Faces in the Crowd

April 25, 2010

Jonathan Hall

CARROLLTON, GA. > Air Rifle

Hall, a junior at Columbus (Ga.) State, took first place in the air-rifle competition at the NCAA rifle championships with a cumulative score of 699.9. Two weeks earlier, at the Spring Airgun Championships, Hall qualified to represent the U.S. at the world championships in Munich in August; at 22, he is the air-rifle team's youngest member.

Rachel Naurath

RICHMOND > Swimming

Rachel, a senior at Collegiate School, won six individual events at the National Club Swimming Association Junior Nationals to help her NOVA of Virginia team to its third straight women's title. She won the 100-, 200-, 500-, 1,000- and 1,650-yard freestyle and the 200 butterfly, earning the meet's high-point award. Rachel has signed with Virginia.

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Kasen Covington

BOISE, IDAHO > Track and Field

Kasen, a senior at Capital High, broke a meet record in winning the triple jump with the high school season's best non-wind-aided mark (52'2") at the Reed Sparks Rotary Invitational in Sparks, Nev. The 2008 and '09 Idaho Class 5A champion, Kasen was named to the 5A all-state football team as a defensive back last fall.

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Erica Perez

CARTERET, N.J. > Bowling

Perez, a senior at Fairleigh Dickinson, knocked over the final three pins at the NCAA title match, helping the Knights to a 4--3 win over Nebraska. She was an all-tournament selection after averaging 202.0 during the seven-game qualifying round. The Northeast Conference Bowler of the Year, Perez had the highest average (207.8) in NEC play.

Ben Puterbaugh

CANTON, OHIO > Baseball

Puterbaugh, a junior infielder at Oberlin, broke the school single-season hit record, with 44 in just 20 games. This season he put together a 19-game hitting streak and has helped the Yeomen tie the school mark for wins (17) with six games left in the regular season. Through Sunday, Puterbaugh was batting .509, second in Division III.

Kori Carter

CLAREMONT, CALIF. > Track and Field

Kori, a senior at Claremont High, won the 100-meter hurdles (13.55) and the 300 (42.52) at the Arcadia Invitational, running the top 100 time of the high school season. The 100 silver medalist at the World Youth Championships in 2009, she was also the 60-meter hurdles champion at the Nike indoor nationals in March. Kori has signed with Stanford.

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