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FACES IN THE CROWD
June 03, 1996
Randy Ableman MIAMI
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June 03, 1996

Faces In The Crowd

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Randy Ableman
MIAMI

Bryan Gillooly
KISSIMMEE, FLA.

Ableman, 35, men's diving coach at the University of Miami, was named NCAA men's diving coach of the year for the second consecutive time and for the fifth year in the last seven after the Hurricanes won two of three national titles at the NCAA championships in the three-meter springboard and the 10-meter platform events. Gillooly, a Miami sophomore, was named NCAA Diver of the Year after he won off the platform and finished second in the three-meter competition at the championships. Gillooly, a 15-time junior national champ, became Florida's first and only four-time high school state titleholder in diving while at Gateway High.

Winny Brodt
ROSEVILLE, MINN.
Winny, a senior on the Roseville High girl's ice hockey team, was named Minnesota's first Miss Hockey. She had 62 goals and 61 assists while leading the Raiders to a 26-0 record and the state title. Winny was also named the Minneapolis area's consensus female hockey player of the year.

Mike Bibby
PHOENIX
Mike, a senior basketball guard for Shadow Mountain High, set the state single-season scoring record, with 1,132 points, and broke the career mark, with 3,002. He averaged 34.3 points, 8.0 assists, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 steals in leading the Matadors to the 5A state title. He will play at Arizona next year.

Alan Heverly
QUAKERTOWN, PA.
Heverly, a 41-year-old student and a senior on the tennis team at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pa., went 11-3 as the Greyhounds' No. 1 player and lifted Moravian to a school-record 12-win season and its first Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth League title.

Jennifer Silinsky
MAYLENE, ALA.
Jennifer, a senior leftfielder for the Thompson High Softball team, went 7-0 as a pitcher during a 48-hour stretch at the Pelham fast-pitch invitational, which attracts the best teams in Alabama. She was named the tournament's MVP and led the Lady Warriors to the championship.

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