An alumnus of Hamden High School, Doctor Diana has been inducted into Hamden's Distinguished Alumni and Athletic Hall of Fames. He is a 1993 inductee of The New Haven Gridiron Club Hall of Fame and was nominated for the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame in 2005.
Born near Los Angeles, Dr. Beiner graduated cum laude from the University of California, San Diego. He moved to New Haven in 1992 for medical school at Yale University School of Medicine. Graduating in the top ten percent of his class, he was inducted into the honorary medical society Alpha Omega Alpha. He remained at Yale for his internship in General Surgery and residency in Orthopedic Surgery, and served as Chief Resident in 2001-2002. Awarded a fellowship at one of the top programs for Spine Surgery in the United States, he completed his training at Thomas Jefferson University and the Rothman Institute in Philadelphia. There he learned traditional spinal surgery methods as well as studying the most modern, cutting-edge techniques of non-operative and minimally invasive surgical techniques. His training prepared him to deal with a wide range of degenerative and traumatic spinal disorders. Working with Connecticut Orthopedic Specialists since 2003, Dr. Beiner is a partner in a group of specialists dealing with the range of musculoskeletal disorders. He has a particular interest and expertise in problems related to the cervical spine.
Dr. DeLott has contributed expert foot and ankle content to various health related web sites and publications, including a text "Foot and Ankle Pearls."
Dr. Michelle Pagliaro Haywood has been a part of OSM since 1998. At that time OSM was one of the first orthopaedic offices in the state offering chiropractic care. A graduate of Brown University with a degree in Human Biology. She received a Doctorate of Chiropractic from the National College of Chiropractic in Lombard, IL in 1997 where she graduated summa cum laude. She is also a certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. Dr. Michelle Pagliaro Haywood has been the team chiropractor for Sacred Heart University since 1998 and served as the team chiropractor for the Bridgeport Bluefish for 10 years. She is an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Clinical Services for the University of Bridgeport Chiropractic School. She specializes in chiropractic care for expectant mothers during pregnancy, treatment of the spine, and for sports injuries. In 2012, She was inducted into the Brown University Athletic Department Hall of Fame, where she played basketball and softball for the Bears. She was recognized by Griffin Hospital in 2013 as one of the Women Making a Difference in the Valley.
Textbook Editor:Masters Guide for Arthritis of the Upper Extremity, American Society for Surgery of the Hand, 2011
History vs. Professional Teams in U.S. Open Cup
Prior to the 2008 season the Bucks moved into the brand new $17-million Ultimate Soccer Arenas in Pontiac, Michigan, making them one of the few teams to play regularly on a full-size indoor soccer field. Prior to this, the Bucks were without a regular home field for several years, and played games at numerous different venues in Michigan.
The American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery certifies Dr. Irving. Among his professional affiliations, Dr. Irving is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and has been elected to The Society of Arthritic Joint Surgeons. He is also a member of the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons.
Former University of Delaware linebacker shot to death in Baltimore Kevin Tresolini, Delaware News Journal May 30, 2019 Former University of Delaware starting linebacker David Mackall has been identified by Baltimore Police as the victim killed in a shooting Wednesday afternoon, The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday. Mackall, 28 and a Baltimore native, was found by Baltimore Southwest District patrol officers after reports of a shooting on the 1900 block of Braddock Avenue in the Walbrook neighborhood. He had been shot in the torso and head and died after being taken to a nearby hospital, according to police. Homicide detectives are investigating the matter. Dave Brock, who was head coach during Mackall's final two years at UD, was saddened to hear of his tragic death. "You want so badly for the kids you coach to be successful and when something like this happens it just guts you," said Brock, now running backs coach with the Atlanta Falcons. "You just feel so badly for the loss of opportunity for him and for his family. It's just a really sad situation." Mackall was the father of two young sons. Mackall transferred to Delaware before the 2012 season from the University of Maryland, where he started at defensive end as a sophomore in 2011. He missed his first season at Delaware with an injury. Mackall then played all 12 games and started the last 10 at outside linebacker in 2013 for the Blue Hens, and finished third on the team with 75 tackles as Delaware went 7-5. Moved to middle linebacker, Mackall then started all 12 games while leading 6-6 Delaware with 84 tackles in 2014. Mackall also intercepted two passes in his UD career. "That guy was a physical player who put his heart into the game, said Pat Callaway, who played linebacker alongside Mackall both seasons. He was the guy you wanted next to you. But the only thing more important to him than football was his family. He was a huge family guy. Callaway is now a college scout with the Tennessee Titans. "I think David grew a lot when he was there," Brock said of Mackall's time at Delaware, "and kind of found himself on and off the field. I thought he provided a lot of leadership for the younger players and was a really good teammate." Before going to Maryland, Mackall had graduated from Baltimores Edmonson-Westside High School and then attended Fork Union Military Academy for a year.
Primarily working at the Hospital of Saint Raphael, Yale-New Haven Hospital and the Temple Ambulatory Center, Dr. Mayor is also a member of the Yale School of Medicine clinical faculty and an active member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
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The Bucks continued their dominance of the Great Lakes division in 2008 with an almost flawless season. They lost just one regular season game all year, 10 at home to Toronto Lynx, but were unstoppable elsewhere, invariably crushing their opponents with a combination of free scoring and solid defence. Among the highlights were a 50 battering of Fort Wayne Fever in mid-May, a 42 win over divisional rivals Cleveland Internationals in early June, a 31 road victory over newcomers Kalamazoo Outrage, and a 30 win over Toronto Lynx avenging their earlier defeat on the final day of the season. Their solid early-season form also gave them a berth in the US Open Cup for the third straight year, but fell in the first round by the odd goal in three against USL2 side Cleveland City Stars. The Bucks had the divisional title wrapped up long before the final weekend, eventually finishing 8 points clear of Cleveland in the standings; as such, they entered the playoffs as hot favorites to progress, especially as they were hosting the Central Conference tournament at home in Pontiac. However, they were shockingly dumped out at the first hurdle by Kalamazoo Outrage, who scored an 86th-minute equalizer to force extra time, and ran out 31 winners. The ever-prolific Kenny Uzoigwe was the Bucks' top scorer, with 10 goals, while his partner-in-crime Nate Jafta contributed 9 assists.
He graduated from Yale in 1982 cum laude with a degree in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry. Upon graduation he was one of Yale's most celebrated student-athletes receiving numerous Yale and national distinctions including The President Gerald Ford Award, The Mallory Award as well as The SIDA, The Hartford and Miller Lite Beer Consensus Football All American honors. He was a GTE Football Academic All American and one of twelve scholar athletes recognized by The National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame. In baseball he was selected as an honorable mention All American as well as All Ivy and All EIBL. No other orthopaedic surgeon has been named both 1st team Division I Football All American and Academic All American.
Adderley Earns AP All-American Honors 12/13/2018 - bluehens.com NEWARK, Del. Since his arrival on campus Nasir Adderley of the University of Delaware football program has been accomplishing things that hadn't been done in a long time. That streak continued this week when he became the first Blue Hen since 2015 to earn an Associated Press All-American accolades when he was named to the Second Team. "I'm incredibly humbled and grateful for this recognition. I've been blessed with a ton of support and teammates and coaches that have pushed me every day to be the best I could possibly be," Adderley said. This past year, the Philadelphia, Pa. native finished the year with a career-high 87 tackles, which ranked in the top-20 nationally for defensive backs. He also had a team-high four INTs and seven pass break-ups, to go along with his one forced fumble and fumble recovery. Adderley is the only player in the country with over 160 tackles and nine INTs over the past two seasons. He will now focus on the Reese's Senior Bowl, in which he will make it two straight years that Delaware has been represented at the prestigious pre-NFL draft event. ========================================================
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As part of the UMass football program's move to Division I FBS, the Minutemen played all of their home games at Gillette Stadium for the 2012 and 2013 seasons. The stadium is 95 miles away from the UMass campus in Amherstthe longest trip of any FBS member. The Minutemen's on-campus stadium, Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium, was not suitable for FBS football in its previous configuration. Its small size (17,000 seats) would have made it prohibitively difficult to meet FBS average attendance requirements, and its press box and replay facilities were well below Mid-American Conference standards. Additionally, several nonconference teams would not even consider playing games in Amherst. McGuirk Stadium was renovated to FBS standards for the 2014 season, but the Minutemen's current deal with the Kraft Group calls for the Minutemen to play four of their home games in Foxborough from 2014 to 2016 in exchange for keeping part of the revenue from ticket sales. Moving forward, Gillette will continue to host UMass football with those games of anticipated larger attendance.
Dr. Martin is a graduate of Harvard Medical School and performed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at the George Washington University. He is Board Certified with additional certification in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons as well as an Active Member of the Arthroscopy Association of North America. As a member of Orthopaedics Overseas, he served at St Georges Hospital in St Lucia. He is an OSM team physician to Sacred Heart University as well as St Joseph's, Masuk, Shelton and Trumbull High Schools. Dr. Martin's surgical interests include Reconstructive Shoulder Surgery, Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy, Trauma and Fracture care. He is a full time staff member at St Vincent's Hospital but also has courtesy privileges at Bridgeport and Griffin Hospitals.
Western Mass is in tremendous shape. The club will try to win here and continue their smooth run bearing in mind that they are on a 5-game winning course. In the last matches, the hosts won Westchester (5-1), tied with Connecticut as well with a score of 0-0 and won Boston with a score of 4-0.
In 2009 Dr. Aversa was named Physician of the Year by Business New Haven and Connecticut Magazine Best Doctor on multiple occasions. He also was awarded the best Ambulatory Medicine teaching award at the Hospital of St. Raphael.
He has published and presented over 100 scientific articles and abstracts and 2 major spinal surgery textbooks. He is a journal reviewer for several international spine surgery journals.
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Let's look at the numbers: 1.1 million students play high school football around the country 2.8-percent of them have a chance to play Division I football 1.6-percent of those 1.1 million high school athletes have a chance to go pro Delaware has the sixth-fewest people of any state in the US Despite those odds, the University of Delaware football program has been able to establish quite a pipeline to the NFL In fact, the Blue Hens piled up the most NFL opportunities in program history (7), led by Nasir Adderley who became Delaware's highest draft pick in over 10 years. It's also tied for the highest total among all FCS schools in the country this season. That comes just a year after Delaware had the second-most active NFL players (6) among all FCS schools in 2018. Adderley's selection made Delaware just the 10thFCS school since 2009 to have top-five round draft picks in back-to-back years. "The simple fact is that if you can play, the NFL will find you, it's their job to find the best talent in the world and that's what they will do, no matter where you are playing," current Chicago Bear Bilal Nichols said. Nichols was selected in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL Draft and is one of now 102 Blue Hens since 1935 to earn a shot with an NFL organization. "There's a tradition at Delaware that dates back way before I even played and that tradition pushes you to be the best you can be," former NFL MVP and Blue Hen Rich Gannon said. "Knowing that there's been a lot of guys who have come through Newark and had great success in the NFL, it only pushes everyone to work harder to earn their shot." And that's exactly what Adderley, Troy Reeder (LA Rams), Joe Wallker (Chicago Bears camp), Tenny Adewusi (NY Giants camp), Vinny Papale (Oakland Raiders camp), Charles Scarff (Baltimore Ravens) and Noah Beh (Kansas City Chiefs camp) are looking for entering rookie mini-camps: a shot. "All I wanted was a shot and now I have it," Walker said. "Being at Delaware is a family and you're pushed by your brothers in that locker room. We want to keep that tradition and when you walk down that hall and see all the names that reached the next level, it just makes you want to grind that much harder." That tradition included seven former Blue Hens on active NFL rosters in 2018, the second-highest total among all FCS schools. In fact, Delaware has had a draft in six different years dating back to 2007. The legendary Hall of Famer Tubby Raymond had a famous saying to the Blue Hen faithful, "big things happen at little old Delaware." The NFL has sure taken notice of Raymond's sentiments. Print Friendly Version Players Mentioned #92 Bilal Nichols DL (Capt.) 6' 4" 290 lbs Senior #23 Nasir Adderley DB 6' 0" 200 lbs Senior #8 Tenny Adewusi DB 6' 1" 200 lbs Senior #65 Noah Beh OL 6' 6" 290 lbs Redshirt Senior #13 Vinny Papale WR 6' 1" 205 lbs Senior #9 Troy Reeder LB 6' 3" 245 lbs Redshirt Senior #85 Charles Scarff TE 6' 6" 270 lbs Redshirt Senior
2006 was a landmark year for the Bucks. Dan Fitzgerald replaced Paul Snape as head coach, but the new man at the helm didn't destabilize the team. Four wins in their opening four games took the Bucks back to the US Open Cup after a 2-year break, and once again they upset higher-league opponents, beating Pittsburgh Riverhounds 20 in Round 1, and overcoming Cincinnati Kings in Round 2, before eventually going down 41 to Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew in the third round. The Bucks did suffer a slight stutter in form, losing three of four games including a surprising 03 turnaround away at the Indiana Invaders, but regrouped for the final push to the playoffs and enjoyed a 4-game unbeaten run at the end of the season (including a 61 hammering of West Michigan Edge in the final regular season match). After so many years of oh-so-close, everything finally came right for the Bucks in the playoffs. They wiped out Colorado Rapids U23's 41 in the semi finals, enjoyed sweet revenge over Chicago Fire Premier to take the Conference title 40, with Nate Jafta scoring a hat trick, and finally reached their first ever PDL Championship game by overcoming Western Conference champions Orange County Blue Star with two goals from Kenny Uzoigwe. On a hot, windy night in southern Texas, in front of 7,000 partisan fans, and live on Fox Soccer Channel, the Bucks beat Laredo Heat 21 with goals from Kenny Uzoigwe and Tyiselani Shipalane to take their first ever national championship, after 11 years of excellent play.
John M. Aversa, M.D. is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon by the National Board of Medical Examiners and American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgery. His extensive knowledge and years of experience position Dr. Aversa as an expert in General Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports/Arthroscopic Surgery including Arthroscopic Synovectomy for LYME disease, Joint Replacement and Hand Surgery at Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists, P.C.
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Gillette Stadium is a stadium located in Foxborough, Massachusetts, 28 miles (45km) southwest of downtown Boston and 20 miles (32km) northeast of downtown Providence, Rhode Island. It serves as the home stadium and administrative offices for both the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL) and the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer (MLS). In 2012, it also became the home stadium for the football program of the University of Massachusetts (UMass), while on-campus Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium was undergoing renovations. Gillette will continue to host higher attended home games.
1 North Dakota State (156) 15-0 3900 1 2 Eastern Washington 12-3 3741 4 3 South Dakota State 10-3 3563 5 4 Maine 10-4 3299 12 5 Kennesaw State 11-2 3224 2 6 Weber State 10-3 3096 3 7 UC Davis 10-3 2939 7 8 Colgate 10-2 2836 9 9 James Madison 9-4 2532 6 10 Jacksonville State 9-4 2360 8 11 Princeton 10-0 2189 10 12 North Carolina A&T 10-2 2136 11 13 Wofford 9-4 2135 13 14 Nicholls 9-4 1951 14 15 Southeast Missouri State 9-4 1587 20 16 Stony Brook 7-5 1163 15 17 Montana State 8-5 1157 23 18 Dartmouth 9-1 981 18 19 Elon 6-5 909 17 20 Towson 7-5 803 16 21 Duquesne 9-4 699 NR 22 ETSU 8-4 686 22 23 UNI 7-6 676 NR24 Delaware 7-5 670 21 25 San Diego 9-3 635 19 Others receiving votes: Indiana State (239) , UIW (187) , Alcorn State (147) , Lamar (133) , Furman (43) , Monmouth (25) , Idaho State (15) , Illinois State (14) , McNeese (14) , Eastern Kentucky (5) , Samford (4) , Montana (2) , Rhode Island (2) , Stetson (2) , Southern University (1)
Rowland B. Mayor, M.D., is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in arthroscopic surgery, adult and pediatric sports medicine and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder.
The surface was upgraded again in April 2014 to FieldTurf "Revolution" with "VersaTile" drainage system. The FieldTurf Revolution product is currently used at many venues across North America, including CenturyLink Field (home to the NFL's Seattle Seahawks and MLS's Seattle Sounders) and Providence Park, home of the MLS's Portland Timbers, where its installation was recently completed.