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?1 f E4 THE COURIER-JOURNAL FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1999 n Last night's scores x-overtime KENTUCKY COLLEGES Asbury 94. Cincinnati Bioie College 68 Georgetown 76. Union 64 lUPU-Ft Wayne 85. Bellarmine 69 Lmdsey Wilson 72. Bethel, Tenn 50 1 N Kentucky 81, SlU-Edwardsviile 76 W. Kentucky 65, Arkansas St 57 ' C-USA N C. Charlotte 67. Marquette 61 Southern Miss 74, Houston 57 TEN Michigan St 80. Iowa 65 . INDIANA COLLEGES Indianapolis 75. S Indiana 71 OTHER COLLEGES . Canisius 74. Rider 68 Long Island U 63, Quinnipiac 62. OT Louisiana Tech 69, New Orleans 61 '. Mount St Mary's, Md. 72, Monmouth 67 North Carolina 71 . Virginia 47 Penn 75 Drexel 65 Rhode Island 75. La Salle 62 Robert Morris 70. Cent Conn. St. 60 i Samtord 78, Campbell 69 Siena 86, Loyola. Md 78 ' Stetson 86. Troy St 73 SW Louisiana 50, South Alabama 48 Toledo 55. N Illinois 46 x-Virginia Tech 73, Dayton 64 W. Illinois 79, Youngstown St. 74 WOMEN Bellarmine 68, lUPU-Ft. Wayne 62 r. IU Southeast 86. Asbury 42 Kentucky Christian 57, Midway 44 J: Kentucky Wesleyan 90, St. Joseph s 82 Lindsey Wilson 82, Brescia 40 t Middle Tennessee 99, Morehead St 72 No. Kentucky 77, SlU-Edwardsville 51 ,; St. Catharine 92, Cumberland J.V. 68 Southern Indiana 78, Indianapolis 66 Union 64, Georgetown 60 Top 25 Tennessee (1) 77, Florida (21) 64 Ci 'Clemson (16) 70. N C State 58 KENTUCKY BOYS Nelson County 76. Central Hardin 58 All "A" Classic , Fourth Region Todd Co. Central 79. Metcalfe Co. 40 (SF) Sixth Region " - Beth Haven 76. Evangel 45 (SF) Seventh Region Collegiate 50, St Francis 47 (1st) n Eighth Region t Trimble Co. 60, Eminence 49 (SF) 10th Region 0, Bracken Co. 76, Millersburg Military 65 , . Maysville St. Patrick 78. Demmg 45 ii 15th Region , Paintsville 90. Milliard 64 Pikeville 78, South Floyd 55 (Previously unreported) r Owensboro Catholic 74, Daviess Co. 44 Central Hardin 66, LaRue Co. 54 - KENTUCKY GIRLS Louisville area Doss 70, Christian Academy 68 . North Bullitt 65, Collegiate 26 Oldham County 62, Anderson Co. 40 Elsewhere In Kentucky i Boone County 62, Simon Kenton 38 f Boyle Co. 51 . South Laurel 45 ""' Bracken Co. 65, Lewis Co 56 I Casey Co. 59, Mercer Co. 48 Elizabethtown 46, Meade County 38 Franklin-Simpson 38, Greenwood 34 ? Garrard Co. 63, West Jessamine 54 ' Harrison Co 61 , Owen Co. 35 ' Johnson Central 59, Elkhorn City 58 Knott Co. Central 58, Fleming-Neon 42 t McCreary Central 62, Russell County 41 Muh. North 41 , Muh. South 40 , .'. Paris 93, Pendleton County 60 .. Pmeville 65. Barbourville 36 , Rockcastle Co. 66, Madison Southern 32 i Spencer County 63, Eminence 15 Taylor County 52, Marion County 24 Trimble County 49, Walton-Verona 40 Wayne County 64. Pulaski SW 41 : West Carter 81 , Bath County 47 Western Hills 66. Madison Central 43 : ' Fayette Co. Invitational Tates Creek 54. Lalayette 51 (LB) Woodford Co. 60. Henry Clay 58 i INDIANA GIRLS t Austin 52, North Harrison 44 Charlestown 75, Salem 41 ' Henryville 51, Borden 49 1. . Tonight's schedule ,. Kentucky colleges Alice Lloyd at Covenant, 7:30 p.m.; Asbury at Temple i Baptist, 8 p m.; Centre at Hendrix, 8 p.m.; v Coal Classic (Pikeville) Women Louisville at Memphis, 8 pm ; Indiana at Purdue, 7:30 p.m.; Alice - Lloyd at Covenant, 5:30 p.m.; Transylvania at Berea, 7 p.m.; Centre at Hendrix, 6 p.m. Pro football SUPER BOWL V FAVORITE POINTS UNDERDOG v- Denver 7 Atlanta 1 Odds by National Spoils Service, Inc. . Lotteries Some of last night's lottery results were received too late to be included in this edition. Those results will be published tomorrow. KENTUCKY Lotto Kentucky For 12099 Worth: $8.5 million 9 13 17 24 32 37 PAYOUTS: No Six-digit winners 16 Five-digit winners: paid $1,000 747 Four-digit winners: paid $50 Next jackpot for 12399 Worth: $8.8 million INDIANA Hoosier Lotto For 12099 Worth. $7 million 7 9 22 33 45 47 PAYOUTS: No Six-digit winners 18 Five-digit winners: paid $753 Next jackpot for 12399 Worth: $7.5 million B CASH 4 LIFE For 12199 22-32-35-47 P0WERBALL For 12099 Worth: $10 million 2 12 19 40 48 27 (Last number is POWERBALL) NATIONAL PAYOUTS: No Six-digit winners 3 Five-digit winners (no power ball): $100,000 Secondary prizes not listed. ILLINOIS For 12199 Pick Three Midday - 3-8-2 Pick Three Evening - 5-9-0 Pick Four Midday -8-1-6-3 Pick Four Evening - 4-6-6-4 Little Lotto 2- 10-13-19-27 OHIO For 12199 Pick Three - 0-2-9 Pick Four -1-5-5-8 Buckeye Five 3- 20-25-31-35 Lottery numbers any time (two phone numbers are toll-free): Kentucky: (502) 583-2000. Indiana: (800) 955-6886. Illinois: (217) 524-5155. Ohio: (800) 589-6446. ZZZZZZZZZZ2 Providence 51 , Oarksvrile 48 LATE WEDNESDAY OTHER COLLEGES Bucknell 63. Colgate 60 CS Northndge 84, Sacramento St. 68 Lalayette 73. Lehigh 70 Massachusetts 63. St Joseph's 55 Richmond 66. American U 63 UC Santa Barbara 78. Cal Poly-SLO 75 UCLA 98, Southern Cal 80 KENTUCKY BOYS Elsewhere m Kentucky Cordia 67, Jenkins 53 Owensboro Catholic 58. Apollo 45 All A Classic First Region Fulton City 49. Ballard Memonal 46 KENTUCKY GIRLS V. ',,,, NHL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pts GF GA Philadelphia 24 10 10 58 135 87 x-New Jersey 24 14 5 53 126 114 Pittsburgh 20 14 7 47 122 113 N Y. Rangers 17 21 7 41 117 124 N Y. Islanders 14 29 3 31 106 136 Northeast Division Ottawa 25 14 6 56 133 101 x-Toronto 26 16 3 55 148 131 Buffalo :...23 13 7 53 119 86 Boston 20 16 7 47 116 97 x-Montreal 17 20 8 42 106 117 Southeast Division Carolina 20 18 7 47 116 112 Florida 17 16 11 45 110 115 Washington 16 23 4 36 100 113 x-Tampa Bay 10 30 4 24 91 152 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L T Pts GF GA Detroit 23 20 3 49 135 122 x-St Louis 16 16 9 41 109 104 x-Nashville 16 24 4 36 102 140 x-Chicago 12 25 7 31 94 138 Northwest Division x-Colorado 21 19 4 46 110 111 x-Edmonton 18 19 6 42 123 113 Vancouver 15 24 6 36 115 135 x-Calgary 15 26 4 34 110 135 Pacilic Division Dallas 27 9 7 61 127 89 x-Phoenix 24 11 6 54 110 84 x-Anaheim 17 19 8 42 110 105 x-SanJose 15 18 11 41 101 103 x-Los Angeles 16 24 4 36 104 118 x-Last night's games not included LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS Ottawa 3, Boston 1 : Sami Salo scored his first NHL goal as the Senators beat the Bruins. Philadelphia 4, Washington 1: Eric Lindros tied his career high with a goal in his seventh straight game Thursday night as the Flyers beat the Capitals! Islanders 5, Penguins 2: Joe Sacco scored a shorthanded goal as the Islanders ended an 11-game winless streak by bealing the Penguins. Detroit 4, Carolina 1: Florida 2, N.Y. Rangers 1 Toronto at St Louis Tampa Bay at Nashville Montreal at Chicago Calgary at Colorado Anaheim at Phoenix New Jersey at Los Angeles Edmonton at San Jose LATE WEDNESDAY Florida 5, N.Y, Islanders 2: Pavel Bure, just acquired by Florida, scored two goals to lead the Panthers to a victory over the Islanders. Toronto 6, Dallas 4: Steve Thomas scored a key third-period goal and Steve Sullivan added an insurance goal as the Maple Leafs held off the Stars. New Jersey 4, Anaheim 3: Vadim Sharifijanov scored the go-ahead goal with 11:20 remaining and the Devils rallied twice to beat the Mighty Ducks. TONIGHT'S GAMES No games scheduled Spring Training Dates AMERICAN LEAGUE Team P-C Full Anaheim Feb 17 Feb 23 Baltimore Feb 19 Feb 25 Boston Feb 20 Feb 24 Chicago Feb 19 Feb 24 Cleveland Feb 18 Feb 24 Detroit Feb 20 Feb 24 Kansas City Feb 20 Feb 25 Minnesota Feb 21 Feb 27 New York Feb 17 Feb 23 Oakland Feb 20 Feb 25 Seattle Feb 17 Feb 23 Tampa Bay Feb 18 Feb 24 Texas Feb 18 Feb 25 Toronto Feb 22 Feb 25 NATIONAL LEAGUE Team P-C Full Arizona Feb 17 Feb 23 Atlanta Feb 17 Feb 23 Chicago Feb 20 Feb 26 Cincinnati Feb 16 Feb 23 Colorado' Feb 18 Feb 24 Florida Feb 21 Feb 26 Houston Feb 17 Feb 23 Los Angeles Feb 18 Feb 24 Milwaukee Feb 19 Feb 25 Montreal Feb 20 Feb 25 New York Feb 19 Feb 25 Philadelphia Feb 19 Feb 24 Pittsburgh Feb 18 Feb 24 St. Louis Feb 18 Feb 24 San Diego Feb 18 Feb 24 San Francisco Feb 18 Feb 25 Expansion Eligibles List 130 players, five per 28 NFL teams, that have been named for the Cleveland Browns' expansion draft to be held on February 9, as announced by the National Football League: ARIZONA WR Fred Brock, DB J.B, Brown, DE Jerry Drake, RB-TE Jarius Hayes. LB Terry Irving, ATLANTA TBA. BALTIMORE DB Donny Brady, G Ben Cavil, WR Michael Jackson, DB Ste-von Moore, LB Tyrell Peters. BUFFALO C Bill Conaty, WR Quinn Early, DB Ray Jackson, OB Alex Van Pelt, RB Clarence Williams. CAROLINA NT Mike Fox, G Corbin Lacma, RB Winslow Oliver, LB Tarek Sa-leh, DB Tony Veland. CHICAGO DB Ricky Bell, LB Andre Collins, DB Marlon Forbes, T Andy Heck, LB Jim Schwartz. CINCINNATI LB James Francis, WR Damon Gibson, NT Mike Thompson, C Greg Truift, LB Tom Tumulty. DALLAS DT Antonio Anderson, WR Bill Davis, RB Daryl Johnston, DE Hurvin McCormack. C Clay Shiver. DENVER TBA DETROIT DB Robert Bailey, WR Tommie Boyd, RB Jems McPhail, C Jim Pyne, DT Marc Spindler. GREEN BAY RB Michael Blair, WR Robert Brooks, WR Roell Preston, DE Reqgie White. T Matt Willig. INDIANAPOLIS LB Elijah Alexander. WR Aaron Bailey, DB Robert Blackmon, DE Al Fontenot. G Tom Myslinski. JACKSONVILLE DB Kevin Devine, DB Deon Figures, LB James Hamilton, WR Will Moore. DT Jose White. KANSAS CITY T Jeff Criswell, LB Ron George, WR Danan Hughes, TE Ted Popson, G Pete Swanson. MIAMI T Jeff Buckey. LB Larry Izzo. TE Henry Lusk, RB Ronald Moore, DE Daniel Stubbs. MINNESOTA G Orlando Bobo, OB Todd Bouman, S Duane Butler, LB Dixon Edwards, QB Jay Fiedler. NEW ENGLAND WR Vincent Brisby, DE Ferric Collons, T Scott Rehberg, G Todd Rucci, RB Sedrick Shaw. NEW ORLEANS LB Ink Aleaga. WR Brett Bech, DB Chris Hewitt, WR Qadry Ismail, OB Heath Shuler. NEW YORK GIANTS DB Kory Black-well, C Derek Engler, G Jerry Reynolds, DB Brandon Sanders, DB Tito Wooten. NEW YORK JETS G Jim Bundren, OB Glenn Foley, C Mike Gisler, S-CB Jerome Henderson, C John Hudson. OAKLAND DE Aundray Bruce, DB Perry Carter, T Rick Cunningham, WR Desmond Howard, LB Terry Wooden. PHILADELPHIA WR Jeff Graham, DB Tim McTyer, WR Freddie Solomon, C Morns Unutoa. LB James Willis. PITTSBURGH WR Jahine Arnold, TE Harold Bishop. DE Rod Manuel, DB Jason Simmons. T Will Wolford ST. LOUIS C John Flannery. RB Jerald Moore. C Tom Nutten, DT Joe Phillips, OB Kurt Warner. SAN DIEGO LB James Burgess, TE John Burke, TE Frank Hartley, T Marcus Pnce. DB Gerome Williams. SAN FRANCISCO C Steve Gordon. C-LB Randy Kirk. DB Antonio Langham, RB Chuck Levy, LB James Williams. SEATTLE RB Steve Broussard, C Kevin Glover, LB Jason Kyle, TE Deems May. DB Eric Stokes. TAMPA BAY DT Marcus Jones, OB Scott Milanovich, DB Charles Mincy. LB Milch Palmer. DB Anthony Parker. TENNESSEE RB Mike Archie. WR Willie Davis, LB Lenoy Jones, DB George McCullough, G Erik Norgard. WASHINGTON RB Terry Allen, DB Jesse Campbell, DB Cris Dishman, QB Gus Frerotte, T Paul Wiggins. 7TJT 11 Last night's summaries Kentucky colleges At Cincinnati ASBURY 94 (56-38) Dunn 2, Wilder 6. Johnson 2, Price 17. Shouse 7. McMa-hon 23, Satre 6, Schmutz 8, Sterrett 4, ODonnell2, Ankev 17 CINCINNATI BIBLE COLLEGE 68 (37-31) Mirante 8, Kuhl 2, McCarly 3. Hollingsworth 1. Hatless 19. Hood 6, Carter 10, Cooper 1, Morgan 2, Case 2, Wilson 11, Edwards 3. 3-point goals McMahon 3. Price 2, Shouse 1, Mirante 2, Carter 2 Hartess 1. At Highland Heights SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 76 (29-47) McKinzie 24. Wallbaum 16, Wierzba 20, Moss 6. Mmshall 2. Cowan 2. Thorsen 6 NORTHERN KENTUCKY 89 (38-51) Sanders 14. Norwell 11, Vieth 6, Conley 25, Lawhon 16, Perdrix 2, Schaefer 3, Nixon 12. 3-point goals Wierzba 4, Lawhon 5. Conley 3, Sanders 2. Nixon 1, Schaefer 1. Records SIU Edwardsville 7-8, Northern Kentucky 12-4. Indiana colleges At Indianapolis SOUTHERN INDIANA 71 (24-47) Ademi 11, Kelley 15, Green 12, Owens 5, Bond 15, Carter 1, Loving 7, Tooley 5. INDIANAPOLIS 75 (30-45) Martin 13, Gilbert 11, Skurka 6, Kent 15, Foster 1 7, Peckmpaugh 8, Coyne 4, Hupfer 1 , 3-point goals Bond 3, Kelley 2, Owens 1, Tooley 1, Foster 2, Kent 1, Martin 1. Records Southern Indiana 13-3, Indianapolis 9-6. . C-USA At Charlotte, N.C. MARQUETTE 61 (9-10) Wardle 3-10 1-2 8. Nnamaka 4-9 3-5 13, Harris 1-3 1-2 3, Cliff 6-15 0-0 16. Bargen 4-8 0-0 10, Henry 2-5 0-0 5, Mueller 1-1 2-2 4, Clausen 1-10-O2 Totals 22-52 7-11 61. N.C. CHARLOTTE 67 (12-6) Young 3- 8 4-9 11, Gardiner 2-2 2-4 7. Price 7-12 7-12 21, M. Thomas 3-7 0-0 7, Guevara 2-5 4-5 10, Smith 2-4 0 0 6. Toliver 1-2 0-0 3, J. Thomas 0-0 2-2 2, Neely 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 20-41 19-32 67 Halftime Marquette 29, N C. Charlotte 28. 3-Point goals Marquette 10-28 (Cliff 4- 9, Nnamaka 2-5, Bargen 2-5, Wardle 1-3, Henry 1-4, Harris 0-2). N.C. Charlotte 8-16 (Guevara 2-4, Smith 2-4, Gardiner 1-1, Young 1-2, Toliver 1-2, M. Thomas 1-3). Rebounds Marquette 29 (Nnamaka 5), N.C. Charlotte 32 (Gardiner 9). Assists Marquette 10 (Bargen, Henry 3), N.C. Charlotte 14 (Young 5). A 6.282. At Hattiesburg, Miss. HOUSTON 57 (7-10) Hendrick 3-7 1-1 8, Younger 3-9 4-4 10, Stringfellow 2-2 0-1 4. Botts 3-9 3-4 11, Gervin 6-14 2-3 17, Spears 2-2 0-0 4, Moore 0-2 0-0 0, Crosby 0-3 1-2 1, Ballis 0-0 0-1 0, Mo-ceanu 0-2 2-2 2, Totals 19-50 13-18 57. ' SOUTHERN MISS 74 (12-7) Reed 5- 10 4-4 16, Thompson 2-2 1-2 5, Richards 5-10 4-8 14, Winn 0-1 0-0 0, Staple-ton 5-8 4-4 16, Flowers 5-8 0-0 11, Lewis 0-2 0-0 0, Cauthen 1-2 4-5 6, Jones 1-2 0- I 2, Booker 2-3 0-0 4, Schwab 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 26-50 17-24 74. Halftime Southern Miss 32. Houston 18. 3-point goals Houston 6-13 (Hendrick 1-1, Younger 0-1, Botts 2-5, Gervin 3-3, Crosby 0-2, Moceanu 0-1), Southern Miss 5-14 (Reed 2-6, Stapleton 2-3, Flowers 1-3, Lewis 0-2). Rebounds Houston 31 (Stringfellow 8), Southern Miss 31 (Richards 8). Assists Houston 6 (Gervin 2), Southern Miss 13 (Cauthen 3). A 4,416. Top 25 At Chapel Hill, N.C. VIRGINIA 47 (10-9) Williams 4-15 0-0 9. Dersch 4-14 5-6 13, Hunter 0-4 2-2 2, Watson 3-5 0-0 7, Hand 1-10 0-0 2, Hall 5- II 0-1 11, Lemcke 1-1 0-0 3, Harbour 0-1 0- 0 0, Lyons 0-3 0-0 0, Martin 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 18-65 7-9 47. NORTH CAROLINA 71 (16-4) Oku-laja 4-10 7-8 16, Lang 5-11 0-3 10, Haywood 5-7 2-2 12, Owens 3-10 0-0 6, Cota 2-4 0-0 5, Frederick 0-2 0-0 0, Evtimov 2-7 3-4 7, Curry 2-6 0-2 5, Ber-sticker 5-7 0-0 10, Melendez 0-1 0-0 0, Newby 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 28-68 12-19 71. Halftime North Carolina 37, Virginia 17. 3-point goals Virginia 4-31 (Watson 1- 1, Lemcke 1-1, Hall 1-6, Williams 1-11, Lyons 0-2, Dersch 0-4, Hand 0-6), North Carolina 3-14 (Cota 1-1, Okulaia 1-2, Curry 1-4, Bersticker 0-1, Newby 0-2, Owens 0-4). Rebounds Virginia 32 (Williams 9), North Carolina 61 (Haywood 16). AssistsVirginia 11 (Hand 4), North Carolina 15 (Cota 6). A-21 ,572. Women At Fort Wayne, Ind. BELLARMINE 68 (39-29) Beasley 11, Conner 3, Taylor 4, Young 13, Danner 10, Holland 6. Hutchcraft 16, Gonzalez 5. IUPU-FORT WAYNE 62 (32-30) Moore 8, McMillin 12, Hatch 5, Bruening 13, Douglas 8, Thomas 2, Womack 4, Loveless 4, Duncan 6. 3-point goals Beasley 3. Young 2, Danner 2, Moore 2. McMillin 2, Hatch 1. At Williamsburg ST. CATHARINE 92 (37-65) Tucker 20, Willhite 11, Burton 2, Jones 10, Mitchell 3, Turner 7, Rogers 8, Richardson 23, Baker 2. Allen 6. CUMBERLAND J.V. 68 (31-37) Smith 10, Kelley 26, Coffey 22, Mahler 7, Roberts 1 , Lehn 2. 3-point goals Jones 1, Rogers 2, Richardson 2. Coffey 3. Records St. Catharine 14-6. Cumberland 0-9. At Barbourville GEORGETOWN 60 (30-30) Hood 14, Logsdon 4, Sullivan 12, Lincoln 7, Maddox4. Crable17. UNION 64 (30-34) Bailey 26, Jones 15, Gallert 2, Jackson 9, Parrott 3, M. Lewallen 9. 3-point goals Hood 1, Lincoln 1, Bailey 3. Jones 2. Jackson 1. Records Georgetown 8-9. Union 13-3. At Highland Heights SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 51 (21-30) Lowe 18. Clark 21. Cory 9. Johnson 4. NORTHERN KENTUCKY 77 (30-47) Stanley 10, Cornell 10, S. Smith 27, Tuch-farber 20, Kelsey 8, Roddy 2. 3-point goals Clark 2, Cory 3, Stanley 2, Kelsey 2. Records Southern lllinois-Edwardsville 11-4, Northern Kentucky 14-2. At Wilmore IU SOUTHEAST 86 (47-36) Biehle 9, Malott 2, Curry 3, Bunn 13, Bogard 9, Miller 8, Peterson 12, Stewart 20, Robinson 10. ASBURY 42 (22-30) Maple 6, Skaggs 20, Graham 1, Kenney 6, Freeman 2. McLlwam 7. 3-point goals Curry 1 , Dunn 1 . At Columbia BRESCIA 40 (19-21) Humphrey 1, Jeffries 7, S Daum 7, Bilbrey 5, I. Daum 4, Whitaker 4, Newby 2, Carver 4, Howell 2, Mehrmger 4. LINDSEY WILSON 82 (55-27) Redden 2, Burns 7, Board 4, Jones 2, Crawley 9, Baker 24, Pruitt 5. Lankford 14, Hamhck 6. Rowland 2, Shirley 7. 3-point goals S Daum 1, Bilbrey 1, Burns 1, Crawley 1, Baker 3, Pruitt 1, Lankford 2, Hamnck 1. At Indianapolis SOUTHERN INDIANA 78 (36-42) Hughes 20, Glaser 15. DeShasier 19, Seitz 10. Donner 12, Gingerch 2. INDIANAPOLIS 66 (33-33) Glenn 10, Oberle 16, Rasmey 24, Virgin 2, DeWitt 5. Sturtevant 7, Shafer 2. 3-point goals Glaser 1, Hughes 1, Donner 1. Oberle 1, DeWitt 1. Records Southern Indiana 11-8. Indianapolis 6-10. At Rensselaer, Ind. KENTUCKY WESLEYAN 90 (43-47) Bridgeman 10, Tutt 9, Sanders 14, Brewer 14. Johnson 20, Wolf 13. Meyer 10 SAINT JOSEPH S 82 (27-55) Hupfer 31, Bumpers 21, Witherby 2, Harvey 6. Gallegos 8, Rentas 2, Claridge 3, Mullikin 7, Masters 2. . 3-point goals Johnson 2, Tutt 1, Sanders 1, Brewer 1, Gallegos 2, Harvey 1, Claridge 1, Mullikin 1. Records Kentucky Wesleyan 10-6, Saint Joseph's 10-5. At Midway KENTUCKY CHRISTIAN 57 (20-37) Evans 6, McKee 9, Risbeck 16, Carter 6, Wolber 9. Priest 5, Johnson 2, Hannum 4. MIDWAY 44 (13-31) Allison 3. Huber 5. Johnson 14, Samuell 4, Jackson 11, Hibbs 3, Chancellor 4. 3-point goals McKee 1, Carter 1, GIL THORP 'you know bsttepoTveam i know youYburnsyNT fp you give YpxV" THAN TO UNPERCUTl WEEKS OU&Tl HERE AULYOUR H KSP'T i, A MAN UNPER THE J A&OUT I MU6TUNS ALdEAPV I VVI NSJINC? TO EL TEN. fcm 30ARPS i333. THAT POZTW6 CHEWEP JL YOU MOTWR?J f Priest 1, Hannum 1, Jackson 3 Hibbs 1. At Mufreesboro, Tenn. MOREHEAD STATE 72 (28-44) Braz'ey 4, Dempsey 16. Mitchell 13, Elliott 17. Robinson 6. Klee 7. Vardian 2. Kel-lough 2, Grooms 2, Schaberg 1, S. Brown 2 MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE 99 (48- 51) Burrell 12, Chastam 7, Buck 3, Neeley 4. Elder 7. Lutkin 10, McClure 8, Thomatis 16. Amsworth 6, Carter 2, Perkins 1 1 . Wmfree 8. Conner 5. 3-point goals Mitchell 2. Elliott 1. Klee 1, Chastam 2, Buck 1, Lufkin 3, Perkins 1, Conner 1. Records More-head State 3-13, Middle .Tennessee State 11-6. Late Wednesday Indiana colleges At Hanover, Ind. WABASH 66 (37-29) Tabor 15, Latham 24. McCall 2, Estelle 14, Carpenter 2. King 5. Ferguson 4. HANOVER 68 (37-31) Lorenzi 16, Byrd 12, Schluge 10. Shrewsberry 12, Klein 7. Bowen 2. Moyer 9. 3-point goals Estelle 2, Latham 2, Tabor 1, King 1, Lorenzi 2, Shrewsberry 2, Klein 1. Records Wabash 10-4, Hanover 11-4. C-USA At St. Louis SOUTH FLORIDA 60 (9-6) Smith 2-6 0-0 6, Reeves 1-3 3-4 5, Asbury 2-6 3-4 7. Waldon 9-12 1-4 19, Jenkins 7-14 2-2 18. Frazier 1-5 0-0 3, Jackson 0-1 0-0 0, Brown 1-40-0 2 Totals 23-51 9-14 60. SAINT LOUIS 69 (9-9) Cobbin 3-7 4-4 12, Luechtefeld 2-4 4-4 9, Hemrich 0-0 2- 2 2, Love 5-13 1-2 12, Fergerson 3-10 0-0 8, Walker 0-1 0-2 0. Bamak 3-3 0-0 6, Robertson 1-1 8-10 10. Tatum 2-8 3-4 7, Simmons 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 20-49 22-28 69. Halftime Saint Louis 39, South Florida 31. 3-Point goals South Florida 5-14 (Smith 2-5, Jenkins 2-4, Frazier 1-2. Asbury 0-2, Waldon 0-1), Saint Louis 7-19 (Fergerson 2-7. Cobbin 2-5, Luechtefeld 1-1, Love 1-3, Simmons 1-2, Walker 0-1). Rebounds South Florida 25 (Smith 8), Saint Louis 38 (Tatum 10). Assists South Florida 11 (Asbury 7), Saint Louis 15 (Walker 5). A-13,263 SEC At Columbia, S C. SOUTH CAROLINA 66 (5-12) Gall-man 3-5 0-0 6. Grant 1-5 0-0 3, Johnson 4- 4 0-0 8. McKie 6-12 8-11 22, Lucas 4-7 0- 0 10, Bradley 1-3 0-0 3, Rouse 0-1 0-0 0, Davis 3-5 2-2 8. Nix 1-4 1-3 3, Kinloch 1- 21-2 3. Totals 24-48 12-18 66. VANDERBILT 77 (11-6) LeBlanc 2-4 1-2 6, Langhi 8-18 2-2 20, LaPointe 3-6 2-4 9, Prater 3-10 6-6 12, Strong 2-6 4-5 8, Howard 5-12 3-5 16, Ford 2-6 0-1 4, Moore 0-1 0-0 0, Williams 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 26-65 18-2577. Halftime Vanderbilt 38, South Carolina 29, 3-point goals South Carolina 6-22 (Grant 1-5, McKie 2-6, Lucas 2-5. Bradley 1-2, Rouse 0-1, Davis 0-1, Nix 0-2), Vanderbilt 7-18 (LeBlanc 1-1, Langhi 2-3, LaPointe 1-1, Prater 0-4, Strong 0-1, Howard 3-5, Ford 0-2, Moore 0-1). Rebounds South Carolina 31 (McKie 4), Vanderbilt 36 (Langhi 13). Assists South Carolina 13 (McKie, Lucas 5), Vanderbilt 14 (Prater4). A 13,712. Big Ten At Madison, Wis. ILLINOIS 53 (8-10) Chukwudebe 1-2 0-0 2. Brown 2-8 4-7 8. Hawkins 3-5 0-1 6, Mast 2-4 0-0 5, Bradlord 5-14 6-6 18, A Davis 0-2 0-0 0, Archibald 1-5 1-1 3, Johnson 0-0 2-2 2, Krupaliia 0-2 0-0 0, McClam 4-4 1-1 9, Campbell 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 18-47 14-18 53. WISCONSIN 75 (17-3) Kowske 3-4 0-1 6, Vershaw 4-6 6-6 14, Mason 3-7 0-0 7, Calderwood 3-8 0-0 8, Kelley 2-4 3-3 7, Duany 1-3 2-2 4, T.Davis 0-0 2-2 2, Bryant 6-10 0-0 17, Moriarity 1-1 0-0 2, Faust 0-2 0-1 0, Burkemper 0-0 0-0 0, Linton 1-2 0-0 2. Sessoms 0-0 0-0 0, Wills 2-2 2-2 6. Totals 26-49 15-17 75. Halftime Wisconsin 33, Illinois 22. 3-Point goals Illinois 3-11 (Bradford 2-5, Mast 1-3, Brown 0-1, A.Davis 0-1, Campbell 0-1), Wisconsin 8-21 (Bryant 5-8, Calderwood 2-7, Mason 1-4, Duany 0-1, Kelley 0-1). Rebounds Illinois 25 (Archibald 4), Wisconsin 28 (Vershaw, Calderwood 6). Assists Illinois 7 (Mast 3), Wisconsin 18 (Calderwood 6). A 16,1 12. Top 25 At Stillwater, Okla. BAYLOR 47 (6-13) Kendrick 2-10 2-2 6, R.Jones 2-3 1-1 5, Lewis 8-15 6-8 22, Smith 1-4 0-0 2, Morris 2-8 0-0 4, D.Jones ,0-21-31, Allen 1-6 0-0 3, McCasland 0-1 0-0 0, Thornton 2-7 0-0 4, Gipson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 18-57 10-14 47. OKLAHOMA ST. 75 (13-4) Mason 5- 9 8-8 18, Webber 6-8 2-2 14, Peterson 5-10 6-8 16, Adkms 1-4 4-4 7, Gottlieb 2-4 0-0 5, Alexander 2-11 0-0 6, Jonzen 1-2 0-2 2, Sooter 0-0 0-0 0, Montonati 2-5 0-0 4, Weiberg 0-1 0-0 0, Gilmore 1-2 1-2 3. Totals 25-56 21-26 75. Halftime Oklahoma St. 41, Baylor 18. 3- Point goals Baylor 1-17 (Allen 1-5, Smith 0-1, Morris 0-2, D Jones 0-2, Thornton 0-3, Kendrick 0-4), Oklahoma St. 4-12 (Alexander 2-5. Gottlieb 1-2, Adkms 1-3, Mason 0-1, Peterson 0-1). Rebounds-Baylor 34 (Lewis 10), Oklahoma St. 42 (Webber 7). Assists Baylor 7 (McCasland 3), Oklahoma St. 19 (Adkms, Gottlieb 7). A-8. 108 At Clemson, S.C. DUKE 82 (18-1) Carrawell 5-8 0-1 11, Burgess 3-3 1-1 7, Brand 8-12 6-8 22, Avery 7-10 3-3 18, Langdon 3-9 0-0 8, Battier 3-6 1-2 9, Maggette 0-2 5-8 5, James 1-3 0-1 2, Domzalski 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-54 16-24 82. CLEMSON 60 (12-7) Jurkunas 1-5 0- 0 3, Jamison 1-3 0-0 2, Wideman 4-6 1-2 9, Mclntyre 5-18 3-4 13, Solomon 8-15 1- 2 19. Braddick 5-9 0-0 10, Gilmore 1-1 2- 2 4. Totals 25-57 7-10 60. Halftime Duke 32, Clemson 29. 3- Point goals Duke 6-18 (Battier 2-4, Langdon 2-7, Carrawell 1-2, Avery 1-2, James 0-1, Maggette 0-2), Clemson 3-19 (Solomon 2-B, Jurkunas 1-5, Mclntyre 0-6). Rebounds Duke 25 (Battier 8), Clemson 35 (Wideman 9). Assists Duke 14 (Carrawell 8), Clemson 12 (Mclntyre, Solomon 3), A 11,200. At Los Angeles UCLA 98 (13-4) Moiso 8-15 0-1 17, Rush 6-12 0-2 15, Gadzunc 7-7 2-4 16, Davis 5-12 4-6 16, Watson 2-8 2-2 7, Ramasar 0-0 0-2 0, Reed 0-3 0-1 0, Bailey 2-4 3-6 8, Barnes 1-2 3-5 5, Farnham 1-1 0-0 2, Young 5-5 0-0 12. Totals 37-69 14-29 98, SOUTHERN CAL 80 (10-6) Trepag-nier 4-10 2-2 10, Clancy 1-3 0-0 2, Scala-brine 3-10 7-9 13, Granville 2-7 2-2 6. Ayuso 4-9 5-7 16, Wilder 1-10 1-3 3, Spanich 3-7 1-2 8, Turner 2-6 9-12 13, Bluthenthal 0-1 0-0 0. Lakey 3-7 3-4 9. Totals 23-70 30-41 80. Halftime-UCLA 46, Southern Cal 35. 3-Point goals UCLA 10-16 (Rush 3-5. Young 2-2. Davis 2-3, Moiso 1-1, Bailey 1- 1, Watson 1-3, Barnes 0-1), Southern Cal 4- 16 (Ayuso 3-7. Spanich 1-2, Wilder 0-1, Trepagmer 0-2, Granville 0-4). Rebounds-UCLA 45 (Moiso 9), Southern Cal 43 (Scalabrine 8). Assists-UCLA 19 (Watson 8), Southern Cal 11 (Wilder 4). A-10 986 Honor roll MEN Three-game series: 742 Steve Simmons (266); 727 Stan Heicken III (300-256); 720 Billy Willis (299); 717 Mike Anderson, Bryan Doss; 716 Gary Kron; 709 Bobby Ednngton; 706 Matt Stephens (258); 704 Jason Autry; 699 Wade Lyles (253); 696 Tom Meadows; 695 Rick Tallhammer (255); 690 Jack Garrett; 686 Ricky Clark (267); 685 Chuck Guldenschuh (258); 684 Rick Ogle; 683 Ray Elzy (267), Reggie Conn III (300); 682 Chuck Farish; 672 Johnny Phelps; 671 Steve Fee: 667 Randy Cook Sr. (267); 665 Calvin Buechele, John Williams; 659 Donald Wolfe, Jim Barns, Arlis Tudor; 656 Jimmy Brewer Jr.; 652 Tony Shelburne, Kevin Vowels; 651 Don Bogard. BASEBALL NEW YORK METS Signed right-handed pitcher Jeff Tarn to a one-year contract. BASKETBALL ATLANTA HAWKS Signed guard Anthony Johnson and center Mark West. CHARLOTTE HORNETS Signed forward Derrick Coleman, forward Chucky Brown and guard Eidndge Recasner. CHICAGO BULLS Re-signed center Bill Wenmngton, signed guard Curtis Staples DENVER NUGGETS Sent center Dean Garrett and guard Bobby Jackson to Minnesota to complete a three-way trade with Toronto. DALLAS MAVERICKS Signed forward Ansu Sesay, guard Greg Buckner and forward Ace Custis GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS Signed forward Antawn Jamison to a mulliyear contract. Signed forward Tony Farmer, guard Jeff Grayer and guard Gerald Madkins to non-guaranteed contracts HOUSTON ROCKETS Re-signed forward Charles Barkley. INDIANA PACERS Signed forward-center Sam Perkins to a two-year contract LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS Resigned guard Darrick Martin. Signed forward Brian Skinner. LOS ANGELES LAKERS Signed guard Derek Harper to a one-year contract. Acquired forwardcenter Travis Knight from Boston for forward Tony Bat-tie MIAMI HEAT Signed forward Keith Askins, center Marty Conlon. guard Randy Livingston, center Amal McCaskill. forward Mark Strickland, guard Rex Walters and forward Jamie Watson. MILWAUKEE BUCKS Signed forward Robert Trav'or to a multiyear contract. Signed center Kipp Chrishanson, forward Mike Higgins, forward Donny Marshall and forward Donald Royal to one-year contracts NEW JERSEY NETS Re-signed center Jayson Williams to a multiyear contract NEW YORK KNICKS Acquired guard Latrell Sprewell from Golden State for guard John Starks, forward Chris Mills and forward Terry Cummmgs. ORLANDO MAGIC Signed center Isaac Austin, guard Darrell Armstrong, center Robert Conhsk, guard Damon Jones, center Jonathan Kerner and guard Ruben Nembhard PHILADELPHIA 76ERS Signed forward Matt Geiger to a six-year contract, forward Theo Ratliff to a seven-year contract, forward Harvey Grant to a two-year contract, forward George Lynch to a one- COLLEGE BASKETBALL TOP 20 1 Duke 2 Connecticut .. 3 Auburn 4 Maryland 5 Stanford 6 Kentucky 7 Cincinnati 8 Michigan St. . 9 Louisville 10 Florida Ratings for other teams (RalingstMOugh Wednesday's games) AMERICA EAST (67.99) 109 Hofstra 77.00 114 Maine 76 58 126 Delaware 75 79 145 Drexel 73 75 199 Boston U 69 39 256 Northeastern ............ 64 79 268. Vermont 63 32 2B2.Towson 61 66 289 Hartford ........ 60 20 304. New Hampshire 57.40 ATLANTIC COAST (84.81) 1.0uke 101 68 4 Maryland 95 94 14 North Carolina 8756 45 Florida St. ..... 82 41 54. No Carolina St 8146 79 Virginia 79 11 81. Wake Forest 7907 89 Clemson 78 69 106. Georgia Tech 77.42 ATLANTIC 10 (76.50) 17. Tempie 87.00 36 Kavier-Ohio 8314 46. George Wash 8227 57. Rhode Island 8134 73. Dayton 79.57 91. Massachusetts 78.19 110. St. Joseph's 76.89 143. St Bonaventure 73 81 184 La Salle 70 42 207. Fordham 6699 214. Virginia Tech 68 62 227 Duquesne 67.78 BIG EAST (81.72) 2. Connecticut ... 96 75 12 St John s 8926 20 Miami-Florida 86 09 34 Syracuse 83 26 41. Rutgers 8269 44 Villanova 82 60 48. Seton Hall ...... 81 80 50. Providence 8160 58 Pittsburgh 80 103 Notre Dame 77 52 112. West Virginia ...7686 117 Georgetown.... .. 7619 235. Boston College 66 73 BIG SKY (70.89) 71 Northern Arizona ...... 79 60 108 Weber St 77 08 118. Portland St 7617 147 CS Northndge , 73 58 165 Montana St. 7180 191 Montana .....6996 209 Eastern Wash 68 88 272. Idaho St. 63 28 302 Sacramento St 5765 BIG SOUTH (61.36) 219 Winthrop 68 21 221 Radford 6818 249. NCAsheville 6591 274. Charleston So 63 08 292. High Point 59 97 296 Eton College 5921 310. Coastal Carolina 55 96 315. Liberty 50 33 BIG TEN (84.94) . 8 Michigan St 91.24 11 Wisconsin 89 34 13. Iowa 88 38 15. Ohio St 87 32 16 Indiana 87.21 24 Purdue 85 50 25 Minnesota 85 48 60 Northwestern 80 82 65 Penn St 80 41 70 Michigan 79 67 84. Illinois 78.95 BIG 12 (78.28) 19 Kansas 86 20 42. Oklahoma 31 82 68 43 Oklahoma 82 63 55 Missouri . 81 42 63 Kansas St 80 76 67 Texas 8011 88 Neoraska 78 71 95 Iowa St 7804 113 Colorado ..76 83 140 Teias Tech 74 05 173 TexasA&M 71.17 234 Baylor 66.74 BIG WEST (69.87) 69 New Mexico St 79 70 107 Boise St 77 09 158 Utah SI ...72 36 182 Long Beach St. 7048 169 Pacific 70 19 192 Idaho 6990 197 CSFullerton 69 71 , 200 UC Irvine 69 30 206 Santa Barbara 6902 240 Cal Poly SLO 66 55 263 Nevada 64 06 291 North Texas 60.13 COLONIAL (71.76) 66 Old Dominion 80 26 121 George Mason 7614 148. James Madison 73 49 166 East Carolina 71.63 171 Richmond 71 23 176. Va. Common 70 89 187 NC Wilmington 70 24 246 American U. 66 03 250. WilliamS Mary 65 89 CONFERENCE USA (79.97) 7 Cincinnati 92 80 9 Louisville 90.10 31 UAB 84.13 52 NC Charlotte 8157 53 DePaul 81 57 75 South Florida 79 43 99 Saint Louis 77 75 101 Southern Miss 77 54 122 Memphis 76 03 142. Marquette 7387 156 Houston 72 80 163 Tulane .7204 IVY LEAGUE (66.60) 49 Princeton 81 69 78 Pennsylvania ........... 79 15 241. Dartmouth 6638 243 Harvard 6635 267 Cornell 6336 278 Columbia 62 29 306 Brown 5703 307. Yale 56 53 METRO ATLANTIC (70.68) 98 Siena 7782 152lona 72 90 154. Fairfield 72 83 161. Niagara 7220 169 Manst 71.49 172 Rider 71.20 210. Canisius 6887 220 St. Peter s 6819 225. Loyola-Maryland 67 98 270. Manhattan 63.30 MID-AMERICAN (76.48) 30 Miami-Ohio 8417 33. Toledo 83 36 47. Ohio 8183 59 Kent St 80 83 72 Marshall 79 59 80. Bowling Green ,.. 79 08 96 Ball St. 77 90 102 Akron 7753 131. Western Mich. 7519 150 Central Michigan ...... 73 09 201 Eastern Mich 6924 218 Northern Illinois 6822 261. Buffalo 6419 MID-CONTINENT (69.85) 123 Valparaiso 76 03 133 Oral Roberts 75 01 174 Western Illinois 70 94 193 Youngstown St 6985 202.UMKC 6920 204 Oakland, Mich. 6913 213 Southern Utah 6865 215 IUPUI 6860 285. Chicago St 61.25 MID-EASTERN (61.94) 216 CoppmSt 6852 247 Norfolk St 6601 254 Morgan St 6527 257 So Carolina St 64 72 258 Beth -Cook 64 56 264 No Caro A&T 6380 279 Md-E Shore 6196 293 Hampton 5965 298 Florida ASM 5839 312 Delaware St. 54 81 313. Howard 53.68 MIDWESTERN (73.19) 38 Detroit 8286 87 Butler 78 80 105 Wis.-GreenBay 7743 167. Cleveland St 7157 185. Wright St 70 41 205 Illinois-Chicago 69 07 212 Wis -Milwaukee 6B69 236 Loyola-Chicago 6668 MISSOURI VALLEY (78.27) 27 SW Missouri St 8502 29 Creighlon 84 32 76 Evansville 79 24 86 Bradley 78 85 94 InoianaSt 78 07 97 Illinois St ..'. 7785 104 Southern Illinois 77 48 125 Northern Iowa 75 85 144 Wichita St 73 78 160 Drake 72.27 NORTHEAST (66.01) 146 UMBC (Md-Balt) 73 72 168 St Francis-NY 71 55 217 Mount St Mary s 6826 224 Central Conn St. 68 05 229 Robert Moms 67 49 245 Fair Dickinson 6619 255 St Francis-Pa 6524 262 Wagner 6412 269 Quinnipiac 6331 271 Long Island U 6329 311 MonmouthNJ 54 92 OHIO VALLEY (68.75) 37 Murray St 8287 119 SE Missouri St 7615 175 Eastern Illinois 70 92 178 Morehead St 70 74 211 Austin Peay 68 75 233. Tennessee St 67 26 253 Middle Tenn 6533 260 Tennessee Tech 64 42 281 Tenn -Martin 6173 295. Eastern Ky 59.31 PACIFIC-10 (62.28) 5 Stanford 94 26 18 Anzona 8660 28 UCLA ...84 85 32 California 83 52 35 Oreqon 83 24 51 Washington 81 58 77 Southern Cal 7915 93 Arizona St 7815 116 Washington St. 76 46 135 Oregon St 74 97 by Jerry Jenkins and Ray Burns year contract. Signed guard Larry Hughes, former University of Kentucky center Nazr Mohammed and center Casey Shaw Acquired forward Mirsad Turk-can from Houston for a draft pick, PHOENIX SUNS Renounced Iree aaents forward Mike Brown, guard Kevin Johnson, center Horacio Llamas, forward George McCloud. forward center Antonio McDyess, centerforward Loren Meyer, forward Marko Milic, forward Dennis Scott, forward Wayman Tisdale and center "forward John Williams PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS Resigned guard Damon Stoudamire to a seven-year contract SEATTLE SUPERSONICS Traded center Jim Mcllvame to the New Jersey Nets for forwardcenter Michael Cage and forward Don Maclean Signed James Cotton to a two-year contract. TORONTO RAPTORS Sent guard Chauncey Billups and the draft rights to guard Tyson Wheeler to Denver for a 1999 first-round draft pick, the draft rights to center Zelijiko Rebraca and guard Mi-cheal Williams and Minnesota's 1999 or 2000 first-round draft pick. Denver sent center Dean Garrett and guard Bobby Jackson to Minnesota to complete the three-way trade. FOOTBALL CLEVELAND BROWNS Named former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Chris Palmer head coach. GREEN BAY PACKERS Named Larry Beightol offensive line coach, Steve Ortmayer special teams coach and Barry Rubin strength and conditioning coach. MIAMI DOLPHINS Named Paul Boudreau offensive line coach NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Announced the retirement of Dick Stanfel, offensive line coach. Named Bill Meyers offensive line coach SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Named Terry Donahue director of player personnel and signed him to a three-year contract. Signed tight end Jamara Bell and wide receiver Karl Lerum. COLLEGE CINCINNATI Named Rick Smith defensive coordinator. MONTANA Announced quarterback Sean Davis has transferred to Southwestern Oklahoma NORTH CAROLINA Announced running tack Ravon Anderson has decided to transfer to another school after the spring semester. HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTATION Announced that senior setter Becky Wilson will sign to play volleyball for Spalding University. . 101.68 ...96 75 ... 96 49 ... 95.94 ... 94 26 ...93 09 ... 92 80 ... 91 24 ... 90.10 11. Wisconsin 89 34 12. St. John's 8926 13. Iowa 88 38 14. North Carolina 87 56 15 Ohio SI 87 32 16. Indiana 87 21 17. Temple 8700 18 Arizona 86 60 19 Kansas 86 20 20 Miami-Florida 86 09 PATRIOT (65.61) 130 Navy 75 39 137. Lalayette 74 67 228 Bucknell 6756 231 Colgate 6729 297 Army 5914 299 Holy Cross 67 86 305 Lehigh .....57.34 SOUTHEASTERN (83.21) 3 Auburn 96 49 6 Kentucky. ...... 93 09 10 Florida.... ...8948 22 Tennessee 85 75 23 Mississippi 85 65 40 Georgia ...8273 56 Arkansas 81 39 62 Vanderbilt 80 76 83 Alabama 79 00 115 Mississippi St 76 53 127. LSU 75 49 162. South Carolina 72.11 SOUTHERN (67.49) 64. Col. of Charles 8046 136. Appalachian St 74 83 141. Davidson 73 95 177. Chattanooga 70.84 203. East Tenn. St 69.18 223. Furman 6809 242 Georgia So 6638 244 Wolford 66.28 259 VMI 64 45 283 NC Greensboro 6154 300 Citadel 67 78 309 Western Carolina 56.18 SOUTHLAND (66.70) 132 SW Texas St 7514 159. NE Louisiana 72 36 164 Lamar 7185 196 Tex -San Antonio 69 75 238. Texas-Arlington 66 61 248 NW Louisiana ..6600 251 NichollsSt 65 73 252. Sam Houston St 6542 275 McNeeseSt 6306 284 S F Austin 6129 308 SE Louisiana 56 53 SOUTHWESTERN (62.71) 153. Alcorn St. 7287 186. Southern U ...70 24 195 Jackson St 6979 265. Alabama A&M 63 62 277 Alabama Si 62.70 288 Texas Southern 60 60 290 Miss. Valley St 6015 301.Grambling 5767 303. Prairie View A&M 5760 314. Ark.-Pine Bluff 51 87 SUN BELT (73.37) 120. Arkansas St. ....76.14 128. Louisiana Tech 7549 134 Western Ky 74 99 138. SW Louisiana 74 44 155 Fla, International 72 82 157, New Orleans 72.76 181. South Alabama 7049 194. Ark -Little Rock 6984 TRANS AMERICA (65.90) 124.Samford 75 94 149 Central Florida 73 47 198. GeorqiaSt 6943 230. Centenary . 67 40 237. Stetson 6668 266 Campbell 63 59 273. Florida Atlantic 6310 276 Jacksonville 62 96 280. Mercer 6180 286 Jacksonville St 61 14 294. Troy St 5941 WEST COAST (73.39) 21 Gonzaga 85 76 100. Pepperdine 77 60 111. San Diego .76 88 179. San Francisco 7068 180. Saint Mary s-Cal 7061 190 SantaClara 7016 222. Portland 6817 232. Loyola Mary 6728 WAC (75 87) 26 TCU 85 23 39. Utah 82 78 61. Tulsa 80 77 68 New Mexico 8009 74 Fresno St 79 52 82.UNLV 79 05 85. Colorado St 78 87 90. Rice 7852 92 Wyoming 78.16 129 UTEP 75 42 1 39. Brigham Young 74 26 151. San Jose St 73 00 183. Air Force 70 48 188 SMU 70 20 239. Hawaii 66 57 287 San Diego St 61 05 INDEPENDENTS (69.41) 170 Belmont 71 35 208 Denver 6892 226. Texas-Pan Am. 6795 COLLEGE BASKETBALL Spartans bash Iowa, take first in Big Ten Associated Press Michigan State took over sole possession of first place in the Big Ten as reserve Morris Peterson scored 19 points and the llth-ranked Spartans rolled to an 80-65 victory over No. 14 Iowa last night. Dean Oliver and Guy Rucker each scored 12 points for the visiting Hawkeyes (13-3, 4-2), who lost their second straight after an 11-game winning streak. It was the fourth straight win for the Spartans (15-4, 4-1), yet it looked as if Iowa might run them right out of Breslin Center early. Jess Settles scored six straight points as Iowa led 19-4 after 7:33. The Spartans were so out of synch that they didn't take their first shot until 2:32 had been played. It was 3:19 before they made one. But once they pulled themselves together, they controlled the game. A layup by Peterson with 11:29 left in the first naif launched a 24-6 run that enabled Michigan State to lead 28-25 at halftime. Peterson and Ma-teen Cleaves hit three-pointers and Charlie Bell had six points during that spurt. The run continued as Iowa scored just two points over the first 6:24 of the second half while the Spartans rolled to a 47-27 lead. The Hawkeyes never recovered. North Carolina 71, Virginia 47: Brendan Haywood had 12 points and a career-high 16 rebounds as No. 10 North Carolina (16-4, 4-2 Atlantic Coast) overwhelmed cold-shooting Virginia (10-9, 1-6) with its powerful inside game. Ademola Okulaja led the Tar Heels with 16 points and had 11 rebounds as they had a 61-32 advantage on the boards. The Cavaliers, who missed their first 13 three-point attempts, fell to 0-14 in the Smith Center and 3-56 in Chapel Hill while scoring a season-low point total. ACC scoring leader Chris Williams scored two points in the first half and was 0 for 6 from three-point range as the Cavaliers shot 28 percent, were outrebounded 27-8 and fell behind 37-17. North Carolina starting forward Jason Capel, who averages 9.8 points and 4.8 rebounds, missed the game because of a virus. School officials said he was being tested for mononucleosis, which has stricken assistant coach Dave Hanners. Syracuse 90, Boston College 51: Etan Thomas had 14 points and six blocked shots as No. 20 Syracuse (13-5, 5-4 Big East) thumped the visiting Eagles (3-13, 0-8). The Eagles, who at times played three freshmen, shot just 24.1 percent in the first half and 36.5 percent for the game. Late Wednesday games UCLA 98, USC 80: The three-pointers UCLA always makes in practice rarely translate to games, where the Bruins are last in the Pacific 10 from long range. So imagine Southern California's surprise at seeing No. 13 UCLA hit a season-high 10 three-pointers in a 98-80 victory Wednesday night at USC. "They hadn't been shooting the ball well," USC's Brandon Granville said. "The statistics show that, but all of them came out and made shots." Freshman JaRon Rush had a season-high three three-pointers. UCLA's previous best had been seven against Cal State Northridge on Dec. 19. "It was due time," point guard Baron Davis said. "It seemed like eventually we were going to have one breakthrough game, and I'm glad this was it against a tough USC squad." UCLA (13-4, 5-2 Pac-10) beat the Trojans (10-6, 2-5) for the ninth straight time. USC has lost four in a row overall. Freshman Jerome Moiso led UCLA with 17 points. Freshman Dan Gad-zuric and Davis had 16 each. Gad-zuric sprained his right ankle with 5:56 left and is listed as day-to-day. Elias Ayuso had 16 points to lead USC. The Trojans, fifth in the Pac-10 in three-pointers, managed just four. UCLA will play at Louisville tomorrow. Duke 82, Clemson 60: Elton Brand scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half as No. 2 Duke blitzed host Clemson for its 13th straight victory. Brand had one basket in the first 20 minutes for the Blue Devils (18-1, 7-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who led only 32-29 at the break. The Tigers (12-7, 1-5) were playing without suspended starters Vincent Whitt and Johnny Miller and injured sixth man Tony Christie. The victory was the 450th at Duke for coach Mike Krzyzewski. Vanderbilt 77, South Carolina 66: Ex-Marshall County star Dan Langhi's 20 points and 13 rebounds led the host Commodores (11-6. 2-3 SEC) past the Gamecocks (5-12. 0-6). Wisconsin 75, Illinois 53: Jon Bryant hit five three-pointers and scored a season-high 17 points as No. 15 Wisconsin (17-3, 5-2 Big Ten) routed the visiting Illini (8-10, 0-6). Creighton 90, Evansville 80: Rodney Buford scored 28 points to lead visiting Creighton (12-4, 5-3 Missouri Valley), which trailed 44-40 at the half and overcame 28 points by Marcus Wilson of the Purple Aces (14-5, 6-2).

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