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Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 24, 1988 Page 11 Sports A Victor's Ride Coach was never a hero as a player Associated Press Luckily for Colorado State's Boyd Grant, his players are better shooters than he was. Grant was carried off the court on the shoulders of those players after the Rams beat Houston 71-61 in the second round of the National Invitation Tournament. The Rams, 20-12, will play Arkansas State, 21-13, Friday night, with the winner advancing to the semifinals in New York. "It's the first time I ever got carried off the floor at Colorado State," said Grant, an alumnus of the school. "I wasn't a good enough player. Whenever I had the last-second shot, I never made it." CSU didn't need any last- second shots in reaching the 20-victory level for only the second time. The Rams trailed 53-52 with 4:53 to go, then surged ahead for good. Then they carried Grant off the court, and he lost his glasses. By the time they were retrieved NIT Roundup from the floor, Grant had slipped off the broad shoulders of his players. "At the end of the game tonight," Grant said Tuesday night. "The kids told me, 'Hey, 20 games coach.' It was their way of saying I was going to get an 'A' for the season." The season also continues Friday night for New Mexico, which hosts Ohio State; and Connecticut, which is home to Virginia Commonwealth. On Saturday, Boston College is at Middle Tennessee State. The semifinals are next Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, with the finals set for the next night. Arkansas State, 21-13, surprised even its coach by winning at Stanford in the second round. Nelson Catalina had so little faith in his Indians that he didn't expect Rhon Johnson, the team's worst free throw shooter, to make a foul shot with time expired and the score tied. "On the bench, the coach said whether I made the free throws or not, we had had a great year," Johnson said. "But I thought, 'Wait a minute, the year's not overyet.'" It isn't over for the Indians because Johnson made the first free throw for a 60-59 victory. New Mexico, 22-13, would seem to have the biggest edge in the third round. The Lobos are 19-1 at home this season and beat Ohio State 74-65 last December. The Buckeyes, 18-12, recently beat Purdue, the top seed in the Midwest Regional of the NCAA Tournament. They also have upset three other ranked teams this season. Of the eight remaining teams, Ohio State is the only one that has won an NIT title — in 1986. Sports Scoreboard College Basketball Indian* NCAA Collage Career Scoring Leaders Career scoring leaders in men's basketball at Indiana NCAA Division I, II and III schools (x-still in 1988 NCAA tourney): 2,850 - Larry Bird, Indiana St., 1977-79 2,560 — Austin Carr, Notre Dame, 1969-71 2,438 - Steve Alford, Indiana, 198M7 2,374 - John S. Williams, Ind.St., 1983-86 2,323 - Rick Mount, Purdue, 1968-70 2,323 - Dave Gray, Earlham, 1969-73 2,321 - Chad Tucker, Butler, 1984-88 2,280 - Bailey Robertson, Indpls, 1953-57 2,236 - Larry Humes, Evansvllle, 1964-66 2,223 — Adrian Dantley, Notre Dame, 1974-76 2,216 - Stephen Jackaon, S.Indiana, 1983-87 2,192 — Don Schlundt, Indiana, 1952-55 2,175 - Joe Barry Carroll, Purdue, 1977-80 2,148 — Jim Thordsen, St.Joseph's, 1971-75 2,147 — Jerry Newsom, Indiana St., 1966-68 2,109 - Ray McCallum, Ball St., 1980-83 2,083 — Don Ings, Rose-Hulman, 1966-70 2,074 — Dave Schellhase, Purdue, 1964-66 2,061 - Mike Woodson, Indiana, 1977-80 2,058 - David Rivers, Notre Dame, 1985-88 2,028 - Stan Kappers, St.Joseph's, 1985-88 2,019 — x-Troy Lewis, Purdue, 1985-88 2,019 - Darrin Fitzgerald, Butler, 1984-87 1,998 - Ed Smallwood, Evansville, 1958-60 1,979 — Terry Dischinger, Purdue, 1960-62 1,976 - Pete Metzelaars, Wabash, 1978-82 1,960 - Steve Ward, Earlham, 196539 1,943 - Jack Roudebusli, Wabash, 1970-74 1,926 — David McGuire, Earlham, 1977-81 1,913 - Dwight Swails, Indpls, 1947-51 1,909 — Steve Van Dyck, Rose- Hulmn, 1973-77 1,826 - Woody McBride, Indpls, 1947-52 1,821 - Mike Martin, Earlham, 1964-68 1,820- Tom Hawkins, Notre Dame, 1957-59 1,813 - Walter Jordan, Purdue, 1975-78 1,798 — Lynn Mltchem, Butler, 1979-83 1,754 - Dick Nyers, Indpls, 1953-56 1,752 - Dave Sutherland, Rose- Hulmn, 1974-78 1,747 - Larry Bullington, Ball St., 1972-74 1,744 — Tom Moran, Indianapolis, 1960^4 1,740 — Kent Benson, Indiana, 1974-77 1,733 - Billy Shepherd, Butler, 1969-72 1,729 - Derrick Wesley, Ball St., 1985-88 1,719 - Kelly Tripucka, Notre Dame, 197841 1,717 — Keith Edmondson, Purdue, 1979-82 1,707 — Jerry Banks, Earlham, 1968-72 1,702 — Kevin Pearson, Indpls, 1975-79 1,686 - x-Todd Mitchell, Purdue, 1985-88 1,685 - Jim Rasenold, Ball St., 1970-72 1,672 - Butch Wade, Indiana St., 1965-67 1,665 — Bob Arnzen, Notre Dame, 1967-69 1,643 - Dan Palombizio, PU.1982-3, BSU.198M 1,640 - Marty Simmons, 111,1984-5, Ev,1987-8 1,637 — Tony Brown, Earlham, 1983-87 1,632 - Jeff Bibbs, DePauw, 1976*) 1,620 - John Garrett, Purdue, 1973-75 1,611 — Doug Jennings, Indpls, 1980-84 1,607 - Dave Strange, Rose- Hulman, 1977-80 1,605 - Brad Leaf, Evansville, 197M2 1,593 - Scott May, Indiana, 1974-76 1,580 - Bob Whitmore, Notre Dame, 1967-69 1,549 - Randy Wiltman, Indiana, 197943 1,546 — Archie Dees, Indiana, 1956-58 1,546- Todd Jones, Indpls, 1967-71 1,541 - Bruce Lindner, Valpo, 1968-70 1,531 - Wayne Burris, Butler, 1974-77 1,529 — Russell Cross, Purdue, 1981-83 1,520 - David Urtanek, Rose- Hulman, 198548 1,520- Dick Jones, Valpo, 196648 1,508 - Harry Bell, Valpo, 198548 1,493 - Don Merki, St.Joseph's, 1952-55 1,483 - Tom Curry, Rose-Hulman, 196347 1,479 - John Harrawood, Evansville, 1954-57 1,473 - Chris Whltfield, Wabash, 198548 1,441 - Walt Bellamy, Indiana, 195941 1,437 - Bobby Plump. Butler, 1955-58 1,432 — Duane Klueh, Indiana St., 194M9 1,432 - Carl Nicks, Indiana St., 197740 1,432 — Joe Rosner, Earlham, 1970-74 1,430 — Eugene Parker, Purdue, 1975-78 1,430 - Don Williams, Notre Dame, 1975-78 1,430 - John Wollenberg, Valpo, 1971-73 1,427 - Ray Tolbert, Indiana, 197841 1,426 — Don Buse, Evansville, 1970-72 1,426 - Terry Scotl, Earlham, 198145 1,415 — Bob Schrier, DePauw, 1953-57 1,412 - Ted Hillary, St.Joseph's, 1967-70 1,412 — Tom Bennett, Wabasri, 195640 1,409 - Clark Crafton, Indpls, 196145 1,408 - Charlie Bowerman, Wabash, 195841 1,402 - Mark Wingard, St.Joseph's, 198245 1,401 - Jimmy Hayl, Indiana, 198143 1,400 - Keith Greve, Butler, 1952-54, 58 1,395 - Jeft Simmons, Valpo, 197942 1,392-Jeff Blue, Butler, 196244 NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Exhibition Baseball W L y-Boston 47 20 ,.29 37 GB Pet. .701 .439 17% 18 NewYort Philadelphia 29 38 .433 Washington 28 38 .424 18% New Jersey 18 49 .269 29 Central Division x-Detroil 45 20 Atlanta 40 25 Chicago 38 28 Milwaukee 37 28 Indian* 32 34 Cleveland 31 36 .692 .615 .578 .569 .485 .463 5 7% 8 1314 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L x-Dallas 44 21 x-Denver 41 26 x-Houston 38 26 29 GB Pet. .677 .612 4 .594 514 .561 Tk ,369 20 x-Utah 37 San Antonio 24 41 Sacramento 19 47 .288 W/i Pacific Division x-LA Lakers 52 14 .788 x-Portland 42 23 .646 9% Seattle 35 32 .522 17V4 Phoenix 21 45 ,318 31 Golden Slate 17 48 .262 34'A LA Clippers 13 52 .200 38Vi x-clinched playofl berth y-clinched division title Wednesday'» Gimes Chicago 118, Philadelphia 102 Boston 104, Washington 89 Cleveland 105, New Jersey 96 Denver 118, Los Angeles Clippers 108 Golden State 126, Sacramento 118 Seattle 118, Portland 108 Thursday's Games Allanta at Washington, 7:30p.m. New York at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Utah, 9:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. Friday's Games Chicago it Clevtland, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Detroit at San Antonio, 3:30p,m. GoWen Stale at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30p.m. Denver at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30 p.m. NHL WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA NYlslndrs .36 29 Washington37 31 Philadelph. 36 31 NYHangeis33 33 Pittsburgh.32 33 NewJersey32 36 Adama Division y-Montreal.43 20 12 y-Boston...41 Buffalo .... 35 Hartford... 31 28 30 36 Quebec....32 36 82 287 249 81 263 228 79 267 273 74 275 264 73 295 292 69 258 283 98 278 220 237 86 284 79 266 282 69 226 253 68 257 277 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L x-Detroit.,. 39 26 y-St. Louis. 33 34 y-Chlca(jo..30 37 Toronto....20 45 10 Minnesota. 19 44 12 Smythe Division y-Calgary..44 21 9 y-Edmntn.. 41 23 10 y-Winnpg..31 34 10 LosAnGls..27 42 7 Vancouvr ..23 44 9 T Pts GF GA 3 87 299 249 3 74 265 267 86 264 50 258 50 229 301 319 318 97 363 285 92 336 263 72 275 288 61 289 339 55 260 308 x-clinched division title y-clinched playoff berth AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Kansas City 15 6 .714 NewYork 15 7 .682 Toronto 12 7 .632 California 11 8 .579 Cleveland 10 10 .500 Oakland! 10 10 .500 Texas 10 10 .500 Chicago 10 12 .456 Boston 9 11 .450 Seattle 9 11 .450 Milwaukee 9 13 .409 Minnesota 7 12 .368 Baltimore 6 13 .316 Detroit 5 14 .263 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. LosAngeles 15 7 .682 NewYort! 13 7 ,650 Chicago 14 9 .609 Cincinnati 11 8 .579 Montreal 10 9 .526 Houston 11 10 .524 San Francisco 10 10 .500 St.Louis 9 9 .500 SanDiego 9 11 ,450 Pittsburgh 9 13 .409 Philadelphia 8 12 .400 Atlanta 6 14 .300 NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not Wednesday's Gamai Chicago Cubs 11, California 0 Chicago Whin Sox 7, Texts 3 New York Mets 4, Baltimore 3 New York Yankees 3, Atlanta 2,1st game Atlanta 6, New York Yankees 0,2nd game Boston 4, Montreal 3,13 innings St. Louis10,Toronlo3 Kansas City 6, Minnesota2 Houston 4, Los Angeles 3 Milwaukee 1, San Francisco 0 Cleveland 6, Seattle 3 Oakland 10, San Diego 6 Detroit 7, Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 5, Philadelphia 3 Thursday's Games Cincinnati vs. Houston al Kissim- mee,Fla.,1:05p.m. Philadelphia vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg, Fla.,1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. Montreal at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Los Angeles vs. Boston at Winter Haven, Fla., 1:05 p,m, Toronto vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla,, 1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. New York Yankees at Fort Lauderdale, Fla,, 1:30 p.m. Kansas City vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla.,1:35p.rn. 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