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February 07, 2000
Erick Baumann, River Forest, Ill.SoccerBaumann, 28, the men's soccer coach at Dominican University, was named Chicago Collegiate Athletic Conference coach of the year for the second time in three seasons. His Stars went 21-2 and won the NAIA Division I Region VII championship.
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February 07, 2000

Faces In The Crowd

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Erick Baumann, River Forest, Ill.
Soccer
Baumann, 28, the men's soccer coach at Dominican University, was named Chicago Collegiate Athletic Conference coach of the year for the second time in three seasons. His Stars went 21-2 and won the NAIA Division I Region VII championship.

Jamie Stafford, Philadelphia
Boxing
Jamie, 11, fought to victory in the 85-pound class at the Eastern regional and the national semifinals of the Silver Gloves tournament. Before competing in the upcoming national finals, he appeared in the ABC movie King of the World as the young Cassius Clay.

Tom Clum, Arvada, Colo.
Wrestling
Tom, a junior at Pomona High, beat Matt Martinez of Thompson Valley High in the 119-pound division at the Lincoln Wrestling Invitational to win his 32nd consecutive match this season. During three years of high school competition he has gone 94-0.

Rick DiPietro, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Hockey
DiPietro, 18, won the Directorate Award at the world junior championships as the tournament's top goalie by attaining a 2-2-1 record, a 1.81 GAA and a .935 save percentage. He was only the second American to win the award.

Dan Ketchum, Sycamore, Ohio
Swimming
Dan, a senior at Sycamore High, won the 400-meter individual medley, the 500 freestyle and the 1,650 free at the Southwestern Ohio high school championships. He has the region's top times in the 200 IM (1:56.28), the 200 free (1:40.42) and the 500 free (4:32.24).

Sara Walker, El Paso
Tennis
Walker, a freshman at UCLA, beat Jewel Peterson of USC 7-5, 6-0 to win the collegiate Classic singles championship. She also won the doubles title, with Amanda Basica of UCLA, to become the first freshman to sweep both crowns in the event's 24-year history.

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