Sports in Brief: Ingram joining Temple athletics

Posted: August 09, 2012

Mark Ingram, who has successfully led the athletic development offices at three Football Bowl Subdivision schools over the last decade, has been named assistant vice president for athletic development at Temple University. The Winston Salem, N.C., native most recently served as the senior associate athletic director at Tennessee.

"It is an honor for my family and I to join the staff at Temple University; we couldn't be happier," Ingram said."

In addition to five years at Tennessee, Ingram served as assistant athletics director for development at the University of Georgia for two years (2006-07). Before that, he was the assistant athletics director for development at the University of Missouri beginning in the fall of 2002.

Eastern University volleyball star Maria Horning has been recognized as the Freedom Conference's NCAA woman of the year nominee. Horning, along with nominees from other conferences around the nation is now eligible to be selected as one of thirty finalists for the prestigious honor. The NCAA will select ten finalists from each of the three divisions in mid-August.

CYCLING: New court documents filed by U.S. anti-doping officials in their case against Lance Armstrong include a recent interview given by the head of the International Cycling Union saying his agency will wait for the outcome.

Wednesday's filing is the latest twist in a fight pitting the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency against Armstrong and UCI officials over who has jurisdiction to pursue a drug case against the seven-time Tour de France winner.

Armstrong, who denies doping, and UCI officials say USADA does not have jurisdiction.

SOCCER: The New York Red Bulls have acquired goalkeeper Luis Robles through the MLS allocation process.

- Staff and wire reports

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