HAMPTON, VA. > Track and Field
Francena, a senior at Bethel High, won the 300 meters at the Virginia Tech
Invitational in 36.96 seconds, lowering the girls' national high school record
by .63 of a second. She also won the 55 meters in 6.92 seconds at the Peninsula
District indoor track and field meet, the fastest time in the state this
STURGIS, S.D. > Wrestling
Sigman, a senior heavyweight at Nebraska-Omaha, won his 67th consecutive match,
leading the Mavericks to a 23-17 victory over Augustana and their first
undefeated season in 36 years. A three-time NCAA Division II national champion,
he is undefeated this season, with 39 wins and 17 pins.
BEL AIR, MD. > Volleyball
Cranford, a freshman middle hitter at Stevens Institute of Technology, was
named Sports Imports/American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III
national player of the week after leading the Ducks to four wins and the
championship trophy at the Stevens Invitational. He is the first Stevens men's
player to win the national award.
BOARDMAN, OHIO > Basketball
Bodrick, a freshman forward at Thiel College, scored a Tomcats-record 51 points
in a 92-89 overtime win over Bethany. Her point total is the most in any
division of NCAA women's basketball this season, and it ties her for 15th on
the Division III women's all-time list. She was named to D3hoops.com's team of
OTISCO, IND. > Gymnastics
Cox, a junior at West Virginia, was named East Atlantic Gymnastics League
gymnast of the week after tying the league's highest all-around score of the
season. She scored personal season highs in all four of her events in the
Mountaineers' first-place finish at a four-team meet in their home gym.
Matt and Mike
WHEELING, W.VA. > Basketball
Twins Matt (far left), a center-forward, and Mike, a forward, passed the 1,500
career points mark within 22 days of each other. The seniors rank No. 1 and No.
2 for the 21-4 Bethany College Bison in both scoring and rebounds.