1993
LDS Scene
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“LDS Scene,” Ensign, May 1993, 110–11

LDS Scene

LAIE, HAWAII—The BYU-Hawaii women’s volleyball team successfully defended its title as the NAIA national champion. The team won a twenty-team tournament without losing a single set. The tournament, held in San Diego, California, capped a two-year record of fifty-six wins and back-to-back national championships. After returning to Laie after the tournament, most of the team members attended the baptism of outside hitter Sheena Shen, a sophomore from China.

SAN FRANCISCO—Former Brigham Young University quarterback Steve Young of the San Francisco 49ers was named the 1992 National Football League Most Valuable Player by the Associated Press. He was also named the AP Offensive Player of the Year. Young, noted for his running and passing skills, led the 49ers to the best record in the league at 14–2.

WASHINGTON, D.C.—LDS Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon, R-Calif., has been elected president of the Republican freshman class. Brother McKeon is a member of the Solemint Ward, Los Angeles California Santa Clarita Stake.

TYLER, TEXAS—The Ricks College Lady Vikings basketball team placed third in the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament. The team, Region 18 champions, played four games in five days against top-ranked teams in the country. They won three of those games. This was the first time a Region 18 team competed beyond the first round of competition.