Ford, a senior guard at West Georgia, had 49 points in a 107-89 win over North Alabama, equaling the West Georgia record for scoring. He leads the 15-6 Braves in scoring, averaging 26.7 points, and was named Gulf South Conference Division East player of the week for the third time this season.
WAYLAND, MASS. > Ice Hockey
Quandt, a senior goaltender at Boston College, made 78 saves on 82 shots over four straight league wins, including a shutout against Vermont. She has helped the first-place Eagles to a 12-3-1 conference record and has twice been named Hockey East player of the week this season.
BRIDGEPORT, CONN. > Basketball
Beverly, a freshman forward at Hartford, had her fifth double double of the season, scoring 19 points and grabbing 12 rebounds in a 65-64 victory over Binghamton. She has helped the 17-2 Hawks put together a school-record-tying 11-game win streak, and she has been America East rookie of the week seven times this season.
BELLE PLAINE, IOWA > Wrestling
Hinschberger, a senior 141-pounder at Wartburg College, took the individual title and led the undefeated, top-ranked Knights to the team championship at the 2006 National Wrestling Coaches Association/Cliff Keen Division III National Duals. He was named Outstanding Wrestler at the meet.
CHAMPAIGN, ILL. > Swimming
Ramirez, a freshman at Saint Louis University, won the 50- and 100-yard freestyle events at the Lindenwood Invitational. She has set or been a part of five school swimming records for the Billikins, who are undefeated in 13 dual meets this season. She is also a four-time Atlantic 10 Conference rookie of the week.
TALLAHASSEE > Gymnastics
Reavis, a senior at Iowa, won the all-around title and finished first in the floor exercise, parallel and horizontal bars at a meet against Illinois-Chicago. He also took the all-around title at the Windy City Invitational and was Big Ten gymnast of the week. He is the first Hawkeye in 10 years named to the U.S. Senior National team.
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