• Waxahachie, Texas
Goad, a senior outfielder at Southern Arkansas, hit the 80th home run of her career in a 5--1 win over Harding, setting a Division II record. The blast came in her 213th game, 13 fewer than the previous record holder. Through 61 games Goad is batting .395 with 28 homers.
CHRISTINE PENG-PENG LEE
Lee, a senior at UCLA, scored a 10 on the balance beam to win the NCAA title and give the Bruins a final score of 198.075, lifting them to the team championship over Oklahoma by .0375. A six-time All-America, Lee also earned a 10 on the uneven bars earlier in the meet.
• Berryville, Va.
Bryan, a senior at Clarke County High, won his fourth Class 2A championship, pinning Maxx Philpott of Glenvar in 2:44 in the 285-pound class. Bryan took his titles in weight classes in a range of more than 100 pounds, a first in Virginia history. He finished with a state-record 221 victories.
• Jefferson, Md.
Nelson, a senior midfielder at St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., scored 12 goals in a 21--18 win over Westminster, giving her 124 on the season, a Division III record. She also had her 160th point to set another mark. Through 16 games she leads D-III in goals (141) and points (178).
• Track and Field
• Grand Prairie, Texas
Jasmine, a junior at Mansfield Lake Ridge, triple-jumped 44'1" at the Texas Relays, breaking the meet record. The jump was the seventh-best ever by a high school girl. Jasmine's leap of 42' 9½" at the Texas Tech Under Armour High School Classic in January set the U.S. junior indoor mark.
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