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HAMPTON BAYS, N.Y. > FIELD HOCKEY
Kovar, a senior at Hofstra, had three goals and two assists in a 7--2 win over Delaware to break her fourth and fifth school records: career points (140 through Sunday) and single-season goals (24). A week earlier she broke the season points (66) and assists (18) records in a win over James Madison, and two days before that she set the career assists record (34) in a win over Virginia Commonwealth. Through Sunday she had 24 goals and 18 assists to lead NCAA Division I in points per game (3.67).
BILLINGS, MONT. > GOLF
Brandon, a senior at Billings West High, won his third straight Class AA state golf title, shooting an even-par 70 and a two-over 72 to defeat Glacier High's Ryan Porch by one stroke at the Butte (Mont.) Country Club to lead the Golden Bears to the team title. Brandon set two course records while going undefeated this season and never shot higher than 70 in a regular-season tournament. A verbal commit to Oregon, he finished the season with a 67.2 stroke average.
LEXINGTON, KY. > FENCING
Lee, a senior at Paul Laurence Dunbar High, won bronze in women's foil at the senior world championships in Catania, Italy, to become the second U.S. female to ever win a medal in the event. She was defeated 15--10 by Italy's Valentina Vezzali, a three-time Olympic individual gold medalist who went on to win the title. Lee's performance lifted her to No. 6 from No. 13 in the world rankings. She is first among U.S. juniors and seniors and is the two-time defending Pan Am gold medalist.