarleton State 56 Texas A& M 79, UALR 56 Arizona 65, Arizona St. 37 BYU 72, Montana St. 58 Boise St. 84, E. Washington 64 Cal Poly 70, New Mexico St. 60 Colorado St. 84, San Diego St. 77, 2OT PRO FOOTBALL NFL AFC East W LT Pct PF PA Buffalo Miami New England N. Y. Jets 9 3 0 .750 333 306 8 4 0 .667 303 212 6 6 0 .500 274 255 0 12 0 .000 180 353 AFC South W LT Pct PF PA Indianapol­is Tennessee Houston Jacksonvil­le 8 4 0 .667 328 273 8 4 0 .667 359 326 4 8 0 .333 288 323 1 11 0 .083 251 352 AFC North W LT Pct PF PA Pittsburgh Cleveland Baltimore Cincinnati 11 9 7 2 1 0 .917 334 211 3 0 .750 306 321 5 0 .583 316 231 9 1 .208 237 308 AFC West W LT Pct PF PA Kansas City Las Vegas Denver L. A. Chargers 11 7 4 3 1 0 .917 370 254 5 0 .583 323 347 8 0 .333 225 320 9 0 .250 277 345 NFC East W LT Pct PF PA COLLEGE FOOTBALL N. Y. Giants Washington Philadelph­ia Dallas 5 5 3 3 7 0 .417 231 265 7 0 .417 264 260 8 1 .292 253 307 9 0 .250 268 393 Scores Thursday’s Games NFC South W LT Pct PF PA Southern Miss. 45, FAU 31 Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech, late New Orleans Tampa Bay Atlanta Carolina 10 7 4 4 2 0 .833 347 241 5 0 .583 344 280 8 0 .333 311 302 8 0 .333 280 300 Schedule NFC North W LT Pct PF PA Friday’s Games Green Bay Minnesota Chicago Detroit 9 6 5 5 3 0 .750 379 299 6 0 .500 319 329 7 0 .417 246 284 7 0 .417 286 358 North Texas at UTEP, 6 p. m. Arizona State at Arizona, 7 Nevada at San Jose State, 10 NFC West W LT Pct PF PA L. A. Rams Seattle Arizona San Francisco 8 8 6 5 4 0 .667 301 243 4 0 .667 353 321 6 0 .500 332 296 7 0 .417 285 288 PRO BASKETBALL NBA Preseason Schedule WEEK 14 Thursday’s Result Friday’s Games Orlando at Atlanta, 7 p. m. New York at Detroit, 7 Houston at Chicago, 8 L. A. Clippers at L. A. Lakers, 10 Sacramento at Portland, 10: 30 New England at L. A. Rams, late Sunday’s Games Arizona at N. Y. Giants, 1 p. m. Dallas at Cincinnati, 1 Denver at Carolina, 1 Houston at Chicago, 1 Kansas City at Miami, 1 Minnesota at Tampa Bay, 1 Tennessee at Jacksonvil­le, 1 Indianapol­is at Las Vegas, 4: 05 N. Y. Jets at Seattle, 4: 05 Atlanta at L. A. Chargers, 4: 25 Green Bay at Detroit, 4: 25 New Orleans at Philadelph­ia, 4: 25 Washington at San Francisco, 4: 25 Pittsburgh at Buffalo, 8: 20 Saturday’s Games Toronto at Charlotte, 7 p. m. Indiana at Cleveland, 7 Oklahoma City at San Antonio, 7 Dallas at Milwaukee, 8 Memphis at Minnesota, 8 Phoenix at Utah, 9 Sunday’s Games Orlando at Atlanta, 5 p. m. Washington at Brooklyn, 6 New York at Detroit, 7 Houston at Chicago, 8 L. A. Clippers at L. A. Lakers, 8: 30 Sacramento at Portland, 9 Monday’s Game Baltimore at Cleveland, 8: 15 p. m.