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2D (The tl'rrrnuiUr Nrus SPORTS Wednesday, February 8, 1989 Names in the News ComptM rrwn wire rvporta CALENDAR McDaniel's feat may be equaled Edited by Rudy Jones Seattle SuperSonics standout Xavier McDaniel (ColumbiaFlora) led major colleges in both scoring and rebounding in 1985 while at Wichita State. Now Hank Gathers of Loyola Marymount is trying to become the first since McDaniel to accomplish that feat Gathers currently is averaging 33.5 points and 14.1 rebounds per game, both figures tops in the nation. Conversation taped A tape recording of a conversation between a Missouri assistant basketball coach and former player P.J. Mays' (Anderson College) mother allegedly reveals the school broke NCAA rules by buying airline tickets so the player could go home and return to campus. The Kansas City Times, which reported the alleged violation in a copyright story Tuesday by Mike Fish, also said that Mays told Missouri athletic department officials in a taped conversation that he and two other players each got $100 in cash from the same assistant coach, Bob Sundvold. According to Yvonne Mays, the former player's mother, she reported the purchase of the airline ticket to Missouri Athletic Director Dick Tambu ro and Carl Settergren, Missouri's faculty representative to the NCAA and the Big Eight Conference, during a three-hour interview Sunday in her home in Cincinnati. She also told them of the tape-recorded conversation in which Sundvold said, "I have made a grave error in trying to help a guy" Head Coach Norm Stewart said Monday: "I'd have to hear the tape. The only thing we have heard was what was reported to us, that P.J. had made some comments. We'll just have to wait and see." Sundvold said: "I can't comment. I'll have to let Mr. Tam-buro do all the speaking. We have turned in a self-report. After the findings are brought in, maybe I can make a statement." Tamburo said Monday that he had notified an unidentified NCAA official of the ticket purchases within the last two weeks but said he had no knowledge of players being paid. Tamburo and Settergren would neither confirm nor deny that Sunday's interview had taken place, but Mrs. Mays said Monday she had a tape recording of that meeting. On Oct. 31, Missouri announced that Mays had been ruled a Proposition 48 casualty and his scholarship was withdrawn. He transferred after the semester to Anderson College. Nance to compete Larry Nance (Clemson Anderson) of the Cleveland Cavaliers is among the scheduled participants for Saturday's NBA Slam Dunk contest in Houston as part of the All Star Weekend. BASEBALL Equitable Old Timers All-Star Games INt May 6 Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park May 7 Baltimore Orioles at Memorial Stadium May 14 Seattle Mariners at the Klna-dome May 20 New York Metsat Shea Stadium June 3 Milwaukee Brewers at County Stadium June 4 Oakland Athletics at the Oakland Coliseum June 10 Hall of Fame Game at Doub-leday Field, Coooerstown, N.Y. June 17 Cleveland Indians at Municipal Stadium June 18 Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium June 24 Atlanta Bravesat Fulton County Stadium June 25 Cincinnati Reds at Riverfront Stadium July 9 California Angels at Anaheim Stadium (Ail-Star Game) July 15 New Yorl Yankees at Yankee Stadium July 16 Chicago White Sox at Comlskey Park July 22 Pittsburgh Pirates at Three Rivers Stadium July 29 Texas Rangers at Arlington Stadium Aug. 5 Minnesota Twins at the Met-rodome Aug. 12 ChlcagoCubsat Wrlglev Field Aug. 13 San Francisco Giantsat Candlestick Park Aug. 1 Philadelphia Phillies at Veterans Stadium Aug. 19 Houston Astros at the Astrodome Aug. 20 Detroit Tigers at Tiger Stadium Aug . 26 San Oiego Padres at Jack Murphy Stadium Aug. 26 Toronto Blue Joys at the Sky-Dome Sept. 17 Montreal Expos at Olympic Stadium Wednesday, Feb. 8 Men's Basketball Piedmont at Citadel Augusta at Furmon, 7:30 Francis Morion at Benedict Baptist at Coastal Carolina S. Carolina at Florida St. ,7:30p.m. Barber-Scotia at Allen Women's Basketball Clemson at Duke, 6p.m. Furman at Western Carolina, 7p.m. TV Wednesday, Feb. 8 7 p.m. Basketball : Georgetown-Connecticut, ESPN. 8 p.m. Basketball: Georgia-Florida, Ch.32. 9 p.m. Basketball: Vlrglnla-Duke, ESPN. 9:30p.m. Basketball: Virginia Tech-UNCCCh.18. THE UNE COLLEGE BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY Favorite Point Underdog GaTach 16 lona FLORIDA ST 11 S Carolina Georgetown 4 CONN. TENNESSEE 7 Mlaa SI American U 10 WMI MARY NC-WILM 2 Richmond St Peter 4)tt FAIRFIELD VANDV Tk Kentucky FLORIDA 2 Georgia E MICHIGAN 6 W Michigan G.MASON 4 E Carolina Ball St 6 W MICH. OHIO U 1 Miami-Ohio Kant St 4 B. GREEN Loulevllle 10 CINCINNATI MINN. 6 Wisconsin ARKANSAS 5', Taxa MARQ. 2 Toledo Notre Dame 14 FORDHAM TEX.TECH 9 Rica MISSISSIPPI 1V1 Alabama Lau 3Vi AUBURN Smu 3 TEXAS ASM TCU 11 Baylor DUKE 11 Virginia BRADLEY 5 Va. Common KANSAS 8 Okla St NC-CHAR S Va Tech Nebraska 1 COLORADO UCLA 13' , Southern Cal PRO BASKETBALL WEDNESDAY Favorite Point Underdog ATLANTA 3Vi New York DETROIT S Milwaukee BOSTON BVt Indiana PHILA. 3Vi Seattle Houston 5 CLIPPERS LA LAKERS 11 Golden State Horn Mm in CAPS. NHL WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Pittsburgh 30 16 5 65 247 221 NY Rangers 28 19 8 64 221 196 Washington 27 19 10 64 197 180 Philadelphia 27 24 3 57 209 183 NewJersey 19 25 10 48 192 226 NY islanders 18 32 3 39 174 222 Adams Division Montreal 37 14 6 80 218 162 Buffalo 24 24 6 54 196 206 Boston 21 23 11 53 182 182 Hartford 21 28 4 46 190 191 Quebec 19 31 6 44 189 246 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L T Pts GF GA Detroit 24 23 8 56 216 217 St. Louis 20 23 10 50 185 192 Minnesota 17 24 13 47 185 203 Chicago 18 30 7 43 211 235 Toronto 17 32 5 39 158 222 Smyt tie Division Calgary 37 11 8 82 243 161 LosAngeles 28 21 5 61 274 235 Edmonton 27 23 6 60 239 215 Vancouver 20 28 7 47 179 182 Winnipeg 18 25 9 45 205 233 MONDAY Nogames scheduled TUESDAY All-Star Gameat Edmonton Campbell Conf. 9, Wales Conf. 5 WEDNESDAY No games scheduled CHANGES BASEBALL American League MILWAUKEE BRE WE RS Signed Tim Watklns and Mark Knudson, pitchers, and Greg Vaughn, outfielder, to one-year controcts. Named Del Crandall scout. MINNESOTA twin S Agreed to terms with Doug Baker, Inflelder, on a one-year contract. National League CINCINNATI REDS Agreed to terms with John Franco, pitcher, on a one-year contract. Signed Chris Hammond, pitcher, and Lenny Harris, Inflelder, to one-year contracts. PITTSBURGH PIRATES Purchased the contract of Rick Reed, pitcher, from Buffalo of the American Association. Agreed to terms with Bob Kipper, pitcher, on a one-year contract. General BASEBALL ALUMNI TEAM Named Joe Garag lola president. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS Signed Tony Brown, guard-forward, to a 10-day contract. NEW JERSEY NETS Placed John Bagley, guard, on the Injured list. Signed Corey Gaines, guard, to a 10-day contract. SACRAMENTO KINGS Waived Derek Smith, guard. Signed Michael Jackson, guard, too 1 0-day contract FOOTBALL National Football League CLEVELAND BROWNS Signed Jed Hughes, assistant coach, toa two-year contract. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Named Timothy Connolly executive vice president of administration. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALE RSRecal led Dallas Gaume, center, from Binghamton of the American Hockey League. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Sent Mark Recchi, right wing, to Muskegon of the International Hockey League. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS Traded Al Secord, left wing, to the Philadelphia Flyers for on undisclosed draft choice In 1989. WINNIPEG JETS Fired Dan Moloney, head coach. Named Rick Bowness head coach. COLLEGE CINCINNATI Named Kevin Gllbrlde offensive coordinator and quarterback coach. SPRINGFIELD Announced theretlre-mentof Edward Stelt2, athletlcdlrector. SKI REPORT NORTH CAROLINA Appalachian: 14-Inch base, 2 slopes open. Wet granular surface. Ntohtskllng. Cataloochee: Noreportavailoble. Falrf leld-Sapphire Valley : No report available. HoundEars: Not operating Saturday. Scoly Mountain: Notoperatlngtoday. Ski Beech: 15-Inch base. 4 slopes open. Wet granular surface. Night skiing. Ski Hhawksnest: 14-inch base. 3 slopes open Wetgranular surface. Night skiing. Sugar Mmountaln : Varioble base. 2 slopes open. Loosegranularsurfoce. Nlghtskling. Wolf Laurel : NotoperatlngSaturday. VIRGINIA Brvce Resort: 20-Inch base. 3 slopes open. Frozen granular surface. The Homestead: Notoperatlngtoday. Massanutlen . Not operating today. Wlntergreen i 15-Inch base. 5 slopes open. Moch I ne groomed surface Nlghtskling. GEORGIA Sky Valley: No report available. TENNESSEE OberGatlinburg: No report available. Knicks stretch home streak to 1 7 COLLEGE SCORECARD Wire reports Patrick Ewing scored 12 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter and the New York Knicks used a 17-5 run in the final period to defeat the Washington Bullets 117-105 Tuesday night for their 17th consecutive home victory. The Bullets, who have lost seven straight away from home and are 3-19 on the road, led 88-85 early in the fourth period before the Knicks' decisive spurt put them ahead 102-93 with 5:09 remaining. Washington got within four points on three occasions down the stretch before the Knicks pulled away. WASHINGTON (105): Catledge 6-9 2-2 14, Grant 3-7 0-0 6, Feltl 7-100-0 14, Malone 8-174-5 20, D.Walker 6-9 7-7 19, Alorie3-8 2-28, Williams 4-10 3-611, C. A Jones 0-2 1-21, Eackles 3-120-1 6, Colter 1-24-46. Totals4l-8623-29105. NEW YORK (117): Newman 3-72-48, Oakley 8-136-7 22, Ewing 12-25 2-3 26, Jackson 7-14 3-4 19, Tucker 4-70-09, G. Wllklns 6-18 2-2 14, K.Walker 3-90-06, E.WIIkins 0-20-00, Green 1-3 0-02, Strickland 3-72-38, Butler 0-0 0-00, Myers Ml-13.Totals48-10618-24117. Washington 28 25 31 21105 New York 26 33 26 32117 3-Point goals Jackson 2, Tucker. Fouled out None. Rebounds Washington 56 (Alarle 10), New York SB (Oakley 15). Assists Washington 25 (D.Walker 9), New York 32 (Jackson 10) . Total fouls Washington 20, New York 20. Technical New York coach Pitino. A 19,452. Bucks 115 Cavaliers 106 MILWAUKEE Terry Cum-mings scored 31 points and Ricky Pierce had 10 of his 24 in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee rallied with a late 13-4 run and beat Cleveland for its fourth straight victory. The Bucks, with 19 victories in their last 23 games, trailed 96-94 when their decisive spurt began. Cummings had five points in a 7-0 run that gave the Bucks a 101-96 lead with 4:40 to go. Pierce added two baskets and Cummings one as Milwaukee took a 107-100 lead with 2:05 to play. The Cavaliers, suffering only their ninth loss in 23 road games, were led by Brad Daugherty with 28 points and Mark Price with 20. Ron Harper, the Cavs' leading scorer, got in early foul trouble and scored only eight points, 12 under his average. CLEVELAND (106) : Nance 5-11 2-2 12, Sanders 5-132-412, Daugherty 13-20 2-2 28, Harper 3-10 2-2 8, Price 7-164-4 20, Williams 5-13 2-5 12, Ehlo6-8 1-2 14, Dudley 0-20-00. Totals44-93 15-21 106. MILWAUKEE (115) : Cummings 15-31 1-231, Krystkowlok 6-113-415, Sikma 3-9 2-211, Humphries 8-140-0 16, Pressey5-91-212, Roberts 1-2 2-24, P lerce 1 0-20 4-5 24, Mokesk 1 1 -3 0-0 2. Tota Is 49-9913-17115. Cleveland 29 31 28 18106 Milwaukee 33 23 34 25115 3-Polnt goals Sikma 3, Price 2, Ehlo, Pressey. Fouled out None. Rebounds-Cleveland 51 (Williams 12), Milwaukee 58 (Cummings 1 1 ). Assists Cleveland 27 ( Ehlo 8), Milwaukee 32 ( Pressey 10) . Total fouls-Cleveland 16, Milwaukee 18. Technicals Milwaukee coach Harris, Cleveland coach Wllkens. A 18,633. Nets 109 Sonics 99 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Dennis Hopson scored 20 points NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB New York 31 16 .660 Philadelphia 25 20 .556 5 Boston 22 23 .489 8 NewJersey 18 28 .391 12Vj Washington 16 28 .364 13'! Charlotte 12 35 .255 19 Central Division Cleveland 34 11 .754 Detroit 30 13 .698 3 Milwaukee 30 14 .682 3W Atlanta 28 17 .622 6 Chicago 26 19 .578 8 Indiana 11 33 .250 2Vj WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet. GB Houston 27 17 .614 Utah 28 19 .595 Vj Dallas 23 20 .535 M Denver 24 23 .511 Vi SanAntonio 13 31 .295 14 Miami 5 39 .114 22 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 32 14 .696 Phoenix 28 17 .622 2Vi Seattle 28 17 .622 Vi Golden State 24 19 .558 6Vj Portland 24 20 .545 7 Sacramento 12 32 .273 19 L.A. Clippers 10 36 . 217 22 MONDAY Phoenix 104, Utah 87 Dallasl29. L A Clippers 1 1 1 TUESDAY New York 117, Washington 105 NewJerseyl09,Seottle99 Milwaukee 115, Cleveland 106 Chicago 1 18, Charlotte93 Utah96,Miami7 San Antonio at Sacramento Dal las at Portland Wednesday's Games Indiana at Boston, 7:30p.m. Seattleat Philadelphia, 7:30p.m. New Yorkat Atlanta, 7:30p.m. Milwaukee at Detroit, 7:30p.m. Golden State at L.A. Lakers, 10:30p.m. Houston atL.A. Clippers, 10:30p.m. Monday's late game DALLAS (129): Perkinsll-194-526, Aguirre 8-207-724, Donaldson 5-6 5-6 15, Blackman7-13 5-6 1 9, Harper 6-1 1 3-3 16, Schrempf 3-5 0-0 6, Da-vis4-61-l 10, Tyler 2-5 1-2 5, Wennington 1-20-1 2, Wiley 1-1 0-03, Jones 1-2 0-0 3, Blab 0-0 0-0 0. Totals49-90 26-31 129. L.A. CLIPPERS (111): Smith 10-16 3-7 23, Norman 7-182-4 16, Beniomin4-7 10-10 18, Williams 4-11 0-08, Nixon 5-92-2 12, Garrick 3-51-1 7, Grant 1-3 0-0 2, Wolf 3-6 1-2 7, Kite 2-5 2-3 6, White 5-62-4 12.Totals44-8623-33111. Dallas 22 32 41 34129 L.A. Clippers 25 34 18 34111 3-Point goals Jones, Aguirre, Harper, Davis, Wiley. Fouled out Schrempf . Rebounds Dallas 45 (Donaldson 10), Los Angeles 53 (Beniamin 15). Assists Dallas36 (Harper 10), Los Angeles31 (Nixon 12). Total fouls Dallas 27, LosAngeles26. A 9,377. and fellow guard Lester Conner added a triple-double with 13 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds as New Jersey defeated Seattle. Buck Williams and Joe Barry Carroll each added 19 points as the Nets snapped a three-game losing streak and defeated Seattle for the second time in a week. New Jersey's 18-28 record and is one victory short of equaling its total for all of last season. SEATTLE (99): McKey 3-6 0-0 7, Co9e 10-13 4-524, Lister 2-4 0-0 4, Ellis 13-227-1034, McMillan 2-6 0-0 5, McDaniel 6-142-2 15, Lucas 0-5 0-00, Polynlce 1 -70-0 2, Reynolds 1 -9 3-5 5, Schoene 1 -30-03, Johnson0-00-00. Totals39-8916-2299. NEW JERSEY (109): Morris 5-11 2-3 12, B.Williams 5-8 9-10 19, Carroll 4-14 11-11 19, Hopson 8-1 8 3-4 20, Conner 4-9 5-6 1 3, H i nson 9-1 7 0-1 18, K.Williams 3-70-06, Lee 1-20-0 2.Totals 39-8630-35109. Seattle 28 27 26 18 99 NewJersey 29 30 30 20109 3-Point goals McKey, Ellis, McMillan, McDaniel, Schoene, Hopson. Fouled out None. Rebounds Seattle 46 (Cage 8), New Jersey 62 (B.Williams, Conner, K.Williams 10). Assists Seattle 26 (McMillan 14), New Jersey 23 (Conner 11). Total fouls Seattle 27, New Jersey 22. A 11,757. Sanders mum about future Wire reports Heisman Trophy winner Barry Sanders refused Tuesday to confirm or deny a report in his hometown newspaper that he had decided to return to Oklahoma State University for his senior season instead of opting for the NFL draft. Sanders was in Philadelphia to pick up the Maxwell Football Club trophy as the outstanding collegiate player of the year. In Tuesday's editions, the Wichita (Kan.) Eagle-Beacon quoted the 5-foot-8 Sanders as saying: "I'm planning on returning (to Oklahoma State). Right now I'm in school getting ready for next season and some exams." But in Philadelphia, Sanders said: "I don't remember saying that. I've done a thousand interviews this year. I can't remember what I say." Henntng leader? The protracted search for a new San Diego Chargers coach apparently is in its final days, with speculation focused on Washington assistant Dan Hen-nlng as the replacement for the fired Al Saunders. Despite a report in The San Diego Union that Henning, a former Atlanta head coach, has the appointment all but wrapped up, Chargers director of football operations Steve Ortmayer insists there is no leading candidate. Mike White, former coach at Illinois and California who spent last year working for an Orange County pro scouting service, also is believed to be in the running. Krlek rolls Robbie Weiss and Johan Kriek rolled to easy victories Tuesday in opening matches of the $350,000 Volvo Chicago tennis tournament. DIGEST Weiss of Wheeling, 111., defeated Rick Leach of Laguna Beach, Calif., 6-2, 6-4, and Jim Pugh of Palos Verdes, Calif., was ousted by Kriek of Naples, Fla., by an identical score. On Thursday, Kriek meets top-seeded Ivan Lendl, who along with Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe and defending champion Tim Mayotte, had first-round byes with the other four seeds. ... Elsewhere, top-seeded Mi-loslav Mecir suffered a humiliating first-round defeat Tuesday in the $425,500 Rotterdam tennis tournament, falling to West Germany's Patrick Kuehnen 7-5, 6-1 . Franco, Kipper sign Pitchers John Franco of the Cincinnati Reds and Bob Kipper of the Pittsburgh Pirates avoided arbitration Tuesday by agreeing to one-year contracts, reducing the the players in arbitration to 32. Franco, who lost in arbitration last year, settled with the Reds for $1,067,500, a raise of $392,500, while Kipper agreed to a one-year deal for $230,000, a $105,000 raise. Hide the keys, please Former professional boxer Mitch "Blood" Green, best known for losing matches to heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in the ring and on the street, was arrested Tuesday in midtown Manhattan, police said. Green, who has been arrested for driving infractions 54 times, was taken into custody at 1 :20 p.m. for driving with a revoked license. The former boxer was also wanted on a warrant for assault, said a police spokesman. District (Through Feb. 6) Londer 7-0 18-5 Charleston 6-0 14-5 Presbyterian 6-1 16-6 USC Spartanburg 5-2 15-6 USC Aiken 5-2 12-9 Claflin 4-4 12-10 Coker 4-4 9-12 Newberry 3-3 HJ FranclsMarlon 3-3 8-14 Limestone 3-4 12-10 Erskine 2-5 Benedict 2- 8-10 Morris 2-6 10-10 Central Wesleyon 1-6 3-17 Voorhees 0-7 2-18 METRO SOUTHWEST Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Texos 8 1 889 17 4 Arkansas 7 2 . 778 14 5 Texas Christian 6 3 667 13 8 Texas Tech 5 4 .556 10 10 Southern Meth. 4 4 . 500 8 10 Houston 4 5 444 12 9 Rice 3 6 .303 9 11 Texas A8.M 2 7 .222 9 12 Baylor 1 8 111 5 15 Pet. 810 737 .619 500 .444 .571 450 429 .250 SUN BELT Conference Overall Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. Florida St. 6 1 .857 18 2 . 900 Louisville 5 1 .833 16 4 .800 S. CAROLINA 3 2 600 13 6 . 684 Memphis St. 3 3 500 15 8 . 652 S.Mississippi 2 5 . 286 7 11 .389 Cincinnati 1 4 .200 10 8 . 556 Virginia Tech 1 5 .167 8 12 400 SOUTHERN Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. Appalachian St. 6 3 667 17 4 .810 Tn. -Chattanooga 6 3 . 667 12 1 0 . 545 FURMAN 5 3 .625 11 9 .550 CITADEL 4 4 500 11 8 . 579 E. Tennessee St. 4 5 444 13 7 . 650 Marshall 3 5 .375 10 10 .500 VMI . 3 5 .375 8 11 .421 W. Corolina 3 6 . 333 9 11 .450 South Alabama N.C. Charlotte Va. Commonwlth Old Dominion Ala. -Birmingham Jacksonville W. Kentucky South Florida ft 6 5 5 5 4 4 3 Pet. W 750 12 6 .625 12 7 .556 9 11 500 12 8 .500 12 7 500 10 10 .375 12 9 .143 6 12 Pet .667 632 450 .600 .632 .500 .571 333 Tuesday Night's Scores Old Dominion 91, Jacksonville 84 WESTERN Conference Overoll W L Pet. W L Pet. New Mexico 7 2 .778 13 6 .684 Texas-El Paso 6 3 . 667 17 4 .810 Colorado St. 6 4 .600 13 8 .619 Air Force 5 5 . 500 13 8 .619 Hawaii 5 5 . 500 12 9 . 571 Utah 4 4 . 500 1 3 10 . 565 Brigham Young 3 5 .375 9 10 .474 San Diego St. 3 7 .300 9 11 .450 Wyoming 2 6 . 250 10 12 . 455 OTHER MAJOR SOUTHEASTERN Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. LSU 7 3 . 700 15 6 714 Alabama 7 4 . 636 15 5 . 750 Tennessee 6 4 .600 13 6 . 684 Florida 6 4 . 600 1 2 1 0 . 545 Vanderbilt 6 4 600 12 10 .545 Kentucky 6 4 .600 11 11 .500 Mississippi 5 5 . 500 11 8 . 579 GEORGIA 5 6 .455 13 8 .619 Mississippi St. 3 7 300 9 10 .474 Auburn 0 10 .000 7 11 .389 W L Pet. Nev. -Las Vegas 15 5 .750 Notre Dame 12 4 .750 DePaul 15 9 . 625 Miami Fla. 13 9 . 591 Army 10 11 .476 Marquette 8 9 .471 Davidson 6 17 .261 Navy 3 18 .143 BIG SOUTH Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. USC-COASTAL 6 1 .857 10 10 .500 Campbell 5 2 .714 12 8 .600 Radford 4 3 .571 13 7 .650 WINTHROP 3 4 . 429 13 9 . 591 BAPTIST COLL. 3 5 .375 7 13 .350 Augusta 3 6 .333 4 17 .190 N.C.-Asheville 2 5 286 9 12 . 429 MID-EASTERN Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. S. CAROLINA ST, 10 1 .909 18 6 .750 Florida A8.M 8 2 .800 13 7 .650 Morgan St. 7 3 .700 12 9 .571 CoppinSt. 6 4 .600 12 9 .571 N. Carolina AS. T 5 6 .455 7 13 .350 Delaware St. 3 7 . 300 8 13 . 381 Howard U. 3 7 .300 7 14 .333 Bethune-Cookman 3 7 .300 6 14 .300 Md. -East Shore 1 9 .100 1 20 .048 ATLANTIC TEN Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. West Virginia 11 0 1.000 17 2 .895 Temple 10 2 .833 12 8 .600 Penn St. 7 4 .636 13 8 .619 Rutgers 6 4 . 600 8 11 .421 St. Bonaventure 6 6 500 12 9 .571 Rhode Island 6 6 .500 10 10 .500 Duquesne 3 8 .273 8 12 .400 Massachusetts 3 8 . 273 8 12 400 St. Joseph's 3 9 .250 6 15 .286 G. Washington 1 10 .091 1 19 .050 BIG8 Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. Missouri 6 0 1.000 20 3 .870 Oklahoma 6 1 .857 19 3 .864 Oklahoma St. 4 2 .667 13 6 .684 Kansas 3 4 . 429 16 6 . 727 Kansas St. 3 4 .429 12 7 .632 Iowa St. 2 5 . 286 12 8 600 Nebraska 1 5 167 13 9 .591 Colorado 1 5 167 6 13 .316 BIG EAST Conference Overall Tuesday Night's Scores DePaul 78, Dayton 50 LeMoyne 77, Army 70 Tuesday night's scores EAST Alderson-Broaddus 100, W. Virginia St. 95 CCNY88, John Jay 67 Castleton St. 84, Norwich 73 Franklin 8. Marshall 74, W. Maryland 56 Geneseo St. 91, Oswego St. 78 Geneva 84, Pitt. -Bradford 46 Green Mountain 96, St. Jos. Provider 87 Hartford 55, Vermont 52 King's, N.Y. 96, C.W. Post 94 LeMoyne 77, Army 70 Maine-Farmington 69, Maine-Machias 56 Oneonta St 70, Utica67 Princeton 53, Penn 43 Providence 88, Pittsburgh 78 Rhode Island Coll. 91, SE Massachusetts 85 Rochester 74, Roberts Wesleyan 67 Salem St. 97, Fitchburg St. 64 St. Thomas Aquinas 58, Nyack 54 Stony Brook 114, St. Joseph's, N.Y. 70 Villanova 77, Boston College 69 W. Connecticut 66, NYU 63 Worcester St. 97, Westlield St. 91 SOUTH Alice Lloyd 93, Shawnee St. 78 Berea 90, Lindsey Wilson 65 E. Kentucky 67, Indiana-Southeast 42 E. Mennonite 100, Washington Bible 41 Fla. International 105, Cent. Floridd 103, 20T Hampden-Sydney 101, Lynchburg 80 Maryland 98, Clemson 87 Miles 79, Clark Col. 68 Norfolk St. 65, Hampton U. 43 Old Dominion 91, Jacksonville 84 St. Thomas, Fla. 98, Webber 76 Tenn. Temple 115, Covenant 70 Warner Southern 101, Trinity Baptist 88 Washington & Lee 84, Averett 79 MIDWEST Ashland 90, Lake Erie 53 Beloit 92, Lake Forest 72 Bluffton 83, Ohio Dominican 71 Coe81, Cornell, Iowa 80 DePaui 78, Dayton 50 Eureka 59, Rockford 35 Goshen 73, Huntington 62 Grace 91, Bethel, Ind. 89 Grand View 73, Mount Mercy 53 Hanover 71, Anderson, Ind. 46 Hillsdale 80, Tri-State 69 Ind. -Pur. -Ft. Wayne 102, Manchester 77 Ind. -South Bend 72, St. Joseph's, Ind. 67 Malone 94, Dyke 85 W L Pet. W L Pet. Midland Lutheran 74, Nebraska Weslyn 71 Georgetown 7 1 .875 17 2 .895 Minn. -Morris 81, Northern St., S.D. 73 Syracuse 6 4 .600 20 4 .833 Monmouth, III. 82, Grinnell 66 SetonHall 6 4 600 19 4 .826 Mount Vernon Nazarene 89, Findlay 79 Providence 6 4 .600 17 4 .810 N. Iowa 87, Drake 72 St. John's 5 5 . 500 13 7 . 650 North Central 72, Carthage 67 Villanova 4 5 . 444 13 10 . 565 Purdue-Calumet 62, Olivet Nazarene 61 Pittsburgh 4 6 .400 11 10 .524 Rio Grande 86, Cincinnati Bible 64 Connecticut 3 5 .375 12 6 .667 Wabash 87, Oakland City 79 Boston College 1 8 111 8 11 .421 Wartburg 71, Cent. Iowa 59 Tuesday Night's Scores Providence 88, Pittsburgh 78 Villanova 77, Boston Col lege 69 BIGTEN Conference Overall w L Pet. W L Pet. Indiana 8 1 .889 18 5 .783 Illinois ' 5 3 .625 18 3 .857 Iowa 5 3 .625 17 4 .810 Michigan 5 3 .625 17 4 .810 Ohio St. 5 3 .625 16 5 .762 Wisconsin 4 5 .444 12 6 .667 Minnesota 4 5 .444 12 7 .632 Michigan St. 3 6 .333 12 7 .632 Purdue 3 6 .333 10 12 .455 Northwestern 1 8 111 8 11 AV IVY Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. Princeton 4 1 .800 12 5 .706 Penn 4 1 .800 8 9 .471 Dartmouth 4 2 . 667 11 7 611 Yale 4 2 .667 9 11 .450 Harvard 3 3 .500 7 10 .412 Columbia 2 4 .333 6 12 .333 Brown 1 5 .167 6 12 .333 Cornell 1 5 .167 4 13 .235 Tuesday Night's Scores Princeton 53, Penn 43 PAC 10 Conference Overall W L Pet. W L Pet. Arizona 11 1 .917 17 2 .895 UCLA 8 2 .800 13 5 .722 Stanford 8 3 .727 17 5 .773 Oregon St. 7 3 .700 14 4 .778 California 6 5 .545 15 7 .682 Washington 5 6 .455 9 11 .450 Oregon 3 7 .300 8 12 .400 Arizona St. 3 8 .273 10 10 .500 Washington St. 2 8 .200 7 12 .368 Southern Cal 0 10 .000 7 14 .333 AUGUSTA at FURMAN Time: 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Auditorium. The Jaguars: Augusta is struggling under first-year head coach Clint Bryant. The Jaguars enter Wednesday night's game coming off a 99-62 loss to Campbell College and carrying a 4-17 record. The Paladins: Furman is 1 1-9 and trying to rebound from a 100-85 loss to Presbyterian. Prior to that contest, the Paladins had won three straight league games. Furman defeated Augusta 81-52 last year. Key players: Augusta's Tim Daniels leads the Jaguars in both scoring (17 points) and rebounds (8). The 6-5 junior is followed by 6-5 freshman forward Keenan Mann (1 2.5 points and 5.7 rebounds). David Brown continues to lead Furman in soring with a 19 1 average. Bruce Evans, who was named Southern Conference player of the week following the Paladins one-point win over The Citadel, follows at 12.3. Center Joey Brooks is third in scoring (1 1 .9) and first in rebounds (8.1). S. CAROLINA at FLA. STATE Time: 7:30 p.m. at Leon County Civic Center. Tickets are available South Carolina: The Gamecocks are 13-6 overall and 3-2 in the Metro following a victory over Southern Mississippi Monday. Florida State: The 12th-ranked Seminoles are 18-2 overall and 6-1 in the Metro following a victory over Louisville Monday night. Key players: George McCloud leads Florida State, averaging 23 points per game. John Hudson is averaging 1 5.4 points per game to lead USC. Wheaton 66, Millikin 55 Wilmington, Ohio 73, Walsh 61 Wis.-Eau Claire 66, Wis.-Oshkosh 59 Wis.-Riv. Falls 81, Wis.-LaCrosse79 Wis. -Whitewater 80, Wis.-Platteville 78 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Monticello 86, Hendrix80 Austin Col. 86, Dallas 82 Fort Hays St. 90, NW Oklahoma 80 Oral Roberts 83, Arkansas St. 82, OT Schreiner 94, Trinity, Tex. 78 Texas A8.I 76, E. Texas St. 75 Wavland Baptist 84, Panhandle St. 81 Thomas scores 40 for NGC MONTREAT, N.C. Jimmy Thomas made 11 of 15 3-point goals en route to a 40-point game Tuesday night as North Greenville beat Montreat-Anderson, 100-67, in Western Carolina Junior College Conference basketball. "It's the most uncanny performance I've seen in my 10 years of coaching," said Mountie coach Rick Scruggs, who earlier in the day learned his club had risen from 15th to 12th in the latest national junior college rankings. Thomas was 9-for-10 from 3-point range in the first half as the Mounties (23-1) took a 52-27 half-time lead. Jon Hardin scored 16 points and caused a delay in play when he broke a backboard support on a breakaway slam dunk. NORTH GREENVILLE (100) Thomas 12 5 6 40 Murdaugh 4 0-09, Collier 2 0-0 4, Hardin 7 2-216, Pride 20-04, Martin 02-2 2, McFaddenl 1-13, Kirkland32-38, Nelson30-06, Toomer20-04, Reedl2-24,Totals3714-17100 MONTREAT ANDERSON (67) Brower 0 3-4 3, Wilson 5 2-2 13, Dunn 1 4-7 6, Fanney 0 2-2 2, Badgett 100-021, Blczio 1 0-02, Panned 3 0-0 8, Griggs 03-4 3, Petty 2 3-5 7, Dixon 10-02, Totals 2317-2367. Half NGC, 52-27. Total fouls NGC 20, Montreal 17. Fouled out Collier. Rebounds NGC 37 ( Hardin 13), Montreal 28 ( Fanney 8). Assists NGC 17 (Thomas 5), Montreal 17. Three-point goals NGC 12-18 (Thomas 11-15, Murdaugh 1-2, Pride 0-1). Montreal 4-8 (Pan-nell 2-3, Badgett 1-3, Wilson 1-2). Records NGC23-1 (8-l,7-l).Montreat)4-U (5-8) Anderson 91 Spartan. Meth. 87 ANDERSON Bobby Curtis scored 30 points for the Trojans in the WCJCC clash. SPARTANBURG (87) Troy Jordan 5 0-0 14, Glover 4 0-0 8, Chavers 4 0-0 8, Bryan Weather-ford 44-4 16, Williams 20-0 5, MacNellage 2 0-0 5, Melvin Davis 12 1-3 21, Vernon Redmond 4 2-3 10.Totals357-1087. ANDERSON (91) Forrington 3 0-0 6, English 30-06, Sifford 30-09, Warden Sims 4 4-8 12, Charles Edmondson 5 3-6 13, Singleton 2 0-0 5, Larry McCloud 5 0-0 10, Bobby Curtis 142-3 30. Totals 399-1791. Half Anderson, 47-43. Total Fouls SMC 20, Anderson 14. Fouled Out Chavers. Three-point Goals SMC 10 (Jordan 4, Weatherford 4), Anderson 4 (Sifford 3) . Rebounds Anderson 31 (McCloud 9). Assists Anderson 28 (Slms7). Records SMC8-13, Anderson 15-5. NGC women 59, Lees-McRae 57 LEES MCRAE (57) Harper 11, Floyd 4, Black man4, Hendricks 13, E lllott 10, Holly 15. NORTH GREENVILLE (59) Murray 10, Davis 2, Williams 11, Nimmons6, Nesbltt 12, Wrlghtll,Mack7. Half Tied 31-31. Total fouls Lees-McRae 15, North Greenville 11. Three-point goals Lees-McRaeO, North Greenville 2 (Murray 2-6). Records North Greenville 8-7.

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