RelatedPosts De La Hoya quits retirement Pacquiao to fight for WBA welterweight title Retired boxer-turned-promoter Oscar De La Hoya is being sued by a woman claiming he sexually assaulted and battered her during a drug- and alcohol-induced encounter in 2017, leaving her with physical injuries and in emotional distress.The woman is seeking unspecified damages from the 46-year-old former Olympic gold medalist and six-division world champion.Specifically, De La Hoya is accused of inviting the woman, a registered nurse, to his Pasadena, California home in November 2017. It was there, she claimed, that De La Hoya became intoxicated after downing several bottles of liquor and a bag of “what appeared to be cocaine” in his kitchen.De La Hoya allegedly brought the woman to his bedroom, where she says he told her about his fetish for transgender porn and asked if she wanted to “experiment” sexually. After she turned down several of his requests, Doe claimed De La Hoya grew angry and ultimately ‘held her down with one arm while sexually assaulting her.The woman claims she “repeatedly said no and demanded that De La Hoya stop.”In response to her screams, she said De La Hoya laughed and offered her a shot of alcohol. The woman claimed she refused and left his home in “extreme pain and shock.”“The acts of De La Hoya, as alleged herein, were extreme, outrageous, and beyond all bounds of decency tolerated in a civilized society,” read the complaint filed in Los Angeles Super Court. “Moreover, De La Hoya’s conduct was malicious, oppressive, highly reprehensible and done with the intent to subject Plaintiff to unjust hardship, and as such warrants the imposition of punitive damages in an amount sufficient to punish De La Hoya and deter all others from engaging in similar conduct.”A spokesman for De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions did not immediately respond to the Daily Mail’s request for comment.This is not the first time De La Hoya has been accused of sexual misconduct.He was accused of rape in 1998, but Mexican authorities ultimately declined to file charges and he maintained his innocence.A 15-year-old complainant previously sued him in San Bernadino, California Superior Court, accusing De La Hoya of raping her in Mexico in 1996. The two parties settled out of court.Tags: Oscar De La Hoya
Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] Latest Posts Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Bio MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020 ELLSWORTH — Dottie Cameron picks up a bat and softball in the corner of Ellsworth’s Katsiaficas Gymnasium. It’s time for fielding drills in one of the team’s first practices of the year, and the Eagles are ready to ease into it.Well, at least that’s what they think.“I’m going to hit this one pretty soft,” Cameron says.The “ping” of her aluminum bat sounds. The ball rips toward the left side of the infield and gets past Ellsworth’s infielders with ease.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“Just kidding, I guess,” she says as she laughs. “That wasn’t soft at all.”She does it over and over again. Whether they’re hit straight at the infielders or toward the gaps, the balls are flying off the bat at lightning speed. That’s how Cameron likes it.“Practice like you play,” she tells the girls. “This is what you’ll see when the games start, and we’re almost there.”Two weeks from today, the Ellsworth softball team will take the field for its first regular-season game with Cameron as its head coach. She had previously been an assistant under Rick Roberts, who stepped down from the team in November.“I would say I coach in a very different way than Rick Roberts,” Cameron said. “With Rick, he was everybody’s friend. That’s not to say I’m not, but I’m just more intense. I just bring my energy to the table, and that’s my way of coaching and getting the best out of these players.”Cameron was the top candidate to take the job from the moment Roberts decided he would no longer coach the team. He recommended her for the job soon after informing Ellsworth of his decision, and Cameron obliged.So far, Ellsworth players have noticed a few differences in the buildup to the season. For one, the team’s pitching staff is no longer at a disadvantage because they can participate in Roberts’ pitching clinics during the fall and winter months. Maine Principals’ Association rules forbid such activities.Cameron, originally from South Plainfield, N.J., at Husson University in college. After graduating from Husson in 2012, she then spent one year as an assistant there in 2013 before eventually joining Roberts’ staff in Ellsworth.“I think she’s more hands-on than coach Rick was,” catcher Callie Hammer said. “It’s definitely different going from one coach to another, but the fact that she has that passion for the game and played here is something we look up to.”After a down year two seasons ago, Ellsworth turned things around and went 12-6 in 2016. This year’s team has a lot of returning talent around the infield and at the plate, and the potential is there for the team to score a lot of runs.On the mound, the Eagles will have to make up for the loss of standout pitcher Kate Whitney, the team’s No. 1 arm all season. One pitcher on whom the Eagles will be relying on this year is Sammy Mason. Mason hasn’t played in three years, but being able to work with Roberts has helped.“It’s been a bit tough for me to get back into things because I’m used to playing tennis in the spring, but being able to work with both coaches has helped,” Mason said. “I’ve had to shake off some rust and remember some of my pitches, but now that things are getting going, I’d say it’s a lot easier.”Ellsworth’s early practices didn’t truly kick off until Monday. The team spent a few days in the classroom rather than the gym late last week to learn about Cameron’s vision for the team. She wants to emphasize conditioning. She wants her players to match her own intensity. Above all, though, she wants to get the most out of each one of them.“This is a team that has a lot of room to be great, and I think the girls are all buying in,” Cameron said. “I have a feeling this team is going to surprise some people. Our ceiling is high, and we’re hungry and ready to win.”Correction: The original version of this story said Dottie Cameron played high school softball in Ellsworth. She played at South Plainfield High School in New Jersey.
Sophomore quarterback Austin Wilson won’t practice Tuesday due to an upper-body injury and he is day-to-day, Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer said during his weekly teleconference Tuesday.Wilson sustained the injury during the fourth quarter of Syracuse’s 38-20 loss to Florida State on Saturday and didn’t return to the field. Freshman quarterback AJ Long, who threw for 167 yards and two touchdowns in the loss, will take the “dominant” amount of the first-team reps at quarterback during practice this week, Shafer said.Shafer said after Saturday’s game that Wilson had a “pretty good headache,” but called it an “upper-body injury” when asked if it was a concussion and said the same on Tuesday.The head coach added that the Orange’s coaching staff isn’t worried about overworking Long, who sat out the end of preseason camp with a sore shoulder, during practice this week.SU (2-4, 0-2 Atlantic Coast) plays Wake Forest (2-4, 0-2 ACC) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina on Saturday at noon.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on October 14, 2014 at 12:35 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbb Facebook Twitter Google+
Published on March 14, 2015 at 11:46 pm Syracuse (7-2, 1-1 Atlantic Coast) beat Harvard (2-2, 1-0 Ivy) 11-10, on Saturday in Deland, Florida at Stetson University.The Crimson opened up the game with a 4-1 run in which No. 5 SU wasted two free-position opportunities and committed two turnovers. SU goalie Kelsey Richardson saved just one of the eight shots she faced in the first half. At halftime SU trailed 7-5.But to start the second half, the Orange rattled off three consecutive goals in 1 minute, 40 seconds, taking an 8-7 lead. The Crimson still pestered the Orange, tying the game at eight.Goals from Riley Donahue and Halle Majorana midway through the second half helped SU grab a two-goal lead. With just under 12 minutes left, Harvard midfielder Maeve McMahon countered with one of her four goals to pull the Crimson within one goal.After another SU goal, McMahon again brought the game within one goal with just 59 seconds left in the game. Richardson, who struggled throughout the first half came up with a save in the final minute to preserve the lead.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSU overcame Harvard holding attack Kayla Treanor without a goal for the second-consecutive game. Majorana, who tallied two goals, was the only multi-goal scorer for the Orange and SU’s bench scored five of its 11 goals.The Orange plays Cornell (5-1, 2-0 Ivy) on Tuesday at 6 p.m. at home.Compiled by Chris Libonati, staff writer, [email protected] Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Brady tallied 4,773 passing yards and 30 touchdowns in his career at Michigan before entering the NFL draft in 2000. He has now won an NFL-record six Super Bowl titles. The Patriots are tied with the Steelers for the most wins all time as well (6). Former Patriots RB Antowain Smith on Tom Brady: ‘To me, he is the G.O.A.T.’ A familiar face could return to Michigan.Jim Harbaugh wants a Tom Brady statue to be built on the campus following New England’s victory in Super Bowl 53 on Feb. 3. The four-year coach expressed his desire to honor the former Michigan quarterback on his podcast, Attack Each Day. Super Bowl 53: Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s legacy by the numbers Brady started 23 games for the Wolverines between 1998 and 1999. He was 20–5 as a starter after he served as a backup in both of his freshman and sophomore seasons. “I think it’s time, don’t you, for a Tom Brady statue to built right here,” Harbaugh said. “Right in front of Schembechler Hall, or do you put it in the stadium? Where would you put the Tom Brady statue?”The tunnel? Maybe the tunnel? Where do you put it? Maybe some of the listeners can tell us.” Related News