Buonanno, a senior forward on the St. Joseph's University field hockey team, led the NCAA Division I in scoring average last fall with 31 goals in 18 games. A first-team All-America, she led the 13-5 Hawks to their first postseason tournament.
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Rogers, a senior tailback at Emory & Henry College, rushed for 1,730 yards to break the NCAA Division III single-season record set by Joe Dudek of Plymouth State in 1985. He had four 200-yard games, tying a division mark set in 1973.
Pinnick, a senior quarterback for Hanover College, set five NAIA career records in 29 games: for TD passes (91), yards-per-game total offense (311.6), yards-per-game passing (326.8), most attempts (41.6) and completions (25.8) per game.
Jill, a senior on the South Kingstown High soccer team, set a state record for career goals with 100. Last season she led her team to a 14-1-4 record with 20 goals and seven assists. Jill is also the first four-time all-state player in Rhode Island history.
Beth, a 16-year-old sophomore at David Lipscomb High, won her second consecutive state cross-country title, in Nashville, by three seconds over runner-up Becky Herd of Chattanooga East Ridge. Beth is only the second female in state history to win the title two straight years. Stormy, 17, a senior at Redmond High, also won his second consecutive cross-country title, in Port Townsend, Wash. He finished four seconds ahead of Cajh Hafferty of Blanchet High in the AAA championships.