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Faces in the Crowd

May 21, 2007
May 21, 2007

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May 21, 2007

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Faces in the Crowd

Aaron Sunday
PETOSKEY, MICH. > Tennis
Sunday, a senior at St. Norbert's College, became the first player in Midwest Conference history to win four straight singles titles in the No. 1 flight. He finished with a career singles record of 102--9 and this season teamed with Andrew Winters to win his first conference doubles title.

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Abby Vestal
LAWRENCE, KANS. > Football, Soccer
Abby is a senior striker on Lawrence High's soccer team and the kicker for the Kansas Koyotes of the (otherwise all male) American Professional Football League. As a Lion she has scored eight goals and has had six assists in 15 games. For the Koyotes, she has converted 6 of 9 extra points through 10-foot-wide goal posts.

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Tyron Stewart
CEDAR HILL, TEXAS > Track and Field
Tyron, a senior at Cedar Hill High, broke the Texas record in the triple jump with a leap of 51'8 1/2" at the Region 1-5A meet. It is the second-longest jump in the nation this year. The Texas A&M signee also won the triple jump at the state championship.

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Jared White
WYANDOTTE, OKLA. > Baseball
Jared, a senior pitcher and catcher at Wyandotte High, broke Oklahoma's career strikeouts record with 627 in 335 2/3 innings. He was 12--2 with 169 strikeouts, 11 walks and a 0.53 ERA this season. The three-time Lucky 7 Conference MVP also batted .506 with 21 home runs in four years with the Bears.

Kimberly Hillier
FARMINGDALE, N.Y. > Lacrosse
Hillier, a senior attacker at Hofstra, is the first Pride player to be named to the All--Colonial Athletic Association first team four times. She has 29 goals and 21 assists this season, tying for the team lead with 50 points. She ranks second in school history in career points (213) and third in goals (133).

Michelle Sikes
LAKEWOOD, OHIO > Track and Field
Sikes, a senior at Wake Forest, won the 5,000 meters (16:17.12) and broke an Atlantic Coast Conference record in the 10,000 (32:58.20) at the ACC outdoor championship meet. A three-time All-America and a Rhodes scholar, Sikes was named the meet's most valuable performer.

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