JONE SIEBER, JAKE SIEBER, ROB SIEBER
The Sieber brothers, comprising the Xavier (Cincinnati) University team, beat the University of California at Davis 13-9 for their second straight National Intercollegiate Indoor Polo championship in Somers, Conn. Xavier is the first Midwestern school to win the 55-year-old event, and the Siebers are the first all-brother team to gain the title. Before last year's tournament, in which the Musketeers defeated Cornell in the finals, the Siebers had never ever seen a college indoor match. However, outdoors, Jake, 21, has a four-goal rating; Rob, 22, is a three-goal player and John, 19, is rated at two goals. The "Three Musketeers" are coached by their father Bob.
A 5'8" forward for the Phillips University basketball team in Enid, Okla., Cannon has a career total of 3,115 points in 136 games and was voted MVP in the AIAW small-college tournament in Pomona, Calif. Phillips (38-3) finished second.
A senior at Clarkson College in Potsdam, N.Y., Taylor became the ECAC hockey all-time single-season scoring leader with a record 108 points (42 goals, 66 assists). An All-America forward, Taylor scored a school career record 251 points.
Lori, 15, took three firsts and two seconds at the first Illinois Girls' Gymnastics Meet, to become the top gymnast in the state. A sophomore at Palatine High, she won the all-round title and the uneven parallel bars and floor exercise events.