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Faces in the Crowd

May 19, 2008
May 19, 2008

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May 19, 2008

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Faces in the Crowd

Katie Rowan
DELMAR, N.Y. > LACROSSE
Rowan, a junior attack at Syracuse, has scored 123 points (66 goals, 57assists) this season, which leads Division I by 30. A unanimous first-teamAll--Big East pick, she was the league tournament's most outstanding playerwith a championship-record 13 points in two games.

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Ty Wright
MONTROSE, GA. > Baseball
Wright, a junior designated hitter at Georgia Southern, hit for the cycle inconsecutive innings. He singled in the first, homered in the second, tripled inthe third and doubled in the fourth, finishing the game 5 for 5 with five RBIs,three runs scored (and a hit by pitch) in the Eagles' 19--12 victory overWofford.

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J.T. Barnett
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. > Hockey
J.T., a freshman left wing at Notre Dame Preparatory, scored two goals,including the overtime game-winner, to lead the Saints to the Arizona HighSchool Hockey Association title. He had 31 goals and 12 assists and has beendrafted by the Western Hockey League.

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Mallory Aldred
WHITBY, ONT. > Softball
Aldred, a junior righthander at Canisius, has a Division I single-season record15 saves. She is 8--4 with a 1.42 ERA and twice has been named Metro AtlanticAthletic Conference pitcher of the week. She also threw a complete-game shutoutin a 7--0 win over Siena.

JessicaWorsley
BRICK, N.J. > Bowling
Worsley, a senior at Maryland--Eastern Shore, made two improbablespares—"the big four" (a 4--7, 6--10 split) and a 2--10 split—to helpthe Hawks win their first NCAA national championship in any sport; she wasnamed the tournament's most outstanding bowler. Her regular-season average was181.23.

Daniel Perdew
LA VERNE, CALIF. > Swimming
Perdew, a sophomore at UC San Diego, won Division II championships in the 50-and 100-yard freestyles in 20.07 and 44.23 seconds, respectively; both timeswere school records and met qualifying standards for the U.S. Olympic Trials.He was named male swimmer of the meet.

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