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Vol. 62, No. 3

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WINTER WRAP-UP

Men's basketball finished 10-4 in the UAA and tied for second place in the standings. It was the most UAA victories for Rochester since 1991-92 (12-2). The Yellowjackets were 16-9 overall.

At season's end, Ben Keegan '00 and Jeff Larson '01 earned All-UAA honors from the coaches. Larson led the team in scoring and three-point shooting. Keegan was tops in rebounding, field goal percentage, and second in steals.

Women's Basketball: Colleen McKeating '00 broke three long-distance shooting records for the Yellowjackets. Jen LaBuda '02, who led the team in scoring, was named Second Team All-UAA. McKeating and Sarah Sullivan '03 received Honorable Mention honors. Sullivan was the Rochester-area Rookie of the Year. Susan Damaske '00 was a GTE College Division First Team Academic All-District honoree. The Yellowjackets were 6-19.

Men's Swimming and Diving: The Yellowjackets finished 1-8 in duals but were fourth at UCAAs and sixth at UAAs. Rob Fowler '00 was the only individual champion at UCAAs.

Women's Swimming and Diving: Rochester had a 6-3 dual meet mark, finished second at the UCAA championships, and sixth at UAAs. Emily Aronstam '00 repeated as the UCAA diving champion and broke a nine-year-old school record.

Men's Indoor Track and Field: The 1,600-meter relay won seven of eight races and broke the school record. (See story, page 9.) Rochester's wins included the New York State title and the UAA crown.

Women's Indoor Track and Field: The Yellowjackets finished 10th at the state championships and eighth at UAAs but had a strong dual meet season. At UAAs, Elizabeth Conway '03 scored in three different events.

Squash: Rochester had a final season ranking of 20th by the National Intercollegiate Squash Racquets Association, a poll taken right after the regular season. At the conclusion of the team championships, the Yellowjackets were ranked 22nd by the association.

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