The honorees range from major-league players to local stars in rowing, boxing, track and baseball. Two former Inquirer sportswriters also received the nod.
Harris, who wrestled when he was a Penn undergrad, made a big gift to his alma mater.
Here is a look at several regional events worth attending as well as some big-time national tournaments that should draw representatives from every power-conference school.
July features three five-day stints during which college coaches can watch high school prospects.
She had the lead heading into the homestretch but ultimately faded and finished in 2 minutes, 5.73 seconds in her first NCAA outdoor final.
Former Villanova coach Andy Talley, Troy Vincent of Pennsbury, and Jahri Evans of Frankford are among other standouts on this year's ballot.
The Quakers have three incoming freshman, plus redshirt freshman Jelani Williams returning after missing last season while recovering from ACL surgery.
These are local athletes who also excelled as students.
The Palestra hosted the Ivy League tournament during its first two years in existence.
The carnival celebrates its 124th season of competition and is once again chock full of events on the track at Franklin Field with about 20,000 athletes participating.
The University of the Bahamas sophomore, and senior Tyanna Petty of Rio Grande (Ohio) in the heptathlon, lead going into Wednesday's final day of the multi-event competitions.
Donohue, who starred at Haddonfield High School and North Carolina before enjoying a fine pro career, returned for the carnival's kickoff event at a West Philadelphia school.
Villanova's Jalen Brunson and Temple's Tanaya Atkinson are Big Five players of the year.