Faces in the crowd

June 02, 1991

Stacy Cowen
AUBURN, N.Y.

Danielle Yearick
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Cowen, a junior pitcher/third baseman at Manhattan College, and Yearick, a freshman shortstop, broke or tied seven Division I softball records this spring. Cowen's marks included most runs scored in a season (65), best batting average (.581), and ties for consecutive games with a hit (24) and hits in a season (93). Yearick had the most RBIs in a season (70) and equaled the marks for home runs (three) and RBIs (nine) in a game.

Don Luke
NEWBURY PARK, CALIF.
Luke, 46, a former sales and marketing manager, placed fifth (45-49 age group) in a triathlon five months after quintuple bypass surgery. He did the 3-mile run, 10-mile bike ride and quarter-mile swim in 1:18.56.

Tom Weeks
PETERBOROUGH, N.H.
Weeks, 38, won the 220-pound submaster (ages 33-39) Natural Athlete Strength Association Powerlifting title with a three-lift total of 1,559 pounds. He squatted 645, bench-pressed 330 and dead-lifted 584.

David Dunn
PARK CITY, UTAH
David, 11, concluded this year's ski season ranked first nationally in the 11-and-under (J-IV) age group in mogul freestyle skiing. He is also rated sixth in the country in his age group in aerial freestyle competition.

Twylana Harrison
LEVELLAND, TEXAS
Twylana, a senior at Levelland High, set a national girls' high school track and field record by triple jumping 42'11¾", surpassing the mark of 42'10½" established by Wendy Brown of Woodside, Calif., in 1984.

TWO PHOTOSGABE PALACIO PHOTOGEORGE ROSE PHOTOPHILIP A. TOPA PHOTORANDY ORULLIAN PHOTODARYL LEBOEUF

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)