State College America’s Second-Fastest-Growing Coronavirus Hot Spot

Facing rapidly rising coronavirus case numbers, State College is the second-fastest-growing metropolitan coronavirus hot spot in America, according to the New York Times. The Times‘ investigation, updated Wednesday morning, found the borough’s 763 new coronavirus cases, up from 195 a week ago, particularly alarming. State College’s relative change of 350 cases per 100,000 people ranked second among eligible metropolitan…

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Baker says state is keeping an eye on college coronavirus testing and tracing efforts – The Boston Globe

Baker said at a State House news briefing that colleges’ testing efforts had generally been “pretty robust” and “pretty effective,” with the vast majority of colleges undertaking regular testing. The positive test rate so far is “very low, but clearly we need to make sure we stay on top of that,” he said. He said that contact tracing was…

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Assumption Strikes Gold with Winning Lineup at LIVT – PrepVolleyball.com | Club Volleyball | High School Volleyball | College Volleyball

There’s a new look to the sport of volleyball this year wherever you look, at all levels. The Louisville Invitational Volleyball Tournament (LIVT) was no different as the KIVA Sports Center hosted a one-day event with just eight area teams instead of the usual 24. Though Assumption is no stranger to the podium – it last won in 2018…

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In Case You Were Curious, Trevor Lawrence Expects 2020 Will Be His Last Year of College Football | Bleacher Nation

During Week 1’s Bears-Lions tilt, some fans fans flew past the idea of replacing Mitchell Trubisky with Nick Foles and went all the way to dreaming about Trevor Lawrence leading the offense. Seriously. It was a thing: As an FSU fan, gotta admit. Gonna be really weird cheering for Chicago Bears QB Trevor Lawrence next year — tar heel…

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Orange Coast College Unveils New Aquatics Facility

By Julia Wilson on SwimSwam Orange Coast College, based in Costa Mesa, Calif. revealed photos of their newly renovated aquatics facility. Pictures reveal an all-outdoor 65-meter-long pool along with a 25-meter-long diving and water polo space. Originally constructed in 1956, the facility houses the 2019 California Community College Athletic Association State Swimming and Diving Champions (CCCAA) on the women’s…

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