FREEPORT, N.Y. > TRACK AND FIELD
Jazmine, a sophomore at Kellenberg Memorial High, won the 800 meters at the Hispanic Games at the Armory in New York City by 1.33 seconds in 2:10.96, the best time in the nation this season. She was named the outstanding female track athlete of the meet. A week later Jazmine won the 1,000 meters (2:55.77) and anchored the winning 4 × 800 at the Armory's Molloy Stanner Games. Last June she won the freshman mile at the New Balance Outdoor Nationals in Greensboro, N.C. (5:06.04).
WHITE BEAR LAKE, MINN. > ICE HOCKEY
Hartzell, a senior goalie at Quinnipiac, had 15 saves in a 3--2 victory over Union to help the Bobcats extend their unbeaten streak to a Division I--leading 16 games (14 wins, two ties). He has started every game during the streak. At week's end Hartzell led D-I with an .841 winning percentage; his 1.48 goals-against average ranked third in the division and second in the nation among goalies with more than 1,000 minutes. He is a Hobey Baker Award nominee.
PALO ALTO, CALIF. > SWIMMING
Tosky, a freshman at USC, won the 200-yard fly (1:54.38) and helped the 800-yard free relay team finish first (7:05.69), the 400-yard medley relay finish second and the 200-yard free relay finish third as the Trojan women won the winter nationals title in Austin last month. Earlier in December, Tosky competed in the FINA Short-Course World Championships in Istanbul, where she swam the lead leg of the U.S.'s gold-medal-winning 800-meter free relay.