1991: Born in Southwick, Mass., Rebecca Lobo came to Storrs and left as the program's first national player of the year. 1991: In November Jeff Bagwell of the Astros was named National League rookie of the year. He grew up in Killingworth and played at Xavier-Middletown and at the University of Hartford, where his .413 career batting average in 1987-89 is still a program record. 1991: Eddie Johnston traded Ron Francis along with Ulf Samuelsson to the Pittsburgh Penguins on March 4. It is also known as the day the music died. 1991: Wilton's Kristine Lilly won the World Cup with the national team in 1991 and 1999. She ended her career playing in five World Cups and three Olympics. She is the most capped player in the history of soccer, male or female, with 352 appearances for the United Sates.
Albert Dickson
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