The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on December 13, 1993 · 37
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.MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1993 COLLEGE BASKETBALLCOLLEGE FOOTBALL THE RECORD D-3 S t. John jLapchick again From news service reports St. John's won the Joe Lapchick Memorial Tourament for the 19th consecutive year, beating Hofstra, 70-42, Sunday at Alumni Hall behind 14 points from Shawnelle Scott and 12 from Charles Min-)end. I Ron Ogden's jumper gave Hos-tra (1-5) its only lead at 8-6 with 15:38 remaining in the first half. $t. John's (4-2) went on a 21-5 ran as Minlend scored six points and Derek Brown scored five, taking a 527-13 lead with 5:40 left in the half. ' St. John's led 34-21 at halftime land 50-32 with 9:08 to go. Lee .Greene's jumper then started a 13- St. John's 70, Hofstra 42 SUNDAY NIGHT ItOFSTRA ' Parsons 1-7 5-4 7, Ooden 2-5 3-4 7, Carpenter 0-1 e-0 0, Shatter 2-5 5-6 , Mavroukas 3-9 0-1 1, Burton 1-1 0-0 2, Tilus 1-4 0-0 2, English 1-6 0-2 2, Cosarove 3-0 1-1 7, Paris! 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 14-46 14-20 42. T-Mlnlend 4-5 2-2 10, Lvson 2-4 0-0 6, S.ScoM 6-10 2-f 14, D.Brown 4-8 0-0 , J.Scolt 0-5 3-4 3, Luvk 1-2 2-t 5, M Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Small 1-1 0-0 3, Green 1-2 0-2 3, Bavne 2-2 0-0 4, Barrel! 1-2 0-0 2, Beckett 1-2 0-0 J, Mltarlfonna 0-0 0-0 0. McLeod 4-5 2-2 10. Totals 27-49 11-18 70. , HaMlme-ST. JOHN'S 34, Hofstra 21. Three-point goals Hofstra 0-5 (Titus 0-1, Mavroukas 0-4), ST. JOHN'S 5-13 (Lvson 2-4, Luvk 1-1, Small 1-1, D.Brown 1-2, M.Brown 0-1, J.Scott 0-4). Fouled out None. Rebounds Hofstra 29 (Cosgrove 8), ST. JOHN'S 31 (S.Scot) 8). Assists Hofstra 9 (Parsons 5), ST. JOHN'S 21 (D.Brown, J.Scott 5). Total fouls Hofstra 15, ST. JOHN'S 19. A-4,799. Knight happy in return from suspension The Associated Press ; BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Damon Bailey made his coach's return a lot easier to handle. ; Out of the doghouse at least until the Big Ten considers his courtside tirade last week Bob Knight returned to the Indiana bench Saturday night after a one-game suspension. Bailey welcomed Knight back with 29 points in a 79-64 victory over Washington State for the Indiana Classic championship. "What a start Damon Bailey has had, not just with his scoring," Knight said on his weekly television show Sunday. r. Bailey, the tournament's most valuable player with 49 points in two games, is averaging 23 points and 4 assists for the season both team highs. "He seems to be enjoying playing hard," Knight said. AUTOMOTIVE CREDIT CURE "Call Me Any Make-Any Model If you've been turned down by another dealer, I can help you! 1 Hr. Approvals In Most Cases REVOLUTIONARY DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Get up to $2500.00 to use toward your .down payment. Plus, we'll be fair! 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"To come off that and play right away is a tough proposition. There isn't anything harder in basketball than coming off an emotional game, a E ASTON, SCORE BIG THIS HOLIDAY. 0 C3 OFF reg. retail price ALL EAST0N GLOVES & BATS "V . ' - -' 3!! 'fat':' J'"l"a rf'f, a Kx myA Trophy & Sporting Goods 862 Kearny Ave., Kearny 991-4300 1 THE NEW ICnO TAC 550 O 77 Mpmnrv O Rattprv Signal & Charger 7 3 Vtrennth Motor nr nrlorl O Battery w -i " Level Indicator I TV 1 4 U . tf i f: game like the Indiana-Kentucky games have almost always been." Washington State was another big test, he said. "The first thing I wrote down is, 'They'll play with patience,'" he said of his preparation for the Cougars. He said he knew Indiana would be "in a different game" from what the Hoosiers had seen so far in the season. STRIPE PULLOVERS $7999 Reg. $110.00 HOLIDAY HOURS: M-F 10-8 Sat. 10-5 Sun. 10-4 even though we are offering mu utMUMUHin, mu v.uulu DCTUt I ACTTlllCl - !,?X ""r:- me i i i 111 's:. I QB Sacca shopping for his new school From news service reports DELRAN When September began, he was the starting quarterback for one of the nation's premier college teams. But when John Sacca's relationship with Penn State coach Joe Paterno went sour, Sacca said goodbye. Three months later, the former Delran High School star, who was courted by several big-name universities five years ago before choosing Penn State, is knocking on the doors of Division I-AA colleges, looking for a team. Sacca, 22, insists he is not a quitter. But enough is enough, says Sacca, who said he left rather than sit the bench. "I earned the job," Sacca told The Philadelphia Inquirer. But "when you take a coach with Joe Paterno's reputation, people are going to side with him." Sacca got off to an impressive start when he threw for 274 yards and four touchdowns in the opener against Minnesota. The next week he was slightly off the mark, but Ohio St. lineman killed The Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio - Ohio State defensive end Jayson Gwinn died early Sunday in a two-car collision after leaving a nightclub where a teammate had been shot. Gwinn, 20, was pronounced dead at about 3 a.m. at the accident scene on a corner of two streets near the university's Woody Hayes Athletic Facility. Shortly before the crash, Gwinn had helped teammate Marvin "Obie" Stillwell, who was shot once in the buttocks, police said. Detective Patrick Dorn said the shooting occurred in a parking lot outside the Faze 2 nightclub near campus. Stillwell was shot about 2:30 a.m. Gwinn's car was going north on Olentangy River Road and collided with a car driven by another Underground Tank Insurance Nelson-Patterson 201-262-1431 Wow's the time to buy a EViOTOEROLA cellular (pi) MOTOROLA AMEHCASEHE3 Authon?eJ RtaMr v ) r - CI 34634 "No Oecten W fserv m hght imft auarrfit, fceot m CA pnees avo3bte to new cusfOfTrs wx octrvote wm fefed comer vougri Seers MwTHjfn service feaueri wmouf octTvafHDo. odd S3O0 per phone. Avortab r most kxgef store See store kx detos the team won, 21-20, against Southern Cal. But Paterno pulled Sacca from the Iowa game after Sacca missed five of his first six passes. The Lions were leading 3-0, and Sacca was on the phone with quarterback coach Dick Anderson when Paterno approached and told him he was putting in Kerry Collins for a series. The series turned into the rest of the game as Sacca seethed on the sidelines. Paterno said afterward that he had planned to play Collins regardless of how well Sacca had played. "When I saw that comment, it indicated to me his decision was premeditated," Sacca said. "The thing is, if I'd continued and still kept posting terrible numbers, I could have accepted being pulled. But at that point? When you're ahead? A lot of coaches stick with their quarterbacks for a while." Sacca is considering playing for Rhode Island, Eastern Kentucky, or Idaho. Ohio State student, Keri Adams, 21, of Dayton, who was headed eastbound on Lane Avenue, said officer Andrea Barrett of the accident investigation division. Adams was in fair condition Sunday at University Medical! Center. There were no passengers in either car. No charges have been filed. Stillwell, a sophomore lineback-; er from Mansfield, was in good condition at the hospital. Ohio State coach John Cooper said: "Our hearts are heavy. Our ; prayers and thoughts go out to the family. 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