Former UCLA Football Coach Terry Donahue Diagnosed With Cancer

first_imgGeneric photo of footballs in an end zone.(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Former UCLA football coach Terry Donahue has been diagnosed with cancer, the team said in a statement.According to the statement, Donahue underwent surgery this past Friday at UCSD’s Jacobs Medical Center and was released from the hospital a few days later.He is expected to begin chemotherapy following his recovery from the surgery.“Former head coach Terry Donahue is recovering from surgery following a recent cancer diagnosis. We wish Coach the best in his fight and look forward to seeing him back on the sideline,” the team said in a statement.Former head coach Terry Donahue is recovering from surgery following a recent cancer diagnosis.We wish Coach the best in his fight and look forward to seeing him back on the sideline.https://t.co/0zSeOF6fZR pic.twitter.com/MaJYaYQf9b— UCLA Football (@UCLAFootball) May 21, 2019Donahue is the winningest coach in UCLA football history with a career record of 151-74-8 during his 20 years as the team’s head coach. In those 20 seasons, Donahue led the team to 13 postseason berths and ended with an 8-4-1 record in those bowl games – and an impressive 3-1 record in the Rose Bowl.Donahue finished his career as a two-time Pac-10 Coach of the Year and a five Pac-10 championships. He went on to become the director of player personnel for the San Francisco 49ers before taking over for Bill Walsh as general manager from 2001-05.He was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 1997 and the College Football Hall of Fame in 2000.last_img read more

Bundesliga W In top game Barbosa leads Thuringer past HC Leipzig

The game between the until yesterday undefeated two teams of the German Women Bundesliga brought us thrilling match. Hosts HC Leipzig were slight favorites, but the reigning champion HC Thuringer proved why they’re still Germany’s best, and managed to score a 28:24 away victory, giving Leipzig their first defeat of the season. Alexandrina Barbosa led the visitors with 8 goals, while Sonja Frey contributed 7 goals. Visser and Szwed-Orneborg scored both 5 times for the host team. Alexandrina BarbosabarbosaHC Leipzigleipzigsonja freyszwed-orneborgthueringerthuringervisser ← Previous Story Niklas Landin to miss “Golden League” tournament Next Story → Friendlies worldwide: Denmark beat France – Good night for Poland, Tunisia, Croatia and Russia read more