ELDORET, KENYA > CROSS-COUNTRY
Lalang, a freshman who arrived at Arizona with no competitive cross-country experience, won the NCAA Division I 10K title (28:44.1) in Terre Haute, Ind., defeating the runner-up by 13 seconds and earning All-America honors. He went undefeated this season, winning his six races by an average of 22.5 seconds. In his second collegiate race, an indoor meet last winter, Lalang ran a sub-four-minute mile (3:59.13), and last spring he placed second in the 5K at the NCAA outdoor championships.
WINDERMERE, FLA. > ROWING
Christine, an Olympia High junior who competes for the Orlando Area Rowing Society, filled in at the seven seat when a member of the men's varsity eight fell sick, helping them to a win by 34 seconds (17:14) at the 5,000-meter Head of the Giblet regatta at Turkey Lake in Orlando. She then rowed in the seven seat with the women's varsity eight, finishing second by a margin of six seconds. Last February she was fourth at the 2,000-meter C.R.A.S.H.-B Sprints world indoor rowing championship (7:26.1).
FOREST LAKE, MINN. > BASKETBALL
Lentsch, a 6'4" junior guard at Grinnell College, scored an NCAA Division III record 89 points in a 145--97 victory over Principia College, surpassing the previous record (77), also held by a Grinnell player. His performance is third best alltime across the NCAA, behind 113 points in D-II and 100 in D-I, both set in 1954. Lentsch, whose previous high was just 36 points, shot 27 of 55 from the field, including 15 of 33 three-pointers, and a program record 20 of 22 from the free throw line.