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Finale 2014 was released in November 2013 with new functions.[4] As with all previous releases, a new file format was introduced, which is incompatible with older versions of Finale. However, this time easier file exchange with future versions of Finale was promised. Finale 2014's new functions include a rewritten file format for forward and backward file compatibility, improved Apple OS X support, a new audio engine, additional Garritan sounds, and a new user interface. 2014d is the last version. An updated version, Finale 2014.5 fixes several problems.

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Movin' On UpBoth Connor Kelley and Matt Costello have moved into the Princeton Top 10 in all-time receptions this season. Costello is fourth with 148 catches, and he needs six this weekend to tie Chisom Opara for third on the all-time list. Kelley is tied with Phil Wendler for eighth on the all-time list (124); he needs two to tie Brendan Circle for seventh.Costello is also sixth in career receiving yards (1,659); he needs 50 to tie Trey Peacock for fifth on the all-time list, and he needs 56 to tie Michael Lerch for fourth. Kelley is 12th with 1,356 yards, and he would move to 11th with 29 receiving yards.Kelley is tied for fifth at Princeton with 10 career touchdown receptions; Costello, who caught a 30-yard touchdown pass last season at Dartmouth, needs two today to get into the Top 5.Catching OnIn the first seven games of the season, sophomore wideout James Frusciante averaged three catches and 24.7 receiving yards per game. Over the last two weeks, Frusciante has averaged seven catches and 78.5 receiving yards per game, and he recorded his first career touchdown reception at Yale last week.Running AwayJunior running back DiAndre Atwater has suffered through an injury-plagued season, but he has had a dramatic impact in Princeton's run game this season. In the six games he has played, Princeton has averaged 186 rushing yards per game; in the three he missed, the Tigers averaged 100.7.Atwater is averaging 7.4 yards per carry this season, the most for any starting running back in the Ivy League. At A Loss Senior co-captain Mike Zeuli leads all Ivy League players with 14.5 tackles for loss, which is four more than any other player in the league and 6.5 more than any player outside of Princeton. He had three tackles for loss at Yale last weekend.Zeuli needs nine tackles this weekend to go over the 200-mark for his career.Slam The Dor-ianSophomore Dorian Williams had a career game in Princeton's last home game, a 22-17 win over Penn. Williams recorded 13 tackles, three pass break-ups, an interception and an 85-yard fumble return that set up a score in the victory.Williams now leads Princeton in tackles (73) and pass breakups (six), and he ranks third in the Ivy League with 8.1 tackles per game.Hylton ExpressSophomore Rohan Hylton is already showing what kind of impact he can have in this league over the next couple of seasons. Hylton currently ranks second in the league in both sacks (4.5) and tackles for loss (10.5), and he ranks 10th with 7.2 tackles per game.Welcome MattJunior Matt Arends, who has started 25 straight games for Princeton at either cornerback or safety, set up a Tiger touchdown last weekend with his second interception of the season. Arends is fourth on the team with 52 tackles, including 10 last weekend, and he leads all non-seniors on the Princeton roster with 157 career stops.Ty Score Sophomore defensive lineman Ty Desiré had two sacks and five tackles in Princeton's victory over Penn two weeks ago. He leads all Princeton defensive linemen with five tackles for loss and three sacks this season.Junior Ian McGeary leads all Princeton defensive linemen with 22 tackles, while Kurt Holuba leads all Tiger freshmen with 18 tackles and 4.5 tackles for loss this season.Passing Fancy In Princeton's four losses this season, the Tigers have allowed at least 9.5 yards per pass; in its five wins, the highest yards-per-pass allowed in a single game was 7.2 (Cornell). Over the last five weeks, Princeton has allowed more 400-yard passing games (two) than it did all of last season (one).In its 28-24 win over Princeton in the 2013 season finale, Dartmouth threw for only 92 yards.

At Stake Princeton and Dartmouth annually play for two trophies, the Governor's Cup and the Sawhorse Dollar. While the Governor's Cup has been around for decades, the Sawhorse Dollar was introduced in 2004. This dollar was originally presented by Dartmouth alum T.J. Rodgers, Class of 1970, to Princeton's Tad LaFountain '72 after the business associates had a friendly agreement in 2002 to have the one whose alma mater lost send $1 to the one whose alma mater won that year's game. When Princeton rallied to win the game 38-30, Rodgers sent LaFountain a 1917 dollar instead of a modern one. Rodgers, in addition to being the CEO of Cypress Semiconductors in San Jose, is also a currency collector.I'm Honored Freshman offensive lineman Richard Bush was named one of the five recipients of the 2014 NFF National High School Scholar-Athlete Awards, which was announced by the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame. Bush was an all-state lineman at Plant HS in Tampa, Fla. Though the NFF only hands out five national Scholar-Athlete Awards per year, Bush is the third member of this Princeton team to have earned the honor. The other two are senior Matt Costello and sophomore Nick Peabody. Max Coale'14 received the honor in 2010.The Crystal BallPrinceton will have a 42-week bye before opening the 2015 season Sept. 19 at Lafayette. The Tigers are scheduled to play five home games next season, including three in a row following the season opener. Princeton will host Lehigh Sept. 26, and then will open its Ivy League season Oct. 3 against Columbia.Princeton will also host Colgate Oct. 10, and then Cornell on Halloween Day. The home finale will come Nov. 14 against Yale.All dates are tentative and could be changed because of TV. Game times will be announced during the summer. Please check out throughout the year for updates on the Princeton football team.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan women's lacrosse team notched a program-best 19 goals in a dominating victory over the Fresno State Bulldogs, 19-6, on Saturday (April 26) its regular-season finale at Michigan Stadium. U-M used a 7-0 run that started at 5:17 of the first half and carried into the second stanza to pull away, while the Wolverine defense allowed just a single goal in the second half

ASU used three pitchers in the seventh inning as the Trojans needed just two hits to score two runs and stretch its lead to three. Martinez gave up a leadoff single and was replaced by Friday night starting pitcher Brett Lilek, who made his first relief appearance since March 2, 2014. Lilek allowed four of the six batters he faced to reach base, including a RBI single and bases-loaded walk. Right-hander Ryan Burr took over with the bases loaded and two outs, and issued a looking strikeout to end the inning.

Bienstock's ultimate rival, Sean ("The Apprentice" prefers first names only), won more online votes from viewers of the job-interview reality show on NBC. It didn't hurt that Sean also went public about his plans to marry an attractive teammate on the season finale and also successfully managed his final assignment, a concert by the rock group Bare Naked Ladies at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, N.J., to benefit the World Wildlife Fund. 041b061a72


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