Ed Manning, of Camden County (N.J.) Community College, was undefeated for the season as he led his team to the state tennis championship. He was 14-0 in singles and teamed with Gary Stephenson to post an 11-0 regular-season record in doubles.
Mary Schmidt, 13, with the Stamford (Conn.) Swim Club, is the first girl to hold five individual state YMCA records at once: the 50-and 100-yard freestyles in 25.7 and 59.0; 50-yard backstroke, 31.3; 50-yard breaststroke, 33.9; and 100-yard individual medley, 1:08.8.
Dave Sauve, 19, tripled in two runs in the ninth inning and then scored the winning run to lead Maryland to a 4-3 win over Clemson for the ACC championship. The sophomore second baseman led his league with a .394 average and totaled 49 hits for the season.
Mike Keogh, a senior at Essex (N.J.) Catholic High, posted the fastest prep two-mile run in the U.S. this year with an 8:54 at the Golden West Meet in Sacramento. The 18-year-old also clocked a 4:10.1 mile to win the championship of the Eastern states.
Ken Kravec, a freshman at Ashland (Ohio) College, struck out 20 baiters in an April no-hitter, then came back later in the season to fan 23 in a one-hitter. He has averaged 15.4 strikeouts per game and carried a 1.31 ERA, allowing only 18 hits in 48 innings this year.
Cameron Hall, of Rochester (N.Y.) Institute of Technology, won the 100-yard dash in 9.6, the 120 high hurdles in 14.7 and 440 intermediate hurdles in 55.7 at the Upstate New York Championships. He also anchored RIT's 440 relay team to a record 42.9 victory.