Drew Hunter | Purcellville, Va. | Track and Field
Drew, a sophomore at Loudoun Valley High, won the 3,000 meters at the 120th annual Penn Relays in Philadelphia by 1.32 seconds, in 8:16.31. It was the second-fastest finish in meet history for all ages and a national sophomore record. Last fall he won the Virginia Class 3A cross-country title by 18 seconds in 15:37.
Jordan Newman | Swartz Creek, Mich. | Soccer
Jordan, a senior forward at Lake Fenton High, in Linden, scored five goals in an 8--1 win over Perry High to break the state career record (168). She surpassed the mark with her third goal of the match and at week's end had lifted her total to 174. A two-time all-state selection, Jordan will play at Charleston Southern.
Eric Davidson | Fishers, Ind. | Basketball
Eric, a 6'1" senior guard at Hamilton Southeastern High, won the American Family Insurance High School Three-Point Championship in Duncanville, Texas, edging Kentucky's Mr. Basketball, Quentin Snider, 21--20. Eric, who had no Division I offers, won an online vote to earn the last spot in the contest. He will play at D-II University of Indianapolis.
Jackie Sileo | Wantagh, N.Y. | Lacrosse
Sileo, a senior attacker at Division II Long Island University Post, broke the record for career points across all NCAA divisions with four goals and four assists in a 14--9 victory over Dowling, giving her 505. (At week's end, she had 558.) Of the 27 players nominated for the 2014 Tewaaraton Award, the sport's highest honor, she is the only one from D-II.
Dionne Anderson | Mission Viejo, Calif. | Softball
Anderson, a senior outfielder at UC Riverside, stole two bases in the first inning of a 9--3 loss to Cal State--Northridge to set the Big West Conference's single-season steals record, with 41. Hitting .389 with a .508 on-base percentage, she had extended her mark through Sunday to 47 steals (in 51 attempts), tied for second in Division I.
Adam Svensson | Surrey, B.C. | Golf
Svensson, a sophomore at Division II Barry University in Miami Shores, Fla., shot a seven-under 209 to win the Sunshine State Conference championship by two strokes—his school-record seventh victory this season—and lead the Buccaneers to the title. Top ranked by Golfstat across all divisions, he had a 69.64 stroke average at week's end.
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