Brad James Written by September 10, 2018 /Sports News – Local Weber State’s Josh Davis Named As National Freshman of the Week FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah-Monday, Weber State freshman tailback Josh Davis was named as the FCS STATS freshman of the week for his contributions in the Wildcats’ 24-17 win over Cal Poly last Saturday.Davis ran for a career-high 177 yards and two touchdowns in his second career FCS game. He had a run of 60 yards as well as scoring runs of three and five yards.His 177 yards are the most for a Wildcats’ tailback in a game since C.J. Tuckett in 2012.Davis signed with Weber State in February 2017 after a stellar career at Alta High School. In his senior season for the Hawks, he set a Utah high school state record for all-purpose yards with 3,825 yards.He played in the Wildcats’ season opener in 2017 before suffering a season-ending injury. Tags: Alta High School/C.J. Tuckett/Cal Poly/FCS STATS/Josh Davis/state records/Weber State Football
The first patient in the current outbreak, a 26-year-old graduate medical student surnamed Song, was released May 10 from a hospital in her home province of Anhui, the AP reported. She had been in the hospital since Apr 4. May 12, 2004 (CIDRAP News) Five SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) patients have been released from Chinese hospitals this week, leaving only two still hospitalized with the disease, according to reports from China. Xinhua said two SARS patients remain in Ditan Hospital. One is recovering, while the other has additional diseases and is to be transferred to another hospital, according to Mao Yu, president of the hospital. The report did not name the patients. One patient whose release has not yet been announced is a 31-year-old man who works in the virology lab where Song worked. Li’s parents were released from Ditan Hospital yesterday, the Associated Press (AP) reported. They had been in the hospital since Apr 22. Nine people have had SARS in the current outbreak. Song’s mother died of the disease Apr 19. Xinhua, China’s state news agency, said two women were released from Ditan Hospital in Beijing today after recovering from the disease. The two are an aunt of the 20-year-old nurse surnamed Li, who was released from the hospital May 4, and a patient surnamed Xu. Song is believed to have contracted the virus while working in a National Institute of Virology laboratory in Beijing in March. Li fell ill after caring for Song in a Beijing hospital from Mar 29 to Apr 2; later the virus apparently spread from Li to five other people, including her parents and aunt.