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Kim Pate, who serves as the director of athletics at Lenoir-Rhyne University, has been selected as the president of the Division II Athletics …

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Top-ranked Iga Swiatek is out of Wimbledon in the third round and her winning streak is over at 37 matches. The French Open champion lost to Alize Cornet of France 6-4, 6-2 on No. 1 Court. The 21-year-old Pole hadn’t lost a match since February.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has used Twitter to announce he had met with Pope Francis. Musk used the @Pontifex handle in tweeting that he was “honored” to meet with Francis on Friday. He tweeted a photo showing Musk, Francis and four of Musk’s teenage children. The Vatican didn’t announce the audience or provide any information about what was discussed. Musk’s tweet followed one of a street scene in Venice. It suggested he might have had other stops on his tour. Francis frequently meets with high-profile figures in strictly private audiences that are held in a reception room of the Vatican hotel where he lives. A common talking point he uses when meeting with corporate CEOs is to appeal for them to use wealth and technology to help the poorest while caring for God’s creation.

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Jessica Pegula’s run of quarterfinal appearances at Grand Slam tournaments this year is over after a loss to Petra Martic of Croatia in the third round at Wimbledon. Martic defeated the eighth-seeded American 6-2, 7-6 (5) on No. 3 Court. The 28-year-old Pegula had reached the quarterfinals at this year’s Australian Open and French Open. The 80th-ranked Martic has been to the fourth round twice before at Wimbledon. She will next face 17th-seeded Elena Rybakina for a place in the quarterfinals.

Police in North Carolina fatally shot a woman after an unsuccessful de-escalation attempt and struggle over a weapon. The incident began when Fayetteville police officers were called Friday night to a home for a reported attempted break-in. The Fayetteville Observer reports responding officers found no evidence of a break-in but encountered a woman who pulled out a gun and threatened to harm herself. Police say a young child was nearby. Officials say the officers spent nearly an hour trying to de-escalate the situation. When they tried to disarm her, a struggle broke out and the woman was shot. State authorities will investigate.

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