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SAN ANTONIO > Basketball
Myers, a senior guard at Navy, led the Midshipmen in steals (68) and points per game (12.1) to win Patriot League regular-season and tournament titles and earn the academy its first NCAA tournament berth. A two-time defensive player of the year, she graduated with a school assists record (411) and received the Vice Admiral Lawrence Sword for Women, an athletics award.
GREENSBORO, N.C. > Baseball
Moore, a senior shortstop at Army, hit a grand slam and drove in five runs in the first game and homered with the bases empty, one runner on and two runners on for six RBIs in the second game of a doubleheader sweep of Lafayette. He graduated as the academy's alltime leader in home runs (35), RBIs (185) and slugging percentage (.589), and was drafted by the Padres.
HARRISBURG, PA. > Basketball
Alston, a 6'3" junior forward at Penn State Harrisburg and a Marine Corps veteran, tied his school record of eight blocks in a 96--91 overtime win over Gallaudet to help the Nittany Lions to their first North Eastern Athletic Conference championship game. A member of the ROTC and a cadet in the National Guard, Alston finished ninth in D-III in blocks (3.0 per game).
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