Marcoux, a senior center on the Princeton women's ice hockey team, had two goals and an assist in a 6-4 loss to Dartmouth. Her career point (216) and conference point (115) totals are school and Ivy League records.
Michael E. Jones
Jones, 40, a municipal judge, came in first in the 40-45 age group of the Masters International Swimming Hall of Fame Ocean Swim, off Fort Lauderdale. He swam the one-mile race in heavy seas in 29:06 minutes.
Andrew M. Leonard
STATE COLLEGE, PA.
Leonard, 22, is the first Special Olympian to place in a national open meet. He came in second in the American Drug Free Powerlifting Association Lifetime Championships with a three-lift total of 904 pounds.
McMullen, a junior guard on the Alabama State women's basketball team, scored 49 points in a 96-94 OT loss to Texas Southern. Through last weekend, McMullen led the Lady Hornets with 29.1 points per game.
March 18, 1991
Monique De Bruin
Monique, 13, won two gold medals and a silver at the U.S. Junior Olympic fencing championships. She placed first in the under-15 girls' foil and èpèe events and was second in the under-17 girls' èpèe competition.
Steven, a junior at Laramie High, took home the state high school all-around gymnastics title, by winning the floor exercise, the pommel horse, the rings, the vault and the high bar. He was second on the parallel bars.