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Faces In The Crowd

Nov. 01, 1999
Nov. 01, 1999

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COLOR PHOTO: CLAY MCLACHLAN Candace McNamee, Wheaton, Md. Volleyball McNamee, a sophomore setter at California, was named Pac-10 female player of the week after she had 11 kills and no errors for a women's school-record .917 hitting percentage in a 3-0 defeat of Oregon. The next night she had a triple double in a 3-2 win over Oregon State.COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL MOORE Ron Butcher, Keene, N.H. Soccer Butcher, 58, the coach at Keene State, guided the Owls to victory in the four-team Sunkist Kickoff Classic, winning his 400th career game in the process. Keene State's 2-1 defeat of Rutgers-Camden made Butcher the seventh men's college soccer coach in any division to reach 400.COLOR PHOTO: SCOTT K. BROWN Daniel Anderson, Nynashamn, Sweden Tennis Anderson, a senior at Virginia Commonwealth, beat teammate Frank Moser 6-2, 6-2 to win the national intercollegiate clay court championships. It was Anderson's second consecutive tournament title and improved his match record to 11-0 for the fall season.COLOR PHOTO: JOHN BARD Fred Reid, King, Fla. Football Fred, a senior at King High, broke a stunning 75-yard touchdown run on the final play of a 34-28 victory over Gathier High. The jaunt gave him 301 yards for the game. Through Sunday he had rushed for 1,636 yards and 12 touchdowns in eight games this season.COLOR PHOTO: LARRY HARWOOD Kara Wheeler, Duluth Cross-country Wheeler, a junior at Colorado, nosed out Erin Sullivan of Stanford to win the women's Pre-NCAA meet. Her performance led the Buffaloes to a third-place team finish, behind Stanford and BYU, and made her a favorite to come in first at the NCAA championships later this month.COLOR PHOTO: MICHAEL QUARTERMAN Brian Brown, Foothill, Calif. Water Polo Brown, a junior at UCLA, scored a career-high five points in leading the second-ranked Bruins past then fourth-ranked California. His points came on four goals, one of which was a two-pointer that proved to be the game-winner in an eventual 8-2 UCLA victory.