Gao Jun, Gaithersburg, Md.
Jun, 29, the No. 1-ranked American women's player, defeated Amy Feng, 28, of Atlanta 3-1 in the singles final at the U.S. championships. She also won the women's doubles, with Feng, and the mixed doubles, with Cheng Yinghua, 39, of Gaithersburg, Md.
John Gurskis, Brockton, Mass.
Gurskis, a senior forward and the career scoring leader for St. Michael's College in Colchester, Vt., got his 200th point by scoring the deciding goal in the Knights' 6-5 victory over Bentley College. Through Sunday he had led St. Michael's to a 14-5 record and amassed 218 points.
Kimberly Kolb, Fort Benning, Ga.
Kolb, 29, a U.S. Army staff sergeant, broke eight women's national records at the Service Pistol 2700 match. Shooting .22-and .45-caliber pistols, she had perfect 10s on 97% of her shots and finished with 2,608 points of a possible 2,700 to win the match, at which 20 shooters competed.
Michael Davis Jr., Novelty, Ohio
Michael, who recently turned 14, won the 13-and-under George Kugler Manufactuers Cup grand national championship. Racing in the four-cycle junior sportsman class, Michael finished first in four of five national races and accumulated 911 points to win the title.
Natalie Steele, Greenfield, Wis.
Steele, a senior outside hitter for the women's team at Taylor University in Upland, Ind., established a record for career kills in the NAIA, with 3,602. She also plays center for the Lady Trojans basketball team, averaging 14.2 points and 8.3 rebounds a game through Sunday.
Bill Mayhew, Troutman, N.C.
Mayhew, 57, won his 500th game as coach at South Iredell High, when the Vikings beat Bandys High of Catawba 48-27. Mayhew, who ended the 1997-98 dual-meet season with a career record of 512-92-1, was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in December.