Cieslak, a senior golfer at Methodist College in Fayetteville, N.C., was named women's NCAA Division III player of the year, and Householder, a senior at Cal State- San Bernardino, won the men's Division II title. Cieslak was the top Division III finisher at the combined Division II and III women's tournament, tying for third with a 28-over-par 320 at the El Campe�n course in Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. Householder set a Division II championship record for strokes under par at Legends Trail Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz., shooting a 15-under 273 to hold off Felipe Aguilar of North Florida, who finished two strokes back.
Michael, a 6'6", 275-pound Moeller High freshman competing in his first year of track and field, won the Division I East District shot put title with a city-best throw of 55'�". He also placed second in the state regionals with a toss of 54'3". Michael is the son of former Bengals offensive tackle Anthony Mu�oz.
Smith, a senior at UNLV, became the first unseeded player to win two NCAA men's tennis championships in the same year. He beat USC's George Bastl 6-1, 7-6 for the singles title and teamed with Tim Blenkiron to beat Bastl and Kyle Spencer 6-4, 6-4 for the doubles crown.
Wilson, a junior catcher on the Norfolk State softball team, was the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) player of the year. She led the CIAA in home runs (12), RBIs (84), hits (73) and runs (73), and batted .518 to power the 38-9 Spartanettes to the association's tournament title.
Schlanger, 41, coached the South Bronx High boys' fitness team to its second national title in three years. In the five events (sit-ups, push-ups, standing broad jump, pull-ups and 300-yard run) at the Marine Corps youth fitness nationals in San Diego, South Bronx scored 2,322 points to edge Emmaus (Pa.) High.