FREEDOM, WIS.> Wrestling
Konrad, a seniorheavyweight at Minnesota, was named Big Ten wrestler of the week for the thirdtime this season after pinning top-ranked Steve Mocco of Oklahoma State at theNational Duals, at which he was also named most outstanding wrestler. He haswon 57 of his last 58 matches and this year is 28-0.
CHESAPEAKE, VA.> Basketball
Hollingsworth, aredshirt freshman at Virginia Commonwealth, scored 21 points and had 13rebounds in a 72-61 win over Towson, her eighth double double of the season.The 17-year-old is the youngest player in Division I and leads the Rams inscoring (14.7 points per game), rebounds (10.5) and free throws (4.1).
SAN DIEGO >Sailing
Campbell, asenior at Georgetown, was named U.S. Olympic Committee male sailing athlete ofthe year. He won the 2005-06 ICSA/Vanguard Singlehanded National AmericanChampionships, becoming the event's first three-time winner. He led the Hoyasto an Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association No. 1 ranking for the season.
ST. CHARLES, MO.> Gymnastics
Parsons, asophomore at Nebraska, won four of five individual titles and scored acareer-high 39.625 points in the individual all-around in a meet againstMichigan that ended in a tie. She was Big 12 gymnast of the week for the secondconsecutive week and is ranked fourth in the nation in the all-around.
SOUTH HUNTINGTON,N.Y. > Track and Field
Walter, a juniorat St. Anthony's High, set a national junior-class record in the weight throwwith a toss of 81 feet at the Dartmouth Relays, breaking the record of 76' 13/4" he had set nine days earlier at the Brown Invitational. He was namedUSA Track & Field athlete of the week.
√éLE BIZARD, QUE.> Hockey
Bourdon, a juniorgoalie at New Hampshire, stopped 15 shots, helping the No. 2--ranked Wildcatsto a 3-0 victory over Connecticut and earning her sixth shutout of the seasonand the 17th of her career. She is tied for second in Division I with an .875goalie winning percentage.
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