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Faces in the Crowd

June 08, 1992
June 08, 1992

Table of Contents
June 8, 1992

Stanley Cup Finals '92
NBA Playoffs
The Jenner Classic
Roberto Alomar
XXV Olympic Summer Games
Life Of Riley
Golf
Holmes
Point After

Faces in the Crowd

Amy Windmiller
SACRAMENTO
Windmiller, a sophomore softball pitcher at Sacramento City College, had a 27-1 record, including 10 no-hitters and five perfect games, for the 54-3 Panthers. She did not allow an earned run during the season.

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Jason Zulauf
STERLING, ILL.
Jason, 11, won three titles at the AAU trampoline and tumbling championships. He won the 11-12 age-group advanced tumbling, the 11-12 advanced double minitrampoline and the elite boys double minitrampoline crowns.

Pele Baker
HONOLULU
Pele, a senior outside hitter for the state runner-up McKinley High girls volleyball team, was named a high school All-America after leading the Tigers in kills, blocks and assists. She was also all-state in basketball.

Art Cournoyer
CAMPTON, N.H.
Art, 64, a retired police officer, set a U.S. 60-64 age-group bench-press record in the 181-pound class by lifting 277½ pounds. He surpassed by 2½ pounds the 1992 record of Bill Ramsrud of Grants Pass, Ore.

Heather Jones
AUDUBON, PA.
Jones, a sophomore attack on the Rutgers women's lacrosse team, led the Lady Knights with 48 goals this season. She scored four or more goals in a game eight times, including an eight-goal spree against Hofstra.

Derek Hacopian
POTOMAC, MD.
Hacopian, a senior rightfielder at Maryland, established ACC single-season records for batting average (.490), slugging percentage (.938) and on-base percentage (.618). He also set a school mark of 23 homers this season.

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