Will it affect this defeat ?: “It is clear that today we will spend a fucking night. Surely tomorrow too. But in the end this is football. The weekend we have another game and we have to get up. We have to see that the team has competed in both games.” Valverde-Morata play: “I cannot enter to value what each one does. We are dedicated to ours and nothing else.” Defeat for penalties: “The penalty shoot at the end is luck, intuition, but we have to stay that the team has competed, both against Barcelona and today. The defeat is a hard stick for us but we will get up from this as we have done other times.”To compete: “We seek to compete, which is what the master always asks us and the fans on that side have to be satisfied because the team fought, they left everything. That shows they have that illusion, that hunger to win things. It could not be but surely in the future, if we continue to compete like this, some title will come to us. “ Felipe: “We must be proud of our work in both parties“Sensations: “They are complicated because you are always playing to be champion. But we must be proud because we did a great job in both games and that will help us grow even more.”Is the team reinforced by the Super Cup despite the defeat in the final?: “Yes. I value it that way, positive. We played a great game against Barcelona, demonstrating the strength of this team and we also played the same way against Real Madrid. Now we must think that we made a great game and we should feel proud. “Penalties, does that lottery hurt?: “Sure. Because the human being is not used to losing. But now we have to raise our heads because we have many things to do. The team has shown a lot of strength. It is a new team, with many new players, and this will help us grow . On a personal level I am very happy here, integrated. “ Victor Machín ‘Vitolo’ spoke at the end of the Spanish Super Cup that lost Atlético de Madrid against Real Madrid in the penalty shootout.
DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s golf team is set to compete at the Missouri Valley Conference Championship on Monday (April 24) and Tuesday (April 25) at the Cog Hill Golf & Country Club (Course #4) in Lemont, Ill. The Bulldogs were picked to finish sixth in the MVC pre-championship poll, voted by the league coaches. Drake has four players with stroke averages under 77 through 15 rounds this spring. Junior Drew Ison and sophomore Tommi Avant each have an average of 74.2 and carded eight rounds of 75 or less. Junior Matt Lavery holds a 75.5 stroke average with eight rounds of 75 or less as well. Sophomore Jack Kennedy rounds out the team’s top-four scores with an 76.1 average over 15 rounds. A nationally ranked course since its opening in 1964. At that time, Cog Hill Course No. 4 was given the nickname “DUBSDREAD.” The nickname “DUBSDREAD” is derived from the idea that a “dub” or poor golfer should beware and served as a warning of the challenges forthcoming. True to its name, this natural-style championship course places a high demand on shot-making ability ability by providing tight landing areas combined with heavily bunkered, large undulating greens. Over the years, DUBSDREAD has challenged professionals and amateurs alike while hosting numerous PGA Tour and USGA tournaments. Print Friendly Version Teams will play 36 holes on Monday and conclude with 18 holes on Tuesday. The winner of the 54-hole tournament will advance to the NCAA Regionals.