Al Trost, a St. Louis University junior, named outstanding college soccer player of 1969, has been picked to join a 22-man squad named in advance for the 1972 Olympics. The 6'1", 170-pound linkman led the Billikens to the NCAA title and a 13-0-0 season.
Jan Bloodworth, 14, swept 16 singles matches in conference play for Central Bucks (Pa.) West High, winning every set. In the Bux-Mont tennis championships she bested Sue Ulrich 7-5, 6-1 as her team won the league title with a record of 14-2.
Tom Roushey, a 6'3" 175-pounder from Milford (Conn.) Academy, high-jumped 6'10" in the Peddie (N.J.) relays, the highest jump by a precollegian in the state's history. Unbeaten in 42 consecutive dual meets, Tom also won all-state honors in football and basketball.
Frank Rossi, a senior at Montclair (N.J.) State, finished his career with a .435 batting average and seven all-time school-hitting records. He averaged one home run for every 12 official at bats and scored 37 times in 23 games with 28 runs batted in.
June 14, 1970
Wayne Jensen, 21, has the mile record in three mountain states, breaking Jim Ryun's Utah mark with a 4:02.2 in Salt Lake City. He set the Colorado record of 4:06.5 and ran a 4:16.2 in Wyoming at 7,000-feet-plus. He holds Wyoming's 880 mark of 1:49.3.
Mark Graham, a senior at Ranum High, led his team to a second straight Colorado state high school title in gymnastics, winning six individual events and the all-round, with 49.3 points. Ranum ended the season 12-0 and with a meet record 191.30 points.