Fiona O'Keeffe | Davis, Calif. | Cross-country
Fiona, a senior at Davis Senior High, won the 5K Stanford Invitational in 16:32.10, the top time in the nation this season. A week earlier she took the three-mile De La Salle Invitational in a course-record 16:41.00. The two-time defending CIF Division 1 champion, Fiona was fourth in last year's Nike Cross Nationals.
Grant House | Maineville, Ohio | Swimming
Grant, a junior at St. Xavier High, anchored the U.S.'s gold medal win at world juniors in Singapore with a 1:49.29 leg in the 800-meter freestyle relay; the team set a junior world record by 1.6 seconds (7:13.76). A six-time state champ, he led the AquaBombers to a seventh Ohio Division I title and the NISCA national championship last season.
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Carnae Dillard | San Antonio | Volleyball
Dillard, a 5'8" senior outside hitter at North Texas, was named MVP of the Tulsa Invitational after leading the Mean Green with 20 kills, 10 digs and a season-high .487 hitting percentage in a 3--0 sweep of Tulsa. The 2014 Conference USA player of the year, she was leading D-I with 5.34 kills per set and 390 total kills at week's end.
Tharzan Laurore | Boston | Football
Tharzan, a senior running back, defensive back and kicker filling in at quarterback for Cathedral High, ran for three touchdowns, passed for another and returned an interception for a TD in a 36--26 come-from-behind win over Pope John Paul II High of Hyannis. He had nine rushing touchdowns and three pick-sixes last season.
Kim Wyant | East Meadow, N.Y. | Soccer
Wyant, 51, guided Division III NYU to a 1--0 victory over the City College of New York, her first win as the only woman serving as head coach of an NCAA men's soccer team. The MVP of the first women's NCAA championship as a player for Central Florida in 1982, she was the goalkeeper on the first U.S. women's national team and had 16 caps.
Trent Theroux | Riverside, R.I. | Open-water Swimming
Theroux, 47, a finance director and adjunct professor at Johnson & Wales, completed the first solo swim around Aquidneck Island in Narragansett Bay, a 41.5-mile journey, in 16:20. Temporarily paralyzed in 2002 when a boat propeller sliced his back muscles and spine, he raised $40,548 for the National Spinal Cord Injury Association with his swim.
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