Bobby Kingsbury, LYNDHURST, OHIO
Kingsbury, a sophomore centerfielder at Fordham, set a single-game school record and tied an NCAA mark when he stole eight bases in a 5-1 defeat of Wagner. Kingsbury, who through Sunday led the Rams in hitting at .365, doubled the previous Fordham stolen base record.
Mariel Zagunis, BEAVERTON, ORE.
Mariel, 16, won three golds at the junior and cadet world meet, winning the under-17 and under-20 women's sabre titles and leading the U.S. to the women's team sabre crown. A member of the 2000 world champion U.S. senior women's team, she's the only American to win four world titles.
Jerry Vaughn, CHARLOTTE
Track and Field
Vaughn, 65, a retired human resources manager, won the regional master's shot put in the 65-69 age group with a throw of 45'11�", surpassing the record by nearly three feet. Vaughn, who hadn't put the shot for 37 years, has won 42 gold medals since resuming in 1995.
Emily Bloss, WELLSVILLE, KANS.
Bloss, a senior forward at Emporia State University, was named the Daktronics's Division II women's player of the year after leading the Lady Hornets to a 29-2 record and an NCAA South Central Regional runner-up finish. She's Emporia State's No. 2 career scorer, with 1,915 points.
Lawrence Eyre, FAIRFIELD, IOWA
Eyre, 52, the boys' coach at the Maharishi School, has guided the Pioneers to a 7-1 record as they pursue their third straight sweep of the state 1-A singles, doubles and team championships. Since 1991 Maharishi has won 14 individual, doubles and team state crowns.
Josh Koscheck, WAYNESBURG, PA.
Koscheck, a junior at Edinboro (Pa.) University, defeated Maurice Worth of Army 8-1 to win the NCAA championship in the 174-pound class. Koscheck, who is a three-time All-America and was a runner-up in last year's NCAAs, went 42-0 this season and won 14 bouts by pin.