• Track and Field
• Kingston, Jamaica
Medley, a rising senior at Lincoln (Mo.) University, won the 100 meters (11.20) and the 200 (23.30) and ran on the first-place 4 × 400 (3:37.03) and 4 × 100 (45.33) relays at the Division II championships, helping the Blue Tigers defend their title. She earned four All-America honors.
• Massapequa, N.Y.
Pollock, a rising senior attacker at Adelphi in Garden City, N.Y., had four goals in an 11--5 win over West Chester for the Division II title. She scored 16 times in four tournament games and was named Most Outstanding Player. Pollock finished with 81 goals, eighth most in the nation.
• Pinecrest, Fla.
Gonzalez-Rico, a rising junior at Emory in Atlanta, beat Wesleyan's Venia Yeung 6--4, 6--3 to take the Division III singles crown. She was 34--5 in 2019, tying the school's single-season record for wins. As a freshman Gonzalez-Rico was All-America in singles and doubles.
• Spring, Texas
Raines, a rising sophomore righthander and outfielder at Texas Lutheran in Seguin, threw a three-hitter to beat Emory 6--1 for the Division III title. She also had two doubles and an RBI and was voted Most Outstanding Player. Raines was 10--0 with a 1.03 ERA and hit .372.
• Water Polo
• Laguna Beach, Calif.
Fischer, a rising senior driver at Stanford, had three goals in a 9--8 victory over USC for the Division I championship. She was named most valuable player. An Olympic gold medal winner in Rio at age 19, Fischer is sixth on the Cardinal's all-time scoring list with 205 career goals.
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