Hutchinson, 47, a two-sport coach at Bloomsburg University, became the first woman to reach 1,000 career NCAA wins when the Huskies beat Dowling College 6-0 in Softball on April 20. Her combined record over 20 seasons in Softball and 19 in field hockey is 1,004-185-20 (.839).
Kyle, 14, had two holes in one in a single round at the Royal Oak Country Club. Despite hitting into a strong wind, he scored aces on the 159-yard 3rd hole with a six-iron and on the 160-yard 8th hole with a three-iron. Last fall he played for Center Grove Middle School's undefeated golf team.
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Carew, a sophomore softball first baseman at Chapman University, was the Division III leader in hits, home runs and RBIs through last Friday. The 21-year-old daughter of Rod Carew batted .542, with a slugging percentage of 1.076, to lead the No. 7-ranked Panthers to a 32-7 record.
Alexin, a 28-year-old sophomore at Central Missouri State, earned his fourth Division II title with a victory in the mile at the divisional indoor track and field championships. He was champion of the indoor mile and the outdoor 1,500 meters last year and won the individual cross-country crown last fall.
Dann, a 70-year-old investment portfolio manager, and Graves, a 71-year-old financial securities account executive, won their third U.S. squash doubles championship by defeating Barney Lawrence and Gordon Guyatt of Hamilton, N.Y., 12-15, 17-15, 11-15, 15-8, 16-14 in the 70-and-over division. Dann and Graves, who have played together for 44 years, have also earned U.S. titles in the 50-and-over and the 60-and-over categories, along with four Canadian championships in four age divisions. When not joining forces in squash they test one another by competing on the tennis court.