Noyes, a senior lacrosse attacker at Swarthmore College, set a Division III women's record for career goals with 278, breaking the mark held by Sarah Costa of Washington College in Chestertown, Md. Noyes also holds the NCAA records for goals in a season, 107.
Grace, a Nebraska senior, won the all-around title at the NCAA gymnastics championships, as well as his second straight crown in the parallel bars. He finished his college career as a four-time NCAA champion, a five-time Big Eight champ and a six-time All-America.
Melanie, a junior at West Mesa High, pitched a no-hitter, two one-hitters and two two-hitters en route to a 13-3 regular-season record. In 110? innings she struck out 175 batters while walking only 11. She also led the 17-5 Mustangs in hitting with a .432 average.
Wheeler, a sophomore at Clemson, broke Renaldo Nehemiah's 15-year-old ACC meet record in the 200-meter dash with a time of 20.36 seconds, the fastest clocking this year by an American. He also anchored the Tigers' 4x400 relay team to the ACC championship, which they won in 3:05.16.
Lynne, 12, and her horse, Hot Legs, 8, won the Gold Coast Arabian Horse Association's rider and horse of the year award for riders 13-and-under for finishing first at the Santa Barbara Spring Show. Her point total of 177 was the highest by a youth rider in Gold Coast history.
BUFFALO GROVE, ILL.
Symonds, 49, earned his 1,000th victory as baseball coach at Triton College in River Grove with a 10-0 shutout of Morton College of Cicero, Ill. In 25 years with the Trojans, he has won 21 conference titles, been to the Junior College World Series eight times and coached 19 All-Americas.