Nominate a stand-out future leader for the 2017 CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec challenge

first_imgThe industry’s first competition recognizing the incredible young leaders of the credit union movement is back for an eighth exciting year! The search is on for the 2017 CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec. This CUES® program for the industry’s emerging leaders is powered by Currency and sponsored in part by DDJ Myers.CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec challenge searches for emerging credit union leaders age 35 and under. Participants pitch a current project or program they are working on at their credit union or an idea to advance either their credit union or the credit union industry. The challenge features more than $50,000 in prizes and will award the title of CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec to one evolving leader in the credit union industry.“As the CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec challenge enters its eighth year, we’re eager to see the pool of talent the applicants and entrants display,” said John Pembroke, CUES’ president/CEO. “This contest embodies CUES’ mission to bring the finest in talent development opportunities to the industry, and I look forward to seeing the project ideas, as well as the presentations and crowning of the ultimate winner at CUES CEO/Executive Team Network in October.” continue reading » 17SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Gallery: Syracuse blows out Montana State in 22-point win

first_img Published on December 22, 2015 at 11:51 pm Related Stories Grade Syracuse’s performance against Montana State and vote for the player of the gameChinonso Obokoh turns in career game with 11 points against Montana StateDajuan Coleman scores a season-high 13 points against Montana StateBackup guards Kaleb Joseph and Frank Howard flash potential in win over Montana StateSyracuse community reacts to win over Montana State Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img

Men’s hockey: Wisconsin splits goal-heavy weekend Border Battle in Minneapolis

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (9-11-4, 5-5-4 Big Ten) split their two-game series against the University of Minnesota (10-11-4, 7-6-3) this weekend in Minneapolis. Both contests came down to the wire and each was decided by third-period goals, with Minnesota taking the first game and Wisconsin taking the second.Friday’s game began with a rocky start for Wisconsin, as Minnesota jumped out to a 3–0 lead thanks in large part to their success on power plays. The Badgers have struggled on both sides of power plays all season, scoring on just under 20 percent of their power play opportunities and allowing power-play goals at a 29 percent clip. Their one penalty kill in four chances Friday gave them a steep mountain to climb in order to get back into the game.Men’s hockey: Badgers hope to gain momentum on road against rival MinnesotaThe University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (8-10-4, 4-4-4 Big Ten) will look to bounce back after a disappointing weekend Read…Despite the early hole, the Badgers battled back and found themselves down 5–4 with five minutes remaining in the third period. Multi-point efforts from defensemen K’Andre Miller and forwards Jack Gorniak and Seamus Malone helped guide the team back into game contention.After the clock hit 5:00 remaining the game, however, the Golden Gophers dominated, scoring four unanswered goals to pull away with a 9–4 victory despite the Badgers outshooting the Gophers 46-28.Head Coach Tony Granato addressed his team’s late meltdown postgame.“ … for 55 minutes, we played good hockey, but you can’t play a 55-minute game,” Granato said. “Minnesota is a team where if they see weakness or they see us on our heels, they take advantage of it and that’s what happened.”Saturday’s affair followed a similar storyline to Friday’s, though it saw a far cleaner effort from the Badgers. This time, the late goal came from Wisconsin captain Peter Tischke to give Wisconsin a 4–3 advantage, which wound up being the game’s final score.Despite the Badgers committing seven penalties versus the Gophers’ three, UW held strong on penalty kills and was able to end their five-game winless streak.Notable Badger efforts included multi-point performances from sophomore forward Linus Weissbach and freshmen forward Dominick Mersch, the game-winning goal from Tischke and a 29-save, seven penalty-kill effort from freshmen goalie Daniel Lebedeff.Men’s basketball: Ethan Happ records second triple-double of season as Wisconsin rolls past Northwestern 62–46Senior center Ethan Happ registered his second triple-double of the season while sophomore guards Brad Davison and D’Mitrik Trice went Read…Granato praised his team’s ability to bounce back after Friday’s loss.“… with a young team, you hope the response is the right one,” Granato said. “Fortunately, our leaders and our players were able to put last night behind us, especially the last five minutes. The most impressive thing is you give up three power-play goals last night, and it doesn’t prevent us from staying with it.”The Badgers now find themselves tied for fifth in the Big Ten — one point behind Michigan and four points behind now third place Minnesota. With ten Big Ten games left on the Badgers’ schedule, the opportunity to rise as the season approaches its conclusion awaits them.Wisconsin will travel to East Lansing, Michigan next weekend to take on the Michigan State Spartans in a two-game series. Puck drops are scheduled for Friday at 6 p.m. CST and at 4:30 p.m. CST Saturday.last_img read more