DELTONA, FLA. > WATER SKIING
Worden, a junior at Louisiana-Monroe, won the overall men's title and his third consecutive jumping title at the collegiate nationals in Zachary, La., to lead the Warhawks to the team title. His winning 194-foot jump is a pending national collegiate record. Last month he won first place at the Water Ski World Cup in China, where he defeated the world-record holder by 3.94 inches, and this past summer he won professional titles at the Malibu Open in Milwaukee and the Madrid Pro Jump in Spain.
EL CERRITO, CALIF. > VOLLEYBALL
Murrey, a senior outside hitter at Cal, led the Bears from the No. 4 national ranking to No. 2 with a 3--1 upset of then second-ranked Washington and a 3--0 win over Washington State. Over the two matches she averaged 5.00 points, 4.71 kills and 4.29 digs per set and tallied her seventh and eighth straight double doubles. Last year she helped the Bears to the national championship and was named All-America, averaging 5.23 kills per set to rank second in the Pac-10 and third in the nation.
JOEY CLEARY | GRIFFIN CARDEW
WINCHESTER | IPSWICH, MASS. > FOOTBALL
Cleary and Cardew, sophomore linebackers at Bowdoin, became the first teammates in D-III college football history to return interceptions of 99 or more yards in the same game, leading the Polar Bears to a 27--6 win over Tufts. Cleary returned an interception 99 yards for a 7--0 lead in the second quarter, and his roommate, Cardew, picked off a pass and returned it for 100 yards in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.
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