Kerron Clement, LA PORTE, TEXAS
Track and Field
Clement, a sophomore at Florida, won his third 400-meter hurdles title in a month, at the NCAA Division I outdoor track and field championships. The SEC freshman indoor runner of the year, a native of Trinidad, became a U.S. citizen on June 7.
Janet Nagle, MINNETONKA, MINN.
Nagle, a junior lefthander at the University of St. Thomas, led the Tommies to a 46-4 record, an NCAA Division III-record 41-game winning streak and their first NCAA national tide. She went 10-0 in the postseason and threw a one-hit shutout in the title game.
Treat Huey, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Huey, a graduate of St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School, ended his third consecutive undefeated season by winning his 30th straight match and his third Ben Johns Invitational title. The USTA's top-ranked Boys' 18 Singles player will attend the University of Virginia.
Kadie Stamper, JOPPA, MD.
Stamper, a midfielder who recently graduated from C. Milton Wright High, scored 48 goals and led the Mustangs to their first Class 4A-3A state championship. She had eight goals and four assists in the title game, setting a tournament record for points.
Benson Simpson, SYRACUSE, N.Y.
Simpson, 32, a cook, broke three state Special Olympics power-lifting records at the New York 2004 Summer Games. He bench-pressed 270 pounds and deadlifted 440 pounds for a combined total of 710 pounds, 105 pounds over the previous mark.
Liz Woodworth, MARINETTE, WIS.
Track and Field
Woodworth, a senior at Wisconsin-Oshkosh, won national titles in the 800 (indoor and out) and 1,500 meters (outdoor), and led the Titans to indoor and outdoor NCAA Division III championships. She set the division records for the outdoor 800 and 1,500.
Scott Hyde, GRANTS PASS, ORE.
Hyde, a senior righthander at George Fox, went 3-0 in the NCAA Division III national championships to give the Bruins the title in their first tournament appearance. He led the division in wins (14) and strikeouts (191) during the regular season.