Faces in the Crowd

June 14, 1992

Jeremy Fraiberg
MONTREAL

Jordanna Fraiberg
MONTREAL
Jeremy and Jordanna, a senior and a sophomore, respectively, at Harvard, became the first brother-sister pair to win national intercollegiate squash singles crowns in the same year. Jeremy won the men's title by beating defending champion and Crimson teammate Adrian Ezra 3-2. Jordanna also defeated a defending national champ, Yale's Berkely Belknap, 3-1, to earn the women's crown. Harvard won the men's and women's team titles as well.

Mike Wilhelm
WABASH, IND.
Mike, a sophomore third baseman at Southwood High, had 15 runs batted in and belted four consecutive home runs, including two grand slams during the fifth and final inning, in a 34-2 defeat of Marion Bennett High.

Andre Scott
SANFORD, FLA.
Andre, a sophomore triple jumper at Seminole (Sanford) High, had the longest high school triple jump in the country this season and established a national record for a 10th-grader with a leap of 51'3¼".

June Walker
TRENTON, N.J.
Walker, 58, the softball coach at Trenton State, led the Lions this season to a 48-2 record and the Division III title. Her record during her 19 years at Trenton State is 590-136, with four national championships.

Jack Enfield
DEL ORO, CALIF.
Jack, a senior tennis player at Del Oro High, finished his varsity career by winning his fourth sectional title and extending his four-year singles record to 89-0. He never lost a set in league or tournament play.

TWO PHOTOSCLAY MCLACHLAN PHOTOANDREW JOHNSTON PHOTOJOE BURBANK PHOTOMARK SHERMAN PHOTOJOHN BURGESS

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)