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Faces in the Crowd

Nov. 21, 2005
Nov. 21, 2005

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Nov. 21, 2005

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Faces in the Crowd

Emma Lavy
FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. > Golf

This is an article from the Nov. 21, 2005 issue Original Layout

Emma, a freshman at Fayetteville High, won the Arkansas Women's Golf Association High School Overall Championship at the Harbor Oaks Golf Club on Oct. 11. Two weeks earlier at the Fayetteville Country Club she shot a three-under-par 68 to win the individual title and lead the Lady Bulldogs to the Arkansas AAAAA girls' championship.

Josh Brehm
ITHACA, MICH. > Football

Brehm, a junior quarterback at Alma College, set school career records in passing yards (7,258), completions (614) and total offense (8,163). This season he has thrown for 3,179 yards with 21 touchdowns and had five straight 300-plus-yards passing games for the 6-4 Scots. He is third in Division III in individual total offense (3,360).

Angela Homan
SPENCERVILLE, OHIO > Cross-country

Homan, a senior at Auburn, became the second female athlete to win the Southeastern Conference Championships individual title three times when she won the 6K race in a career-best time of 19:40. It was her 10th career victory. She was named Athlete of the Week by USA Track & Field and College Sports Television.

Wayne Johnson
CANYON COUNTRY, CALIF. > Soccer

Johnson, a junior goalkeeper at Kansas Wesleyan, was named Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year. He led the Coyotes to the 2005 KCAC regular-season and tournament championships with a conference-leading eight shutouts. His goals-against average of 0.91 is the 11th-best in the NAIA.

Shellane Ogoshi
HONOLULU > Volleyball

Ogoshi, a sophomore setter at Hofstra, had 61 assists and 25 digs against William & Mary and followed that effort with 60 assists and 19 digs against Virginia Commonwealth to give the Pride a pair of conference road wins. She was named the Colonial Athletic Association's player of the week for the third time this season.

Josphat Boit
ELDORET, KENYA > Cross-country

Boit, a senior at Arkansas, led the 7,900-meter race the entire way to win his second straight individual title at the 2005 Southeastern Conference Cross-country Championships. He helped the Razorbacks earn a trip to the national championships and extend their winning streak to 32 conference cross-country titles.

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