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Sizing up Rays’ Tyler Glasnow: From spin rate to family matters

Older brother Ted was an All-Big East decathlete at Notre Dame and a standout with the Santa Barbara Track Club with Olympic aspirations for a while. Mom Donna competed in gymnastics at Fullerton State, then coached Cal-State Northridge to a Division II national championship in 1982. Dad Greg, when not running his hardwood flooring manufacturing and installation companies ("Probably the busiest human being alive,'' Tyler said), is a regular at the gym. Yes, they are tall — dad is 6-3, brother 6-2, mom 5-9. Tyler played just about all the ball sports growing up, and he also ran track as a sprinter and was a pretty good high jumper. -- Tampa Bay Times

New NCAA Division I men’s soccer Top 25 rankings released

Also receiving votes: United States Air Force Academy (76), UCLA (74), University Of Vermont (50), University Of California (34), West Virginia University (25), Southern Methodist University (24), Marquette University (22), Butler University (22), Saint Mary’s College of California (21), California-Irvine, University of (20), La Salle University (12), Creighton University (11), Clemson University (10), University of the Pacific (10), Western Michigan University (9), Charlotte (9), Elon University (8), New Hampshire, University of (7), Georgia Southern University (6), Oakland University (6), Drake University (6), UNLV (5), University Of Maryland (4), California State University-Northridge (3), University Of Rhode Island (1), University Of Kentucky (1), University Of Michigan (1) -- Soccer Wire

U.S. Men Close Pan Am Cup by Beating Chile

U.S. Men’s Roster 2 Price Jarman (MB, 6-9, Las Vegas, Nev., BYU) 4 Kupono Fey (OH, 6-5, Honolulu, Hawaii, Univ. of Hawaii) 5 James Shaw (S, 6-8, Woodside, Calif., Stanford) 6 Mitch Stahl (MB, 6-7, Chambersburg, Pa., UCLA) 7 Arvis Green (Opp, 6-7, Los Angeles, Calif., Cal State Northridge) -- Team USA