Sports Stroud Named All-Americar Mark Powell Lori Stroud, a senior hitter from Wilmington, N.C. on the St. Andrews Presbyterian College, has been named to the 1987 American Volleyball Coaches Association NCAA Division III Russell Athletic All-America (2nd) team. Stroud has been a powerful force for St. Andrews, 30-12 and champi ons of the Dixie Intercollegiate Athletic Conference this year, in her four years at the college. She is the first volleyball player at St. Andrews to receive All-American honors, according to head coach Jo Ann Williams. “It’s really a great honor for Lori — looking at the othernames on the hst, they all come from national powers like na tional champion University of California - San Diego,” said Williams. “Lori has really worked hard for this program her entire four years here.” Stroud’s statistics speak for themselves: she played in 125 games and had 373 kills with a hitting percentage of .307. She also had 17 assists, 35 service aces, 50 passes, 227 digs, 28 solo blocks and 60 block assists. “It’s really a great honor for the volleyball program at St. Andrews and for Coach Williams,” said Stroud. “I couldn’t have ever received this honor without ev eryone else on the team — volleyball is really a team sport. “I think this award reflects how well we played together as a team this year.” Stroud was also chosen an All- South Region performerby the Volleyball Coaches Association. She was also the most valuable player of the DIAC Volley ball Tournament this year, in addition to being chosen All-Dixie Conference and Player of the Week earlier in the season. An education major, Stroud is a nominee for a CoSIDA/GTE All- Academic-American award. Cagers Play in Holiday Tourney Jennifer Woodward The Knights bounced into action for the 1988 season with two tournament games. The first tournament was held at Oglethorpe College in Atlanta. The var sity men’s basketball team were the con solation winners after defeating Shorter College, 86-73. Over last week’s Thanksgiving weekend, the Knights competed at an other tournament in Virginia. In the first game, the St. Andrews Knights crushed Greensboro with a 67-56 win in the first game. The championship game was even tually lost, though, after a hard-fought battle to host Emory and Henry College, wilh a score of 89-77. David Simons, a 6’7" junior from Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, is the team’s lead ing scorer. For the season total so far he has already scored a total of sixty-seven points and has brought down fifty-one rebounds. Teddy Holloway, a 6’2" freshman from Shelbyville, Indiana, has also had a good showing while leading his team with fifty points and twenty-five rebounds. Both students were named to the all-tournament team. The men’s varsity basketball captains for this year at St. Andrews are senior Joe Owens; junior David Simons; and sophomore, Windell Staton. The Knights are being coac hed by Mark S imons and assisted by Mike Elbe. Mail to: Campus Box 757 vcs, I ueri iG EC e lercc repcriEr; \ES, I uesi 1C ce 2 irce-iercc ccruicuicr: Name: campus box: address or domi room: telephone or extensitxi: ' ^ '■‘/MPIIjr' iTtluni itH I Lori Stroud X-Country Improves Jennifer Woodward St. Andrews has once again proved itself by producing a strong cross country team. This year the team finished wilh eight men, four women and the overall performance was an improvement over last year’s team. The men’s team runs a race of 8000 meters and freshman Larry Jackson clocked in with apersonal best of 28:01 for the season during the recent DIAC Cross Country Championships held at St. An drews. Cajetan Chuckwulozie, another freshman, placed as second runner with a time of 28:18. Third runner, Chris Wood, junior, soon followed with 28:21, a mere three seconds behind Chuckwulozie. Inju ries playedafactorin this year’s team with Ernest Musengwa and Alan Abrams out part of the season. A valiant effort and a large improvement was shown of Mi chael Hubbard. Andrew Murphy and Eric Eubank rounded out the remainder of the team. The women’s team, which runs 5000 meters, consisted of Kathy Naylor, Lisa Chassy, Amy Tilghman, and Tonya minutes from the season opener. Coach Gordy Scoles is happy with the dedicated, hard workers who make up the team. “I was pleased with the team’s progress. They have a long way to go but, everyone has improved.” mail this to the Lance campus box 757, and the managing editor will contact you. Yoxirt smart enoi#i to calculate the size ofa Hydrogen atom. And you’re still smoking? U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

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