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Faces in the Crowd

March 13, 2006
March 13, 2006

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March 13, 2006

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Faces in the Crowd

Kyle Jones
NORTH DELTA, B.C. > Hockey
Jones, a sophomore goalie at St. Nortbert College, was named the NorthernCollegiate Hockey Association's player of the year for 2005-06. He finished theseason with seven shutouts and had 22 saves in a 5-1 victory over LakeForest--his 19th win of the season--which gave the Green Knights their fifthNCHA championship.

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JenniferHarris
MORRISTOWN, N.J. > Basketball
Harris, a senior guard at Washburn, led the top-ranked NCAA Division II LadyBlues to a 30-0 season and the Mid-America Intercollegiate AthleticsAssociation conference championship. She led the team in scoring with 23.5 ppgand scored at least 30 points nine times this season.

NickScandone
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CALIF. > Sailing
Scandone, who was diagnosed with ALS in 2002, was named US Sailing's 2005 RolexYachtsman of the Year. He beat seven former world champions to win the 2.4Metre World Championship in Italy and successfully defended his U.S.Independence Cup/North American Cup title. Scandone, 39, hopes to compete inthe 2008 Paralympic Games.

Becky Weima
GRAND RAPIDS > Swimming
Weima, a junior at Calvin College, led the women's swimming and diving team toits second consecutive Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association title. Shetook first place in the 100-yard, 200-yard and 500-yard freestyle events and200-yard freestyle relay and was named the MIAA's most valuable swimmer for thethird straight year.

BrandonAdair
VIRGINIA BEACH > Basketball
Adair, a junior forward at Virginia Wesleyan, was named the Old DominionAthletic Conference men's player of the year. He scored a season-high 31 pointsin the Marlins' 81-78 win over Randolph-Macon for their second straight ODACtitle. Adair was named the tournament MVP for a second consecutive year.

LevernSpencer
CASTRIES, ST. LUCIA > Track and Field
Spencer, a jumper at Georgia, became the first freshman to win a SoutheasternConference indoor title, and she did it with aconference-indoor-championships-record high jump of 6'2", which was alsoher personal best. Her victory in that event helped the Bulldogs take theirfirst SEC indoor team title.

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