Pino, 72, a semiretired contractor, won the age 70-75 division at the RISKI Giant Slalom Downhill Races at Attitash Bear Peak, completing the 1,213-meter run in 46.51. It was the 17th time Pino, who is annually ranked in the top 10 nationally in his GS age group, had won his division at this event.
Holliday, a senior forward on the Connecticut College field hockey team, ended her career as the Camels' alltime leader in goals (41) and points (87) in just three seasons (46 games) after transferring from North Carolina. She is a three-time Division III All-America.
Alvarez, a junior golfer at Ferrum College, won the individual title at the Central American Amateur Golf Championship at Club Campestre in San Salvador, El Salvador. He shot a 13-over-par 297 to finish two strokes ahead of Geoffry Schacher, a sophomore at Florida International.
Stewart, a senior forward-center on the Cal State-Bakersfield basketball team, was the top rebounder in Division II through last Thursday with 13.3 a game. He also led the 20-3 Roadrunners (ranked second nationally) in scoring with a 22.1 average, good enough for 18th in the division.
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NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
Dey, 31, and Ullman, 51, were named the 1996 Yachtswoman and Yachtsman of the Year, respectively, by U.S. Sailing. Dey won a bronze medal in the Europe class at the Atlanta Olympics, one of only two medals earned by the American yachting team. She is also the lone sailor to make the U.S. Sailing Team in more than one class (the Lechner and the Europe), a distinction she attained in 1989. Ullman won regattas in five classes and won an unprecedented fifth consecutive Lipton Cup race. In his 47 years of competitive sailing, he has won 28 national titles in nine classes and three world championships in the 470 class.