Campbell, a junior at Abilene Christian, won her second consecutive 400-meter-dash title, in a time of 52.73 seconds, at the Division II indoor track championships. She also anchored the national-champion Wildcats' 4x400 relay team, which set a meet record of 3:43.45.
Paulson, a Northwest Missouri State junior, went 4 for 8 with four home runs in a doubleheader sweep of Southwest Baptist. In the nightcap Paulson hit homers in three consecutive at bats, including a grand slam and a three-run shot in one inning. He also had 11 RBIs in the two games.
BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC
Pribylova, a University of Alberta sophomore, was named MVP of the Canadian Intrauniversity Athletic Union women's volleyball championships. She finished the three-game tournament with 22 kills, 41 digs and five aces as she led the top-seeded Pandas, who finished the year 34-6, to the national title.
Martin, 39, became the first American to win the Okinawan Karate World Championship when he defeated two-time world champion Karl Ayliffe of Australia by a score of 3-2. He had reached the competition's final four three other times, in 1982, '86 and '89.
Peavy, a senior guard at Wisconsin- Platteville, was named Most Valuable Player of the Division III basketball tournament. He led the Pioneers, who finished 31-0 by beating Manchester ( Ind.) College in the final, in scoring average (23.5) and steals (3.3) as they won their second title in five years.
YORBA LINDA, CALIF.
Mike, a senior at Esperanza High, scored the game-winning goal in the Aztecs' 9-8 victory over Servite High in the California Interscholastic Federation water polo championship match. A member of the National Youth Team, he was also named the state's player of the year and a first-team All-America.