Sarah Huarte, SHINGLE SPRINGS, CALIF.
Huarte, a senior at Cal, won the Honda Collegiate Women's Sports Award, presented to the nation's top golfer. Her victory in the NCAA Division I championships gave the Golden Bears their first national titlist in women's golf.
Brady Endl, JEFFERSON, WIS.
Endl, a senior southpaw pitcher and first baseman at Wisconsin-Whitewater, was NCAA Division III player of the year. He set eight school records and helped the Warhawks reach this year's Division III world series. He was drafted by the Atlanta Braves.
Amy Appelt, GARDEN CITY, N.Y.
Appelt, a junior attack at Virginia, led the Cavaliers to the NCAA Division I tide and won three national player of the year awards, including the prestigious Tewaaraton Trophy. She scored a hat trick in 20 of her team's 22 games this season, an NCAA record.
Scott Gemberling, GRAFTON, W.VA.
Track and Field
Scott, a senior at Preston High, won the 800-, 1,600- and 3,200-meter events at West Virginia's Class AAA track meet. He also won the individual tide at the state cross-country championships, where the Knights earned their first state crown in any sport.
Lisa Sweeney, LUMBERTON, N.J.
Lisa, a junior righthander at Rancocas Valley High, struck out 424 batters, a state single-season record, and was named New Jersey player of the year. She had a 29-1 record with an 0.91 ERA and led the Red Devils to the state tide in the largest-school division.
Regis Lepage, AUBURN, MAINE
Lepage, 50, a management consultant, won the Super Comp drag racing championship at the NHRA's MAC Tools Gatornationals. It was his first victory in a national event. He drove a modified 2000 Chevrolet S-10 pickup in the seven-round elimination race.
Rolanda and Ronalda Grant
Twins Rolanda (left) and Ronalda, Martin Luther King High seniors, each won a division of the city's All-Public singles tournament.