This is an article from the April 5, 2010 issue
NORRISTOWN, PA. > Swimming
Borkowski, a senior at West Chester, won three freestyle finals—the 50-yard (22.87), the 100 (49.77) and the 200 (1:49.31)—at the NCAA Division II championship meet. She also swam the first leg of the 4 √ó 100 free relay that finished second. An All-America in 22 events over four years, Borkowski was named swimmer of the meet.
WINTER HAVEN, FLA. > Track and Field
Scott, a junior at Saint Augustine's, won the 200 meters (20.91) and the 400 (46.05), and anchored the winning 4 √ó 400 relay team at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships for the second consecutive year. He set meet records in both individual events and was later named the D-II track athlete of the year.
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PHOENIX > Softball
Dallas, a senior at Saint Mary's Catholic High, led the Knights to a 6--0 record at the MaxPreps Tournament of Champions, throwing a 12-inning perfect game with 21 strikeouts in a 4--0 championship win. Dallas, who has signed to play for Arizona State, was 10--0 with 172 strikeouts through Sunday.
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MARION, IOWA > Wrestling
McDonough, a freshman at Iowa, won the 125-pound title at the NCAA Division I championship meet with a 3--1 decision over Iowa State's Andrew Long, helping the Hawkeyes win a third straight D-I team title. The Big Ten freshman of the year, McDonough led Iowa in major decisions (15), collegiate wins (37) and dual wins (23).
PARKERSBURG, W.VA. > Jump Rope
Tori, a junior at Parkersburg High, won two speed events—the three-minute (477 jumps) and the 30-second (96 jumps)—plus the freestyle to take the overall title in the 15-and-over division at the national team trials. In July the U.S. will compete in the biennial world championships, in England; Tori is the two-time defending masters champion.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. > Basketball
Brumfield, a senior forward at Oklahoma Baptist, hit the game-winning shot with 3.3 seconds left in OT for an 81--79 semifinal win over Robert Morris in the NAIA Division I tournament. In the title game he assisted on the three-pointer that beat Azusa Pacific, 84--83. Brumfield was MVP of the tournament and the NAIA D-I player of the year.
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