Joanna Lohman, SILVER SPRING, MD.
Lohman, a senior at Penn State University and captain of the United States Under-21 national soccer team, led the team to its fifth straight Nordic Cup title. She scored both U.S. goals in the championship game, a 2-1 victory over Sweden.
Ryan Jobes, WILLIAMSTOWN, W.VA.
Track and Field
Ryan, a senior at Williamstown High, won the 400-, 800- and 1600-meter races and anchored the first-place 4 x 400-meter relay at the Class A state championships. He led the Yellow Jackets to their first state title and was the leading point scorer for all levels.
Kelley Hurley, SAN ANTONIO
Kelley, 15, a sophomore at Warren High and the youngest member of the United States fencing team, competed for the silver-medal-winning senior women's �p�e team at the Pan American Games. She was named to the U.S. senior world championships team.
Andrew Singer, WAKEFIELD, R.I.
Singer, a recent graduate of South Kingstown High, won his third Rhode Island Interscholastic League singles title. He also led the Rebels to their fifth straight team championship, going 21-0 for the season and never losing a set.
Anna Monsen, STOUGHTON, WIS.
Track and Field
Monsen, a recent graduate of Stoughton High, became the first woman to win four consecutive Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association titles in the 100-meter dash. She won the 2003 title in 12.28 seconds, despite an injured hamstring.
Bob Anderson, CHULA VISTA, CALIF.
Anderson, 60, a coach for USA Wrestling, won the gold medal in the 97kg class (56+ age group) at the Veterans Freestyle world championships in Budapest. He went undefeated throughout the tournament, with no points scored against him.
Kelli McMahon, WESTVILLE, ILL.
Kelli, a sophomore righthander at Westville High, ended the season with a 15-4 record, with 143 strikouts in 132? innings pitched and an 0.37 ERA. She led the Lady Tigers to their first Illini Central Conference championship.