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Faces in the Crowd

Jan. 26, 2009
Jan. 26, 2009

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Jan. 26, 2009

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Faces in the Crowd

Matt Gilroy
NORTH BELLMORE, N.Y. > Ice Hockey
Gilroy, a senior defenseman at Boston University, was named the Wells Fargo Denver Cup MVP after the Terriers took the tournament title with a 4--1 victory over Denver. Gilroy, who started his college career as a walk-on, is a two-time All-America and a co-captain of the nation's No. 2--ranked team.

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Bailey Webster
BALTIMORE > Volleyball
Bailey, a senior at St. Paul's School for Girls, was named the Gatorade Maryland volleyball player of the year after an 18--2 season in which she led the state in kills (487), kills per game (7.2) and hitting percentage (.534). She is PrepVolleyball.com's top-rated recruit and will attend Texas.

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Joey Levine CONCORD, CALIF. > Football
Joey, a senior quarterback and linebacker at Clayton Valley High, was selected All--East Bay defensive player of the year after his team went 10--0 and outscored opponents by 21.8 points per game in the regular season. A varsity pitcher as well, he has a 91-mph fastball.

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Katie Cezat
PLYMOUTH, MICH. > Basketball
Cezat, a 6-foot senior at Hillsdale, had 36 points, 20 rebounds and a conference-record 13 blocks in a 76--61 win over Ferris State and was named WBCA Division II player of the month for December. Cezat's 27.7 scoring average has helped lift the No. 4 Chargers to their highest-ever ranking.

Raymond Dunning
NASHVILLE > Wrestling
Dunning, a senior at Adams State, is the NCAA's No. 1--ranked wrestler in the Division II 141-pound class. Earlier this month he won his second Midwest Classic championship, going 4--0 with two pins. His record this season was 17--7 at week's end, but all of his losses were against Division I opponents.

Logan Todhunter
ITHACA, N.Y. > Swimming
Todhunter, a freshman at Williams, has broken school records for the 100- and 200-yard butterfly twice each this season. She did it in the Division III Ephs' double dual meet wins over Division I Boston College and Fordham. Then she lowered those marks to 55.83 and 2:01.94, respectively, in a defeat of Amherst.

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