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No. 14 Florida State shuts out Syracuse, 1-0

first_imgSyracuse (15-9, 4-3  Atlantic Coast) fell 1-0 to the reigning ACC softball champion, No. 14 Florida State (24-6, 4-0), in Tallahassee, Florida, on Friday evening.SU ace Alexa Romero took the circle against FSU ace Kylee Hanson. The two shared ACC Co-Pitcher of the Week honors in late February. Romero struck out eight batters, seven of which came in the first three innings.Romero also walked four, including FSU outfielder Korina Rosario to start the bottom of the sixth. A few batters later, outfielder Zoe Casas flew out to center field and Rosario, who was on third, scored the lone run of the game.Offensively, Syracuse struggled to generate hits. The Orange entered the game with four batters averaging over .300 at the plate, including Bryce Holmgren, who entered tops in the ACC with a batting average over .500. In the first game of the series against FSU, only one batter recorded any hits at all.Sammy Fernandez had two hits. One came in the top of the third when she singled to right field. Sophomore Toni Martin, who was on base after an error, moved to third. Fernandez stole second to put runners on second and third, but Alicia Hansen flew out to center field to retire the top of the inning.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThree innings later, Fernandez recorded the only other hit the Orange had against the Seminoles. Like in the third inning, Fernandez got to second and Holmgren walked to put two runners on before the inning ended.Syracuse will face the Seminoles again Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. Comments Published on March 23, 2018 at 8:38 pm Contact Kaci: klwasile@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

Verizon Will Offer Free AntiRobocall Tools to All Customers

first_imgStay on target Robocalls remain a major issue for smartphones worldwide, but Verizon is stepping up its spam protection efforts: The company will roll out free anti-robocall tools for all of its customers this spring.In March, these call blocking and spam alerting tools will be available for Verizon wireless customers with compatible Android and iPhone devices, said the company in a press release. Verizon hasn’t provided a launch date for these apps, however, it said it will alert customers on the sign up procedure soon.Verizon didn’t give specific details on these apps, but the company said it will help customers avoid robocalls and other spam messages on their smartphones. The tools will notify customers of potentially dangerous robocalls on their smartphones with quick notifications on their screens. Additionally, they will feature call authentication technology that will analyze incoming calls and messages that might be mobile spam.To date, Verizon has identified almost 300 million numbers that are connected with robocalling and spamming. Even though this data is concerning, Verizon has helped customers block robocallers and spammers with other key initiatives.Over a year ago, Verizon added free call and spam screening to wireless customers who subscribed to its Call Filter service (formerly Caller Name ID). The service alerts users about spam callers and unknown numbers by name and shows a risk meter associated with the call. If the call shows signs of spamming, the incoming call will display a spam label notification.Caller ID service customers with wirelines also receive Verizon’s Spam Alert services for free. The caller ID will display a number with “SPAM?” if it corresponds with Verizon’s spam criteria. Following its launch last year, Verizon said this feature has alerted customers about almost one billion potential robocalls.For more information on how to block calls and messages, visit Verizon’s Blocks FAQs support page.More on Geek.com:Drones, Doctors, and Disney Praise Verizon 5G at CES 2019Google Maps Speed Limit Signs Are Spotted in More US CitiesACLU Sues Federal Government Over Social Media Surveillance Amazon’s New Facial Recognition Smells Your FearSnapchat’s New Snap Spectacles Will Have Two Cameras, Cost $350 last_img read more