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Faces in the Crowd

May 30, 2005
May 30, 2005

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May 30, 2005

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Megan Bradley

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COLUMBIA, MO. > Tennis

Bradley, a senior at Miami and the nation's No. 1-ranked player, had a 39-match winning streak and a 44-1 record for the Hurricanes this year. She was named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association national player of the year and the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year.

Brian Bogusevic

OAK LAWN, ILL. > Baseball

Bogusevic, a junior lefthander at Tulane, struck out nine batters in eight innings to beat Saint Louis 6-0 and led the Green Wave to the Conference USA regular-season title. He has 11 wins and leads the team with a 2.55 ERA. He was also batting .340 through Sunday.

Chaunte Howard

RIVERSIDE, CALIF. > Track and Field

Howard, a junior at Georgia Tech, cleared 6'4 3/4"-the top high jump in the world this year--for the second time in the last two months. She won her sixth Atlantic Coast Conference title and 26th straight collegiate competition and is the outdoor ACC female track and field MVP.

Louise Stahle

LUND, SWEDEN > Golf

Stahle, a freshman at Arizona State and the nation's top-ranked player, came from four strokes behind in the final round to shoot a nine-under-par 207 and win the individual title at the Pac-10 women's championship. She is the conference newcomer and player of the year.

Matt Bricker

WINTER PARK, FLA. > Diving

Bricker, a senior at Auburn, scored five 10s on his fourth-round dive, a reverse 2 1/2 somersault tuck, to win the platform title at the U.S. Open diving championships in Midland, Texas. He also won the platform competition at the NCAA Division I tournament.

Colin Clark

DURHAM, N.C. > Golf

Clark, a sophomore at Guilford, beat teammate Dave Patterson in a one-hole playoff to win the individual medalist title and lead the Quakers to the team championship at the NCAA Division III tournament. He is the school's first NCAA individual national champion.

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