FUQUAY-VARINA,N.C. > Track and Field
Gordon, asophomore at Campbell, won the gold medal in the long and triple jumps, thesilver medal in the 200 meters and a bronze medal as a member of the 4√ó400relay team at the Atlantic Sun Indoor Track & Field Championships. He wasnamed the meet's Outstanding Male Field Athlete.
Sutherland, ajunior leftfielder at Humboldt State, had nine hits in 16 at bats, includingtwo home runs, and scored seven runs as she led the Lumberjacks to the HumboldtState Tournament title. She was named the event's most valuable player and theGreat Northwest Athletic Conference player of the week.
MADISON, WIS.> Swimming
Brown, a senior atGrinnell College, won the 50-, 100- and 200-yard freestyle races at the MidwestConference Swimming & Diving Championships and led the Pioneers to theirfifth straight conference team title. He ended his college career with sevenindividual MWC titles and was named its 2006 men's swimmer of the year.
ITASCA, ILL. >Gymnastics
Tricase, asophomore at Stanford, scored a perfect 10.000 on the bars and a 9.900 on thevault to help the Cardinal amass a season-best 196.875 points and beat Arizonain a Pac-10 dual meet. She is 6-0 this season and is tied for the No. 2 rankingin the nation on the bars.
BRONX, N.Y. >Basketball
McMillan, a seniorforward at SUNY Farmingdale, had 22 points and 13 rebounds in a 75-54 win overStevens that gave the Rams a second straight trip to the Skyline Conferencefinal; he then scored 19 points as they won their first conference title. Hehas been on the D3Hoops.com Team of the Week twice this season.
Arisse, a freshmancenter-forward at Archbishop Carroll High School, scored the game-winning goalin a 3-2 victory over defending champion Gulliver for the District 16-3A title.She led the Bulldogs with 24 goals and 14 assists for the season and was namedto the All-Dade County first team.
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