CONTENTS

April 07, 1991

20
THE FINAL FOUR
After stunning previously unbeaten UNLV in the semis, Duke won the NCAA basketball crown by defeating Kansas
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

28
FROM SHADOWS TO GLORY
Unheralded Steve Elkington finished ahead of all the big names in winning The Players Championship
BY JOHN GARRITY

36
AT THE SUMMITT AGAIN
Tennessee won yet another national women's basketball title—its third for coach Pat Summitt
BY HANK HERSCH

44
MYSTERIOUS MALADY
Why is it that some major league players suddenly cannot remember how to just go out and throw a ball?
BY RICHARD DEMAK

50
HOOK THIS LONGHORN
Cutup Shaun Jordan hogged the stage as Texas won its fourth consecutive NCAA men's swimming title
BY MERRELL NODEN

54
'H' AS IN HOT
Hakeem Olajuwon has added a letter to his name, even as the Rockets have added a dimension to their game
BY RICHARD HOFFER

60
A QUEST FOR RESPECT
Heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield isn't one to be taken lightly, especially by George Foreman
BY RICHARD O'BRIEN

78
DO YOU KNOW ME? NOT LIKELY!
There's a loose side to tightly wound golf star Nick Faldo. But he certainly does his best not to show it
BY RICK REILLY

DEPARTMENTS

8
LETTERS

15
SCORECARD

65
HORSE RACING

68
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

72
COLLEGE HOCKEY

74
PRO BASKETBALL

96
FOR THE RECORD

98
POINT AFTER

PHOTOHEINZ KLUETMEIERGood to the Last Drop: Weep no tears for Michigan junior Eric Namesnik. He won this heat of the 400-yard individual medley at the men's NCAA championships (page 50).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)