Sports briefs

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Missouri Sports Hall of Fame
honors two Wash. U. programs

The 2009 men’s basketball and women’s volleyball teams were both selected for Missouri Sports Hall of Fame achievement awards. The teams will be honored and presented with a plaque at an enshrinement ceremony on Jan. 31 in Springfield, Mo. Men’s basketball won the second of its back-to-back national titles on Mar. 21, 2009, with a victory over Richard Stockton College. The volleyball team won its NCAA-record 10th championship in its defeat of Juniata College on Nov. 21, 2009. (Hannah Lustman)

Kulick gets historic win

Kelly Kulick became the first woman to win a Professional Bowlers Association  tournament on Sunday. Kulick recorded an emphatic 265-195 victory over Chris Barnes to take the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tournament of Champions in Las Vegas. The Tournament of Champions is one of the four major tournaments of the PBA tour, making Kulick’s win even more monumental. The Union, N.J., native has also won two events on the PBA Women’s Series. (Josh Goldman)

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