Heasley, a junior at Kenyon College, swam to NCAA records in the 100- and 200-yard butterfly (57.96 and 2:07.57) at the Division III championships in Canton, Ohio. She was also victorious in the 200- and 400-yard individual medleys.
Cooper, who now plays first base for the Padres' Class A farm club in Spokane, batted .446 last season as a junior at Georgia Southern. He finished in the NCAA Division I top 10 in home runs (26), RBIs (94) and slugging percentage (.892).
DENHAM SPRINGS, LA.
Shannon, 16, a junior at Denham Springs High, led her Softball team to a 25-0 record and the state AAAA high school title. She pitched 13 shutouts, 2 perfect games and 2 no-hitters for the Yellow Jackets en route to a 23-0 season and an 0.97 ERA.
NEW BRITAIN, CONN.
Noniewicz, 21, a senior at the University of Vermont and the captain of the Catamount lacrosse team, was one of the 10 best goalies in the nation with a .654 save percentage. It was the third year that Noniewicz finished in the top 10.
Lanae, 18, defeated Brenda Hacker 6-3, 6-1 to become Indiana's first four-time state high school tennis singles champion. Lanae, who plans to attend the University of Texas, completed her career at Castle High with a 100-0 record.
Andrew, 18, who last June graduated from Wolfson High, shot a final-round 70 for a one-under total of 212 for 54 holes to win the Press Thornton Future Masters Golf Tournament in Dothan, Ala. The field included 633 competitors.