Martha, a 5'11" Hudson High senior guard, was named Wisconsin's female basketball player of the year. She averaged 26.6 points a game for the 22-3 Raiders, becoming only the third girl in state history to reach 2,000 career points.
This is an article from the April 18, 1988 issue
Hubbard, a junior at Wisconsin-Eau Claire, won the national one-and three-meter springboard diving titles at the NAIA championships. It was the sixth straight year that a Blugold woman diver has won at least one national title.
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Sellers, a junior at Penn State, was named collegiate bowler of the year for the second consecutive time. Her high game this season was a 290 in the Buckeye Classic, and she had an average score of 201 for the nationally top-ranked Lady Lions.
Cottingham, Normile and Kent, all of whom fence for Columbia University, won the saber, èpèe and foil titles, respectively, at the NCAA championships. Each was subsequently named first-team All-America. Cottingham, a senior and a member of the 1987 U.S. Pan American Games team, had a 108-11 career record for the Lions and lost only one bout this season. Normile, a junior, won 23 straight bouts while running up a 26-3 mark in 1987-88. He has won 97 out of 110 career bouts. Kent, a sophomore, finished this year at 27-7 and has a 65-11 career record. The NCAA win was Columbia's second consecutive team title. Only Navy, in '59, and NYU, in '61, had ever swept the individual championships in all three disciplines.