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FACES IN THE CROWD
July 15, 1996
Monique Hacker CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.Hacker, a freshman on the Binghamton University track team, became the school's first female national champion when she won the NCAA Division III indoor triple jump title. Her 40-foot triple jump at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships was a meet record.
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July 15, 1996

Faces In The Crowd

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Monique Hacker
CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.
Hacker, a freshman on the Binghamton University track team, became the school's first female national champion when she won the NCAA Division III indoor triple jump title. Her 40-foot triple jump at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championships was a meet record.

Wes Marchione
LEBANON, OHIO
Wes, a senior outside hitter-setter on the Lebanon High volleyball team, was named MVP of the state tournament after leading the Warriors to their second straight Ohio championship. Wes, who was also voted first-team all-state, will attend Ball State in the fall and hopes to play there.

Kelly Amonte
HINGHAM, MASS.

Courtney Crangi
BOCA RATON, FLA.

Amonte, a senior on the Maryland women's lacrosse team, was named NCAA women's player of the year and offensive player of the year after leading the Terrapins to their second consecutive national championship. Amonte set an NCAA career-assist mark with 132 and is a four-time All-America pick. Crangi, a senior on the Goucher College women's lacrosse team, was tabbed the NCAA Division III women's player of the year after she scored a Division III single-season-record 154 total points. In only three seasons Crangi became Division Ill's second alltime scorer, with 328 points, and ranked fifth in assists with 110.

Staci Albright
GOODLETTESVILLE, TENN.
Albright, a senior catcher on the Coker College softball team, led NCAA Division II hitters with 23 home runs. She was the first player in Division II history with back-to-back 20 home run seasons, and she set the Division II career mark with 53 home runs.

Christine Moorman
ISSAQUAH, WASH.
Moorman, 32, set a U.S. Powerlifting Federation record in the 97-pound class with a bench press of 155 pounds. She holds state bench-press marks for the 114-pound class (170 pounds) and 105-pound class (160). Moorman will compete at the world championships in Copenhagen in December.

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