This is an article from the March 7, 2011 issue
PROVIDENCE > Basketball
Thomas, a junior guard at Johnson & Wales who through Sunday led all NCAA divisions in scoring with 30.4 points per game, had a game high 33 points and was named MVP in defeating St. Joseph's of Maine 76--66 for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference title. Earlier this year, he became the Wildcats' alltime scoring leader and was named conference player of the year.
MUNROE FALLS, OHIO > Indoor Track and Field
Bulgrin, a senior at the University of Dayton, won the 5,000 meters (16:52.44) and 3,000 meters (9:42.87, a conference record) and anchored the winning distance medley relay team at the Atlantic 10 championships to earn most outstanding track performer honors and lead the Flyers women to their second straight A-10 title, edging Charlotte 161--159.
CHATTANOOGA > Wrestling
T.J., a senior at the McCallie School, won the state Division II championship at 160 pounds with a 15--6 major decision over the Baylor School's Spencer Craig. T.J. is the first wrestler in Tennessee history to win five state titles and the ninth five-time state wrestling champion in the nation. Next year he will wrestle on a scholarship at the University of Maryland.
PHOENIX > Basketball
Murphy, a senior guard at Grand Canyon University, surpassed the 2,000-point mark with 20 points in a 77--48 win over Hawaii at Hilo. Through Sunday she led Division II in scoring with 25.4 points per game. Murphy holds the school career scoring record, and in November she set a record for points in a game with 49 in a 120--118 win over UC San Diego.
BEMIDJI, MINN. > Curling
Fenson, a 43-year-old skip for the Bemidji Curling Club, made an extra end steal against former teammate Tyler George at the nationals in Fargo, N.D., to finish the competition with an 11--0 record and clinch his seventh national title and record-tying fifth as skip. Fenson helped the U.S. win bronze in 2006, its first and only Olympic curling medal.
SILVER SPRING, MD. > Swimming
Glasser, a Washington College senior, won three individual and two relay gold medals to be named outstanding performer at the Centennial Conference championships for the third straight year. A five-time All-America, she set five pool records and automatically qualified for NCAAs in two events, making her the school's first swimmer to appear there for four straight years.
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