Jennie Finch, LA MIRADA, CALIF.
Finch, a senior righthanded pitcher at Arizona, shut out Louisiana-Lafayette 1-0 to win her 56th consecutive game, an NCAA record. She struck out 12 in the one-hit victory. This season Finch was 16-0 with an ERA of 0.48 and 162 strikeouts through Saturday.
Robert Marshall, DOYLESTOWN, PA.
Marshall, 62, guided Delaware Valley College to its 10th Middle States Atlantic Conference championship. He was named the league coach of the year in his sport for the fifth time and will be inducted into his seventh Hall of Fame this summer. In 28 years of coaching the Aggies, he's 363-67-0.
Amalia Sarnecki, ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Amalia, a senior at Dexter High, set a state girls' record in the 100-yard breaststroke of 1:04.75. She also successfully defended her title in the 200 individual medley, in which she holds die state mark of 1:08.21, and was named Michigan female swimmer of the year for class B, C and D schools.
Shanna Zolman, SYRACUSE, IND.
Shanna, a senior at Wawasee High, scored 50 points in a 82-40 win over Elkhart Memorial to become the state's career scoring leader for girls. She led Indiana girls in scoring in all four of her varsity seasons and finished with 3,085 points and a 33.2 average.
Shane Komine, HONOLULU
Komine, a senior pitcher for Nebraska, earned national player of the week honors after a one-hit 9-4 win over McNeese State in which he struck out 14 of the 25 batters he faced. The Cornhuskers' only two-time first-team All-America, he has set school records for wins, innings pitched and strikeouts.
Cali King, HEALY, ALASKA
Cali, 17, won the Junior Iditarod with a time of 23:27:04 over a 162-mile course near Anchorage. The daughter of three-time Iditarod champ Jeff King, she beat last year's Junior winner, 17-year-old Tyrell Seavey of Seward, Alaska, by 33:26. Cali also plays volleyball, basketball and soccer at Tri-Valley High.