Atlantic coast – Langelerie Deauville http://langelerie-deauville.com/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 17:27:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://langelerie-deauville.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-10-120x120.png Atlantic coast – Langelerie Deauville http://langelerie-deauville.com/ 32 32 Guide to Arcachon: the jewel of the French Atlantic coast | french holidays https://langelerie-deauville.com/guide-to-arcachon-the-jewel-of-the-french-atlantic-coast-french-holidays/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/guide-to-arcachon-the-jewel-of-the-french-atlantic-coast-french-holidays/ Food Everyone in Arcachon is proud of our magnificent covered food hall, an example of the Baltard style architecture found in markets all over France and restored to its former glory 10 years ago. I ran my own oyster bar there for 22 years. Les Halles really comes alive at the weekend: locals stop there […]]]>

Food

Everyone in Arcachon is proud of our magnificent covered food hall, an example of the Baltard style architecture found in markets all over France and restored to its former glory 10 years ago.

I ran my own oyster bar there for 22 years. Les Halles really comes alive at the weekend: locals stop there for a apero, I prepare seafood platters and sometimes we offer our great local products, Aquitaine caviar, made by two artisan producers. Tourists often stop at the market to haul their suitcases as it is en route from the station to the port where ferries shuttle to Cap Ferret.

For a big today’s special at noon, the owner of Bouchon de Marché, Fleur, grills a juicy rib steak or a tender veal stew Stew. A stone’s throw from the beach, Pizzeria Jehenne is ideal for families – chef Danny has been making pizza and pasta for 45 years, and visitors never realize he’s not Italian but a local Arcachonnais.

Stéphanie Aloire, one of our rare women oyster farmers, owns a traditional wooden oyster hut, La Cabane de l’Aiguillon, a magical place with its feet in the water near the port. Head there to sample its award-winning oysters and whelks, winkles and prawns. And in summer, the seasonal Le Club Plage Perreire is perfect for a romantic meal on the beach; grilled and freshly caught fish.

Inspiration

I spend a large part of my life on the water because I have been an oyster farmer in Arcachon since 1988. If you ask me where I go to seek inspiration, I will always answer you on the Bassin d’Arcachon, but on a sailboat rather than my work motor boat.

Somehow the oyster beds and the views of Cap Ferret are different when the wind blows through my sails. Visitors can hire a boat and skipper to try this, but my favorite spot, the strip of sand known as Le Conche du Mimbeau, is also walkable at low tide. Plan your trip well and you will have a perfect view of our iconic Dune du Pilat.

Moulleau beach in Arcachon.
Magnificent sunsets can be enjoyed from Moulleau beach in Arcachon. Photography: Andia/Alamy

Piece

Arcachon is neatly divided into four districts, named after the seasons, and the district that means the most to me is Ville d’Hiver, the City of Winter. It is the grandest and most beautiful part of the city, with splendid beau-
Period villas that date back to when people from all over Europe came here to cure tuberculosis with healing breezes from the sea and pine forests. So it’s always been a quiet and peaceful area and I love that contrast to the busy shopping streets of Ville d’Eté, the Summer City.

Ville d’Hiver is the greenest neighborhood, with lush vegetation that reminds me of a botanical garden, and my favorite spot is the 1884 Hôtel Ville d’Hiver, a former industrial building turned into a cozy hotel. Its bistro is perfect for a romantic dinner.

Green area

Bird Island.
Bird Island. Photography: Philippe Turpin/Getty Images

We are lucky for a small town to have beautiful landscaped gardens, the Parc Mauresque. This was where the lavish casino once stood, and now the park is perfect for picnics. To the north of the city, in the Bassin d’Arcachon, the Île aux Oiseaux is a timeless natural environment, perfectly preserved, home to 150 species of birds, but which must be respected.

Organized excursions around the island are a good first step but you are not allowed to land. Although you can rent a boat and sail, I don’t recommend it because you need experience to navigate the bay. It is preferable to rent a boat with a skipper then you can explore at your leisure by discovering the Cabanes Tchanquées, emblematic fishing huts on stilts of the island.

Night life

Moulleau district.
Moulleau district. Photography: Andia/Alamy

The Quartier du Moulleau is actually a long street lined with bars; we drink late at L’Oublie, run by a former rugby player, and at Club Paradiso, then we continue to the adjoining Pyla-sur-Mer, where Le Bal à Papa, known as Le Balap, is an institution where all ages dance until at 2 a.m. to the music of Doudou, our legendary Guadeloupean DJ. Those looking for craft beers should visit Brasserie Mira, a brewery that also hosts artists and musicians.

Stay

A cozy place worth visiting is the Hotel Home (double from €130 per room only), right next to the beach.

Olivier Laban is a renowned oyster farmer from Arcachon who organizes seafood tastings in his lively Oyster Bar

]]>
Fiona makes landfall and slams the Atlantic coast of Canada with high winds and rain https://langelerie-deauville.com/fiona-makes-landfall-and-slams-the-atlantic-coast-of-canada-with-high-winds-and-rain/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 10:01:00 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/fiona-makes-landfall-and-slams-the-atlantic-coast-of-canada-with-high-winds-and-rain/ CNN — Hurricane Fiona, now called a post-tropical cyclone, made landfall in Nova Scotia, crossing Canada’s Atlantic coast early Saturday in what could be a “historic” weather event for the country. An unofficial barometric pressure of 931.6 mb was recorded at Hart Island, which would make Fiona the lowest pressure land storm on record in […]]]>



CNN

Hurricane Fiona, now called a post-tropical cyclone, made landfall in Nova Scotia, crossing Canada’s Atlantic coast early Saturday in what could be a “historic” weather event for the country.

An unofficial barometric pressure of 931.6 mb was recorded at Hart Island, which would make Fiona the lowest pressure land storm on record in Canada, according to the Canadian Hurricane Center. Wind sightings on Beaver Island in eastern Nova Scotia were recorded at 94 mph (152 km/h).

Parts of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island began to feel the storm’s arrival on Saturday morning as winds and rain extending away from the center of the storm cut services public. More than 376,000 customers across Nova Scotia have so far lost power, according to the region’s power outage center.

Residents of New Brunswick, southern Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador are also facing severe weather as Fiona heads north at more than 40 mph (65 km/h) after its landing between Canso and Guysborough in eastern Nova Scotia. Fiona is expected to cross Cape Breton Island on Saturday morning and reach the southeast Labrador Sea by evening.

“The storm is producing high winds and very heavy precipitation,” the Canadian Hurricane Center said before making landfall. “Wide gusts of 80-110 km/h (50-68 mph) have been reported so far over Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and the Magdalen Islands, with a maximum gust of 144 km/h (90 mph) on Beaver Island, Nova Scotia.

Fiona weakened slightly to a Category 2 storm on Friday, but is still expected to bring damaging storm surge, heavy rain and high winds. Fiona had been a Category 4 storm Wednesday morning over the Atlantic after passing the Turks and Caicos Islands and remained so until Friday afternoon.

Atlantic Coast officials have urged those in Fiona’s path to be on high alert and prepare for the impact of the storm, which has already claimed the lives of at least five people and cut the power to millions as it battered several Caribbean islands this week. . Homes and water infrastructure in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and the Turks and Caicos Islands have been badly damaged and many residents are still trying to recover.

Fiona is on track to be an “extreme weather event” in eastern Canada, threatening around two months of rain, forecasters in Canada said Friday.

“This could be a landmark event for Canada in terms of tropical cyclone intensity,” and it could even become Canada’s version of Super Hurricane Sandy, said Chris Fogarty, director of the Canadian Hurricane Center. Sandy in 2012 affected 24 states and the entire east coast, causing damage estimated at $78.7 billion.

Fiona turned post-tropical before making landfall, arriving at the same time as a trough of low pressure and cold air to the north – much like Sandy did, according to Bob Robichaud of the Canadian Hurricane Center.

“What these things tend to do, they tend to get huge, which is what Fiona does again,” he said on Friday. “Sandy was taller than Fiona should be. But the process is essentially the same – where you have two features feeding off each other to create a strong storm as we’ll see overnight and into tomorrow.

According to CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam, hurricane-force winds can extend up to 185 miles from central Fiona and tropical-storm-force winds up to 345 miles.

Sandbags are around the doors of the Nova Scotia Power building in Halifax ahead of Fiona's scheduled arrival.

In the days leading up to Fiona’s expected arrival, officials stepped up services to help those in need and implored residents to exercise caution.

“It has the potential to be very dangerous,” John Lohr, minister responsible for the Nova Scotia Emergency Management Office, said Thursday. “The impacts are expected to be felt across the province.

Residents should prepare for damaging winds, high waves, coastal storm surges and heavy rains, which can lead to prolonged power outages, Lohr said. Emergency officials encouraged people to secure outdoor items, trim trees, charge cellphones and create a 72-hour emergency kit.

Shelters for residents have been established across Nova Scotia, including several in Halifax County, officials say.

The region hasn’t seen such an intense storm in about 50 years, according to Fogarty.

“Please take it seriously as we see weather numbers on our weather maps that are rarely seen here,” Fogarty said.

A pedestrian protects himself with an umbrella while walking along the Halifax waterfront as rain falls before Hurricane Fiona makes landfall in Halifax, Friday, September 23, 2022.

Prince Edward Island officials have also implored residents to prepare for the worst as the storm looms.

Tanya Mullally, who serves as the province’s chief emergency officer, said one of the most pressing concerns with Fiona is the historic storm surge it is expected to unleash.

“The storm surge is definitely going to be significant. … Flooding that we haven’t seen and can’t measure,” Mullally said in an update Thursday.

Modeling from the Canadian Hurricane Center suggests the surge “depending on the area, could be 1.8 to 2.4 meters (6-8 feet),” Robichaud said.

The northern part of the island is expected to bear the brunt of the storm due to the direction of the winds, which will likely cause property damage and coastal flooding, Mullally said.

All provincial campgrounds, beaches and day-use parks as well as Shubenacadie Wildlife Park were closed on Friday, the Nova Scotia Office of Emergency Management said.

]]>
Top 25 matchups highlight ACC Men’s Football weekend https://langelerie-deauville.com/top-25-matchups-highlight-acc-mens-football-weekend/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 13:57:41 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/top-25-matchups-highlight-acc-mens-football-weekend/ History links ACC Weekly PublicationACC Statistics GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – A pair of top-25 matches shed light on the upcoming weekend in ACC men’s soccer. At 8 p.m. Friday, No. 8 Pitt travels to No. 25 Louisville in a match that will be televised by ACC Network. At 7 p.m. Saturday, top-ranked […]]]>

ACC Weekly Publication
ACC Statistics

GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com)

– A pair of top-25 matches shed light on the upcoming weekend in ACC men’s soccer. At 8 p.m. Friday, No. 8 Pitt travels to No. 25 Louisville in a match that will be televised by ACC Network. At 7 p.m. Saturday, top-ranked and undefeated Wake Forest travels to No. 10 Clemson, who held the No. 1 ranking in the nation until a loss to Syracuse last weekend.

Six ACC teams are ranked in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll, including five in the top 10 – both totals are the highest of any conference. Wake Forest is ranked No. 1 nationally this week and is followed by Syracuse (3), Duke (7), Pitt (8), Clemson (10) and Louisville (25).

Upcoming Results/Calendar

Monday, September 19

at No. 10 Pitt 3, No. 14 Akron 3
at No. 1 Clemson 4, Presbyterian 0
Louisville 1, Florida Gulf Coast 0

Tuesday, September 20
Boston College 0, Boston University 0
in Virginia 2, American 0
at North Carolina 0, UNC Wilmington 0
at No. 1 Wake Forest 6, George Mason 1
at Virginia Tech 4, Longwood 0
#7 Duke 1, to Elon 0
No. 3 Syracuse 2, at Colgate 0

Wednesday September 21
at Notre Dame 4, State of Chicago 0

Friday September 23

Virginia Tech at NC State | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

No. 8 Pitt at No. 25 Louisville | 8 p.m. | ACCN

Saturday September 24

Boston College at No. 7 Duke | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

No. 1 Wake Forest at No. 10 Clemson | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

Virginia at No. 3 Syracuse | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

North Carolina at Notre Dame | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

the ranking is the United Soccer Coaches poll

Noting ACC Men’s Football

• ACC sides went unbeaten in midweek matches this week, going 8-0-3 and posting nine clean sheets.

• Wake Forest joins Charlotte as the only teams nationwide who remain unbeaten and untied. Duke, Syracuse and Wake are among 18 national teams that have yet to lose a game this season.

• ACC teams are 42-11-8 (.754) in non-conference action, outscoring their opponents 132-50. The winning percentage is the best of any conference.

• With last Friday’s victory over NC State, Pitt head coach Jay Vidovich became the first ACC men’s soccer coach to reach 100 career ACC regular season wins. He has 100 wins during stints at Wake Forest (76, 1994-2014) and Pitt (24, 2016-present).

• Duke and Syracuse are two of four national teams to have conceded two goals or less this season. Four ACC teams rank in the top 25 nationally in goals-against average: Syracuse (2nd, 0.25), Duke (4th, 0.33), Clemson/Wake Forest (T15th, 0.63) and North Carolina (25th, 0.71).

• Wake Forest is fourth nationally in goals (22), while Virginia is 11th (20), Clemson is 13th (19) and Pitt is 15th (18).

• Wake Forest is second nationally in goal differential (+17), while Clemson is seventh (+14), Syracuse is ninth (+13), Pitt is 15th (+12) and Duke is 22nd (+10) ).

• Stefan Sigurdarson of Boston College and Roald Mitchell of Wake Forest are tied for sixth nationally in goals with six each. NC State’s Conor Kelly and Virginia’s Kome Ubogu are tied for 12th with five.

• Clemson was chosen as the favorite to win the 2022 ACC Championship following a vote by the league’s 12 head coaches. The defending national champions were chosen as ACC favorites by six coaches.

• Clemson was also selected as the favorite to win the ACC Atlantic Division, while Pitt was voted the Coastal Division favorite for the second straight season.

• 15 of the 33 members of the 2021 All-ACC squad return this season, including two first-team members: 2021 ACC Midfielder of the Year Peter Stroud (Duke) and Aboubacar Camara (Louisville) .

• Eight of 11 2021 All-ACC Second Team winners return for the 2022 season.

• 10 of the 12 members of the 2021 All-Freshman team have returned to school this season, including ACC Freshman of the Year Shakur Mohammed (Duke).

• Seven ACC head coaches rank among the top 50 in NCAA Division I in career wins by active head coaches: Clemson’s Mike Noonan (seventh, 371), George Gelnovatch of UVA (10th, 357), Pitt’s Jay Vidovich (15th, 334), Duke’s John Kerr (37th, 222), Syracuse’s Ian McIntyre, 40th, 218), NC State’s George Keifer (45th, 201), and Bobby Muuss of Wake (50th, 197).

• Clemson won its first national championship since 1987 last season and third in program history.

• ACC teams have now won 18 NCAA men’s soccer championships, including nine since 2001.

• The ACC had two of four teams in the 2021 NCAA Men’s University Cup (Clemson, Notre Dame) and has had at least one conference team in the Men’s University Cup in 20 of the past 21 seasons.

]]>
ACC Announces Weekly Cross Country Honors https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-announces-weekly-cross-country-honors/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 20:00:40 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-announces-weekly-cross-country-honors/ History links GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The following Atlantic Coast Conference cross country student-athletes were recognized for their outstanding performances on the weekend of September 16-17. ACC Male Performer of the Week Fearghal Curtin, State of Florida; Cork, Ireland Named ACC Performer of the Week for the second time this season after […]]]>

GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The following Atlantic Coast Conference cross country student-athletes were recognized for their outstanding performances on the weekend of September 16-17.

ACC Male Performer of the Week
Fearghal Curtin, State of Florida; Cork, Ireland

Named ACC Performer of the Week for the second time this season after posting a six-mile time of 29:09.4 to lead the Seminoles to a double victory over the 29th National Tennessee last Friday in Boone, North Carolina. Curtin won the race by three seconds to lead FSU’s team-winning 22-point effort.

ACC Female Co-Performer of the Week
Brynn Brown, North Carolina; Denton, TX

Brown was also named the USTFCCCA Division I Female Athlete of the Week after posting a first-place finish over 6k in 20:18.6 to lead North Carolina to the Coaching Tree Invitational Team Championship in Bloomington, Indiana. UNC placed atop a 12-team field that included three ranked teams. It was the second career win for Brown, the 2021 ACC Rookie of the Year, and his first since the 2021 Battle at Beantown on Sept. 24 of last year.

ACC Female Co-Performer of the Week
Sam Bush, State of North Carolina; Cincinnati, Ohio

Bush recorded her first career collegiate win with a blistering 16:14.5 at the Adidas XC Challenge, pulling away from teammate Marlee Starliper in the final 1K to win by six seconds and lead the top-ranked Wolfpack to a team victory. Bush led a field of 13 teams of 106 riders as she slashed her time from last season by 27 seconds at the same course in Cary, North Carolina, and placed more than 15 seconds ahead of the overall weather last year.

ACC Male Freshman of the Week
Jack Moore, Louisville, Goshen, Indiana

Moore was the fourth Cardinal runner to cross the line for the second straight encounter, finishing 33rd at the John McNichols Invitational 8K in 25:24.5, just 0.3 seconds behind third-place Louisville. Moore’s time was 1:15 faster than his time in his college debut on Sept. 2.

ACC Female Freshman of the Week
Dalia Frias, Duke, Hermosa Beach, CA.

Frias was the top finisher among all freshmen at the Virginia Invitational and placed sixth overall in her college debut with a 5K finish in 17:30.6. Frias helped the Blue Devils finish second with 34 team points in the five-team field, four points behind the first-place hosts Cavaliers.

]]>
This Week in ACC Men’s Soccer https://langelerie-deauville.com/this-week-in-acc-mens-soccer/ Thu, 15 Sep 2022 16:29:06 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/this-week-in-acc-mens-soccer/ ACC Weekly PublicationACC Statistics GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The ACC men’s soccer teams enter the second weekend of conference play, with six games scheduled for Friday night. Five ACC teams are ranked in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll, including four in the top 10 – both totals are the highest of any conference. Two […]]]>
ACC Weekly Publication
ACC Statistics

GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The ACC men’s soccer teams enter the second weekend of conference play, with six games scheduled for Friday night.

Five ACC teams are ranked in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll, including four in the top 10 – both totals are the highest of any conference.

Two of the ACC’s nationally ranked programs face off Friday at 7 p.m., as No. 16 Syracuse takes on No. 1 Clemson. The match will be broadcast on ACC Network. Clemson, Duke and Wake Forest are three of the six national teams that remain undefeated and untied this season.

Schedule to come
Friday September 16

No. 16 Syracuse at No. 1 Clemson | 7 p.m. | ACCN
North Carolina at No. 5 Duke | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Louisville at Boston College | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Our Lady of Virginia | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
NC State at No. 10 Pitt | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
No. 2 Wake Forest at Virginia Tech | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

Monday, September 19
No. 14 Akron at No. 10 Pitt | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Presbyterian at No. 1 Clemson | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Louisville on the Gulf Coast of Florida | 7 p.m.

Tuesday, September 20
Boston College at Boston University | 6:00 p.m. | ESPN+
American in Virginia | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
UNC Wilmington in North Carolina | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
George Mason at No. 2 Wake Forest | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Longwood at Virginia Tech | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Duke #5 to Elon | 7 p.m. | FloSports
#16 Syracuse at Colgate | 7 p.m. | ESPN+

Wednesday September 21
Chicago State at Notre Dame | 7 p.m. | ACCNX

the ranking is the United Soccer Coaches poll

Noting ACC Men’s Football
• Five ACC teams are ranked in the latest United Soccer Coaches pre-season poll, including four in the top 10 – both totals are the best of any conference. Clemson leads the poll at No. 1 and is followed by Wake Forest (2), Duke (5), Pitt (T10) and Syracuse (16).
• ACC teams are 34-11-5 (.730) in non-conference action, outscoring their opponents 105-46. The winning percentage is the best of any conference.
• Pitt head coach Jay Vidovich needs a win to become the first ACC men’s soccer coach to reach 100 career ACC regular season wins. He currently has 99 during stints at Wake Forest (76, 1994-2014) and Pitt (23, 2016-present).
• Duke and Syracuse are two of four national teams to have conceded just one goal this season. Four ACC teams rank in the top 20 nationally in goals-against average: Syracuse (1, 0.17), Duke (4, 0.25), Clemson (11, 0.50) and Wake Forest (16, 0.67).
• Boston College’s Stefan Sigurdarson and Wake Forest’s Roald Mitchell are among the NCAA’s top five players in goals with six each. Sigurdarson is also tied with Marshall’s Matthew Bell for the national lead in goals per game (1.2).
• Clemson was chosen as the favorite to win the 2022 ACC Championship following a vote by the league’s 12 head coaches. The defending national champions were chosen as ACC favorites by six coaches.
• Clemson was also selected as the favorite to win the ACC Atlantic Division, while Pitt was voted the Coastal Division favorite for the second straight season.
• 15 of the 33 members of the 2021 All-ACC squad return this season, including two first-team members: 2021 ACC Midfielder of the Year Peter Stroud (Duke) and Aboubacar Camara (Louisville) .
• Eight of 11 2021 All-ACC Second Team winners return for the 2022 season.
• 10 of the 12 members of the 2021 All-Freshman team have returned to school this season, including ACC Freshman of the Year Shakur Mohammed (Duke).
• Seven ACC head coaches rank in the NCAA Division I Top 50 in career wins by active head coaches: Clemson’s Mike Noonan (seventh, 370), George Gelnovatch of the UVA (10th, 355), Pitt’s Jay Vidovich (15th, 333), Duke’s John Kerr (37th, 221), Syracuse’s Ian McIntyre, 40th, 216), NC State’s George Keifer (45th, 201), and Bobby Muuss of Wake (50th, 195).
• Clemson won its first national championship since 1987 last season and third in program history. The Tigers are firing All-ACC winners Ousmane Sylla and Hamady Diop from their championship team, as well as NCAA College Cup Offensive MVP Isaiah Reid.
• ACC teams have now won 18 NCAA men’s soccer championships, including nine since 2001.
• The ACC had two of four teams in the 2021 NCAA Men’s University Cup (Clemson, Notre Dame) and has had at least one conference team in the Men’s University Cup in 20 of the past 21 seasons.

]]>
ACC Volleyball Players of the Week Announcement https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-volleyball-players-of-the-week-announcement/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 20:01:41 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-volleyball-players-of-the-week-announcement/ History links GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) –Boston College outside hitter Katrina Jensen and Duke outside hitter Gracie Johnson have been named co-players of Atlantic Coast conference volleyball. Clemson middle tackle Jacyn Bamis and North Carolina libero/defensive specialist Maddy May earned ACC co-freshman honors. Jensen helped lead Boston College to the Rhode Island Invitational […]]]>

GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) –Boston College outside hitter Katrina Jensen and Duke outside hitter Gracie Johnson have been named co-players of Atlantic Coast conference volleyball. Clemson middle tackle Jacyn Bamis and North Carolina libero/defensive specialist Maddy May earned ACC co-freshman honors.

Jensen helped lead Boston College to the Rhode Island Invitational Championship, earning MVP honors as BC improved to 10-0, its best start in program history. A native of Temecula, Calif., Jensen averaged 4.5 kills per set and hit .350 for the week, while adding 10 digs and three blocks. In the win over LIU, she had 30 kills, the fifth-highest five-set kill tally in the country this season.

Johnson helped guide Duke to a 3-0 week, including a pair of wins over Big Ten opponents Michigan and Michigan State. A native of Virginia Beach, Va., Johnson had a career-high 28 kills and hit .389 in a 3-1 win over Michigan. His 28 kills are tied for fourth nationally in a four-set match. She also added 15 digs, six service aces and five blocks during the week. Johnson ranks third in the nation with 25 aces.

Bamis played a crucial role in Clemson’s first win over rival South Carolina State since 2014 as he tallied 11 blocks and four kills in a five-set victory. She finished the week with 18 error-free blocks and currently leads the team with 31 blocks. The Spokane, Washington native has started all four games this week and added 17 kills.

North Carolina’s May had a team-best 50 digs in the Tar Heels’ three competitions, which included a game-best 13 against Michigan State and 19 against Michigan. The Winterville, North Carolina native started the week with 18 digs in a win over Charlotte and then set a new career high with 19 against the Wolverines. She also had an ace on serve in each of the three games.

2022 ACC Volleyball Player of the Week

August 29 – Julia Bergmann, Georgia Tech

September 5 – Julia Bergmann, Georgia Tech

September 12 – Katrina Jensen, Boston College & Gracie Johnson, Duke

2022 ACC Volleyball Freshman of the Week

August 29 – Audrey Rothman, Florida State

September 5 – Ava Brizard, North Carolina State

September 12 – Jacyn Bamis, Clemson & Maddy May, North Carolina

]]>
ACC Men’s Soccer kicks off conference schedule this weekend https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-mens-soccer-kicks-off-conference-schedule-this-weekend/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 20:06:36 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-mens-soccer-kicks-off-conference-schedule-this-weekend/ History links ACC Weekly PublicationACC Statistics GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The ACC men’s soccer teams will open the league this weekend with six games on the schedule. No. 10 Pitt and North Carolina kick off the ACC schedule at 7 p.m. Friday, while rivals Virginia and Virginia Tech face off at 8 […]]]>

ACC Weekly Publication
ACC Statistics

GREENSBORO, NC (theACC.com) – The ACC men’s soccer teams will open the league this weekend with six games on the schedule.

No. 10 Pitt and North Carolina kick off the ACC schedule at 7 p.m. Friday, while rivals Virginia and Virginia Tech face off at 8 p.m. Friday on ACC Network. There are four games scheduled for Saturday, each featuring at least one nationally ranked team, including two games featuring a pair of ranked teams – No. 22 Notre Dame at No. 24 Syracuse and No. 7 Duke at No. 10 Louisville.

Seven ACC teams are ranked in United Soccer Coaches’ latest pre-season poll, including five in the top 10 – both totals are the highest of any conference.

Schedule to come
Friday, September 9

No. 10 Pitt in North Carolina | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Virginia Tech to Virginia | 8 p.m. | ACCN

Saturday September 10
No. 22 Notre Dame to No. 24 Syracuse | 1 p.m. | ACCNX
NC State at No. 4 Wake Forest | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
1 Clemson at Boston College | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
No. 7 Duke at No. 10 Louisville | 7:30 p.m. | ACCNX

Tuesday September 13
LaSalle to Virginia | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
ETSU in North Carolina | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Fairleigh Dickinson at No. 4 Wake Forest | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Niagara at No. 24 Syracuse | 7 p.m. | ACCNX
James Madison at NC State | 8 p.m. | ACCN
1 Clemson at UAB | 8 p.m. | ESPN+

the ranking is the United Soccer Coaches poll

Noting ACC Men’s Football
• Seven ACC teams are ranked in the latest United Soccer Coaches pre-season poll, including five in the top 10 – both totals are the best of any conference. Clemson leads the poll at No. 1 and is followed by Wake Forest (4), Duke (7), Louisville (T10), Pitt (T10), Notre Dame (22) and Syracuse (24).
• Clemson, Duke and Wake Forest are three of the 18 national teams that remain unbeaten and untied.
• ACC teams are 29-10-5 (.716) in non-conference action, outscoring their opponents 93-43. The winning percentage is the best of any conference.
• Duke are one of three national teams who have yet to concede a goal. Five ACC teams rank in the top 20 nationally in goals-against average: Duke (1, 0.00), Syracuse (4, 0.25), NC State (13, 0.33) and Clemson /Wake Forest (17, 0.50).
• Pitt’s Valentin Noel is the ACC’s active leader in career goals (27) and points (65). BC’s Stefan Sigurdarson and Louisville’s Aboubacar Camara are second in career goals with 20 apiece.
• Clemson was chosen as the favorite to win the 2022 ACC Championship following a vote by the league’s 12 head coaches. The defending national champions were chosen as ACC favorites by six coaches.
• Clemson was also selected as the favorite to win the ACC Atlantic Division, while Pitt was voted the Coastal Division favorite for the second consecutive season.
• 15 of the 33 members of the 2021 All-ACC squad return this season, including two first-team members: 2021 ACC Midfielder of the Year Peter Stroud (Duke) and Aboubacar Camara (Louisville) .
• Eight of 11 2021 All-ACC Second Team winners return for the 2022 season.
• 10 of the 12 members of the 2021 All-Freshman team have returned to school this season, including ACC Freshman of the Year Shakur Mohammed (Duke).
• Seven ACC head coaches rank among the top 50 in NCAA Division I in career wins by active head coaches: Clemson’s Mike Noonan (seventh, 368), George Gelnovatch of UVA (10th, 353), Pitt’s Jay Vidovich (15th, 332), Duke’s John Kerr (37th, 220), Syracuse’s Ian McIntyre, 40th, 214), NC State’s George Keifer (45th, 201), and Bobby Muuss of Wake (50th, 193)
• Clemson won its first national championship since 1987 last season and third in program history. The Tigers are firing All-ACC winners Ousmane Sylla and Hamady Diop from their championship team, as well as NCAA College Cup Offensive MVP Isaiah Reid.
• ACC teams have now won 18 NCAA men’s soccer championships, including nine since 2001.
• The ACC had two of four teams in the 2021 NCAA Men’s University Cup (Clemson, Notre Dame) and has had at least one conference team in the Men’s University Cup in 20 of the past 21 seasons.
• Notre Dame captured the 2021 ACC Championship with a 2-0 win over Duke. This was the Fighting Irish’s first ACC crown in men’s football.
• Notre Dame was the fifth different school to win the ACC Championship in the past five years (2017-20: Wake Forest, Louisville, Virginia, Clemson).
• The ACC led all conferences in first-round draft picks (6) and overall draft picks (19) in the 2022 MLS SuperDraft.
• Six current ACC programs have won at least one national championship, the most of any conference. Eleven different league programs have reached the Men’s University Cup. Sixty-one ACC teams have reached the All-Time Men’s University Cup.
• 2021 marked the ninth consecutive season in which the ACC placed the most teams in the tournament and the 21st consecutive season in which at least five teams in the league won a bid.

]]>
Noting ACC Volleyball – Atlantic Coast Conference https://langelerie-deauville.com/noting-acc-volleyball-atlantic-coast-conference/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 18:30:23 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/noting-acc-volleyball-atlantic-coast-conference/ History links Three ACC teams are ranked in the AVCA Top 25 poll and all three are in the top 10. Defending ACC champion Louisville is No. 3 in the Aug. 29 poll, followed by No. 5 Georgia Tech and No. 10 Pitt. Georgia Tech’s No. 5 ranking ties the second-highest […]]]>

  • Three ACC teams are ranked in the AVCA Top 25 poll and all three are in the top 10. Defending ACC champion Louisville is No. 3 in the Aug. 29 poll, followed by No. 5 Georgia Tech and No. 10 Pitt. Georgia Tech’s No. 5 ranking ties the second-highest ranking received by the Yellow Jackets in program history, joining the 2003 team, which held the mark for four consecutive weeks.
  • Three Louisville games against the AVCA’s top 25 opponents highlight week two of the 2022 season. The No. 3 Cardinals will play No. 22 Western Kentucky on Wednesday, Aug. 31 (7 p.m. / ESPN+) and host the No. 15 San Diego on Friday, Sept. 2 (7 p.m./ACCNX) and No. 8 Ohio State on Sunday, Sept. 4 (2 p.m./ACCN).
  • In a battle of the top 10 teams, No. 10 Pitt takes on No. 7 BYU in Provo, Utah on Saturday, Sept. 3 (9 p.m./BYUTV).
  • Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Louisville, North Carolina and NC State are opening their home schedules this week.
  • Five ACC teams — Boston College, Clemson, Georgia Tech, Louisville and Miami — went undefeated in the first week of the season. BC won the Bearcat Classic, Clemson won the Big Orange Bash, Georgia Tech won the Ole Miss Invitational, Louisville won the South Dakota Coyote Invitational, and Miami swept the Hofstra Invitational.
  • Georgia Tech’s Julia Bergmann was named ACC Player of the Week and currently leads the nation in wins per set (6.43) and points per set (7.21).
  • The ACC Network is scheduled to air 21 conference volleyball games, with coverage beginning Sunday, Sept. 4 with 2021 national semifinalist Louisville hosting Ohio State at 2 p.m. More than 150 ACC volleyball games are scheduled for ACC Network Extra. Follow all the ACC volleyball action with updated scores, schedules and standings at theACC.com.
  • SiriusXM has produced an ACC volleyball preview show, which debuted Thursday, August 18 and is available on demand on the SXM app. Hosted by ESPN’s Katie George, a former top Louisville volleyball player, the show features interviews with all 15 head coaches and 19 student-athletes.
  • The ACC is poised for another stellar year after posting its most successful season in 2021. The ACC had two teams in the national semifinals for the first time in league history and its six teams of the NCAA tied the league record. The ACC’s three teams in the Regional Finals and Third Round, and five teams in the Second Round were all the most in conference history.
  • Louisville was selected as the preseason favorite to win the 2022 ACC Volleyball Championship following a vote by the league’s head coaches. The Cardinals received 10 first-place votes, while Pitt got five. Pitt finished second in voting with 185 points, followed by Georgia Tech (173), Miami (150) and Florida State (145).
  • Louisville’s five preseason All-ACC selections led the conference, while Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Pitt had three each. Miami had two players on the preseason squad and Florida State and Syracuse had one each.

Schedule to come

Wednesday August 31

Florida A&M at Florida State 6 p.m. | ACCNX
Louisville West Kentucky 7 p.m. | ESPN+

Thursday, September 1
Syracuse vs. Kansas State 4 p.m. | FLO
JMU at Florida State 6 p.m. | ACCNX

Friday, September 2
ETSU to Duke Noon | ACCNX
Coppin State at Virginia Tech Noon | ACCNX
Pitt vs. Cincinnati Noon | BYUTV
Miami vs. St. John’s 2 p.m.
Wake Forest vs. Arizona 3:30 p.m. | ACCNX
Boston College vs. Montana State 4 p.m.
Virginia vs. Xavier 6 p.m. | FLO
South Carolina at North Carolina 6:30 p.m. | ACCNX
San Diego at Louisville 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Dayton at Georgia Tech 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Pitt vs. Utah State 7 p.m. | BYUTV
Marist at Virginia Tech 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Jacksonville State at Clemson 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Colgate at NC State 7 p.m.
Syracuse at UCF 7 p.m. | ESPN+
Notre Dame vs. Boise State 10 p.m.

Saturday September 3
Northeast at Duke 10 a.m. | ACCCNX
Virginia vs. Purdue Fort Wayne 10 a.m. | FLO
Yale at Noon Florida State | ACCNX
Clemson Citadel 1:30 p.m. | ACCNX
Elon at NC State 2 p.m.
Syracuse vs. North Florida 2 p.m. | FLO
ODU at Virginia Tech 3 p.m. | ACCNX
Arizona State at Georgia Tech 4 p.m. | ACCNX
Boston College vs. Harvard 4 p.m.
Virginia vs. Eastern Michigan 4 p.m. | FLO
Austin Peay at Florida State 5 p.m. | ACCNX
Miami vs. Weber State 6 p.m.
Arizona at North Carolina 6 p.m. | ACCNX
Boston College vs. Bryant 7 p.m.
South Carolina at Wake Forest 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Gardner-Webb at Clemson 7 p.m. | ACCNX
East Carolina at Duke 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Tennessee at NC State 7 p.m.
Pitt at BYU 9 p.m. | BYUTV
Notre Dame at Long Beach State 10 p.m.

Sunday September 4
Miami at UNLV 1 p.m.
CRF at Georgia Tech 1 p.m. | ACCNX
Ohio State at Louisville 2 p.m. | ACCN


]]>
New coach Brent Pry leads Virginia Tech in Old Dominion https://langelerie-deauville.com/new-coach-brent-pry-leads-virginia-tech-in-old-dominion/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 18:29:33 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/new-coach-brent-pry-leads-virginia-tech-in-old-dominion/ Jim Dedmon – USA TODAY Sports Soccer August 29, 2022 History links Virginia Tech travels to underdog Old Dominion on Friday night in a battle of teams entering new eras. While this will be the debut of new Tech head […]]]>


Jim Dedmon – USA TODAY Sports



Soccer





Virginia Tech travels to underdog Old Dominion on Friday night in a battle of teams entering new eras.

While this will be the debut of new Tech head coach Brent Pry, replacing Justin Fuente after six seasons, ODU will be playing as a member of the Sun Belt Conference for the first time.

It will also be a confrontation of head coaches who know each other well. Pry, 52, and Ricky Rahne, 41, served under James Franklin at both Vanderbilt and Penn State, where they were dueling coordinators.

Rahne came to ODU in 2020. The school was one of only three from FBS to cancel the season due to the pandemic. Last year, after a 1-5 start, ODU rallied to finish the regular season with five wins in six games to capture a berth in the Myrtle Beach Bowl.

With 17 returning starters, including 10 on offense, and an injection of transfers from Power 5 schools, the Monarchs could surprise despite being picked to finish last in the Sun Belt East after leaving Conference USA.

Pocket smuggler Hayden Wolff returns to quarterback, backed by Notre Dame transfer DJ Mack, who is a common threat. They’ll look to a powerful receiving duo of tight end Zack Kuntz and receiver Ali Jennings, who combined for 135 catches and 1,758 yards last fall.

“They present problems,” Pry said. “They have a talented offense and they have a quarterback who can throw the ball.”

The remaining cast of Tech’s 6-7 team is sparse. The defense could be strong with experienced and productive secondary linebackers Dax Hollifield and Alan Tisdale, who have started a total of 55 games.

Marshall trades Grant Wells, who has thrown for 34 touchdowns and 22 interceptions the past two seasons, gives Tech a threat on the field. The explosive Malachi Thomas takes over as running back.

“I have a good idea of ​​what Tech is going to do because I know what Brent believes in,” Rahne said.

Tech leads the series 2-1, with ODU posting one of its most memorable wins in its short history, 49-35, at Norfolk in 2018.

]]>
ACC Volleyball opens the 2022 regular season on Friday https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-volleyball-opens-the-2022-regular-season-on-friday/ Thu, 25 Aug 2022 15:57:17 +0000 https://langelerie-deauville.com/acc-volleyball-opens-the-2022-regular-season-on-friday/ History links ACC Volleyball Weekly Release Noting ACC Volleyball The regular season begins Friday, August 26 with all 15 league teams in action. The ACC Network is scheduled to air 21 conference volleyball games with coverage beginning Sunday, Sept. 4 with 2021 national semifinalist Louisville […]]]>

Noting ACC Volleyball

  • The regular season begins Friday, August 26 with all 15 league teams in action. The ACC Network is scheduled to air 21 conference volleyball games with coverage beginning Sunday, Sept. 4 with 2021 national semifinalist Louisville hosting Ohio State at 2 p.m. More than 150 ACC volleyball games are scheduled for ACC Network Extra. Follow all the ACC volleyball action with updated scores, schedules and standings at theACC.com.
  • Three ACC teams are ranked in the AVCA Top 25 preseason poll and all three are in the top 10. Defending ACC champion Louisville is No. 4 in the preseason poll, followed of No. 6 Pitt and No. 9 Georgia Tech. The Cardinals and Panthers advanced to the NCAA Championship Semifinals last season and each finished with more than 30 wins. Georgia Tech’s No. 9 ranking is the highest preseason ranking in program history. Miami, North Carolina and the State of Florida also received votes in the poll.
  • SiriusXM has produced an ACC volleyball preview show, which debuted Thursday, August 18 and is available on demand on the SXM app. Hosted by ESPN’s Katie George, a former top Louisville volleyball player, the show features interviews with all 15 head coaches and 19 student-athletes.
  • The ACC is poised for another stellar year after posting its most successful season in 2021. The ACC had two teams in the national semifinals for the first time in league history and its six teams of the NCAA tied the league record. The ACC’s three teams in the Regional Finals and Third Round, and five teams in the Second Round were all the most in conference history.
  • Louisville was selected as the preseason favorite to win the 2022 ACC Volleyball Championship following a vote by league head coaches. The Cardinals received 10 first-place votes, while Pitt got five. Pitt finished second in voting with 185 points, followed by Georgia Tech (173), Miami (150) and Florida State (145).
  • Louisville’s five preseason All-ACC selections led the conference, while Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Pitt had three each. Miami had two players on the preseason squad and Florida State and Syracuse had one each.

Friday August 26

Austin Peay at Clemson 10:30 a.m. | ACCNX
Florida A&M vs. NC State 11 a.m.
Louisville vs. Northern Kentucky 11 a.m.
Syracuse vs. Campbell Noon | ESPN+
Duke vs. Washington State Noon | BYUTV
Miami vs. Bryant 1 p.m. | FLO
Pitt vs. San Diego 3 p.m.
Boston College vs. Siena 4 p.m.
Virginia vs. ETSU 4 p.m.
Georgia Tech at Ole Miss 5 p.m. | SECN+
Virginia Tech at UNCW 6 p.m. | FLO
NC Central at Wake Forest 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Texas Tech at Notre Dame 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Florida State vs. Illinois State 7 p.m.
Miami at Hofstra 7 p.m. | FLO
Louisville, South Dakota 8 p.m.
NC State at Kansas State 8:30 p.m.
Duke at BYU 9 p.m. | BYUTV
North Carolina at Colorado State 9 p.m. | MWN

Saturday August 27
Virginia vs. North Florida 10 a.m.
Syracuse vs. Wofford 10 a.m.
NC State vs. Sam Houston 11 a.m.
Miami vs. Niagara 11 a.m. | FLO
Florida State vs. Dayton Noon
Virginia Tech vs. Coastal Carolina Noon
West Carolina at Wake Forest Noon | ACCNX
Louisiana Tech at Clemson 12:30 p.m. | ACCNX
North Carolina vs. UCSB 1 p.m.
Boston College vs. Binghamton 1:30 p.m.
Georgia Tech vs. Illinois 3 p.m.
Virginia Tech vs. Davidson 3 p.m.
Boston College vs. Maryland ES 4:30 p.m.
Louisville vs. Missouri 4:30 p.m.
Mississippi State at Notre Dame 5 p.m. | ACCNX
Pitt vs. Hawaii 5 p.m.
Duke vs. Rider 6 p.m. | BYUTV
Kennesaw State at Wake Forest 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Syracuse at Charlotte 7 p.m. | ESPN+
Presbyterian at Clemson 7 p.m. | ACCNX
Virginia at Florida 7:30 p.m. | SECN+
North Carolina vs. N. Colorado 8 p.m. | ESPN+

Sunday August 28
Florida State at Cincinnati 1 p.m. | ESPN+
Pitt at Texas A&M 1:30 p.m. | SECN+
Milwaukee at Notre Dame 2 p.m. | ACCNX

 

]]>