Bohne, a senior guard at the University of Calgary, scored 64 points in a 110-107 win over the University of British Columbia, the second-highest individual total ever scored in a Canadian university basketball game. He also had nine assists and six rebounds. This season he is averaging 35.6 points per game.
Wagner and Dryden, a freshman and a sophomore, respectively, at Florida, led the Gators to victory in the SEC women's swim meet. This was the 10th straight year that Florida won the conference title. Wagner set a meet record in winning the 200-yard individual medley (1:57.91). She also won the 400 IM (4:11.24) and the 200 breaststroke (2:14.02) and was named SEC Women's Swimmer of the Year, the 15th consecutive time a Gator was so honored. Dryden, a three-time All-America, won the 500 and 1,650 freestyles (4:43.24 and 16:11.05, respectively). Wagner and Dryden also swam on the victorious 4 X 200 free relay team (7:19.72).
Walker, a senior at Boston University and the No. 1-ranked 158-pound wrestler in the nation, defeated No. 2-ranked Joe Burke of Seton Hall 4-2. A 1994 All-America, Walker is the first BU wrestler ever to achieve this ranking. In the last two seasons he has a 59-6-3 mark.
Gulden, 52, the track and field coach at Bucknell, was named Patriot League Women's Indoor Track Coach of the Year for the fourth straight time. Gulden, who has coached the cross-country and the indoor and outdoor track teams for both men and women for 25 years, has won 55 conference crowns.
Alex, 14, defeated Erik Zmara of Little Neck, N.Y., 6-4, 6-4 to win the USTA Boys' 14 National Indoor Tennis Championship. Alex, who has been ranked No. 1 in his age group in the Intermountain Section for the last two years, also has a 4.0 academic average at Durango High.