Written by Barnes recently completed his first season on the Aggies’ staff and played an instrumental role in Utah State winning 28 games, the third-most in school history. Tags: Craig Smith/National Association of Basketball Coaches/Tramel Barnes/USU Men’s Basketball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Tuesday, Utah State men’s basketball director of operations Tramel Barnes was named as one of the Top 30 coaches under the age of 30 by the National Association Basketball of Coaches. Head basketball coach Craig Smith lauded Barnes, calling him “intelligent and personable,” asserting he [Barnes] “has a bright future in our profession.” April 16, 2019 /Sports News – Local USU Men’s Basketball Assistant Tramel Barnes Named Top 30 Under 30 The Aggies also won a share of the regular season tournament and the Mountain West conference tournament. Associated Press
Prosecutor Alberto Nisman filed a 502-page indictment detailing the accusations in federal court. By Dialogo May 31, 2013 A copy of his filing will be sent to legal authorities in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Guyana, Paraguay, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago. A top Argentine prosecutor formally accused Iran on May 29 of opening secret intelligence stations in several South American countries to plan and conduct terror attacks. A bombing of the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires two years earlier, in 1992, killed 29 people and wounded 200 others. Argentine courts have charged eight current and former senior Iranian officials in the bombing, including Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi and former president Ali Rafsanjani. In those countries, “there are strong… indications that said infiltration and installation of intelligence stations have taken place,” Nisman said. “I legally accuse Iran of infiltrating several South American countries to install intelligence stations – in other words espionage bases – destined to commit, encourage and sponsor terror attacks like the one that took place against AMIA,” Nisman told reporters. The prosecutor’s filing came after Iran approved a memorandum of understanding with Argentina last week on forming a truth commission to investigate the AMIA bombing. Nisman is in charge of investigating the 1994 bombing of the Argentine Jewish Charities Federation (AMIA) building in Buenos Aires, which killed 85 people in the worst attack of its kind ever in Argentina. Tehran and Buenos Aires withdrew their ambassadors after the charges were filed against the Iranians. Iran has denied that its former or current officials were involved in the attack. Nisman urged Interpol to “take further measures in order to ensure the arrest of all eight defendants in the AMIA bombing with an international arrest warrant.” “We warn about… the possibility” that attacks could take place in those countries, “but those countries are the ones that must decide how to proceed.” Argentina’s Congress approved the agreement, but the political opposition and representatives of the country’s 300,000-strong Jewish community strenuously oppose it.
The No. 19 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (6-7-1, 1-4-1-1 Big Ten) struggled immensely against the University of Minnesota (5-6-3, 2-3-3-2 Big Ten) this weekend, but they still managed to come out of the series with a shootout victory.The Badgers were defeated 4–1 Friday, and the offense was nowhere to be found. Wisconsin found themselves in a 2–0 deficit until forward Sean Dhooghe added a power-play goal in the second period to bring the Badgers within one goal of the Golden Gophers. However, Minnesota would go on to score another pair of goals in the third period to ice the game.The Badgers scored on one of their three power-play attempts and stopped Minnesota on each of their two power plays. In the crease, Wisconsin goaltender Daniel Lebedeff allowed four goals on 29 shots, all of which came from different goal scorers.While Wisconsin earned just one point this weekend, it was a hard-fought one point, as they showed resiliency and an ability to fight adversity in Saturday’s shootout victory.Men’s Hockey: Inside Caufield’s early experiences as a BadgerThe immense hard work of Wisconsin Hockey’s recruitment has finally paid off. Freshman forward Cole Caufield is climbing the ladder Read…The Badgers got off to a much better start Saturday night than they did in Friday’s contest. Defenseman Ty Emberson struck first for Wisconsin, but the Golden Gophers managed to tie the game with just 0.2 seconds left in the period. Minnesota went on to score a pair of goals in the second period — one being on a power play — which resulted in the Badgers trailing 3–1 entering the final period of play.Wisconsin played with urgency in the third period, as Tarek Baker scored just 18 seconds into the period, and K’Andre Miller added another goal less than six minutes into the period to tie the game at three apiece. After a scoreless rest of the third period and two overtime periods of five-on-five and three-on-three play, Wisconsin forward Max Zimmer was finally able to find the back of the net in the third round of the shootout.Saturday’s affair will officially go down as a 3–3 tie, but Zimmer’s goal was enough to help the Badgers finish their impressive comeback and give them the extra point in the Big Ten Standings.While Wisconsin failed to score on all four of their power-play attempts, seven different Badgers found the scoresheet.Men’s Hockey: Wisconsin splits first series with No. 3 Notre Dame in thrilling fashionThe No. 16 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (6-6, 1-3 Big Ten) split a home series this past weekend Read…Jack Berry started in goal for Wisconsin and was stellar, saving 35 of the 38 shots he faced. He outdueled Minnesota goaltender Jack Lafontaine in his performance and earned the shootout victory for the Badgers.Wisconsin Head Coach Tony Granato credited Berry for his tremendous performance.“He hasn’t played a full game in a long time and especially when you get to three-on-three and a shootout, he made a lot of clutch save at different points in the game. Jack was outstanding,” Granato told Regional Radio Sports Network.This type of goaltending and the ability to close the door in late-game situations is exactly what the Badgers need and is what they will strive to continue to improve throughout the season.Wisconsin will face-off against Big Ten rival Michigan at the Kohl Center next weekend. While the Badgers wish that they could have this weekend back, they will have another chance to move up in the Big Ten and national rankings against another non-ranked opponent.Puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday and 4 p.m. Sunday. The games can be viewed on FSW+ on Saturday and BTN on Sunday, and both games can be listened to live on WTSO.