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Faces in the Crowd

March 25, 1991
March 25, 1991

Table of Contents
March 25, 1991

Sideline
Focus
Tyson-Ruddock
The NCAAs
Figure Skating
Vince McMahon
Tiger Woods
Inside
Wrestling
Track & Field
Perspective
Point After

Faces in the Crowd

Rachael Green
ACTON, MASS.
Green, a junior at Harvard, was the top collegiate finisher in the women's lightweight division at the CRASH B Sprints indoor rowing competition. She completed the 2,500-meter "distance" on an ergometer in 9:16.

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Gardner Rowbotham
GUILFORD, CONN.
Rowbotham, 39, a freelance writer who received a heart transplant in 1989, won two tennis titles at the U.S. Transplant Games. With Joe Daly, a kidney transplant, he won doubles in the 18-30 and the 31-44 age groups.

David Monasterio
PONCE, PUERTO RICO
Monasterio, a sophomore at the University of North Carolina, won three individual events and swam on four victorious relay teams at the ACC men's championships. He shared the meet's MVP honors.

Brenda Straight
EMERSON, IOWA
Straight, a sophomore guard at Nebraska Wesleyan, set the Division III women's record for three-pointers in a season, with 100. She broke by 13 the 1989 mark of North Carolina Wesleyan's Shannon Stobel.

Nicole Sims
PLAINFIELD, N.J.
Nicole, a sophomore at Plainfield High, set a national indoor girls' shot-put record with a throw of 51'9/". She broke the old mark, established last year by Stevanie Wadsworth of Hurst, Texas, by 1'1¾".

Mark Benson
MOORESVILLE, IND.
Benson, 26, a computer-graphics artist, bowled three straight games of 267—for a series total of 801—the highest triplicate in state history. He broke the mark of 255 set by Jeff Bowman of Indianapolis in 1989.

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