SURREY, B.C. > ICE HOCKEY
Pattenden, a senior goaltender at fifth-ranked Mercyhurst, became the NCAA Division I alltime winningest goalie with her 92nd victory—and 17th career shutout—in a 9--0 win over Lindenwood. She had tied the record of 91 wins, set at Wisconsin by current U.S. Olympian Jessie Vetter, with a career-high 48 saves in the Lakers' previous victory, 3--2 in overtime against fourth-ranked Boston College.
LOS ANGELES > FOOTBALL
Jaydon, a 5'11", 175-pound senior wideout at Dorsey High, was named MVP of the Marine Corps' inaugural Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl in Phoenix. He scored the West's first touchdown on a 14-yard catch and added a 33-yard run on a reverse to help defeat the East, 17--14. An all-city selection this fall, he had 1,530 total yards and 24 TDs for the Dorsey Dons, including four scores in the D-I city quarterfinal.
LAWRENCE, KANS. > SWIMMING
Reaney, a freshman at Notre Dame, swam a 1:57.67 in the 200-yard individual medley to set a school and meet record at the Ohio State Invitational, where she also won the 400-yard IM (4:12.19). Reaney finished in the top four in seven events and through Sunday is 8--0 for the year in IM competition. In 2010, she qualified for the 2012 Olympic trials in the 100-meter breaststroke.
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