Jorgensen, a senior shortstop for Wisconsin-Oshkosh, earned his second straight Division III Player of the Year award. He set single-season division records for home runs (39), RBIs (121) and total bases (218) in 1995 and finished his career with 70 dingers and 237 RBIs, also division marks.
Hoover, a senior attack at William Smith College, became the alltime leading scorer in Division III women's lacrosse, with 383 points. She totaled 101, 100 and 110 points, respectively, over the past three years, making her the first female player in the division to have three 100-point seasons.
Boldon, a UCLA junior, won the 200 meters at the NCAA outdoor track championships in 20.24 seconds. Earlier, at the Pac-10 championships, he ran a meet-record 10.08 in the 100 and added the 200 title with a clocking of 20.08, helping the Bruins win the Pac-10 title for the fourth straight year.
Adams, 49, coached Crescent High to the girls' state Softball championship for the ninth straight year, a national high school record for the sport. The Lady Tigers finished 31-1 after sweeping Hanahan High 6-1 and 7-5 for the Class 2A championship.
Pace was named women's senior of the year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Playing for Texas, she went 42-4 in singles matches; finished second at the NCAA tournament in singles and, with her partner Cristina Moro, doubles; and led the Lady Longhorns to the national championship.
Ross, a senior at Lebanon High, won the most valuable player award at the state volleyball tournament with 37 kills and 10 aces while leading the Warriors to a 34-0 record and the state championship. Ross was also named Ohio volleyball player of the year.