Pipes-Neilsen, 33, became the first woman in the masters' swimming 30-34 age group to break five minutes in the 400-meter individual medley, with a 4:56.90 at the 1995 Southern California Short Course Masters Championships. She set nine world age-group records during the meet.
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Findlay, 25, won his third consecutive men's roller skating world championship in figures at the 40th World Artistic Roller Skating Championships in Bucaramanga, Colombia. Findlay won gold medals in figures at the 1993 and '94 U.S. Olympic festivals.
Jackie, a junior guard on the Claflin High girls' basketball team, scored 61 points in a 122-24 win over Otis-Bison to break the state individual-game scoring record. Playing only 17 minutes (in a 32-minutc game), Jackie broke the mark of 60, set by Kari Jones of Pratt Skyline in 1977.
Aaron, the winningest wrestler in the history of the Minneapolis City Conference, with a 145-19 record, | is 11-1 through last Friday despite competing with a % .25-caliber bullet lodged in his shoulder. Aaron, a S senior at Minneapolis North High, was shot when someone attempted to rob him.
Senna, a sophomore goalie for Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, had a school-record 60 saves in a 7-1 loss to Nichols College. His save total for the game was also the highest in Division III hockey this season. In his next start, a 6-4 defeat to Fairfield University, Senna had 52 saves.
Phifer, a 6'1" freshman center at St. Paul's College in Lawrenceville, Va., set an NCAA record with 20 blocked shots in a 58-35 loss to Virginia Union. Through last Friday, Phifer, a criminal justice major, has led all NCAA shot blockers, with a 10.3 average.