Kelly Kulick, Union, N.J.
Kulick, a junior at Morehead State, led the Lady Eagles to the women's national collegiate crown, throwing two strikes in the 10th frame to clinch the title match against Central Missouri State. She was named women's college bowler of the year for 1997 and '98.
Fred Watson, Georgetown, S.C.
Watson, a senior forward and captain at Benedict College in Columbia, S.C., had double doubles in 25 of the Tigers' 28 games this season as he paced NAIA Division I in rebounds, with 13.9 per game. He also led the Tigers in scoring average, with 20.2 points a game.
Sean Lonergan, Germantown, Md.
Lonergan, a junior at Maryland, won his second national college singles title after saving seven match points in the third game to beat Brian Pace of Broward C.C. in Coconut Creek, Fla., 21-18, 18-21, 22-20. Lonergan also was doubles champ, with Richard Lee of Johns Hopkins.
Lauren Lubus, St. Louis
Lauren, 14, won the girls' 19-and-under age-group crowns in the 100- and 200-yard butterfly at the Junior National Southeast Regional Championships. She swam the 200 in 2:01.05, and her time in the event was the fastest in the U.S. this year for girls 14 and under.
Mike Fedderly, Palm Desert, Calif.
Fedderly, 38, swept the men's singles and doubles titles at the 35-and-over national hard-court championships. In singles he beat Andrew Stoner of Scottsdale, Ariz., 6-1, 6-2. In doubles he teamed with Greg Neuhart of West Palm Beach, Fla., to defeat Andrew Stoner and Eric Styrmoe, 6-3, 6-4.
Phil McMullen, Cadillac, Mich.
Track and Field
McMullen, a senior at Western Michigan, won the decathlon at the Sea Ray Relays with 8,008 points, the best score by a collegian this year. He has won three straight Mid-American Conference titles and was runner-up at the '97 NCAAs. He also won the decathlon at the '98 Penn Relays with 7,723 points.