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THE SALINA JOURNAL T BIG EIGHT COLLEGE BASKETBALL SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1996 03 * Iowa State corrects woes on boards to earn convincing 67-61 win over Oklahoma *< ': past struggling Sooners By CHUCK SCHOFFNER The Associated Press ' AMES, Iowa — Hammered. 1 Drubbed. Overwhelmed. Take your pick because any of the three would describe how Iowa State was getting beat on the boards by Okla- H6ma on Saturday. ';But the Cyclones shored up their rebounding in the second half and beat the Sooners 67-61 for their fourth straight vic- ttfry. Kelvin Cato's dunk with 38 seconds left put Iowa State ahead to stay and the Cyclones went on to score the final six points and hand Oklahoma its fourth straight loss. 'Iowa State outrebounded Oklahoma 17-16 in'the second half after the Sooners enjoyed a 27-10, advantage in the opening 20 min- V COLLEGE TOP 25 utes. "The 27-10 margin was all we talked about at halftime," Iowa State coach Tim Floyd said. "That's about effort. It's all about want-to and anticipation. The second half we played them dead even on the glass, which was a big factor." Big enough to give Iowa State (15-4 overall, 4-1 Big Eight) its first four-game winning streak in conference play since 1979, when the Cyclones closed the regular season with five consecutive league victories. For Oklahoma, which didn't get to Ames until Saturday morning because of a blizzard that socked Iowa on Friday, it was more frustration. The Sooners (10-8, 2-4) have played four of their first six league games on the road. "I don't think I've ever had a team play any harder over a period of time than this team is," Oklahoma coach Kelvin Sampson Oklahoma Oklahoma state - Colorado , < This wMk'8 schaciule Saturday - Iowa State 67, 'Oklahoma 61 j Missouri 86, Kansas State 80. Sunday - Kansas at Nebraska, I p.m. said. "We've lost by two at Missouri and six at Kansas and I don't know if we can give any more effort. '"Our kids compete their tails off. They're just running on empty when the game is over." Dedric Willoughby scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half to lead Iowa State, which appeared to be in control when Willoughby sank two free throws for a 60-54 lead with 2:06 remaining. But Oklahoma rallied and tied it at 61 on Nate Erdmann's 3-pointer with 54.3 seconds left. Erdmann led the Sooners with 19 points. Iowa State's Kenny Pratt then missed a short shot, but the 6-foot-ll Cato grabbed the ball with one hand and jammed it through the basket to break the tie. It was just the second offensive rebound for Cato and only the fourth for Iowa State. "I just fought my way in for the rebound and the ball came off where I was," Cato said. After Oklahoma missed three shots, the last a tip by Ernie Abercrombie, Klay Edwards got the rebound, was fouled by Abercrombie and sank two free throws for a 6561 lead with 18.2 seconds to play. Willoughby made two final free throws after Oklahoma's Ryan Minor fired up an off-balance 3-point shot that rimmed hi and out with 10 seconds left. "We had some really big plays late," Floyd said. Oklahoma's rebounding advantage helped the Sooners stay in the game despite shooting 38 percent. Iowa State shot 59 percent in the second half and 50 percent for the game. Ryan Minor, the Big Eight's leading scorer with a 21.1 average, scored 16 points and grabbed 14 rebounds but made just six of 16 shots. Floyd credited Shawn Bankhead's defense for making things tough on Minor. "He's really a great player," Bankhead said. "He gets a lot of picks and you have to be ready all the time because he can either go up for the jump shot or drive to the basket." Joe Modderman came off the bench to hit three 3-pointers for Iowa State and finished with 11 points. Jacy Holloway scored nine — all on 3-pointers — and Cato added eight. Lopez leads Red Storm to upset of Georgetown §t. John's capitalizes on second-half letdown tp defeat No. 6 Hoyas •'' Ely The Associated Press . ^NEW YORK — Felipe Lopez scored 25 points and Zendon Hamilton added 20 Saturday as St. John's took advantage of a horrible second half by No. 6 Georgetown for an 8371 victory, ending a three-game losing streak. ;The Red Storm (8-8,2-6 Big East) maintained a double-figure lead from the 7:04 mark until there were 30 ; seconds to play as they withstood another outstanding performance by Allen Iverson at Madison Square Garden. The sophomore guard finished with 39 points and has averaged 31.3 in his six games there. The 39 points were one off his career high. The Hoyas (17-3,7-2), who had won four straight and 14 of 15, missed 12 of their first 13 shots from the field hi the second half after leading 38-35 at halftime. St. John's took the lead for good at 42-40 on a drive by Lopez with 17:28 to play. The lead reached 10 points for the first time at 56-46 with 10:07 to play on a basket down low by Derek Brown. By then, Georgetown had missed 14 of its first 16 shots of the half. The Red Storm never let the Hoyas back in the game as they made 18 of 22 free throws over the final 4:40. St. John's last field goal of the game was a 3-pointer by Mo Brown with 5:09 to play and it gave the Red Storm a 65-53 lead. ,Mo Brown finished with 13 points, 10 in the second half, and Derek Brown had 10. Othella Harrington added 11 points for the Hoyas, who got a total of three points from their bench. • MASSACHUSETTS 72, ST. BONAVENTURE — At Amherst, Mass., It's still hard to find anything wrong with Marcus Camby. In his first game since his unexplained collapse 13 days earlier, Camby ran hard, leaped high and endured contact with a smile as he led top-ranked Massachusetts to a victory over St. Bonaventure. "One of the nation's best players did little wrong in 26 minutes as he tied a team record with 9 blocks arid topped the Minutemen with 19 points and 7 rebounds. 'Massachusetts (18-0, 6-0 Atlantic 10) remained the only major unbeaten team, while St. Bonaventure (541,1-6) suffered its fifth straight loss and 16th hi a row to the Min- utfemen. • VILLANOVA 90, MIAMI 62 — At Villanova, Pa., Kerry Kittles opened the second-half with consecutive 3-pointers as No. 7 Villanova survived a late first-half rally by Miami before cruising to a victory. Kittles finished with 25 points as the Wildcats (16-3,7-2 in the Big East) won their third straight and fourth hi the last five. Miami, 1-9 overall against Villanova, dropped to 10-7 this season, 4-5 hi the Big East Conference. The Hurricanes cut a 21-point Villanova lead to 38-32 at the half. But Kittles hit the second half s first two shots — both 3-pointers — then Eric Eberz, who scored 18, hit a jumper, stretching the Wildcats' lead to 46-32. .• VIRGINA TECH 81, FORDHAM 57 — At Blacksburg, Va., Shawn Good, playing despite a separated shoulder, sparked No. 8 Virginia Tech to a victory over Fordham hi an Atlantic 10 game. Good scored nine points, grabbed six rebounds and had a game-high six assists. Shawn Smith led the Hokies (13-2 overall, 6-1 Atlantic 10) with 12 points. Damon Watlington added 11. The Associated Press Massachusetts' star Marcus Camby (21) was his high-flying self as he returned to action Saturday with 19 points for the Minutemen. The Hokies came back from a 36.7 percent shooting performance hi a 6447 loss to George Washington, hitting on 55.8 percent (29-of-52) from the field, including 69 percent hi the second half. • NORTH CAROLINA 65, WAKE FOREST 59 — At Chapel Hill, N.C., Jeff Mclnnis' steal and shot hi the lane with 1:09 left helped cap one of North Carolina's greatest comebacks as the llth-ranked Tar Heels defeated No. 9 Wake Forest. North Carolina (15-4,6-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) trailed by 18 points with 17:23 left after shooting a season-low 27 percent hi the first half. The Tar Heels went on a 26-10 run to get back into the game, and then made all the key plays down the stretch to knock the Demon Deacons (13-3,5-2) out a tie for first place hi the league. • MEMPHIS 81, SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 68 — At Hattiesburg, Miss., Cedric Henderson had another big game against Southern Mississippi, scoring 26 points as No. 12 Memphis beat the Golden Eagles. Henderson scored nine of his points as Memphis (14-3,5-1 Conference USA) took the lead for good with a 14-2 run. His 3-pointer with 12:16 left gave the Tigers a 57-48 lead and ended the five-minute spurt. • PENN STATE 82, INDIANA 68 — At State College, Pa., Pete Lisicky controlled the game with his outside shooting, scoring 23 points as 14th-ranked Penn State remained atop the Big Ten race with a victory over Indiana. Lisicky made all five of his 3- point attempts hi the second half, and Dan Earl dominated a run that turned a seven-point lead by the Nittany Lions (11-1,6-1) into an easy victory. Penn State, which leads the nation in 3-point shooting percentage, made ll-of-18. Brian Evans led Indiana (11-8,4-3) with 21 points. • LOUISVILLE 78, UCLA 76 — At Los Angeles, Brian Riser made a 3-pointer with four seconds to play and Louisville, which blew an eight-point lead hi a 44-second span down the stretch, beat No. 15 UCLA. Louisville led 73-65 with 1:19 to play and appeared certain of snapping coach Denny Crum's nine- game losing streak hi Pauley Pavilion. But UCLA's pressure sparked a comeback, which was capped by Charles O'Bannon's steal and slam dunk with 35 seconds remaining. • SYRACUSE 88, BOSTON COLLEGE 73 — At SYRACUSE, N.Y., Led by Todd Burgan's career- high 23 points, No. 17 Syracuse ended a three-game skid, taking its frustration out on No. 20 Boston College. The Orangemen (14-5,5-4 Big East) scored 10 of the game's first 11 points and eventually pushed the lead to 24 points while holding Boston College (12-4, 5-3) to 9-of-28 shooting hi the first half. • NORTH CAROLINA ST. 64, CLEMSON 61 — At Clemson, S.C., Todd Fuller had 20 points, including North Carolina State's last six, and the Wolfpack finally won a close Atlantic Coast Conference game, over No. 18 Clemson. North Carolina State (12-8,2-5 ACC) had lost its previous three league games by a total of 9 points and, with Clemson leading 55-52 with seven minutes left, a similar fate seemed possible. • WASHINGTON 71, CALIFORNIA 69 — At Seattle, Todd MacCulloch's layup gave Washington a 10-point lead with 3:47 left and the Huskies held on to beat No. 25 California hi a Pacific-10 game. The Golden Bears (11-5 overall, 62 Pac-10) scored the last eight points and missed three shots hi the final 10 seconds hi an attempt to tie the score. Washington (124,5-2) won its third hi a row and has its best record at this stage of a season since it was 13-3 hi 1984. SATURDAY'S RESULTS MISSOURI 86, KANSAS STATE 80 KSU HIM FG FT R F TP Davis May Eaker 35 6-12 3-7 22 2-5 2-2 23 5-10 2-3 Hatcher 32 5-10 9-9 ,3 15 4 8 12 22 0 0 2 34 30 80 F TP 3 21 3 17 11 R 10 9 4 5 3 2 1 0 0 1 35 21 86 Young 32 2-12 4-4 Gavin 11 0-1 2-4 Rhodes 24 3-5 0-0 S'druber 20 0-5 2-2 Williams. 1 0-00-0 Hubert 1 1-1 0-0. Team rebounds TOTALS 2002441 24-31 MU MIN FG FT Grimm 39 4-6 9-10 - Wintleld 32 6-8 5-7 SI. Haley 22 5-10 1-3 Moore 38 3-4 0-4 Sutherland 28 4-9 6-6 Tate 22 2-5 4-4 Sa. Haley 17 1-4 3-5 Hardge 1 0-0 0-0 Walther 1 0-0 0-0 Team rebounds TOTALS 20025-46 28-39 HalHIme - Missouri, 46-36. 3-polnt goals - KS 8-21 (May 2-3, Hatcher 36, Young 0-4, Gavin 0-1, Rhodes 2-2, Swartzendruber.0-4, Hubert 1-1), M 8-13 (Grimm 4-5, Sutherland 4-7, Tate 0-1). Assists - KS 13 (Hatcher, May 3), M19 (Win- Held 6). Turnovers - KS 10 (Young 4),*M 14 (Tate, Sutherland 3). Blocks - KS 3 (Rhodes 2), M 5 (Simeon Haley 3). Steals - KS 4 (Davis, Eaker, Young, Gavin 1), M 2 (Simeon Haley, Moore 1). Officials - Reynolds, Smith, Petro. Technical fouls - Davis, Young, Sutherland. Attendance-13,300. IOWA ST. 67, OKLAHOMA 61 OKLAHOMA (10-8) Evans 2-101-2 5, Foster 2-8 0-0 5, Barnes 14 0-0 3, Minor 6-16 4-6 16, Erdmann 9-13 0-0 19, Abercromble 5-15 0-0 10, Wiley 1-21-2 3. Totals 26-68 6-10 61. IOWA ST. (15-4) Bankhead 2-51-2 5, Pratt 3-10 2-5 8, Cato 46 0-1 8, Wiloughby 5-13 9-10 21, Holloway 3-4 0-0 9, Modderman 3-4 1-210, Edwards 2-2 2-2 6, Walton 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-4415-22 67. Halftime—Oklahoma 28, Iowa St. 26. 3-Polnt goals—Oklahoma 3-12 (Foster 1-5, Erdmann 1-3, Barnes 1-2, Minor 0-2), Iowa St. 8-17 (Modderman 3-3, Holloway 3-4, Willoughby 210). Fouled out—Abercrombie. Rebounds- Oklahoma 43 (Minor 141. Iowa St. 27 (Pratt, Cato 6). Assists—OklaTOma 13 (Foster 8), Iowa St. 17 (Holloway, Willoughby 6). Total fouls—Oklahoma 22, Iowa St. 12. A—13,196. Top 25 NO. 1 MASSACHUSETTS 72 ST. BONAVENTURE 47 ST. BONAVENTURE (5-11) . Palmer 4-12 1-3 9, Blackwell 4-13 1-1 9, Spellman 3-9 1-2 7, McNeill 2-12 1-2 6, Singleton 1-5 0-0 2, McFarland 1-10 4-5 6. Schoone 3-3 0-0 6, Williams 0-1 2-2 2. Totals 18-65 101547. MASSACHUSETTS (184) Dingle 3-6 1-2 7, Bright 5-9 4-415, Camby 6- B 7-819, E. Padilla 5-7 0-015, Travieso 3-1100 9, Clarke 0-1 0-0 0, Weeks 1-3 0-2 2, Norville 0-0 1-2 1, Nunez 1-1 0-0 2, Cottrell 1-1 0-0 2, Maclay 0-0 0-0 0, G. Padilla 0-0 0-0 0, Bums 000-00. Totals 25-47 13-18 72. Halftime—Massachusetts 36, SI. Bonaventure 23. 3-Polnt goals—SI. Bonaventure 1-12 (McNeill 1-5, Blackwell 0-1, Singleton 0-1, McFarland 0-5), Massachusetts 9-21 (E.Padllla 57, Travieso 3-10, Bright 1-2, Clarke 0-1, Dingle 0-1). Fouled out—Blackwell. Rebounds—St. Bonaventure 36 (Blackwell 10), Massachusetts 37 (Camby 7). Assists—St. Bonavenlure 5 (Spellman 2), Massachusetts 16 (E.Padilla 9). Total louls—St. Bonavenlure 15, Massachusetts 15. A—9,493. NO. 2 KENTUCKY 89 SOUTH CAROLINA 57 SOUTH CAROLINA (11-5) McKle 4-12 5-8 15, Davis 2-7 1-1 6, Russell 3-8 0-0 6, Watson 8-13 0-0 16, Johnson 4-5 22 10, Stack 1-3 0-0 2, Gallman 1-4 0-0 2, Carlisle 0-2 0-0 0, Formanek 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 23-568-1157. KENTUCKY (17-1) Anderson 3-5 0-2 8, Walker 5-9 3-3 13, McCarty 8-15 1-1 20, Delk 6-9 0-0 14, Turner 2-5 0-0 5, Edwards 1-3 0-0 3, Pope 3-71-2 7, Epps 3-5 2-210, Mercer 4-10 0-0 9, Sheppard 0-4 000. Totals 35-72 7-1089. Halttime—Kentucky 42, S. Carolina 34. 3- Point goals—S. Carolina 3-9 (McKle 2-2, Davis 1-5, Carlisle 0-2), Kentucky 12-28 (McCarty 3-5, Anderson 2-2, Epps 2-4, Delk 2-5, Turner 1-1, Edwards 1-2, Mercqr 1-3, Pope 0-1, Walker 01, Sheppard 0-4). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—S. Carolina 40 (Russtll 10), Kentucky 35 (McCarty 7). Assists—S. Carolina 4 (McKle, Davis, Russell, Watson 1), Kentucky 26 (McCarty 6). Total fouls—S. Carolina 11, Kentucky 16. A—24,229. ST. JOHN'S 83 NO. 6 GEORGETOWN 72 GEORGETOWN (17-3) Aw 1-4 2-2 4, Williams 4-7 1-2 9, Harrington 3-8 5-611, Iverson 15-26 7-12 39. Page 2-12 00 5, Nichols 0-3 0-1 0, Dla t-2 0-0 2, Owlnje 01 OX) 0, Jackson 0-0 2-7 2, White 0-3 0-0 0, Touomou 0-1 0-2 0, Berry 0-1 0-0 0, Reed 0-0 0-00. Totals 26-68 17-32 72. ST. JOHN'S (8-8) Barrett 2-8 1-1 5, Hamilton 8-14 4-6 20, Men- nlefield 0-21-21, M.Brown 2-7 7-813, Lopez 712 10-12 25, Grant 2-3 2-2 6, Turner 1-31-1 3, D.Brown 4-7 2-710. Totals 26-56 28-39 83. Halftime—Georgetown 38, St. John's 35. 3- Point goals—Georgetown 3-16 (Iverson 2-8, Page 1-3, Nichols 0-3, Touomou 0-1, Berry 01), St. John's 3-10 (M.Brown 2-5, Lopez 1-2, Barrett 0-3). Fouled out—Aw, Hamilton. Rebounds—Georgetown 49 (Harrington 11), St. T WICHITA STATE Top 25 fared How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college basketball poll fared Saturday: • 1. MASSACHUSETTS (18-0) beat St. Bonaventure 72-47. Next: vs. Fordham, Tuesday. • 2. KENTUCKY (17-1) beat South Carolina 89-57. Next: vs. Florida, Saturday. • 3. KANSAS (15-1) did not play. Next: at Nebraska, today. • 4. CONNECTICUT (18-1) did not play. Next: vs. Virginia at the Hartford Civic Center, today. • 5. CINCINNATI (13-1) did not play. Next: vs. South- em California, today. • 6. GEORGETOWN (17-3) lost to St. John's 83-72. Next: vs. West Virginia, Wednesday. • 7. VILLANOVA (16-3) beat Miami 90-62. Next: at No. 17 Syracuse, Monday. • 8. VIRGINIA TECH (13-2) beat Fordham 81-57. Next: vs. St. Joseph's, Monday. • 9. WAKE FOREST (13-3) lost to No. 11 North Carolina 65-59. Next: vs. North Carolina State, Wednesday. • 10. UTAH (15-3) beat New Mexico 82-64. Next: vs. Texas-El Paso, Thursday. • 11. NORTH CAROLINA (15-4) beat No. 9 Wake Forest 65-59. Next: vs. Duke, Wednesday. • 12. MEMPHIS (14-3) beat Southern Mississippi 8168. Next: vs. Saint Louis, Tuesday. • 13. ARIZONA (14-3) at Oregon (n). Next: vs. Washington, Thursday. • 14. PENN STATE (15-1) beat Indiana 82-68. Next: at Michigan State, Wednesday. • 15. UCLA (13-5) lost to Louisville 78-76. Next: vs. Oregon, Thursday. • 16. MICHIGAN (14-5) did not play. Next: at No. 22 Iowa, Sunday. • 17. SYRACUSE (14-5) beat No. 20 Boston College 88-73. Next: vs. No. 7 Villanova, Monday. • 18. CLEMSON (12-4) lost to North Carolina State 64-61. Next: vs. Georgia Tech, Tuesday. • 19. PURDUE (15-4) beat Ohio State 70-53. Next: at No. 16 Michigan, Wednesday. • 20. BOSTON COLLEGE (12-4) lost to No. 17 Syracuse 88-73. Next: vs. Providence, Thursday. • 21. AUBURN (15-4) did not play. Next: at Vanderbilt, Wednesday. • 22. IOWA (14-4) did not play. Next: vs. No. 16 Michigan, today. • (TIE) TEXAS TECH (15-1) did not play. Next: vs. Texas, today. •• 24. MARQUETTE (12-4) did not play. Next: vs. Alabama-Birmingham, Tuesday. • 25. CALIFORNIA (11-5) lost to Washington 71-69. Next: at Stanford, Wednesday. OX) 4, Garrett O01 -21, Pierson 0-1 0-0 0, Cartmill 4-80-011, Cooper 1-3 2-2 5, Watkins 2-5 OO 4, Hansell 0-1 0-0 0, Hill" 0-5 2-2 2. Totals 25-61 14-1874. Halttime—Illinois St. 36, Wichita St. 28. 3- pointers-Wichita St. 4-14 (Herrs 3-7, McKey 1-5, Hill 0-2), Illinois St. 10-26 (Muller 4-10, Trotter 2-5, Smiley 0-1, Cartmlll 3-7, Cooper 13). Fouled Out—Ametl. Rebounds—Wichita St. 31 (Callis 8), Illinois St. 39 (Gibbons, Watkins 5). Assists—Wichita SI. 8 (Herrs 4), Illinois St. 18 (Smiley 7). ' Scores John's 39 (Hamilton, Lopez 9). Assists— Georgetown 12 (Iverson, Nichols 3), St. John's 23 (M.Brown, Lopez 5). Total fouls—Georgetown 28, St. John's 24. Technical—Georgetown coach Thompson. A—13,888. NO. 7 VILLANOVA 90, MIAMI 62 MIAMI (10-7) Fraser 4-60-08, Edwards 7-11 4-6 21, Rich 2-6 1-1 5, Norris 1-7 0-0 3, Clark 2-7 0-1 4, James 3-9 2-4 8, Frazier 2-5 OX) 6, McCormick 0-2 00 0, Pearson 0-2 0-0 0, Rosa 0-1 2-4 2, Barker 0-0 2-2 2, Donovan 1-21-2 3, Waggoner 0-1 0-0 0, Timpf 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-59 12-20 62. VILLANOVA (16-3) Eberz 7-15 1-218, Komegay 4-5 1-2 9, Lawson 3-5 4-6 10, Williams 2-2 1-3 6, Kittles 7-17 5-6 25, Bigus 2-3 0-0 4, Brown 4-6 00 8, Penn 3-4 0-1 6, Celestand 0-0 0-0 0, Gregg 0-11-21, Cox 00 0-0 0, Noone 1-1 0-0 3, Couture 0-1 000. Totals 33-60 13-22 90. Halftime—Villanova 38, Miami 32. 3-Polnt goals—Miami 6-15 (Edwards 3-6, Frazier 2-4, Norris 1-3, McCormick 0-1, Clark 0-1), Villanova 11-19 (Kittles 6-9, Eberz 3-5, Williams 1-1, Noone 1-1, Brown 0-2, Couture 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Miami 34 (James 6), Villanova 40 (Komegay 9). Assists—Miami 10 (Norris 4), Villanova 20 (Kittles 6). Total fouls- Miami 22, Villanova 20. A—6,500. NO. 11 NORTH CAROLINA 65 NO. 9 WAKE FOREST 59 WAKE FOREST (13-3) Allen 2-3 0-3 4, Peral 4-11 0-010, Duncan 1013 2-5 22, Braswell 2-8 0-0 5, Rutland 3-121-2 9, LaRue 2-61-2 6, Jackson 0-1 0-0 0, Goolsby 1-10-03. Totals 24-55 4-12 59. NORTH CAROLINA (15-4) Carter 6-7 2-3 14, Jamison 6-12 1-1 13, Zwikker 1-60-02, Calabria 3-8 0-0 8, Mclnnis 6-16 7-7 20, Okulaja 2-5 0-1 6, Williams 0-1 22 2. Totals 24-55 12-14 65. Halftime—Wake Forest 32, North Carolina 18.3-Polnt goals—Wake Forest 7-27 (Peral 26, Rutland 2-9, Goolsby 1-1, LaRue 1-5, Braswell 1-6), North Carolina 5-14 (Okulaja 2-3, Calabria 2-5, Mclnnis 1-4, Carter 0-1, Williams 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Wake Forest 30 (Duncan 10), North Carolina 37 (Jamison 15). Assists—Wake Forest 10 (Rutland 4), North Carolina 13 (Calabria 6). Total fouls—Wake Forest 18, North Carolina 13. A— 21,572. MEMPHIS 81, SOUTHERN MISS 68 MEMPHIS (14-3) Gamer 4-9 0-0 9, Johnson 3-12 4-4 12, Wright 5-7 3-4 13, Wilson 5-8 2-2 12, Henderson 9-12 4-6 26, Gales 1-3 0-0 3, Allen 3-3 0-0 6, Newman 0-1 00 0. Totals 30-55 13-16 81. SOUTHERN MISS (8-9) Smith 9-20 0-1 21, S.Jones 3-8 0-0 7, Richards 2-5 2-2 6, Agee 0-3 0-0 0, McCarty 617 0-1 13, Scott 2-7 0-0 5, Price 3-3 00 9, Roberts 0-1 00 0, D.Jones 3-6tM> 7, Anmder- son 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 28-71 2-4 68. Halttime—Memphis 41, Southern Miss 40.3- Point goals—Memphis 8-19 (Henderson 4-4, Jonnson 2-7, Gales 1-3, Gamer 1-4, Newman 0-1), Southern Miss 10-29 (Price 3-3, Smith 39, DJones 1-2, SJones 1-4, Scott 1-4, McCarty 1-7). Fouled out—Johnson. Rebounds- Memphis 35 (Wright 7), Southern Miss 37 (McCarty 10). Assists—Memphis 11 (Johnson 4), Southern Miss 12 (Scott 4). Total fouls—Memphis 11, Southern Miss 16. A—5,882. NO. 14 PENN STATE 82, INDIANA 68 INDIANA (11-8) Evans 6-12 6-7 21, Patterson 3-10 0-1 6, Un- deman 3-51-2 7, Miller 4-7 2-210, Reed 3-5 22 10, Eggers 0-0 0-0 0, Mandeville 2-4 1-2 5, Rowles 0-0 0-0 0, Mujezinovic 4-5 1-2 9, Lemme 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-48 13-18 68. PENN STATE (15-1) Gaudio 2-7 4-6 8, Sekunda 6-12 6-7 21, Booth 4-11 0-0 8, Earl 4-6 4-613, Lisicky 8-13 OO23, Stephens 0-01-2 1, MetzgerO-11-41, P.WIIIiams 2-3 1-3 5, D.Williams 0-2 0-0 0,' McKnight 1-3 0-0 2, Rogers 0-0 0-0 0, Fritz 00 OKI 0. Totals 27-58 17-28 82. Halftime—Penn State 35, Indiana 32.3-Polnt goals—Indiana 5-10 (Evans 3-5, Reed 2-3, Patterson 0-2), Penn State 11-18 (Lisicky 7-10, Sekunda 3-3, Earl 1-3, Booth 0-1, McKnight 01). Fouled out—Reed, Gaudio. Rebounds—Indiana 32 (Patterson 7), Penn State 32 (Sekunda, Booth 5). Assists—Indiana 14 (Reed 5), Penn State 17 (Earl 5). Total fouls—Indiana 22, Penn State 19. A—15,128. LOUISVILLE 78, NO. 15 UCLA 76 LOUISVILLE (144) Sims 4-9 2-511, Dantzler 4-5 2-210, Smith 1 4 0-0 2, Rogers 4-111-210, Wheat 9-17 W 25, Klser 7-9 0-0 20, Flynn 0-00-00. Totals 29-55 8-1378. UCLA (13-5) O'Bannon 11-171-2 23, Henderson 4-710-10 18, McCoy 2-21-2 5, Johnson 6-11 5-617, Bailey 3-8 2-6 9, Dollar 1-3 0-1 2, Gfvens 1-3 00 2, Myers 0-0 0-0 0, Dempsey 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 285119-2776. Halftime—UCLA 39, Louisville 33. 3-Polnt goals—Louisville 12-25 (Klser 6-8, Wheat 4-9, Sims 1-3, Rogers 1-4, Dantzler 0-1), UCLA 1-6 (Bailey 1-4, O'Bannon 0-1, Johnson 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Louisville 24 (Dantzler, Wheat 5), UCLA 35 (Henderson 11). Assists—Louisville 18 (Wheat 9), UCLA 14 (Dollar 5). Total fouls—Louisville 21, UCLA 16. Technical—Crum. A—11,978. Missouri Valley ILLINOIS STATE 74 WICHITA STATE 57 WICHITA STATE (5-14) Callis 1-32-44, Herrs 3-9 00 9, Miller 7-8 22 16, McKey 4-11 1-2 10, Hill 3-14 M 8, Schullz 0-0 0-0 0, Amett 3-5 1-1 7, Bryant 0-0 00 0, Kleldon 2-5 0-0 4, Bunch 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 0-11-41. Totals 23-56 7-13 57. ILLINOIS STATE (134) Wright 5-7 44 14, Muller 6-14 2-2 18, Gibbons 2-2 04 4, Trotler 3-103-411, Smiley 2-5 EAST Brown 73, Yale 56 Bucknell 79, Lafayette 71 Buffalo 64, Cent. Connecticut St. 68 California, Pa. 76, Indiana, Pa. 73 Coast Guard 67, Worcester Tech 64 Colby 87, Norwich 62 Colby-Sawyer 102, Roger Williams 75 Colgate 81, Army 72 Cornell 76, Columbia 63 Dartmouth 59, Navy 48 Franklin & Marshall 71, Johns Hopkins 66 Geneva 84, Houghton 68 Holy Cross 100, Lehlgh 81 Long Island U. 87, Robert Morris 73 Mass.-Lowell 88, Sacred Heart 80 Massachusetts 72, St. Bonaventure 47 Md.-Baltimore County 73, Coastal Carolina 67 Millersville 80, Mansfield 64 • Monmouth, N.J. 78, Wagner 68, OT Penn 68, La Salle 66, OT Penn St. 82, Indiana 68 Rhode Island 87, Duquesne 68 Rhode Island Coll. 74, S. Maine 73 Rider 76, Falrtelgh Dickinson 71 Skldmore 77, Clarkson 66 Springfield 88, W. New England 46 St. John's 83, Georgetown 72 St. Peter's 68, Siena 51 Stockton St. 71, Ramapo 65 Stony Brook 98, Keenest. 71 Syracuse 88, Boston College 73 Temple 54, St. Joseph's 52 Thomas More 85, Wash. & Jeff. 60 Villanova 90, Miami 62 Waynesburg 100, Thiel 83 Westbrook 95, Maine Maritime 69 Westfield St. 71, Framingham St. 67 Wilkes 72. FDU-Madison 56 Williams 88, Wesleyan 67 MIDWEST Ball St. 82, Miami, Ohio 70 Benedlctine.Kan. 92, Cent. Methodist 79 Bethel, Ind. 94, Grace 73 Bowling Green 70, Akron 51 Butler 70, Detroit 62 Calvin 94, Alma 70 Case Western 75, Ohio Weslyn 71 Creighton 81, SW Missouri's!. 75, OT Dayton 61, Xavier, Ohio 55 Defiance 88, Bluffton 60 Denlson 78, Eariham 46 Doane 77, Midland Lutheran 68 E. Illinois 83, W. Illinois 68 E. Michigan 96, Kent 81 Evansvllle 80, S. Illinois 68 Grand Valley St. 79, Ashland 69 Illinois 74, Northwestern 62 Illinois State 74, Wichita State 57 Indiana St. 78, N. Iowa 67 Indianapolis 66, Wis.-Parkside 53 Iowa SI. 67, Oklahoma 61 Knox 79, Beloil 71 Lawrence 95, Grinnell 70 Loyola, III. 81, Cleveland St. 71 McKendree 81, Lindenwood 72 Michigan St. 68, Minnesota 54 Missouri 86, Kansas St. 80 Mo. Southern 107, NE Missouri 97, 30T N. Dakota St. 89, North Dakota 76 N. Michigan 64, Ferris St. 48 Ohio U. 72, Cent. Michigan 65 Olivet Nazarene 97, Trinity, III. 88 Purdue 70, Ohio St. 53 Saginaw Val. St. 78, Michigan Tech 76, OT Tulsa 79, Drake 73 W.Michigan 81, Toledo 77 West Virginia 69, Notre Dame 59 Youngstown St. 90, Troy St. 80 SOUTH Coppln St. 78, Morgan St. 77 Davidson 106, Marshall 57 East Carolina 45, N.C.-WiMnglon 44 Emmanuel 93, North Georgia 87 Florida 73, LSU 70 Furman 69, Tn.-Chattanooga 59 George Mason 96, American U. 85 Georgia Tech 79, Florida St. 58 Jackson St. 85, Alabama St. 81 Jacksonville St. 83, Georgia St. 65 Kentucky 89, South Carolina 57 Kentucky St. 68, Morehouse 66 Memphis 81, Southern Miss. 68 Mercer 63, Samford 58 Mississippi 70, Alabama 63 Mississippi St. 60, Tennessee 59 Murray St. 71, Austin Peay 64 N. Carolina St. 64, Clemson 61 N.C. Central 62, Fayelteville SI. 54 Norfolk St. 87, Virginia St. 63 North Carolina 65, Wake Forest 59 Richmond 78, James Madison 71 SE Louisiana 89, Centenary 77 . Stetson 84, Florida Atlantic 76 VMI84, Appalachian St. 64 Virginia Tech 81, Fordham 57 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Uttle Rock 65, Lamar63 Arkansas 66, Oral Roberts 65 Arkansas St. 77, SW Louisiana 71 Cent. Oklahoma 107, Angelo St. 77 E. Texas St. 75, Texas A&M-Kingsville 64 Hardin-Simmons 88, Dallas 71 Houston 91, Baylor 84, OT NE Louisiana 74, North Texas 65 Sam Houston St. 78, Nlcholls St. 71 Southern Meth. 87, Texas Christian 83, OT Stephen F.Austin 94, McNeese St. 73 FAR WEST Arizona St. 93, Oregon St. 75 Denver 85, Metro St. 77 Louisville 78, UCLA 76 Seattle Pacific 100, W. New Mexico 57 Stanford 78, Washington St. 67 Washington 71, California 69 Wyoming 96, Fresno St. 81 Mistakes cost Shockers against Redbirds By The Associated Press NORMAL, 111. — Dan Muller scored 18 points, including four 3- pointers, in leading Illinois State past Wichita State 74-57 Saturday night. The Redbirds had a 28-2 advantage in points off turnovers in the Missouri Valley Conference game. The Redbirds (13-6 overall, 7-2 I . '•• MVC) used a 12-4 run to go up 36-28 at the half. The Shockers (514, 1-9) had a 9-4 spurt to narrow the margin to 40-37 early in the second period. But that would be as close as Wichita State would get. Illinois State's steadily increased its lead to 17, 70-53. \ PS" Darin Miller's 16 points topped Wichita State, which was plagued by 21 turnovers and poor shooting — 7-of-13 from the foul line and 4- of-14 from 3-point range. Kenny Wright contributed 14 points for Illinois State while Maurice Trotter and freshman Kyle Cartmill added 11 each. The Shockers return to action 7 p.m. Monday at Bradley. 'V

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