WINDHAM, N.H.> Softball
Mollica, afreshman third baseman at Massachusetts (and Don Zimmer's granddaughter), isthe first player in the Atlantic 10 Conference to be player and rookie of theyear in the same season. Batting .394, she has set conference and Minutewomenrecords with 61 RBIs and leads the league in total bases (126).
LAS VEGAS >Boxing
Murrell, asophomore with the boxing club at Nevada--Las Vegas, won a gold medal in the156-pound weight class at the National Collegiate Boxing Championships in Reno.It was his second consecutive title, and his victory helped UNLV take thenational championship.
SAINT CATHERINE,JAMAICA > Track and Field
Stewart, a juniorat Auburn, won the 100 meters at the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Track andField Championships in 11.03 seconds, the second-fastest time in the world by awoman in 2006. She also placed second in the 200 meters, was a member of thewinning 4√ó400-meter relay and ran the anchor on the 4√ó100-meter relay.
MOUNT HOLLY, N.C.> Baseball
Harris, arighthanded pitcher at the United States Naval Academy, threw the fifthno-hitter in the school's history and finished the season with 10 victories,tying a Patriot League single-season record. He led the league in strikeouts(113 in 82 2/3 innings) and ERA (1.74).
HAYMARKET, VA.> Tennis
Cece, a freshmanat Battlefield High, led the Bobcats to an undefeated regular season, the CedarRun District Championship and the Northwestern Regional title. She won theregional individual tournament (she was 18-0 in singles play this year) and,with teammate Ann-Marie White, won the district doubles title.
ATTICA, N.Y.> Golf
Goodridge, asophomore at Rochester, received the Arnold Palmer Award for winning the NCAADivision III individual national championship; he won by two strokes, shootinga 289 at the Firethorn Golf Club in Lincoln, Neb. He also won the Jack NicklausAward, given to the outstanding player in Division III.
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