Richard Burns, Clinton, Md.
Richard, a senior safety and wide receiver at Surrattsville High, returned two fumbles 52 yards each for touchdowns in the final 2:20 to clinch the Hornets' 24-20 come-from-behind win over Fort Hill High in Cumberland. He also caught five passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.
Dawn Cady, Marshall, Minn.
Cady, a senior outside hitter for Kansas State, earned national women's player of the week honors for leading the Wildcats to wins over Texas Tech and then fourth-ranked Nebraska. She had a Big 12 women's record 93 attacks as K-State beat the Cornhuskers for the first time in 58 tries.
Tracie Moll, Fort Lauderdale
Moll, 36, set three world records in the 35-39 age group in winning five events at the national long-course championships. Her records came in the 50- and 100-meter butterfly and the 50 freestyle. She also won the 100 and 200 free. Her 26.66 in the 50 free qualified her for the U.S. Olympic trials.
Mandy Clemens, San Diego
Clemens, a senior forward at Santa Clara, became the Broncos' alltime top women's scorer—164 points—with a goal and three assists in a 4-0 victory over previously unbeaten St. Mary's. Her 40 points this season have led Santa Clara to a 15-0 record and the No. 1 national ranking.
Michael Power, Melbourne, Australia
Power, a senior at Arkansas, was named SEC male athlete of the week for the second time this season after his runner-up finish at the Cowboy Jamboree. The victor at the Hurricane Invitational in September, Power has won three of five events dating back to last season.
Martina Nedorostova, Bratislava, Slovakia
Nedorostova, a sophomore at Texas A&M, went 7-1 in women's and mixed doubles to lead the Aggies to victory at the inaugural national collegiate coed team championships. Nedorostova and Shuon Madden beat Duke's Doug Root and Brooke Siebel in mixed doubles to sew up the title.