Mari Creatini, NEWTON, MASS.
Creatini, a junior forward at Northeastern, leads Division I in points (60), points per game (3.5), goals (24) and goals per game (1.4). She scored her fifth hat trick of the season—and tied the Huskies' single-season goal record—in a 4-0 win over Maine.
Wayne Davis, GARRISON, TEXAS
Davis, a senior running back at Louisiana College, set a state collegiate and American Southwest Conference rushing record when he ran for 322 yards (on 34 carries) in a win against McMurry. He scored three of the Wildcats' four fourth-quarter touchdowns.
Rana Hoffbauer, INDIANAPOLIS
Hoffbauer, 29, a junior midfielder at Marian College, set a school scoring record (20 goals, four assists) in the first 11 games. She scored five goals in a game against Campbellsville and was player of the week in the NAIA region 8 Mid-Central College Conference.
Mohamed Trafeh, DUARTE, CALIF.
Mohamed, a senior at Duarte High, ran a meet-best 15:16 while winning his division of the 5K Stanford Invitational. He also ran a 14:17 in the three-mile Woodbridge Invitational, breaking the 11-year-old course record. Nationally he is ranked first at three miles.
Domini Lanzone, RIVER EDGE, N.J.
Lanzone, a senior outside hitter at Rutgers- Newark, reached 2,000 career kills while leading the Scarlet Raiders to the Golden Dome Invitational title. She also made her 1,000th dig and was named tournament MVP.
Jonathan Myles, RUMNEY, N.H.
Myles, 21, a member of the U.S. national team, won all three heats to take the men's singles title at the U.S. National Luge Start Championships, an indoor competition that tests starting speed, in Lake Placid, N.Y. He won bronze at the 2002 junior world championships.
Rebeccah Wassner, NEW YORK CITY
Wassner, 28, a CPA, finished first in her age group (and was the third woman overall) at the USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships. The victory qualified her for the world championships in New Zealand in December.