Syracuse’s game at Canisius moved to Sunday

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ No. 4 Syracuse’s game against Canisius was moved from April 5 to Sunday, April 3, SU Athletics announced in a release on Wednesday morning.While the game changes days, the location and time remain the same. The Orange (9-3, 2-1 Atlantic Coast) travels to Buffalo, New York, to face Canisius (4-5, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic) at 7 p.m. after playing No. 13 Duke in the Carrier Dome at noon the same day.Syracuse is 3-1 on the road this season, the lone loss coming against then-No. 16 Boston College by a score of 13-8.SU’s contest with the Golden Griffs starts a three-game road swing that continues at Virginia Tech and Albany on April 9 and 12, respectively.Syracuse ended a skid in which it lost three of five and fell from its No. 2 ranking by beating No. 5 Notre Dame, 12-11, on the road on Sunday. The Orange continued its momentum with a 17-7 thumping of Connecticut on Tuesday night at home.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on March 30, 2016 at 11:47 am Contact Sam: sjfortie@syr.edu | @Sam4TRcenter_img Related Stories Kayla Treanor and Riley Donahue lead Syracuse to 17-7 win over ConnecticutAllie Murray overcomes early mistake to help Syracuse crush Connecticutlast_img read more

IBIA records ‘significant downturn in alerts’ in Q3 report

first_img IBIA – MGA must adopt coherent approach on sports betting customer disputes   July 21, 2020 IBIA: Australia has made no progress on safeguarding sports integrity   July 28, 2020 Superbet highlights integrity commitment with IBIA membership July 9, 2020 Related Articles Share StumbleUpon Submit Publishing its quarterly report for Q3, the International Betting Integrity Association (IBIA) has noted a ‘significant downturn in alerts’ of suspicious betting activity to the relevant authorities.The IBIA has recorded 50 cases of suspicious betting during Q3, with tennis and football making up 90% of the alerts. Khalid Ali, Secretary General of the International Betting Integrity Association, stated: “The year to date has seen a significant downturn in alerts, notably on tennis. We welcome the ongoing efforts of the sport to work closely with us and to identify and impose sanctions on corrupt players. “The scope of the association’s unique and global leading monitoring system has been boosted by four new members during 2019, with discussions ongoing with a number of other companies interested in investing in integrity and protecting their businesses from corruption.”The 50 alerts reported during Q3 covered six sports, spanning five different continents. 42% of the alerts originated from Europe, while 36% were made in Asia, as both continents maintained their positions as the primary location of sporting events on which alerts were generated during that period.The number of alerts remains similar to those reported in Q2 2019, which recorded 51 alerts, however it marks a reduction of 30% on the 72 alerts in Q3 2018. The annual total to date of 138 cases represents a 25% drop on the 184 cases at the same point in 2018 and is primarily a result of the fall in tennis alerts, predominantly caused by a reduction in alerts at the ITF Tour level.During 2019 IBIA, formerly known as ESSA, has seen a number of new members join the association including Bet on Alfa, Bethard Group and Virgin Bet. Sharelast_img read more