BARRINGTON, ILL. > Soccer
Grodek, a senior midfielder at Indiana, scored five goals and had an assist in two matches at the Milwaukee Cup tournament as she led the Hoosiers to victory. She scored her first collegiate hat trick in the opener against Marquette and had two goals in the title match against Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
MUSKEGON, MICH. > Football
Collins, a freshman wide receiver at Grand Valley State, caught a school-record 13 passes for 217 yards and scored three touchdowns in a win over Gannon. He was named Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference offensive player of the week and leads the Lakers in touchdowns and receptions.
September 26, 2004
ENGLEWOOD, COLO. > Volleyball
Collymore, a junior outside hitter at Florida, had six straight double doubles (10 or more kills and digs); in one match she set a Gators record with 86 attempts, resulting in 28 kills. She was Southeastern Conference defensive player of the week and was named to the Diet Coke Classic all-tournament team.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. > Ultimate Frisbee
Neff, 18, was a tri-captain of the USA Juniors team that went undefeated through 12 games and won the open division at the World Ultimate & Guts Championships in Turku, Finland. In May he led Amherst (Mass.) Regional High to an undefeated season and the national championship.
MARIETTA, OHIO > Rope Skipping
Emily, a sophomore at Warren High, took first place in the freestyle and triples events and won the gold medal in the female Masters all-around at the rope-skipping world championships in Tallebudgera, Australia. She also holds two national age-group records.
SUMNER, WASH. > Soccer
Eylander, a junior goalkeeper at Washington, helped the Huskies get off to a 4--2 start on their season-opening road trip. He had three shutouts and allowed four goals in three other matches, made 27 saves and earned his first Pac-10 player of the week honors.
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