Marie Patrick, Salem, N.J.
Patrick, a sophomore forward-center at Salem Community College, is fourth among the National Junior College Athletic Association's Division II women players in scoring, with a 26.0-point average through Sunday. She was also pulling down 18.75 rebounds for the 17-11 Lady Oaks.
Roy Johnson, Dawsonville, Ga.
Johnson, a 436-pound senior at McPherson ( Kans.) College who recently returned to competition after missing two years because of a back injury, won the superheavyweight division of the collegiate championships. He snatched 292 pounds and clean-and-jerked 375 for a total of 667.
Uros Pavlovcic, Dovje, Slovenia
Pavlovcic, a junior at Sierra Nevada College, won the slalom and giant slalom in the college division at the Utah state games. Last year, as a member of the national team of Slovenia, he was the gold medalist in the giant slalom and the bronze medalist in the slalom at the World University Games.
William Bell, Jonesboro, Ark.
Track and Field
Bell, 75, a retired doctor, established a 75-79 age group world record in the pole vault by clearing 10'�". Earl, the youngest of William's four vaulting sons, briefly held the outdoor world record, at 18' 7�", in 1976 and tied for the bronze medal at the 1984 Olympics.
Akhnaten Spencer-El, New York City
Akhnaten, 18, who stands No. 4 in the junior world sabre rankings, finished third at the Budapest event to earn his second medal in Junior World Cup competition this season. Earlier he had received a silver medal at the Palermo event. As a 17-year-old he was the U.S. 18-and-under champion.
Julie Scott, Austin
Scott, a senior at Stanford, won the women's singles and doubles at the collegiate indoor championships. In singles she beat Lauren Nikolaus of William & Mary 6-1, 7-6. In doubles she and fellow Cardinal Ania Bleszynski defeated Karen Goldstein and Vanessa Webb of Duke 4-6, 7-6, 7-5.