Story Links Box ScoreFourth-year forward Sarah Bennett posted a double-double of 19 points and 11 boards but the University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s basketball team fell 66-53 to the Bishop’s Gaitors in exhibition play on Sunday (Sept. 28) at Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport.TORONTO STATS: Bennett went 5-for-10 from the floor and 9-for-10 from the free throw line, while also adding two blocks, one assist and one steal on the day.Fellow fourth-year veteran Nada Radonjic tallied 16 points, while Ellen Ougrinov had seven points and four boards in the loss. UP NEXT: The Blues continue their pre-season schedule next Friday, October 4 when they host the Memorial Seahawks at Goldring Centre. Tip off is set for 8 p.m.For more information, scores and highlights on your favourite U of T athletes and teams, please visit www.varsityblues.ca. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for the latest and greatest in Varsity Blues intercollegiate athletics. Print Friendly Version
Ismaila Sarr had given the Hornets the lead at St Mary’s appointed Getty Images Hornets captain Etienne Capoue volleyed Kiko Femenia’s throw-in over the top and Sarr outpaced Jack Stephens before coolly slotting beyond McCarthy.For all of their early possession, Saints had little attacking threat and every loose pass or poor decision increased the considerable anxiety among the restless home support.Boos echoed around the stadium at half-time following an uninspiring opening 45 minutes which passed without a meaningful Saints chance being created.The hosts would have been further behind had the right leg of McCarthy not repelled a stinging volley from the lively Sarr with half an hour played.Hasenhuttl tried to spark his team into life by introducing Sofiane Boufal and Shane Long in place of ineffectual pair Nathan Redmond and Michael Obafemi. Steve Round reveals how Mikel Arteta convinced him to join Arsenal staff 2 Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta 2 Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship VAR then dismissed a Saints penalty claim after Moussa Djenepo tumbled under pressure from Capoue, while Ings earlier had another spot-kick appeal turned down by referee Michael Oliver after a tangle with keeper Foster.Southampton still had a major late scare to survive when Hornets substitute Gray volleyed wide deep into six minutes of added time, before the final whistle was greeted with cheers of relief.The result leaves the Hornets six points adrift at the bottom, while Saints moved to within two points of 17th placed Everton – although they have played a game more. Chelsea fan arrested for allegedly racially abusing Heung-min Son stalemate Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti rookie error latest Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Ismaila Sarr’s first top-flight goal looked to have set the Hornets on a course for three precious points on the south coast before the late comeback eased mounting pressure on Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl.Quique Sanchez Flores’ visitors remain six points from safety, while Saints climb above midweek opponents Norwich to 18th position and are only two points below Everton following a first success at St Mary’s since mid-April.The teams began the day as the division’s bottom two clubs after each enduring dismal starts to the season.Saints almost gifted the away side an opener inside two minutes but Hornets record signing Sarr fired straight at Alex McCarthy after seizing on a sloppy pass from Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.Senegal forward Sarr, recalled in place of Andre Gray following last week’s 3-0 home loss to Burnley, was not so wasteful with his next opportunity and opened the scoring in the 24th minute with a maiden league goal since a reported £30million move from French club Rennes. statement Spurs investigation into alleged racial abuse of Rudiger is so far ‘inconclusive’ on target A David Beckham esque free-kick saw Southampton snatch all three points from struggling Watford’s grasp in a 2-1 win at St Mary’s on Saturday evening.Saints were in danger of replacing their relegation rivals at the foot of the division until Danny Ings scrambled a 78th-minute equaliser and Ward-Prowse curled home a fine free-kick five minutes later. targets Liverpool transfer news live: Mbappe latest, Lille star wants to join Reds in future update MOST READ IN FOOTBALL James Ward-Prowse was Southampton’s match winner on Saturday Getty Images James Ward-Prowse with a sublime free-kick take a bow!👏👏👏 #SOUWAT pic.twitter.com/r6JnOeTpKb— Sports News (@FIFAWCGoals) November 30, 2019Watford defender Craig Cathcart hooked off the line to deny Long as the pressure increased, before Saints top scorer Ings sparked the turnaround by prodding his seventh league goal of the season into the roof of the net from close range following fine work from Djenepo.And the comeback was complete just five minutes later when Ward-Prowse curled into the top right corner from 20 yards following Capoue’s foul on Hojbjerg.The substitutions almost had the desired effect when Boufal, who had been doubtful for this game after stubbing a toe in his kitchen at home, cut the ball back from the left and Long’s shot was turned on to the crossbar by Ben Foster.