Tiffany Hodgens, SAN DIEGO
Hodgens, a senior attacker at UC Davis, scored 10 goals in three games on March 6, bringing her career total to 330 goals, the most ever by a woman college player. She is a two-time All-America.
Nicholas Chinman, BOULDER, COLO.
Nicholas, a sophomore at Boulder High, won the gold medal in cadet men's �p�e and the silver medal in junior men's �p�e at the Junior Olympics in Cleveland. He is ranked first in the nation in both categories and will go to the junior world championships.
Matt Rawlings, WHARTON, TEXAS
Rawlings, a freshman at the University of Alaska—Fairbanks, shot a perfect 400 from the prone position to win the individual smallbore title at the NCAA championships. He also was second in air rifle as the Nanooks won a sixth straight team title.
Briana Jackucewicz, HOWELL, N.J.
Track and Field
Briana, a seventh-grader at Howell Middle School North, lowered the 5,000-meter high school record by nine seconds, to 16:43.02, at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships. No seventh-grader had set a national high school record since Mary Decker in 1971.
Jeremy Rosenbalm, ARLINGTON, ORE.
Jeremy, a senior guard at Arlington High, scored 52 points in a 69-65 win over Dufur High, setting a state tournament single-game record. His career total of 2,324 points makes him the third most prolific scorer in Oregon history.
Emmett Willson, SHEPHERD, MONT.
Willson, a senior in the 197-pound class at Montana State Northern, won his third title at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics championships. He was undefeated for the season and was named the tournament's outstanding wrestler.
Tasha Humphrey, GAINESVILLE, GA.
Tasha, a senior forward at Gainesville High, led the Red Elephants to their third Georgia AAA girls' title, scoring 29 points in a 61-33 win over Fannin County High. She had 2,663 career points and was named to the McDonald's All-American team.