Red Dirt RubyConf 2011

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    Aaron Patterson
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    Aaron Patterson - AT&T Interactive
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    Dr Nic Williams
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    Hudson.rb, RoR Textmate Bundle, and ChocTop
    Dr Nic Williams - Engine Yard
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    ´╗┐AASU 13th in Mizuno Southbridge tournament Freshman Tom Hayes led the Savannah College of Art and Design into a fifth place tie after the opening round of the Chick fil A Collegiate Invitational Monday in Rome. The Camberley, England, native shot a four under 68 on the par 72, 6,924 yard layout on the Coosa Country Club and is in a three way tie for second place. Hayes helped lead the No. 21 Bees to a 300 score in the first round. SCAD, which is one of seven teams ranked in the latest Golf World/Nike NAIA Men's Golf Coaches' Poll playing in the event, is tied for fifth place with No. 7 Lindenwood and Southeastern. Oklahoma Christian, ranked No. 2, leads the 24 team field with a 12 under 276, 19 strokes clear of second place William Woods University. OCU's Rhein Gibson leads the 120 player field after firing off a 5 under par 67. SCAD results nike j rod T8. Andrew Herbert 73; T65. Colin Kelly 79; T85. Mika Becktor, Scott Melton 80. SCAD is in third place after the first round of the Stonebridge Women's Invitational on Monday in Rome. The Bees, who were ranked ninth in last year's NAIA Top 25 poll, shot a round of 320 on the par 72, 5,815 yard layout at the Stonebridge Golf Club and are 11 strokes behind co leaders Berry College, which was ranked No. 6, and Shorter College. Eight of the 18 teams in the tournament were ranked in the NAIA last season. SCAD results T7. Hallie Cochran 77; T15. Katina Ruest 79; T21. Julia Fountain 81; T31. Jenna Schupska 83; T53. Greta Sullivan 87. Note: Shorter's Daniela Vargas leads the tournament after shooting a four under 68. She is the only player in the 105 player field to break par in the first round. Armstrong Atlantic State shot a first round 373 at the Nova Southeastern Sharks nike xl socks Invitational, putting the Lady Pirates in 18th place at the PGA National Resort in West Palm Beach, Fla. Host Nova Southeastern and Rollins lead the tournament at 299. Barry (311) is third, followed by Florida Southern (312). The Lady Pirates will conclude action in the tournament today with a single round. AASU results T22. Katherine Hooks 79 ; T79. Kristen Graham 96; 82. Courtney Sanders 98; T84. Kristen Jelinek 100. Note: Freshman Carrie George, who suffered an injury in the Pirates' last tournament at Lenoir Rhyne, was unable to play. SCAD won two events Saturday at the University of Florida Intercollegiate Horse Show in Gainesville, Fla. About 200 competitors from 11 institutions from Zone 5, Region 3 competed at the second intercollegiate event of the 2007 08 season. Florida State and the College of Charleston tied for first place at the show with 27 points each. Central Florida was third with 26 points while the Bees came in fourth with 23. Nicole Perrin won the Open Equitation on the Flat, while Lynsey Gwilliam did the same in the Advanced Walk/Trot/Canter Equitation on the Flat competition. SCAD had three other riders claim second place finishes in their events. Hannelore McElheny was runner up in the Intermediate Equitation on the Flat, while Paul Frederick did the same in both the Novice Equitation Over Fences and Novice Equitation on the Flat competitions. Danielle nike shoes dual fusion Tanner's hat trick paced Tusculum to a key 4 1 Southeast region win over host Armstrong Atlantic State on Monday afternoon at AT Field in Savannah. Tanner put the Pioneers (10 5) up quickly, scoring in the sixth minute with a shot in the upper half that beat Pirate keeper Tracey Mitchell for the 1 0 lead. The goal was the first that the Pirates had given up all year at home in six matches. Less than seven minutes later, Tanner would add another as she corralled a loose ball in the box and beat Mitchell high for her second goal of the match and a 2 0 lead. Just four minutes into the second half, a solid set piece would give Tanner the hat trick. Courtney Turner played a short corner to a defender, received the ball back, then delivered a cross that Tanner headed into the net for the goal, her 13th of the season.