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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 14, 1988 Page? Sports Sports Sports Scoreboard College Basketball Sunday's College Basketball Scores TOURNAMENTS Atlantic COM! Conference Championship Duke 65, North Carolina 61 Big East Conference Championship Syracuse 85, Villanova 68 Big Eight Conference Championship Oklahoma 88, Kansas St. 83 Metro Athletic Conference Championship Louisville 81, Memphis St. 73 Paclllc-10 Conference Championship Arizona 93, Oregon St. 67 Southeastern Conference Championship Kentucky 62, Georgia 57 Southwest Conference Championship Southern Meth. 75, Baylor 64 National Invitation Tournament FIRST ROUND Wednesday. March 16 Old Dominion, 18-11, at Ohio State, 16-12,7:30p.m. Thursday, March 17 Georgia Southern, 24-6, at Georgia, 19-15,7:30 p.m. Connecticut, 15-14, at West Virginia, 16-13,7:30 p.m. UUh, 19-10, at Evansville, 20-7, 7:35 p.m. Louisiana Tech, 21-8, at Arkansas- Little Rock, 24-6,8p.m. Siena, 23-5, at Boston College, 15-13,8p.m. Fordham, 18-14, a! Houston, 17-12, 8:30 p.m. Pepperdine, 17-12, at New Mexico, 20-13,10:30 p.m. Santa Clara, 20-10, al Oregon, 15-13, midnight Friday, March 18 Illinois State, 18-12, at Cleveland State, 21-7,7:30 p.m. Tennessee, 16-12, at Middle Tennessee State, 21-10,7:30 p.m. Long Beach Slate, 17-11, at Stanford, 20-11,7:30 p.m. Virginia Commonwealth, 21-11, at Marshall, 24-7,7:35 p.m. Northeast Louisiana, 21-8, at Arkansas State, 19-13,8 p.m. Clemson, 14-14, at Southern Mississippi, 18-10,8p.m. New Orleans, 20-10, at Colorado State, 18-12,9:30 p.m. SECOND ROUND Monday, March 21, Tuesday, March 22 At Campus Sites Pairings, Sites and Times TBA QUARTERFINALS Friday, March 25, Saturday, March 26 Pairings, Sites and Times TBA SEMIFINALS Tuesday, March 28 At New York Semifinals, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. THIRD PLACE Wednesday, March 30 At New York Semifinal losers, 7 p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP At New York Semifinal winners, 9 p.m. BIG TEN STANDINGS Conference All Games Associated Press college basketball poll, wi!h first-place votes in parentheses, total points based on 20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12 -11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, records through March 13 and last week's ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1.Temple (51) 29-1 1187 1 2.Arizona(8) 31-2 1123 3 3.Purdu»(1) 27-3 10S8 2 4.0klahoma 30-3 1053 4 S.Duke 25-6 919 8 6.Kentucky 25-5 915 6 7.North Carol na... 24-6 734 9 S.Pittsburgh 23-6 721 5 9.Syracuse 25-8 686 13 lO.Michigan 24-7 605 10 H.Bradley 26-4 H9 12 12.Nev.-LasVegas..27- 5 533 7 13.Wyoming 26- 5 446 14 14.N.Carolina State. 24- 7 418 11 15.Loyola, Calif 27-3 335 16 16.lllinois 22-9 302 19 17.IOW8 22-9 198 15 18.Xavier, Ohio 26-3 166 20 19.BrighamYoung..25-5 142 17 20.KansasState...22-8 122 Others receiving votes: Indiana M, Southern Methodist 60; DePaul 44; Louisville 36; Georgia Tech 35; Texas-El Paso 31; Missouri 25; Villanova 24; Seton Hall 21; Baylor 8; Georgetown 8; Rhode Island 7; Kansas 6; Arkansas 4; Utah Stale 3; Boise State 2; Florida 2; La Salle 1; New Mexico 1; North Carolina A8J 1; Southwest Missouri State 1; Van- derblltl. NBA All Times EST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Pet. G8 .698 .433 t6VS .426 17 .426 17 W L 44 19 26 34 26 35 26 35 16 45 Boston Washington. New York ... Philadelphia. New Jersey. Central Division Detroit Atlanta Chicago Milwaukee.. Indiana 30 31 Cleveland 30 32 .262 27 41 20 37 23 35 26 34 26 .672 .617 .574 .567 .482 6 6V4 11 .464 11% WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L GB W L Pet W ..16 2 .888 27 .13 5 .722 24 i .667 22 5 .667 22 7 .611 19 9 .500 16 12 .6 12 .333 12 16 ,5 13 .278 10 18 .4 14 .222 10 18 .2 16 .111 7 21 .12 .12 .11 .,9 x-Purdue.. Michigan.. Iowa Illinois Indiana.... OhioSt Wisconsin... Mich SI Minnesota.... N'western.... x-clinchedtitle Saturday'sResults Indiana 116, Iowa 89 Michigan 95, Ohio State 76 Illinois 79, Northwestern 74 Purdue 93, Minnesota 66 Wisconsin 71, Michigan State 69 End regular season College Poll The Top Twenty teams in the final Pel. .683 .607 .600 .541 .373 18% .295 23'/2 4'/z 5 V/2 ,803 .650 9'A .532 16V4 .279 32 .267 32Vi .203 36 x-Dallas 41 19 Denver 37 24 Houslon 36 24 Utah '.33 28 San Antonio 22 37 Sacramento 18 43 Pacific Division x-L.A. Lakers 49 12 Portland 39 21 Seattle 33 29 Phoenix 17 44 Golden State... ,16 44 L.A.Clippers... .12 47 x-clinched playoff berth Saturday's Games Chicago 112, San Antonio 92 Detroit 104, Cleveland 100 New York 108, Utah 105 Dallas 110, Los Angeles Lakers 101 Sunday's Games Denver 106, Indiana 100 Boston 117, Atlanta 100 Philadelphia 104, Washington 96 Milwaukee 117, Phoenix 107 Houslon 125, Golden State 112 Portland 121, Los Angeles Clippers 100 Seattle 115, New Jersey 102 Monday's Games Cleveland at New York, 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Washington, 7:30 p.m. Sacramento at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Golden State at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Utah at Denver, 9:30 p.m. New Jersey at Los Angeles Lakers 10:30p.m. Tuesday's Games Boston at Indiana, 7:30p.m. Cleveland al Chicago, 8 p.m. Philadelphia at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Sacramento al Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Los Angeles Clippers at Houston, 8:30p.m. Seattle al Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. Los Angeles Lakers al Portland, 10:30 p.m. Sunday's NBA Boxes At Boaton ATLANTA (100) Wilkins 9-21 M 26, Willis 8-16 4-6 20, Rollins 1-3 M 2, Wittman 4-12 M 8, Rivers 5-10 6-718, Carr 1-3 fr8 8, Webb 4-101-1 9, Levingston 2-6 0-2 4, Wood 2-4 2-2 7, Hastings 0-3 0-0 0, Washburn 0-2 M 0. Totals 36-90 25-32100. BOSTON (117) McHale 10-13 4-S 24, Bird 13-211-2 28, Parish 4-8 2-2 10, Johnson 2-5 0-0 4, Ainge 6-12 M 20, Acres 1-3 3-4 5, Paxson 3-7 0-0 6, Mlnnielield 2-3 0-0 4, Roberts 3-6 2-2 8, Gilmore 0-00-00, Lohaus 4-80-08, Lewis 0-4 0-0 O.Totals 48-9018-24117. Atlanta 23232430-100 Boston 37322424-117 3-point goals-Wilkins 2, Ainge 2, Wood, Bird. Fouled out—None. Rebounds-Atlanta 49 (Willis, Rollins 7), Boston 60 (Acres 11). Assists— Atlanta 13 (Webb 5), Boston 26 (Johnson 9). Total fouls-Atlanta 22, Boston 24. A-14,890. Allndlanapolli DENVER (108) English 14-25 M 36, Schayes 4-5 2-3 10, Rasmussen 7-100-014, Adams 5-15 2-213, Lever 9-19 3-S 21, Hanzlik 0-0 0-0 0, Vincent 5-13 4-4 14, Dunn 0-00-00, Totals 44-8719-23108. INDIANA (100) Person 6-14 2-215, Tisdale 10-20 9-10 29, Stipanovich 6-9 7-819, Fleming 1-7 0-0 2, Long 5-13 2-212, Williams 0-3 4-4 4, Anderson 0-2 0-0 0, Miller 4-7 0-0 9, Skiles 4-7 2-210. Totals 3M2 26-28100. Denver 2828 2823-106 Indiana 27 » 19 28-100 3-Point goals—Adams, Person, Miller. Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Denver 40 (English, Schayes 7), Indiana 55 (Person, Tisdale, Stipanovich 12). Assists— Denver 27 (English, Adams, Lever 7), Indiana 26 {Person, Fleming 6). Total fouls—Denver 23, Indiana 20. A-11,250, •oron1o....a> 41 10 Minnesota. 18 42 9 Smyth* Division y-Calgary.,41 21 8 ^-Edmonton 38 23 4 30 10 40 6 44 8 (-Winnipeg 31 30 10 72 270 270 LA 26 40 6 58 274 321 Vancouver.21 44 8 50 247 299 y-cllnched playoff berth Saturday's Games Toronto 6, Chicago 4 New Jersey 6, Philadelphia 5 Minnesota 6, PlttsburghS Detroit 4, New York Islanders 3 New York Rangers 4, Washington 2 Boston 4, Quebec 3 Montreal 5, Hartford 0 Calgary 10, Buffalo 4 Edmontons, Vancouver3, He Sunday's Games Pittsburgh 5, Winnipeg 4 Washington 3, Boston 0 Quebec 4, Hartford 1 Detroit 5, New York Islanders 1 Chicago 5, Philadelphia 4, OT Buffalo?, Vancouver 5 Los Angeles 7, St. Louis 6 Monday's Game Montreal at Minnesota, 8:35 p.m. Tuesday's Garnet Chicago it St. Louis, 1:35 p.m. Calgary at Hartford, 7:35 p.m. Toronto at Quebec, 7:35 p.m. Buffalo at Edmonton, 9:35 p.m. Philadelphia at New York Rangers, ':35p.m. Wednesday's Garnet Washington at New York Rangers, 7:35 p.m. . Toronto al Pittsburgh, 7:35 p.m. Montreal at Winnipeg, 8:35pm Detroit at Minnesota, 8:35 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. High School Basketball INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - First-round semistate pairings Saturday, March 19, in the 78th Indiana High School Athletic Association boys' basketball tournament (Games at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., local time, with winners playing 8:15 p.m. lor semistate championships): Fort Wayne Portage (20-5) vs Norwell (23-3) Ft.Wayne Dwenger (19-6) vs. Concord (25-0) Indianapolis Richmond (25-2) vs Indpls Ben Davis (18-9) Muncie Central (24-1) vs Bloomington South (1W) Lafayette Brownsburg (19-7) vs Hammond Noll (19-5) Kokomo (23-2) vs Lafayette Jell (13-11) Terre Haute Bedford-N.Lawrence (24-1) vs Loogoolee (19-5) Evansville Central (15-10) vs Greencastle (16-8) IMFL All Times EST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Wshngtn...36 28 6 78 246 205 Phldlph....35 27 7 77 259 253 Islanders..33 29 9 75 267 243 Rangers...30 31 8 68 260 246 N.Jersey ..31 35 5 67 251 277 Pittsburgh.29 32 9 67 274 285 Adams Division y-Montreal. 40 20 10 90 252 213 Boston .... 39 26 6 84 267 224 Buffalo .... 33 28 9 75 251 265 Hartford...29 34 7 65 210 237 Quebec....30 36 4 64 245 263 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L T Pt» GF GA y-Detrolt...38 24 9 65 289 235 y-SI. Louis.31 33 6 68 243 248 Chicago...29 34 7 65 247 278 302 298 340 267 85 315 Exhibition Baseball AH Times EST AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pel. Oakland 7 4 .636 Toronto 6 4 .600 California 5 4 .556 Seattle 5 4 .556 Kansas City 6 5 .545 NewYork 5 5 .500 Texas 5 5 .500 Boston 4 5 .444 Cleveland 4 5 .444 Minnesota 4 5 .444 Chicago 3 5 .375 Baltimore 2 7 .222 Detroit 2 7 .222 Milwaukee 2 8 .200 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Los Angeles 9 1 .900 Chicago 7 3 .700 Montreal 7 3 .700 Pittsburgh 7 4 .636 Cincinnati 5 4 .556 St.Louis 5 4 .556 Houston . .5 5 .500 FOR HOME DELIVERY of The Pharos-Tribune CALL 722-5000 We havtt trtli special event only one* a y« Sale Calendar Mar. 18-Lincoln Auction Ralph Rockey Mar. 19—Public Auction Gary L. Olson Mar. 19--P.O. A. Household Larry W. Aaron Mar. 20-Tom & Carrie Maxson DougDavies Mar. 23-Leora Clem Estate Carl Johnson Mar. 26—Ray Harpster Estate Auction Smith Auctions Apr 1—Franklin D. & Doris E. 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"I'm not used to playing good this early in the year," Sindelar said after holding off a multiple- player challenge and nightfall for a two-shot victory on Sunday in the $700,000 Honda Classic golf tournament. It was the fourth victory of Sindelar's five-year PGA Tour career, but the first time he had won a tournament so early in a season. At least part of it, he said, is attributable to a change in attitude, a change advised by his wife and father. "They urged me to just relax, go with the flow, let my golf game take over," Sindelar said. "I've tried to do that. I have to come into a tournament thinking I'm ready to go, then just go out and play and not worry about it, try to have some fun." It has been more fun the last few weeks for the long-hitting 29-year-old. He has finished third, fifth and first in his last three starts, collecting $200,200 in that period. The bulk of it, $126,000, came on the strength of Golf his front-running final round of 70 on Sunday that gave him a 276 total, 12 under par on the windswept TPC course at Eagle Trace. He was tied at one time or another by four other players. But Sindelar birdied the 10th and llth holes and led the rest of the way. From that point, darkness was the foe. And darkness very nearly won. "It was down to the point where, technically, we could have been stopped on the last tee," Sindelar said. "We couldn't see all we wanted to see, but nobody wants to come back the next day," said Sindelar, who played the final hole in the half-light of early evening. Wind, which helped produce some horrendous scores — 11 on a par-3, for example — slowed play. And there was a huge stack-up on the tee at the par-5 15th. The result: 4 hours, 20 minutes for the final twosome to play 18 holes. New York 5 5 .500 San Francisco 5 5 .500 Philadelphia 4 6 .400 SanDiego 4 6 .400 Atlanta 3 7 .300 NOTE: Split-squad games count In standings, ties do not Sunday's Gwnn Chicago White Sox 3, Minnesota 2 CWci(joCub»8,Se«t1l»2 Cincinnati 6, Houston 2 St. Louis 4, New York Metsl Montreal 9, New York Yankees 8,10 Innings Boston fl, Baltimore 3 Pittsburgh 17, Philade!phia3 Kansas City 5, Detroit 1 Texas 6, Toronto 4 Los Angeles 3, Atlanta 2,10 innings San Diego 10, Milwaukee 4 San Francisco 6, Oakland 5, 14 innings California 8, Cleveland 7,10 innings Monday's Gimss Cleveland |u) vs, Chicago Cubs it M»M,Arl2.,3p.m. Chicago White Sox (ss) v». New Yort Yankees at Fort Lauderdale, Fl*., 1:35 p.m. St. Louis vs. Chicago White Sox iss) atSarasota, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Ohio State, Evansville, Clemson Among 32 Teams Invited To NIT NEW YORK (AP) - The 32-team National Invitation Tournament field includes 14 of the 20 teams with at least 20 victories that didn't make the NCAA Tournament. Clemson, however, isn't one of them. The Tigers are the only team in either tourney with a .500 record and their 14-14 log earned them the right to visit defending NIT champion Southern Mississippi on Friday night. "The way we finished the season with wins over Duke and Georgia Tech and the way we played in the ACC Tournament against North Carolina State certainly had an effect on us getting into the tournament," Coach Cliff Ellis said. "Overall, we are happy to be in the NIT because we have a young team and we can use more experience toward next year. We are going to play hard and do the best we can." The NIT, the nation's oldest postseason college basketball tourney, gets under way Wednesday night when Old Dominion, 18-11, visits Ohio State, 16-12. The tournament will be held at campus sites until the semifinals and finals in New York's Madison Square Garden on March 29-30. "We're disappointed we're not in the NCAA Tournament, obviously," said Ohio State Coach Gary Williams, one of numerous NIT coaches who sang that tune. "The selection committee has a tough job. You keep things in perspective. Every team in the country in Division I wants to get into the NCAA. "Any time you have that many automatic teams (30), there's always going to be some teams left out. I'm glad we're still playing. Old Dominion is a quality team." The opening round includes two games between teams with 20 or more victories — Louisiana Tech, 21-8, at Arkansas-Little Rock, 24-6, on Thursday night and Virginia Commonwealth, 21-11, at Marshall, 24-7, on Friday night. It also includes two interesting intrastate pairings — Georgia Southern, 24-€, at Georgia, 19-15, on Thursday night and Tennessee, 16-12, at Middle Tennessee State, 21-10, on Friday night. After Wednesday's Old Dominion-Ohio State opener, the first round continues on Thursday night with eight games, including Louisiana Tech at Arkansas-Little Rock and Georgia Southern- Georgia. The others are Connecticut, 15-14, at West Virginia, 18-13; Fordham, 18-14, at Houston, 17-12; Utah, 19-10, at Evansville, 20-7; Pepperdine, 17-12, at New Mexico, 20-13; Siena, 23-5, at Boston College, 15-13, and Santa Clara, 20-10, at Oregon, 15-13. Seven games will be held on Friday night. Besides Clemson-Southern Mississippi, Virginia Commonwealth-Marshall and Tennessee-Middle Tennessee, they are Northeast Louisiana, 21-8, at Arkansas State, 19-13; New Orleans, 20-10, at Colorado State, 18-12; Illinois State, 18-12, at Cleveland State, 21-7, and Long Beach State, 17-11, at Stanford, 20-11. It is Stanford's first postseason appearance since it won the NCAA Tournament in 1942. The second round is scheduled for March 21-22 and the quarter-finals March 25-26. 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