Carrier, a sophomore third baseman for McGill, hit a game-winning grand slam against Concordia to pull the Redbirds into a tie for the Canadian Intercollegiate Baseball Association regular-season lead. McGill went on to win the pennant by taking two games out of three against Laval.
Lowe, a junior wide receiver at Southeastern Oklahoma, returned a kick 97 yards for a touchdown and caught three passes for 52 yards and a score, in a 36-20 win over Southwestern Oklahoma. The return touchdown was Lowe's third of the season, tying an NAIA record.
Carrie and Camie, twin sisters and seniors on the Quincy University soccer team, scored all seven of the Lady Hawks' goals in two victories at a tournament hosted by the University of Missouri-St. Louis. In the first game, a 3-1 win against Presbyterian College, Carrie, a midfielder, scored the first and last goals. Camie's goal was her 45th career tally, a school record. In the championship against Eastern Illinois, Camie, a forward, sent the game into overtime with Quincy's first goal, then scored what turned out to be the game-winner. Carrie scored twice after that to provide the final 4-1 margin. Quincy was 10-2-0 for the season.
Stahl, 56, rallied from 2 down after 12 holes to beat Rennie Law of Tampa, 2 and 1, and win the 1995 U.S. Senior Amateur Golf Championship at Prairie Dunes in Hutchison, Kans. Stahl, the president of an auto component company, had been runner-up at the British Senior Amateur.
Robitaille, a freshman center at Miami of Ohio, had six points in his first two collegiate hockey games, a goal and two assists in a 6-5 loss to Maine and the same in a 7-1 win over Boston College at the Great Western Freezeout. He scored 125 points in 54 games for the Ottawa Junior Senators last season.