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FACES IN THE CROWD

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MYLES PRINGLE

• Track and Field

• Cincinnati

Pringle, a rising senior at Ashland (Ohio) University, ran the 400 meters in 45.35, .15 faster than his previous best, to win the Division II championship. He was named a first-team All-America in the 200, 400, 4 × 400 relay and high jump. Pringle has earned All-America honors 14 times.

HARRY STANTON

• Lacrosse

• New Canaan, Conn.

Stanton, a recently graduated attack at Wesleyan, scored twice and had an assist in an 8--6 victory over Salisbury for the Division III championship. It was the school's first team title. Stanton finished his career tops all-time among Cardinals in goals (224) and second in points (287).

MADISON GLAUBKE

• Softball

• Virginia Beach

Glaubke, a rising junior outfielder at Virginia Wesleyan, hit a go-ahead two-run homer in the first inning to spark a 3--1 victory over Illinois Wesleyan for the Marlins' second straight Division III title. An all-tournament pick, she hit .361 with seven home runs and 34 RBIs in 58 games this year.

PETER STEENSTRA

• Rowing

• Monmouth, Maine

Steenstra, 44, the rowing coach at Bates College since 2009, led the Bobcats women's eight to their second consecutive Division III championship and their third in the last four years. The varsity won its first individual title, while the second varsity won its fifth straight gold medal.

BRILEY ARNOLD

• Track and Field

• Murrells Inlet, S.C.

Briley, a recent grad of Waccamaw High, took first in the 100-meter hurdles (15.68), 400 hurdles (1:04.83) and 4 × 800 relay (9:48.58), leading the Warriors to the Class AAA championship. She finished with a school-record 14 state titles, including four straight in the 400 hurdles.

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