Thursday December 3rd, 2015

Faces in the Crowd: November 9, 2015
 
  •  
    Eliza Kallfelz
    Jamestown, R.I. > Rowing
    Eliza, a junior at St. George's School in Newport who was competing for Narragansett Boat Club, won the women's youth single at the Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston. Her time of 21:19.349 would have taken the all-ages women's club single title by 33.931. In August, Eliza finished 10th in the single at junior worlds in Rio de Janeiro.

  •  
    Belesti Akalu
    Shawnee, Kans. > Cross-country
    Belesti, a senior at Shawnee Mission North High, won the Class 6A regional meet by 1:06.00 in a school-record 15:19.00 to qualify for states in his first year running cross-country. A week earlier he took the 5K Sunflower League title by 16.10 seconds in 15:37.50. Belesti is undefeated this season against in-state opponents.

  •  
    Cordelia Chan
    Winsdor, Ont. > Golf
    Chan, a freshman at Williams, the defending Division III champion, shot a one-over 145 to win the Mount Holyoke invitational at the Orchards Golf Club in South Haley, Mass. Her second-round 68 set a school record. Chan finished the season with a stroke average of 77.70 and was named the NESCAC rookie of the year.

  •  
    Chase Edmonds
    Harrisburg, Pa. > Football
    Edmonds, a sophomore running back at Fordham, had 31 carries for a Patriot League-record 347 yards and three touchdowns in a 52–49 victory over Lehigh. He also caught two passes for 55 yards to set a league mark with 402 all-purpose yards. Chase leads Division I (FBS and FCS) in rushing TDs (18) and is second in rushing yards (1,444).

  •  
    Zoe Nunez
    Rockford, Ill. > Volleyball
    Zoe, a sophomore setter at Keith Country Day School, had 23 assists, eight digs, four kills and an ace in a 3–0 victory over Harvest Christian Academy (Elgin) for the Northwestern Athletic Conference championship. Zoe, who led Keith to a third straight Class 1A state title last season, has verbally committed to Notre Dame.

  •  
    Malcolm Oliver
    Damariscotta, Maine > Golf
    Oliver, a sernior at Division II Bentley in Waltham, Mass., shot a two-under 142 to win a second straight all-divisions New England Intercollegiate Golf Association championship by four strokes at The Captains Golf Course in Brewster, Mass. He is the first repeat titlist at the event since former PGA pro Jim Hallet (1981 to '83).

SI Apps
We've Got Apps Too
Get expert analysis, unrivaled access, and the award-winning storytelling only SI can provide - from Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkins, Seth Davis, and more - delivered straight to you, along with up-to-the-minute news and live scores.