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.1 Page Six Section D - Tucson, Friday, February 25, 2000 QJir Arizona Datlit Slar SCORECARD For pro, college and high school results, call Star Sports at 573-4330 Because TV Week is printed in advance, some listings It contains are outdated. The latest listings avail-,able at press time last night are below. Television Today BOX1NQ Wolfgramm vs. Lampkin, FSNAZ 7 p.m., T Harris vs. Oliveira, ESPN2 7:30 p.m. GOLF Canon Challenge, GOLF 7 a.m., T Senior PGA: LiquidGolf.com Invitational, ESPN 10 a.m. WGC: Match Play, ESPN noon PGA: Tucson Open, Channel 4 4 p.m. LPGA: Australian Ladies Masters, GOLF 6 p.m. MOTOR SPORTS , 24 Hours of Daytona. highlights, ESPN2 11 a.m., T . NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION , Phoenix at New York, TNT 6 p.m. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Colorado at St. Louis, ESPN 6 p.m. SWIMMING . Big 12 Women's Championships, FSNAZ 1 p.m., T VARIETY Prowlin' with the Wildcats, FSNAZ 9 p.m., T YACHTING America s Cup Final, ESPN2 5 p.m. Tomorrow GOLF Canon Challenge, GOLF 7 a.m., T WGC: Match Ray, ESPN 8:30 a.m. WGC: Match Play, Channel 9 noon PGA: Tucson Open, CNBC 4 p.m. Senior PGA: LiquidGolf.com Invitational, ESPN . . . .3:30 p.m., T JLPGA: Australian Ladies Masters, GOLF 6 p.m. GYMNASTICS American Cup Finals, Channel 4 2 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Girls: Arizona Class 4A Championship, FSNAZ . . .10:30 a.m., T Boys: Arizona Class 4A Championship, FSNAZ noon, T MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Tenn.-Chattanooga at Coll. of Charleston, ESPN2 . . .9:30 a.m. Arkansas at Kentucky, Channel 13 10 a.m. North Carolina at Maryland, ESPN2 11:30 a.m. ; Michigan State at Indiana, Channel 13 noon Massachusetts at Temple, ESPN noon Utah at Colorado State, Channel 18 1 p.m. St. John's at Duke, Channel 13 2 p.m. Arizona State at Arizona, FSNAZ 2 p.m. Oregon State at UCLA, FSNAZ 4 p.m. 'Notre Dame at Miami, ESPN 5 p.m. Missouri at Oklahoma, ESPN 7 p.m. MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR: Alltel 200, NASH 11 a.m. NASCAR: Craftsman Truck Series, ESPN2 1:30 p.m. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Los Angeles at San Jose, ESPN2 8 p.m. SKIING Ford Downhill Series, Channel 11 3. p.m., T SPEED SKATING World AlWround Championships, Channel 9 11 a.m., T WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Washington State at California, FSNAZ 7 p.m. Arizona at Arizona State, FSNAZ 8 p.m. YACHTING America's Cup Final, ESPN2 5 p.m. Sunday BOWLING PBA: Touring Players Championship, ESPN 10:30 a.m. BOXING . Molina vs. Suarez, FSNAZ 7 p.m., T GOLF Canon Challenge, GOLF 7 a.m., T --WGC: Match Play, Channel 9 LPGA: Australian Ladies Masters, GOLF 1:30 p.m., T Senior PGA: LiquidGolf.com Invitational, ESPN . . . 3:30 p.m., T 'PGA: Tucson Open, CNBC 4 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Girls: Arizona Class 5A Championship, FSNAZ 2 p.m., T Boys: Arizona Class 5A Championship, FSNAZ . . .3:30 p.m., T MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Auburn at Florida, Channel 13 10 a.m. :'Georgia Tech at Wake Forest, Channel 13 noon Illinois at Ohio State, Channel 13 2 p.m. ' Virginia Tech at Duquesne, ESPN2 2 p.m. Louisville at Cincinnati, ESPN2 5:30 p.m. Arizona State at Arizona, FSNAZ 1 a.m. (Mon.), T .MOTOR SPORTS " NASCAR: DuraLubeBig Kmart 400, NASH 10:30 a.m. 'NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Phoenix at Toronto, Channel 4 10:30 a.m. Utah at Portland, Channel 4 1 p.m. 'Houston at LA. Lakers, Channel 4 3:30 p.m. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Colorado at Dallas, ESPN 6 p.m. SOCCER Pachuca vs. UNAM, Channel 40 noon, S, T Copa de Oro 2000, Channel 52 2 p.m., S Necaxa vs. Santos, Channel 40 4 p.m., S, T TENNIS Guardian Direct Cup, FSNAZ 11 a.m., T WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Illinois at Indiana, ESPN2 noon ffadio Today NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Phoenix at New York, KFFN 5:30 p.m. TALK SHOWS 24-hour sports talk. KFFN .all day Sports Tonight, KNST 7:05 p.m. Tomorrow MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Arizona State at Arizona, KNST 1:35 p.m. Michigan State at Indiana, KFFN noon St. John's at Duke, KFFN 3 p.m. Eastern Washington at NAU, KTNN 6:45 p.m. TALK SHOWS 24-hour sports talk, KFFN .all day Countdown to Tipoff, KNST 12:40 p.m. Wildcat Talk, KNST 4:30 p.m. ! WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL t Arizona at Arizona State, KCEE Sunday MEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Auburn at Florida, KFFN 10 a.m. ASSOCIATION TALK SHOWS 24-hour sports talk, KFFN .all day ESPN Radio, KNST 5:05 p.m. CNBC . ftaml 7 (Cox); Cftmat 33 (Jon); Chmmt 37 (PCTV) S .SpanM bm0iag T .Tap dsiaywl ' RasOso (tattoa dW locations: KTNN (6604M); KNST (790-AM); KCEE (9404M); KJLL (13304M); KFFN (149MM). noon 1:45 p.m. COLLEGE BASKETBALL AP Men's Top 25 ItaltaktHI 1 Stanford (2J-1) bMI Washington SUM 89-52 Nest at Waehinglon, today. i Ouka (121) CM noi (Hay. Next vs. 91 John s, today. 1 Cincinnati (2M) did not play. Neat vs. LouwviHa. Sunday 4. tfttaaa 1M) eS aat aest. Mart ve. 5 Mroan Sum (21-4) M not play. Nan: at No. 18 Indiana, today. 6 Ohio Stata (19-5) did not play. Neat V. Nbnoie, Sunday. 7 Tennessee (22-) did not play. Nait at Alabama, today. 8 Tampla (21-4) baat St Bonaventure 75-58 halt: vs. Massachusetts today. 8 Flonda 21-51 did not play. Nait vs. No, 11 Auburn. Sunday. 10. Oklahoma Stata (22-3) did not play. NaM: at No. 17 Iowa Stata. today. 11. Auburn 121-5) M not play. Nan: at No. 9 Florida. Sunday. 12 Tmaa 125-31 tost to Fraano Stata 73-72. Naxt va. Taut-El Peso, today. 13. Syracuse 122-3) did not play Naxt va. Georgetown, Sunday. 14. Taua f.19-7) did not play. Nait va. Tai-aa AaM. today 15 LSU (22-4) did not play. Naxt: va. Ma. anaippi Stata, today. It. Indiana (18-0) CM not play. Naxt va. No. 5 Micregan Stata. today. 17. towa Stata (23-4) did not play. Naxt: va. No. 10 Oklahoma Stata. today. 18 Kantucky (194) M not play. Naxt va. Arkanaaa, today. 19 Maryland (20-7) M not play. Naxt: VI. North Carolina, today. 20. Oklahoma (21-5) did not play. Naxt: va. Misaoun, today. 21. Purdue (20-7) baat Michigan 78-75. Next va. Pann Stata, Sunday. 22. Connactjcul (184) did not play. Naxt: va. Watt Virginia, today. 23. Kansas (20-7) did not play. Naxt vs. Baylor, today. 24. Vanderbilt (17-7) did not play. Naxt: at Mississippi, today. 25. Utah (20-5) did not play. Naxt: at Coto-rado State, today. (1) Stanford 89, Washington St 52 tSTAHFOHO (21-1) Jacobsen 8-11 0-2 23, Madsen 9-11 2-2 20, Collins 2-5 2-8 6. McDonald 0-1 04 0. Mosley 4- 8 0-0 10. Kirchoter 0-0 0-0 0. Getbard 0-0 1-2 1. Barnes 2-2 2-2 7, Giovacchini 2-4 fX) 5, Mendel 34 2-2 10, Collins 1-2 5-9 7. Totals 31-50 14-25 89. WAMHMT0N ST. (Ill) Bush 7-15 44 18. Crosby 4-13 1-2 12. Millar 1-7 M 2, Clark 1-3 2-2 4. Adams 3-5 2-2 8, Mencke 2-4 (Ml 4. Riley 1-3 0-0 2, Evans 1- 1 O0 2, Whitehead 0-0 M 0. Totals 20-51 9-10 52. Maritime-Stanford 39, Washington St. 22. 3-Point goals-Stanford 13-24 (Jacobsen 7-9, Mosley 2-5, Mendel 2-5. Barnes 1-1, Giovacchini 1-3. McDonald 0-1), Washington St 3-15 (Crosby 3-9, Adams 0-1, Riley 0-1, Bush 0-2. Miller 0-2). Fouled out-Evans. Rebounds-Stanford 31 (Madsen 9). Washington St 25 (Bush 8). Assists-Stantord 21 (Mosley. Giovacchini 4). Washington St 6 (Bush, Miller 2) . Total touls-SUntord 11, Washington St 24. A-5,129. (8) Temple 75, St Bonaventure 58 ST. lOIUVTrTTUIt (184, a.) Prato 44 1-2 12. Van Paassen 14 0-0 2, Cyrus 4-7 04 8, Messiah-Capers 4-10 04 12, Winn 3-13 4-4 11, Bremer 2-7 2-4 7, Massiah 2- 4 134 4, Sieghst 04 04 0, Cheeks 04 2-2 2. Totals 20-54 9-12 5B. lEMPU (214, 12-1) Karcher 4-14 1-2 11, Barnes 3-7 2-2 8, Lyde 34 0-2 8, Sanchez 3-5 04 7. Wadley 7-13 04 17. Greer 54 2-3 14. Rollerson 2-4 3-3 7, Sanders 1-1 04 2. Wesby 03 2-3 2, Thomas 01 1-2 1. Jefferson M 04 0, Barry 04 04 0. Totals 2842 11-17 75. Halfbrne-Temple 40. St Bonaventure 25. 3-Point goals-St. Bonaventure 9-21 (Messiah-Capers 44, Prato 34, Winn 14. Bremer 1-4), Temple 8-24 (Wadley 3-7. Karcher 2-9. Greer 2-4. Sanchez 1-1. Wesby 02. Jefferson 01). Fouled out-None. Rebounds-St Bonaventure 33 (Cyrus 10). Temple 40 (Barnes 7). Assists-SL Bonaventure 13 (Winn 5), Temple 20 (Sanchez 13). Total fouls-St. Bonaventure 17, Temple 15. A-9,520. Fresno St 73, (12) Tulsa 72 FRESNO ST. (1S-9) Abney 1-5 04 2, Roberson 3-113-4 11, Ely 7-9 04 14. Porter 4-7 04 11, Alexander 9-23 04 25, Irvin 04 04 0, Felix 1-2 04 2, Demanby 2-3 3-4 8. Totals 2740 9-14 73. nun (2S-!) Coley 34 04 6. Kurtz 3-11 04 6, Harrington 5-15 44 16, Hill 34 04 8, Heard 54 04 14, Swaiison 2-2 1-2 5, Shetton 5-11 7-7 17, Johnson Ol 04 0, McDaniel 04 O0 0. Totals 2642 12-13 72. Halftime-Tulsa 37. Fresno St 30. 3-Point goals-Fresno St 1019 (Alexander 44. Porter 3- 3, Roberson 24. Demanby 1-2). Tulsa 8-21 (Heard 44, Hill 24. Hamnglon 2-5. Coley Ol, Shetton 03). Fouled out-Ely. Rebounds-Fresno St. 35 (Ely 7), Tulsa 38 (Kurtz 10). As-sists-Fresno St. 15 (Porter 6). Tulsa 17 (Hill, Coley 4). Total fouls-Fresno St 16, Tulsa 18. A-8.355. (21) Purdue 78, Michigan 75 Purdue (20-7) Robinson 5-7 7-11 17, R.Smith 1-5 44 7, Cardinal 8-11 5-5 20. Cornell 5-12 1-4 12, Cunningham 2-5 7-10 12, Kerkhof 01 04 0, Lewis 24 2-3 6, Wetzel 04 04 0, McQuay 1-4 04 2, Allison 1-2 04 2. Totals 23-53 26-39 78. MICHIGAN (1J.11) Blanchard 04 04 0. B.Smith 54 2-2 12, Young 3-7 2-3 8, Gaines 8-17 24 18, Groninger 6-9 2-2 19. Jones 1-4 34 6, Hunter 04 04 0, Assettn 34 04 6, Anderson 04 04 0, Vignier 34 04 6. Totals 29-56 1 1-16 75. Hafftjme-Michigan 37, Purdue 32. 3-Point Goals-Purdue 6-21 (Cardinal 34, R.Smith 1-2. Cunningham 14, Cornell 14, Lewis 03), Michigan 6-13 (Groninger 5-7, Jones 1-3, B.Smith Ol, Gaines 02). Fouled out-Comell, B.Smith, Groninger, Assetin. Rebounds-Purdue 30 (Robinson, R.Smith, McQuay 6), Michigan 36 (Young. Asselin 8), Assists-Purdue 11 (Robinson 3), Michigan 14 (Gaines 5). Tc-tal fouls-Purdue 15, Michigan 31. A-10.736. Northern Arizona 71, Portland St. 57 PORTLAND ST. (14-11) Udoka 3-10 04 7, Artharee 5-10 44 14, Lackey 4-7 1-2 10, Nesland 24 04 5, Gamer 3-9 1-1 8. Floyd 24 04 4, Elliott 1-3 04 2, DeGrenier 03 04 0. Bnggs 24 04 5 Dean 1-1 04 2. Totals 2340 64 57. NORTHERN ARIZONA (1S-9) Land 2-9 34 9. Hix 24 44 8, NcClintock 5- 10 O10 18, Lopez 14 4-7 6, Schwab 5-11 04 13, Gebhardt 0-2 00 0, Rieck 04 04 0 McDade 44 1-3 9. King 1-2 04 2, Wolthers 1-1 04 2, Grundman 2-3 04 4. Totals 2341 20-28 71. Hatttime-N. Arizona 31, Portland St 31 3-Point goals-Poraand St 5-18 (Garner 1-1, Briggs 1-2. Udoka 1-3, Lackey 1-3, Nesland 14, DeGrenier OS), N. Arizona 5-21 (Schwab 34, Land 24, Hix 01, Gebhardt 02, Lopez 03) . Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Portland St. 40 (Artharee. Lackey 8), N. Ahzona 37 (Hix 7). Assists-Portland St. 7 (Lackey 3), N. Arizona 12 (Lopez, King 4). Total fouls-Port-land St 21. N. Anzona 14. A-2.510. Yesterday's Scores Aldersrjn-Broaddus 71. Shepherd 56 Boston U. 60. New Hampshire 58 Charleston. W.Va. 84. Salem-Teikyo 80 Concord 85, Glenville St 78 Delaware 74, Vermont 72 Dominican. N.Y. 83. Wilmington, Del. 67 Endicott 54. Colby-Sawyer 53 Fairteigh Dickinson 54. UMBC 52 Fairmont St. 63, Wheeling Jesuit 34 Gannon 87, Hillsdale 83 Hartford 79, Towson 77, OT Maine 70, Northeastern 67 Manst 83, Manhattan 65 Mercyhurst 70, Findlay 61 Mount St. Mary's, Md. 64. Monmouth, N.J 56 Mount St. Mary, N.Y. 79. Mount St. Vincent 64 Nyack 74. Caldwell 71 Robert Morris 97. St Francis, NY 92 Sacred Heart 100, Ouinnipiac 91 Siena 88. Fairfield 84 St. Francis, Pa. 63. Long Island U. 58 Stockton St 61, Rowan 57 TeatytvPost 77, Holy Family 66 Temple 75, St. Bonaventure 58 Tufts 89. Brandeis 77 W. Virginia St 85. Btuefield St 40 Wagner 88. Cent Connecticut St. 77 'West Ijberty 111, Davis 8 Elkms 78 SOUTH Berry 82, Knoxvilfe 73 armingham-Southern 74. Martin Methodist 60 Camcosllsvitte 82. North Greenville 58 Cent. Flonda 77. Campbell 67 Centenary 94. Texas Co". 59 Delta St 87, Christian Brothers 75 E. Ilknois 90, E. Kentucky 47 Faulkner 87. Shorter 74 Fla. Iritemational 75. Ark-Little Rock 86 Georgia St 86. Flonda Atlantic 62 Georgia Tech 66, N.C. State 63 Lee 103, Travecca Nazarene 95 Limestone 99, Mount Olive 91 Louisiana Tech 75. New Orleans 66 Louwana-Monroe 81, SE Louisiana 64 Marquette 61. South Florida 60 McNeese St 77. SW Texas 73 Middle Tennessee 82. Murray St 79 Mobile 86, Loyola. NO 72 Northwestern St 80. Stephen FJtustin 75 OT Pteffer 107. Erskine 91 RaoTord 74. High Point 85 SE Misaoun 74 Morehead St 58 Samlord 61, Mercer 57 Sou Alabama 71, Louana-Ufayette 58 Southern Tech too. Aubum-Momoomery 70 Spring Mi 75. Wakam Carey 70. OT Stetson 83. Jacksonville 79 Tennessee Tech 61. Term. -Martin 88 Troy St 74, Jacksonville St 89 Virginia St 78. Fayelteville St 67 W.Ventucky 84, Arkansas St 73 no WIST Ashland 74, Wayne. Mich. 70 Ban St 91. Cant Michigan 80 BeUarmine 84, Wis-PaHtude 81 Bethany, Kan. 98. Tabor 80 Bowwtg Glean 73, Akron 72 Butler 59. Loyola. Ill 44 Carthage 73. Whaalon. 82 Chicago St 69. Valparaiso 47 Detroit 80. Wit -Green Bay 58 Ferns SL 80. Nortnvrd. Mich. 78 Fnanda 80. Bethel. Kan. 54 Kanaas Westeyan 77. Southwettern. Kan. 83 Lake Supenor St. 70. N. Michigan 69 McPharson 86, Ottawa. Kan. 82. OT Oakland. Mich. 111. UMKC 108 Oral Roberts S3, Voungstown St. 80 Purdue 78. Michigan 75 Saginaw Valley St. 86. Grand Valley St. 73 W Illinois 72. S. Utah 58 Westminster, Mo 66. Webster 65 Wii-Eau Claire 71, Wia-Oshkosh 55 Wis -Milwaukee 70. Cleveland St. 67 Wis -Stevens PI 80. Wis. -Superior 73. 0T Wright St 72, KI.-ChK-aoo 52 SOUIHWrlST Fraano St 73. Tulsa 72 Harding 86. Cameron 47 Henderson SL 74, Ark -Monhcello 65 Midwestern St. 87. Abriene Chnaoan 84 Nevada 84. North Texas 62 Praine View 80. Ark -Pine Bluff 71 Rica 62. UTEP 59 SE Oklahoma 70. Cant Oklahoma 88 SW Oklahoma 90, Ouachita 77 Sam Houston St. 84. Nicholls St 73 St Gregory a 58, Oklahoma Baptist 42 FA WEST Boise St 59, Idaho 51 Colorado St 88, BYU 54 Montana 80. Sacramento St. 57 N. Anzona 71, Portland St. 57 Nebraska-Kearney 79, Regis 77 Stantord 69, Washington St. 52 Texas A&M Commerce 76. E. New Mexico 71 Utah St 70, New Mexico St. 66 Weber St 73, Idaho St 71 TOUtmAMCNT Fast Roena Ohio Dcmnican 76. Malone 69 Shawnee St. 90. Trffin 85 AP Women's Top 25 iUm tea UtMMh The i yeeterttey: No. 1 Connecticut (25-1) did not play. Next vs. No. 5 Notre Dame, tomorrow. No. 2 Tennessee (24-3) beat Vanderb.lt 59-67. Next va. No. tt Auburn, Sunday. No. 3 Georgia (27-2) beat Alabama 72-37. Next: vs. Vanderbilt, Sunday. No. 4 Louisiana Tech (22-2) did not play. Next at Denver, tomorrow. No. 5 Notre Dame (24-2) did not play. Next: at No. Connecticut tomorrow, No. 6 Perm State (23-3) beat Minnesota 92-43. Next at Ohio State, Sunday. No. 7 Texas Tech (22-3) did not play. Next at Oklahoma State, tomorrow. No. 8 Rutgers (18-6) did not play. Next vs. St John's, tomorrow. No. 9 Duke 23-4) beat Florida State 87-52. Next at North Carolina, Sunday. No. 10 UC Santa Barbara (23-3) did not play. Next at Cal Pory-SLO, today. No. 11 Auburn (21-5) beat Arkansas 71-58. Next at No. 2 Tennessee, Sunday. No. 12 LSij(21-5) beat Ftu..& '1-66. Next: vs. South Caroii ia, Sunday. No. 13 Iowa State (20-5) did not play. Next vs. Baylor, tomorrow. No. 14 North Carolina State (20-7) lost h Georgia Tech 69-52. Next: vs. TBO, ACC tour nament Friday, March 3. No. 15 Old Dominion (21-4) did not play Next: at James Madison, today. No. 16 Virginia (21-7) lost to Marylanc 76-71. Next: vs. Wake Forest, Sunday. No. 17 Boston College (21-7) did not play, Next: vs. West Virginia, tomorrow. No. 18 Tularw (23-3) did not play. Next ai Southern Mississippi, Sunday. No. 19 Marquette (22-4) did not play. Next at DePaul, tomorrow. No. 20 Mississippi State (19-6) did not play. Next: at Kentucky, Sunday. No. 21 Purdue (18-7) beat Michigan State 53-44. Next: vs. Iowa, Sunday. No. 22 UCLA (15-8) lost to Oregon 89-72. Next: at Oregon State, tomorrow. No. 23 Arizona (20-5) ftd art play. Next ai Arizona State, tomorrow. No. 24 Oklahoma (21-6) did not play. Next vs. No. 25 Kansas, tomorrow. No. 25 Kansas (19-7) did not play. Next at No. 24 Oklahoma, tomorrow. Yesterday's Scores CAST Allentown 59, Messiah 57 Cent Connecticut St. 71, Quinnipiac 69 Charleston, W.Va. 67, Salem-Teikyo 58 Colby-Sawyer 64, Salve Regina 61 Daemon 85, Michigan-Dearborn 55 Delaware 75, Hartlord 53 Elms 89, Becker 59 Fairteigh Dickinson 59. UMBC 54 Findlay 86, Mercyhurst 61 George Washington 86, Dayton 77 Glenville St. 72, Concord 60 Long Island U. 71, St Francis, Pa. 64 Maine 54, Boston U. 40 Massachusetts 66, Fordham 42 Mount St. Mary's, Md. 68. Monmouth, N.J. 65 Northeastern 56, New Hampshire 52 Penn St. 92, Minnesota 43 Robert Morris 73. St. Francis, NY 59 Shepherd 62, Alderson-Broaddus 53 St. Mary's, Md. 82, Marymount Va. 75, OT Tufts 69. Brandeis 65 Vermont 91, Towson 72 W. Va. Wesleyan 94, W. Virginia Tech 81 W. Virginia St. 84, Bluefield St. 51 West Liberty 73, Davis & Elkins 49 Wheeling Jesuit 77, Fairmont St 67 SOUTH Arkansas St. 76, New Orleans 68 Bridgewater, Va. 86, E. Mennonite 71 Campbellsville 79, North Greenville 52 Cent Florida 69, Troy St 60 Clemson 63, Wake Forest 59 Converse 76, Erskine 64 Delta St. 72, Christian Brothers 43 Duke 87, Florida St 52 E. Kentucky 79, E. Illinois 72 Emory & Henry 67, Randolph-Macon 43 Fayetteville St. 76, Virginia St. 67 Georgia 72, Alabama 37 Georgia Tech 69. N.C. State 52 Kentucky 59, Mississippi 57 LSU 71, Florida 66 Undsey Wilson 78, Pikevilte 56 Louisiana-Monroe 59, SE Louisiana 43 Loyola, NO 84, Mobile 70 Maryland 76, Virginia 71 Mercer 59, Florida Atlantic 56 Middle Tennessee 76, Murray St 63 Mount Olive 84, Benedict 81 N.C. Central 60, St Paul's 34 SE Missouri 62, Morehead St 76 SW Texas 63, McNeese St. 53 Samford 61, Jacksonville 53 Spring Hill 71, William Carey 54 St. Augustine's 75, Shaw 69 Stephen F.Austin 79, Northwestern St 58 Stetson 67, Jacksonville St. 40 Tenn. -Martin 66, Tennessee Tech 64 Tennessee 59, Vanderbilt 57 Trevecca Nazarene 87, Lee 56 Virginia Tech 64, La Salle 57 MIDWEST Central St, Ohio 76, Cedarville 60 Cincinnati 80. American U. 43 Cleveland St. 72, Wnght St. 64 Detroit 88, Butler 84 Evansville 93, Illinois St 54 Gannon 79, Hillsdale 46 Ill.-Chicago 54. Wis.-Green Bay 53 Illinois 87, Wisconsin 78 Indiana 65, Ohio St 58 Indianapolis 74, S. Indiana 70 Linden wood 69, Culver-Stockton 65 McKendree 70, Brescia 63 Michigan 78, Iowa 61 Missouri Valley 63, William Jewell 59 N. Michigan 67, Lake Superior St. 62 Oakland, Mich. 79, UMKC 42 Purdue 53, Michigan St 44 Quincy 67, St. Joseph's. Ind. 56 Siena Heights 87, Madonna 84 Valparaiso 60, Chicago St. 48 W. Illinois 45, S. Utah 43 Wayne, Mich. 83, Ashland 55 Wis.-Mitwaukee 75. Lovoia. III. 72 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 65. Midwestern St 61 Auburn 71. Arkansas 58 Cameron 84. Harding 78 Henderson St, 68, Ark.-Monticello 64 North Texas 67, Idaho 40 Oklahoma Baptist 67, St Gregory's 64 Rice 91, UTEP 74 SE Oklahoma 61, Cent. Oklahoma 55 SW Oklahoma 67, Ouachita 43 Sam Houston St. 82. Nicholls St. 67 W. Kentucky 90, Ark -Little Rock 63 FAR WEST Colorado St. 67. Air Force 45 Denver 85, Louisiana-Lafayette 52 E. Washington 63, CS Northridge 39 Montana 88, Sacramento St. 47 New Mexico 88, Wyoming 52 Oregon 89. UCLA 72 Oregon St, 73, Southern Cal 66 Portland St. 64, N. Anzona 55 San Francisco 61. Portland 51 Santa Clara 85. Gonzaga 71 W. Montana 84, Montana St-Northem 70 W. Washington 75, Montana St-Billings 54 Weber St 57, Idaho St. 43 TOURNAMENT 0M Dominion AtMottc Conference Ojiartetrfineta Guilford 77, Va. Wesleyan 71 COLLEGE BASEBALL Yesterday's Scores SOUTH Alabama St. 18. Tuskegee 9 Delaware 10. Furman 9 Emory 8, Piedmont 4 Essex 5. Loutsburg 1 Georgia 23. W. Carolina 3 Kennesew St. 3. Oakland 1 Lambuth 2. Ho. Baptist t Montreat 7-5, Lenoir-Ahyne 5-4 Presbyterian 6. North Georgia 5 S C -Aiken 4. Catawba 1 Union. Tenn. 6. Missouri Baptist 2 Wake Forest 30. Davidson 5 TommAiacKT VMLV Oaeart Cliuli Cal St-ftorthndge 9. Mictagan SL 6 Oregon St. 9. Nevada 5 Oregon St 9. Welt Virginia 6 UNLV 12. Santa Clara 6 TODAY'S LINES NBA line RAPTORS 4'i Twolvee HfcAT ML Cavaliera KNICK.S 3 Sunt BUCKS 2 76ert PISTONS 10 Watnort Spurt NL BULLS JAZZ 6 Meoic SONtCS 9 Hawkl UHEHS 12 Cerlict College Basketball Line IMerdof YALE 2 Columbia Pnnceton 13 HARVARD BROWN 3 Cornell Perm 14 DARTMOUTH SAN FRAN 13 Portland Pontage 7 SANTA CLARA NHL Favorite Ooalt Un6tH CAPITALS l-l'i Brumt SABRES V1 Rangert DEVILS '5-1 Maple Leaf! RE0 WINGS 2-2'7 Itlanoert BLUES NL Avalancna STARS -Vl Blackriawkt Coyotei even-' FLAMES OILERS 2-2iJ Ttiratnert Kings even- CANUCKS NeeM team In CAPS. Mteaea a) avefHaidaff Hna. NL ewotee h line. TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL ANAHEIM ANOELS - Signed OF Mike Colangelo, OF Elpidio Guzman and INF Trent Dumnqton. DETROIT natM - Agreed to taunt wrrh INF Gam Alvarez. INF Pedro Santana, INF Rob Sataer and RHP Victor Samoa on one-year contracts. OAKLAND ATHLETIC - Signed AH Howe, manager, to a one-year contract attention through the 2001 season. TAMPA 1AY DEVIL RAYS - Signed INF Carlos Baerga to a minor league contract TEXAS RANtaERS - Agreed to terms with LHP Doug Davis. LHP Juan Moreno and C Ceaar King on one-year contracte. Wettoaal leatjm CINCINNATI REDS - Agreed to terms with C Benito Santtaqo on a minor league contract IHllJTM-SUPERtoR DUKES - Sold the contract ol LHP Jason Stockstill to the Aneketat Anejela. BASKETBALL Na4oial sMeketfuM Asaeeiattoii ATLANTA HAWKS - Traded G Anthony Johnson to the Ortande Magk for a future second-round draft pick. DALLAS MAVEJttCKS - Activated G Robert Pack from the injured list Placed G Bruno Sundov on the injured list FOOTBAIX ttattottel Feotfeaal Leeg - ARIZONA CARDINALS - Signed LB Ronald McKinnon to a three-year contract CAROLINA PANTHERS - Signed CB Jimmy Hitchcock to a four-year contract Released DE Antonio Edwards. CLEVELAND DROWNS - Agreed to terms with DE Keith McKenzie and DB Raymond Jackson. DENVER MtONCOS - Re-signed P Tom Rouen. WEEN MY PACKERS - Acquired DE David Bowens from the Denver Bronco for an undisclosed draft pick. Signed DB Damian V. Johnson. MCKSONVV1C JAMJARS - Named Frank Gansz special teams coach. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS - Signed S Bracy Walker and DT Steve Martin to multiyear contracts. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS - Released RB Lamar Smith. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS - Signed OL Marcus Jenkins, P Brian Moorman and WR Reginald Swinton. HOCKEY Hriomai Hockey Leatfue CALOARY FLAMES - Recalled D Dane! Sco- vilie from Saint John of the AHL NASHVKJJE PREDATORS - Announced D Bill Houlder will exercise his contract option for the 2000-2001 season. American Hockey Leefu KENTUCKY mOROIMrlBLADES - Signed D Eric Brule. Received G John Nabokov on loan from San Joee of the NHL. Announced that G Miikka Kiprusoff has been recalled by San Jose. LOUISVILLE PANTHERS - Received LW Alex Hicks on loan from Florida of the NHL. Released LW Jason Simon. Loaned RW Paul Harvey to Port Huron of the UHL LOWELL LOCK MONSTERS - Received C Craig Charron on loan from Los Angeles of Hm NHL. Announced C Don Maclean has been recalled by Los Angeles and D Peter Hog an has been reassigned from the Canadian National Team. PHRJUKLPHIA PHANTOMS - Announced that D Andy Dei mo re and LW Todd White had been recalled by PNfaNMpMa of Ota NHL. ROCHESTER AMERICANS - Received D Dmitri Kaalirun on loan from Rwffelo of the , NHL. Released C Thomas Buckley and LW Andrew Luciuk. Loaned D Paul Traynor to Utah of the IHL NFL NFL Europe Draft NEW YORK - The two teams that picked Untver slty of Arizona players In the NFL Europe draft Frankfurt Galaxy 1, Quincy Coleman, CB. Jackson St. 2, Rob Bohlinger, T, Wyoming 3, Kevin Brooks, CB, South Carolina 4, Josh Kobdish, T, Fresno SL 5, Jayson Bray, CB, Auburn 6, Lamont Bums, G, East Carolina 7, Nate Riles, CB. Ohio Northern S, Charles Wiley, RB, Georgia Tech 9, Nate Brooks, CB. Miami 10, Ben Nichols. G. Colorado St 11, Jimmy Sprotto, LB, Arizona 12, Jay Johnson, RB, Grambling 13, Kevin Homer, LB. Chadron St 14, Antonio Fleming, G, Georgia 15, Brian Rogers, LB, Oregon St. 16, Marvin Coley, DE, North Alabama 17, Kevin McCuliar, LB, Texas Tech 18, Mike Webster, C, Kentucky 19, Philip Nash, CB, Syracuse 20, David Hoelscher, DT Eastern Kentucky 21, Eric Stokes, S, Nebraska 22, Stan Gibbs. LB, Syracuse 23, Michael Blair, RB. Ball St. Scottish Claymores 1, Chris Ward. DE, Kentucky 2, Larry Fitzpatrick, DT. Illinois St. 3, Central McClelliort, CB. Ohio St. 4, Cornell Green, T, Central Florida 5, Chris Bayne, S. Fresno St. 6, Jabbar Threats, DE, Michigan St. 7, Jason Mills, T. Tulsa 8, Greg Lomax, RB. Akron 9, Traded pick. 10, Jason Gamble, C. Clemson 11, Damon Gibson. WR, towa 12, Tremayne Allen, TE, Florida 13, Hurley Tarver, CB, C. Oklahoma St 14, T.J. Washington. G. Virginia Tech 15, Tim Beauchamp, DE. Florida 16, Nakia Jenkins, WR, Utah St 17, Kelvin Eafon, RB, Arizona 18, Dave Menard, LB, New Haven 19, Jason Poles, S, Syracuse 20, Michael Mason, DE, Kentucky 21, David Camacho, T. Oklahoma St. TENNIS AXACup LONDON - RomiHs yesterday at the ATP Tour $700,000 AXA Cup: Singles Second Round Cedric Pioline (6). France, del. Jeff Tarango, United States, 6-3. 6-4. Mariano Zabaleta. Argentina, def. Cyril Saulnier, France. 6-4, 6-1. Thomas Enqvist (4). Sweden, def. Karof Kucera, Slovakia. 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (1), Russia, def. Daniel Vacek, Czech Republic. 6-2. 7-5. Roger Federer, Switzerland, def. Goran Ivanisevic. Croatia. 7-5. 6-3. IGA Classic OKLAHOMA CITY - Result yesterday of the $180,000 IGA SuperTttrtrt Temls Classic WTA Tow tournament Singles Second Round Amanda Coetzer (3). South Africa, def. Tamanne Tanasugam, Thailand, 7-6 (2), 7-6 (4). Tatiana Panova. Russia, def. Sylvia Plischke (7). Austria. 3-6, 6-2. 6-3. BASEBALL Remaining Free Agents etewaAA n. t i , CUVUAMO . Carlos Baerga. inf. KANSAS CfTT - Chad Kreuter. c: Scott Leius. inf: Jeff Montgomery, dip; Tim Spehr c MINNESOTA - Terry Steinbach. c. OAKLAND - Mike Mactarlane. c; Tony Phillips. 2b SEATTU - Mike Blowers. 1b. TORONTO - Bin Roley. rhp MTtOfUL LSJMMJE ATLANTA - Obs Nixon, ol. CMCAOO - Jefl Blauser. ss. COLORADO - Kirt Manwanng, c; Kevin Ritt, rhp HOUSTON - Jack Howell, rt WLWAUta . Eric Plunk, mp. PnTSSUKH . Doug Strange. 3b ST. LOOTS - Wake McGee. at. Donovan Osborne, ihp. NHL iASTtRN COW IRINCI Atlantic Division W L T RT Pta fa OA New Jersey 36 IB 7 S 84 192 147 Philadelphia 32 17 11 1 78 177 139 Pittsburgh 28 29 8 6 64 184 178 N y Hangers 25 28 9 1 62 172 173 N.Y. Islanders 17 38 7 1 42 137 193 Nestkeaal Dtvtslea L I II m U Toronto 31 22 7 3 72 178 162 Ottawa 29 22 9 J 69 170 154 Buffalo 25 27 9 2 61 150 151 Montreal 25 28 7 3 60 140 140 Boston 18 28 16 4 56 153 176 Southeast Dlttelo L I 11 R) U Flonda 34 23 4 4 76 187 149 Washington 30 20 10 1 71 162 146 Carolina 25 28 9 0 59 156 171 Tampa Bay 14 38 7 6 41 153 224 Atlanta 12 41 6 4 34 128 217 WISTIRN CONFIRINCI Central Dtvtelon W L I RT Pts Of OA SI Louis 39 15 6 0 84 187 122 Detroit 36 20 6 1 79 207 165 Nashville 22 33 6 5 55 159 164 Chicago 20 33 7 2 49 172 195 Northwest Division W L T RT Pts OF OA Edmonton 23 24 15 69 173 162 Colorado 28 25 9 1 68 170 162 Calgary 25 30 6 5 81 154 167 Vancouver 20 29 11 t 57 157 177 Pacific Division W L I RT Pts Of OA Dallas 34 22 5 2 75 150 133 Phoenix 32 22 6 1 71 177 159 Loa Angeles 29 24 7 3 68 193 175 San Jose 25 30 8 7 65 170 162 Anaheim 25 27 10 1 61 167 174 Overtime losses count as a loss and a regulation tie. Vaatarday Montreal 3. New Jersey 2. OT Philadelphia 4. Pittsburgh 3, OT Florida 4. Carolina 2 Tampa Bay 5, Ottawa 4 Today N.Y. Rangers at Buffalo, 5 p.m. Boston at Washington, 5 p.m. Toronto at New Jersey, 5:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Detroit, 5:30 p.m. Colorado al St. Louis. 6 p.m. Chicago at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. Phoenix at Calgary, 7 p.m. AtlBnta at Edmonton, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Vancouver. 8 p.m. Buffalo at Toronto. 5 p.m. Washington at Montreal. 5 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa. 5 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Islanders, 5 p.m. Boston at Pittsburgh. 5:30 p.m. Carolina at Flonda. 5:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Nashville. 6 p.m. Atlanta at Calgary. 6 p.m. Los Angeles at San Jose. 6 p m. Canadiens 3, Devils 2, OT New Jersey Montreal 0 1 1 0-2 0 X X 1-i First Poriod-None. Penalties-Stevens. NJ (cross-checking), 15:38; Dykhuis, Mon (interference), 19:54. Second Period-1, New Jersey, Nemchinov 8 (Sykora). 4:29. 2, Montreal, Rucinsky 19 (Zhohok, Bouillon), 19:28 (pp). Penalties-Zubrus. Mon (ob. -hooking). 11:11; Brylin, NJ (holding). 1748. Third Perlod-3, New Jersey, Sykora 16 (Gomez, Niedermayer). 6:51 (pp). 4. Montreal, Zholtok 20 (Zubrus, Petrov). 9:22. Penart.es-Daneyko, NJ, double minor (roughing), 3:11; Linden, Mon (roughing). 3:11: Zubrus, Mon (roughing), 3:11; Briseoois, Mon (ob.-hook-ing), 5:32; McKay. NJ (high-sticking). 19:51. Overttme-5. Montreal. Brunet 9 (Koivu, Brisebois), :58 (pp). Penalties-None. Shots on goal-New Jersey 11-57-0-23. Montreal 13-11-12-3-39. Power-play Opportunities-New Jersey 1 ot 3; Montreal 1 of 3. Goalies-New Jersey. Brodeur 34-12-7 (39 shots-36 saves). Montreal, Hackett 14-17-5 (23-21). A-20.292 (21,273). Referees-Rob Mattel!, Stephen Walkom. Linesmen-Pierre Racicot, Francois Gagnon. Panthers 4, Hurricanes 2 10 9-4 10 1-2 Carolina First Period-1, Carolina. O'Neill 17 (Gelinas. Wesley), 3:53. 2. Florida, Johnson 4 (Laus, Simpson), 10:10. Penalties-O'Neill. Car (roughing). 15:57; Simpson. Fla (roughing). 15:57; Laus. Fla (interference), 19:49. Second Perlod-None. Penalties-Kozlov, Fla, double minor (high-sticking). 2:06; Batta-glia. Car (ob.-holding stick), 3:56; Kovalenko, Car (roughing), 11:43; Worrell, Fla, double minor (roughing, cross-checking), 11:43; Wesley, Car (high-sticking), 17:21; Mellanby, Fla, major (lighting), 19:50; Battaglia, Car, major (fighting), 19:50. Third Peflod-3, Florida, Laus 3 (Wilson, Johnson), 3:51. 4, Carolina, Coffey 6 (O'Neill. Halko). 7:00. 5. Florida, Whitney 23 (Parnsh. Niedermayer), 10:19. 6, Florida, Nediermayer 9, 19:51 (en). Penalties-Karpa, Car (roughing), 6:22: Parnsh, Fla (roughing). 6:22. Shots on goal-Florida 7-8-12-27. Carolina 9-9-11-29. Power-play Opportunities-Florida 0 of 1; Carolina 0 ot 4. Goalies-Flonda, Vernon 16-14-1 (29 shots-27 saves). Carolina, Irbe 22-22-8 (26-23). A-10.494 (18.730). Referees-Conrad Hache, Dan Marouetli. Linesmen-Pal Dapuzzo. Tim Nowak. Flyers 4, Penguins 3, OT Pittsburgh Philadelphia 0 1 2 0-3 0 2 11-4 First Perlod-None. Penalties-Slegr, Pit (interference), 7:52. Second Period-1, Philadelphia. Delmore 1 (LeClair), 12:08. 2, Pittsburgh, Hrdina 13 (Slegr, Straka). 18:08. 3, Philadelphia, Recchi 24 (Gagne). 18:51. Penalties-Falloon, Pit (ob.-tripping), 1:45; Burt, Phi (hooking), 4:58; Slegr, Pit (tripping). 5:14; Langkow, Phi (roughing). 8:46: Wright. Pit (roughing), 8:46; Barnaby, Pit (unsportsmanlike conduct). 8:46; Berube. Phi (unsportsmanlike conduct), 8:46; Therien. Phi (tripping). 9:06; Burt. Phi (holding stick). 16:03. Third Period-4, Pittsburgh, Kovalev 18. 10:02 (sh). 5, Philadelphia. White 1 (LeClair, Jones), 13:11. 6, Pittsburgh, Barnaby 7 (Kasparaitis, Morozov), 13:42. Penalties-Langkow, Phi (high-sticking). 8:03; Werenka, Pit (roughing), 8:03; Leach, Pit (high-sticking). 8:03; Renberg, Phi (roughing), 8:03; Bonvie. Pit (roughing), 8:03; Kasparaitis, Pit (slashing), 16:45. Overtlffls-7, Philadelphia, Richardson 2 (Recchi, LeClair), 4:51. Penalties-None. Shots on goal-Pittsburgh 10-9-8-3-30. Philadelphia 9-9-9-2-29. Power-play Opportunities-Pittsburgh 0 of 4; Philadelphia 0 of 4. Goalies-Pittsburgh, Aubin 16-16-1 (29 shots-25 saves). Philadelphia, Boucher 12-5-3 (30-27). A-19,756 (19.519). Referees-Mark Faucette, Mike Leggo. Linesmen-Derek Amell. Gerard Gauthier. Lightning 5, Senators 4 Ottawa Tampa Bay 2 11-4 12 2-8 First Period-1. Tampa Bay, Johnson 12 (Warnner, Lecavalier), :33. 2. Ottawa. Redden 9 (York), 9:34. 3, Ottawa. Prospal 18 (Laukkanen). 11:44. Penalty-Svoboda, TB (high-sticking), 17:00 Second Perlod-4, Tampa Bay, Sillinger 17 (Posmyk), :55. 5, Tampa Bay, Johnson 13 (Ekman, Mara), 9:31 (pp). 6, Ottawa, Zamuner 6 (York, Dineen), 9:50. Penalties-Posmyk, TB (high-sticking), 6:24; Posmyk. TB (elbowing), 10:42; Forbes. Ott. double minor (holding, slashing), 16:14. Third Perled-7, Tampa Bay, Ekman 2 (Sillinger. Johnson), 7:56. 8, Tampa Bay, Martins 5 (Gardiner, Drulia), 10:18. 9, Ottawa, Prospal 19 (Alfredsson, Zamuner), 14:06. Penalties-None. Shots on goal-Ottawa 18-6-13-37. Tampa Bay 7-7-6-20. Power-play Opportunities-Ottawa 0 of 3; Tampa Bay 1 of 3. Goalies-Ottawa. Tugnutt 16-11-7 (20 shots-15 saves). Tampa Bay. Bierk 2-0-0 (37-33). A-13,343 (19.758). Referee-Blame Angus. Linesmen-Stephane Provost. Lyle Seitz. Scoring Leaders Through Wednesday OP Q A PTS Jagr. Pit 54 37 48 85 Nolan. SJ 63 36 34 70 Kariya, Ana 59 35 34 69 Recchi. Phi 59 23 46 69 Bure. Fla ., '. 52 42 25 67 Roenick, Pho . Amonte. Chi ... Paltry, LA Selanne. Ana .. Demrtra, StL ... Bure. Cal 55 28 38 60 30 32 62 55 24 38 62 59 25 36 61 57 25 35 60 61 28 31 59 500-Goal Scorers Through Wednesday 1. Wayne Gretzky. Edm-U-Stt-NYR 894 ? Gordie Howe. Det-Har 801 3. Marcel Dionne. Det-LA-NYR 731 4. Phil Esposrto. Chi-Bos-NYR 717 5. Mike Gartner. Was-Min-NYR-Tor-Pho ..708 6. x-Mark Messier. Edm-NYR-Van 622 7. x-Steve Yzerman. Det 618 8 Mario Lemieux, Pit 613 9. Bobby Hull. Chi-Win-Har 610 10. Dino Ciccarelh. Min-Was-Oet-TB-FIa ....608 11. --Brett Hull. Cal-StL-Oal 604 12. Jar. Kurri. Edm-LA-NYR-Ana-Col 601 13. Mike Bossy. NYI 573 14. Guy Lafleur, Mon-NYR-Que 560 15. John Bucyk. Del-Bos 556 16. x-Oave Andreychuk. Buf-Tor-NJ-Bos ...551 17. x-Luc Robitaille. LA-Pit-NYR-LA 549 18 Michel Gou-et. Que-Chi 548 19. Maunce Richard. Mon ,. 544 20. Stan Mikrta. Chi 541 21. Frank Manovhch. Det-Tw-Mon .. .'.'.'...533 22. Bnan Trottier. NYJ-Prt 524 23. Dale Hawerchuk. Win-Buf-StL-Phi 5-8 24. Gl Perreautt, But 512 25. Jean Beliveau. Mon 507 26. Joe Mullen. Stt-CaJ-Ptt-Bos-Pit 502 27. Lanny McDonald. Tor-Cot-Ci 500 x-actrve GOLF Tucson Open TUCSON - Scores yesterday alter the Ural round of the 13 million Touchstone Energy Tucson Open, played on the 7,t00-yaid, par 346-72 Tucson National QoH Course: Stave Lowery Oavid Sutherland ... Tom Scherrer Kevin Wentworth ... Jen Carter Steve f leach Blaine McCaUietef . Steve Jonea ..33-31-4 33 3I-D4 J3-1M5 ...32-33-5 .. 32 34-H6 ...32-34-M 33-3J-M 33-33-M H-a- . .32-35-117 U-M-7 Jaaon Caron . ...36-3 1-7 33-34-7 33-35-M 36-33-68 32- 36-B8 33- 36-68 35-33-68 34- 34-68 33-36-68 33-35-68 32-36-68 Caaey Martin Stephen Amoa Jean Van Oe VtUda .. Chria DiMarco Tom Purtzer Jerry Smith Jonathan Kaye Tom Syrum Len Mattiace Bobby Cochran Teat party . .M-U-l fiery laaaatW . ss-M-et Kenny Perry . ...35-34-69 ..ls-M-at I aaa John Cook Rick Fehr Shaun Michael . Frank Mobllo Kevin Sutherland Craig stadter Trevor Dodos Scott Verplank Heejiee aica MarkWiebe Dave Stockton Jr Greg Kraft Brad Eldei Chris Tidland Carl Paulson Brandel Chamblee .. Sean Murphy Woody Austin Edward Pryatt Robert Allenby Kelly Gibson Chris Riley Scott McCarron Pete Jordan Dicky Pride Franklin Langham ... Dan Forsman Jason Buha Mike Sposa Michael Bradley .. Brad Faxon ... Grant Wane Robin Freeman Scott Gump Robert Fnend Keith Nolan Jay Williamson Jeff Goya Brian Gay Den Poesey S:oU Dunlap Gabriel Hfsrtstedt .... Charles Raulerson ... Emlyn Aubrey Marco Dawson Bart Bryant Brent Schwarrock .... David Moriand IV David Peoples Paul Stankowski ...... Skip Kendall Russ Cochran Jim Gallagher Jr Joel Edwards Joe Oglivie Craig Bowdan . Steve Gotsche Paul Curry Craig Spence Nolan Henke Ed Fiori .. Barry Chessman Jerry Kelly Craig Parks Gary Nicklaus Jefl Williams Brett Upper Bob May. Mike Reid Tommy Armour III ... P H. Morgan III Mark Brooks . Perry Moss Corey Pavin Greg Chalmers Bruce Lietzke Larry Mize Bob Heintz Aaron Bengoechea .. Brian Hull Bob Burnt David Edwards Doug Dunakey .. K.J. Choi Glen Hnarjuk Brett Wetterich Michael Clark Mathew Coggin ....... Paul Goyoos Fulton Allem Joe Durant Phil Blackmar Esteban Toledo John Restino Greg Avant Doug Barron Tommy Tblles Omar Uresti Mike Bnsky Ryan Howtson JkniTiy Green Jeff Freeman Jay Delsing Rich Beem Jay Don Blake Steve Harl Robert Kartsson Ben Bates Bill Glasson a-Jaco Rogers waH Mike Hulbert Cbo-Chuan Los Jon Chaffee John Rollins Chip Beck Robert Damron Eric Ruatand Phil Tatayrangi a-amateur ...37-32-69 .34-35-69 .31-36-69 ...36-33-69 ...35-34-69 37 32-69 ...34-35-69 .34-35-69 ..JS-J4- ...36-33-69 ...33-36-69 ...31-38-69 ...34-35-69 ...33-36-69 37 35-70 ...34-36-70 ...35-35-70 33 37-70 35 35-70 36 34-70 ...36-34-70 ....34-36-70 ....36-34-70 ...32-38-70 36-34-70 34 36-70 ...34-36-70 ....36-34-70 ...33-37-70 ...34-37-71 36 33-71 35- 36-71 ....35-36-71 37 34-71 33-36-71 36- 35-71 ....34-37-71 35- 16-71 ....37-34-71 ,..34-17-71 ....37-34-71 37 34-71 36- 35-71 ....35-36-71 34 37-71 ...33-38-71 37 34-71 37 34-71 ...35-37-72 ...34-38-72 ...36-36-72 ...36-36-72 ...34-38-72 ...36-36-72 ....36-36-72 ...35-37-72 37 35-72 ...36-36-72 ...32-40-72 ....36-36-72 ....36-36-72 ...37-35-72 ...37-35-72 37 35-72 34 38-72 ..33-39-72 ...36-34-72 ...36-36-72 ...36-37-73 ...37-36-73 ...36-37-73 ...36-37-73 ...37-36-73 ...36-37-73 ...35-38-73 ...36-37-73 ...36-37-73 .35-38-73 ...36-37-73 ...34-39-73 35-38-73 37 36-73 ...35-38-73 ...38-35-73 39-34-73 ...38-34-73 ...36-37-73 ...38-35-73 ...38-36-74 ...37.37-74 ...36-38-74 ...37-37-74 ...38-36-74 ...36-36-74 ...36-36-74 ....35-39-74 38 36-74 ...36-38-74 -35-39-74 ...37-37-74 ...34-40-74 38 36-74 -.38-37-75 ...37-38-75 ...38-37-75 ...36-39-75 ...38-37-75 ...36-40-76 ...3676 ..M-3S-77 ...40-37-77 ...38-39-77 ...39-39-78 ...39-39-78 ...40-38-78 ...37-42-79 ..38-41-79 WD Match Play CARLSBAD, CaW. - Restarts yesterday roes the eecoaal round of the Mate flay Oasmluneliea, a M asMtal World OoH Chasssiliiinhej event slaved al U Ceeta t (seeds as pateuUieses); Mark Catvavecchia (57) del. Jose Maria Olazabal (25), 4 and 3. Paul Lawrie (41) def. Billy Mayfair (56), 3 and 2. Scott Hoch (39) def. Lee Westwood (7), 1-up. Jespar Parnevik (10) def. Joe Ozaki (42), 19 holes. Bob Estes (28) del. Ernie Els (5), 1-up. Miguel Angel Jimenez (21) del. Tom Lehman (12), 4 and 3. Dutly Waldorf (59) def. Steve Strieker, 2 and 1. Hal Sutton (11) def. David Toms (22), 1-up. Tiger Woods (1) del. Relief Goosen (32), 1-up. Shigeki Maruyama (48) del. Justin Leonard (16). 1-up. David Duval (2) def. Tim Herron (31), 2 and Sergio Garcia (15) del. Mike Weir (47), 7 and 6. Davis Love III (4) det. Jefl Sluman (36), 3 and 2. L"- FTk (1J) rf. tot Tway (4S), 2 and Thomas Bjom (35) del. Colin Montgomerte (3). 23 holes. Darren Clarke (19) def. Mark O'Meara (14), 5 and 4. Today's Match Play saMnfs 11:42 a.m. - Tiger Woods (1) vs. Shigeki Maruyama (48). 11:51 a.m. - Mark Calcavecchia (571 vs. Paul Lawrie (41). Noon. - David Duval (2) vs. Sergio Garcia 12:09 p.m. - Scott Hoch (39) vs. Jasper Parnevik (10). 12:18 p.m. - Davis Love III (4) vs. Jim Furyk (13). 12:27 p.m. - Bob Estes (28) vs. Miguel Angel Jimenez (21). 12:36 p.m. - Thomas Bkim (35) vs. Darren Clarke (19). 12:45 p m. - Duffy Waldorf (59) vs. Hal Sutton (11). CYCLING Tour of Valencia JATIVA, Spain - Remit yesterday from the third stage of the Tour of Valencia, a lift-mile leg from Calpe to Jatlva, with rider, country, team and time: 1. Oscar Freire, Spain, Mapei, 4 hours, 34 minutes. 30 seconds. 2. Erik Dekker, Netherlands, Rabobank, same time. 3. George Hincapie, United States, U S Postal, same time. 4. Roberto Petito. Italy, Fassa, same time. 5. Laurent Jalabert, France. ONCE, same time. 6. Ruben Galvan. Spain. Kefme, same time. 7. Gorka Gernkagoitta, Spain, Euskaltel, same time. 8 Oscar Camenzind, Switzedand, Lampre, same time. 9. Francisco Mancebo, Spain, Banesto, seme time. 10. Marco Velo, Italy. Mercatone, same time. Overall etandmge (After three stages) t. Giuseppe Di Grande, Italy, Fesbna, 13 hours, 35 minutes, 38 seconds. 2. Laurent Jalabert, France, ONCE. 2 seconds behind. 3. Javier Pascual. Spain, Kelme. same time. 4. Jose Martinez, Spain, Euskaltel, same time. 5 Abraham Otano, Spain, ONCE, same time. 6. Juan Doming uez. Spain, VrtaJicio. same time. 7. Andrei Kivv. Kazaastan, AG2R. same time. 8 Antonio Tauter. Spain. Kelme. same time. 9. Wtadrnw Beth. Italy. Fassa. same time. 10. Ruben Garvan, Spam, Kelme. 27 seconds oehmd. TUCSON RODEO Yesterday Bareback RkNrtg Top Xt After lacond PwtomanM Mark Garrett, Nisiand, SO., 82; Ctmt Corey, Powell Butte. Or., 82; Marty Buckingham. Miles City, Mont., 81; Darren Clarke. Weather-ford, Texas, 80; Chris Timberman, Casper, Wyo. 79: Marvin Garrett, Bella Fourcha, SO, 78; Oavey Shields Jr., Hanna, Alberta, 78; Pete Hawkins. Weather ford, Texas. 78; Jon Brockway. Mansfield. Texas, 76; Todd Pierce . Shelley, Idaho, 77; John Stewart. Mnfta, Mont., 75; Kelly Warded. Beiievue. Idaho, 75; Bobby Mote, Redmond. Ore., 75. Stew Wrestling Top 12 After Second Performance Byron Walker, Ennls, Texas, 14.4; Cash Myers, Athena, Texas, 14.5; Keith Ball, Bruner, Mo., 14.8; Dan Enckson, La Junita. Colo.. 17.1; Robbin Peterson, Bakersfleld, Calif., 17.8; Bill Pace. Stephenvllte, Texas, 17.9; Tommy Cook, Herber. Utah, 18.0; Bubba Paschal, La Porte, Texas. 18.0; Brad Goodrich. Hermiston, Ore., 18.8; Bryan Fields. Conroe. Texas, 18.9: Tyler Haugen, Isbel, S.D., 19.3; Mike Bush, Stetgler, Okia., 21.7. Steer Wrestling 2nd Qc-flound Loader After Second Porionwtc J R. Cromer. Neola, Utah. 4.9; Mark Roy. Date me ad. Alberta, 5.0; Frank Thompson, Cheyenne, Wyo., 5.0; Sean Mulligan, Laramie, Wyo.. 5.1; Ote Berry, Checotak, Okia., 6.1; Tommy Cook, Heber, Utah, 6.1: Ricky Huddieston, McAlister, Okia.. 6.6; Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, Calif., 7.0. Saddle Br one Wresting Top 12 ( After Second Performance Rod Hay, Wildwood. Alberta. 80; Red Lemmel, Mud Butte, S.D., 78; Jeff Shearer, Marysville, Calif., 76, Josh Reynolds, Corvallis, Mont., 74; Guy Shapka, Alix, Alberta, 72; Dean Schlattmann, Besln, Wyo., 72; Ross Kreutzer, Maple Creek, .K., 68: J.J. Jenkins. Chino valley, 67; Jay Louis. Casa Grande. 67; Mito OeWitt. Prescott,. 67; Ryan Eishere, New Underwood, S O., 67; J.J. Eishere. Black Forest, Colo., 58. Caff Roping Top 12 After Second Performance Bruce Robinson, Ahx, Alberta, 18.6; Jason Evans. Huntsviile. Texas, 18.9: Joe Beaver. Huntsviile, Texas. 18.9: Jim Locke. Miami, Texas, 19.0, Johnny Emmons, Grandview, Texas, 20.0; Tony Reina, Brazoria, Texas, 20.1; Cody Ohl, Orchard, Texas, 22.0; Wayne Warkentin, Virden. Manitoba, 22.8; Shawn Franklin, Wetumka, Okia., 23.1; Roy Alexander, Marana, 23.4; Joe Lucas, Carstairs, Alberta, 23.7, Charley Russell, Shamrock, Texas, 23.8. Caff Roping 2nd Oo-Round Leaders After Second Performance Tony Reina, Drazoria, Texas, 8.7; Jason Evans, Huntsviile, Texas, 9.1; Ricky Canton, Cleveland, Texas. 9.3: Johnny Emmons, Grandview, Texas, 9.3; Joe Beaver, Huntsviile, Texas, 9.3; Justin Nulisch, Huntsviile, Texas. 9.5, Bruce Robinson, Aiix, Alberta. 9.7; Bubba Paschal, La Porte, Texas 10.0. Team Roping Top 12 After Second Performance Speed Williams, Jacksonville. Fla. Rich Skerton. Llano. Texas. 13.2; Matt Tyler. We at her ford, TexasClay O'Brien Cooper, Glen Rose, Texas, 13.2; Kevin Stewart. Glen Rose, TexasMartin Lucero, Stephenville, Texas, 13,5; Billy Stephens, Channing, TexasJhett Johnson, Casper, Wyo.. 13 8; J.D. Yates, Pueblo, Colo.Trevor Brazile, Childress, Texas, 14.2: Johnnie PhilippWashington, Texas Nick Rowland. Lubbock, Texas, 14.8; Mark Simon, San Antone, N.M. Wayne Folmer, Lubbock, Texas, 14.8; Wade Wheatley, Hughson. Calif.Kyle Lockett. Ivanhoe, Calif., 15.0; Wade Kruetzer, La Veta, Colo, Greg Martinez. Albuqueque, 15.4; Adam Worthen, Black Forest. Colo.Steve Ross. San Angelo, Texas, 161; Jay Ellerman, Ft. Lupton, Cofo.Jay Wadhams, Pueblo, Colo.. 17.9; Christopher Roseberry. Ramona, Calif. Wes Goodrich, Madera, Calif.. 17j9 Team Roping . 2nd Oo-Round Leaders After Second Performance Speed Williams. Jacksonville. Fla.Rtch Skelton. Llano. Texas, 58; Joe Bearer, Huntsviile. TexasBret Gould. Poilok, Texas. 5.9; Kyle Polich. Cortez, Colo. Joe Roderick Loma, Coto., 6.2; Russ Sullivan, Las Cruces, N.M. Tad Sproul, Chandler, 6.3; Scott Snedecor, Needville, TexasChad Johnson, Cutbank, Mont., 6.3; Kevin Stewart, Glen Rose, TexasMartin Lucero, Stephenville, Texas. 6.6; Chip Hamilton, Vlan, Okla.Jory Levy, Twin Oak, Okia.. $.6; Silly Stephens, Channing, TexasJett Johnson, Casper, Wyo., 6.6; Matt Tyler, Weatherford, TexasClay O'Bnen Cooper, Glen Rose. Texas. 6.6. Women's Barrel Racing Top 12 After Second Perfonnanc Oarlene Kasper, Von Orrty. Texas, 34.49; Deb Meredith, Casa Grande, 34.85; Jamie Standifer, Snyder. Texas. 35.06; Ruth Raislip, Acampo, Calif., 35;07; Amy Dale. Graham, Wash., 35.22; Staria Fitzgerald, Odessa, Texas, 35.30; Rachael Myllymaki, Arlee. Mont.. 35.36; Courtney Connell. Killeen, Texas. 35.37; Angie Meedors, Wetumka. Okia., 35.39; Renee Keyes. Chase, B.C., 35.39, Danyeiie Campbell, Washington, Utah, 35.48; Lana Givens, Stephenville. Texas, 35.53. Women's Barrel Racing 2nd Go-Round Leaders After Second Performance Darlene Kasper. Von Orny, Texas. 17.11; Deb Meredith, Casa Grande, 17.36; Jamie Standifer, Snyder, Texas, 17.44; Racnael Myllymaki, Arlee, Mont., 17.50; Danyeiie Campbell. Washington, Utah, 17.53; Ruth Haislip, Acampo. Calif., 17.55; Stephanie Dial, Albuquerque, 17,58; Staria Ruger-eid. Odessa. Texas, 17.62; Rayna Prewitt, Sidney, Mont., 17.67; Renee Keyes, Chase, B.C., 17.68. Bull RMIng Danell Tipton, Spencer, Okia., 87; Caaey Baize, San Angelo, Texas, 84; Beau Lindiey. Gilbert, 83; Austin Beasley, Duchess, Alberta, 82; Everett Enckson, Hornitas, Calif., 81: Dan Wolfe, Bend. Ore.. 81; Mike Moore. Wellington, Colo., 80; Tyler Fowler. Theodore, Ala.. 79; Cory Check, Eastman, Wis., 78; Jason McClain. Kiowa, Colo.?2; Fred Boettcher, Rice Lake, Wis.. 70; Kevin St. Clair. Conchise, 67. SOFTBAL Coaches Poll The national Fastaltca Coaches Assocta boa Toe 25 I voted aa ay 27 Division I stss reereieeUm aH areas of Ike USA. First -otece votes are la parentheses. Record ara threne team of Fek. 20. School Recerd Ptaw V Washington (16) 13-1 657 2. UCLA (10) 14-3 644 J. Artzena (1) -l tlT 4. LSU 9-1 554 5. Fresno St. 8-2 548 6. Arizona SL 12-1 526 7. Oklahoma 7-0 492 8. California 13-0 475 9. Michigan 3-2 459 10 Southern Miss. 10-6 399 11. Stantord 11-1 379 12. Oregon St. 5-1-1 331 13. Louisiana-Lafayette 1-1 320 14. Iowa 5-0 265 15. DePaul 0-0 224 16. Cal Si Fullerton 11-1 213 17. Hawaii 4-2 200 18. Iliinois-ChicaQO 12-6 191 19. Long Beach St 7-5 179 20. Alabama 12-1 165 21. Nebraska 4-7 130 22. South Carolina 3-4 122 23. Massachusetts 0-4 107 24. Michigan St 2-3 91 25. (tie) Oklahoma St 10-2 82 25. (be) Oregon 7-3 82 2 T 9 a 12 & 2? l s NR 20 22 15 NR 13 What's J happening Today C0UE0E ' aeef.aH: Tulane vs. UA, 3 p.m, Sancet Field. Wen's Tennis: Pima CC vs. San Diegtr Mesa. 2 p.m.. at San Diego. Men'sWomen's Track: Pima CC vs Glendale, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. 3 p m.. at Glendale. oftaall: UA vs. DePaul. noon., UA vs. Drake. 6 p.m., at Tuscaloosa, Ala. HIOH SCHOOLS aaa (an (am at 4 pm, antes, acted) : Nogales at Santa Rita. Mc-Clintock Tournament. Tempe. Desert Vista Tournament. Phoenix: Salpoinw Catholic vs. Glendale Iromvood. 12:39 p.m. leys laeketfcall : Class 2A State Tournament, semifinals at Amenca West Arena: Desert Christian vs. Thatcher 1:30 p.m. '-- rla Baeketttalt : Class 2A State Tournament, semifinals at America West Arena: Duncan vs. Phoenix Country Day i 8:15 a.m.; Thatcher vs. Chandler Vallev Christian. 11:45 a.m. cftsa" (a (areas al 4 p.m., antcae acted! : Nogales at Santa Rita; Pima at. San Carlos. 3:30 p m , MISCOXANEOUt Doe; racing: Live racing at Tucson' Greyhound Park. 755 p m. tm mm ash: TGP 884-7576 UA ticket olfice 621-CATS; Pima 206-6005. TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE f-l - ---1i a.1". J.'-'-'-" ajjlfl - -i - Bas!faVtV4Va I aat as sal a m t .al as) m 4

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