Katie Mullinix, WESTMINSTER, MD.
Mullinix, a senior pitcher at Salisbury (Md.) University, opened the 2003 season with back-to-back no-hitters, the first two hit-less games of her career. Those games were also the first consecutive no-hitters in team history.
Omar Wilkes, PLAYA DEL REY, CALIF.
Omar, a senior guard at Loyola High and son of former L.A. Laker Jamaal Wilkes, led the Cubs to their second consecutive Division I-A sectional championship. He shot 55% from the field and averaged 18 points per game.
R. Stanton Hales, WOOSTER, OHIO
Hales, president of The College of Wooster, won the USA Badminton National Senior Championship in the Grand Masters Division (60 and over) for the second year in a row. He had previously won back-to-back junior (1959-60) and men's championships ('70-71).
Tyler McCormick, OVERLAND PARK, KANS.
Tyler, a senior at Blue Valley North High, won the 125-pound state tide while setting a Kansas Wrestling Coaches Association record. He was 46-0, breaking his own record of 43 wins, set last year. This year he also set a team record for most pins in a season, 32.
Ryan Knippschild, RANCHO CORDOVA, CALIF.
Knippschild, a junior pitcher at the University of Kansas, struck out a career-high 12 batters when the Jayhawks beat Western Michigan 8-1. He did not walk a batter and gave up only six hits in his first complete game in college.
Beth Groselle, HIRAM. OHIO
Groselle, a freshman at Hiram College, set 11 individual school records in 11 events, ranging from the 50 free to the 400 individual medley. She was also part of five relay teams that set school records during the season and was the NCAC champion in the 200 IM.
Jim Lindsay, DEERFIELD, MASS.
Lindsay coached Deerfield Academy to its first New England Prep School Ice Hockey Championship in 19 years. It was his first championship in his 15-year run as head coach. He retires as one of the alltime winningest (262-74-20) coaches in prep school hockey.