Morgan, 31, became the first person in field hockey history to win an NCAA crown both as a player and a coach. This year she guided James Madison (20-3-1) to a 2-1 shoot-out defeat of North Carolina (21-2) in the title game. In 1982, '83 and '84 she won NCAA championships as a player at Old Dominion.
Keino, a senior at Arizona, won the NCAA cross-country championship, covering the 10,000-meter course in 30:12.0. Keino, who is an All-America in both cross-country and track, was also named U.S. Track Coaches Association Male Cross-country Athlete of the Year.
HAARLEM, THE NETHERLANDS
Geeris, a sophomore forward at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, N.H., had two assists in a 2-0 win over Regis College in Denver, in the NCAA Division II soccer final to lead the Ravens to their first national crown in any sport. Geeris was Pierce's top scorer in '94, with 24 goals and 23 assists.
Demond, a 190-pound senior tailback at Washington High, rushed for 1,569 yards and 23 touchdowns this season and ran for 3,699 yards and 55 TDs in his career for the Hornets. He was named all-state for the second straight year. In 1993 Demond led Oklahoma's 6A rushers in yardage.
MISSION VIEJO, CALIF.
Foster, a volleyball middle hitter at Alabama, was named SEC Freshman of the Year. She amassed 740 kills in 123 games to rank second in the nation in that category this season. She had 43 and 37 kills in two matches against Arkansas, 39 against Auburn and 38 against Kentucky.
WINTER PARK, FLA.
Kelsey, a senior swimmer at Winter Park High, won two events at the state championships. She won the 100-meter butterfly in 57.33, was second in the 100 backstroke (57.49) and swam the backstroke leg on the Wildcats' victorious 4 X 100 medley relay team, which finished in 1:50.00.