NORTH HAVEN, CONN. > Soccer
Weimer, a junior forward at Penn State, finished the season first in goals and second in points per game in NCAA Division I, and was named the Big Ten's offensive player of the year. She scored 26 goals, including six game-winners, for the 19-3-1 Nittany Lions.
January 17, 2005
LACEY, WASH. > Football
Jonathan, a senior running back at Timberline High, finished high school with 95 touchdowns, set a state record with 7,757 rushing yards and led the Blazers to a second straight Pac-9 championship. He was a finalist for the Walter Payton Trophy.
ELKTON, MD. > Field Hockey
Chambers, a senior forward at Messiah, set NCAA Division III records for scoring in a single season (103 points) and career (297) and was named the division's player of the year. She is a three-time All-America and Commonwealth Conference player of the year.
SAN JOSé, COSTA RICA > Soccer
Segares, a senior defender at Virginia Commonwealth, helped the Rams shut out eight opponents and limit the 13 others to 22 goals. He also scored four goals, including a game-winner in the NCAA tournament, and was Colonial Athletic Association defensive player of the year.
VICTORVILLE, CALIF. > Volleyball
Harris, a senior outside hitter at Cal State--San Bernardino, was the NCAA Division II player of the year. She had 11 double doubles (kills and digs) during the season, set a Division II tournament record with 45 kills in the Coyotes' Pacific Region title win and led the team to the Elite Eight.
EASTMAN, GA. > Basketball
Brown, a senior guard at Columbus State (Ga.), scored a school-record 47 points, then became the first Cougar to have back-to-back 40-plus games, scoring 43 points four days later. He has 1,066 points in 43 games and is leading the Peach Belt Conference in scoring.
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