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January 19, 2004
Tony Washam, NEW CASTLE, DEL.BasketballWasham, a junior guard at St. Vincent College, scored 36 points for the third consecutive game to give the Bearcats a win over Rio Grande and earn his second American Mideast Conference player of the week award. He leads the NAIA Division II in scoring.
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January 19, 2004

Faces In The Crowd

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Tony Washam, NEW CASTLE, DEL.
Basketball
Washam, a junior guard at St. Vincent College, scored 36 points for the third consecutive game to give the Bearcats a win over Rio Grande and earn his second American Mideast Conference player of the week award. He leads the NAIA Division II in scoring.

Kristine Polley, MARIETTA, GA.
Swimming
Kristine, a seventh-grader at Simpson Middle School, won a gold medal in the 200-yard breaststroke while competing against high school girls at the Georgia Senior State Championships. She set an 11-to 12-year-old girls' national age-group record (2:18.69).

Bradley Wheeldon, EUBANK, KY.
Rifle
Wheeldon, a senior at Kentucky, set two school records in a victory over Texas Christian University. He had a smallbore score of 1,190, the highest single-match total this season, and with his air rifle count of 396 set an aggregate scoring record of 1,586.

Nici Workman, CHILLICOTHE, OHIO
Volleyball
Workman, a senior outside hitter at Capital University, became the conference's alltime leader in kills, with 2,026, and earned her second Ohio Athletic Conference player of the year award. She was named first team All-OAC for the third season.

Emmanuel Marc, SPRING VALLEY, N.Y.
Football
Marc, a sophomore running back at Hudson Valley Community College, set school career records by scoring 30 touchdowns and rushing for 3,273 yards. He was named the National Junior College Athletic Association's offensive player of the year.

Ren´┐Że Young, VISTA, CALIF.
Bodybuilding
Young, 54, a physical therapist, won first place in the grand masters' bodybuilding division at the Natural Olympia and Natural Universe championships. At the latter she also won the open women's short, which includes all women 20 and older and 5'3" and under.

Peter Van Rooijen, SOUTH PORCUPINE, ONT.
Rowing
Van Rooijen, a junior at Trent University, won the gold medal in men's heavyweight singles at the Ontario University Association Rowing Championships. He went undefeated in singles for the season and was named OUA athlete of the week.

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