SAN DIEGO > Water Polo
Moore, a senior at Pomona-Pitzer, scored two goals, including the game-winner with less than five seconds remaining, to give the Sagehens the Division III national collegiate women's championship. She was named first team all-tournament and tournament MVP.
June 26, 2005
PORTLAND, MAINE > Track and Field
Sintayehu, a freshman at Portland High, won the 1,600-meter run with a state-record time of 4:09.69 at the Maine Class A championships. He also won the 3,200 meters and was a member of the winning 4√ó800 relay team as the Bulldogs won their first state title in 26 years.
PALM HARBOR, FLA. > Softball
Dani, a senior righthander at Palm Harbor University High, is the 2005 Gatorade National Softball Player of the Year. She led the 31--0 Hurricanes to their second consecutive Class 5A title with a record of 25--0, including seven perfect games and 23 shutouts. Her ERA was 0.08.
SIX NATIONS RESERVE, ONT. > Lacrosse
Vyse, a senior attacker at Limestone, scored 71 goals, breaking a 34-year-old Division II single-season record. He scored in his last 31 games (including 25 straight with multiple goals) and led the Saints (who lost to New York Institute of Technology in the NCAA final) to a 15--2 season.
ZEELAND, MICH. > Golf
Sneller, a senior at Grand Valley State, shot a four-round score of 292 to win the NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championship. She was named the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Conference Women's Golf Athlete of the Year for the second straight season.
CALHOUN, GA. > Baseball
Josh, a sophomore southpaw at Calhoun High, led his school to a 34--1 record and the state Class AA championship. He ended the season with a 12--0 record, 137 strikeouts in 751/3 innings, one save and a 0.09 ERA. He also hit two home runs for the Yellow Jackets.
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