PAUL STECK
SUMMIT, N.J.

TINA STECK
SUMMIT, N.J.

Paul and his sister Tina, both former YMCA national diving champions, won an intercollegiate title apiece this year. A 22-year-old senior at Cornell and an All-America, Paul was the Eastern Seaboard one-meter champion for the third straight time and became the first diver in 15 years to achieve a three-meter/one-meter double. A 21-year-old junior at Barnard College, Tina won the three-meter competition at the Ivy League championships for the second time in three years.

QUINTIN DAILEY
BALTIMORE
Dailey, 18, a high school All-America and Baltimore's Player of the Year, averaged 33.2 points and 11 rebounds for 27-5 Cardinal Gibbons High. The 6'4" senior hit 56% of his shots and had a three-year varsity total of 2,844 points.

TIM MERZWEILER
ALBUQUERQUE
Tim, a 132-pound wrestler at Sandia High, had 20 takedowns and 53 points in a match against Gadsden High. He finished his high school career with 58 straight wins and two state titles, taking the 126-pound division as a junior.

BABS LOMBARD
HALE CENTER, TEXAS

JOE LOMBARD
HALE CENTER, TEXAS

Babs, 28, and her husband Joe, 26, each coached a girls' basketball team to a Texas high school championship this year. Babs' Hale Center Owlettes had a 30-3 record and a 46-29 win over Rivercrest High in the Class A title game. The same day, Joe, who is in his first year of coaching, guided the Nazareth Swiftettes, who were 36-4, to a 46-43 victory over Weatherford Brock for the Class B championship. Their teams met once during the season, and his edged hers 33-32.

SIX PHOTOS
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)