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Sports Briefs 9/20/16

September 19, 2016

Keo goes free

The Denver Broncos released Shiloh Keo Sept. 17 and resigned him Wednesday.

The safety joined the Broncos last December. Keo was arrested for driving under the influence and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor DUI. He was sentenced to one-year probation, had his license suspended for a term and ordered to pay a fine. Keo was also ordered to speak at eight high schools and follow NFL punishments.

Keo was suspended without pay in August by the NFL for the first two games of the season for violating the substance-abuse policy.


Ramming the competition

The Idaho men’s golf team plays Colorado State Monday and Tuesday in Fort Collins, Colorado.

The women’s golf team plays Washington State in Pullman Monday and Tuesday.


Too relaxed

The Idaho women’s soccer team played too relaxed Sunday against California State-Bakersfield. The Vandals lost 3-2 against the Runners in Bakersfield.

Idaho head coach Derek Pittman said the team didn’t come ready to play.

“Just relaxed, the wrong mentality and intensity that we need to have and that we expect from our players,” he said in a news release. “Credit to Bakersfield, they took advantage and capitalized to be up 2-0 at halftime.”

Idaho’s first goal came off a penalty goal kick from senior midfielder Elexis Schlossarek. Senior forward Kavita Battan scored Idaho’s second goal.

Bakersfield scored the winning goal in minute 86.

The Vandals play Montana 3 p.m. on Friday in Missoula.


Gomez starts fourth

Idaho alumna Kinsey Gomez made her professional running debut Saturday.

Gomez finished fourth in the women’s race of the Cow Harbor 10K in Northport, New York. She ran a 34:26, according to an Instagram post.

“This community puts on such an incredible event,” she said in the post. “I love these teammates of mine so much.


Hausmann goes World

Freshman Sophie Hausmann competed for in the International Golf Federation’s World Amateur Team Championships in Mexico Wednesday through Saturday. She started the competition Wednesday with a 74. In day two, Hausmann shot a 78 and was tied for 60th place. Hausmann competed for her native Germany. She finished the week with a four round 301.

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