The AT&T National Golf Tournament @ Congressional Country Club – Hosted by Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods won his own tournament early Sunday evening, finishing the tournament 13 under par. This was Tiger’s 3rd win so far in 2009 and his 68th total.
Hunter Mahan came in a close second at 12 under par, finishing the final day with a record-tying 62 at Congressional!
A collection of pictures, both color and black & white, documenting downtown New Orleans and the French Quarter. These pictures were taken in December of 2008 just before the New Year. Please show your support and purchase copies of the pictures.
The Catholic University Cardinal’s Football Team closed the regular season with a tough loss to the Bridgewater College Eagles 37-26. However, quarterback, #12 Keith Ricca, had a terrific game being sacked only once and surpassing the 11,000 career passing yards mark early on in the game.
The 2008 Metropolitan Cooking and Entertaining Show in Washington, D.C. featured more than 200 companies ranging from specialty food companies, caterers, stationers and party planners to kitchen planners, personal chefs, and appliance manufacturers. Additionally, the show featured numerous cooking workshops as well as local chef cooking competitions.
The most anticipated part of the show had to be two of the special guest stars: Paula Deen and Bobby Flay. Both Paula and Bobby were featured at the Land O’ Lakes Celebrity Theater at which they prepared several dishes for the crowd.
CUA’s Field Hockey and Women’s Soccer teams went into the Landmark Conference Finals on Saturday with top conference records; however despite valiant attempts, by both teams, the day proved to be a disappointing one for all, as both teams lost in overtime late Saturday afternoon. To read more about the games and both teams, visit the CUA Cardinals website.
CUA Women’s Soccer vs. Scranton last Wednesday
CUA Field Hockey vs. Juniata on Saturday at the Landmark Conference Final