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Of the 19 games in the season, Moore posted nine shutouts.
Moyer engineered a 10-game turnaround for the Royals and a jump of 54 spots in the rankings from last year, going from 5-12 in 2016 to 15-3 in 2017.
Smith re-wrote the record books yet again for Stonehill, helping the Skyhawks to another berth in the NCAA tournament after earning the #2 seed in the NE-10 tournament.
The Northeast-10 Player of the Year, Smith averaged an outstanding 4.95 points per game, more than a full point clear of the #2 ranked player.
, particularly the mammoth bone flute, which would have been “especially challenging to make.” At the time of their discovery, researchers speculated that the flutes “may have been one of the cultural accomplishments that gave the first European modern-human , these conclusions may have to be revised.
It is perhaps possible that the much-underestimated Neanderthals made their own flutes.
You can hear it played at the top of the post by Slovenian musician Ljuben Dimkaroski.
The prehistoric instrument does indeed produce the whole and half tones of the diatonic scale, so completely, in fact, that Dimkaroski is able to play fragments of several compositions by Beethoven, Verdi, Ravel, Dvořák, and others, as well as some free improvisations “mocking animal voices.” The video’s Youtube page explains his choice of music as “a potpourri of fragments from compositions of various authors,” selected “to show the capabilities of the instrument, tonal range, staccato, legato, glissando….” (Dimkaroski claims to have figured out how to play the instrument in a dream.) Although archeologists have hotly disputed whether or not the flute is actually the work of Neanderthals, as Turk suggested, should it be so, the finding would contradict claims that the close human relatives “left no firm evidence of having been musical.” But whatever its origin, it seems certainly to be a hominid artifact—not the work of predators—and a key to unlocking the prehistory of musical expression.
A first-team All-PSAC athlete, the Argentina native ranked second on her team in scoring and eighth nationally.
She set a national record with six assists in a win over Millersville.
Moore backstopped the Engineers to the NEWMAC title pushing them into the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament.