GRAND RAPIDS > Water Polo
McCahill, a recent graduate of East Grand Rapids High, scored nine goals in three games at the state tournament to lead the girls' team to its first Michigan championship. She was named the state MVP and will attend Marist College on a water polo scholarship this fall.
July 3, 2005
NAROK, KENYA > Track and Field
Naimadu, a junior at Abilene Christian, won the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the 5,000-meter run, helping the Wildcats extend their streak of NCAA Division II men's indoor and outdoor championships to eight. His victories give him a total of four NCAA titles for the school year.
WARRENTON, VA. > Track and Field
Bowman, a graduate of Fauquier High, won the girls' mile run in meet-record time (4:36.95) at the Nike Outdoor Nationals. At a meet earlier in June, she won her fourth straight state Group AA 1,600-meter title, her third straight 800-meter title and the 3,200 meters.
VENTURA, CALIF. > Diving
Dumais, a graduate of Buena High, was named National Public High Schools Diver of the Year by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association for the second time. He is the brother of Olympians Justin and Troy Dumais and will attend Stanford on a diving scholarship.
GOLDEN VALLEY, MINN. > Softball
Wong, a graduate of the University of St. Thomas, helped the Tommies win back-to-back NCAA Division III titles. The second baseman ended her college career with a .410 batting average (239 hits in 582 at bats). She is the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference career hits leader.
AMHERST, MASS. > Ultimate Frisbee
Ziperstein, a graduate of Brown, led the Brownian Motion to the collegiate national title and won the Callahan award, given to the top college player. At 21 he is the youngest member of Team USA and will compete at the Ultimate Frisbee World Games in Duisburg, Germany, from July 22 to 24.
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