• Overland Park, Kans.
Kizer, a senior forward at Ole Miss, had a hat trick in a 4--0 victory over Western Kentucky. Through eight games she had nine goals and four assists. In 2017, Kizer netted 16 goals to become the Rebels' first soccer All-America.
• Newcastle, Okla.
Freeman, a junior quarterback at Southwestern Oklahoma State, threw for 416 yards and seven touchdowns in a 49--35 win over Arkansas-Monticello. His seven TDs tied a Great American Conference record.
• Track and Field
• San Francisco
Amaechi, a sophomore at Princeton, took gold in the discus at the U.S. junior championships with a throw of 186'11", an Ivy League record and a personal best. It was the fourth-best effort in the world in her age group this year.
• Bass Fishing
• Elizabethtown, Ky.
Ratliff, a senior at Campbellsville (Ky.)University, caught three fish in the final 30 minutes for a bag of 13 pounds, eight ounces to take the College Series Classic on Kansas's Lake Milford. He also won a pickup truck and a bass boat.
• Middletown, N.J.
Lippert, a graduate student at Queens University of Charlotte, swept the Olympic-(1:59:29) and sprint-distance (46:50) titles in the 20-to-24 age group at the national championships in Cleveland. He is the first man to win both.
• Sea Cliff, N.Y.
Sobhy, a senior at Harvard, teamed with sister Amanda (FACES, March 19, 2012) to win the doubles event at the Pan-American championships in the Cayman Islands. Sabrina, a first-team All-Ivy player, also won silver in the singles.
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