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Go Figure

March 29, 2004
March 29, 2004

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March 29, 2004

Go Figure

Edited by Mark Bechtel and Sridhar Pappu

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Consecutive Rhode Island hockey titles won by Mount St. Charles
Academy--the longest high school state championship streak in the
nation--before it lost to Toll Gate last week.

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College individual race lost by Cal senior swimmer Natalie
Coughlin, who finished third last Saturday in her final race, the
200-meter backstroke at the NCAA championships; Coughlin won 11
career titles, one short of the NCAA record.

303
Percentage increase in the Cavaliers' local and national
television ratings over last season.

1,369
Points for Luc Robitaille of the Kings after he had a goal and an
assist last Saturday, tying Johnny Bucyk for most career points
by a left wing.

6
Coaches in NBA history who have won at least 50 games in each of
their first three seasons, after Indiana's Rick Carlisle won his
50th on March 17 to join Rick Adelman, Phil Jackson, Gregg
Popovich, Pat Riley and Paul Westphal.

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Years Harvard went without having an NCAA wrestling champ
before Jesse Jantzen won the 149-pound title last Saturday.