View the Faces in the Crowd of the week of Oct. 19, 2015.

By Ali Fenwick
October 16, 2015
Katie Rainsberger
Colorado Springs > Cross-country

Katie, a senior at Air Academy, won the 5K Desert Twilight XC Festival in Casa Grande, Ariz. in 16:23.40, the nation's top time this season. The defending Colorado 4A champion and state Gatorade cross-country runner of the year, she also won the Nike Cross Nationals Southwest regional last November.

Vad Lee
Durham, N.C. > Football

Lee, a senior quarterback at James Madison, threw for 289 yards and three touchdowns and rushed for a school-record 276 yards and two scores in a 48–45 victory over SMU. Lee became the first player in Division I history, FBS or FCS, to pass and run for more than 275 yards in one game.

Karen Chung
Livingston, N.J. > Golf

Chung, a junior at USC, shot a 12-under 204 to earn medalist honors at the Annika Intercollegiate tournament at Reunion Resort Golf Course in Orlando. Her 54-hole score was the second lowest in school history, leading the Trojans to a 23-stroke win over Arizona and a school-record 36-under finish.

Patrick Foss
South Riding, Va. > Soccer

Foss, a junior defender at Virginia, scored on a pair of free kicks—one from 40 yards in the 74th minute and the second from beyond midfield in the a 3–2 defeat of Louisville. When last season's NCAA final went to penalty kicks, he converted UVa's third in its victory over UCLA.

Daly Santana
Corozal, Puerto Rico > Volleyball

Santana, a 6' 1" senior outside hitter at Minnesota, had a career-high 39 kills in a five-set victory over Louisville, the most in Division I this season. The second-leading scorer in the Big Ten last year (4.47 points per set), she was averaging a team-high 4.91 points and 4.41 kills at week's end.

Matt Miller
DuBois, Pa. > Football

Matt, a sophomore quarterback at DuBois Area High, threw for a national-record 787 yards in a 107–90 loss to Meadville High. His teammate, Journey Brown, rushed for 722 yards, the second-most ever.

Journey Brown
Meadville, Pa. > Football

Journey, a Meadville junior running back, rushed for 722 yards, the second most-ever in a high school game. His teammate, Matt Miller, threw for a national record 787 yards in Meadville's 107–90.

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