PHOENIX VILLE, PA.
Miller, a sophomore at North Carolina, was named the most valuable swimmer at the ACC women's swimming and diving championships after winning three individual events: the 400-yard individual medley, the 500 freestyle and the 1,650 free, in which she had a conference-record time of 16:17.88. Shade, another Tar Heel, became the first freshman to be named most valuable swimmer at the conference's men's meet. He also won three individual events: the 200 individual medley, the 200 butterfly and the 100 fly, in which he set a school record of 48.02 to lead North Carolina to the ACC title for the fourth consecutive year.
Wallace, 45, broke a state record by catching a 13-pound, 11-ounce speckled trout in Baffin Bay, which is located on the lower Texas Gulf coast. The old mark of 13 pounds, 9 ounces was set by Mike Blackwood of Corpus Christi in 1975. Wallace hooked the trout with a Corky's plug lure.
LA GRANGE, GA.
Robert, a 13-year-old junior at Dickinson (N.Dak.) State, who plans to pursue a career in paleontology, was named to the 1995 Youth National Racewalk Honor Roll by U.S. Amateur Track and Field. He was second in the 3,000-meter race walk at the USAT&F Youth National Track and Field Championships.
Fahey, 37, the women's basketball coach at Washington University in St. Louis, got her 200th career victory when she guided the Bears to a 77-42 win over Maryville University. Washington has made eight Division III tournament appearances during Fahey's 10 years at the school.
Henry, a junior guard for Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., scored 52 points, the highest Division II single-game total so far this season, in a 127-115 loss to Assumption College. Through last Friday he was leading the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference in scoring, with 22.9 points per game.