STARKE, FLA. > Basketball
Thompson, a senior forward at Southern Indiana, led the Screaming Eagles to the Disney Division II Tip-Off Classic championship, opening with a career-high 35-point game and averaging 22.7 points and 12.3 rebounds. He shot 75% from the field and was named the tournament's most outstanding player.
December 5, 2005
HARWICH, MASS. > Field Hockey
DaLuze, a senior midfielder at UMass Lowell, scored the game-winning goal in double overtime to give the River Hawks a 2-1 victory over Bloomsburg and their first NCAA Division II field hockey national championship. She was named Northeast-10 Conference co--player of the year.
CINCINNATI > Football
Duesing, a senior wide receiver at Washington University in St. Louis, ended the season with 1,136 receiving yards, becoming the second player in NCAA history to have four consecutive 1,000-yard-receiving seasons. He was named the University Athletic Association offensive player of the year for the second straight season.
GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS > Soccer
DeWolfe, a senior forward at Texas A&M--Commerce, was named Lone Star Conference offensive player of the year for the second time. This season she led the Lions with 11 goals and the conference with 37 points. She also topped the LSC in shots (82), assists (15) and game-winning goals (six).
SALEM, N.H. > Volleyball
Andrew, a senior outside hitter at Salem High, was named state player of the year after leading the Blue Devils to their second consecutive Class L boys volleyball championship. He was co-player of the year last season. The team is undefeated in the past two seasons, with a 37-match winning streak.
Ashley and Tim McKenney
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. > Golf
Ashley and Tim, a sophomore and a senior, respectively, at Desert Mountain High, became the state's first brother and sister to win individual championships in the same year and the same sport when they were the Arizona 5A-II medalists.
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