Archer, a senior goalie at Salisbury State, led the Sea Gulls to a 17-3 record and the quarterfinals of the Division III field hockey championships. Archer, who was a division All-America in the past two seasons, had 14 shutouts, a .926 save percentage and an 0.39 goals-against average this year.
Morey, a junior wide receiver for Brown, led Division I-AA in receiving with 143.4 yards per game. He set Ivy League records for receiving in a season (1,434), touchdown catches in a season (15), career receiving yards (2,807) and career touchdown receptions (29).
Lodwig, 54, swam to four gold medals at the U.S. long course Masters championships. He won the 50-, 100- and 200-meter freestyles, and the 50 butterfly in the 50-54 age group. An All-America swimmer at Nebraska in 1966, Lodwig holds six age-group world records in the freestyle and the butterfly.
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Mor and Petke, seniors on the Southern Connecticut State men's soccer team, led the Owls to a 79-3-7 record over the last four seasons, during which they never lost at home. Southern Connecticut won the Division II championship in 1995 and appeared in the national semis in Mor and Petke's other three years. Mor, a midfielder-forward, finished the year with nine goals and led the Owls with 13 assists while earning division All America honors for the second straight year. Petke, a defender, was for the second year in a row named both All-America and New England Collegiate Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
Burns, a senior at Parkview High, won the 52-kilogram division of the male juvenile B class at the Junior Olympic judo championships to earn his fourth gold medal in national judo competition. He has also won two national high school titles, in 1996 and '97, and the '97 U.S. Judo Federation juniors.