DiFazio, a sophomore at Miami-Dade Community College, South, won the one-and three-meter diving titles at the national junior college championships. He went undefeated (15-0) in two years of juco competition.
Cyborski, a junior guard at Delaware, converted 74 of 79 free throws this season to establish an NCAA women's record for foul-shooting percentage (93.7%). She went 31 for 31 during one stretch, to set a school mark.
Panetta, a senior lacrosse attackman at Johns Hopkins, had three goals and four assists as the Blue Jays beat defending national champ Syracuse 18-12. Through last week, he had a team-leading 36 points for the season.
Deen, a senior at the College of St. Francis in Joliet, Ill., won her second NAIA/American Volleyball Coaches All-America Player of the Year award. She holds the NAIA women's record for career kills (2,433).
Burns, 70, directed the Arlington High hockey team (16-2) to its 38th visit to the state tournament. During his 42 years, Arlington has won 33 New England, Eastern Massachusetts, state and league titles.
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Maryann, 12, became the youngest slider ever named to the U.S. Junior Development luge team when, in her first season of racing, she finished eighth in the women's 19-and-under age group at the U.S. Junior Nationals.