Jaworsky, a senior 134-pound wrestler at North Carolina, defeated Oregon State's Babak Mohammadi 13-6 to win his third straight NCAA championship. Jaworsky, who went 38-0 this season and finished his career with a 124-10-1 record, was also named the meet's most outstanding wrestler.
Kaszuba and Jeffrey, juniors at Arizona State, each won two individual events and were members of a victorious relay team at the Pac-10 swimming meet. Kaszuba won the 100-and 200-yard breaststrokes, in 1:01.61 and 2:12.32, respectively. Later, at the NCAAs, site broke the world mark in the 100 breast, in 59.71, and won the 200 breast in an NCAA-record 2:09.71. Kaszuba was named NCAA Women's Swimmer of the Year. Jeffrey won the 500 freestyle (4:46.97) and the 400 individual medley (4:14.21) at the Pac-10 meet. She and Kaszuba then helped lead the Sun Devils to victory in the 400 medley relay (3:45.23).
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Wehrum, 44, the lacrosse coach at Herkimer County Community College, was elected to the Upstate New York Lacrosse Hall of Fame. Wehrum has led the Generals to five junior college national titles in the last 11 years. His team has also won a college-lacrosse-record 54 straight games.
Louis, a senior guard at Laurel Baptist Academy, averaged 25.6 points, 8.7 rebounds and 8.4 assists for the 36-5 Eagles and was named Maryland's high school player of the year. Louis is also a two-time all-state selection and was recently named All-America.
Shannon-Lee Leilani McCuin
Shannon-Lee, 16, won her second straight gold medal at the women's U.S. Open Junior Taekwondo Championships. Now a bantamweight, Shannon-Lee won the flyweight division in 1994. She also won the 1995 California State Adult bantamweight crown.