EDEN PRAIRIE, MINN.
Beeson, a senior guard on the Moorhead State basketball team, was named the Division II Academic All-America Player of the Year. Beeson, who led all Division II scorers with 33.3 points per game, graduated magna cum laude with a double major in marketing and management.
Burke, a 7'2" senior center for Southampton (N.Y.) College, was the only Division II player selected for the National Association of Basketball Coaches all-star game, in which he had five blocks in 15 minutes. Burke led all Division II shot blockers with 5.0 per game.
Michael, a senior guard at Brentwood Academy, made 87 consecutive free throws (over an 11-game span), the second-most in a row by a high school player, behind Daryl Moreau of De La Salle High in New Orleans, who sank 126 straight in 1978-79. Michael will attend North Carolina in the fall.
Bullock, a 5'11" junior forward at Norfolk State, scored a women's school-record and an NCAA women's Division II season-high 51 points in a 117-62 defeat of Elizabeth City State. Bullock, who led Division II scorers with 25.7 points per game, made 21 of 23 field goal attempts against Elizabeth City.
LOS ALTOS, CALIF.
Schram, 65, coach of the boys' eighth-grade basketball team at St. Simon School, won his 1,000th career game with a 50-47 win over Thomas R. Pollicita Middle School. Since 1964 Schram has led St. Simon, which has no gym, to 19 South Peninsula Catholic Athletic League titles.
Darcy, a senior guard at Chambers High, set the state career scoring record of 2,752 points, surpassing the 2,748 that Wilson High's Bill Holliday had from 1956 to '60. Darcy, who will play next year for Nebraska-Kearney, had 41 in the Lady Coyotes' 79-57 defeat of Wallace High in the Class D2 title game.