Three Dixie State Stars Are Named As Pac-West Scholar Athletes of the Year

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-In a few weeks, Dixie State’s athletic department officially leaves the Pac-West Conference to join the football program in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.With that said, three Trailblazers athletes have left the Pac-West on the right note, as the conference’s best scholar athlete in their respective sports.These stars include sophomore men’s golfer Jayce Frampton, senior women’s soccer player Darian Murdock and men’s basketball player Brandon Simister as confirmed by the Pac-West Tuesday.Frampton, a native of Centerville, Utah and a product of Viewmont High School of Bountiful, earned 2017-18 second-team all-Pac West honors after earning two individual event victories in Hawaii during the fall season. He is the owner of a 3.74 GPA while majoring in finance at Dixie State University.Murdock has graduated with a 3.98 GPA in nursing and is a native of Herriman, Utah and graduate of Herriman High School. Her stellar senior season was capped off with a second-straight CoSIDA Academic All-America second team selection.In 2017, she repeated as the Pac-West’s women’s soccer player of the year, earning D2CCA West region player of the year and D2CCA second-team All-American honors.Murdock ends her four year career with the Trailblazers as the program’s leader in game-winning goals (16) and finished third all-time in goals (42) career points (94), career shots (204) and career shots on goal (104).Simister, a native of St. George and a graduate of Desert Hills High School, earned CoSIDA second-team academic All-American honors last March and became a three-time CoSIDA academic all-district 8 selection with a 3.91 GPA in biology. He was a first-team all-Pac West and second-team D2CCA all-West region selection this past season after finishing as Dixie State’s leading scorer at 15.1 points per game. June 19, 2018 /Sports News – Local Three Dixie State Stars Are Named As Pac-West Scholar Athletes of the Year Tags: Brandon Simister/Darian Murdock/Dixie State/Jayce Frampton/Pac-West/Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Written by Brad Jameslast_img read more

Indian Navy Lends a Hand to Rain-Affected Areas

first_img View post tag: Defense View post tag: Hand August 6, 2013 Indian Navy Lends a Hand to Rain-Affected Areas In the aftermath of the incessant rains in the state of Kerala, and the consequent rise in water levels the State Government of Kerala sought help from Navy. Consequently, Naval Rescue Teams from Southern Naval Command (SNC) have been dispatched in affected areas.SNC has send two teams comprising of 20 divers and four Gemini boats (rubber inflatable boats) to the island of Thuruthu at Aluva in Ernakulam district to provide assistance to the marooned families there. Another team has been sent to Idukki district for providing suitable assistance at the site of the landslide there. The Navy has sent a 16 member diving team to rescue marooned villagers from an island in the Periyar river which is in spate. The Navy is also sending a 40 member team to Idukki where two landslides have occurred within a short span of time.Similarly, Indian Army and Indian Air Force have also garnered their forces to respond to the situation and the Indian Army has sent three columns of Army personnel to the affected site.A 40 member team of the NDRF (National Disaster Response Force ) along with 5 tonnes of relief material are being ferried by two Indian Air Force aircraft. Indian Air Force is sending two ALH helicopters later today.[mappress]Press Release, August 6, 2013 View post tag: Kerala View post tag: Rain View post tag: Command View post tag: southern View post tag: Navy View post tag: areas Training & Educationcenter_img View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Lends View post tag: Naval View post tag: Defence Back to overview,Home naval-today Indian Navy Lends a Hand to Rain-Affected Areas View post tag: rescue View post tag: Affected View post tag: teams View post tag: Indian Share this articlelast_img read more