Jennifer Barringer, OVIEDO, FLA.
Jennifer, a junior at Oviedo High, became the first Florida high school girl to break the 17-minute barrier for five kilometers with a time of 16:55 in the Class 4A state cross-country championships. The win gave her a second straight state title.
Stefan Gonet, RENFREWSHIRE, SCOTLAND
Gonet, a sophomore goalkeeper at Binghamton, helped the Bearcats win their first American East Conference title. He leads NCAA Division 1 with 16 shutouts and a 0.35 goals-against average and was named conference rookie and goalkeeper of the year.
Kim Glass, LANCASTER, PA.
Glass, a sophomore outside hitter at Arizona, had 15 matches with 20 or more kills, breaking her own single-season record. She had a 28-kill match against Oregon State on Nov. 14 and has reached 1,000 kills faster than any other player in Wildcat history.
Jesse Raynor, WEEDSPORT, N.Y.
Raynor, a senior tailback at Alfred University, finished his career with 3,865 rushing yards, a school record. He was also a starting cornerback, the placekicker and the Saxons' top kick returner, and he was named Empire 8 Conference player of the year.
Blair Lamb, FLAT ROCK, N.C.
Blair, a junior at East Henderson High, won her second state title when she shot a tournament-best 136 to win the Class 1-A/2-A/3-A championship at Gates Four Golf and Country Club in Fayetteville. She led the Eagles to their first state team title.
Adam Benford, RAVENSWOOD, W.VA.
Adam, a senior at Ravenswood High, won the Class AA-A state championship with a personal-best time of 16:36 for five kilometers. He also led the Red Devils to a state-record fourth consecutive team title.
Alyssa Carlow, MCLEAN, VA.
Carlow, a senior striker at Dickinson College, was named the 2003 Centennial Conference Women's Soccer player of the year. She led the conference in scoring for the third straight season and is its alltime leader in goals and points.