Todd Meyer, YORK, PA.
Meyer, a senior shortstop at Alvernia College, batted .589, hit
21 homers and had 74 RBIs in a 23-game span, earning him five
straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference player of the week
honors. He also scored 55 runs for the Crusaders during that
Larry Colbert, GLENARDEN, MD.
Track and Field
Colbert, 65, a high school track and field coach, set two world
records for his age group at the U.S. masters indoor
championships, running the 200 meters in 26.73 seconds and the
400 in 59.35. He has also won gold at the Penn Relays in each of
the last three decades.
Lauren Simone, DELRAN, N.J.
Simone, a senior attack at Princeton, scored the go-ahead goal as
she led her team to a 10-6 victory over Brown for the Tigers'
sixth Ivy League title in the sport and their team-record 15th
consecutive win. She is the Tigers' leading scorer, with 43 goals
Ted Brown, PETERBOROUGH, ONT.
Brown, a junior at Virginia Commonwealth University, led the Rams
to their seventh straight Colonial Athletic Association
tournament title and won the men's CAA individual crown after
shooting a conference-record 12 under par over the three-day
Erika Anschutz, GRAND ISLAND, NEB.
Erika, 13, won the youth female freestyle at the National Field
Archery Association's indoor nationals with the second-highest
score by a female amateur at the event. She also set an American
record at the junior Olympic indoor championships.
David Booth, WASHINGTON, MICH.
David, 17, a forward on the U.S. national under-18 team, scored
the go-ahead goal in a 3-1 victory over Russia in Piestany,
Slovakia, to give Team USA its first gold at the world
championships for that age group and its first win on foreign
soil since 1933.
Lindsey Coulles, CENTERVILLE, OHIO
Lindsey, a junior at Centerville High School, won the Ohio high
school individual crown and led the Elks to the state title. She
rolled a 248 triplicate for a three-game series, topping all the
state qualifiers, including boys.