DeMichiei & Greenfield picked in 2018 MLL Supplemental Draft
Story LinksJan. 17, 2018
MILWAUKEE – Former Marquette University attackmen Jordan Greenfield and Andy DeMichiei were selected in the 2018 Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft on Wednesday afternoon.
Greenfield, who played for MU as a graduate student in 2015, was selected by the Boston Cannons with the 64th overall selection in the eighth round, while DeMichiei was picked in the 10th round by the Florida Launch (88th overall).
DeMichiei, originally selected in the 2017 MLL Collegiate Draft by the Ohio Machine, was an All-BIG EAST Second Team selection as a senior in 2017 while posting 16 goals and a team-high 16 assists. The 2017 Senior CLASS Award nominee was a three-time BIG EAST All-Academic Team selection and sits fifth all-time in Marquette history with 41 career goals and 77 points.
Greenfield, also a BIG EAST Scholar Athlete Sport Excellence Award winner for men’s lacrosse in 2015, was an All-BIG EAST Second Team selection and held the MU single-game record for goals (six) before DeMichiei broke it in 2016. Despite playing just one season at Marquette, Greenfield ranks in MU’s career top 10 in eight offensive statistical categories after recording 57 points, including 36 goals in 2015.
The 2018 MLL season begins the weekend of April 21 when Greenfield and DeMichiei hope to join the ranks of former MU players in the league. Former teammates Liam Byrnes, Conor Gately, B.J. Grill, Ryan McNamara and Jacob Richard all played in the MLL during the 2017 season.
The two-time reigning BIG EAST Tournament Champion Golden Eagles begin the spring season with three road scrimmages before the regular season starts against Jacksonville on Saturday, Feb. 17 at Valley Fields. MU will play its spring scrimmages at Cleveland State (Jan. 27), Johns Hopkins (Feb. 3) and Penn (Feb. 10).
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Outlaws select 8 players in 2018 MLL Collegiate Draft –
The Denver Outlaws selected eight players on Wednesday in the 2018 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft, including All-American long-stick midfielder Connor Keating with their first-round selection (eighth overall).
Keating earned third-team All-America and first-team All-Ivy League accolades during his junior season at the University of Pennsylvania. Through 13 games of his senior campaign, Keating has recorded 12 points (10 goals, 2 assists) and corralled 61 ground balls.
“In Connor Keating, we feel that we have an extremely talented player who can immediately contribute to our team,” General Manager Tony Seaman said. “Long-stick midfield is a crucial position in this league. We’re confident that Connor can play that role for us at an elite level for years to come. We’re very excited that he’s a Denver Outlaw.”
With their second-round pick (17th overall), the Outlaws chose midfielder Peter Conley from Duke University. A native of Mamaroneck, N.Y., Conley earned honorable mention All-America honors as a junior and has scored 32 points (24 goals, 8 assists) as a senior.
Denver selected defender Foster Huggins out of Loyola University in the third round (25th overall) and attackman Chris Cloutier out of the University of North Carolina in the fourth round (29th overall). The Outlaws also added midfielder Chase Young (4th round, 35th overall), long-stick midfielder Matt Gilray (5th round, 44th overall), attackman Connor O’Hara (6th round, 53rd overall) and attackman Bryce Wasserman (7th round, 62nd overall).
All draft selections will be placed on the college inactive list until the conclusions of their collegiate seasons, at which point they will be eligible for placement on 25-man rosters or practice squads.
Denver opens its season on Saturday in Hempstead, N.Y., against the New York Lizards and will play its first home game of the season on May 4.
Denver Outlaws 2018 MLL Collegiate Draft Selections
|Connor Keating||LSM||1 (8)||Penn|
|Peter Conley||M||2 (17)||Duke||Mamaronek, N.Y.|
|Foster Huggins||D||3 (25)||Loyola||Dallas, Texas|
|Chris Cloutier||A||4 (29)||North Carolina||Kitchener, Ont.|
|Chase Young||M||4 (35)||Michigan||Philadelphia, Pa.|
|Matt Gilray||LSM||5 (44)||Bucknell||Oshawa, Ont.|
|Connor O’Hara||A||6 (53)||Bucknell||Skaneateles, N.Y.|
|Bryce Wasserman||A||7 (62)||Monmouth||Southlake, Texas|
Tigers Galore in 2018 MLL Supplemental Draft
Story LinksBOSTON – With the Major League Lacrosse season just four months away, the professional outdoor organization held its annual Supplemental Draft last Wednesday.
Five former Towson University men’s lacrosse players were assigned to new franchises within the MLL: Nick Gorman ’16, Mike Lowe ’16, Mike Lynch ’17, Joe Seider ’17 and Tyler Young ’17.
Gorman was the second pick in the 10th round by the Atlanta Blaze as a defenseman.
Lowe also selected by the Blaze in the auxiliary round of the Supplemental Draft. He will begin his third season as a member of a franchise in the MLL. The 2016 CAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player appeared in seven games as a rookie with the Chesapeake Bayhawks before being traded to the Florida Launch. He had 17 ground balls with the Bayhawks and nine caused turnovers in 2016. A four-year anchor on the Tigers’ vaunted defense, the Monrovia, Marylander played in 70 career games with Towson, collecting four points on three goals and one assist. He caused 49 turnovers, including 21 as a senior. The three-time CAA Champion (2013, 2015, 2016) had 125 career ground balls, grabbing a career-high 47 as a senior.
Lynch was the third pick in the 11th round by the Charlotte Hounds, the franchise that drafted him at the end of his college career. He did not make any appearances with the Hounds last season. Another three-time CAA Champion (2015, 2016, 2017), Lynch made 65 career appearances for Towson, working his way into the starting lineup midway through his rookie season. The Forest Hill, Maryland product pegged 56 goals in his career along with 17 assists for 73 points through the midfield. He took 253 career shots, including 101 in his final campaign. He added 22 goals during the 2017 season, helping the Tigers to Championship Weekend for the first time since 2001.
Seider was the fifth pick in the 10th round by the New York Lizards. The big-bodied attackman was originally drafted by the Ohio Machine in the 2017 Collegiate Draft, but did not make any appearances. One of the top offensive players to come through the University, Seider posted 154 career points thanks to 127 goals and 27 assists. His 127 career goals rank second all-time in program, while his 487 career shots are the most ever by a Tiger. Another three-time CAA Champion (2015, 2016, 2017) he had his finest season in 2017 with 35 goals and a career-high 10 assists. Seider, who hails from Sparks, Maryland, also holds the top single-season shot record, ripping off 137 attempts in both 2015 and 2016.
Young was the top Tiger selected in the supplemental draft, going fourth in the ninth round to his hometown Chesapeake Bayhawks. Young’s hometown of Crofton, Maryland is less than 20 miles from Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium at the United States Naval Academy, the current home of the Bayhawks. Young was originally drafted by the Charlotte Hounds during the 2017 Collegiate Draft. A two-way midfielder, Young spent time as a defensive middie before moving to the offensive side over his final two seasons. He appeared in 66 games, scoring 21 goals with 14 assists for 35 points. Offensively, he had his best season in 2016, scoring eight goals along with 10 assists for 18 points. A three-time CAA Champion (2015, 2016, 2017), Young collected 85 ground balls, a bulk coming off the wing on faceoffs.
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Giardina (’16) Selected by Ohio Machine in MLL Supplemental Draft
Story LinksObetz, Ohio – Former All-American and men’s lacrosse alumnus Joe Giardina was selected in this week’s Major League Lacrosse (MLL) supplemental draft by defending league champions, the Ohio Machine.
Giardina was one of more than 150 athletes drafted by the league’s nine teams in the 2019 supplemental draft, held on Wednesday, Oct. 24.
A four-year member of the Panther lacrosse team from 2013-16, Giardina appeared in 69 games in the Brown and Gold. He caused 84 turnovers and picked up 149 ground balls in his career, capping his senior season with USILA Honorable Mention All-American selection and NE10 All-Conference Second Team selection in 2016.
His 149 ground balls tie him for seventh all-time in the Panthers’ Division II history.
Giardina joins former Panther Greg Puskuldjian, Adelphi’s all-time Division II leader in ground balls (346) in the Ohio Machine organization. Puskuldjian has been with the Machine in each of the past three seasons, helping the team win its first MLL title in 2017.
Giardina is the eighth Adelphi player to be selected in a form of an MLL draft, joining Joseph Catalanotti, John English, Salvatore Tuttle, Joe Vitale, Donny Moss, Michael Gongas and Wes Green.
About Adelphi Athletics
Adelphi University joined the Northeast-10 Conference in the fall of 2009, and in the past nine seasons, has collected 27 regular season conference titles, 29 tournament championships, 41 individual crowns and captured the Northeast-10 Presidents’ Cup four times (2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017), while winning six NCAA Division II National Championships.
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Pugh Goes No. 1 to Boston in MLL Supplemental Draft
Pugh Goes No. 1 to Boston in MLL Supplemental Draft
Wed Jan 17 2018 | Brian Logue | Pro
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Boston selected former Florida goalie Benny Pugh with the No. 1 pick in the 2018 MLL Supplemental Draft. As a senior at Richmond, Pugh led NCAA Division I with a 6.10 goals against average and a 66.1 save percentage.
Major League Lacrosse conducted its annual supplemental draft on Wednesday afternoon and former Richmond All-American goalie Benny Pugh went No. 1 overall to the Boston Cannons.
Pugh, who led NCAA Division I with a 6.10 goals against average and a 66.1 save percentage in 2017, played one game with Florida last summer but was not placed on the Launch’s 23-man protected roster. He was selected by Florida in the fifth round of last year’s MLL Collegiate Draft.
Pugh is the third goalie on Boston’s roster, joining Tyler Fiorito and Tom Carey. Fiorito has been Boston’s starter the last two seasons after coming over from Chesapeake. After leading Ohio State into the national title game last year, Carey was selected in the eighth round by Denver but did not see any game action and was traded to Boston, which finished with a league worst 3-11 record last season.
With the continued overlap with the National Lacrosse League schedule and this summer’s Federation of International Lacrosse Men’s World Championship in Israel during the month of July, the supplemental draft will help teams shore up depth for the 2018 season.
With the No. 2 pick, Atlanta picked up some needed firepower for its attack by reacquiring attackman Dylan Donahue, who scored 19 points in 10 games for the Blaze last summer. Earlier in the day, Atlanta dealt attackmen Jesse King and Randy Staats to Dallas for the three selections in the upcoming collegiate draft, and also sent midfielder James Pannell to Boston for the No. 10 overall pick in the collegiate draft.
Charlotte picked up midfielder Adam Osika with the third selection. Osika, an Albany graduate, played in four games for Atlanta last summer and had two goals and an assist in a 19-18 victory over Charlotte on June 3.
Chesapeake grabbed former New York defenseman Luke Duprey with the No. 4 pick. Duprey, who helped Duke win a pair of national championships, played in eight games with the Lizards in 2016.
With the No. 5 pick, Boston continued with a defensive mindset by selecting former Virginia All-American Tanner Scales. Scales was drafted by Denver in the seventh round of last year’s collegiate draft.
Dallas, which relocated from Rochester in the off-season, made its first pick in its new home a familiar one, picking up former Villanova midfielder Jack Curran at No. 6. Curran played in one game with the Rattlers last summer, scoring a goal against Atlanta.
With the No. 7 pick, Florida picked up former Atlanta attackman Tom Moore. The Binghamton product had four goals in four games as a rookie with Atlanta in 2017.
At No. 8, Denver selected defenseman Chris Fennell. The Navy product played in five games with Chesapeake last summer and registered nine groundballs and three caused turnovers.
Rounding out the first round of the supplemental draft was defending league champion Ohio taking former Denver attackman Ryan Ambler. The former Princeton captain had seven goals and four assists in seven games with the Outlaws last year.
New York had traded away its first round pick and did not make a selection until the second round when it picked up defenseman Greg Danseglio. The former U.S. U19 player spent three years at Virginia before earning third team All-America honors at Maryland in 2016. He played in 12 games for Rochester last summer in the MLL.
First Round Selections
1. Boston: Benny Pugh (G)
2. Atlanta: Dylan Donahue (A)
3. Charlotte: Adam Osika (M)
4. Chesapeake: Luke Duprey (D)
5. Boston: Tanner Scales (D)
6. Dallas: Jack Curran (M)
7. Florida: Tom Moore (A)
8. Denver: Chris Fennell (D)
9. Ohio: Ryan Ambler (A)
A complete list of selections is available on majorleaguelacrosse.com
MLL 2019 Supplemental Draft ReviewOver 350 players were in this year’s player pool according to the MLL website.
This is a review of all the players drafted in the second annual MLL supplemental draft. There were four rounds in all and New York took the most picks. Lots of guys that graduated a couple years ago with the oldest draftee being Bill O’Brian (2010). A lot of guys were drafted that come from lesser known D1 schools and D2/D3 institutions. A lot of these guys will be used as practice squad players, but don’t be surprised to see a couple of them play key roles on their roster as the 2019 season goes on. Congrats to everyone who was drafted! Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram (logical_lacrosse) and Twitter (Logical_Lacrosse). Thank you and please enjoy!
1. Ohio Machine
a. Thomas Hoggarth: Midfield
2. Florida Launch
a. Robert Hope: Defense, Pfeiffer University 2014
3. Boston Cannons
a. Jay Drapeau: Midfield, Loyola 2018
4. Atlanta Blaze
a. Leo Stouros: Defense, Colgate 2016
5. Charlotte Hounds
a. Kacy Kapinos: SSDM, Ohio State 2016
6. New York Lizards
a. Matt Lane: Midfield, Syracuse 2018
7. Dallas Rattlers
a. William Kane: Defense, Detroit Mercy 2018
8. Denver Outlaws
a. Tyler Pace: Midfield, Denver 2017
a. Dereck Downs: Attack, Wheeling Jesuit 2018
a. Bill O’Brien: Defense, Sacred Heart 2010
a. Tyler Blaisdell: Goalie, Princeton 2018
a. Patricck Fraser: Midfield, Johns Hopkins 2018
5. New York
a. Charles Schreck: LSM, Delaware 2016
a. Ted Goltzman: SSDM, Marquette 2018
a. Jacob Ruest: Midfield, Robert Morris 2015
a. Cole Barrett: Defense, Lynchburg 2017
a. Brendan Collins: Midfield, Notre Dame 2018
3. New York
a. Fred Ulbrick: Defense, Bates 2017
a. Jared Mintzlaff: SSDM, Loyola 2018
a. Tayler Ghesquiere: Midfield, Wesleyan 2018
a. Anthony Joaquim: SSDM, Saint Joseph’s 2017
2. New York
a. John Vigh: Midfield, Marist 2017
a. Joel Brown: Midfield, Florida Southern 2016
4. New York
a. Joseph Bressingham: Faceoff, Manhattan 2018
a. Ross Bowman: Goalie, Mount Olive 2016
6. New York
a. Patrick Ryan: Faceoff, Jacksonville 2017
7. New York
a. Gale Thorpe: Attack, Ohio State 2019
8. New York
a. Troy Miller: SSDM, Salisbury 2018
2018 NFL Supplemental Draft results: Giants take Sam Beal with a 3rd-round pick
It’s (supplemental) draft season! The NFL’s annual supplemental draft happened on at 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 11. This time, there were actually some intriguing players available, and two of them got picked, including one in the third round.
The Giants have selected Sam Beal in the third round of the supplemental draft. He’ll have a chance to compete for playing time right away as the Giants secondary struggled last year. Beal has the man coverage traits that’ll fit nicely in new defensive coordinator’s James Bettcher’s system. This means that the Giants will forfeit their 2019 third-round pick.
Unfortunately, Beal was lost to the season just two weeks later:
Giants cornerback Sam Beal who was chosen in the supplemental draft is out for the year with a shoulder injury per source. Big hit for this Giants defense.— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) July 25, 2018
Washington selected Adonis Alexander in the sixth round of the supplemental draft, according to Adam Schefter. They need some secondary help with Bashaud Breeland and Kendall Fuller playing for new teams this season. Alexander will likely have to earn his stripes on special teams before seeing real action.
Redskins draft Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander in x 6th round of supplemental draft, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 11, 2018
Mississippi State defensive back Brandon Bryant didn’t get selected in the supplemental draft, but he did get signed by the New York Jets shortly after it was over, as reported by Tom Pelissero. Martayveus Carter and Bright Ugwoegbu will enter the NFL free agent pool as well.
The #Jets are expected to sign former Mississippi State safety Brandon Bryant, source said. Bryant wasn’t selected in NFL supplemental draft, but ran a 4.4-range 40 at pro day, could contribute immediately on special teams.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) July 11, 2018
Who should you know for the 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft?
Like most years, the talent pool is small. Only five players were made eligible for this year’s supplemental draft:
- Adonis Alexander, DB, Virginia Tech
- Sam Beal, DB, Western Michigan
- Brandon Bryant, DB, Mississippi State
- Martayveus Carter, RB, Grand Valley State
- Bright Ugwoegbu, LB, Oregon State
Alexander and Beal are the headliners of this year’s draft class. They look to join Terrelle Pryor (2011), Josh Gordon (2012), and Isaiah Battle (2015) as recent supplemental draft picks. Considering the history of the NFL Supplemental Draft (43 players drafted since 1977), Alexander and Beal face an uphill battle to be considered worthy of a draft pick. However, they each have facets of their games that will appeal to NFL teams.
Alexander fits the physical prototype that teams are looking for in their defensive backs. NFL Draft Scout has Alexander listed at about 6’3, 195 pounds. Alexander plays a violent brand of football that you don’t see from most cornerbacks. He was declared academically ineligible for the 2018 season, prompting him to declare for the supplemental draft.
Alexander shines versus the short passing game where he can use his closing speed and length to jar the ball loose against receivers. This is easily the best part of his game. His future NFL team might consider moving him to safety so he can a bit more of a downhill player than he was in college.
Unlike Alexander, Beal doesn’t necessarily need a position switch in the NFL. Beal is an absolute stud at cornerback; if he had been in the 2018 NFL Draft he would’ve been one of the best cornerback prospects in the entire draft. Like Adonis Alexander, Beal was also declared academically ineligible for the 2018 season.
Beal has the makings of a starting cornerback with potential to grow into an upper-echelon defender. In the season opener against USC, Beal gave Sam Darnold fits by providing lockdown coverage, disrupting passes at the catch point, and coming down with an acrobatic interception.
Beal’s ball skills alone might be enough to get him drafted. He played primarily on the outside at Western Michigan, almost solely on the left side of the field, but he does look to have the physical attributes to play slot corner at a high level as well. Beal is excellent at finding and attacking ball while using the sideline as an extra defender.
Beal will be well served by the amount of man coverage that Western Michigan played last season. As NFL defenses become more man coverage-centric, Beal is a perfect fit for any defense looking for someone who can compete for a starting spot immediately. It’s rare to have a player in the supplemental draft that’s as talented as Beal.
Here are a few notes about the other three players in the Supplemental Draft:
- Brandon Bryant was a source of big plays for Mississippi State throughout his three years with the team. He had five interceptions for 122 yards and a touchdown in three seasons and also chipped in 3.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in that timespan.
- Bright Ugwoegbu had 17.5 tackles for loss and eight sacks in 27 career games for the Oregon State Beavers. This includes an absurd 11 tackles for loss in just eight games during the 2016 season.
- Martayveus Carter also goes by Marty. In 2016, he was named D2Football.com’s Offensive Player of the Year racking up 1,908 yards on 7. 5 yards per carry, 146.8 yards per game, and a whopping 20 touchdowns.
What happens when players are drafted? How are players drafted?
Supplemental draft picks work like an advance on future picks. When a player is chosen with a supplemental draft pick, that pick is subtracted from the team’s draft picks in the following year. For example, if a team were to spend a third-round pick on Beal in the supplemental draft, it would lose its third-round pick for the 2019 NFL Draft.
Teams are divided into three groups and each group has a bit of a lottery system to determine the order. It’s kind of like the NBA Draft Lottery where the team with the lowest record (for their group) has a better chance to win the first pick for their group. Here’s how teams are placed into groups:
- Group 1: All teams with six or fewer wins
- Group 2: Non-playoff teams with at least seven wins
- Group 3: All 12 playoff teams
Teams typically use later round picks on supplemental draft picks since the risk is a bit higher due to the circumstances of them being in this situation. Of the last nine supplemental draft picks, Josh Gordon was the only one that had a pick higher than the third round used on him.
Unlike the regular draft, this one won’t be televised. But we’ll soon find out which of the five players who have entered their names into the supplemental draft will get picked.90,000 Pilot project for the formation of a comprehensive rehabilitation and habilitation system for the disabled and disabled children
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0002 Development of the Maya C ++ plug-in
Maya can be developed in three languages which are Python, C ++, C #, I am ready to use several articles to be introduced separately and throw bricks. The plugin here refers to the result of using the development API, so Mel is not mentioned. If you are writing a script, it is recommended to use Python directly. MEL can look at the syntax, you can figure it out.
This article will contain three small parts:
1. Preparation of development environment and project template
2. Write a simpler plugin Himaya
3. Plugin with multiple commands, Hellomaya
The first is the development environment. It is a must to use C ++ for Visual Studio development. But the official statement is almost a Mayan version for installing the sun, there is a bit of a pit. There is only one way, click the Wizard by Wizard by Wizard Vis Version that it indicates. It’s a bit annoying for multi-version support, nobody wants to install a bunch of VS.
I don’t want to do this much uselessly, directly install Visual Studio Community 2017, at this one: https://visualstudio.microsoft. com / en-hans / downloads / Component words, you recommend that you get installed, you need Install this two (because C # is still used later):
MAYA is definitely installed and the current version is on the 2014 machine. Of course, I didn’t install Maya first.The
Maya SDK will usually be reinstalled, but this is not needed and some version of Maya is installed. No, go to Autodesk’s official Maya devkit search site.
https: // www.autodesk.com/developer-network/platform-technologies/maya
Next, create an empty C ++ project:
Create hi_maya.cpp source file to change project properties: (extension changes to .mll, DLL type)
Then change the incoming inbound directory:
Add Pre-Processor Instructions: WIN32; NDEBUG; _DEBUG; _WINDOWS; NT_PLUGIN; REQUIRE_IOSTREAM; _USRDLL; MAYAPLUGIN1_EXPORTS;
Links Attached Library Catalog:
Add the following additional dependencies: Foundation. lib; OpenMaya.lib; OpenMayaUI.lib; OpenMayaAnim.lib; OpenMayaFX.lib; OpenMayaRender.lib; Image.lib; opengl32.lib;
Command line Add one more option: / export: initializePlugin / export: uninitializePlugin
To write a simpler plugin: Enter the following code to compile the generated Plugin Himaya.mll file (source code will be hosted on Git, see screenshot first):
Open MAYA, use window settings / preferences / Plugin Manager / Browser to Generate Directory Load Himaya.mll Plug:
You can see that there is a command called Himaya in the plugin function, we can call, test in a script via MEL or Python:
A plugin has been successfully written here adding a new Maya command. But use 10 lines of code, simple. It’s really simple, but as it declares in your code, this method is only suitable for a plugin. , you can just look at other plugins:
So which plugin contains many commands? Don’t worry at first, pipe this gimaya project into a template first, leaving each project back for half a day.
From VS project / export template:
Create or add new projects, you will find surprises:
Create the Hellomaya project.
Actually, this plugin structure is something like this:
First, the norm has two functions, which are fixed, which are the initializing plugin and the UninitializePlugin, which are used to load and remove the plugin.Register in the download and uninstall process, do not register the appropriate class (class), create functions through this Creator class.
Each class (class) also has a specification first inheriting from MPxCommand, at least two ways are implemented, the creator returns a new object pointer, and the other most important Doit method is used to implement your command specific to what.
Next, write a plugin that contains two commands They are included in FirstClass and SecreeClass.You can write in the HellomaYa.CPP file, you can also formally split it into a header file and multiple implementations.
After creating Hellomaya.dll load the plugin to Maya, then test:
Detailed code can be seen, including VS template project, etc .:
If you have Git, you can also clone the project to local:
git clone https: // github.com / WendyAndAndy / MayaDev.git
You can pay attention to my open number:
Atlanta Blaze – Wikipedia
The Atlanta Blaze was a professional male field lacrosse team in the Major League Lacrosse (MLL). Blaze became the ninth MLL team as an expansion team for the 2016 Season and played their home games at Atlanta Silverbacks Park in Atlanta, Georgia.
This section must be updated .Update this article to reflect recent events or new information available. (Jan 2020)
On August 7, 2015, MLL granted an Atlanta, GA expansion franchise for the 2016 MLL season. The league previously held several games there, including the 2014 and 2015 championships, in which 8,149 and 8,674 people took part (the last one is to record the Steinfeld Cup). The league has suspended Blaze for the 2020 season. 
Opening of the 2016 season
On Saturday, April 23, 2016, The Blaze played the first ever game in the franchise against the legendary Chesapeake Bayhawks.Kevin Rice scored the first goal in franchise history in just 44 seconds, while Konrad Oberbeck scored 14 seconds later when Atlanta took the lead 6-0 to start the game. Despite a great start, Blaze failed to finish and lost 16-13 in front of 4145 fans. Following their defeat in Boston, Blaze returned home on May 14, where they smoked the Denver Outlaws for their first 23-12 win in franchise history. 
The rest of Blaze’s first year involved some very questionable moves.On June 14, Blaze traded their top pick, Miles Jones, to the Bayhawks after Jones played just two games for Blaze.  On July 21, the team vacated Hall of Fame head coach John Tucker and replaced him with assistant coach David Huntley after starting 3-7. The Blaze finished their first season in eighth place 4-10, beating only the Florida Launch. Former Atlanta Hawks and Thrashers chief executive Jim Pfeiffer was named the team’s new president on December 29. 
In 2017, Blaze returned much more competitive. The team still had playoff hopes as they entered the penultimate week of the regular season, but lost to the Rochester Rattlers eliminated them. However, they were still able to post an improved 6-8 record. Highlights of the season included a 17–4 wagging start in Florida on July 1, playing his first game on July Fourth in Denver, and Kevin Rice becoming the first Atlanta Blaze player to hit 100 points in a Blaze jersey.
On December 18, 2017, Blaze coach Dave Huntley passed away at the age of 60.  Former MLL player Liam Banks has been named Blaze’s third head coach.
Ahead of the 2018 collegiate draft on April 18, MLL Commissioner Sandy Brown announced that the league had approved the sale of Blaze to Andre Goodger, founder and CEO of technology and investment firm Eccalon.  This came five months after former owner Peter Trematerra sold the team back to the league, which also included a lawsuit. 
The 2018 summer season was Blaze’s best season since their inception, setting a record of 7-7. They had one win to go to their first place in the playoffs, but lost to the Denver Outlaws in the final week of the season and were eliminated. 
2019 Season and Dissolution
This season they had to move to Atlanta Silverbacks Park because their Grady Stadium was undergoing renovations.
After this they ceased their activities and were transferred to Philadelphia as the second incarnation of the Philadelphia Barrage. 
Despite close selloffs for the 2014 and 2015 Steinfeld Cup championship games, Blaze have not yet been able to score similar numbers for their home games. 
|2016||7||23.1949 3|| 4191 || 2017 || 7 || 14.259 || 2.037 || 2.811 || 2018 || 7 || 11.660 || 1.665 || 2.326 |
|Year||W||L||%||End of the regular season||Playoffs|
|2016||1099. 286||8th in the league||Does not meet the requirements|
|2017||6||8||.429||8th in the league||Does not meet the requirements|
|2018||7||7||.500||6th place in the League||Does not meet the requirements|
|2019||8||8||.500||4th place in the League||Semi-finalists||Results||25||33||.431|| Overall Playoff Record 0-1 |
% Playoff Wins = 0.000
Head Coach Story
MLL Award Winners90,000 Autodesk Maya 2018 Overview
- Create realistic smoke, fire, explosions, water and mud effects.
- Simulate fabric and hair that interact with external forces.
- Animate 3D scenes using keyframes, procedural and scripting animation tools.
- Integrating CGI effects into footage with MatchMover
- Use Maya Embedded Language scripts to customize Maya
- Add skins to your models faster with geodetic referencing Voxel
Autodesk Maya is a powerful 3D modeling studio available for Windows, Mac and Linux.It is used to create and animate 3D models for videos, games, and most commonly cinematic films. There is a free 3-year educational license available to students and teachers.
Maya gives you many options for creating realistic models that interact accurately with their environments. You can add wool and hair to your models that react to physical forces before colliding with the hair. You can also create realistic cloth, liquid and particle effects.
Maya makes it easy to integrate 3D effects into videos and create different scenes for your movie. It’s packed with MatchMover, which lets you create CGI building blocks into your video using advanced camera tracking. You can also use Camera Sequencer to compose multiple camera shots into your animation sequence. With Maya Embedded Language, you can customize the program with plugins and modifications and create scripts to simplify and automate tasks.
Autodesk Maya is a very powerful and complex tool that is difficult to master. If you want a 3D modeling tool that is comparable to Maya but lacks that kind of learning curve, Autodesk 3ds Max is another great option. If you solve Maya’s problem, you will find her a great 3D program with endless possibilities.
Updated: October 13, 2017
▶ Primary file extension.ma – Maya Project File
▶ Other file extensions used by Autodesk Maya 2018
|Supported file types|
|. BVH||Biovision Hierarchy Animation File|
|.ANIM||Maya Animation File|
|.DAE||Digital Asset Exchange File|
|.FXA||OC3 Entertainment FaceFX Actor File|
|.FACEFX||FaceFX Actor File|
|.FBX||Autodesk FBX Interchange File|
|.MP||Maya PLE Project File|
|.MCFP||Maya Fluid Cache Playback File|
|.MCFI||Maya Initial Fluid Cache File|
|. MTL||OBJ Material File|
|.MEL||Maya Embedded Language File|
|.MB||Maya Binary Project File|
|.OBJ||Wavefront 3D Object File|
|.SPT||SpeedTree Tree Data File|
|.SKL||Maya Skeleton File|
|.ZT||Mental Ray Image Depth File|
|Additional related file formats|
|.MAT||V-Ray Materials File|
|. MDD||Point Oven Deformation Data File|
Finnish glued laminated timber HONKA. Own production in Finland
Beam HONKA TECH ™
HONKA never stops looking for the most convenient, safe and durable solutions in timber construction.This constant pursuit of excellence is evidenced by the number of patents for inventions.
A – Unique adhesive system
The use of an environmentally friendly one-component adhesive system provides outstanding adhesive bonding performance and does not interfere with air exchange while maintaining 100% geometric stability.
B – Patented cant profile
With a pre-installed joint sealant makes the wall 30-50% more airtight compared to any similar construction technology
B – Stable strength
Due to the special orientation of the lamellas with the core outward, high stability and strength of the HONKA cant is achieved.The shrinkage of such a bar does not exceed 1–2%.
G – Optimum humidity
HONKA materials undergo continuous computerized drying in special thermal chambers to an optimum moisture content of 15% (+/- 3%)
Zero Angle and InnovativeShrink-Bar Technology
Unique HONKA technologies giving complete freedom for any architectural solutions
HONKA Zero Corner ™ and HONKA Fusion ™ expand the boundaries of the possibilities of wood, allowing you to erect wooden structures of any shape and volume from it, organically combining massive non-shrinking timber with other structures and finishing materials (stone, glass, concrete, metal structures).
We have achieved the highest level of energy efficiency – class “A”.
Thanks to the developed system of HONKA solutions for sealing window and door frames, as well as joints between structures, a tightness of 0.6 is achieved (with an admissible European standard of 4.0)
The n₅₀ value corresponds to the volume of natural ventilation in relation to the volume of a closed room, measured within a pressure difference of 50 Pa; unit of measure 1 v / h (once per hour) The q₅₀ value corresponds to the volume of natural ventilation in relation to the area
Optimum humidity level
ALLERGIES AND ASTHMA
ALLERGIES AND ASTHMA
When the humidity outside is increased, the liquid absorbed by bar
When the air is dry, the wall gives off moisture
Wood keeps you warm in winter and cool in summer. Wood has a low thermal conductivity, therefore, log walls have thermal insulation properties that significantly exceed those of brick or concrete walls with the same thickness.
Many developments of the HONKA company have received official approval from Finnish, Russian and other international organizations. Their authority is another confirmation that real deeds stand behind our words.
HTT (Hirsitaloteollisuus) quality certificate certifying the high quality of the HONKA timber.
VTT certificate confirming the high quality of materials produced for construction.
VTT certificate, confirming the compliance of glued laminated timber with quality and strength standards GL24 and GL28.
Patent for a joint sealant for logs.
DNV certified according to international PEFC standards.
Certificate for membership in the European HTT Association (Hirsitaloteollisuus).
Certificate confirming the exclusive right of Honkarakenne Oyj to the gaskets.
Report on seismic resistance of HONKA structural solutions (Research Center of V. A.Kucherenko TsNIISK, 2019)
Certificate showing a diagram of energy efficiency classes (class A)
Confirms that the healthy home concept is safe and meets the requirements for people with asthma and allergies.
Certificate of compliance with the international standard ISO 9001: 2008
Certificate of compliance with the international standard ISO 14 001: 2004
Certificate of the largest international organization for sustainable forest management PEFC
Certificate and Rating Accreditation of the Association of Wooden Housing Construction of Russia (platinum status).