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B2 MONDAY. JANUARY 29. 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAU Footbay Super Bowl scores 1967 - Green Bay 35, Kansas City 10 1968 - Green Bay 33, Oakland 14 1969 - NY Jets 18, Baltimore 7 1970 - Kansas City 23, Minnesota 7 1971-Baltimore 16, Dallas 13 1972-Dallas 24, Miami 3 1973 - Miami 14, Washington 7 1974-Miami 24, Minnesota 7 1975 - Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6 1976 - Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17 1977 - Oakland 32, Minnesota 14 1978-Dallas 27, Denver 10 1979 - Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31 1980 - Pittsburgh 31, LA Rams 19 1981 -Oakland 27, Philadelphia 10 1982-San Francisco 26, Cincinnati 16 1983-Washington 27, Miami 17 1984 - LA Raiders 38, Washington 9 1985-San Francisco 38, Miami 16 1986 - Chicago 46, New England 10 1987 - NY Giants 39, Denver 20 1988 - Washington 42, Denver 10 1989 - San Francisco 20, Cincinnati 16 1990 - San Francisco 55, Denver 10 1991 -NY Giants 20, Buffalo 19 1992 -Washington 37, Buffalo 24 1993-Dallas 52, Buffalo 17 1994 -Dallas 30. Buffalo 13 1995 - San Francisco 49, San Diego 26 1996-Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17 Super Bowl MVPs 1967—Bart Starr, QB, Green Bay 1968—Bart Starr, OB, Green Bay 1969-^loe Namath, QB, NY Jets 1970—Len Dawson, QB, Kansas City 1971-Chuck Howtey, (£, Dallas 1972—Roger Staubach, OB, Dallas 1973-Jake Scott, S, Miami 1974—Larry Csonka. RB, Miami 1975—Franco Harris, RB, Pittsburgh 1976-Lynn Swann, WR, Pittsburgh 1977—Fred Blletnlkofl, WR, Oakland 1978-flandy White, DT and Harvey Martin, DE, Dallas 1979—Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh 1980—Terry Bradshaw, QB, Pittsburgh 1981-^im Plunked, QB, Oakland 1982-^loe Montana, QB, San Francisco 1983-Oohn Rlggins, RB, Washington 1984—Marcus Allen, RB, LA Raiders 1985-Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco 1986—Richard Dent, DE, Chicago 1987—Phil Slmms, QB, NY Giants 1988—Doug Williams, QB, Washington 1989-Jerry Rice, WR, San Frandsco 1990-Joe Montana, QB, San Francisco 1991—Ottls Anderson, RB, NY Giants 1992—Mark Ryplen, QB, Washington 1993—Troy Alkman, QB, Dallas 1994—Emmitt Smith, RB, Dallas 1995—Steve Young, QB, San Francisco 1996—Lany Brown, CB, Dallas In nine games, beating the Mighty Ducks of Ana- helm 5-4 Saturday. SOFT GOAL Bobby Hollk beat Sean Burke on a 50-foot goal with 2:55 remaining In regulation as New Jersey rallied to tie Hartford 44 Saturday night. The goal mined a great night for Burke, who made a season-high 50 saves. SWINGS Florida rebounded from Its worst home loss of the season Thursday, a 6-2 loss to Montreal, and beat Buffalo 6-3 Saturday night SUPPORTING THE STEELERS Pittsburgh Penguins fans showed their support for their Steel-city brethren, the Steelers, during Saturday's 7-4 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. Fans in the sellout crowd of 17,181 at the CMc Arena waved Terrible Towels and roared when Steelers highlights were shown on the video Scoreboard, accompanied by recorded good- luck messages from Penguins players. SWEATERS The Los Angeles Kings and Mighty Ducks of Anaheim unvelleu new jerseys Saturday for their game at Inglewood, Calif. Three other teams also have been outfitted with variations on their team sweaters, Including Boston, Pittsburgh and Vancouver. STREAKS The Montreal Canadians beat the Winnipeg Jets for the 13th straight time at home Saturday, 4-1. It was the final appearance at the Forum for the Jets, who finished wttti a 2-21 record there. Montreal will soon move Into the new Molson Center.... The Philadelphia Flyers are wlnless In their last 14 games (0-104) at Pittsburgh since Nov. 21,1990. STORMING BACK Chicago erased a 4-0 deficit by scoring five straight goals against Detroit Saturday, then watched the Red Wings tie the game with 17 seconds left to force overtime. The game ended 5-5. SURPRISING SCORER Tony Twist, who had scored only three goals In 207 previous games, scored twice Saturday, leading St. Louis to a 2-1 win over Tampa Bay. SPORTSMANSHIP There were only 10 minutes In penalties — all on minor Infractions — In Saturday's Colorado- San Jose game. No penalties were called In either the second or third periods. SECONDS Daniel Alfredsson scored with 9.6 seconds left In regulation, giving Ottawa a 2-2 tie with Toronto Saturday night. STAGGERING HOME The New York Islanders closed out their tour- game road trip with a 6-3 loss to Vancouver Saturday and limped home with an 04 record on (tie trip. SPEAKING "I checked the roster arid the only guy here who was here In 1990 Is the trainer.'—Philadelphia coach Terry Murray, after a 74 loss at Pittsburgh dropped the Fryers to 0-104 In CMc Arena since Nov. 21,1990. Basketball Today's schedule MONDAY, JANUARY 29 BASKETBALL Wichita State men at Bradley, 7 p.m. Wichita State women at Crelghton, 5 p.m. Minneapolis girts tournament Hockey NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPte GF GA NY Rangers 30 11 9 69 187 138 Florida 30 13 5 65 172 130 Philadelphia 24 14 11 59 169 129 Washington 23 20 5 51 132 122 New Jersey 21 22 5 47 126 121 Tampa Bay 20 20 7 47 139 157 NY Islanders 12 27 8 32 133 179 rittsburQh Montreal Boston Hartford Buffalo Ottawa Northeast Division 31 14 24 19 20 20 1824 19 25 8 37 65 236 162 54 155 151 46 166 172 42 132 148 41 138 154 18 107 190 NBA standings All times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Orlando New York Washington Miami New Jersey Boston Philadelphia Chicago Indiana Atlanta Cleveland Detroit Charlotte Milwaukee Toronto W 30 26 21 19 17 15 7 Pet .714 .634 .500 .452 .405 .366 .170 Central Division 38 3 .927 28 14 .666 24 17 .585 22 21 20 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPts GF GA Detroit 34 9 4 72 177 104 Chicago 25 15 11 61 172 141 Toronto 22 17 9 53 149 139 St Louis 20 19 8 48 127 130 Winnipeg 20 24 4 44 170 178 Dallas 14 23 10 38 131 164 Pacific Division Colorado 26 14 9 61 189 138 Vancouver 17 19 12 46 176 164 Los Angeles 17 22 11 45 167 173 Calgary 17 23 9 43 144 155 Edmonton 18 24 6 42 133 183 Anaheim 17 27 5 39 139 166 San Jose 10 35 4 24 145 221 Saturday's results Montreal 4, Winnipeg 1 NY Rangers 5, Boston 3 Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4 Detroit 5, Chicago 5, tie St Louis 2, Tampa Bay 1 Colorado 4, San Jose 3, OT Los Angeles 5, Anaheim 4 New Jersey 4, Hartford 4, tie Toronto 2, Ottawa 2, tie Florida 6, Buffalo 3 Vancouver 6, NY Islanders 3 Sunday's results Washington 3, Philadelphia 2, OT Montreal 5, Boston 4 Monday's games St. Louis at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Florida, 6:30 p.m. Winnipeg at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. NHL today SCOREBOARD Monday, Jan. 29 Pittsburgh at Florida (6:30 p.m. CST). The surprising Panthers and potent Penguins, the highest-scoring team in the league, are tied for second In the Eastern Conference with 65 points apiece. STARS Saturday — Mario Lemieux, Penguins, had his 36th career hat trick and added two assists, leading Pittsburgh to a 74 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. — Jocelyn Thibault, Canadians, made 41 saves as Montreal defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-1. —Tony Twist, Blues, scored both of St. Louis' goals In the second period ot a 2-1 win over Tampa Bay. SUPER MARIO Mario temieux collected his fifth three-goal game of the season Saturday In Pittsburgh's 74 win over Philadelphia. Lemieux has points In all but one of his 41 games this season and has 29 multiple-point games. Saturday was his 12th game with at least four points this season and the 102nd of his career. His 109 points lead the NHL STARTS The Panthers are 184-2 when leading after one period. On Saturday, Florida beat Buffalo 63 after jumping out to a 3-1 first period lead. STAT San Jose's 4-3 loss to the Colorado Avalanche Saturday was the Sharks first In 26 overtime games dating to Oct. 24,1993. SCORING Mark Messier scared twice In the Rangers' 53 win over the Bruins Saturday and has nine goals and six assists In his last six games. SNAPPED Ottawa broke an 11-game losing streak by skating to a 2-2 tie with Toronto Saturday night. ... The Los Angeles Kings won for the first time .375 12 30 .286 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 19 19 21 25 30 .537 .525 GB 314 9 11 13 14% 22<A 10VS 14 16 1614 18 2214 26% 14 rebounds In Miami's 10245 win over Cleveland. STATUS The Cleveland Cavaliers activated toward Tyrone Hill from the Injured list Saturday night after he missed 38 games because of a bruised spinal cord. Hill was hurt when his car was hit from behind while he was on the way to a game at Gund Arena Nov. 7. He ranked fifth In the NBA In rebounding last season (10.9) and made the All-Star team for. the first lime. STAR COACHES Phil Jackson of the Chicago Bulls and George Karl of the Seattle SuperSonlcs will be seeking their tlrst victory when they coach In the NBA All- Star game Feb. 1 1 at San Antonio. STREAKS Indiana has won a franchise-tying record 14 straight at Market Square Arena. The Pacers, who have won six straight overall, beat Orlando lor the 10th straight time at home. 102-79 Saturday. The 79 points tied a season-low for the Magic. ... Philadelphia has lost nine in a row. ... New York beat Minnesota for the ninth straight time. 104-95, Saturday night The Tlmberwotves' last win over the Knicks was Jan. 16, 1991. ... Denver snapped a six-game losing streak with a 9243 win over Toronto Saturday. ... Seattle has won 10 straight from the Clippers. SEASONS Washington, after 42 games, has equalled Its win total of last season with 21 . SUDDEN EltJen Campbell's rebound basket with ,1 second left gave the Los Angeles Lakers a 100-98 victory over New Jersey Saturday night. SWATS Dlkembe Mutombo had nine of Denver's 16 blocked shots In a 92-83 win over Toronto Saturday night. SHOOTING 3s Rex Chapman was 7-lor-13 from 3-polnt range and scored 29 points In Miami's 10245 win over Cleveland Saturday night. ... Houston, led by Eldridge Recasner's five 3s, tied a season-high with 14 3-polnters In a 105-85 victory over Detroit Saturday night. SWEEPING THE BOARDS Matt Gelger had a career-high 21 rebounds in Charlotte's 1 10-1 05 win over Philadelphia Saturday night. SINGLED OUT Charlotte was called for four Illegal defense technicals In Us 110-105 victory over Philadelphia Saturday night SHOOTING The Clippers became the 37th of 41 Super- Sonlcs' opponent to shoot ta>j limn 50 percent from the field In a 9647 low Saturday night. SHOWERING Both Gary Peyton of the SuperSonlcs and Tim Hardaway of the Warriors were ejected from games Saturday night. SPEAKING "I think now It's 34 years later. I think everybody's a lot more cognizant of this disease and know a lot more about It. They know you don't catch It from casual contact like that I think there'll be a lot more understanding than there was." — Philadelphia's LaSalla Thompson, who worked out with Magic Johnson dally until signing with the 76ers Jan. 1 1 . Johnson, who has the virus that causes AIDS, Is considering coming out of retirement to play for the Lakers, possibly es early as Tuesday against Golden Stale. Coaches' poll The USA TODAY-CNN men's basketball coaches' poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, records through Jan. 28 and previous rank- Ings, total points based on 25 points for a first- place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote: WOMEN Conference All Games W 15 11 10 11 8 7 6 •W Nebraska-Kearney 10 Fort Hays State • 8 Mesa Slate 6 New Mexico Highlands 6 Chadron State . 4 Colorado Mines 3 Western State 3 Fort Lewis 2 Adams State 1 KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Gamei Tabor McPherson Friends Sterling Kansas Wesleyan Bethel Ottawa Southwestern Bethany W 13 11 8 7 6 8 6 6 2 Sterling Bethany Ottawa Friends Southwestern Bethel Tabor Kansas Wesleyan McPherson WOMEN Conference W L 0 2 2 4 5 5 All Games W 18 15 10 10 San Antonio Houston Utah Denver Minnesota Vancouver Seattle Sacramento LA Lakers Portland Golden State Phoenix LA Clippers W 27 29 27 17 13 11 Pet .675 .659 .659 .405 .325 .275 .238 10 32 Pacific Division 30 11 .732 22 16 .579 24 18 21 21 18 24 17 23 16 25 .571 .500 .429 .425 .390 GB 6% 6% 9% 1214 1214 14 Saturday's results New York 104, Minnesota 95 LA Lakers 100, New Jersey 98 Washington 102, Vancouver 77 Charlotte 110, Philadelphia 105 Miami 102, Cleveland 85 Indiana 102, Orlando 79 Houston 105, Detroit 85 Portland 112, Dallas 103 Denver 92, Toronto 83 Utah 108, Golden State 91 Seattle 96, LA Clippers 87 Sunday's result Chicago 93, Phoenix 82 Monday's games Miami at New York, 6:30 p.m. Vancouver at Philadelphia, 6:30 p.m. Cleveland at Charlotte, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Utah, 8 p.m. Seattle at Portland, 9 p.m. NBA boxscore BULLS 93, SUNS 82 PHOENIX (82) Flnley 6-12 04 16, Berkley 6-14 8-10 20, Green 3-504 6, Person 6-150-013, Johnson 214 7411, Can-34 04 6, Tlsdale 3-7 04 6, Perry 1-1 04 2, Williams 0-5 2-2 2. Totals 32-79172082. CHICAGO (93) Pippen 7-16 5-7 21, Rodman 1-7 2-2 4, tong- ley 5-121-1 11, Harper 24 04 4, Jordan 13-25 5-7 31, Caffey 0-1 0-2 0, Kukoc 24 04 7, Kelt 3-7 1-2 9, Buechler 2-3 1-2 6. Totals 3543 172593. Phoenix 19 33 16 14— 82 Chicago 21 26 24 22— 93 3-Point goals—Phoenix 1-9 (Person 1-3, Berkley 0-2, Johnson 0-2, Can 0-2), Chicago 619 (Pippen 2-7, Kerr 2-5, Kukoc 1 -2, Buechler 1 1, Jordan 0-2, Rodman 0-1, Harper 0-1). Fouled out—Green. Rebounds—Phoenix 46 (Berkley 16), Chicago 60 (Rodman 20). Assists— Phoenix 20 (Berkley 8), Chicago 26 (Jordan 6). Total fouls—Phoenix 25, Chicago 23. Techni- cals—Coach Fltzslmmons, Williams, Jordan, Chicago Illegal defense. A—23,927 (21,771). 1. Massachusetts (28) 2. Kentucky (3) 3. Kansas 4. Connecticut (1) 5. Cincinnati 6. Villanova 7. Utah 8. North Carolina 9. Georgetown 10. Wake Forest 11. Penn State 12. Arizona 13. Memphis 14. Virginia Tech 15. Purdue 16. Syracuse 17. Iowa 18. Michigan 19. UCLA 20. Texas Tech 21. Clemson 22. Auburn 23. Boston College 24. Stanford 25. Georgia Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 52, Eastern Michigan 44, Illinois 44, Mississippi State 44, Marquette 39, Louisville 29, Missouri 24, Washington 23, Wisconsin-Green Bay 17, New Mexico 14, California 13, South Carolina 13, Temple 13, New Orleans 12, Arkansas-Little Rock 11, College of Charleston 10, Virginia 10, Rhode Island 9, Tulsa 9, Santa Clara 8, Duke 7, lows State 7, Davidson 6, George Washington 5, Kansas State 4, Maryland 4, Nebraska 3, Texas 3, Drexel 2, California-Irvine 2, lona 1, Marten, Seton HalM. Big Eight standings BIG EIGHT CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Games Record 18-0 17-1 15-1 19-1 14-1 16-3 16-3 15-4 17-3 13-3 14-1 15-3 14-3 13-2 15-4 14-5 15-4 14-6 13-5 16-1 12-4 15-4 12-4 11-5 11-6 Pis Pvs 795 767 721 709 638 610 544 542 528 468 450 415 413 408 298 290 243 236 235 225 91 87 79 69 56 Kansas Iowa State Kansas State Nebraska Missouri Oklahoma Oklahoma State Colorado W 4 4 4 3 3 2 0 0 NBA today SCOREBOARD Monday, Jan. 29 Miami at New York (6:30 p.m. CST). Will Heat coach Pat Riley have to endure the fan abuse he took when Miami visited Madison Square Garden Dec. 19? STARS Saturday — Clyde Drexler, Rockets, had 24 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists In Houston's 10545 victory over Detroit. — Patrick Ewlng, Knicks, had 28 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks In New York's 104-95 victory over Minnesota. — Alonzo Mourning, Heat, had 23 points and WOMEN Conference W 16 15 13 15 13 10 10 5 All Games Colorado Oklahoma State Kansas Nebraska Oklahoma Kansas State Iowa State Missouri W 18 15 12 13 11 11 14 11 College scores MEN EAST Albany Pharmacy 76, Bard 24 Boston U. 66, Hofstra 71 Canlslus82,Falrfleld72 Connecticut 76, Virginia 46 Delaware 77, Vermont 59 Drexel 84, Northeastern 47 Franklin Pierce 50, Stony Brook 32 lona 97, Colgate 74 LeMoyne 63, S. Connecticut 58 Loyola, Md. 58, Manhattan 50 Mass.-Lowell 88, Bridgeport 64 New Hampshire Coll. 85, Sacred Heart 67 Providence 85, Pittsburgh 70 Rochester 78, NYU 77 Seton Hall 81, Rutgers 78 Towson St. 81, Hartford 73 Vassar 80, St. Joseph's, LI. 52 SOUTH Christopher Newport 77, Greensboro 58 Duke 83, Maryland 73 Rhodes 82, Sewanee 69 South Alabama 80, Jacksonville 76 Tulane 84, DePaul 74 MIDWEST Chicago 70, Carnegie-Mellon 68 Cincinnati 85, Southern Cal 53 Emporia St. 47, NW Missouri SI 42 Iowa 70, Michigan 61 Kansas 88, Nebraska 73 Mount Mercy 97, Vrierbo 65 Walsh 82, Rio Grande 66 Washington, Mo. 91. Emoiy 60 SOUTHWEST E. Texas Baptist 101, Houston Baptist 93 Hendrix 86, Centre 68 Southwestern, Texas 87, Oglethorpe 69 Texas Tech 79, Texas 78 Trinity, Tex. 92, Mlllsaps 79 TOURNAMENTS Manhattanvtlle Cattle Classic S. Vermont 69, Manhattanvllle 53 WOMEN EAST Emmanuel 64, Middlebury 57 Franklin Pierce 64, Stony Brook 38 George Washington 85, Duquesne 63 Georgetown 87, West Virginia 84 Hartford 71, Towson St 48 Mass.-Lowell 67, Bridgeport 63, OT NYU 75, Rochester 58 Rhode Island 55, St. Joseph's 48 S. Connecticut 57, LeMoyne 52 Sacred Heart 72, New Hampshire Coll. 49 St. Rose 88, Molloy 66 Vermont 67, Delaware 54 SOUTH Clemson 57. Virginia 45 East Carolina 78, Richmond 76, OT Georgia 97, Mississippi St. 62 Kentucky 69, Arkansas 65 Old Dominion 93, George Mason 51 Rhodes 63, Sewanee 44 South Carolina 69, Mississippi 66 Southern Miss. 81, Louisville 67 Tennessee 81, Alabama 69 Va. Commonwealth 63, N.C.-Wilmlngton 39 Vanderbilt 74, Florida 60 Virginia Tech 87, Xavler, Ohio 82 William & Mary 58, James Madison 48 MIDWEST Chicago 69, Carnegie-Mellon 54 DePaul 70, N.C. Charlotte 67 Emporia St. 79, NW Missouri St. 71 Grinnell 65, Carroll, Wis. 55 Indiana 74, Michigan 67 Iowa 94, Minnesota 51 Iowa St. 79, Nebraska 77, OT Kansas 51, Kansas St. 38 Mount Mercy 83, Viterbo 69 Ohio SI 88, Illinois 72 Purdue 89, Northwestern 71 S. Illinois 83, Indiana St 75 St. Louis 72, South Florida 64 St Norbert 86, Cornell, Iowa 32 Wisconsin 87, Penn St 69' SOUTHWEST Colorado 68, Oklahoma 53 Hendrix 88, Centre 86, OT Oklahoma St 69, Missouri 51 Southwestern, Texas 93, Oglethorpe 82 FAR WEST Hawaii 74, UC Irvine 59 Pacific 67, Long Beach St. 64 UC Santa Barbara 69, Nevada 52 TOURNAMENTS Manhattanvllle Cattle Classic Manhattanville 57, S. Vermont 54 RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE MEN Conference All Games Fort Hays Stale Nebraska-Kearney Western Slate Adams State Mesa State Colorado Mines Fort Lewis Chadron State New Mexico Highlands W 18 17 12 Iowa 33 (Settles, Mlllard 5). Asslsts-Mlchlgan 13 (Conlon 8), Iowa 19 (Settles 9). Total fouls— Michigan 21, Iowa 17. A-15,560. CINCINNATI 85 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 53 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (10-9) Wilson 0-10 1-2 1, Boseman 2-11 1-2 5, Crouse 2-7 0-2 4, Martin 7-13 7-7 21, Murray 171-2 3, Strong 241-2 5, Jones 3-5 2-7 8, Dawson 2-3 0-0 4, Souferian 04 2-2 2, Daffeh 0-1000. Totals 194115-26 53. CINCINNATI (14-1) Gregor 24 2-2 6, Fortson 5-10 9-1019, Long 7-131-215, F1lnl 8-14 OX) 17, LeGree 4-61-2 9, Julson 0-01-21, Burton 4-7 2-213, Brannen 03 0-2 0, Monroe 0-2 04 0, Levett 14 1-2 3, Davis 0-100 0, Fletcher 1-3 00 2. Totals 32-67 17-24 85. Halftlme—Cincinnati 43, Southern California 22. 3-polnt goals—Southern California 0-9 (Boseman 0-5, Martin 0-2, Murray 0-2), Cincinnati 4-16 (Burton 3-6, Flint 14, Gregor 0-1, Long 0-1, Davis 0-1, Fletcher 0-1, tevett 0-2). Fouled out—Strong, Fortson. Rebounds—Southern California 34 (Wilson 8), Cincinnati 51 (Long 12). Assists—Southern California 8 (Murray 4), Cincinnati 20 (LeGree 8). Total fouls—Southern California 17, Cincinnati 20. A—13,176. CONNECTICUT 76, VIRGINIA 46 VIRGINIA (7-9) Nolan 2-9 2-8 6, Co.Alexander 3-7 44 10, Ch.Alexander 1-3 CM) 2, Staples 3-10 1-2 9, Deane 2-13 2-2 7, Johnson 34 24 8, Robinson 1-5 04 2, Presley 04 1-2 1, Walton 041-2 1. Totals 15-5513-24 46. CONNECTICUT (19-1) King 1-6 2-3 4, Johnson 541-111, Hayward 2-21 -2 5, SheHer 3-10 3-311, Allen 7-15 7-7 24, Jones 4-9 2-212, Knight 1-3 04 2, Moore 2400 4, Inyatkln 0-104 0, Klalber 0-104 0, Carson 1-11-2 3. Totals 26-6017-20 76. Halftime-Connectlcut 39, Virginia 18.3-Polnt goals—Virginia 3-14 (Staples 2-7, Deane 1-5, Johnson 0-1, Robinson 0-1), Connecticut 7-16 (Allen 34, Jones 2-3, Shelter 2-6, Johnson 0-1, Moore 0-2). Fouled out-King. Rebounds-Virginia 37 (Co Alexander 10), Connecticut 39 (Allen 7). Assists—Virginia 6 (Staples, Deane 2), Connecticut 14 (Shelter 4). Total fouls—Virginia 15, Connecticut 21. A—16,294. Saturday's games FORT HAYS STATE 81 ADAMS STATE 71 FORT HAYS STATE (184) Creamer 0-1 04 0, M.Eck 3-6 2-2 8, G.Eck 616 24 16, Tyson 141-2 3, Simpson 7-10 5-7 19, Pope 3-5 04 8, Kester 1-2 04 2, Gokfston 10-183-11 23. Totals 31-6213-26 81. ADAMS STATE (9-10) Jones 8-18 4-8 20, Phillips 4-10 3413, Gallegos 5-141-214, Clouse 04 04 0, Duru 2-10 47 8, Lucas 5-8 2-2 14, Rausch 1-5 04 2, Malapanes 0-5 OX) 0. Totals 25-7414-23 71. Halftlme score - Fort Hays Slate, 48-28. 3- polnt goals - FH 6-21 (G.Eck 4, Pope 2), A 7-27 (Gallegos 3, Phillips 2, Lucas 2). Total fouls - FH 19, A18. Fouled out - none. Rebounds - FH 44 (Goldston 14), A 48 (Duru 17). Assists - FH 23 (G.Eck 6), A18 (Phillips 5). Turnovers - FH 16, A18. Technicals - Fort Hays State bench. OTTAWA 129 SOUTHWESTERN 125 (4ol) SOUTHWESTERN (6-12) Roop 26, Hamlln 4, Woody 7, Carter 20, Klnley 2, Mount 22, Bradford 21, Hartley 19, Mere 4. Totals 46-104 28-39 125. OTTAWA (6-11) Robinson 17, Miller 1, Kamatz 4, Klrchner 3, Schneider 26, Cummlngs 33, Cleverly 8, Hermreck 12, King 6, Banks 20. Totals 41-74 4342129. Haffime score - 4141 .-Regulation score - 7474. First overtime score - 67-87. Second overtime score - 101-101. Third overtime score 115-115. College women KANSAS 51, KANSAS STATE 38 KANSAS (12-7) Trapp 3-63-59, Sanford 0-1 0-1 0, Smapson 2-11 5-7 9, Dlxon 5-12 3413, halblelb 4-12 5-7 14, Canada 0-104 0, Ledet 0-104 0, Raymant 1-1 04 2, Reed 2-2 04 4. Totals 1747 16-24 51. KANSAS STATE (11-10) Chamberiain 2-3 2-2 7, Jacobson 6-13 0412, Jones 3-8 0-2 6, Coalson 14 2-2 4, Decker 2-17 04 4, Larson 04 04 0, Ragar 04 34 3, Mitchell 0-2 04 0, Hester 14 04 2. Totals 1541 7-12 38. Halflime score - Kansas, 20-17.3-polnt goals - K1-9 (Halblelb 1), KS 1-16 (Chamberlain 1). Tola! fouls - K 15, KS 24. Fouled out - none. Rebounds - K 40 (Sampson, Dixon 9), KS 41 (Jacobson 11). Assists - K 4 (Sampson 2), KS 9 (Jones 3)..Tumovers- K17, KS 15. A-2,352. OKLAHOMA STATE 69, MISSOURI 51 MISSOURI (11-8) Siemer 1-8 04 2, Bonds 7-91-115, Thornton 34 04 6, Bryan 5-9 04 10, Martin 1-8 7-8 9, Johnson 341-5 7, Woehrer 0-1 04 0. Ftynn 01 2-2 2, Lucy 0-1 04 0, Dlxon 04 0-1 0. Totals 204911-1751. OKLAHOMA STATE (15-3) Roberts 5-9 3-5 13, Scales 6-12 34 15, Shaterklna 6-11 1-2 13, Chronister 14 34 5, Coffey 2-71-6 6, Bower 04 0-1 0, Boyd 1-1 04 2, Harmon 4-6 44 13, Edwards 04 2-2 2, Wyatt-Folsom 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 25-5117-28 69. Halftime-Oklahoma St. 32, Missouri 27. 3- polnt goals—Missouri 04 (Bryan 0-1, Woeher 01, Martin 0-2), Oklahoma St 2-5 (Harmon 1-1, Coffey 1-2, Shaterkina 0-1, Chronister 0-1). Fouled out—Siemer. Rebounds—Missouri 35 (Bonds 11), Oklahoma St. 32 (Shaterkina 9). Assists—Missouri 18 (Martin 8), Oklahoma St 18 (Colfey 5). Total fouls—Missouri 25, Oklahoma St. 16. A—2,150. COLORADO 68, OKLAHOMA 53 COLORADO (18-5) Thomas 4-13 04 6, Scholz 34 2-2 8, Scott 615 6418, Palmer 5-16 2-2 17, Graham 3-9 2-3 8, Slokar 04 04 0, Felts 14 04 2, Terry 1-2 00 2, Hasheider 1-3 24 5. Totals 24-7214-17 68. OKLAHOMA (11-8) Corcoran 2-2 04 4, Anderson 2-5 0-2 4, Jones 54 4-5 14, Long 14 04 2, Pennon 5-9 5-7 15, Schenk 04 0-10.Hajek 1404 2, Phillips 1-500 2, Maytubby 1-5 04 2, K.Workman 1-3 04 3, M.Workman 1-1 2-2 5. Totals 20-5211-17 53. Halflime—Colorado 35, Oklahoma 25.3-polnt goals—Colorado 6-19 (Palmer 5-14, Hasheider 1-2, Slokar 0-1, Felts 0-2), Oklahoma 2-9 (M.Workman 1-1, HWorkman 1-2, Long 0-1, Pennon 0-1, Schenk 0-1, Maytubby 0-3). Fouled out—Scholz. Rebounds—Colorado 45 (Thomas, Scholz, Scott 9), Oklahoma 44 (Jones 12). Asststs-Colorado 8 (Thomas 4), Oklahoma 8 (Pennon 4). Total fouls—Colorado 19, Oklahoma 18. A—718. Nebraska 16, Iowa St. 18. A—1,596. Saturday!* ganMi FOR HAYS STATE 74 ADAMS STATE 51 FORT HAYS STATE (11-7) Lyne 7-15 2-2 17, Robinson 3-9 1-2 8, Kennedy 541-111, Hayden 2-91-2 5, Beckley 1-2 04 3, Reeves 6-11 7-819, Shandy 0-2 04 0, Marez 0-10-0 0, Nulty 5-14 0-110, Huggans 0-11-21. Totals 29-7213-18 74. ADAMS STATE (4-16) Fulay 5-131-212, McCatferty 1-10-0 2, Yohn 1-5 04 2, martlnez 24 04 5, Jones 4-10 0410, Peterson 14 04 2, Fortezzo 5-13 0-011, Blair 34 0-0 7. Totals 22401-2 51. Halftlme score - Adams State, 35-28.3-polnt goals - FH 3-10 (Lyne 1, Robinson 1, Beckley 1), A 6-25 (Jones 2, Fulay 1, Martinez 1, Fortezzo 1, Blair 1). Total fouls - FH 9, A16. Fouled out - none. Rebounds - FH 54 (Kennedy 13), A 28 (Yohn, Fortezzo 5). Assists - FH 17 (Robinson 8), A17 (Martinez 5). Turnovers - FH 16, A 19. OTTAWA 70, SOUTHWESTERN 68 SOUTHWESTERN (6-12) Dennett 13, Sara 3, Ashenfelter 13, Qulnones 9, Sneed 16, Doramus 4, Lelth 2, Wedel 8. Totals 264515-25 68. OTTAWA (10-7) Grgas-Wheeler 5, Brown 18, Monroy 3, LJnd- ley 11, McMillan 2, Hull 11, Flager 6, Roberts 4, Dlckkut 10. Totals 26-5715-23 70. Halftlme score - Ottawa, 36-30. Friday's game FORT HAYS STATE 66 FORT LEWIS 54 FORT HAYS STATE (10-7,7-2) Lyne 5-12 2-213, Reeves 5-7 2412, Nutty 612 0412, Robinson 6-101-113, Hayden 3-7 22 8, Kennedy 4-5 04 8, Beckley 0-1 04 0, Shandy 0-104 0, Marez 0-104 0. Totals 29-56 7466. FORT LEWIS (3-14,2-7) Gamenez 5-10 0410, Reick 3-5 04 6, Campbell 1-5 04 2, Tozer 3-12 04 6, Gravlna 6-14 2215, Lopez 2-11 04 5, Walling 5-7 0410. Totals 2544 2-2 54. Halftlme score - FH, 30-28.3-polnt goals - FH 1-5 (Lyne 1), FL 2-14 (Gravlna 1, Lopez 1). fouls - FH 6, FL 15. Fouled out - Retek (a). Technical fouls None. Rebounds-FH 36 (Nulty 8), FL 29 (Reick 8). Assists - FH 13 (Hayden 4), FL 14 (Tozer 4, Gravlna 4). Juco men Saturday's game COLBY 66, DODGE CITY 61 DODGE CITY (134) Stems 1-5 f>3 3, Jones 3-51-2 9, Salmans 36 04 6, Reels 44 04 9, Stringer 24 14 5, Crosby 4-11 0-1 8, Woodard 6-101-3 13, Gray 4-10 0-1 8. Totals 2741 3-16 61. COLBY (124) Lee 24 1-2 7, Washington 5-12 2-2 14, Riemann 0-2 04 0, Bailey 2-2 34 8, Glldyard 14 02 2, Greene 8-14 0418, Rasul 7-113417. Totals 25-53 9-14 66. Halttlme score - Colby, 35-23.3 point goals DC 4 (Jone 2, Stams 1, Reels 1), C 7 (Lee 2, Washington 2, Greene 2, Bailey 1). Rebounds DC 36 (Gray 8), C 34 (Rasul 9). Assists - DC 19 (Jones 6), C19 (Washington 9). Total fouls - DC 13, C 19. Fouled out - None. Turnovers - DC 15,019. Juco women Saturday's games DODGE CITY 68, COLBY 67 DODGE CITY (14-5) Weatherman 14 04 3, Britten 1-2 04 2, Me- Daniel 34 04 6, Mader 3-3 04 3, Hull 14 0-0 2, M.Harden 8-16 54 21, Relss 2-11 04 5, K. Harden 1-7 2-2 4, Houdeshell 8-14 3-7 19. Totals 284710-17 68. COLBY (11-10) Prtselac 14 2-2 4, M.Lopez 6-17 2-2 18, B.Lopez 1-5 04 2, Mapp 3-9 04 8, McGaugh 23 04 4, Davis 3-5 0-1 6, Cook 2-3 0-1 4, Hoss 2-7 1-2 6, Livingston 5-7 6-7 15. Totals 2544 10-1567. Halftime score - Colby, 36-30.3-polnt goals DC 2-6 (Weatherman 1, Relss 1), C 7-19 (M.Lopez 4, Mapp 2, Hoss 1). Rebounds - DC 40 (M.Harden 10), C 37 (Davis 6). Assists - DC 19 (Mcdanlel 7), C11 (M.Lopez 5). Total foul DC 17, C17. Fouled out-none. Turnovers-DC 10.C13. CLOUD COUNTY 68, HIGHLAND 44 CLOUD COUNTY (184) Allen 3 04 6, Holns 3 04 6, Rodgers 0 2-2 2, Smith 101-2 21, Peden 1 0-2 2, Dohman 1 34 5, Wilson 44 04 8, Gronewoller 16, Bloomdah! 2. Totals 27 8-20 68. HIGHLAND (3-16) Small 104 2, Bergman 5 4-814, Gudenkauf 6 3-515, Neeland 1 3-10 5, Fulkerson 1-2 24 4, Clements 1 2-2 4. Totals 15-34 14-29 44. Halttlme score - CC, 35-17. 3-polnt goals CC 24 (Gronewoller 2), H 0. Rebounds - CC 31 (Wilson 8), H 33 (Gudenkaul 9, Clements 9). High school GIRLS Saturday's game WESKAN 91 CHEYENNE WELLS, COLO. 48 Weskan 22 22 22 25 - 91 Cheyenne Wells 15 9 14 10 - 48 Weskan (154) - Robinson 20, Johnson 2, Funk 2, P.Welsh 15, Okeson 13, Cox 8, Smith 11,S.Welsh14,Burch6. Cheyenne Wells - Smith 10, C.Smally 6, Mitchek 4, Bogenhagen 8, Clayton 2, Allen 2, C,Smally2,Jacobs4,Lowe2. Tennis College men IOWA 70, MICHIGAN 61 MICHIGAN (144) Taylor 7-15 3-5 17, White 44 44 13, Baston 341 -2 7, Conlon 14 04 3, Bullock 5-13 2-215, Traylor 1 -7 04 2, Mitchell 24 0-2 4, Fife 0-3 04 0. Totals 234010-15 61. IOWA (164) Murray 6-9 1-214, Settles 24 6-8 12, Mlllard 1-7 0-1 2, Woolrldge 10-13 5-5 28. Klngsbury 113 04 3, Koch 14 04 2, Helmers 2-2 04 4, Bowen 1-21-2 3, Glasper 1-2 04 2. Totals 256013-1870. Halttlme—Iowa 39, Michigan 30. 3-Polnt goals—Michigan 5-15 (Bullock 34. White 1-2, Conlon 1-3, Mitchell 0-2, Fife 0-2), Iowa 7-21 (Woolridge 3-3, Settles 24, Murray 1-1, Kingsbury 1 -10, Glasper 0-1, Koch 0-2). Fouled out- White. Rebounds—Michigan 45 (Taylor 14), IOWA STATE 79, NEBRASKA 77 (ot) NEBRASKA (134) McClaln 11-16 3-3 25, DeForge 4-7 04 10, Aarden 2-7 4-5 8, Galllgan 3-11 2-3 9, Brenden 44 04 9, Doage 34 04 6, Kubik 1-3 04 2, Thompson 1-1 1-2 3, Benson 1-2 34 5. Totals 30-57 13-17 77. IOWA STATE (144) Grimm 7-13 2-2 18, Hand 1-5 0-1 3, Olson 714 2-316, Martin 7-91-216, Gunderson 5-13 2215, Palmer 1-1 04 3, Lee 4-7 0-18. Totals 32627-1179. Halftlme—Nebraska 36, Iowa St. 26. End of regulallon-«848. 3-Polnt goals—Nebraska 410 (DeForge 2-2, Galligan 14, Brenden 1-2), Iowa St. 8-20 (Gunderson 3-9, Grimm 24, Hand 1-3, Martin 1-1, Palmer 1-1, Olson 0-2). Fouled out-Olson. Rebounds—Nebraska 32 (Galllgan 9), Iowa St 30 (Lee 8). Assists—Nebraska 18 (DeForge 4), Iowa St. 21 (Hand 6). Total fouls— Australian Open MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Results Sunday of the $6.35 million Australian Open (seed- Ings In parentheses): MEN Singles Championship Boris Becker (4), Germany, del. Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nov., 6-2,6-4,24,6-2. General Transactions BASEBALL National League CINCINNATI REDS-Slgned Vlnce Coleman, outfielder, to a minor-league contract BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVAUERS-Acttvated Tyrone Hill, forward, from the Injured list Placed Joe Courtney, forward, on the injured list GOLF USGA—Elected Judy Bell president for the 1996 season. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS—Recalled Marek Malik and Jason McBaln, defensemen, from Springfield of the AHL ST. LOUIS BLUES-Recalled Fred Knipscheer, center, from Worcester of the AHL Sent Patrice Tardlf, center, to Worcester. COLLEGE EASTERN MICHIGAN—Named Tony Martin men's tennis coach. MCNEESE STATE-Named Don Meadows got! coach. COLLEGE MEN'S BASKETBALL STANDINGS Atlantic Cusl Corrtsrance W North Carolina 6 Georgia Tech 6 Wake Forest 5 Clemson Maryland Duke N.C. State Florida St. Virginia Conference L Pet W 1 .857 15 1 .857 13 2 .714 13 4 .429 12 3 .400 9 4 .333 11 5 .288 12 5 286 10 5 .286 7 AIIGames L Pet 4 .789 8 .619 3 .813 4 .750 6 .600 7 .611 7 .632 7 .588 8 .487 Atlantic 10 Conttrancs W Temple 7 Massachusetts 6 Rhode Island 4 St Joseph's 2 St B'venture 1 Fordham 0 Virginia Tech 6 George Wash. 4 Xavler, Ohio 4 Dayton 2 Esst Conference L Pet W 0 1.000 11 0 1.000 18 2 .667 12 3 .400 7 6 .143 5 7 .000 2 West 1 .857 13 1 .800 10 2 .667 8 AlKUmos L Pet 7 .611 0 1.000 & .706 7 .500 11 .313 14 .125 2 .867 4 .714 8 .500 La Salle 1 5 .167 4 14 .222 Duquesne 0 6 .000 5 10 .333 Big Ten Conference Conference AIIGames W L Pet W L Pet Penn St. 6 1 .857 15 1 .938 Purdue 5 2 .714 15 4 .789 Michigan St. 5 2 .714 11 8 .579 Michigan 4 2 .667 14 5 .737 Wisconsin 4 3 .571 12 7 .632 Indiana 4 3 .571 11 6 .579 Iowa 3 3 .500 14 4 .778 Illinois 3 5 .375 14 8 .700 Minnesota 2 5 .286 10 9 .526 Ohio St. 1 6 .143 8 8 .500 Northwestern 1 6 .143 6 10 .375 Big East Conference Big Essie Conference AIIGames L Pet 1 .947 Big East 7 Georgetown 7 2 .778 17 3 .850 Syracuse 5 4 .556 14 5 .737 Seton Hall 5 4 .556 97 .563 Miami 4 5 .444 10 7 .588 Pittsburgh 3 4 .429 8 7 .533 Rutgers 2 5 .286 5 10 .333 Providence 2 6 .250 9 7 .563 4 .333 10 7 W L Pet W Connecticut 9 0 1.000 18 vlltanova 7 2 .778 18 3 .842 Bos. College 5 3 .625 12 4 .750 West Virginia 3 6 .333 8 9 .471 SI John's 2 6 .250 8 8 .500 Notre Dame 1 8 .111 6 10 .375 Tulane Big West Conference Conference W L Pet W UC Irvine 6 2 .750 9 U Santa Barb. 6 3 .667 9 Nevada 5 3 .625 12 LongBeachSI. 5 3 .625 10 Utah a 4 4 .500 10 C. St.-Fullerton 4 5 .444 5 New Mex. St. 3 5 .375 6 UNLV 3 5 .375 6 Pacific 3 8 .333 7 San Jose St. 3 6 .333 4 AIIGames L Pet 6 .600 8 .529 6 .667 7 .588 10 .500 12 .294 10 .375 10 .375 10 .412 13 .235 Conference USA Red Conference AIIGames W L Pet W L Pet 2 2 .500 10 5 .667 Ala.-Blrm. Southern Miss South Florida Memphis Louisville N.C. Charlotte Cincinnati Marquette St Louis DePaul Penn Harvard Dartmouth Princeton Cornell Brown Yale Columbia Missouri Valley Conference Conference AIIGames W L Pet W L Pet Illinois St 7 2 .778 13 6 .684 3 2 0 5 5 4 4 3 3 0 3 .500 4 .333 5 .000 White 1 .833 1 .833 2 .687 Blue 1 .800 2 .600 4 .429 6 .000 13 8 6 14 14 10 13 12 12 7 7 9 8 3 6 7 1 4 6 10 .650 .471 .500 .824 .700 .588 .929 .750 .667 .412 Ivy League Conference W 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 L Pet 0 1.000 1 .750 1 .750 1 .667 2 .500 3 .250 3 250 4 .000 W 6 10 10 9 6 6 5 4 AIIGames L 6 5 6 5 9 1Q 9 12 Pet .500 .667 .625 .643 .400 .375 .357 .250 Bradley Tulsa Drake Evansvllle 5 Creighton 4 SW Mo. St 4 N. Iowa 3 4 Indiana St. S. Illinois Wichita St. UCLA California Arizona Washington Stanford Southern Cal 3 Oregon 2 6 2 .750 11 5 .688 5 2 .714 12 3 .800 6 3 .667 10 7 .588 5 3 .625 9 7 .563 4 5 .444 9 9 .500 5 .444 8 9 .471 .429 9 6 .600 6 .333 7 10 .412 5 .266 9 9 .500 9 .100 5 15 .250 Psclflc-10 Conference Conference AIIGames W L Pet W L Pet 8 1 .857 13 5 .722 6 2 .750 11 5 .688 5 2 .714 15 3 .833 5 2 .714 12 4 .750 5 3 .625 11 5 .688 4 .429 10 8 .556 5 .286 9 9 .500 8 .467 7 .633 South Carolina 5 Florida ' 4 Vandertallt 3 Georgia 2 Tennessee 2 3 .625 11 3 .571 9 4 .429 13 5 .286 11 5 .286 9 West 5 .688 8 .529 7 .650 6 .647 8 .529 Arizona St. 2 5 .286 7 Wash, a 1 6 .143 6 Oregon St 1 6 .143 3 13 .188 Southssstsm Conference East Conference AIIGsmes W L Pet W L Pet Kentucky 7 0 1.000 17 1 .944 Arkansas 4 2 .667 12 6 .667 Auburn 3 3 .500 15 4 .789 Mississippi SI 4 4 .500 12 5 .706 Alabama 4 4 .500 10 6 .625 LSU 24 .333 10 8 .556 Mississippi 2 5 286 7 9 .438 Southwest Conference Conference AIIGunss W L Pet W L Pet Texas Tech 5 0 1.000 15 1 .938 Houston 5 1 .833 10 7 .588 Texas 4 1 .800 11 4 .733 Rice 2 3 .400 9 7 .563 SMU 2 Texas A&M 1 TCU 1 Baylor 4 .333 6 11 .353 4 .200 9 8 .529 4 .200 10 10 .500 RADIO • TU Monday, January 29 Television BASKETBALL 6:30 p.m. - Villanova at Syracuse ESPN, cable 38 8:30 p.m. - Missouri at Colorado ESPN, cab e 38 8:30 p.m. - Dayton at Duquesne ESPNZ, cable 39 11 p.m. - Utah State at New Mexico State ESPN, cable 38 GENERAL 10 a.m. - Spottecenter. ESPN, cable 38 B:30 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 10 p.rri. - Sports Tonight CNN, cable 23 • 10 p.m. - Sportscenter .' ESPN, cable 38 12:30 p.m. - Sports Utenlght CNN, cable 23 1:30 am - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 6:06 p.m. - Hawk Talk KSAJ, 98.5-FM 7 p.m - Cat Chat KSAL, 1150-AM GENERAL 5:30 p.m.- KSAL Sports Talk Show KSAL, 1160-AM - j SPORTS DIGEST Basketball ; ; • CHICAGO — Michael Jordan can be on a roll,; or in a rare slump. Scottie Pippen can be in control or unusually out of sorts. Dennis Rodman ,-. can be pulling down rebounds or nursing injuries. None of that seems to matter for the Chicago Bulls, who simply keep winning and winning and winning. Jordan scored 31 points, Scottie Pippen added 21 and Rodman had 20 re- ,,-, bounds Sunday as the Bulls beat the Phoenix Suns 93-82, reaching the midway point of the season as one of the best teams in NBA history. • LINDSBORG — Matt Richardson scored 27 points in two consecutive games for McPherson ,. to earn Kansas CoUegiate Athletic Conference men's player of the week honors. Richardson, of -... St. John, scored 15 points in an overtime loss to „ Friends, then scored 27 in a 93-78 victory over Bethany and had another 27 points in a 91-66 vie- -;. tory over Sterling. The 6-4 senior forward ( grabbed 25 rebounds on the week. Gina Cox, a 6- ,, foot sophomore center from Long Island, was named women's player of the week for the conference Sunday. Cox scored 33 points for Bethany in-»i a 94-90 victory over Friends, 27 points in a 65-52 , i, victory over McPherson and 17 points in a 56-55 victory over Southwestern. She had 29 rebounds, including 13 against McPherson. ~ Football • YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Jermaine Hopkins, " ; ' a defensive starter at Youngstown State, was shot and killed early Sunday, police said. Hopkins, 21,", ; was shot twice while standing outside his home. : ' Police said a car with three males drove by and at least one of the men began shooting. One person,""' whose name had not been released, was in cus- J " tody, police said. The shooting might have been • related to a fight at a sorority dance on campus Saturday night, the school said in a news release. • CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson's Frank Howard " was buried Sunday next to the stadium he loved, ' high above the field that bears his name. Howard, who became the school's winningest coach during his 30 seasons, died Friday at 86 of congestive heart failure after months of declining health. Almost 1,500 friends, family, ex-players and fans : turned out to pay their respects. "Everybody had "^ some kind of feel for coach Howard, go by and ' visit him or tell a story to him, or have him tell < them a joke," said Arkansas coach Danny Ford, • who led Clemson to the 1981 national title and at- " tended the services. " '• Golf • KAWAIHAE, Hawaii — Ray Floyd won an un- ,. precedented third consecutive Senior Skins title , ] Sunday when he tapped in a 3,-inch putt at the .'. '. ! 15th hole, giving him eight skins and a two-day '„,, total of $240,000. Floyd, in raising his Senior , Skins winnings to $960,000 over a four-year span, trailed Jim Colbert by $120,000 through 14 holes ' J ,\ of the tournament at the Mauna Lani Resort's ',', ,'.', South Course. But at the day's second par 3, a : yard hole over water onto a peninsula, Floyd's shot gently plopped next to the cup to set up the '"" tap-in, which eventually gave him the title. • SINGAPORE — Ian Woosnam, who almost re^ tired from golf because of a bad back last year, started the new European season by winning the Johnnie Walker Classic in a playoff with Scots- , man Andrew Coltart on Sunday. Three times the match looked out of reach for Woosnam, but he rallied to win the first prize of $151,000 from the purse of $906,000. The 25-year-old Coltart had sev-'.'.', en birdies in the final round, including five ^ straight beginning at the sixth hole, and equalled the Tanah Merah Club course record of 65 for a . 16-under total of 272. '.'", • VERO BEACH, Fla. — The team of Bruce De- ° r i vlin and Larry Ziegler birdied the last three holes " n , Sunday to win the $200,000 Treasure Coast Classic by a stroke. Following their only bogey in 36 " holes, when both missed 3-foot putts at No. 15 in "'' the scrambles format, Devlin and Zeigler recovered to finish with a 12-under-par 60. They had a two-day total of 20-under 124 on the 6,564-yard ' . River course at the Grand Harbor Golf & Beach ". Club. Two teams tied for second at 125 — Harold ". Henning and Tony Jacklin, who closed with 61, ,, and Harry Toscano and Richard Bassett, who fin- •'. ishedat63. Running 1 4 .200 6 11 .353 • REDONDO BEACH, Calif. — Ashley Johnson,, of Flagstaff, Ariz., surprised Bob Kempainen of ! Minneapolis by two strides to win Sunday's Su-' \ per Bowl 10K Run in 29 minutes, 12 seconds. > Kempainen finished in 29:13, getting outmanu- vered by Johnson in two sharp corners at the six- mile mark of the 6.2-mile race. '. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 9134274229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800422-1919 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 913428-8614 Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation office 913426-7434 Sallna Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sports Talk Show (KSAL, 1150-AM) 800-608-1150 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University of Kansas ticket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-7554000 Wichita State University ticket office 316489-3266 CALL 825-6000 and punch In 6000 for local scores

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