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B2 MONDAY. MAY 25. 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING Noon — SCCA Trans-Am aulo racing, Dodge Dealers Grand Prix, TNN, cable 34. BASEBALL 12:15 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Detroit at Cleveland, ESPN, cable 36. 3 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Los Angeles at Houston, ESPN, cable 38. 6:35 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Chicago Cubs at Atlanta, WTBS, cable 15. BASKETBALL 2:30 p.m. — NBA Playotls Chicago at Indiana, NBC, cable 3,13. . HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Bulfalo at Washington, ESPN, cable 38. HORSE RACING 5:30 p.m. — Thoroughbred Racing, races TBA, ESPN2, cable 39. LACROSSE 9:55 «.m. — NCAA Lacrosse, Maryland vs. Princeton. ESPN, cable 38. SOFTBALL 1 p.m. — NCAA Women's Softball, Arizona vs. Fresno State, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 9 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA, cable 30. Hockey Ii NHL playoffs gj ! CONFERENCE FINALS I; (Best-of-7) '!' Saturday, May 23 * Buffalo 2, Washington 0, Buffalo leads series i' '-° .' Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 0, Detroit leads series 1 -0 Monday, May 25 i Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) , Tuesday, May 26 ' Detroit at Dallas, 7 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, May 28 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, May 29 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, May 30 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday, May 31 Dallas at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m.. II necessary ! (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Detroit at Dallas. 6:30 p.m., il necessary (ES- PN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- PN) Saturday, June 6 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m.. if necessary (ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit al Dallas, 1:30 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 Utah 112, LA Lakers 77 Sunday, May 17 Chicago 85, Indiana 79 Monday, May 18 Utah 99, LA Lakers 95 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104, Indiana 98 Friday, May 22 Utah 109, LA Lakers 98 Saturday, May 23 Indiana 107, Chicago 105, Chicago leads series 2-1 Sunday, May 24 Utah 96, LA Lakers 92, Utah wins series 4-0 Monday, May 25 Chicago at Indiana, 2:30 p.m. (NBC) Wednesday, May 27 Indiana at Chicago, B p.m. (NBC) Friday, May 29 Chicago at Indiana, TBA (NBC), if necessary Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, TBA (NBC), if necessary NBA summary JAZZ 96, LAKERS 92 UTAH (96) Malone 9-2014-15 32, Russell 2-8 4-4 8, Foster 2-3 0-1 4, Homacek 5-11 5-515, Stockton 14 6-6 8, Ostertag 5-71-211, Eisley 3-5 0-0 9, Anderson 1 -10-0 2, Morris 2-3 0-0 5, Carr 1 -3 0: 02. Totals 31-65 30-33 96. LA LAKERS (92) Horry 0-1 2-2 2, Fox 3-9 0-0 8, O'Neal 14-24 10-18 38, Jones 8-16 2-2 19, Fisher 1-7 0-0 3, bj Blount 0-0 0-0 0, Van Exel 3-8 3-411, Campbell i 1-7 34 5, Bryant 2-2 2-3 6. Totals 32-74 22-33 i 92. S Utah 20 27 20 29—96 LA Lakers 18 20 19 35—92 3-Point goals—Utah 4-6 (Eisley 34, Morris 1 1. Hornacek 0-1), Los Angeles 6-16 (Van Exel 24, Fox 2-5, Fisher 1 -2, Jones 1 -5). Fouled out— , Carr. Rebounds—Utah 42 (Malone 14), Los An- f geles 48 (Horry 8). Assists—Utah 23 (Stockton ; i 8), Los Angeles 18 (Jones 6). Tolal fouls—Utah !» t 32, Los Angeles 29. Technicals—Hornacek, Los ' j, Angeles coach Harris, Campbell. Flagrant louls—Malone, O'Neal. A—17,505 (17,505). Baseball Late boxscores SATURDAY'S AMERICAN LEAGUE ORIOLES 9, ATHLETICS 1 BALTIMORE OAKLAND abrhbl 4111 5324 5012 5021 4100 4110 1000 3111 4110 4120 ByAdsn cf Hmnds rf Baines dh RPImr 1b RAImr 2b CRpken 3b Rboulel 3b Surholf II Wbsler c Bordick ss Hndrsn II Bllhom ss KAbbol ss Grieve rf Slairs dh Giambi 1b Blwers 3b SpiezioZb McDnld d Voigtcf Mcirlne c 39 9 11 9 Totals ab r h bl 2000 1000 4010 4010 4000 3000 3000 3110 0000 3011 3000 Totals 39 9 11 9 Totals 30 1 4 t Baltimore 100 602 000—9 Oakland ooo 000 010—1 E—ByAnderson (2). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— Baltimore 6, Oakland 3. 2B—ByAnderson (3), Baines (8), RPalmeiro 2 (12), Bordick (e), Voigt (3). HR—Hammonds (5). SB—Hammonds (7). IP H HER BB SO •Baltimore Dfabek W.4-5 Oakland Haynes L.3-2 Telgheder 11 31-3 42-3 TJMathews HBP—by Drabek (Bellhom). PB—Maclariane. Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, Cederstrom. T—2:32. A—26,419 (45,177). Umpires—Home, Phillips; First, Roe; Second. Merrill; Third, Scott. T—3:02. A—35,819 (59.084). TWINS 9, ANGELS 5 MINNESOTA ANAHEIM abrhbl abrhbl Meares ss 6122 Erstad II 5123 Lawlon cf 5100 Edmnd cf 4011 Motor dh 5120 Salmon dh 3000 MCdvall 3110 Fielder 1b 4000 Hclonglf (000 OHInsSb 4000 Coomerlb 3220 GAndsnrl 4110 Ochoa rf 5131 Nevin c 4000 Slnbchc 4001 Bghmn2b 3131 Shave 3b 5122 DSrcna ss 4210 Gales 2b 4121 Totals 41 914 7 Totals 35 5 8 5 Minnesota 005 021 001-9 Anaheim 002 100 200—5 LOB—Minnesota 11, Anaheim 5. 2B—Ochoa (7), Shave (1), Gales (2), Erslad 2 (17), Edmonds (14). 3B—GAnderson (4). HR—Meares (4). SF—Steinbach. IP H RER BB SO Minnesota Hawkins W.3-4 62-3 6 5 5 1 4 Guardado 0 10000 Trombley 1 00002 Swindell S.1 11-31 0 0 0 1 Anaheim Watson L.3-5 22-3 6 5 5 3 2 Hasegawa 21-3 3 2 1 0 3 DeLucia 12-33 1 1 2 3 Cadarel 11-30 0 0 0 1 PHarris 1 21101 Guardado pitched to 1 baiter in the 7th. HBP—by Hawkins (Baughman). WP—DeLucia 2. PB—Nevin 2. Umpires—Home, Evans; First, McCoy; Second. Johnson; Third, Meriwether. T—3:31. A-31,036 (45.050). SATURDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DODGERS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 1 LOS ANGELES ARIZONA abrhbl abrhbl Hlndswll 5132 AFox2b 4010 Vzcaino ss 5031 JBell ss 4000 Shffieldrf 4000 DWhllecf 3000 Bonilla3b 5221 TLee 1b 3000 Mndesi cf 5133 MWIms 3b 3000 Karros 1b 4010 Ollucdlf 3000 CJhnsn c 4100 Stinnett c 3000 Castro 2b 4220 Brede rf 3111 RMrtnz p 3000 BnAdsn p 2000 Brow p 0000 Coreyp 0000 Miller ph 1000 Totals 39 714 7 Totals 29 1 2 1 Los Angeles 002 002 012—7 Arizona 000 000 001—1 E—MWilliams (3). DP—Arizona 1. LOB—Los Angeles 7, Arizona 1. 28—Hollandsworth (5), Vizcaino (5). 3B—Bonilla (1). HR—Mondesi (10), Brede (2). CS—Hollandsworth (2). S— RMariinez. IP H RER BB SO Los Angeles RMartinezW,6-2 9 21106 Arizona BnAdsn L.1-6 62-3 9 4 3 0 3 Brow 11-321 100 Corey 1 32201 HBP—by Corey (Sheffield). Umpires—Home, Layne; First, Rleker; Second, Holbrook; Third, Wendelstedt. T—2:03. A—48,369 (48,500). CARDINALS 11, GIANTS 10 SAN FRANCISCO ST. LOUIS abrhbl abrhbl DHmtncf 5110 Gantll 6110 Mueller 3b 4100 DeShds 2b 3210 Bonds If 3100 McGwrlb 4434 Kent2b 5222 RLnkldcf 3213 Javier rf 2200 BJrdan rf 5142 Snowlb 3224 Mabry3b 3021 Aurilia ss 4122 Clayton ss 4011 SReed p 0000 Lmpkin c 4000 Maynec 3011 Aybarp 2000 Darwin p 1000 Btlnfld p 0000 RRdrgzp 1010 BRHntrph 1110 CrJnes ph 1000 Painter p 1010 Jhnstne p 0000 CKIng p 1000 Poole p 0000 RSnchzss 1000 Totals 3310 9 9 Totals 37111511 San Francisco 300 140 200—10 St. Louis 430 130 OOx—11 E—Mabry (3). DP—St. Louis 2. LOB—San Francisco 4, St. Louis 11. 2B—Aurilia (10), BJordan 2 (13). SB—Kent (3). HR—Snow (2), McGwire 2 (23), RLankford (7). S—DeShields. SF—Snow, Clayton. IP H RER BB SO San Francisco Darwin 11-37 7 7 3 0 RHodriguez 22-3 4 1 1 0 t Johnstone L.1-2 2-333320 Poole 11-31 0 0 0 0 SReed 2 00020 SI. Louis Aybar 42-3 6 8 7 6 3 Bottentield 1-31 0001 Painter W.1-0 2 22212 CKingS,1 2 00001 WP—Darwin, Poole. Umpires—Home, Schrieber First, Montague; Second, DeMuth; Third, Relilord. T—3:22. A—39,333 (49,676). CUBS 10, BRAVES 6 CHICAGO ATLANTA abrhbl abrhbl BBrwn cf 7111 OGIIen ss 4011 Mmdni2b 3010 Lckhrt2b 5000 TAdms p 0000 ChJnes 3b 5241 Stnstra p 0000 Glrrga 1b 5231 Hrdtkeph 1010 Klesko If 5111 JHmdzSb 2100 Lglnbrp 0000 Sosa rf 6230 Edmnd p 1000 MaGcelb 5123 JLopezc 6020 HRdrgzl) 4100 Tuckerrl 4010 Mieske If 0000 AJones cf 6122 OrieSb 4110 Smoltz p 1000 Beck p 0000 Rocker p 0000 Huston ph 1101 DeMrtz p 1000 Pscoltap 0000 Pride ph 0000 Alxndrss 6133 Embrep 0000 SMrtnzc 6010 GerWmph 1000 Wood p 2011 Calher p 0000 Mlhllnd p 0000 DBtsta If 2000 Blauserss 0100 Totals 471014 9 Totals 466146 Chicago 110 000 013 04—10 Atlanta 200 001 300 00— 6 E—Galarraga (5). DP—Chicago 1. LOB— Chicago 13, Atlanta 15. 2B—BBrown (8), Ma- Grace 2 (12), Orie (9). HR—Alexander (2), ChJones (14), Galarraga (17). SB—Alexander (4). S—Wood. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Wood 6 63356 Mulholland 0 33300 TAdams 1 10012 Steenstra 1 10000 BeckW,1-0 2 200.10 Pisciotta 1 10000 Atlanta Smoltz 2 62200 Rocker 12-32 0 0 1 2 DeMartinez 21-3 0 0 0 0 2 Embree 1 00001 Gather 1 11100 Ligtenberg 1 33322 Edmnd L.0-1 2 24340 Mulholland pitched lo 3 batters in the 7th, Smoltz pitched lo 2 batters in the 3rd. HBP-by Wood (Pride), by DeMartinez (Orie). WP—Ligtenberg, Edmondson. PB—JLopez. Umpires—Home, West; First. Kellogg; Second, Danley; Third, Quick. T—4:09. A—50,189 (50,528). Today's schedule DEVIL RAYS 6, MARINERS 3 TAMPA BAY SEATTLE abrhbl abrhbl DaMrtz rf 4220 Amaral 2b 5120 McCkn cf 4000 ARdrgz ss 5010 Boggs3b 4013 GrfyJrcl 5000 McGrtl Ib 5012 Segui 1b 5021 MKellyll 5010 EMrtnzdh 3010 SJrento dh 4010 GHill II 4000 Winn dh 0100 Ducey If 1000 FKiertyc 2000 RDavis3b 3000 Ldsma pr 0000 DWilsn c 3120 DtFlce c 0000 McCrty rf 3112 Sjockerss 4 1 1 0 Cora ph 0000 Cairo 2b 2211 Huson2b 0000 Totals 34 6 8 6 Totals 37 3 9 3 Tampa Bay 000 000 024—6 Seattle 120 000 000—3 E—McGriff (2). LOB—Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 12.2B—DaMartinez (7), MKelly (7), Slocker (5), • Ajnaral (5), Segui (15). HR—McCarty (1). SB— Wjnn (2). S—Cairo. IP H RER BB SO . Tampa Bay Saunders 7 73347 •YJnW.4-0 1 10013 RHamandezS,9 1 10002 ' .Seattle iCipuda 7 3 o o 2 n JSpdjaric 0 02220 .Fossas 2-300010 -BWells 1-300000 -AyalaL,0-4 1 54410 " fipoljaric pitched lo 2 batters in the 8th. " WP—Ayala. MONDAY, MAY 25 BASEBALL Olathe at Salina Blaze, 7 p.m. Kansas City at Anaheim, 7:05 p.m. ASTROS 4, PADRES 3 SAN DIEGO HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl QVeras 2b 4000 Biggie 2t> 3011 Gwynn rf 3000 DeBell rl 3100 SFinley cf 1000 Berry 3b 4112 GVghn II 4000 BWgnr p 0000 Cminiti 3b 4 1 2 0 Alou II 4110 EWImsIb 3000 Hidalgo d 4020 Joynerlb 1000 Gtertezss 3011 CHrndz c 3100 Scanlan p 0000 RRivra cf 4011 TMiller p 0 0 0 0 Sheels ss 2110 Bogar ss 0000 Lngstn p 2000 Phillips Ib 3010 CReyes p 0000 Asmus c 2000 MaSwy ph 1000 Hmptn p 2110 Miceli p 0000 Spiers ss 100! Totals 32 3 4 1 Totals 29 4 a 4 San Diego 010 200 000-3 Houston 001 100 02i—4 E—Biggio (7), Berry (2), Phillips 2 (2). DP— San Diego 2. LOB—San Diego 10, Houston 4 2B—Caminiti (4), Hampton (1). HR—Berry (I S—CReyes. IP H RER BB SO San Diego Langston 32-3 7 2 2 1 CReyes 31-3 0 0 0 0 Miceli L.4-2 1 1221 Houston Hampton 6 4314 Scanlan 12-30 0 0 1 TMiller W.2-0 1-30 00 0 BWagnerS,12 1 0001 HBP—fly Scanlan (CHernandez). by CReyes (Biggio). Umpires—Home, Bonin; First, Hohn; Secont ernandez; Third, Marsh. r—2:53. A-36,281 (54,370). exas League First Hall Eastern Division W L Pet. GB kansas (Cardinals) 30 19 .612 — ireveport (Giants) 24 24 .500 5% ckson (Astros) 23 27 .460 1% Isa (Rangers) 22 27 .449 8 Western Division an Antonio (Dodgers) 28 21 .571 — dland (Angels) 26 24 .520 2 </i Paso (Brewers) 23 27 .460 SVi Chita (Royals) 21 28 .429 7 Saturday's results Shreveport 11, Wichita 9,14 innings San Antonio 2, Tulsa 0 Jackson 11, El Paso 8 Midland 9, Arkansas 0,1st game Arkansas 3, Midland 1, 2nd game Sunday's results Shreveport 6, Wichita 4 San Antonio 6, Tulsa 4 Jackson 6, El Paso 2 Monday's game Arkansas at Shreveport /Vrangler linescores SHREVEPORT 9, WICHITA 5 hreveport 100 012 140 — 9 15 1 ichita 010 011 011 — 5 11 2 WP — Phillips (1-2). LP —Kirkreit (1-3). 2B — Charles, Woods, Marval, Leach; W: Priato, own, Escamilla. HR — S: Minor, Mayas; W: ewis, Pelow, Brown. Saturday's game SHREVEPOHT 11, WICHITA 9 hreveport 010 000 600 000 02—11 13 2 ichita 000 014 130 000 00— 9 16 5 WP — Hook (2-0). LP — Prihoda (3-4). 2B — Garland, Glendenning. Woods 2; W: Gonza- z, Quinnn, Pellow. HR — S: Charles; W: pei- I regionals East Regional At Clemson, S.C. Thursday, May 21 Southern California 10, Fordham 6 South Alabama 2, Virginia Commonwealth 1 Clemson 12, Citadel 3 Friday, May 22 Citadel 5, Fordham 1, Fordham eliminated Virginia Commonwealth 14, Southern Califor- a4 South Alabama 2, Clemson 1, 16 innings Saturday, May 23 Southern California 8, Clemson 5, Clemson liminated Virginia Commonwealth 3, Citadel 2, 11 in- ngs, Citadel eliminated Southern California 3, South Alabama 2 Sunday, May 24 South Alabama 6, Virginia Commonwealth 0, irginia Commonwealth eliminated Southern California 4, Soulh Alabama 3, outhern California advances to College World eries Atlantic I Regional At Coral Gables, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Texas Tech 6, North Carolina 2 Soulh Carolina 21, Florida International 9 Miami, Fla. 17, Bowling Green 6 Friday, May 22 Florida International 13, Bowling Green 7, owling Green eliminated North Carolina 6, Miami, Fla. 5 Soulh Carolina 9, Texas Tech 8 Saturday, May 23 Miami, Fla. 13, Texas Tech 0, Texas Tech liminated North Carolina 8, Florida International 2, Floria International eliminated Miami, Fla. 14, South Carolina 2 Sunday, May 24 North Carolina 4, South Carolina 2, South Car- Una eliminated Miami, Fla. 7. North Carolina 4, Miami, Fla. ad- ances lo College World Series Atlantic II Regional At Tallahassee, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Oklahoma 6, Delaware 3 Rutgers 17, Auburn 15 Florida State 10, Liberty? Friday, May 22 Auburn 3, Liberty 2, Liberty eliminated Florida State 27, Delaware 6, Delaware elimi- lated Oklahoma 9, Rutgers 7 Saturday, May 23 Florida State 23, Oklahoma 2 Auburn 7, Rutgers 4, Rutgers eliminated Auburn 9, Oklahoma 6, Oklahoma eliminated Sunday, May 24 Florida State 16, Auburn 10, Florida State ad- ances to College World Series South I Regional At Gainesville, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Richmond 12, Baylor 10 Wake Forest 14, Illinois 12 Florida 12, Monmoulh, N.J. 8 Friday, May 22 Illinois 13, Monmouth, N.J. 2, Monmouth elim- naled Baylor 10, Florida 5 Wake Forest 6, Richmond 5 Saturday, May 23 Florida 15, Richmond 3, Richmond eliminated Illinois 8, Baylor 7, 13 innings, Baylor eliminated Florida 12, Wake Forest 9 . Sunday, May 24 Illinois 13, Wake Forest 4, Wake Forest ellmi- lated Florida 7, Illinois 6, 11 innings, Florida ad- >ances to College World Series South II Region At Baton Rouge, La. Thursday, May 21 Tulane 1 1 , Southwestern Louisiana 5 Cal State Fullerton 16, Harvard 1 Louisiana State 18, Nicholls State 4 Friday, May 22 Harvard 6, Nicholls Slate 5, 10 innings Nicholls Slate eliminated Louisiana State 15, Southwestern Louisiana 6 Southwestern Louisiana eliminated Cal State Fullerton 10, Tulane 6 Saturday, May 23 Louisiana State 13. Cal St.-Fullerton 1 1 Harvard 14, Tulane 11, Tulane eliminated Cal Slate Fullerton 11, Harvard 7, Harvard eliminated Sunday, May 24 Louisiana State 14, Cal State Fullerton 3 Louisiana Stale advances to College World Se ies Central Regional At College Station, Texas Thursday, May 21 Rice 11, Oral Roberts 1 Mississippi State 7, Washington 6 Texas A&M 17, North Carolina-Charlotte 0 Friday, May 22 Oral Roberts 20, North Carolina-Charlotte 13 North Carolina-Charlotte eliminated Washington 20, Rice 11 Texas A&M 4, Mississippi Slate 3 Saturday, May 23 Mississippi State 15, Rice 14, Rice eliminated Washington 13, Oral Roberts 6, Oral Roberts eliminated Mississippi Slate 10, Texas A&M 9 Sunday, May 24 Texas A&M 6, Washington 4, Washington eliminated Mississippi Slate 11, Texas A&M 5, Mississip pi Stale advances to College World Series Midwest Regional At Wichita Thursday, May 21 Arizona Stale 8, Arkansas 4 Oklahoma Stale 13, Georgia Tech 4 Wichita State 7. Southeast Missouri State 4 Friday, May 22 Georgia Tech 14. Southeast Missouri State 5 Southeast Missouri Slate eliminated Arkansas 3. Wichita Stale 2. 1 1 innings Oklahoma State 13. Arizona State 8 Saturday, May 23 Arizona Slate 6. Wichita State 4. Wichila Slat eliminated Georgia Tech 2. Arkansas 0. Arkansas eiim nated Arizona State 13, Oklahoma Slate 5 Sunday, May 24 Georgia Tech 6, Oklahoma Slate 5, OiOahtur State eliminated Arizona State vs Georgia Teen, ppd., tain Monday, May 25 Arizona State (37-22) vs. Georgia Tech (4 21), 11 a.m. West Regional At Stanford, Calif. Thursday, May 21 North Carolina State 12, Long Beach State 3 Alabama 8, Minnesota 2 Loyola Man/mount 6, Stanford 2 Friday, May 22 Stanford 19, Minnesota 1, Minnesota eliminat- d Long Beach Slate 19, Loyola Man/mount 9 North Carolina Stale 13, Alabama 10 Saturday, May 23 Alabama 13, Loyola Man/mount 5, Loyola iminated Long Beach Slate 5, Stanford 1, Stanford elim- aled Alabama 9, North Carolina State 2 Sunday, May. 24 Long Beach State 10, North Carolina State 6, orth Carolina State eliminated Long Beach State 5, Alabama 3. Long Beach late advances to College World Series Juco World Series Junior College World Series At Supllzlo Field Grand Junction, Colo. Sunday's Scores Meridian (Miss.) CC 4, Central Florida CC 1 Central Florida eliminated) Dixie (Utah) 10, Meridian (Miss.) 0 (Meridian iminated) Cowley County (Kan.) 14, San Jacinlo (Texas) 7 innings Softball NCAA ICWS COLLEGE WORLD SERIES At Oklahoma City Thursday, May 21 Arizona 1, Oklahoma Slate 0 Washington 1, Massachusetts 0 Michigan 7, Texas 2 Fresno Slate 6, Nebraska 1 Friday, May 22 Arizona 6, Washington 0 Fresno State 8, Michigan 0 Saturday, May 23 Oklahoma State 6, Massachusetts 0, Massa- husells eliminated Nebraska 2, Texas 1, Texas eliminated Oklahoma State 3, Michigan 1, Michigan elim- nated Washington 3, Nebraska 1, Nebraska eliminat- d Sunday, May 24 Arizona 5, Oklahoma Slate 0, Oklahoma State liminated Washington 3, Fresno State 1 Fresno State 6, Washington 1, Washington liminated Monday, May 25 . Championship Arizona (67-3) vs. Fresno Stale (51-11), 1 p.m. Semi-pro SALINA BLAZE MEMORIAL DAY TOURNAMENT Friday's result Salina Blaze 5, Wichita Twins 1 Saturday's results Wichita Jets 11, Olalhe Outlaws 10 Wichita Twins 12, Columbia, Mo. 2 Wichita Twins 4, Olathe Outlaws 1 Salina Blaze 18, Columbia, Mo. 5 Sunday's results Wichita Jets 5, Wichita Twins 4 Olathe Outlaws 6, Columbia, Mo. 2 Salina Blaze 15, Wichita Jets 2 Monday's games Noon — Columbia, Mo. vs. Wichita Jets 3 p.m. — Salina Blaze vs. Olathe Outlaws SALINA 15, WICHITA JETS 2 Wichita 200 00 - 2 3 2 ialina 915 Ox - 15 10 1 WP — Sanchez (1-0). LP — Laub. 2B — S: McBroom 2. Auto racing Indy 500 results INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Official results of Sunday's Indianapolis 500, with linishing position, starting position in parenthesis, driver, home- own or country, car number, chassis-engine, aps completed, average and reason out where available (Total purse and prize money to be announced Monday; r-rookie): 1. (17) Eddie Cheever, Tampa, Fla., No. 51, Dallara-Aurora, 200 laps, 145.155 mph. 2. (11) Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dal- ara-Aurora, 200,145.118. 3. (23) r-Sleve Knapp, Salem, Wis., No, 55, G r orce-Aurora, 200,145.076. 4. (8) Davey Hamilton, Us Vegas, No. 6, G Force-Aurora, 199, running. 5. (21) r-Robby Unser, Santa Fe, N.M., No. 52, Dallara-Aurora, 198, running. 6. (3) Kenny Brack, Sweden, No. 14, Dallara- Aurora, 198, running. 7. (16) John Paul Jr., West Palm Beach, Fla., No. 81, Dallara-Aurora, 197, running. 8. (19) r-Andy Michner, Ann Arbor, Mich., No. 17, Dallara-Aurora, 197. running. 9. (13) r-J.J. Yeley, Phoenix, No. 44; Dallara- Aurora, 197, running. 10. (18) Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-Aurora, 195, running. 11. (26) r-Jimmy Kile, Slockbridge, Ga., No. 7, Dallara-Aurora, 195, running. 12. (22) r-Jack Hewitt, Troy, Ohio, No. 18, G Force-Aurora, 195, running. 13. (27) Jell Ward, San Juan Capistrano, Calif., No. 35, G Force-Aurora, 194, running. 14. (14) Marco Greco, Brazil, No. 16, G Force- Aurora, 183, engine. 15. (32) Mike Grotf, Los Angeles, No. 10, G Force-Aurora, 183, running. 16. (7) Scott Sharp. East Norwalk, Conn., No. 8, Dallara-Aurora, 181, gearbox. 17. (31) Stephan Gregoire, France, No. 77, G Force-Aurora, 172, running. 18. (2) Greg Ray, Piano, Texas, No. 97, Dallara-Aurora, 167, gearbox. 19. (30) Raul Boesel, Brazil, No. 30, G Force- Infiniti, 164, running. 20. (28) Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands, No. 5, G Force-Aurora, 151, gearbox. 21. (15) Jack Miller, Carmel, Ind., No. 40, Dal- lara-lnliniti, 126, running. 22. (9) Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capistra' no, Calif., No. 21, Dallara-Aurora, 125, running. 23. (1) Billy Boat, Phoenix, No. 11, Dallaia-Au rora, 111, drive line. 24. (10) Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 4. G Force-Aurora, 100, clutch. 25. (25) Johnny Unser, Sun Valley, Idaho, No 9, Dallara-Aurora, 98, engine. 26. (6) Sam Schmidt, Las Vegas, No. 99. Dal lara-Aurora, 48, crash, third turn. 27. (12) Mark Dismoie, Greenfield, Ind., No 28, Dallara-Aurora, 48, crash, third turn. 28. (29) r-Stan Wattles, Sewall's Point, Fla. No. 19, Riley&Scott-Aurora, 48, crash, third turn 29. (20) Jim Gulhne, Albuquerque, N.M., No 53, G Force-Aurora, 48, crash, third turn. 30. (33) Billy Roe. Gilbert, Ariz., No. 33, Dal lara-Aurora, 48, crash, third turn. 31. (5) Robbie Buhl. Indianapolis, No. 3. Dal lara-Aurora, 44, engine. 32. (24) r-Donnie Beechler, Sherman, III., No 98, G Force-Aurora, 34, engine. 33. (4) Tony Stewart, Indianapolis, No. 1. Dal lara-Aurora, 22, engine. Formula 1 results MONTE CARLO, Monaco (AP) — Result! Sunday ol the Monaco Grand Prix, 78 laps oi the 2.092-mile street circuit, a total ol 163.181 miles with driver, country, make ol car, lap completed, time and winner's average speed: 1. Mika Hakkinen, Finland, McLaren-Mer cedes, 78 laps, 1 hour, 51 minutes, 23.595 sec onds, 87.9 mph. 2. Giancarlo Fisichella, Italy, Benetton-Playlile 78,11.4 seconds behind. 3. Eddie Irvine, Britain, Ferrari, 78,41.4. 4. Mika Salo, Finland, Arrows. 78. 60.3. 5. Jacques Villeneuve, Canada, Williams Mecachrome, 77. 6 Pedro Dimz. Brazil, Arrows, 77. 7. Johnny Herbert, Britain, Sauber-Pelrorias 77 8. Damon Hill, Britain, Jordan-Mugen Honda 76 9. Shinji Nakano, Japan, Minardi-Ford, 76. irj Michael Schumacher. Germany, Ferrar 76 11 Tarandsuke Takagi. Japan, Tyrrell-Forc 76. 12. Jean Alesi, France, Sauber-Pelronas, 72. 13. Jarno Trulli, Italy, Prosl-Peugeot, 56. 14. Olivier Panis, France, Prost-Peugeot, 49. 15. Rail Schumacher, Germany, Jordan-Mu- gen Honda, 44. 16. Alexander Wurz, Austria, Benetlon- Playlile, 42. 17. Jan Magnussen, Denmark. Stewart-Ford, 30. 18. David Coulthard, Britain, McLaren-Mer:, 17. 19. Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Stewart-Ford, 20. Heinz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, 'illiams-Mecachrome, 9. 21. Esteban Tuero, Argentina, Minardi-Ford, 0. NASCAR results CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — Results Sunday ght from the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR Winston up race at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with arting position in parentheses, driver, home- wn, type of car, laps completed, reason out if ny, and money won: 1. (1) Jeff Gordon, Vallejo, Calif., Chevrolet, 00, $346,500. 2. (4) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 400, 109,500. 3. (6) Bobby Labon'le, Corpus Christi, Texas, onliac, 400, $102,550. 4. (5) Mark Martin, Balesville, Ark., Ford, 400, 95,500. 5. (10) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 400, 78.700. 6. (26) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland. Fla.. Chevro- t, 400, $63,450. 7. (3) John Andretti. Indianapolis, Pontiac, 400, 66,100. 8. (38) Jeff Burton. South Boston, Va., Ford, 00, $59,500. 9. (39) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Mich., ord, 400, $46,800. 10. (14) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevro- t, 399, 558,050. 11. (18) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Pontiac, 99,549,550. 12. (41) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford, 99, $47.350. 13. (21) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 99, $59,800. 14. (33) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 99, $44,400. 15. (30) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., hevrolet, 399, $37.000. 16. (27) Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C., ord, 399, $36,550. 17. (43) Darrell Waltrip, Franklin, Tenn., hevrolet, 399, $28,700. 18. (37) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., ord, 399, $39,700. 19. (12) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., ord, 398, $37,950. 20. (40) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet. 398, $43,850. 21. (7) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., ord, 398, $37,300. 22. (32) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 98, $36,250. 23. (13) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 98, $35,850. 24. (16) Rich Bickle, Edgerton, Wis., Ford, 98, $35,450. 25. (42) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 398, 28,700. 26. (9) Rick Mast, Lexington, Va., Ford, 398, 27,950. 27. (19) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 97. $27,760. 28. (20) Todd Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ponti- c, 397, $24,710. 29. (34) Mike Skinner, Susenville, Calif., -hevrolet, 397, $27,675. 30. (29) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac, 96, $34.150. 31. (35) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 96, $41,025. '32. (23) Sieve Grissom, Gadsden, Ala., ;hevrolel,396,$31,620. 33. (25) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., 'ontiac,395.$31,618. 34. (2) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Ponti- c, 395, $43,610. 35. (24) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Ford, 86, $24,605. 36. (15) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, Vt., Jhevrolel, 386, $25,600. 37. (8) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea, Ala., Ford, 68, wreck, $25,095. 38. (11) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn., ;hevrolet, 336, wreck, $31,585. 39. (28) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., Chevrolet, 336, wreck, $39.580. 40. (22) Jerry Nadeau, Danbury, Conn., Ford, 31,524,575. 41. (36) Terry Labonle, Corpus Christi, Texas, Chevrolet, 329, $40,570. 42. (31) Elliott Sadler, Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, :08, engine, $24,565. 43. (17) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 134, engine, $ 24,560. Salina Speedway Saturday's results IMCA MODIFIED A feature — 1. Dave Hardesty; 2. Brian Cnoell; 3. Ken Sweet. B feature — 1. Jerry Phillips; 2. Joe Cleveland; 3. Kenny Cross. Heat winners — Sweet; Knoell; Jamie Bogart, Steve Burch. PRO STOCK A feature — 1. Dusty Kuntz; 2. Daryl Fergusson; 3. Dwight Housh. Heat winners — Fergusson, Scott Robins. STRICTLY STOCK A feature — 1. Scott Phillips; 2. Jell Welsh; 3. lonny Robins. B feature — 1. Jeff Wood; 2. lave Conkwnghl; 3. Jim Bell. Heat winners — Ronny Robins; Tony Milholland; Brian Rytf. MINI STOCK A feature — 1. G.W. Fuller; 2. Billy Fuller; 3. Corey Lagroon. Heat winners — G.W. Fuller; B. Fuller; Jason Baccus. Goll PGA results FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday ol the $2.3 million VlasterCard Colonial, played on the 7,010-yard, 3ar-70 Colonial Country Club course: Tom Watson, $414,000 68-66-65-66—265 Jim Furyk, $248,400 66-67-66-68—267 Jeff Sluman, $156,400 67-67-66-69—269 Harrison Frazar, $110,400 64-67-68-71—270 John Cook, $92,000 68-66-69-68—271 Jim Gallagher, $79.925 69-69-68-66—272 Kenny Perry, $79,925 68-65-69-70—272 Justin Leonard, $69,000 70-70-67-66—273 Brian Henninger, $69,000 70-66-68-69—273 Dan Forsman, $55,200 69-67-71 -67—274 Steve Flesch, $55,200 68-66-72-68—274 Craig Parry, $55,200 68-69-69-68—274 Sluart Appleby, $55,200 68-69-69-68—274 David Frost, $40,250 68-69-69-69—275 Mike Brisky, $40,250 70-70-66-69—275 Clark Dennis; $40,250 68-68-68-71—275 David Duval. $40,250 66-70-68-71—275 Skip Kendall, $24,485 68-71-69-68—276 Fred Couples, $24,485 72-69-67-68—276 Jeff Maggert. $24,485 69-72-67-68—276 Lanny Wadkins, $24,485 66-71-70-69—276 Doug Martin, $24,485 67-69-70-70—276 Payne Stewart, $24,485 68-72-66-70—276 Kirk Triplet!, $24,485 69-68-68-71—276 Scott Hoch, $24,485 67-73-66-70—276 John Huston, $24,485 70-69-66-71—276 Scott McCarron, $24,485 70-67-67-72—276 Rocco Mediate, $24,485 67-68-67-74—276 Nick Faldo. $15,295 72-69-70-66—277 Fred Funk, $15,295 75-65-68-69—27 Tommy Armour III, $15,295 70-65-72-70—277 Bruce Lielzke, S15.295 67-69-67-74—277 Frank Nobilo, $13,283 69-68-73-68—278 Jerry Kelly, $13,283 67-69-71-71—278 Steve Jones, $11.098 69-69-72-69—279 Scott Verplank, $11,098 70-69-71 -69—279 Bob Tway, $11.098 67-71-72-69—279 Len Mattiace, $11,098 71 -69-70-69—279 Nick Price, $11,098 71-69-68-71—279 Phil Blackmar. $11,098 66-68-72-73—279 Joey Sindelar, $7,626 69-70-74-67—280 Mark Wiebe, $7,626 71-70-71-68—280 Glen Day, $7,626 72-66-71-71—280 David Edwards. $7,626 72-69-68-71—280 Corey Pavin. $7.626 73-66-69-72—260 Stewart Cink, $7,626 68-72-67-73—280 David Ogrin, $7,626 71-64-71-74—280 Brent Geiberger, $7,626 70-69-67-74—28C Mark Calcavecchia, $7,626 68-65-70-77—28C Peter Jacobsen. $5,658 69-70-71-71—28' Rick Fehr, $5,658 70-69-70-72—28 Dudley Hart, $5,658 68-72-69-72—28 Dan Pohl, $5,156 70-66-77-69—282 Kevin Sutherland, $5,156 69-71-73-69—28 Gabriel Hjerlstedt, $5,156 70-69-73-70—282 Brandel Chamblee, $5,156 68-69-75-70—28; Jay Don Blake. $5,156 72-68-72-70—28; Guy Boras, $5,156 68-73-71 -70—28; Blaine McCallister, $5.156 69-71-71-71—28 Lee Rinker, $5,156 69-66-74-71—26; Mark Brooks, $5,156 71-70-70-71—28; Fulton Allem, $5,156 69-09-72-72—28 Brad Fabel, $5,156 67-68-71-76—28 Tom Kite, $4,830 69-70-74-70—28 Jim Carter, $4,830 67-72-71-73—28 Grant Waite. $4,830 69-72-69-73—28 Dave Stockton, $4,738 71-69-75-69—28 W. EakS, $4,692 eve Lowery, $4,600 ralg Stadler, $4,600 obert Damron, $4,600 avid Toms, $4,508 lly Andrade, $4,439 eal Lancaster, $4,439 ' 67-73-74-71—285' 70-69-75-72—286 71-70-71-74—286 74-66-70-76—286 71-69-76-71—287 71-69-77-71—288 69-71-73-75—288 Seniors results AVONDALE, Pa. (AP) — Final scores and oney winnings Sunday of the $1.1 million Bell llantic Classic, played on the 6,911-yard, par- 2 Harlefeld National Golf Club (x-won on third ayoll hole): Jay Sigel, $165,000 74-62-69-205 ose Maria Canizares, $96,800 69-71-65—205 d Dougherty, $66,000 70-74-64—208 ob Duval, $66,000 71-70-67—208 ale Douglass, $66,000 68-71-69—208 ay Floyd, $41,800 69-71-69—209 om Shaw, $41,800 72-68-69-209 ack Nicklaus, $35,200 70-72-68—210 race Summerhays, $28,600 69-73-69—211 rank Conner, $28,600 72-70-69—211 ohn Bland, $28,600 73-67-71—211 ohn Schroeder, $23,100 74-69-69-212 ohn Jacobs, $23,100 71-70-71—212 ob Murphy, $19,250 72-74-67—213 ohn Mahaffey, $19,250 70-74-69—213 Valter Zembriski, 519,250 74-70-69—213 urt Cox, $19,250 70-70-73—213 eeTrevino, $13,114 76-71-67—214 ubert Green, $13,114 73-72-69—214 ary Player, $13,114 71-74-69—214 ohn Morgan, $13,114 75-68-71—214 ugh Baiocchi, $13,114 74-69-71—214 om Jenkins, $13,114 72-70-72—214 ^rryZiegler, $13,114 68-73-73—214 Mike McCullough, $13,114 70-71-73—214 race Cramplon, $13,114 69-70-75—214 Natter Hall, $9,570 75-72-68—215 m Colbert, $9,570 74-70-71—215 ohn Paul Cain, $9,570 74-69-72—215 on Bies, $8,470 74-72-70—216 George Archer, $8,470 72-70-74—216' ay Carrasco, $7,095 70-78-69—217 )ave Elcheloerger, $7,095 73-74-70—217 alvin Peete, $7,095 77-70-70—217 obby Stroble, $7,095 71-74-72—217 Valt Morgan, $7,095 73-71-73—217 lick Hendrickson, $7,095 74-69-74—217 Harold Henning, $5,720 77-73-68—218 oe Inman, $5,720 75-74-69—218 Varies Coody, $5,720 78-69-71—218 uzz Thomas, $5,720 74-72-72—218 im Albus, $4,730 75-72-72—219 Larry Laoretli, $4,730 72-74-73—219 .hi Chi Rodriguez, $4,730 73-73-73—219 Iruce Lehnhard, $4,730 74-71-74—219 ack Lewis, $4,730 69-72-78—219 red Gibson, $3,630 75-75-70—220 DeWitt Weaver, $3,630 76-73-71—220 lob Dickson, $3,630 78-70-72—220 lilly King, $3,630 74-73-73-220 Hank Cooper, $3,630 7M9-75—220 'ommy Aaron, $2,546 76-74-71—221 Dan Wood, $2,546 75-75-71—221 eonard Thompson, $2,546 77-73-71—221 immy Powell, $2,546 74-75-72—221 lana Oulgley, $2,546 78-71 -72—221 Bob Charles, $2,546 76-72-73—221 Orville Moody, $2,546 74-74-73—221 im Dent, $2,090 74-77-71—222 Bob Eastwood, $1,925 78-77-68—223 Ray Arinno, $1,925 71-76-76—223 Homero Blancas, $1,485 79-74-71—224 erry Dill, $1,485 77-76-71—224 Bunky Hemy, $1,485 79-73-72—224 Dave Hill, $1,485 76-74-74—224 Bobby Nichols, $1,485 73-76-75—224 Brace Devlin, $1,485 72-75-77—224 Butch Baird, $1,100 80-70-75—225 im Ferree, $1,001 75-77-74—226 ee Elder, $1,001 78-73-75—226 Don January, $809 76-80-71—227 Miller Barber, $809 77-76-74—227 Bob Thatcher, $809 76-77-74—227 Chuck Thorpe, $809 80-72-75—227 \mold Palmer, $682 78-75-77—230 Billy Casper, $638 74-78-79—231 ou Graham, $594 83-76-76—235 Ben Smith, $550 78-81 -77—238 LPGA results CORNING, N.Y. (AP) — Final scores and money winnings Sunday of the $700,000 LPGA Coming Classic on the 6,062-yard, par-72 Com- ng Country Club course: "•ammie Green, $105,000 67-70-66-65—268 Emilee Klein, $56,359 71 -69-68-67—275' Brandie Burton, $56,359 68-66-71-70—275 Penny Hammel, $36,985 70-70-71-67—278 Sherri Steinhauer, $22,049 74-69-69-67—279 Gall Graham, $22,049 71-71-68-69—279 Mardi Lunn, $22,049 72-70-67-70—279 Dottie Pepper, $22,049 70-68-71-70—279 Helen Alfredsson, $22,049 69-70-68-72—279 S. Stradwick, $13,080 73-70-70-67—280 Hollis Stacy, $13,080 69-73-71 -67—280 Maria Hjorth, $13,080 71-71-68-70—280 Rosie Jones, $13,080 73-66-71-70-280 Val Skinner, $10,278 74-71-70-66-281 Jan Stephenson, $10,278 70-72-69-70—281 :. McMillan, $10,278 73-67-71-70—281 Nanci Bowen, $8,693 72-71-69-70—282 Jane Geddes, $8,693 69-72-70-71—282 Kathryn Marshall, $8,693 71 -67-73-71—282 Stephanie Lowe, $8,693 68-69-72-73-282 Tennis French Open MONDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES PARIS (AP) — Matches Monday on the show courts and others involving seeded players at the French Open: All courts begin play at 4 a.m. COT Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, vs. Maria An- :onia Sanchez Lorenzo, Spain Marcelo Rios (3), Chile, vs. Brett Steven, New Zealand Pete Sampras (1), Tampa, Fla., vs. Todd Martin, Ponte Vedra Beach, Ra. Pavlina Stoyanova, Bulgaria, vs. Iva Majoli (10), Croatia Carlos Moya (12), Spain, vs. Sebastian Gros- iean, France Tamarine Tanasugarn, Thailand, vs. Venus Williams (8), Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Amelie Mauresmo, France, vs. Anna Koumiko- va (13), Russia Thomas Muster, Austria, vs. Jonas Bjorkman (7), Sweden Emmanuelle Gagliardi, Switzerland, vs. Nathalie Tauziat (12), France Sebastian Lareau, Canada, vs. Pat Rafter (4), Australia Yevgeny Kafelnikov (6), Russia, vs. Mose Navarra, Italy Jana Novotna (3), Czech Republic, vs. Anne Miller, Midland, Mich. Johan Van Herck, Belgium, vs. Greg Rusedski (5), Britain Lisa Raymond (16), Wayne, Pa., vs. Tatiana Panova, Russia Kenneth Carlsen, Denmark, vs. Albert Costa (13), Spain Karol Kucera (9), Slovakia, vs. Todd Woodbridge, Australia Irina Spirlea (9), Romania, vs. Sylvia Plischke, Austria Wollgang Schranz, Austria, vs. Felix Mantilla (15), Spain Track & field State college NCAA II CHAMPIONSHIPS At Edwardsvllle, III. MEN Team scores (Top 25) St. Augustine's 97, Abilene Christian 80, Central Missouri Slate 57, Angelo State 39, Cal Slate Los Angeles 37, Morhouse 33, New York Tech 33, Cal State Bakerslield 32, Tarlelon State 31, Emporia Stale 30, North Dakota Stale 25, Southern Indiana 24, Western Slate 24, Adams State 21, South Dakota 19, Pittsburg State 18, Fort Hays State 13, Harding 12, Southern Connecticut 12, Texas A&M Kingsville 12, Northern Colorado 11, San Francisco State 11, Shippensburg 11, Wheeling Jesuit 10, Ashland 9. Fort Hays State results Shot put — 3. Hawks, 57-0. Discus — 8. Kuhn, 159-6. Hammer throw —6. Hawks, 18710. Javelin — 6. Kindler, 206-3. WOMEN Team scores (Top 25) Abilene Christian 120, St. Augustine's 78, Adams State 74, Lewis 68, South Dakota 35, Western State 32, Cal Poly Pomona 31, North Dakota State 28, Nebraska-Omaha 22, Emporia Slate 21, Fort Hays Slate 21, Northern Colorado 19, Angelo Sale 17, Cal Davis 17, South Dakota State 17, Ashland 16, Missouri Southern 16, North Carolina Central 15, Edinboro 13, Harding 12, Northwest Missouri State 12, Seattle Pacific 10, Cal Stale Somoma 8, Kutztown B, Slippery Rock 7',j. Fort Hays State results High jump — 1. Eck. 5-8 *. Javelin — 3. Case, 150-1; 6. Johnson, 141-5; 7. Taylor, 1394. SPORTS DIGEST Sigel needs three playoff holes to win Bell Atlantic By The Associated Press AVONDALE, Pa. — Jay Sigel made a 7-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole to beat Jose Maria Canizares and win the $1.1 million Senior Bell Atlantic Classic on Sunday. In a tournament where he shot a senior record 27 for nine holes and also whiffed twice, Sigel missed two similar putts that would have given him the win on the other playoff holes at the 6,911- yard Hartefeld National Golf Course. In collecting the $165,000 first prize, Sigel, from nearby Berwyn, Pa., also avenged a heart-breaking loss in this tournament in 1996, when he had a one-shot lead with seven holes to go and ended up losing to Dale Douglass. Davis captures LPGA Skins Game FRISCO, Texas — Despite erratic play, Laura Davies won the LPGA Skins Game for the second time Sunday. She got three skins worth $120,000 to give her $270,000 in the two-day competition. The LPGA tour's longest hitter, who won in 1996 with a tournament-record $340,000, sank a 12-foot birdie putt on the par-4 13th for $40,000 and clinched the title on the par-4 15th with another 12-foot birdie putt that earned $80,000. The 15th was the only hole with a carryover skin Sunday. A skin was won on every hole but the 14th. Baseball ATLANTA — Right-hander John Smoltz, who has a sore right elbow, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Sunday by the Atlanta Braves. To replace Smoltz on the active roster, the Braves activated closer Mark Wohlers from the disabled list. Wohlers pitched one inning Saturday for Double- A Greenville in a game at Huntsville. Smoltz, making his eighth start this season after undergoing elbow surgery in December, gave up six hits and two runs in two-plus innings Saturday against the Chicago Cubs. BOSTON — Darryl Strawberry finished his three-game suspension Sunday, withdrawing his appeal after playing in the first two games of the New York Yankees series against the Boston Red Sox. Strawberry and pitcher Graeme Lloyd were suspended for three games each for their roles in last Tuesday night's brawl after Baltimore pitcher Armando Benitez hit New York's Tino Martinez with a pitch. Pitcher Jeff Nelson was suspended for two games. All three had appealed the suspensions before Friday night's game with Boston. Lloyd and Nelson are pursuing theirs. Basketball LOS ANGELES — Fresno State basketball ' player Kenny Brunner was arrested for investigation of armed robbery a month after pleading innocent to beating someone with a samurai sword, police said Sunday. He was arrested at 1:30 a.m. Friday, a day after he was accused of robbing someone of at least $500 inside the Los Angeles City College gymnasium, police Officer Eduardo Funes said. A semiautomatic handgun was seized. Brunner remained jailed Sunday on $50,000 bail pending arraignment Wednesday. The junior point guard transferred from Georgetown to Fresno State last season. He was suspended from the Bulldogs following his March 17 arrest and in April applied for early entry to the NBA draft on June 24. Softball OKLAHOMA CITY — Two-time defending champion Arizona remained unbeaten with a victory over Oklahoma State and Fresno State split two games with Washington on Sunday to set up the final day of the NCAA Women's College World Series. Arizona, looking to become just the second team to ever win three straight titles, will play Fresno State today. If Fresno State wins, a second game will played to decide the title. Tennis SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Top-seeded Florida capped a perfect season with a 5-1 victory over No. 3 Duke on Sunday to win its third NCAA Di-. vision I women's tennis championship. Wichita native Dawn Buth is a member of the Gators' team. Florida's three championships are second to Stanford's nine titles. ATHENS, Ga. — The top four seeds Sunday advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA men's tennis championships. Top seed Stanford (26-0) knocked off Pac-10 rival UCLA, 5-0, winning two singles matches to clinch the victory. Second- seed LSU (25-1) stopped Mississippi, 4-0, and third-seed Georgia (24-3) beat Pepperdine, 4-2. Fourth-seed Mississippi State (21-4) defeated Auburn, 4-0, giving the Southeastern Conference three teams in he final four. Stanford will play Mississippi State today, followed by Georgia agaainst LSU. Track & Held TULSA, Okla. — Simon Fraser, British Columbia, won the NAIA outdoor track and field championships Saturday, becoming the first women's NAIA team to win the indoor, outdoor and cross- country titles in the same academic year. The University of Mary, N.D., finished second and Southern University of New Orleans was third. On the men's side, Life University of Georgia used a strong performance by Sammy Nyamongo to win its second straight outdoor title. Life finished with 82 points, three more than Southern- New Orleans. 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