Becky Berzonski, NORTH EAST, PA.
Berzonski, a junior at UNC Wilmington, won the Big South women's golf championship and led the Lady Seahawks to their third straight team tide. She also won two regular-season individual titles and was named conference player of the year.
Joe Walters, ROCHESTER, N.Y.
Walters, a sophomore attack at Maryland, was named Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year, following his rookie of the year win in 2003. The tournament MVP, he scored a conference-record nine goals as he led the Terps to the ACC championship.
Mel Thomas, CINCINNATI
Mel, a senior guard at Mount Notre Dame High, averaged 20.9 points as she led the Cougars to a 28-0 record and the state Division I girls' title. She was named Ohio's Ms. Basketball by the Associated Press.
Shaun Dyk, MOORESVILLE, N.C.
Dyk, a junior opposite at California Baptist University, had 15 kills and five digs to defeat Newman in the national championship match and give the Lancers their third NAIA volleyball title. He was named the tournament MVP.
Kate Pouliot, FOUNTAIN INN, S.C.
Kate, a senior righthander at Hillcrest High, has struck out 154 batters in 110 innings to lead the Rams, Class AAAA champions for the last two years, to a 29-2 record. She has a 0.27 ERA for the season and holds the state record for consecutive victories, with 66.
Jeff Glasbrenner, LITTLE ROCK Wheelchair
Glasbrenner, 31, a center for the Denver Rolling Nuggets, scored a tournament-record 63 points in a 110-99 win over Dallas for the National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Division I title. His point total broke the previous mark, set in 1968, by 24 points.
Audrey Slaughter, HENDERSON, KY.
Audrey, a sixth-grader at South Middle School, won the individual girls' elementary division tide at the 2004 National Archery in Schools Championship in Louisville. She scored 259 out of a possible 300 total points.