WhatsApp (photo/ABC 57) A man has been accused of charging purchases to his former employer.ABC 57 reports that Miller Tire and Auto reached out to the Mishawaka Police about the fraudulent activity on their business accounts, which began in February.The company identified Guy Searfoss, a former employee, with making five personal transactions with a company credit card.Searfoss admitted the wrongdoing and faced one charge of fraud at his arraignment on Thursday. Pinterest Google+ WhatsApp By Tommie Lee – October 11, 2019 0 324 Twitter Twitter Facebook Facebook Google+ Previous articlePurdue bans staff, students from betting on BoilermakersNext articleThe President of Notre Dame has been reelected to serve another term in the office Tommie Lee Pinterest IndianaLocalNewsSouth Bend Market Man faces fraud charge for using former employer’s account
Crystalyn Hengler excels at hockey, dancingOn defense, Hengler has recorded six points this season for Minnesota.Elle MoulinFreshman Crystalyn Hengler passes the puck on Friday, Jan. 18 at Ridder Arena. The Gophers lost to the Wisconsin Badgers 2-1. Erik NelsonFebruary 12, 2019Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintAsk any Minnesota player who the best dancer on the team is. One of the first names that came up was defender Crystalyn Hengler.Defender Sophie Skarzynski said Hengler isn’t afraid to bust a move in front of her teammates.“Everyday in practice she [dances],” Skarzynski said. “She’ll do it all the time.”Hengler’s talents extend beyond dancing. She has played in 27 of Minnesota’s 30 games this season, blocking 22 shots. She made her debut on Sept. 29 against Mercyhurst. Offensively, she has scored one goal and assisted on five others.“She’s got a good hockey IQ,” said head coach Brad Frost. “When you have the ability to protect the puck and use your size to your advantage, it’s always a positive thing.”As a student-athlete, Hengler looks up to her brother Gamiel Hall. Hall was a wide receiver for the University of St. Thomas for two seasons and played two games in 2016. Hengler played football and lacrosse in addition to hockey.“I wanted to play a college sport, specifically hockey,” Hengler said. “[My brother] influenced me to keep going and keep up with my academics, and not only that but athletics as well.”Like many student-athletes, Hengler doesn’t have difficulty finding a way to keep busy. In addition to being a top-six defender on the Gophers, Hengler is majoring in kinesiology and plans to attend medical school after she completes her undergraduate education. Hengler said she wants to concentrate on sports medicine if she attends medical school.“I’ve always like the hands-on, interactive stuff,” she said. “I want to continue with a sports and medicine track. … Hopefully, I can talk to Erin [Moore, the Gophers’ trainer] and other medical staff.”Hengler plays alongside fellow freshman Gracie Ostertag. This is Minnesota’s most defensive-minded pair, as Hengler and Ostertag have a combined total of 12 points. Unlike Minnesota’s other two defensive pairs, which have one left-handed shooter and one right-handed shooter, both Hengler and Ostertag shoot right-handed.Ostertag said Hengler is one of the most calm and composed players she knows.“She knows how to clear the puck in our [defensive] zone. She’s a strong player with crazy hands [who] dangles everybody, and she’s got a hard shot she can release on the power play,” Ostertag said.Hengler and the Gophers are nearing the end of the regular season. With the WCHA postseason only a few weeks away, Minnesota can turn to Hengler to keep the team both happy and productive.“[Hengler] has the most contagious laugh you will ever hear,” Ostertag said. “She’s a riot both in the locker room and on the ice. She’s got the biggest smile, so even if you’re in a bad mood you can’t help but smile yourself.”
Last week, PSG.LGD announced a new sponsor in the form of men’s grooming brand Lynx – otherwise known as Axe.This team is housed by both PSG eSports and Chinese organisation LGD Gaming. The two parties came together in April to help the football club enter Dota 2.??At the dawn of #TI8, we are pleased to welcome the men’s cosmetics brand @lynx as a partner of our PSG.LGD squad !?? https://t.co/3u0ATBuzuC pic.twitter.com/eHRv0Bal0h— PSG Esports (@PSGeSports) August 14, 2018Fabien Allègre, Director of Merchandising and Diversification at Paris Saint-Germain said the following in a statement: “Our PSG.LGD team is already welcoming its third partner! We are very proud that a global brand as Lynx gives us its trust. In the space of four months, our players have demonstrated their skill and the credibility of our project. We will continue to work, with the support of Lynx, during the coming months to make our two French brands shine throughout the world, particularly in China where Dota 2 is hugely popular.”Lynx is the third company to specifically sponsor the PSG.LGD Dota 2 team, with all three deals being made just ahead of The International 8 – the most prestigious tournament of the year with over $25 million (£19.6 million) up for grabs.A representative for Lynx added: “We are very happy to associate our brand with the PSG eSports Dota 2 team. Paris Saint-Germain distinguishes itself from other football clubs thanks to its involvement in innovative markets, such as esport, which allows it to reach audiences in countries which are key to its development. The club is making a strategic choice by taking a gamble on Asia and it’s a great opportunity for us to accompany it in this adventure.”Just last week, PSG.LGD announced a new sponsorship with Chinese streaming platform Douya. The week before that, the team welcomed energy drinks brand Monster Energy as its first sponsor.Esports Insider says: This isn’t Lynx’s first venture in esports – having already sponsored the Gfinity Elite Series – but this is the first time it has specifically sponsored a team. With this in mind, the company picked a good team to get involved with as PSG.LGD has a solid chance of making it incredibly far into TI8. The further the team goes, the more eyes are on them; an exciting concept when you’re looking for exposure.Sign up to our newsletter!