Richard Hazeldine to join the board of BSB

first_imgThe British Society of Baking (BSB) has announced that Richard Hazeldine, national sales manager at Zeelandia, has become a member of its executive committee.Hazeldine joined the board at BSB this week. He joined Associated British Foods over 30 years ago, and his career in the baking industry since then has included a number of senior manufacturing and commercial roles in areas including bread, biscuits, snacks and ingredients.The BSB said: “We welcome his experience of our industry and, as a regular attendee to our conferences, we are sure many will already know Richard.”last_img

Tyler Roberson’s solid performance against Boston College is cut short due to foul trouble

first_imgJim Boeheim had to confirm with his children. The Syracuse head coach stood as the center of attention in the postgame press room, telling reporters that basketball players should learn in sixth grade about how aggressive one should be on the offensive glass.“Buddy, you know that right,” Boeheim said to his son, who had a big smile on his face. “You get three fouls you don’t go over the back.”“Sissy, do you know that? You might not, I’m not sure,” Boeheim said to his daughter, who looked more embarrassed. “She’s pretty aggressive.”Boeheim’s joke was all part of a pointed comment about Tyler Roberson. The Syracuse forward was having a monster night. He had 10 points and 12 rebounds with 14 minutes to play. But he recorded a fourth foul on an overly-aggressive over the back, and never returned to play. Syracuse (11-7, 1-4 Atlantic Coast) went on to win big, 62-40, over Boston College (7-9, 0-3) in the Carrier Dome on Wednesday night.MORE COVERAGEAdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse snaps 4-game losing streak, crushes Boston College in 62-40 winMichael Gbinije returns to form with 14 points in Syracuse’s 62-40 win against Boston CollegeWhat we learned from Syracuse basketball’s blowout win over Boston College All three of Roberson’s second-half fouls came as he went for boards on the offensive glass. He was all over the place, in a good way, for Syracuse. But his aggressiveness came back to bite him.“It’s my fault,” Roberson said. “I should have became more aware and not have been as aggressive on the offensive glass. Should have picked my spots better. This is definitely something I’ve learned.”Roberson didn’t say there was anything that he could do specifically to limit his foul woes. It’s more just a matter of being aware of his foul situation. Roberson finished off the first half by cleaning up a Tyler Lydon missed 3 then a Frank Howard missed layup. His second on the offensive glass led to a basket of his own, punctuating a first half in which the Orange doubled BC’s score at 30-15.The big man has finished in double-figure scoring in four of the past five games. And it was the first time since Dec. 5 that he’s had more than three fouls. Roberson entered the BC matchup ranking third in the ACC with 3.9 offensive rebounds per game. He’s played aggressive and it’s paid off.On Wednesday though, it cost him the chance to make a good night a special one.“He’s just an animal down there,” center Dajuan Coleman said. “Just nobody is boxing him out. He’s going up and getting them. We need him to play like that every game.” Comments Related Stories Syracuse snaps 4-game losing streak, crushes Boston College in 62-40 winMichael Gbinije returns to form with 14 points in Syracuse’s 62-40 win against Boston CollegeSyracuse community reacts to win over Boston CollegeGrade Syracuse’s performance against Boston College and vote for the player of the gameFast reaction: 3 takeaways from Syracuse’s blowout win over Boston College Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 13, 2016 at 10:46 pm Contact Sam: [email protected] | @SamBlum3last_img read more