Elaina Mahoney, Tucson
Mahoney, 58, a freshman at Pima Community College, finished as high as fourth and no lower than eighth in the Aztecs' five events—all victories—to help Pima get to the May 16-18 NJCAA national championship in McHenry, Md. Mahoney's stroke average is 89, and as a language major she has an A average.
Hunter Mahan, McKinney, Texas
Hunter, 16, a junior at McKinney High, won his second consecutive American Junior Golf Association event, the Scottsdale ( Ariz.) Junior Classic. The nation's second-ranked schoolboy, Hunter finished second in Texas's Class 4A championship last May and in February won the Kiawah Island ( S.C.) Shootout.
Megan Bursey, Cramerton, N.C.
Megan, 15, a freshman at South Point High, is the first girl to earn a spot on the Red Raiders' boys' team. Megan, who took up golf only last September, has a 51.3 stroke average in three nine-hole matches, with a low score of 47. She ranks first in her class of 319 with a 4.5 (out of 4.0) grade point average.