Alexander, a freshman guard at George Mason, and Parke, a senior forward at Rollins College, set records for free throw and three-point shooting, respectively. Alexander set a women's Division I NCAA mark for consecutive foul shots made in a game when she went 20 for 20 in the Patriots' 82-65 victory over Central Florida. Five other women had hit 18 straight free throws in a game. Through last Thursday, Parke had made a three-point shot for the Tars in an NCAA-record 82 consecutive games. Tampa's Bryan Williams, who had held the mark, converted a three-pointer in 79 straight games from 1989 to '91.
Trevizo, 23, a junior at Texas-El Paso, won the 275-pound junior division title at the world powerlifting championships, after having won the 242-pound junior crown a year ago. He lifted a combined 2,044 pounds by squatting 832 pounds, bench-pressing 535 and deadlifting 677.
Gallagher, a senior swimmer at Ball State, established pool records in seven consecutive 50-yard freestyle races at four venues to extend her winning streak in the event to 36 straight dual meets and her career dual-meet mark in the 50 to 40-2. Through Friday her best time this season was 22.69.
Cloonan, 42, a black belt in judo, beat Louis Moyerman, 44, of Philadelphia to win the masters heavyweight division at the East Coast Judo Championships. It was Cloonan's first competition in 16 years and the eighth time he won his division at the championships.
Denton, a freshman quarterback at UNLV, broke the NCAA record for touchdown passes by a freshman. His total of 25 eclipsed the 22 thrown by Florida's Danny Wuerffel in 1993. Denton finished fourth in the nation in total offense while setting 10 NCAA freshman passing records for the Rebels.