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Faces in the Crowd

June 07, 2004
June 07, 2004

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June 7, 2004

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Anjani Reddy, OGDON, UTAH
Tennis
Reddy, a senior at Swarthmore, was named the Centennial
Conference women's tennis player of the year for the fourth time,
an unprecedented accomplishment. She had a 50-0 record for the
Garnet and won three conference singles titles.

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Chad Poling, DELAWARE, OHIO
Golf
Poling, a senior at Ohio Wesleyan, won the NCAA Division III
Individual title, becoming the Battling Bishop's first national
champion in golf. It was his sixth straight tournament win, and
he set a Division III record for lowest score under par (-6).

Rachel Foster, WOODBRIDGE, CONN.
Softball
Rachel, a senior righthander at Amity Regional High, has thrown
17 shutouts and struck out 175 of the 407 batters she has faced.
The Lady Spartans, undefeated in 20 games so far this year, are
on a 50-game winning streak, and she has a 68-2 career record.

Terrence Hill, FORT PAYNE, ALA.
Basketball
Hill, a senior guard at Kennesaw State, was Peach Belt Conference
player of the year for the second time. He scored 26 points in an
84-59 win over Southern Indiana for the NCAA Division II title
and was named most outstanding player of the tournament.

Moriah Van Norman, SAN DIEGO
Water Polo
Van Norman, a sophomore two-meter at USC, the undefeated NCAA
national champions, won the Peter J. Cutino Award, given to the
nation's top male and female collegiate water polo players. She
scored 58 goals for the season.

Audacia Moore, WICHITA, KANS.
Track and Field
Audacia, an eighth-grader at Stucky Middle School, won the 100
meters in a time of 11.68 seconds and the 200 meters in 25.10
seconds at the City League Divisional meet. Both times are City
League records.

Ryan Boyle, HUNT VALLEY, MD.
Lacrosse
Boyle, a senior attack at Princeton, became the second player
ever to be named Ivy player of the year twice. He set a league
career record for assists with 88 and led Division I in total
assists (44) for the second straight year.

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