Kate Hagstrom, PORTOLA, CALIF.
Hagstrom, a senior setter at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, became the fourth woman in Division III history with 400 service aces after she nailed nine in a win over Southern Maine. Last season she was the New England Small College Athletic Conference player of the year.
Ronald Smalls, OLNEY, MD.
Smalls, a sophomore cornerback at Morehouse College, intercepted three passes and had a 25-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the Maroon Tigers' 37-30 defeat of Benedict College. Smalls, a walk-on as a freshman, leads Division II with eight interceptions in seven games.
Lee Alexander, PLAINVIEW NEB.
Track and Field
Alexander, 70, a feedlot owner, won the 100,200 and 400 meters in the men's 70-74 age group at the state senior games, qualifying in all three events for the 2001 Senior Olympics. He had previously earned age-group golds in those three events at the Cornhusker Games.
Jennifer Corsilli, FAIRFIELD, N.J.
Corsilli, a freshman at Holy Cross, led the nation's goalkeepers in goals-against average (.500) and save percentage (.897) after a 6-0 shutout of Ursinus College. A veteran of the U.S. Junior Olympic and National Futures teams, she had eight shutouts in 12 games through Saturday.
Sarah Pickens, GREENSBORO, N.C.
Pickens, a junior forward at Duke, scored the game-winner as the Blue Devils upset then No. 2 Clemson 1-0. Pickens collected a cross in the box from midfielder Susan Kraeger and beat Tigers keeper Katie Carson to the near post for her team-leading seventh goal of the season.
David Schultz, CHICAGO
Schultz, 55, an attorney, swept the men's golds at the state senior games, beating Dick Loescher, 58, of Bolingbrook in singles and then teaming with Loescher to win the doubles. Earlier this year Schultz got three golds at the city senior games, winning singles, doubles and mixed doubles.