This is an article from the Dec. 19, 1994 issue
Carroll, a senior shooting guard at the University of Winnipeg, and Kendall, 48, the Wesmen's coach, led Winnipeg to an 89-57 win over the University of Manitoba for its 88th straight win. Carroll, who is a two-time Canadian women's Player of the Year and received the 1994 Howard Mackie Award as the Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union's top female athlete, scored 30 points in the victory. She is averaging 25.9 points a game this season. Kendall, who is a three-time national women's Coach of the Year, had a career 457-150 mark through last Friday. The Wesmen's streak was ended at 88 by a 62-60 loss to Manitoba last week.
Kevin, a senior running back from Carencro High, completed his four-year varsity career as the Bears' alltime leader in 17 offensive categories, including total offense (5,931 yards), rushing yardage (4,923), carries (604) and TDs (73). He is also a two-time Louisiana Player of the Year.
Grace, a sophomore at Xavier Prep, shot a nine-under-par 139 in winning the girls' 36-hole state title, breaking Heather Farr's tournament record of 145, set in 1981. Grace, the nation's No. 1-ranked amateur girl, was also named Rolex/American Junior Golf Association Player of the Year.
Russo, 36, the women's soccer coach at Trenton State, guided the Lions to a 4-3 overtime victory over UC San Diego to win the NCAA Division III women's crown for the second straight year. In Russo's five seasons at Trenton State, the Lions have amassed an 87-8-9 mark, including a 22-1 '94 season.
Rebekah, an 11th-grader at Wheat Ridge High, became the first junior to win three Colorado girls' cross-country championships when she won the five kilometer race in 19:23. She is also a 1994 first team all-state soccer midfielder and a starting point guard on the basketball team.