Clement, a sophomore guard on the Grinnell College basketball team, and Wynne, a senior forward on the Seton Hall women's team, set records for three-point shooting and rebounding, respectively. Clement established an NCAA mark for three-pointers in a game when he made 16 in the Pioneers' 151-112 win over Monmouth (Ill.) College. He broke the record of 15 set earlier this season by Marshall's Keith Veney. Wynne became the women's leader in rebounds in Big East Conference games as she ended her career with 798 (good for another conference mark of 11.2 a game), eclipsing the 714 of Connecticut's Rebecca Lobo.
WEST LINN, ORE.
Browne, a senior at West Point, became the first Cadet to run a sub-four-minute mile indoors with a 3:59.37 in Army's 82-63 dual-meet victory over Navy. He also set two other Cadet records in recent weeks—7:57.43 in the 3,000 meters and 13:42.40 in the 5,000.
GRANITE CITY, ILL.
Dowdy, a sophomore midfielder on the women's soccer team at Lewis & Clark Community College in Godfrey, Ill., was named the women's junior college player of the year. She led the 13-5 Trailblazers to the No. 10 final national ranking with 76 points, on 28 goals and 20 assists.
Lunde, a junior at UNLV, won the individual title at the Taylor Made/ Big Island Intercollegiate tournament by shooting a six-under-par 210 at the Waikaoloa Kings' Course in Kona, Hawaii. He beat USC senior Brian Hull by one stroke and led the No. 1-ranked Rebels to the team crown.
Dantzler, 36, a third-degree black belt, won the black belt heavyweight division at the Maryland state judo championships for an unprecedented 11th consecutive year. As coach of the Maryland judo team, he also has helped develop 192 state champions and 10 national titlists since 1989.