Angie Yoon, San Diego
Yoon, a junior All-America at Nevada, shot a two-under-par 142 over 36 holes to beat Oklahoma's Allison Johnson by four stokes in the Mountain View Collegiate Tournament and win her fourth event in a row and the seventh of her college career. Through Sunday five of her 14 rounds of play this year had been subpar.
Caroline Weaver, South Burlington, Vt.
Caroline, 8, won the 25-, 50-and 100-yard freestyle, the 25 and 50 backstroke, the 50 butterfly and the 100 individual medley at the New England girls' eight-and-under championships and led her team, Green Mountain Aquatics, to a third-place finish.
Amy Jensen, Brisbane, Australia
Jensen, a senior at Cal, teamed with Claire Curran to beat Arizona's Lindsay Blau and Michelle Gough 5-7, 7-5, 6-2 in the women's doubles title match at the Rolex National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships. The win gave her a third Intercollegiate Tennis Association Grand Slam crown.
Jack Fairs, London, Ont.
Fairs, 78, the men's coach at the University of Western Ontario for 36 years, guided the Mustangs to the Ontario university crown for the 17th straight year. Western Ontario has won the title in 27 of the 36 years it has been contested. Fairs, who also coaches football and basketball, has been at the school for 54 years.
Nick Simmons, Williamston, Mich.
Nick, a junior at Williamston High, pinned Adam Cook of Hamilton High in 28 seconds to win the 119-pound class at the Michigan Division III tournament. The victory was his 46th straight this season and ran his career high school record through Sunday to 155-0.
Carisa Zaban, Glenview, Ill.
Zaban, a senior center at New Hampshire, scored two goals and added one assist in a 5-1 victory over Dartmouth to become the highest woman career scorer in school history. Through Sunday she had accumulated 263 points, on 118 goals and 145 assists, for the Wildcats.