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Dowd, a 2016 CoSIDA Academic All America Third Team selection, was an academic all district first team pick last season and carries a 4.0 grade point average in graduate school and graduated in three years with a 3.91 GPA in psychology.A three time All Horizon League Second Team selection, she has appeared in 198 career games. The 2014 Horizon League Freshman of the Year, she became YSU’s career home run record with 35 with a solo home run against Northern Kentucky on April 13.She ranks third with 141 runs scored, second with 126 RBIs, tied for seventh with 176 hits and tied for ninth with 21 stolen bases.Lonzo Ball’s sneakers have $495 price tagCelebrity dad LaVar Ball reportedly had a problem getting a shoe deal from the Big 3 Under Armour, Nike and Adidas but he has developed a signature shoe for his son Lonzo, independently made by his Big Baller Brand.And it comes with a Big Baller price tag: $495.In a video to introduce the shoes, Lonzo talks about being an entrepreneur and not just an endorser and how he wants to “push the culture forward.” At $495, not too many kids immersed “in the culture” will be able to afford them. The new shoes, called ZO2s, are nearly three times the cost of LeBron Jame’s signature shoe ($175), and more than three times the cost of the signature shoes by NBA MVP candidate James Harden ($140) and reigning two time MVP Steph Curry ($150).Shortly after racking up his 200th career stolen base, Reds speedster Billy Hamilton says he’d be willing to race recently drafted Bengals blazer John Ross in a 40 yard dash for charity.Ross, a wide receiver from Washington and the Bengals’ top pick last week, set an NFL scouting combine record of 4.22 seconds in the 40. Hamilton leads all major leaguers in steals since his debut in 2013.”I know he’s really, really fast,” Hamilton said after Thursday’s 4 2 win over Pittsburgh. “It is something I look forward to. I’m a competitor. I’m willing to do it for a charity event. I’d do a 40. There’s no way I could do 100. This is the wrong season to do 100,” he said. “I think a 40 would be a fun race for the city.”Division III players indicted in killingTwo NCAA Division III McMurry University football players have been indicted on capital murder charges in the January killing of a man in Fort Worth, but the grand jury declined to indict another.The Fort Worth Star Telegram reports a Tarrant County grand jury indicted 20 year old Dontrell Dock of Conroe and 18 year old Brodrick Ross of Bryan on April 13 in the shooting death of 29 year old Chris Dion Russell.The indictments said Dock and Ross killed Russell while robbing him at his apartment. The grand jury declined to indict 21 year old Ryan McBeth of Fort Worth, who also had been arrested.