Katherine Hock, MINEOLA, N.Y.
Hock, a senior attack at Adelphi, scored six second-half goals, including the game-winner, to give the Panthers the NCAA Division II championship, their first national women's title. She is the school's alltime career leader in goals (151) and points (185).
Matt Seeberger, REDWOOD, CALIF.
Seeberger, a sophomore at UC Santa Cruz, won the NCAA Division III men's tennis singles title. He ended the season with a 25-match winning streak and a 33-3 record. Seeberger is the National Intercollegiate Tennis Association rookie of the year.
Sierra Hill, PALMETTO, GA.
Track and Field
Hill, a recent graduate of Landmark Christian School, won 16 Georgia high school tides during her career. She holds state individual records in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles and is the only woman to win the high-points award for four years at the state meet.
Stuart Sutherland, WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS
Sutherland, a junior righthander at Dallas Baptist, pitched a perfect game in the National Christian Conference Athletic Association World Series final, giving the Patriots a second straight NCCAA title. He was a Louisville Slugger national player of the week.
Adrienn Hegedus, ZRINYI UTCA, HUNGARY
Hegedus, a senior at BYU-Hawaii, led the Seasiders to a 35-0 record and their third consecutive NCAA Division II national title. She ended the season with a 22-0 singles record and was named Pacific West Conference player of the year for the third time.
Weston Dressler, BISMARCK, N.DAK.
Track and Field
Dressler, a graduate of Bismarck High, was named the North Dakota track athlete of the year after winning the 100, 200 and 400 meters at the state Class A meet. A standout at running back, he was also the state Gatorade football athlete of the year.
Lillie West, DAVENPORT, OKLA.
West, a graduate of Davenport High, won the Oklahoma Class 2A individual girls' golf championship in Hinton. After the tournament she flew to Oklahoma City, where as a shortstop she helped the Bulldogs win their fifth consecutive Softball title.