Cathy Homiek, TOMS RIVER, N.J.
Homiek, a senior attacker at Montclair State, set an NCAA record when she got her 184th career assist in an 18-1 win over Wilkes. She also holds the Division III single-season record for points, and she leads the Red Hawks in points this year.
Kevin Cooper, MISSISSAUGA, ONT.
Cooper, a senior forward at Middlebury College, scored the winning goal in a 1-0 overtime victory over St. Norbert to give the Panthers a NCAA Division III-record sixth national hockey championship. He was named Division III National Player of the Year.
Alexandra Lalli, NEWPORT, R.I.
Alexandra, a freshman at Rogers High, won the 50-yard freestyle at the Rhode Island Interscholastic League Girls' Swim Championships in a state-record time of 24.82 and also won the 100-yard freestyle. She set five school records this season.
Cole Province, CLAREMORE, OKLA.
Province, a senior at Central Oklahoma, won the NCAA Division II 133-pound championship, making him the third wrestler in Division II history to win four national titles. He ended the season with a 36-1 record and won 74 of his last 75 matches.
Sandi Clark, HINESTON, LA.
On consecutive days Clark, a righthanded pitcher at Louisiana College, threw a no-hitter and a perfect game, striking out 22 hitters in the two games. She has a 11-2 record this season, has struck out 121 batters in 92 innings and has an 0.38 ERA.
Dominitrix Johnson, BELL CITY, MO.
Dominitrix, a senior point guard at Bell City High, scored a game-high 40 points in a 74-62 win over St. Elizabeth for the Class 1 state basketball title. He led the Cubs in points, rebounds and assists this season and was named first-team Class 1 All-State.
Rachel Crissy, NAPERVILLE, ILL.
Basketball and Ice Hockey
As a guard on Naperville Central High's basketball team, Rachel helped the Redhawks defend their state Class AA tide. Thirteen hours later, as a forward for Team Illinois's 19-and-under girls' team, she assisted on the game-winning goal in the state championship.