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Faces in the Crowd

July 12, 2004
July 12, 2004

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Faces in the Crowd

Katherine Hock, MINEOLA, N.Y.
Lacrosse
Hock, a senior attack at Adelphi, scored six second-half goals,
including the game-winner, to give the Panthers the NCAA Division
II championship, their first national women's title. She is the
school's alltime career leader in goals (151) and points (185).

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Matt Seeberger, REDWOOD, CALIF.
Tennis
Seeberger, a sophomore at UC Santa Cruz, won the NCAA Division
III men's tennis singles title. He ended the season with a
25-match winning streak and a 33-3 record. Seeberger is the
National Intercollegiate Tennis Association rookie of the year.

Sierra Hill, PALMETTO, GA.
Track and Field
Hill, a recent graduate of Landmark Christian School, won 16
Georgia high school titles during her career. She holds state
individual records in the 100-and 300-meter hurdles and is the
only woman to win the high-points award for four years at the
state meet.

Stuart Sutherland, WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
Baseball
Sutherland, a junior righthander at Dallas Baptist, pitched a
perfect game in the National Christian Conference Athletic
Association World Series final, giving the Patriots a second
straight NCCAA title. He was a Louisville Slugger national player
of the week.

Adrienn Hegedus, ZRINYI UTCA, HUNGARY
Tennis
Hegedus, a senior at BYU-Hawaii, led the Seasiders to a 35-0
record and their third consecutive NCAA Division II national
title. She ended the season with a 22-0 singles record and was
named Pacific West Conference player of the year for the third
time.

Weston Dressler, BISMARCK, N.DAK.
Track and Field
Dressler, a graduate of Bismarck High, was named the North Dakota
track athlete of the year after winning the 100, 200 and 400
meters at the state Class A meet. A standout at running back, he
was also the state Gatorade football athlete of the year.

Lillie West, DAVENPORT, OKLA.
Golf
West, a graduate of Davenport High, won the Oklahoma Class 2A
individual girls' golf championship in Hinton. After the
tournament she flew to Oklahoma City, where as a shortstop she
helped the Bulldogs win their fifth consecutive softball title.

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