Six UConn grads played for Auriemma in London and it’s likely the next Olympic team will also be heavily seasoned with Huskies, especially if Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird make good on their intent to play. Among those who played for the 2012 Olympic team, Maya Moore , Lindsay Whalen , Seimone Augustus and Angel McCoughtry will not attend because their WNBA teams, Minnesota and Atlanta, are playing in the league finals. All four UConn undergraduates are veterans of USA Basketball’s feeder system. Hartley and Mosqueda-Lewis played in the World University Games this summer and would have been joined by Dolson had she not been recovering from foot injuries sustained during the 2012-13 season. That team won the gold medal in Russia. Stewart and sophomores Morgan Tuck and Moriah Jefferson played for the USA’s fifth-straight U-19 FIBA World Championship gold medal team in Lithuania. “I think it tells me that things are going in the right direction for me,” Stewart said of her invitation. But this training camp will give Dolson, Hartley, Mosqueda-Lewis and Stewart a chance to do something they’ve never done before play against the greatest American players in the game while being with their college coach. “It’s going to be a good chance to see where I am at [as a player],” said Hartley, a WBCA All-American as a sophomore. “I’m not sure I will go there and say a lot. I am still a young player, learning every day about the game. I just love being around those types of players.” On Monday, USA Basketball announced that Hartford coach Jen Rizzotti, DePaul coach Doug Bruno and South Carolina coach Dawn Staley will assist Auriemma as court coaches in Las Vegas along with Pokey Chatman, the coach of the WNBA’s Chicago Sky. Rizzotti coached Dolson, Hartley, Stewart and Mosqueda-Lewis in USA Basketball two years ago on the 2011 USA U19 World Championship team that finished 8-1 and won the gold medal. Rizzotti was named the 2011 USA Basketball National Coach of the Year. “When I first found out I had been invited it really hit me [in a positive way],” said Stewart, the Most Outstanding Player of the 2013 Final Four.
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Sometimes the analysis requires a very complicated combination of 10, 20, or 30 variables fitted through a time-based algorithm to give us predictions on what will happen in the next few seconds Performance sailing technology.Each crewmember wears a ruggedized PDA on his wrist, and receives a real-time, customized feed of information to help improve performancewhat the load balance is on a particular rope, for example, or the current aerodynamic performance of the wing sail. Historical analysis.We use a custom application called Race Cutter to package historical data into a geographical frame for review. The design and sailing teams can compare todays sailing data to information from a specific point in time and analyze any number of performance factorsthe strain on the dagger boards, or the load on the rope, for example. Extreme database performance.We just upgraded from our previous hardware to an Oracle Exadata Database Machine. We needed it, having outgrown our previous setup. Ellison shows the small version of the Exadata machine. Doesn’t float. The Exadata machine is a substantial piece of gear. The picture above shows the base model, the deluxe version is four times the size, and has 168 CPU cores. That aint no iPhone. Its not clear how big a version was used for the Cup. The list above was excepted from Asims nontechnical summary of the the IT side of Team Oracle.
“Either you do one of the things listed below or I upload these pics and a lot more (I have a LOT more and those are better quality) on all your accounts for everybody to see and your dream of being a model will be transformed into a pornstar (sic),” he wrote. Recalling that day, Wolf told NBC’s “Today” show she started “screaming (and) bawling my eyes out.” “I wasn’t sure what to do,” she said in August, shortly after her Miss Teen USA win. “So it was terrifying.” The messenger had taken great efforts to hide his online identity. But investigators were eventually able to find corresponding e-mails, IP addresses and other communications they linked to Abraham. They also tied him to online forums asking about malware, how to control webcams, and hacking into Facebook accounts. Investigators also linked him to at least eight other young women — some of them, like Wolf, from Southern California, though others were from as far away as Moldova. The victims told authorities similar stories: of a person they did not know saying, and in some cases proving, he had nude images and making demands as a result. The stalker claimed to have 1,000 photographs of one woman, the complaint said. When she asked, “Why are you doing this to me?” the response was, “I told you I’ll answer any questions after you Skype.” As an FBI agent was speaking by phone to this young woman, she logged onto her Instagram account to find it populated by nude pictures of her, the complaint said. A few young women apparently complied with the demands for a Skype session. The man promised not to record the sessions and he made it look like he was erasing the nude pictures of them. One such session was found on the suspect’s phone, police said.