Siegel, a sophomore at Williams, led all Division III hockey goalies in save percentage (.922) and was named first-team Division III All-America and All-New England for the second year in a row. He led the Ephs to a 15-4-1 season and their first conference title by stopping 571 of 619 shots.
This is an article from the May 9, 1994 issue
Michelle, a junior Softball pitcher at North Florida Christian School, tossed a perfect game; of her 39 pitches in the 10-0 win over Blountsville High, 33 were strikes and six were hit for outs. With Michelle on the mound for every game, the Lady Eagles were 20-3 through last Friday.
ST. JOSEPH, MO.
Barnett, 24, broke three U.S. records in the 108-kilogram class at the North American, Central American and Caribbean Islands Weightlifting Championships in winning the snatch (162.5 kilos), clean and jerk (207.5) and total lift (370). He is the first U.S. competitor to win the three-year event.
NORTH YORK, ONT.
Saar, 75, broke the men's 75-79 Canadian shot put record, set in 1984 by Arnolds Ticmanis of Richmond Hill, Ont., with a throw of 10.79 meters at the national masters track and field meet. Saar, in his first appearance in the nationals, also won the high jump (1.09 meters).
Jenny, a junior diver at Westwood High, broke a 22-year-old girls' state record with a score of 510.50 off the one-meter board, at the University Interscholastic League Swimming and Diving Championships. Jenny also competed in the one-meter and three-meter events at the senior nationals.
NEW YORK CITY
Romulus, a senior volleyball player at Hunter College, is the NCAA's alltime leader in service aces, with 365. He led the nation in that category for three straight years. He also led Hunter to four CUNY Athletic Conference tournament titles and was the league MVP all four years.