31 Views no discussions Share Food & DiningLifestyle Strawberry-Apricot Slush. by: – August 9, 2011 Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Strawberry-Apricot Slush.This frosty, fruity slush only requires three ingredients and 5 minutes to make. Sweet frozen strawberries, rich apricot nectar, and a little cold water blend together to create a fresh summertime treat.This fat-free concoction can be served as a light and refreshing dessert or as a fruity beverage to accompany your lunch.Iingredients:1 10-ounce package frozen strawberries3/4 cup apricot nectar2 to 3 tablespoons cold waterDirections:In a blender container, blend together frozen strawberries, apricot nectar, and water. Makes 2 to 3 servings.Recipe source: Better Homes and Gardens
The University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team completed the season undefeated at home Sunday with a 2-1 win over Ohio State University.Apart from the undefeated home record, the win also brought the Badgers to a 10-win regular season, marking the first time UW has accomplished either of these since the 2013 season. The 10-win finish is double the team’s total from last season.Men’s soccer: No. 24 Badgers cruise to a 3-1 win over Western IllinoisThe No. 24 University of Wisconsin-Madison’s men’s soccer team came away with a 3-1 victory yesterday evening over visiting Western Read…Sunday’s game against the Buckeyes was also Wisconsin’s Senior Day, and it was a celebration to remember after the Badgers sent off three seniors with a win. Wisconsin fans and teammates celebrated the final regular season performances by senior goalkeeper Casey Beyers, defender Matej Radonic and midfielder Brian Hail.The Badgers have built their offense around a team effort all season, with multiple players scoring goals and spreading the offensive attack across the roster. This was no different on Sunday. Early in the game, UW junior midfielder Enda O’Neill scored his first career goal off of an assist from junior forward Tom Barlow. In the midst of the action, Barlow managed to force the ball free from OSU goalkeeper Parker Siegfried’s grip before dishing it out to O’Neill for the score.The Badgers netted their second goal only minutes before the halftime whistle blew, when sophomore Isaac Schlenker sent a hard shot into the back post off of an assist from junior forward Chris Mueller. As the first half ended, the Badgers walked into halftime with a commanding 2-0 lead.The Buckeyes hit the field for the second half playing as a much improved team with increased aggressiveness and speed. The Badgers were ready for the challenge though, and elevated their own play to match this tone as the two sides went back and forth until the Buckeyes got on the board. In the 85th minute, Ohio State senior forward Yaw Amankwa sent a strike past UW starting goalkeeper Phillip Schilling to cut the Badgers’ lead in half. Despite the late surge by the Buckeyes, Wisconsin battled to a 2-1 victory in the final minutes.This has been quite the season for the Badgers. They were projected to finish seventh in the Big Ten according to the Big Ten Men’s Soccer Coaches Preseason Poll, but instead finished third after Sunday’s result. UW has also performed well against the toughest talent in the conference with a tie to second-place Indiana University and an overtime loss to University of Maryland on the road.Men’s soccer: Wisconsin holds No. 7 Indiana to 0-0 draw at homeThe University of Wisconsin men’s soccer team proved their potential once again this year as they battled No. 4 Indiana University into Read…Wisconsin secured the No. 3 seed in the Big Ten tournament as the Badgers host a rematch of Sunday in a battle with the No. 6 seed Buckeyes. Kickoff is slated for next Monday, Nov. 6 at noon in Madison’s McClimon Complex.With a tough defense and a dynamic offense that can strike from anywhere on the field, the Badgers could be a dangerous team in next week’s conference tournament.
Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 22 Comments Share Dallas Cowboys fullback Keith Smith (41) runs away from Arizona Cardinals inside linebacker Scooby Wright (58) during the first half of the Pro Football Hall of Fame NFL preseason game in Canton, Ohio, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane) The Arizona Cardinals announced Tuesday they have elevated linebacker Scooby Wright from the practice squad to the active roster. They have also signed linebacker Connor Harris and offensive lineman Vinston Painter to the practice squad.Wright, an alumnus of the University of Arizona, was inactive in Week 1 and has been on the Cardinals practice squad since then. He was drafted in 2016 by the Cleveland Browns but came back to the desert last season in December. Wright has played in three NFL games, all with the Cardinals. Top Stories Harris is a 5-foot-11, 242-pound linebacker who played his collegiate football at D-II Lindenwood and set the all-time NCAA record for tackles with 633 in 48 games. He also won the 2016 Cliff Harris Award, given to the top non-D-I defensive player in the country. He signed with the Jets out of college as an undrafted free agent.Painter played in Sunday’s Cardinals game against the 49ers after joining the active roster the previous day. He originally came to the Cardinals by joining the practice squad in September. He’s previously played with the Redskins, Dolphins, Giants, Browns and Broncos since being drafted out of Virginia Tech in 2013.The Cardinals’ Week 5 matchup comes in the form of a road contest at the Philadelphia Eagles (3-1). Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact