Langner, 92 and a retired industrial engineer, won six swimming gold medals at the inaugural International Senior Games in Bermuda. He holds 329 U.S. masters records and recently became the oldest person inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame.
Brockbank, a sophomore at Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Ore., won the women's collegiate racquetball singles crown for the second straight year. Last year, against the world's best at the Tournament of Americas in Cali, Colombia, she earned the gold in women's singles.
BLUE WATER, MO.
Althouse, a senior on the UCLA track and field team, set the women's collegiate indoor shot put record, with a put of 59'3�". The defending NCAA outdoor champ, she also won this year's indoor title and was named NCAA indoor female track and field athlete of the year.
Josh, a junior pitcher-first baseman on the Somerset High baseball team, tied a national high school single-game mark with three grand slams in a 21-20 loss to Dartmouth High. He finished with 12 RBIs but was the losing pitcher. Marty Burke of Huffman ( Ala.) High had three slams in a 1985 game.
Brands, a senior basketball guard for Grinnell College, led all NCAA men's divisions in scoring average (33.9) and three-pointers per game (6.6). Brands, the student government president, had 60 points in the Pioneers' 114-92 defeat of Ripon College in the Midwest Conference tournament final.
BROOKINGS, S. DAK.
Lamer, a 190-pound senior on the South Dakota State wrestling team, was named the most outstanding wrestler at the NCAA Division II championships. Lamer defeated Branden Hinkle of West Liberty to earn a title for the third straight year; he won the 177-pound class in '94 and '95.