Mashia, a freshman guard for the USC women's basketball team, converted 33 straight free throws, breaking the Pac-10 record of 29 held by former Washington player Laura Moore. Mashia set a Lady Trojans single-game mark by hitting all 12 of her free throw attempts in a 66-60 win over Maine.
Alex, 11, bowled two 300 games within nine days during Young American Bowling Alliance sanctioned league play at Gil Hodges Lanes. He began bowling at age five and carries a 182 average. Alex's previous high game was 279, which he had already reached twice this season.
Knox, a junior guard for Division II Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, set a school single-game record by scoring 50 points in a 99-77 win over Indiana Tech. Knox, the Metros third-leading career scorer, was second in Division II with a 30.6-point average through last Friday.
Bolland, 30, won the women's mountain-biking title at the National Cyclocross Championships. As a member of the U.S. road-racing team, Bolland won crowns at the 1992 world team time trials and the '93 U.S. team time trials, and a gold medal at the '91 Pan Am Games.
Todd, a senior at DeMatha Catholic High in Hyattsville, broke a national high school wrestling record by winning his 37th tournament title, at the Damascus Classic. The previous mark of 36 was set in 1992 by Lincoln McIlravy of Philip High in Philip, S.Dak.
BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS
Cable, a freshman hotel-and-restaurant-management major at Fairleigh Dickinson, is the first native of St. Kitts to play Division I tennis and to be a member of the Eastern Caribbean Davis Cup team. Last fall he had an 8-4 singles record for the Knights and a 3.37 GPA.