This is an article from the April 17, 1989 issue
At the NCAA Division III indoor track championships. Trice, a junior at Christopher Newport College, led the Lady Captains to the women's title with victories in the long and triple jumps (19'1" and 39'1¼", respectively), the 55-meter dash (7.09) and the 55 hurdles (8.00). At the same meet. Cado, a 25-year-old Czech defector, set Division III records in the long jump (24'11¼") and triple jump (52'3¼") to lead North Central College to the men's crown.
HAYES, S. DAK.
Scarborough, a junior at the University of South Florida, made 399 points out of a possible 400 to set a collegiate record at the NCAA air-rifle championships. She hit 39 10-point bull's-eyes and one nine.
Weiskopf, a junior at Western State College of Colorado, won the 10-km freestyle race and anchored the winning 3 X 5-km relay team to lead the Mountaineers to the women's title at the U.S. collegiate Nordic skiing championships.
FRANK D. TATUM JR.
Tatum, 68, an attorney and a former USGA president, aced the par-3 161-yard 3rd hole with a five-iron and then birdied the same hole during 36 holes of play at Cypress Point. He scored his only other hole in one at the age of 11.
Joskeen, a freshman guard at Florien High, led the Lady Blackcats to the girls' state Class B basketball title with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists in a 73-37 win over Chatham High. She also has won a girls' state cross-country meet.