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IWC Portuguese IW-68 Publié le Lundi 24 Janvier 2011 à 07:58:20

-- Centenary College senior Rosa Cisneros was recently awarded a scholarship at the Black Retail Action Group (BRAG) 40th Annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner Gala at the Cipriani in New York City. BRAG, a national not-for-profit organization that works towards maintaining diversity in retail and related industries, honored fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, with the BRAG Business Achievement Award; supermodel Tyson Beckford, with the BRAG Special Recognition Award; and Cookie Johnson, with the J.J. Thomas Business Innovators Award.

Cisneros, a Fashion Design major, received a $5,000 scholarship from Phillips-Van IWC Portuguese IW-67. To qualify for this scholarship, Cisneros submitted an essay entitled "Promoting Diversity in Retail and Related Businesses in the Economic Downfall and Why it is Important" and was interviewed by a representative of BRAG. Cisneros aspires to a corporate position after she graduates, and eventually own her own business.

"BRAG provides opportunities to recognize the good work of students, and it pleases me that Rosa was selected for this honor," says Gary L. Lampley, President of BRAG. "This is an accolade that she can highlight on her resume and provide her with a significant edge in this very competitive yet exciting industry."

BRAG also sponsored a pre-Gala event at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT). Cisneros, along with fellow fashion students, participated in an executive roundtable and Q&A with industry giants such as Ronald Onorato, President of Stop and Shop New York Metro Division; Michael Vitelli, President of Best IWC Portuguese IW-68 Americas, Enterprise Executive Vice President; Robert Wallstrom, President of Saks Off Fifth Stores; and Richard Dent, CFO of Victoria's Secret Pink. Discussions included what's new in Japanese, eco-friendly and sustainable fashion.

"I want to thank BRAG and Phillips-Van Heusen for honoring me," says Cisneros. "I learned so much and the networking opportunities that were afforded to me were priceless."

Centenary established a BRAG chapter in Spring 2009. Its current President, Stacey Holloway, was honored by BRAG with a scholarship from Macy's in 2008.

The Fashion Merchandising and Design major at Centenary College studies the planning and control of products in the fashion industry in order to meet consumer demand. Graduates are prepared to begin their careers in the fashion industry as buyers, fashion coordinators, product managers, retail managers, merchandisers and product developers.

Gold Bullion Development Corp. (GBB, TSX.V) (the "Company" or "Gold Bullion") is IWC Portuguese IW-69 to report that it has received positive Phase 1 metallurgical results from its 100% owned Granada Gold Property in northwestern Quebec.

The purpose of the Phase 1 metallurgical test work by Gekko Systems of Victoria, Australia, was to compare the amenability of the Granada gold mineralization to gravity, flotation and cyanide processing steps.

The combined gravity-flotation gold IWC Portuguese IW-70 in two separate tests were 93.9% and 97.2% at grind of 100% passing 150 microns. Conventional leaching tests yielded 81.1% gold recoveries after 24 hours while intensive leaching produced recoveries of 90.6% after 24 hours.

Test samples were taken from Phase 1 drill core from three holes last spring that penetrated the gold bearing structures in the LONG Bars Zone Eastern Extension, outside Gold Bullion's Preliminary Block Model. The composite samples were free of any high grade intercepts. The assayed and calculated head grade ranged between 0.45 - 0.60 g/t Au (lower than the assayed hole grades due to the removal of the high grade intercepts).

Gekko Systems is an internationally recognized company that specializes in the design, development and distribution of innovative mineral processing equipment and systems with a particular focus on gravity separation.

"We're extremely pleased with these metallurgical results, especially with such high recoveries at these grades," stated Frank J. Basa, Gold Bullion's President and CEO. "This metallurgical test work and a broadening area of mineralization in the Eastern Extension underscore the consistent progress we're making toward our goal of IWC Portuguese Power Reserve IW-18 Granada into a large open-pit deposit, surrounded by all the necessary infrastructure in one of the most favorable jurisdictions in the world for mining and exploration."



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Vacheron Constantin Watches Publié le Lundi 24 Janvier 2011 à 07:57:40

Hartwick trailed, 12-7, in the fourth quarter. It took a 13-12 lead when Dan Brainard hit Jordan Wilkins on a 29-yard scoring play with 7 minutes, 17 seconds left.

The Mustangs (6-4) drove into Hartwick territory on their next possession, but linebacker Jordan Spirou intercepted Scott Drosendahl on Hartwick's 20 with 4:14 left.

After gaining 6 yards on first down, Rockefeller broke free for a 74-yard Vacheron Constantin Watches run. It was his longest run in college. Heath Dunn's extra point made it 20-12.

On Hartwick's final drive, Rockefeller gained 19 yards before scoring on a 34-yard run.

Rockefeller's backfield mate Anthony Casimano gained 134 yards and scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter.

Brainard completed eight passes for 151 yards and Wilkins made six catches for 138.

Defensively for Hartwick, Spirou had eight tackles. RJ Roth recorded seven hits, including a sack. Pete Jackson, Delhi graduate Davionne Price, Chad Rockefeller -- Nate's twin brother -- and Bryan Schweitzer all had six tackles.

Before the game, Hartwick honored seniors Dunn, Chad and Nate Rockefeller, Welder Watches Kyle Morenus (Sidney), wide receivers Ryan Mosack, Jonny Kravetz and Alan Uryniak, defensive linemen Tim Martin and Dave Stevens, linebackers Dan Contrastano and Joe D'Alessandro, defensive backs Kevin Lee and Stephen Leisenfelder, and offensive lineman Chad Cassidy.

Hartwick 27, Mount Ida 12

Mount Ida 6 6 0 0 -- 12

Hartwick 0 7 0 20 -- 27

M -- Paul Shaughnessy 1 run (kick failed)

M -- Nick Lynch 9 pass from Scott Drosendahl (pass failed)

H -- Anthony Casimano 1 run (Heath Wyler Watches kick)

H -- Jordan Wilkins 29 pass from Dan Brainard (pass failed)

H -- Nate Rockefeller 74 run (Heath Dunn kick)

H -- Nate Rockefeller 34 run (Heath Dunn kick)

Mount Ida rushing: Paul Shaughnessy 17-39, Scott Drosendahl 6-14.

Hartwick rushing: Nate Rockefeller 20-181, Anthony Casimano 17-134, Kyle Morenus 1-3; Dan Brainard 5-(-19).

Mount Ida passing: Scott Drosendahl 28-for-48, 277 yards, 2 ints.; Nick Lynch 1-for-1, 12 yards.

Hartwick passing: Dan Brainard 8-for-16, 151 yards.

Mount Ida receiving: Matt Valentini 9-88, Nick Lynch 8-91, Paul Zenith Watches 766, Frankie Carlson 325, Shakarus Semexant 1-12, Jordan Hyman 1-7.

Hartwick receiving: Jordan Wilkins 6-138, Jonny Kravetz 1-10, Nick Clair 1-3.


Hartwick sweeps O-State

Visiting Hartwick swept Oneonta State, with the men winning, 162-72, and the women beating the Red Dragons, 165-76, on Saturday.

O-State's men and women both have 1-2 records. Hartwick's teams improved to 5-0.

Sophomore and Oneonta native Alex Miller led the Red Dragons with a pair of wins. Miller won the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 backstroke.

Freshman Ryan Walsh won the 100 butterfly and senior Mitchell Wohl won the first round of diving with a score of 221.75.

Hartwick's John Wojtech was a double-winner. He won the 100 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke. Wojtech set an Oneonta pool record in winning the latter event in 1 minute, 1.40 seconds.

Hartwick's Joshua McNorton set a pool record in winning the 1,000 freestyle in 10:21.57.

On the women's side, Oneonta sophomore Kristen Magliola set a pool IWC Portuguese IW-66 in the 200 individual medley. She touched in 2:15.31.

Senior diver Jamie Milchanowski took both rounds of 1-meter diving for Oneonta. She scored 191.55 points in the first round and 135.75 in the second.

For Hartwick, Robyn Smith won the 50 freestyle and the 100 back.

Samantha McFarland and Stephanie Ha of Hartwick set pool records in winning the 200 free and 100 fly, respectively.

The Red Dragons will compete in the North Country Invitational at Potsdam this weekend.


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Romain Jerome Watches Publié le Lundi 24 Janvier 2011 à 07:57:10

Hartwick's men finished 36th.

John Stuligross and Ethan Staats broke the 29-minute barrier for the Hawks. Stuligross finished 173rd in 28:32.2 and Staats was 193rd in 28:49.9.

Seniors Tim Sattler and Justin Pedersen (Gilbertsville-Mount Upton) finished in 29:18.4 and 29:41.8, respectively, for Hartwick.

On the women's side, St. Lawrence's Wendy Pavlus won for the second Richard Mille Watches year, completed the 6-kilometer course in 21:11. Pavlus finished 42 seconds ahead of runner-up Marissa Liberati of Geneseo.

St. Lawrence won the team title with 59 points -- 19 better than runner-up Geneseo. Both teams earned automatic spots to nationals.

O-State finished 11th with 341 points. Junior Lauren Brunetto finished 34th in 23:23 to lead the Red Dragons. Teammate Celia Alterio finished 39th -- 10 seconds behind Brunetto.

Rounding out O-State's top seven were Danielle Kennedy (62), Pam Ernst (106), Molly Hassett (110), Lindsay Romaine (138), and Allison Ryley (144).

Erika Gates placed 125th to lead Hartwick. She crossed in 25:25.2. Senior Kim Roger Dubuis Watches placed 169th in a personal-best time of 26:30.8.

Atlantic Region Championships

Saturday at Fortin Park

Men's team scores (top 10, O-State and Hartwick): Geneseo, 47; St. Lawrence, 55; NYU 101, University of Rochester 124, The College of New Jersey 200, Plattsburgh 215, Ithaca 238, Rowan, 260; Fredonia 283, Vassar 313, 16, Oneonta 448, 36, Hartwick 1,045.

Top 10 individuals: 1, Lee Berube (Geneseo) 24:27.8 over 8-kilometer course; 2, Mike Romain Jerome Watches (Plattsburgh) 24:33.6; 3, Eddie Novara (Geneseo) 24:42.9; 4, Peter Kosgei (Hamilton); 5, Steve Kiplagat (St. Lawrence) 24:53.6; 6, Ryan O'Connor (Geneseo) 24:59.4; 7, John Johnston (St. Lawrence) 25:01.6); 8, Dan Ramsey (St. Lawrence) 25:04.9; 9, Jeremy Mwenda (St. Lawrence) 25:04.9; 10, Andrew Zitek (NYU) 25:07.7.

O-State runners: 42, Nick Madison 26:08.8; 73, Tim Greenberg 26:43.5; 78, John Longo 26:47.6; 111, Chris Harvey 27:21.5; 144, David Goodge 27:51.0; 147, Mitch Todorov 27:54.3; 150, Matt Laroe 28:00.9.

Hartwick runners: 173, John Stuligross 28:32.2; 193, Ethan Staats 28:49.9; 207, Tim Sattler 29:18.4; 220, Justin Pedersen 29:41.8; 252, Matthew Koski 31:53.3; 253, Jeremy Weremeichik 32:16.2; 254, Keir Alexander 32:23.0.

Women's team scores (top 10, O-State and Hartwick): St. Lawrence 59; Geneseo 78; NYU 104; TAG Heuer Watches 124, SUNY Cortland 145, Vassar 147, Ithaca 178, The College of New Jersey 199, Rowan 233, Hamilton 388, 11, Oneonta 341; 30, Hartwick 862.

Top 10 individuals: 1, Wendy Pavlus (St. Lawrence) 21:11.9 over 6-kilometer course: 2, Marissa Liberati (Geneseo) 21:53.8; 3, Maeve Evans (NYU) 21:55.8; 4, Alyson Dalton (Cortland) 21:59.8; 5, Jena Peacock (Rowan) 22:06.7; 6, Jenna Hulton (St. Lawrence) 22:13.9; 7, Robin England (Rutgers-Camden) 22:34.7; 8, Paige Zelinsky (St. Lawrence) 22:38.5; 9, Heidi Baumbach (Ithaca) 22:38.9; 10, Anya Bogdanets (D'Youville) 22:39.4.

O-State runners: 34, Lauren Brunetto 23:23.4; 39, Celia Alterio 23:33.8; 62, Danielle Kennedy 24:02.0; 101, Pam Ernst 24:58.3; 105, Molly Hassett 25:04.8; 132, Lindsay Romaine 25:36.4; 137, Allison Ryley 25:47.6.

Hartwick runners: 125, Erika Gates 25:25.2; 169, Kim Negrich 26:30.8; 179, Sheila Niedziela 26:57.0; 188, Laura Gray 27:19.3; 201, Alyssa Pearson 28:12.1; 203, Sierra Derby 28:43.5; 206, Andrea Abad 29:27.4.


Hartwick 27, Mount Ida 12

Delhi graduate Nate Rockefeller rushed for his college-high of 181 yards and two U-Boat Watches in his final game to lead Hartwick College to a non-conference victory Saturday at Wright Stadium.

The Hawks (4-5) gained 298 rushing yards in their final game of the season.

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Replica Chanel Watches Publié le Lundi 24 Janvier 2011 à 07:56:44

--SUNY Delhi's men won their seventh straight NJCAA Division III cross country championship, riding respective second- and third-place finishes from Jason Phillips and Chris Burnett on Saturday at Sunken Meadow State Park.

The Broncos had 40 points, 50 better than runner-up Alfred State.

"I'm thrilled to win another one," Delhi coach Justin Wood said of the Patek Philippe Watches 15th overall national title.

Ozzie Huerta of Gloucester Community College won the 5-mile race in 27 minutes, 0.3 seconds.

Phillips crossed in 27:24.8 and Bainbridge-Guilford graduate Burnett finished in 27:33.2.

Wood said Phillips and Burnett went out with Huerta and stayed close until Huerta surged up an incline about two-thirds into the race.

Burnett had been running first for Delhi most of the season, but Wood said he wasn't surprised Phillips placed second.

"That's typically how Jason's seasons go," Wood said. "He usually starts off Porsche Design Watches and finishes fast. He just had a great race."

Delhi also received a seventh-place finish from Lyle Haywood (29:12.0), a 10th-place finish from Evan Vanosdol (28:20.8) and an 18-place finish from Nick Lynch (28:49.3).

Phillips, Burnett, Haywood and Vanosdol earned All-American status for finishing in the top-15.

Delhi's women finished third with 69 points. Mohawk Valley won with 22 and Ocean County placed second with 67.

Mary Jo Jakubek of Westmoreland won in 19:07 over a 3-1.mile course.

Meghan Visser led the Broncos with an eighth-place finish. She Replica Chanel Watches in 21:13.2. Delhi graduate Hannah Backus placed 11th in 21:20.3. Walton graduate Lauren Schuppel was 16th in 21:49.1.

Visser and Backus were named All-Americans.

Delhi also won the Pepsi Cup, which goes to the school with best combined finishes among men and women.

Wood said Phillips, Lynch, Backus and Schuppel will compete in the NJCAA half-marathon Saturday at Overland Park, Kan.

NJCAA Division III Championships

at Sunken Meadow State Park

Men's team scores: SUNY Delhi 40, Alfred State 90, Gloucester 116, Mohawk Valley 130, Hudson Valley 133, Brookdale 146, Harper 201, Finger Lakes 236, Suffolk 259, Broome 278, Herkimer 310, Howard 326, Ocean County 333, Bergen 356, Dutchess 396, Kingsborough 404, Middlesex 413, Queensborough 441.

Winner: Ozzie Huerta (Gloucester) 27:00.3 over 5-mile course.

SUNY Delhi runners: 2, Jason Phillips 27:24.8; 3, Chris Burnett 27:33.2; 7, Lyle Replica Rolex Watches 29:12.0; 10, Evan Vanosdol 28:20.8; 18, Nick Lynch 28:49.3; 33, Zavior Brown 29:32.2; 41, Tim Scudds 29:51.8.

Women's team scores: Mohawk Valley 22, Ocean County 67, SUNY Delhi 69, Suffolk 172, Harper 191, Broome 196, Rhode Island 216, Finger Lakes 229, Gloucester 230, Howard 246, Cumberland 249, Hudson Valley 255, Fashion Institute of Technology 283, Queensborough 298, Anne Arundel 325.

Winner: Mary Jo Jakubek 19:07.0 over 3.1-mile course.

SUNY Delhi runners: 8, Meghan Visser 21:13.2; 11, Hannah Backus 21:20.3; 16, Lauren Schuppel 21:49.1; 26, Missy Riehl 22:32.7; 29, Britleigh Levens 22:44.1.

Atlantic Region Championships

Geneseo State's Lee Berube won by 6 seconds over Plattsburgh's Mike Heymann to win the Replica Ulysse Nardin Watches Division III Atlantic Region Championships at Fortin Park in Oneonta on Saturday.

Berube completed the 8-kilometer course in 24 minutes, 27 seconds in leading Geneseo to the team title with 47 points. St. Lawrence finished second with 55 and both schools earned automatic bids to the NCAA Division III nationals this coming Saturday at Waverly, Iowa.

O-State placed 16th with 448 points. It was led by Oneonta High graduate Nick Madison, who placed 42nd in 26:08. Fellow OHS graduate Tim Greenberg was next for the Red Dragons. He placed 73rd in 26:43. John Longo (78th), Chris Harvey (111th), David Goodge (144th), Mitch Todorov (147th) and Matt Laroe (150th) also competed for O-State.


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Patek Philippe Perpetuum Calendar PP-38 Publié le Samedi 22 Janvier 2011 à 08:24:07

--Some time after Palouse swine had taken flight and the proverbial lamb had broken the seventh seal, the Washington State football team bus rolled up to Bohler Gym on Saturday night, returning -- triumphantly, for the first time in this fashion since 2007 -- to the applause of 200 or so students who'd been awaiting their arrival.

A Rose Bowl win this was not, though the reception seemed more suited to that feat than what the Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar PP-77 actually had accomplished.

But after the way things have gone the past three seasons, who could blame them?

WSU ended its 16-game Pac-10 losing streak, its road losing streak that dated to 2007 and an assortment of travails with a resounding 31-14 win over Oregon State in Corvallis, leading from the get-go and never easing off the gas.

"I think just like everybody else, (the students) have been waiting to come back with a victory or have one or have a quality win," WSU coach Paul Wulff said Sunday. "I don't think that changes for any Cougar fan or anyone who follows Cougar football. We've all been wanting that, and we got it."

They got it. Finally. Any talk of Wulff's job security is sure to diminish at least Patek Philippe Perpetuum Calendar PP-102 now, after the Cougars (2-9, 1-7 Pac-10) won their first game away from Martin Stadium since a 42-35 victory over Washington in the 2007 Apple Cup.

And Washington will be glad to know that its 16-13 loss to the Cougars in the 2008 Apple Cup is no longer the answer to trivia questions about WSU's last Pac-10 triumph.

Heck, the Cougars even managed to hold the Beavers scoreless in the first half, leading 14-0 at halftime, the first time they've done that to a Pac-10 team since holding a 10-0 edge over Stanford in 2007.

And Stanford will be glad to know that its losses that season to both Washington and Washington State will no longer be the answer to trivia questions about the last team to lose to both state schools in the same year. Oregon State now holds that lofty distinction.

The Beavers had no answer for WSU's rushing attack -- a sentence not written since Jerome Patek Philippe Perpetuum Calendar PP-103 lined up in the Cougars' backfield around the midway point of this decade -- which put up 221 yards, led by the 79 net yards (without sacks, it would have been more) of quarterback Jeff Tuel, who shook off a first-half head injury and is looking more and more like WSU's most dangerous threat out of the backfield.

The Cougars did all that while limiting OSU and Jacquizz Rodgers to just 97 total yards rushing -- Rodgers had 93 -- which may be as stunning as anything about this game, given how horribly WSU had defended the run the entire season.

WSU scored twice in the second quarter -- 1-yard runs by Logwone Mitz and James Montgomery -- en route to a 14-0 halftime lead, then blew it open on Tuel's 33-yard scoring toss to Marquess Wilson early in the second half.

The Cougars dominated both lines of scrimmage, and were never threatened by a Patek Philippe Perpetuum Calendar PP-38 squad that appeared as if it would have rather been just about anywhere else in the world.

Casey Hamlett, who transferred to WSU after Western Washington cut its football program, led the staunch defensive effort with two sacks.

"I think if you watch our football team play on film like coaches and players do, you see a lot of good things happening," Wulff said. "Our effort, you just say, 'hey, if they keep playing that hard, they can't help but win.' "

So the students couldn't help but celebrate. After all, any freshmen, sophomores or juniors in attendance were doing it for the first time after a road game.

"Our culture is changing," Wulff said. "We've got kids who believe -- albeit Patek Philippe Perpetuum Calendar PP-82 -- but they believe in what they're doing, and their effort shows it."


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