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6C: THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1997 T 1 College Basketball UNC escapes Louisville; Duke pounds UNC-Greensboro Men's Top 25 Seminoles lose ACC opener IOC v Scores Women ''4 ond half to beat the Tribe (3-3, 0-1) in Williamsburg, Va. B No. 9 Virginia 79, St. Francis, Pa. 60: The Cavaliers (6-0), led by DeMya Walker with 15 points, broke away from a 32-28 lead at intermission to beat the Red Flash (3-3) in Loretto, Pa. No. 17 W. Kentucky 79, Indiana 70: Danielle McCulley scored 20 points, including the go-ahead layup midway through the second half, as the Lady Toppers (7-1) beat the Hoosiers ( 3-3) in Bowling Green, Ky. points in the second half and fueled the deciding run for the host Tigers. UNC-WILMINGTON (3-3) - Bylngton 14 1-1 3, Gibbs 1-2 04 2, Green 04 04 0, Simmons 3-11 3-3 9, Donlon 34 04 6, Dahl 14 14 3, Scott 0-1 1-2 1, Spencer 5-1 1-2 11, Pratt 3-5 34 9, Ebon 04 04 0, Koienets 3-5 0-0 6. Totals 20-50 10-16 50. PRINCETON (54) - Lewullis 6-15 4-4 20, Mastag-lio 1-3 04 2, Goodrich 74 1-2 16, Henderson 54 2-2 13, Earl 34 2-2 II, Rocca 04 1-2 I, Chapman 0-1 04 0, Walton 04 04 0, Gregory 0-0 04 0, Hite 04 04 0. Totals 22-43 10-13 63. Half time-NC-Wllmington, 33, Princeton 32. Three-point goals-UNC-Wilmlngton 0-10 (Spencer 0- 1, Pratt 0-1, Donlon 0-1, Simmons 0-3, Bylngton 0-4), Princeton 9-23 (Lewullis 4-7, Earl 34, Goodrich 1- 1 Henderson 1-3, Chapman 0-1, Mastaglio 0-2). Fouled eut-None. Rebounds-UNC-Wilmington 27 (Dahl 6), Princeton 26 (Goodrich I). Asslsts-UNC-Wilmington 7 (Spencer, Prett 2), Princeton IS (Lewullis 5). Total feuls-UNC-Wilmington 17, Princeton 15. A-3,021. LATE TUESDAY No. 2 Kansas 90, No. 4 Arizona 87: Raef LaFrentz scored a career-high 32 points, including six in the final two minutes, and the Jayhawks (7-0) held off a furious second-half comeback to beat the Wildcats (4-2) at the Great Eight in Chicago. KANSAS (74) - Pugh 1-7 04 2, Pierce 1-16 1-3 17, LaFrentz 12-17 l-l 32, Robertson 24 04 5, Thomes 5-9 04 14, Chenowith 1-2 04 2, Gregory 6-10 04 12, McGroth 04 04 0, Bradford 3-4 04 4. Totals 3I-71 9- 1190. ARIZONA (4-2) - Oavison 4-5 2-2 10, Dlckerson 7-15 2-3 17, Bramlett 6-13 34 15, Bibby 9-19 0-0 22, Simon 3-12 2-2 10, Edgerson 0-1 2-2 2, Terry 3-10 04 1, Wessel 04 04 0, Tebbs !! 04 3. Totals 33-76 11-13 17. Half time-Kansas 47, Arizona 32. Three-Point goals-Kansas 5-15 (Thomas 4-7, Robertson 1-3, Gregory 0-1, Pierce 0-2, Pugh 0-2), Arizona 10-21 (Bibby 4-10, Terry 2-7, Simon 2-9, Dickerson 1-1, Tebbs Ml. Fouled out-Pugh. Rebounds-Kansas 34 ILaFrentz I), Arizona 33 (Bramlett 10). Asslsts-Kansas 24 (Robertson 10), Arizona II (Bibby 6). To. tal fouls-Kansas 16, Arizona II. A-19, 161. WEST VIRGINIA (5-1) - Owens 4-14 3-5 12, Sol-heim 24 04 4, Lewin 4-7 2-2 10, Pledger 6-16 2-4 15, West 34 2-2 10, Goree 7-11 04 14, Jones 3-12 2-2 9, Kearse 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 29-75 12-17 75. CONNECTICUT (6-1) - Freeman 1-11 64 22, Hamilton 7-11 04 17, Voskuhl 0-3 04 0, Moore 2-4 1-2 6, El-Amin 12-112-2 29, Jones 1-4 0-2 2, Klaiber 1-104 2, Hardnett 4-7 2-2 10, Crowley 04 04 0. Totals 35-59 11-16 88 HaH time-Connecticut 47, W. Virginia 43. Three-point geeli-W. Virginia 5-11 (West 2-6, Pledger 1-2, Owens 14, Jones 14), Connecticut 7-17 (Hamilton 3-5, El-Amin 34, Moore 1-3, Hardnett 0-1, Jones 0-2). Fouled eut-None. Rebounds-W. Virginia 41 (Lewin 9), Connecticut 32 (Freemen 9). Assists-W. Virginia 13 (Owens 5), Connecticut 19 (Moore 9). Total foult-W. Virginia II, Connecticut 15. Technical-Hamilton. A-9,621. No. 24 Wake Forest 61, Davidson 56: Reserve freshman guard Robert O'Kelley scored 11 points in the final 5:37 as the Demon Deacons (6-0) rallied from a late deficit to defeat the Wildcats in Davidson, N.C. O'Kelley finished with 16 points- MAKE FOREST (64) - Goolsby 2-5 1-2 6, Arlnze 1-3 2-4 4, woods 3-5 2-4 I, Braswell 3-7 04 7, I Rutland 3-t2 4-4 10, O kelley 7-14 1-1 II, Amonett 1-1 04 3, VI-daurote 04 04 0, Shoemaker 1-2 3-5 5. Totals 21-49 "daviDSON (2-2) - Donnelly 3-11 04 7, Kosmalskl 5-13 t-2 II, Marshall 4-5 04 10, Tom 2-6 0-0 5, Hal-Sauer Z-7 0-1 5, Armstrong 0-3 04 0, Burns 3-10 04 I, Erase 04 04 0, Holmes 3-5 04 6, Ebong 24 04 4. Totals 2-o 1-3 56. HaH time-Wake Forest 32, Davidson 31. Three-aeutt aeart-wake Forest 6-20 (O'Kelley 34, Amonett 1-1, Breswell 1-3, Goolsby 1-4, Rutland 04), Oavdson 7-26 (Marshall 2-X Burns 2-7, Donnelly 14, Tom 1-5. Haibeuer 1-4, Kosmelski 0-1, Holmes 0-1, Armstrong 0-2). Fouled eut-None. Rebounds-Wake Forest 37 (Arinze 12), Davidson 41 (Kos-maiski I) Assists-Wake Forest 7 (Rutland 3), Davidson IS (Tom 6). Total fouls-Wake Forest 12, Oavdson 19. A-N. A. No. 25 Princeton 63, UNC-Wilmington 50: Gabe Lewullis scored 15 of his 20 The Associated Press CHICAGO Shammond Williams scored 22 points and hit a key jumper in the closing minutes Wednesday night as No. 3 North Carolina remained unbeaten by holding off Louisville 81-72 in the Great Eight. Williams had eight rebounds and six assists and Antawn Jamison added 21 points and 12 rebounds for the Tar Heels (7-0), who scored eight of the final 10 points to finally put the Cardinals away. LOUISVILLI (M) - N.Johnton 4-1) 2-3 10, Dandier 3- 4-4 10, Sanders 4-12 2-4 17, Maybin 2-4 0-04, Murray 5-10 0-1 11, T.Willlame 4-4 1-3 12, McK Inlay 0-1 04 0, E Johnson 1-5 04 2, Jackson 1-3 0-2 2, J.Johnson 2-4 04 4. Totals 21-44 9-17 72. NORTH CAROLINA (74) - Okulaja 1-7 2-5 4, Jamison i-17 5-9 21, Ndiaya 2-4 1-2 5, Sh Williams 7-12 5-6 22, Cota 44 5-5 14, Haywood 2-2 0-2 4, Carter 34 44 II, Frederick 0-0 04 0, Brooker 04 04 0, Newby 04 04 0, Owens 0-0 04 0, Sc. Williams 04 04 0. Totals 27-60 22-35)1. Half lime-North Carolina 41, Louisville 32. Three-point aeals-Louisville 7-22 (T. Williams 3-4, Sanders 34, Murray 1-4, J.Johnson 0-1, Maybin 0-2, Danbler 0-2, N. Johnson 0-3), North Carolina 5-11 (Sh.Williams 3-5, Cota 1-1, Certer 1-2, Okulaja 0-3). Fouled eut-None. Rebeunds-Louisviile 34 (Sanders ), North Carolina 35 (Jamison 12). Assists-Louisvllle 19 (Murray I), North Carolina 20 (Sh Williams 4). Total fouls-Louisville 20, North Carolina 17. Ar-NA. No. 1 Duke 93, N.C.Greensboro 37: Elton Brand scored 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds while the Blue Devils (7-0) put up a relentless defense to smother the Spartans (0-4). Palm Beach Post Wire Services RALEIGH, N.C. Nailah Wallace scored 18 points to lead No. 25 North Carolina State to a 72-60 win over Florida State in the ACC opener for both teams Wednesday night. Latavia Coleman scored 18 for the Seminoles (3-2, 0-1). Coleman and Brooke Wyckoff had 10 rebounds each. N.C. State only managed a 41-40 edge on the boards but shot 47 percent for the game to just 36 percent for Florida State. No. 1 Tennessee 98, Texas 64: Freshman Tamika Catchings scored 26 points to lead the Lady Vols (7-0) past the Longhorns (1-4) in Knox-ville, Tenn. No. 2 Old Dominion 94, William & Mary 53: The Lady Monarchs (5-0, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association) ran off 10 straight points in less than three minutes to take a 65-41 lead midway through the sec- The Blue IVrJs improved to 68-7 when thoy arv top-ranked under cvvsch M:so Kr.'yzewski, while the tL".x-.s dtvppvd their first game to a No. I team since moving to Ptvvai I in 1991. N.C.-GEEt - .' MHt Clr-ry 0-J 0-i i ! J- W -"" 'IMtVi II 04 CiO" W t '- W W i Stewart 3- !-; l- W I CUi J-J 1 Woooard e-l z-3 1 W .' T; 37 DUKE 041 - CMW fWi "' 2-5 4-1 Brand 6-9 11-13 li H ' - Chowski 3-6 I I ft VOvf-'O J-! t-i t rv 44 3-3 'I, Carrawell 0-1 M I ijffl-a PoirvaiM' 2-4 1-1 5. Singleton 1-1 04 I J. -own KM I mdJ4 0-0 0. Totals 30-527-SJ. Hall time-Duke i rwnsoui-o . Three-point goals-N.C.-GreenjKvj ijiewt t-2, Ja-vit 0-1, Williams 0-2 N.t i-J, .e-u-w !-). Ogks -22 (Langdon 44. v0!C.'iwi CtomwH 1-4. McLeod 0-1, Simpson H, . H 9i"'r 11-2) Fouled out-Stewart, Rebewws- C Onwosooro 30 (Cherry 5), Duke 31 ,B's-"l 71 Aars-1 C.Greensboro 9 (Javit 3). Due W A.-ic-ecttowik' H Total Fouls-N.C.-Greenibora V Owe X A-UI4. No. 13 Connecticut 88, West Virginia 75: Freshman Khalid El-Amin scored 29 points to lead the Huskies in the Big East opener for both teams, in Storrs, Conn. West Virginia closed within two points with 7:24 left, but the Huskies (6-1) then went on a 10-0 run. LATE TUESDAY No. 21 Alabama 104, Samford 43: Dominique Canty scored 22 points and Joni Crenshaw came off the bench to add 18 to lead the Crimson Tide (4-2) over the Bulldogs (0-5) in Tuscaloosa, Ala. UNITED STATES COAST GUARD it. fatja!? Williams, UF rout Duquesne ft .8 BOATING SAFETY HOTLINE (800) 368-5647 IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION WE HAVE THE ANSWERS! 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Williams 2-6 0-0 6, Nnajl 2-3 1-2 S, Horton 3-112-4 10, Parker 4-7 2-2 12, Wright 3-7 2-2 9, Nunei 04 04 0, Timinski 0-2 04 0, O'Connor 0-2 04 0. Totals 31-77 22-31 99. Half time-Florida 50, Duquesne 27. Three-Point goals Duquesne 4-13 (James 24, Tann 2-7), Florida 15-39 (Shannon 3-5, Parker 2-2, Stolt 2-4, D. Williams 2-4, Weaks 24, Horton 2-1, J. Williams 1-4, Wright 1-4, Timinski 0-1, O'Connor 0-1). Fouled out Davis, James, Horton. Rebounds-Duquesne 38 4Davls 7), Florida 54 (Stolt 10). Assists-Du-quesne 9 (Lovelace 4), Florida 25 (J. Williams 17). Technical fouls-Shand I. Total fouls-Duquesne 23, Florida 20. A-6,074. B Michigan 71, Florida International 62: Maceo Baston scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half as the Wolverines (4- 1) ; eased past the Golden Panthers (3-2) at Ann Arbor, Mich. Robert Traylor added 12 points for Michigan, which trailed 27-26 at; half time and couldn't put the game away until the final minutes. B South Florida 81, St. Francis 66: Shaddrick Jenkins scored 18 points and the Bulls (5-1 finally solved their problem with turnovers in pulling away for a victory against the Terriers (1- 2) in Tampa. ;USF, which had 13 turnovers in; the first half that kept the game close, had only four in the second half, when it scored 47 points. ST. FRANCIS, NY (1-2) - Santana 3-15 0-1 1, Oim-beng 2-3 04 4, Minlend 1-7 44 6, Thomas 4-10 4-4 17, Dominguez 1-15 2-3 18, Nunn 0-3 0-0 0, Auriantal 1-3 0-0 2, Rogers 1-1 04 2, La Lane 3-6 2-2 9. Totals 25-63 12- 16 66. SOUTH FLORIDA ($-1) - Smith 0-0 2-2 2, Reeves 7-11 6-13 20, Johnson 1-2 5-6 7, Lamb 4-9 04 10, Jen-klne 5-1 HI II, Frailer 2-7 4-4 9, Asbury 3-4 0-0 4, Jackson 4-10 0-0 9, Peruuo 04 0-0 0. Totals 26-50 25-3611. HaH time-South Florida 34, St. Francis, NY 32. Three-Point goals-St Francis, NY 4-13 (Santana 2-5, Minlend 0-2, Thomas 1-2, Dominguez 0-1, Nunn 0-1, la Lane 1-2), South Florida 4-13 (Lamb 2-4, Jenkins 0-1, Frazier 1-3, Jackson 1-5). Fouled eut-St. Francis, NY La Lane. Rebeunds-St. Francis, NY 34 (Santana 6), South Florida 36 (Reeves 11). Astists-St. Francis, NY I (Thomas 4), South Florida 13 (Jenkins 4). Total feul-St. Francis, NY 26, South Florida 16. A 3.571. D Central Florida 73, Win-throp 68: Mark Jones and Brad Traina combined for 46 points as the Knights (3-3) defeated the Eagles (1-5) at Rock Hill, S.C. Jones scored a career-high 25 points and pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds, while Traina had a career-best six three-pointers. UCF was up by eight points with 13:36 to play when Win-throp rallied to tie it at 62-62, but the Eagles never regained the lead. 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