McGuire, a senior midfielder at Richmond, tied a tournament record by scoring six goals in a 13-11 victory over Temple that gave the Spiders their second consecutive A-10 championship. She was named the tournament's outstanding performer and leads the team with 57 goals for the season.
COLORADO SPRINGS > Wrestling
Henry, a senior at Coronado High, defeated Matt Azevedo, 28, an assistant wrestling coach at Cal Poly, to win the 121-pound freestyle title at the U.S. national wrestling championships. He is believed to be the first high school student to win a national title since USA Wrestling became the national governing body in 1983.
KELLER, TEXAS > Fast-pitch Softball
Kirsten, a senior righthander at Keller High, has led the 2005 state champions to a 29-2 record and the Region 1 quarterfinals. She is 27-1, with 365 strikeouts in 181 innings and an 0.19 ERA, and has pitched three perfect games. Also the Indians' leading hitter, she has a .554 batting average, 25 RBIs and 41 stolen bases.
PLYMOUTH, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO > Track and Field
Baptiste, a senior at LSU, won the 100-meter dash with a time of 11.10 seconds at the Penn Relays. She also ran legs on the Lady Tigers' first-place 4X200-meter and second-place 4¥100-meter relay teams. She was named the Southeastern Conference's women's runner of the week.
NEW BADEN, ILL. > Baseball
Jones, a senior righthander at Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, set NCAA Division II records for consecutive innings without giving up a run (54 1/3) and shutouts (six). He led the Cougars to a 38-17 finish in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament and was named GLVC pitcher of the year.
SIMPSONVILLE, S.C. > Golf
Rogers, a junior at Coker College, sank an eight-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff against Pfeiffer University to give the Cobras the win at the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional. The victory advances Coker to the national championship tournament, the first time it has qualified as a team.
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