Jerriod Mack, Berkeley, Calif.
Track and Field
Mack, a sophomore at Cal, returned to competition just 2� weeks after an emergency appendectomy to win the triple jump, with a leap of 51'4�", and place second in the long jump as the Golden Bears won the men's team title at the Big Meet with Stanford.
Anne Morrell, Canton, Mich.
Anne, a senior forward at Plymouth Canton High, scored three goals in a 3-2 victory over Seaholm High in Birmingham and added three in a 7-0 defeat of Franklin High in Livonia as the Chiefs ran their record to 10-1-1 through Sunday. She led the team in goals for the season, with 25.
Quincy Cahill, Madisonville, Texas
Cahill, a sophomore at Texas A&M, won the individual reining title and the American Quarter Horse Association high-point-rider crown at the International Horse Show Association championships. The wins made her the top-ranked collegiate Western rider.
Catharine von Schwarz, Annapolis, Md.
Von Schwarz, a senior All-America at UCLA, scored three goals in an 11-4 win over last year's champion USC, to lead the Bruins to their fourth women's NCAA crown in five years. She redshirted in 1999, and this year became the first UCLA female athlete to play on four national title teams.
Wade Miller, Ozark, Ala.
Wade, a senior catcher at George W. Long High, broke the national high school single-season home run record when he hit his 30th homer of the year in a 14-2 win over Houston Academy. He also led the Rebels with a .533 batting average, 83 RBIs and 66 hits.
Hedy Pullman, Leawood, Kans.
Pullman, 89, a retired secretary who began swimming competitively at age 64, won the 50-and 100-yard freestyle, the 50 and 100 backstroke and the 50 breaststroke in the women's 85-89 age group at the U.S. Masters short course championships.