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Faces in the Crowd

June 01, 1992
June 01, 1992

Table of Contents
June 1, 1992

Baseball
Fencing
Golf
Indy 500
NBA Playoffs
Stanley Cup '92
Mark McGwire
XXV Olympic Summer Games: Swimming
Giants
Chicago Stadium
Boxing
Environment
Point After
Departments

Faces in the Crowd

Elaine Agosti
BRIDGEPORT, CONN.
Agosti, a senior at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., took part in all five of the school's women's sports (cross-country, volleyball, soccer, basketball and softball) this year while maintaining a 3.8 grade point average.

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Paul Morse
DANVILLE, KY.
Paul, a senior shortstop and pitcher at Danville High, set a national high school mark by hitting 61 career home runs, breaking the record of 54 homers set by Rod Walker of Morristown—Hamblen (Tenn.) West in 1989.

Carla Ainsworth
KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Ainsworth, a freshman at Kenyon College, was named the Division III swimmer of the year after winning the 100- and 200-yard freestyles at the division's nationals, in 51.28 and a meet-record 1:51.80, respectively.

Rhea Lee Thorn
PHOENIX
Rhea Lee, a junior softball pitcher at Moon Valley High, had a 24-2 record, a 0.12 ERA and 247 strikeouts in 175 innings as the Rockets won the 5A state title. She also led Moon Valley with a .455 batting average.

Jermaine Lewis
LANHAM, MD.
Jermaine, a senior sprinter at Eleanor Roosevelt High, set a national indoor high school record when he clocked a 21.40 in the 200 meters, breaking by .01 the mark established by Chris Nelloms of Dayton in 1990.

Pat McCarrick
MILLER PLACE, N.Y.
McCarrick, 47, has led the Miller Place High badminton team to a 304-0 record in her 21 years as coach. With their 293rd win on April 7, the Panthers set a national mark for consecutive wins in any high school sport.

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