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Mike Anderson (baseball coach)

Mike Anderson was the head baseball coach at Nebraska from 2003-2011. In his first five seasons as the head coach, he compiled a 214-100 record, his greatest success came in 2005, when he guided Nebraska to a 57-15 record - the best in school history - while taking the school to its first-ever College World Series win. The team finished with a school record national ranking of 5th, it set a school record for highest national seed in the NCAA Division I Baseball Championship tournament. Anderson won Big 12 coach of the Year honors in 2003 and 2005, in both seasons his team won the Big 12 conference title; the 2003 Big 12 championship made Anderson only the second Nebraska baseball coach since 1929 to win a conference title in his first season. In 2006, his team earned only the school's third-ever national seed, he had served as an assistant with Nebraska from 1995 to 2002, a period when the school's baseball program began having success, most notably being the Huskers' first College World Series appearances in 2001 and 2002.

Anderson played baseball at Northern Colorado from 1983 to 1986. On May 22, 2011, Anderson was fired by Nebraska Athletic Director Tom Osborne. On July 2, 2013, after a brief stint coaching Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, Anderson accepted an assistant coaching job for the Oklahoma Sooners to join Pete Hughes as hitting coach. Husker Biographies

Ceriagrion glabrum

Ceriagrion glabrum is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. Its common names include common orange, common citril, common pond damsel, common pond-damsel and orange waxtail, it is widespread in Africa Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Mali, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Réunion, São Tomé and Príncipe, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Its natural habitats are rivers, intermittent rivers, marsh lands, shrub-dominated wetlands, freshwater lakes, intermittent freshwater lakes, freshwater marshes, intermittent freshwater marshes, freshwater springs; the males are orange and green coloured whilst the females range from light brown to dark brown depending on their maturity. The darkened colours in females aid in reproduction

Quidditch Canada

Quidditch Canada is the governing body that oversees quidditch within Canada under its mother organization, the International Quidditch Association. Quidditch Canada was founded July 1, 2014, to administer and organize the sport of quidditch in Canada after the relaunch of the original International Quidditch Association as US Quidditch; the organization is a Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic Association and has grown to include over 20 teams across the country. Quidditch Canada is the National Governing Body for quidditch in Canada. There are director-led departments for Membership, Communications and Volunteers; the structure is expected to change in the near future moving to a policy board governance model, in order to comply with regulatory requirements for recognition by Sport Canada and to enable better communication with members and engagement with volunteers. With the advent of Quidditch Canada, Canadian quidditch has shown an increase in the number of teams across the country, enabling more play between Canadian teams.

That said, teams from both the US and Canada cross the border for tournaments in order to increase the diversity of competition. Canada is split into two regions, Eastern Canada and Western Canada, splitting at the Ontario/Manitoba border; these regions feature annual regional championships and other tournaments, both official and fantasy, throughout the year. The highest level of competition is the annual Quidditch Canada National Championship; the biggest annual Canadian fantasy tournament is the Canada Day Fantasy Tournament, an open fantasy tournament held the weekend before Canada Day in Ottawa, Ontario. The first national championship was held in Burnaby, B. C. at Swanguard Stadium on March 28–29, 2015. This event attracted eight teams from across Canada, included an exhibition game between McGill Quidditch and US Quidditch member team UBC Quidditch; the championship was won by the Avengers who beat McGill Quidditch 40*-30 in cold and muddy conditions. Prior to 2015, the Eastern Canada Regional Championship, known at the time as the Canadian Cup, had been considered the unofficial national championship for Canadian quidditch.

The 2016-2017 QC Nationals were held on April 1 -- 2017 at University of Victoria. This was Quidditch Canada's third National Championship. Victoria is the home of the UVic Valkyries; the championship was won by the Edmontors Aurors Quidditch Club who defeated the University of Guelph Gryphons, with Valhalla finishing third after defeating University of British Columbia ThunderBirds. For both the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 seasons the Nationals Championship was held in Hamilton, Ontario at two different venues. For the 2017-2018 season the host was Tim Horton's Field home of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Followed by the 2018-2019 season in which McMaster University was the host; this was the first instance of the National championship remaining in not only the same region for 2 consecutive years but the first instance of a repeat host city despite the change in venue. Legend1st – Champions 2nd – Runners-up 3rd – Third place 4th – Fourth place • – Did not enter / Did not qualify The 2014-2015 Eastern Canadian Regional Championship was held at 1000 Islands Sportsplex in Kingston, Ontario.

It featured 16 teams from Quebec playing against each other for rankings. The final game was McGill Quidditch over Carleton Quidditch with a score of 190-90*. McGill went on to attend the National Championship; the last event known as the Canadian Cup was on November 9, 2013 at Cherry Beach Fields in Toronto, Ontario. It involved only teams from Eastern Canada as Western Canadian teams were invited to attend the Western Regional Championship along with teams from the western United States; the results from the tournament were: 1: uOttawa - GeeGees 2: Carleton University 3: McGill University 4: uOttawa - Maple RushAfter Europe's bids were allocated followed European teams' inability to attend the World Cup, Valhalla claimed Canada's additional bid after defeating Guelph University. Previous Canadian Cups were held on November 11, 2012, at Queen's University and October 29, 2011 at Carleton University. McGill University Quidditch was the regional champion for the 2011-2012 seasons; the 2011 Canadian Cup was Canada's first quidditch tournament and featured eight teams, including one, St Lawrence University, from the United States.

The inaugural Western Canadian Regional Championship was held at the Yara Centre in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan on February 1, 2015. This location was chosen due to facility availability and in an attempt to distribute travel costs more evenly between the teams, since the National Championship would be held in the lower mainland of BC. Only two teams were able to attend, the Alberta Clippers; the Alberta Clippers won all three games with scores of 210-30*, 150-30*, 260*-20. Both teams traveled to the National Championship joining the other western Canadian teams, SFU Quidditch, Vancouver Vipertooths, University of Victoria Valkyries there. Prior to the creation of Quidditch Canada, the region of Western Canada was grouped with the western United States for competitive purposes; the 2013-2014 Western US Championship was held in Tempe, AZ. Western Canadian teams decided against travelling the distance and so did not participate in the 2013/2014 Western Regional Championship. In the 2012/2013 season, the University of British Columbia's Thunderbirds Western Canada's only team, competed at the Western Regional Championships in Placer Valley, California.

The team was eliminated on the first day, so did not advance to bracket play. In the 2011-2012 season, there were no regional championship requirements

Bob O'Leary

Robert "Bob" O'Leary was an American soccer player who earned one cap with the U. S. national team. He spent six seasons in the North American Soccer League and two in the Major Indoor Soccer League. O'Leary attended De Andreis High School, he attended Florissant Valley Community College where he was a 1970-1971 junior college All American. He transferred to St. Louis University where he played on the men's soccer team. In 1972, the Billikens won the NCAA championship. O'Leary earned one cap with the U. S. national team in a 1-0 loss to Poland on August 3, 1973. He came on at halftime for Emmanuel Georges. O'Leary signed with the St. Louis Stars in 1974. In 1978, the Stars moved to California, he remained with the Surf until he retired in 1979. In the fall of 1979, he signed with the New York Arrows of Major Indoor Soccer League, he played no first team games. He retired at the end of the season. O'Leary began his coaching career as an assistant coach at the University of Irvine, he was Head Coach and Director of the Pateadores Soccer Club from its inception in 1987.

Pateadores Soccer Club NASL/MISL stats


KQDF-LP, UHF analog channel 25, is a low-power Azteca América owned-and-operated television station licensed to Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States. The station is licensed to HC2 Station Group. KQDF-LP's transmitter is located atop Sandia Crest; this station signed on in mid-1999 as K35FC on UHF channel 35. It aired programming from a Spanish-language network called Gems Television, it would carry mun2 a secondary network from Telemundo. In late 2001 this station had to cease broadcast on channel 35 to make way for the digital broadcast of KNME, it returned to the air in 2002 moving to channel 25 as KQDF-LP airing programming from Azteca America. The station was owned by Joseph W. Shaffer. In 2005 it was acquired by LLC of Dallas, Texas. In early 2014, the broadcast assets of Una Vez Mas were acquired by Northstar Media. On October 9, 2015 KQDF-LP and three other low-powered television stations were sold to DTV America, a Florida-based company which operates many LPTV stations affiliated with a few different commercial networks.

The sale was approved by the FCC on December 3, 2015. DTV America has purchased K38IM one of 32 low-powered stations the company is acquiring from Three Angels Broadcasting Network; this gives DTV America two stations in the Albuquerque market, however both are still in analog. In late April 2016 DTV America acquired the licenses for three inactive digital TV stations in Santa Fe which all have construction permits; the stations are KAOE-LD channel 14, KFJK-LD channel 19, KUMI-LD channel 50 purchased for $12,000 from Paul G. Donner. DTV America is a subsidiary of HC2 Holdings. Query the FCC's TV station database for KQDF-LP Query the FCC's TV station database for KAOE-LD Query the FCC's TV station database for KFJK-LD Query the FCC's TV station database for K38IM Query the FCC's TV station database for KUMI-LD