Lena Johnson | Peachtree City, Ga. | Fencing
Johnson, a junior sabre at Columbia, went 7--1 over three matches against Wayne State, Notre Dame and St. John's at the NYU Invitational. A two-time honorable mention All-America, she finished ninth at the NCAA championships last year, and has won silver and bronze medals at the NCAA Northeast Regionals.
Kwity Paye | Providence | Football
Kwity, a 6'4", 234-pound senior running back and defensive end at Bishop Hendricken High, ran for four touchdowns and made 14 tackles in a 48--28 win over La Salle Academy in the Division I state title game. A Michigan commit who was born in a refugee camp in Guinea, he rushed for 651 yards and 13 TDs while recording 61 tackles and 4½ sacks.
Kelcey Crawford | Purcellville, Va. | Hockey
Crawford, a junior goaltender at Division III Elmira (N.Y.) College, made a career-high 32 saves in a 4--0 road victory over eighth-ranked Amherst for her fourth shutout in her first seven starts. Last season she went 13-3-0 with three shutouts and was twice named ECAC West goaltender of the week. As a freshman she went 8-0-0.
Maddie Musselman | Newport Beach, Calif. | Water Polo
Musselman, a freshman attacker at UCLA, scored a team-high 12 goals in four games as the Bruins swept the UCSB Winter Invitational, including a career-high-tying five against UC San Diego. During her gold-medal-winning Olympic debut, in Rio, she scored 12 goals, second most on Team USA, and was named to the all-tournament team.
Corry Long | Cincinnati | Basketball
Corry, a 6'3" senior guard at Hughes High, hit three game-winning shots in five games: a three-pointer for a 63--62 victory over Aiken on Jan. 6; a layup to beat Withrow 49--47 on Jan. 17; and a three as time expired for a 55--54 win over Indian Hill on Jan. 21. Corry, who was averaging a team-high 19.9 points through 16 games, will play at Stony Brook.
Karen Chen | Fremont, Calif. | Figure Skating
Karen, a 17-year-old homeschooled senior, won gold at the 2017 U.S. figure skating championships in Kansas City, Mo. She followed a national record of 72.82 in the short program with a 141.40 in the free skate for a combined 214.22 to beat three-time U.S. champ Ashley Wagner by 2.44. Karen won bronze at the '15 championships.
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