Baseball Johns Hopkins: Senior 1B Matt Menz was named the Most Valuable Player in the Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast League. The all-star team also included junior P Ryan Rippin (Gilman), junior SS Joe Kail, sophomore 3B Norm Gardner and senior LF Joe Tortorello.
Towson State: Senior OF Jay Logwood (Randallstown) was named the Player of the Week in the Big South Conference. He hit six home runs in as many games.
Washington: Junior CF Rory Conway was named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast League all-stars.
Western Maryland: Sophomore SS Jerry Resh (Williamsport) and junior OF Gary Carter were named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Southwest League all-stars.
Men's lacrosse Capital Athletic Conference: Champion St. Mary's placed senior Scott Hahn, senior M Dan Welch (Mount St. Joseph), junior M Eric Hiu; senior D Matt Callahan (Mount St. Joseph), sophomore D Chris Gress (North Harford) and junior G Greg Matthews on the all-conference team, and junior A Chad Christian (Franklin), freshman A Jim Mohler (Mount St. Joseph) and junior M Joe Bissette (Northern-Calvert) on the second team. Mary Washington placed freshman A Bill McLean (Towson) and sophomore M Aaron Reed (Paint Branch) on the first team. Goucher sophomore M David Clark (Catonsville) and sophomore Bill Condon were on the second team.
Maryland: A Rob Chomo (St. Mary's) was named the Player of the Week in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
College of Notre Dame: Four-sport standout Mary Burch Harmon Notre Dame Prep) was named the Outstanding Senior Athlete. Junior field hockey player Paula Cooney (Old Mill) was named the Outstanding Underclass Athlete. Junior soccer goalie Gina Lathroum (Andover) received the Mary Laverty Award for Spirit, Dedication and Scholarship.
Morgan State: Wrestler Dontae Smith was named the Edward P. Hurt Male Athlete of the Year and volleyball's Kimberly Spotswood the Earl C. Banks Female Athlete of the Year. Volleyball's Ramona Riley was named the Coach of the Year. Track and field's Shedley Branch and tennis' Delise O'Meally won awards for Academic Excellence. The Athletic Director's Achievement Award was won by wrestler Charlie Morgan and volleyball-basketball player Denikwa Shelby. In addition, the following Most Valuable Players were recognized: men's basketball-Chico Langston; women's basketball-Tracy Lewis; football-Tony Phillips and Matthew Steeple; softball-Lisa Muse; men's tennis-Jarmaine Thomas; women's tennis-O'Meally; men's track-Troy McIntosh; women's track-Angela Bailey; volleyball-Spotswood; wrestling-Smith.
Mary's: Junior lacrosse goalie Greg Matthews was named the Male Athlete of the Year, and junior sailor Madelaine Bell Hughes (St. Mary's) was named the Female Athlete of the Year.
Towson State: Basketball player Devin Boyd (Walbrook) and gymnast Gabby Linarducci were named the Athletes of the Year. Baseball's Jay Logwood (Randallstown) and field hockey-lacrosse player Jennifer Breakey (Loch Raven) were named the Senior Athletes of the Year. Football's Gordy Combs and softball's Elayne Lucas were named Coach of the Year for men's and women's sports, respectively. The Male Rookie of the Year was lacrosse goalie Brian Whalen, and gymnast Carrie Leger was the Female Rookie of the Year. Football's Aaron Bates (Wilde Lake) and basketball's Danielle Barry were named the top junior Scholar-Athletes. Football's Greg Lohr and soccer-track and field's Michelle Robinson (Old Mill) received the Jack Hart Unsung Hero Awards. The Alumni Academic Achievement Award went to gymnast Janine Spezio, and soccer's Rich Pellegrini (John Carroll) received the Joseph McMullen Scholarship.
UMBC: All-American first baseman Shawn Shugars (Chopticon) and basketball player Missy Quille (Annapolis) were named the Outstanding Athletes. Women's lacrosse player Jenny Held (Mount de Sales) was named the Outstanding Female Senior Athlete, and soccer's Shawn Miller (Middletown) and basketball's Dana Harris (Bethesda-Chevy Chase) shared the men's award. Women's tennis player Kay Pearl (Middletown) and men's swimmer Loren Siebert (Atholton) were named Outstanding Scholar Athletes. In addition, the following Most Valuable Athletes were named: Women's lacrosse-Held; men's lacrosse-Jamie Batley; softball-Kim Glaze (Catholic); men's tennis-Mo Taylor (Oxon Hill); men's outdoor track and field-Adrian Washington (Oakland Mills); women's outdoor track and field-Gina Martin; men's golf: Mike Meyer; women's tennis-Cindy Lang (Suitland); men's soccer-Bobby Wagner (Walt Whitman); women's soccer-Denise Schilte; volleyball-Kelly O'Brien (Wootten); men's cross country-Don Augustin (Centennial); women's cross country-Cindy Kelly (Arundel); men's basketball-Harris; women's basketball-Quille; men's swimming-David Miller (Centennial); women's swimming-Anna Butler (Centennial); women's indoor track-Tonja Curry (Lackey); men's indoor track-Kevin Russell; baseball-Kevin Loewe (Perry Hall).