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Faces in the Crowd


COLOR PHOTO: JET COMMERCIAL PHOTO Barbara Stevens, WALTHAM, MASS. Basketball Stevens, 47, guided Bentley College to an 83-42 victory over the College of St. Rose, of Albany, N.Y., to become the first Division II women's coach in her sport with 600 career wins. Her Falcons have earned a national tournament berth in each of the last 16 seasons.

COLOR PHOTO: JAY TAKAAZE Kristine Kahoalii, FREMONT, CALIF. Softball Kahoalii, a junior pitcher for Hawaii at Hilo, threw her second complete-game 5-0 shutout of the tournament in the title game of the Koolau Klassic Championship. Over a one-week span she allowed one run, 15 hits and five walks and struck out six batters while going 3-0.

COLOR PHOTO: MARK AUSTIN-WASHBURN Jamie Herrington, CORNWALL, ONT. Hockey Herrington, a senior forward at Dartmouth, broke a scoreless tie in overtime against Cornell and the next night, with 15 seconds to go, had the winning goal against Colgate. He leads the team with five game-winners this year. The defeat of the Red Raiders clinched an ECAC playoff berth for the Big Green.

COLOR PHOTO: JEAN DIXON Jonathan Cardenas, RENO Cross-country Jonathan, 16, became the national Junior Olympics champion in the intermediate boys' division by running the 5,000-meter course at Pioneer Park in Lincoln, Neb., in 16:04 to defeat his closest rival, Patrick Swick, 16, of Las Vegas, by 11 seconds.

COLOR PHOTO: RUPERT BERRINGTON Jacqueline Leahy, AURORA, COLO. Fencing Jacqueline, 16, won the under-17 and under-20 women's foil crowns to become only the second competitor to win the two Junior Olympic age-group titles in two consecutive years. The victory in the under-20 division secured her a spot on the U.S. team for the junior-cadet worlds.

COLOR PHOTO: PAUL RILEY/IU Viktor Sveda, PENINSULA, OHIO Wrestling Sveda, a senior at Indiana, set Hoosiers records for career wins and pins when he beat Paul Withers of the University of Indianapolis by pin in 1:32. An All-America as a freshman and junior, Sveda placed third in the NCAA tournament last year at 184 pounds and is 143-24 for his career with 45 pins.