Faces in the Crowd

July 27, 2003

Daniel Lincoln, FAYETTEVILLE, ARK.
Track and Field

Lincoln, a recent graduate of the University of Arkansas, became
the first athlete in the history of the NCAA Outdoor Track and
Field Championships to win both the 10,000-meter run and the
3,000-meter steeplechase.

Joy Haviland, LA JOLLA, CALIF.
Water Polo

Haviland, a recent graduate of Pomona-Pitzer Colleges and a
four-time All-America, scored four of the Sagehens' eight goals
in their NCAA Division III championship-game victory over the
University of Redlands. She was named division player of the
year.

Ryan Dvorak, HOOVER, ALA.
Open-Water Swimming

Ryan, a senior at Hoover High who was competing in his first
open-water contest, won the national 25K open-water swimming
championship. He finished 21st in the 25K at the World Aquatics
Championships in Barcelona last Saturday.

Charlotte Campbell, HEATHROW, FLA.
Golf

Campbell, a sophomore at Rollins College, scored a Division
II-record 299 over four rounds to win the NCAA Division II
women's golf individual title and help the Lady Tars take the
team title. She was named the NCAA Division II player of the
year.

Skip Ivery, COLUMBUS, OHIO
Track and Field

Ivery, a senior at Wittenberg University, won the school's first
individual NCAA championship in 39 years when he placed first in
the 110-meter hurdles at the Division III Outdoor Track and Field
Championships.

Kassie Humphreys, GLENDALE, ARIZ.
Softball

Humphreys led the Cactus High Cobras to the Class 4A state
championship, striking out 68 in 34 2/3 innings in the four-game
tournament. She was Arizona's Big School Player of the Year, and
will attend the University of Kansas.

Shameka Speed, BRIDGETON, N.J.
Track and Field

Speed won the 100, 200 and 400 meters and the long jump at New
Jersey's Group II championships. The victories gave the Bridgeton
High senior a total of 21 indoor and outdoor state championships.
She will attend Murray (Ky.) State University.

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COLOR PHOTO: COURTESY UNIV. OF ARKANSAS TWO COLOR PHOTOS: JIM LUZZI COLOR PHOTO: COURTESY OF JOAN RIEBESELL COLOR PHOTO: PHELAN M. EBENHACK COLOR PHOTO: JAY LAPRETE COLOR PHOTO: JASON WISE

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