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Faces in the Crowd

Oct. 31, 2005
Oct. 31, 2005

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Oct. 31, 2005

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Faces in the Crowd

Jamar Brittingham

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LEVITTOWN, PA. > Football

Brittingham, a tailback at Bloomsburg, rushed for 191 yards and four touchdowns and led the Huskies to a 48-14 win over Cheyney, their eighth straight victory against no defeats this season. He tops the NCAA's Division II in rushing, with 184.5 yards per game, and is second in scoring with 23 touchdowns.

Laura Hislop

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND > Soccer

Hislop, a senior forward at Franklin Pierce, played a part in all five Ravens goals in the team's 2-0 week and became the second player in school history to score 200 career points. She was named Northeast-10 player of the week for the third time and leads the conference with 20 goals and 48 points this season.

Miranda McOsker

TORRANCE, CALIF. > Football

Miranda, a sophomore who is the starting junior varsity and third-string varsity quarterback for Bishop Montgomery High, entered the varsity game after the backup quarterback broke his leg. She completed 4 of 5 passes for 181 yards, including three touchdowns, to help the Knights to a 55-14 win over Ribet Academy.

Steve Ziegler

BROOMFIELD, COLO. > Golf

Steve, a junior at Legacy High, won Colorado's 5A high school boys' individual championship by seven strokes over Tyler Parsloe, with a two-round total of 140 at the Green Valley Ranch Golf Club. He won seven of 10 tournaments this season and was the Rocky Mountain News all-Colorado golfer of the year.

Emily Richards

SILVER SPRING, MD. > Field Hockey

Richards, a sophomore goalie at St. Mary's College of Maryland, broke one school record with four shutouts and tied another by getting her 10th win of the season for the Seahawks. In September she had 20 saves in her first collegiate start, a 3-1 loss to two-time defending national champion Salisbury.

Willy Guadarrama

CEDAR PARK, TEXAS > Soccer

Guadarrama, a sophomore forward at Campbell, scored twice in a 3-1 win over Lipscomb to help the Fighting Camels clinch a place in the Atlantic Sun Conference championship tournament. He was named to Soccer America's team of the week after a five-goal game and leads NCAA Division I with 17 goals and 37 points.

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