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MISSISSAUGA, ONT. > VOLLEYBALL
Bramwell, a 6'1" junior outside hitter at Humber College, led the Hawks to their first Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association men's volleyball national title, breaking the alltime kills record for a three-round playoff (98) and for a tournament final game (43) to defeat Douglas College 3--1. He was named tournament MVP and the national player of the year, with a regular-season-leading 5.67 kills per set. Bramwell will compete in the national team trials next month.
BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. > TENNIS
Rachel, a sixth-grader at Briarcliff Middle School, won the Longines Future Tennis Aces U.S. tournament at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. She defeated Amanda Nord of Pittsburgh 2--6, 6--2, 10--8 in the finals and will represent the U.S. in the tournament world championships at Roland Garros Stadium during the final weekend of the French Open, against players from 15 other nations. In November, Rachel won the 12-and-under title at the USTA National Open.
KARLSRUHE, GERMANY > TENNIS
Hanfmann, a freshman at USC, swept his singles and doubles matches in two Pac-12 victories, to help extend the No. 1--ranked Trojans' winning streak (since ended) to 45 straight matches. Against Stanford, he won the first singles match (6--2, 6--0) and clinched the doubles point alongside teammate Emilio Gomez (8--2). They won their doubles match (8--6) the next day against Cal, and Hanfmann won the No. 4 singles (7--5, 6--2). Through Sunday he is tied for the team lead with 32 singles wins.