Nikkie Hessney, VICTOR, N.Y.
Hessney, a junior forward at Vermont, scored a hat trick in two minutes and 22 seconds, breaking an NCAA Division I record, in a 4-0 win over Stetson. She was the first Catamount to get three goals in one game since 1998.
Jamarcus Shephard, FORT WAYNE, IND.
Shephard, a junior receiver at DePauw, had an 88-yard kickoff return, threw a 75-yard touchdown pass and had three receptions for 52 yards in a win over Hanover. He was named Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Football Offensive Player of the Week.
Magen Loew, BROOKSVILLE, FLA.
Magen, a sophomore at Central High, stopped to help a competitor who was having an asthma attack during the Lecanto Invitational. She put the stricken runner on her back and carried her to an official, then ran about a mile to retrieve the girl's inhaler.
Marc Young, GREER, S.C.
Marc, a senior lefthander at Riverside High, helped win three championships. He pitched the final game for the 3-A State title, the semifinal in the AAU (17 and under) national championship and the final in the Big League World Series.
Jennifer Joines, MILPITAS, CALIF.
Joines, a senior middle blocker at the University of the Pacific, was named conference player of the week for the seventh time and is the school's career kills leader, with 1,869. She is the charter member of the Tigers' 1,500-kill, 500-dig and 500-block club.
Charles Bedley, TORONTO
Bedley, 30, a personal trainer, won the eight-day, 100-mile ENDURrun World Endurance Championships in Kitchner, Ont. He won five of the seven race stages and had an overall time of 10 hours, two minutes and 55 seconds.
Anne O'Leary, SHORT HILLS, N.J.
Anne, a sophomore at Millburn High, won her third consecutive Essex County Country Club Girls junior tournament. The next day she won the New Jersey Junior Golf Girls Tournament at the Knob Hill Golf Club in Manalapan.