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I' x FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1996 BOXINGSCOREBOARD THE RECORD 8-7 " Hm H S v.-iV EXT. 6000 ... i jr r r Willi I l m-mm mA.f '4 f J. ASSOCIATED PRESS Julio Cesar Chavez training In Las Vegas on Tuesday for his bout against Scott Walker, WBC's 26th-ranked super lightweight, tonight. Just tuning up for showdown The Associated Press LAS VEGAS, Nev. In a perfect fight promoter's world, Oscar De La Hoya and Julio Cesar Chavez would have sold their respective fights tonight at Caesars Palace as risky bouts against tough contenders eager to spoil their multimillion dollar paydays. Even with $9 million purses at stake, both have had trouble convincing even themselves that Dar-ryl Tyson and Scott Walker are anything more than warmups for their June 7 showdown. "He's not the strongest boxer, that's for sure," De La Hoya (20-0, 18 knockouts) said of Tyson (47-8-1), who has lost two of his last five fights. "If I had fought more often recently, this kid wouldn't last more than three, four rounds," Chavez (96-1-1, 78 knockouts) said of Walker (21-3-1), the WBC's 26th-ranked super lightweight. Chavez and De La Hoya are heavily favored to win tonight, so much so that promoter Bob Arum already has scheduled a Feb. 16 news conference in Mexico City to kick off promotion of their next fight. "That fight will break all records," said Chavez, who will be fighting his 100th pro bout. "I'm going to be very motivated for that fight." Getting motivated for the tun-eups has been more difficult. In Chavez' case, he's fighting a boxer who dubs himself the "Pink Cat," a string bean known as much for wearing gaudy pink trunks as for his biggest win, over a washed-up Alexis Arguello in January 1995. And De La Hoya all but admits he took Tyson as an opponent because he didn't want too tough a fight in his first bout at 140 pounds. Although Tyson is a re- SPORTS Giants sign Mel Hall SAN FRANCISCO - Former Yankees outfielder Mel Hall, who played the last three seasons in Japan, has agreed to a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants, the team said Thursday. The Giants also reached a minor league contract agreement with Malcolm Cepeda, the son of former Giants slugger Orlando Cepeda. Elsewhere in baseball, the Mets signed pitchers John Carter, Pete Walker, and Derek Wallace, and outfielder Terrell Lowery to one-year contracts. Triplett shares PGA lead SAN DIEGO - Kirk Triplett birdied seven straight holes during his round of 9-under-par 63 to tie Doug Martin and Tom Lehman after the first round of the Buick Invitational on Thursday. Triplett's run of birdies on the back nine of Torrey Pines North Course matched the best on the tour this year. Greg Norman also had seven straight in the final round of the season-opening Mercedes Championships on Jan. 7. Martin and Lehman each had seven birdies and an eagle on the easier North Course, which is 408 yards shorter than the South Course. Jeff Julian set a course and tournament record with an 8-under 28 on the back nine of the North Course, one stroke off the PGA Tour record for nine holes. Skinner wins pole DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -Mike Skinner, driving a Chevrolet Monte Carlo formerly used by Winston Cup star Dale Earnhardt, won the pole position Thursday for the ARCA 200 stock car race. Skinner, 38, the reigning NAS- x V Mercer likely to fight Lewis at the Garden The Associated Press NEW YORK - Lennox Lewis could fight Ray Mercer in May at Madison Square Garden, officials at HBO said Thursday. "We don't have a solid deal, but we're working on it for May 10," said Lou DiBella, senior vice president of HBO. "The Garden is the probable site." If the Lewis-Mercer fight is made, DiBella said, former heavyweight champions Evander Holyfield and Tim Witherspoon could appear in separate fights on the card, which would be televised by HBO. spectable journeyman, he is not to be confused with Mike Tyson. "He tries," De La Hoya said. "He's not a runner. He will fight. I have a game plan to box him, but we don't want to show too much against Tyson." De La Hoya's fight will be a 12-round non-title bout, for which he will earn about $1.75 million. Tyson, a 25-1 underdog, will get $75,000 to play the role of a possible spoiler. Chavez, a 16-1 favorite, will be fighting over the weight in a 10-round fight contracted at 144 pounds. De La Hoya, who gave up the WBO lightweight title to move up in weight, will fight first on the card, which will be on HBO beginning about 9:30 p.m. EST. CAR Craftsman Truck champion, turned a qualifying lap of 189.382 mph at Daytona International Speedway on the way to his first ARCA pole. Tim Steele, took the outside front row position for Sunday's race at 189.092 in a Ford Thunder-bird. Woosnam falls far behind SUN CITY, South Africa Ian Woosnam, chasing his -third straight title, wilted in the heat Thursday and finished six strokes behind the leaders in the opening round of the $600,000 Data Dimension Pro-Am golf tournament. Zimbabwe's Nick Price and Sven Struve'r of Germany led after the first round, shooting four-un-der 68s. Woosnam, fresh off PGA victories in Singapore and Perth, Australia, carded a 74. Runners, bettors set for meet RENO, Nev. Marcus O'Sulli-van is a 4-5 favorite to repeat his victory in the mile at tonight's Reno Air Games, the only track meet at which betting is legal and encouraged. It's the second straight year for wagering on the indoor meet that also features Gwen Torrence and Gail Devers in the women's 50 meters and Jackie Joyner-Kersee in the hurdles. The athletes must sign a waiver promising they won't bet on any races. Sign to Favre's town missing JACKSON, Miss. The small green highway sign marking the entrance to Brett Favre's hometown of Kiln is missing. Officials believe the culprit is likely an overzealous fan of the Green Bay Packers quarterback who was the NFL's MVP. Buick Invitational LA JOLLA, Calif. Soon with relation 10 par Thursday aller the first round of the $1.2 million Buick Invitational, played on two oourtes par 3-36 72, 7,000-yard South Coura and tha 6,692-yard North Court In lh Torrey Pin Oolt Club (a-dnot ama-law): Kirk Trlpfctt 34-2 3 - Tom Lhman 31-32 63 -9 Doug Martin 30-33 3 -9 Lnnl CImonta 29-35 64 -t Michael Bradloy 32-32 4 -8 John Wllion 3S-30 66 -7 Mark O'Meara 33-3265 -7 Taylor Smith 33-3265 -7 Clarenc Rom 30-3666 -6 Kelly Qlbaon 35-3166 -6 Maroo Dawton Keith Frgu Davit Lov III Scon Simpton Allen Doyt Adam Spring Jell Julian Stav Strieker Brad Faxon Duffy Waldorf -33-3366 -6 34-32-66 -6 33-33 66 -6 -32-3466 -6 -31-35-66 -33-3366 -6 -36-2866 -6 -33-3467 -8 -35-3267 -5 -33-3467 -5 -34-3367 -6 -33-3467 -5 -33-3467 -8 -32-3567 -8 -34-3367 -8 -32-3567 -6 -33-3568 -4 .34-3468 -4 Jay Haaa Joey Gulllon John Mahaffey Paul Azlnger Omar Uraatl Steva Jurgenten - Bob Lohr Dave Stockton Phil Blackmar John Adam Payne Stewart Steve Elklngton Fred Couplet Billy Maylalr Mark Calcavecchla Hal Sutton John Maglnnea Jerry Kelly Dan Foramen -32-3668 -4 -33-3568 -4 -34-3468 -4 -32-3668 -4 -33-3568 -4 -38-3368 -4 -33-3568 -4 -34-3468 -4 -34-3468 -4 -32-3668 -4 -32-3668 -4 -35-3368 -4 -31-3768 -4 -35-3368 -4 -33-3568 -4 -34-3468 -4 Bobby Wadklna . Jeaper Parnavlk Phil Mlckelaon . Rick Fehr Mike Springer Jim Gallagher Howard Twltty Pete Jordan . Hlsayuki Sasaki Billy Ray Brown - JoeySlndelar Gary McCord Mike Swartz Jade Work Mark Wlebe Dan Pohl John Cook Barry Lane Dlllard Prultt Charlie Rymer Guy Boros Nick Faldo -31-3768 -4 35-33 68 -4 33-35 68 -4 -33-3568 -4 -34-3669 -3 -36-3369 -3 33-36 69 -3 -35-3469 -3 -32-3769 -3 -33-3669 -3 -35-3469 -3 -36-3369 -3 -34-3569 -3 -36-3369 -3 -33-3669 -3 -34-3569 -3 -35-3469 -3 College basketball Fiwrltt Um Uitinlia PMHCETON 7 al Harvard Pennsylvania 3 al Dartmouth Brown 4 al Columbia at Cornell 1 Yale Idaho SI, 3 al E, Washington al Idaho 4 Boise SI, i at Santa Clara 17 San Diego al SI, Mary's 5 San Fran. BASEBALL MET8 Signed John Carter, Pete Walker, Derek Wallace, pitchers, and Terrell Lowery, outfielder, to one-year contracts. Atlanta Brave Agreed to terms with Jermaine Dye and Lee Daniels, outfielders, and Terrell Wade, pitcher, on one-year contracts. Boalon Red Sot Signed Wll Cordero, Inflelder, to a contract for the 1997 season with an option year. California Angela Agreed to terms with Eduardo Perez, Inflelder, and Ken Edenfleld, pitcher. Cleveland Indiana Agreed to terms with Dave Gallagher, outfielder, on a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. Houston Astros Named Leslie Leary assistant to the director ol player development. San Francisco Giants Signed Mel Hall, outfielder, and Malcolm Cepeda, first baseman, to minor-league contracts. Seattle Mariners Agreed to terms with Dean Crow, Tim Harlkkala, Derek Lowe and Paul Men-hart, pitchers; Glomar Guevara, Desl Relaford and Andy Sheets, inflelders, to one-year contracts. Toronto Blue Jaya Agreed to terma with Mike Gordon, Ken Robinson, Mark Seivert, and Jose Sitva, pitchers: D.J. Boston, Tllson Brlto, and Carlos Delgado, Inlielders; Angel Ramirez and Shannon Stewart, outfielders; and Julio Mosquera, catcher. BASKETBALL KNICKS Traded Charles Smith and Monty Williams, lorwards, to the San Antonio Spurs for Brad Lohaus, center, J.R. Reld, forward, and a 1996 first-round draft pick. USA Basketball Named Eric Nesbltt general counsel and assistant executive director lor business affairs. FOOTBALL Pittsburgh Stealers Named Mike Mularkey tight ends coach. Dave Winfield's career statistics Regular season ab r h hr rbl avg 1973 SD 141 9 39 3 12.277 1974 SD 498 57 132 20 75 .265 1975 SD 509 74 136 15 76 .267 1976 SD 492 81 139 13 69 .283 1977 SD 615 104 169 25 92 .275 1978 SD 587 88 181 24 97 .308 1979 SD 597 97 184 34 118.308 1980 SD 597 89 154 20 87 .276 1981 YANKS 388 52 114 13 68 .294 1982 YANKS 539 84 151 37 106 .280 1983 YANKS 598 99 169 32 116.283 1984 YANKS 567 106 193 19 100 .340 1985 YANKS 633 105 174 26 114.275 1986 YANKS 565 90 148 24 104 .262 1987 YANKS 575 S3 158 27 97 .275 1988 YANKS 559 96 180 25 107 .322 1989 YANKS Injured - did not play 1990 YANKS 61 7 13 2 6 .213 1990 Cal 414 63 114 19 72.275 1991 Cal 568 75 149 28 86 .262 1992 Tor 583 92 169 26 108 .290 1993 Mln 547 72 148 21 76 .271 1994 M!n 294 35 74 10 43 .252 1995 Cle 115 11 22 2 4.191 TOTALS 11,003 1,669 3,110 468 1433 .263 Division Series ab r h hr rbl avg 1981 vs Mil 20 2 7 0 0 .350 League Championship Sanaa ab r h hr rbl avg 1981 va Oak 13 2 2 0 2 .154 1992 vs Oak 24 7 6 2 3 .250 TOTALS 37 t t i 8 .216 World SerlM ab r h hr rM avg 1981 vs LA 22 0 1 0 1 .045 1992 vs AH 22 0 5 0 3 .227 TOTALS 44 6 9 4 .138 World Championships At Ruhpolding, Germany WOMEN 7$K sprint 1. Ofga Romasko, Russia, 22 minutes, 30.5 seconds: 2. Ann Elan Skjelbreid, Norway. 22:49.9 (1 pen-laty loop): 3. Magdalene WaWn, Sweden. 22:52.5; 4. Gallna Kukleva, Russia. 22:53.1 (1); 5. Corlnno Mo-grM. Franca, 23:13.5 (1); 6. Hadegunn Mlkkelsplaat, Norway. 23:16.1; 7. Uv Greta Skjalbrald. Norway, 23:18.2(1). .38-3369 -1 .35-34-69 .37-32-69 -1 .38-3469 -1 .34-36-69 -3 .34-3869 -3 Greg Kralt .37-32-69 -3 .33-36-69 -3 -35-3469 -3 a-Charley Hoffman , Scott Dunlap OannyBrlgga .34-38-69 -3 .34-3569 -3 Gary Ruanak Jim MeCjovem, OradeH . M-M 74 i Ford Open ADELAIDE, Australia Leading icorea Thursday altar tha first round ol tha 8226,000 Ford Open, played on tha par-72, 6,716-yard Kooyonga Gotl Club course: Bradley Hugh, Australia , Glenn Joyner, Australia Greg Chalmers, Australia . . 67 . 67 . 69 . 70 .70 . 70 .71 . 71 . 71 . 72 . 72 . 74 . 74 . 75 . 76 . 76 . 77 . 77 . 78 . 78 . 78 . 79 Leith Wast!, Australia Stphn Sethi, New Zealand , Michael Long, New Zealand David Iwaaakl-Smlth, Australia . Stuart Bouvler, Australia Don Fardon, Auatralla Doug Dunakey, United Statea Jean-Louis Quepy, Franca Brian Wright, United Statea Greg Norman, Australia Perry Mota, United Statea Ben Jackson, England Peter Teravalnan, United Statea Carl Robinson, England Rick Gibson, Canada Clark Dennla, United Statea Jack Kay, Canada Jack O'Keele, United Statea . Scott Gardner, United Statea . Dimension Data Pro-Am SUN CITY, South Africa Leading scores Thursday altar the first round ol tha 8600,000 Dimension Data Pro-Am tournament on the par-72, 7,236-yard Loat City course and the par-72, 7,484-yard Gary Player Country Club course: Sven Struver, Germany 68 Nick Price, Zimbabwe 68 Mark McNulty, Zimbabwe 69 Brendan Pappaa, South Africa 69 Richard Kaplan, South Alrksa 69 Schalk van der Merwe, South Africa Paul Lawrle, Scotland Dea Terblanche, South Africa Mike Christie, United States i Alexander Ceka, German I Rodney Butcher, United States Marco Gortana, Italy Mats Hallberg, Sweden Chris Davison, South Africa Phillip Price, Wales Clinton Whltelaw, South Africa . Costantlno Rocca, Italy Frank Nobllo, New Zealand Ian Woosnam, Wales . 73 . 73 . 74 . 79 David Feherty, Northern Ireland j Andrew Magaa , Brad Bryant David Edwarda , Peter Jeoobeen , John Hutlon MlkeHulbert NBA All-Stir Kim Sill1!! Al Sil Ailiill Fulfill mm ijuwhi East 4 at West ! NHL ; Fmrlli Giilt UiHrsis al Colorado Hartford Vancouver Ev-1 al Edmonton Copyright 1996 World Features Syndicate, Inc. Montreal (Canadian Football League) Named Bob Price coach. HOCKEY Buffalo Sabre Sent Brian Hofzlnger, center, to Rochester ol the AHL Colorado Avalanche Reassigned Aaron Ellis, goaltender, from Cornwall of the AHL to Brantlord of the Colonial Hockey League, and Brent Brekke, defenaeman, from Cornwall of the AHL to Dayton of the ECHL. Dallas 8tars Sent Robert Petrovicky, forward, to Michigan of the IHL. Edmonton Oilers Recalled Ralph Intranuovo, left wing, and Greg DeVrles, defenaeman, Irom Cape Breton ol the AHL. Sent Ryan Smith, left wing, to Cape Breton of the AHL for conditioning. Hartford Whaler Recalled Manny Legace, goal-tender, from Springfield of the AHL. Pittsburgh Penguins Sent Len Barrle, center, to Cleveland ol the IHL. San Jos Sharks Recalled Alexel Yegorov, center, Irom Kansaa City ol the IHL Sent Larry Dyck, goalie, to Kansas City. Winnipeg Jala Placed Igor Korolev, left wing, on Injured reserve. COLLEGE Cincinnati Named Tim Becker assistant athletic director lor operations. C.W. Post Named Brian Collins defensive coordinator, and Sean Haaa women's volleyball coach. Middle Tenne Stat Named Colette Gllllgan women's soccer coach. Northeast Louisiana Named Gary Glassman women's tennis coach. St. John's Named T.J. Nolan assistant athletic director lor lundraislng and development. UNLV Announced Jim Bolla, women's basketball coach, will retire after the season. Urslnus Announced the approval ol varsity status lor women's soccer beginning In 1996. PBA Reno Open At Rene, Nev. Standlnga attar fifth round I, Walter Ray Williams Jr., 13-3, 8,667; 2, Norm Duke, 9-6-1, 8,112; 3, Mike Miller, 11-4-1, 8.090; 4, Dave Husted, 7-9, 8,088; 5, Dave Arnold. 1 0-6, 8,043; 6, Tim Criss. 8-8, 8,015; 7, Parker Bonn m, Jackson, 11-5, 7,993; 8, Dave D'Entremont, 11-5, 7,928; 9, Hugh Miller, 8-8, 7,866; 10, Steve Jaros, 10-6, 7,850. I I , Andy Neuer, 9-7, 7,847; 1 2, Justin Hromek, 7-9, 7,832; 13, John Gant, 9-7, 7,812; 14, Alx Arlzala, 8-8, 7,801; 15, Jess Stayrook, 4-12, 7,767; 16 (tie), Rick Berry, 8-8, and Greg Kemp, 8-8, 7,694; 18, Rick Eaa-ley, 6-10, 7,692; 19, Dennis Horan, 7-9, 7,628; 20, Ed Richardson, 7-9, 7,609. 21, John Mazza, 7-9, 7,605; 22, Don Sylvia, 4-12, 7,497; 23, Bob Belmont, 4-12, 7,476; 24, Larry Stephens, 5-11, 7,430. 300 games (fifth round) Dave DEntremont and Steve Jaroa. LPBT Clabber Girl Open At Terra Haute, bid. Results Thursday from the championship round of the $70,000 LPBT Clabber Girl Greater Terre Haute Open, with pintail totals and prize money: 1, Jackie Sellers, DuBota, Pa., 656 pin (3 game) $10,000. 2, Darria Street, Fresno, Calif., 201 pine (1 game) 85,500. 3, Wendy Macpnerson, Henderson, Nev.. 214 pint (1 game) $3,800. 4, Anne Mane Dug-gan, Edmond, Okla., 433 pins (2 games) $3,000. 5, Liz Johnson, Niagara Falls, N.Y., 193 pins (1 game) $2,600. Anne Mane Duggan del. Uz Johnson, 221-193; Jackie Sellers del. Duggan, 219-212; Seller! def. Wendy Macpnerson, 223-214. Championship Seller def. Darria Street, 214-201. Busch Clash lineup At Daytona Beach, Fla. Lineup lor the Sunday's 18th annual Buach Clash at the Daytona tnterntlonal Speedway, with driver, hometown and type of car (positions picked by random draw): 1. Rick Mast Rockbridge Bathe. Va.. Pontlac Grand Prbq 2- Bobby Labonte, Trinity, N.C., Chevrolet Mont Carlo: 3. Darrsl Wattrtp, Frank Hn. Term., Chevrolet Mom Carlo; 4. Starling Martin. Columbia. Term., Chevrolet Monte Carlo-. 5. Ted Muegrev, Troutman, N.C, Ford Inundarbird; 6. Ricky Rudd, Lake Norman, N.C, Ford TNinderbtrd: 7. Kan Schrader, Concord, N.C, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, FRI. Feb. 9 SAT. Feb. 10 SUN. Feb. 11 tTTt W ANA ILJA 3:00 7:30 JJ Ch. 6 SC lllf OEV T.B. : MON SM 3:00 1:30 7:30 Lal Ch. 5 MSG MSG yrAv ANA OTT CAL fflmk 1:00 7:30 7:30 wjP sc sc ; sc ' fOS NBA INO IND WtT ALL- 7:30 7:30 STAR SC SC jjMJt GAME IhA I J' 6:00 8:00 V Ch' 4 MSG Shaded boxes Indicate home games. TODAY Men's basketball Louisiana Tech at Western Kentucky, 7:30 p.m., ESPN2 Women's basketball Southern Mississippi at DePaul, 9:30 p.m., ESPN2 Bowling Reno Open, 8 p.m., ESPN Golf Senior Challenge, 2 p.m., ESPN Buick Invitational, 4 p.m., ESPN Tennis Davis Cup first round: Mexico vs. USA, delayed telecast, 12:30 a.m., ESPN Auto racing ARCA qualifying, 1 p.m., ESPN2 Boxing Oscar De La Hoya vs. Darryl Tyson, junior welterweights, 9:30 p.m., HBO SATURDAY Hockey Anaheim Mighty Ducks at Islanders, 1 p.m., SC Rangers at Devils, 3 p.m., Ch. 5, WABC 770, WFAN 660 Buffalo Sabres at Toronto Maple Leafs, 7:30 p.m., ESPN2 Men's basketball Villanova at Rutgers, noon, MSG, WOR 710, WCTC 1450 Virginia Tech at Xavier, noon, ESPN Maryland at Florida State, noon, US. Nationals At Orlando, Fla. (All distances In motere) WOMEN 200 Individual medley 1, Shannon Cullen, Red-lands, Calif.. 2 mlnutea, 18.61 seconds. 2, Summer Sanders, Rosevllle, Calif., 2:18.70. 3, Erika Acutl, Gladwyne, Pa, 2:18.81. 4, Cristlna Teuscher, New Rochelle, N.Y., 2:19.58. 5, Elaine Schwartz, Mount Laurel, N.J., 2:19.86. 6, Shelly Ripple, Baton Rouge, La, 2:19.97. 7, Corrle Murphy, Seattle, 2:20.42. 8, Jllen Slroky, Charlotte, N.C, 2:20.56. 400 freestyle 1, Brooke Bennett, Tampa, Fla., 4:12.66. 2, Sum Chiba, Japan, 4:13.52. 3, Lauren Titles, Portland, Ore., 4:14.24. 4, Jessica Foschi, Old Brookvllle, N.Y., 4:14.59. 5, Trlna Jackson, Jacksonville, Fla., 4:18.24. 5, Sandra Cam, Belgium, 4:18.24. 7, Cristlna Teuscher, New Rochelle, N.Y., 4:18.78. 8, Ashley Whitney, Jacksonville, Fla, 4:20.80. 100 breaatstroke 1, Jllen Slroky, Charlotte, N.C, 1:11.45. 2, Ashley Roby, Atlanta, 1:12.04. 3, Katie Hathaway, Charlotte, N.C, 1:12.10. 4, Butty Nelson, Amerlcus, Qa., 1:12.93. 5, Susie Oeyer, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. 1:13.05. 6, Whitney Leatherwood, Atlanta, 1:13.16. 7, Riley Manta, Canada, 1:13.96. 8, Allison Lloyd, Fort Wayne, Ind., 1:14.22. 200 backstroke 1, Whitney Hedgepeth, Rocky Mount, N.C, 2:13.10. 2, Barbara Bedlord, Etna, N.H., 2:15.80. 3, Shelly Ripple, Baton Rouge, La, 2:18.28. 4 (tie), Alecia Humphrey, Poughkeepsle, N.Y., and Erin Schatz, Agoura Hills, Calif., 2:18.47. 6, Courtney Ti nitrons, Gainesville, Fla, 2:18.86. 7, Beth Barr, Pensa-cofa, Fla., 2:18.92. 8, Corrle Murphy, Seattle, 2:19.09. 50 freestyle 1, Angel Martino, Amerlcus, Ga., 25.45 seconds. 2, Amy Van Oyken, Englewood, Colo., 25.71. 3, Suzu Chiba, Japan, 26.19. 4, Laura Petru-tyte, Lithuania, 26.22. 5, Brooke Davey, Hopewell Junction, N.Y., 26.40. 6, Catherine Fox, Kansas City, L Big East standings Big East W L Pet. W L Pet. Connecticut 12 0 1.000 22 1 .957 Villanova 10 2 .833 19 3 .864 Boston College 7 4 .636 14 5 .737 West Virginia 3 9 .250 8 12 .400 St. John's 2 9 .182 8 11 .421 Notre Dame 2 9 .182 7 12 .368 Big East 7 W L PcL W L Pet Georgetown 9 3 .750 19 4 .826 Syracuse 7 5 .583 17 6 .739 Seton Hall 6 6 .500 10 10 .500 Miami 5 6 .455 11 8 .579 Providence 5 7 .417 12 8 .600 Pittsburgh 4 7 .364 9 10 .474 Rutgers 3 8 .273 6 13 .316 Tuesday's scores Connecticut 99 Manhattan 65 Miami 68 Providence 77 Notre Dame 44 . West Virginia 65 Wedneeday'o scores Rutgers 70 .Seton Hall 61 .Pittsburgh 67 . St John's 73 Syracuse 73 Boston College 89 Saturday's gimtw Villanova at Rutgers, noon Georgetown at Syracuse, 2 p.m. Pittsburgh at Providence, 4 p.m. Boston College at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Sunday's games West Virginia at Seton Hall, noon St John's at Notre Dame, 1 p.m. Thursday's men's scores EAST Beaver 103 W. Maryland 87 Boston u 79 Hartford 65 Brandets 93 Amherst 84 Brooklyn CoL 95 Pratt 52 Bryant 72 Qumnipiac 67 CakfwBl92 Canislus 60 Clark U 61 Gettysburg 79 . Goucher 109 Huston 107 lorta 77 Marttt 104 Wilmington (Del.) 74 SienaS5 MIT S4 Johns Hopkins 69 . Mary Washington 83 Makte-MacMaa 81 Niagara 69 Long Island U 74 TUE. Feb. 13 WED. THU. Feb. 14 Feb. 15 ESPN2 Georgia Tech at North Carolina, 2 p.m., 2 p.m., Ch. 7 Georgetown at Syracuse, 2 p.m., Ch. 2 La Salle at George Washington, 2 p.m., MSG Texas-El Paso at New Mexico, 3 p.m., ESPN Clemson at Virginia, 4 p.m., ESPN2 Kansas at Missouri, 4 p.m., SC Pittsburgh at Providence, 4 p.m., MSG Mississippi State at Oklahoma, 4 p.m., Ch. 2 Hofstra at Drexel, 8 p.m., SC Oregon St. at Washington, 10:30 p.m., SC Women's basketball Seton Hall at Connecticut, 2 p.m., WSOU 89.5 Ramapo at William Paterson, 2 p.m., WGHT 1500 Golf Buick Invitational, 3:30 p.m., Ch. 4 Senior Challenge, 6 p.m., ESPN Auto racing Daytona 500 Practice, 11 a.m., ESPN2 Tennis Davis Cup first round: Mexico vs. USA, delayed telecast, 12:30 a.m., ESPN Boxing Felix Trinidad vs. Rodney Moore, welterweights, 9:30 p.m., SHO Sports shows Reno Indoor Games, 2 p.m., Ch. 4 Wide World of Sports, 4:30 p.m., Ch.7 All-Star Saturday, 7 p.m., TNT Mo., 26.54. 7, Melanle Morgan, Pittsburgh, 26.71. 8, Sandy Nellson-Bell, Austin, Texas, 26.95. MEN 200 Individual medley 1, Ron Karnaugh, Maple-wood, N.J., 2:03.13. 2, Qreg Burgess, Jacksonville, Fla., 2:04.11. 3, Attlla Czene, Hungary, 2:04.43. 4, Paul Nelson, Lincoln, Neb., 2:05.95. 5, Piotr Florczyk, Mission Vlejo, Calif, 2:05.97. 6, Sean Maxwell, Troy, N.Y., 2:06.36. 7, Eric Namesnlk, Butler, Pa., 2:06.37. 8, Bart Wlckard, Fort Wayne, Ind., 2:07.03. 400 freestyle 1, Josh Davis, San Antonio, 3:55.63. 2, Yann deFabrlque, France, 3:58.55. 3, Lawrence Frostad, Sacramento, Calif., 3:58.79. 4, Steven Neebe, Chapel Hill, N.C, 3:59.10. 5, Peter Wright, Delran, N.J., 4:00.39. 6, Steven Brown, Reno, Nev., -4:00.68. 7, Tim Martin, La Palma, Calif., 4:02.25. 8, Dominik Matuzewtcz, La Canada, Calif., 4:06.46. 100 breaststroke 1, Seth van Neerden, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 1:03.24. 2, Norbert Rozsa, Hungary, 1:03.34. 3, Eric Wunderlich, Atlanta, 1:03.98. 4, Attlla Zubor, Hungary, 1:04.07. 5, Max Dersch, Decatur, Ga., 1:04.34. 6, Paul Nelsen, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 1:04.85. 7, Elvln Chla, Malaysia, 1:05.13. 8, Raleigh Faust, Gainesville, Fla., 1:05.39. 200 backstroke 1, Tripp Schwenk, Sarasota, Fla., 2:02.57. 2, Beau Wlebel, Boonsboro, Md 2:04.53. 3, Greg Burgess, Jacksonville, Fla., 2:04.78. 4, Jason Webb, Philadelphia, 2:05.01. 5, Attlla Czene, Hungary, 2:05.35. 6, Piotr Florczyk, Mission Vlejo, Calif., 2:06.55. 7, Jeff Somensatto, Annandale, Va., 2:07.35. 8, Spencer Hawkina, Boston, 2:08.53. 50 freestyle 1, David Fox, Raleigh, N.C, 22.73. 2, Ralmundas Mazuolis, Lithuania, 22.82. 3, BID Pilczuk, Cape May Point, N.J., 22.94. 4, Ed Wagner, Boston, 23.05. 5, Bart Kizierowski, Mission Vlejo, Calif., 23.06. 6, Todd Pace, Fort Lauderdale, Fla, 23.35. 7, Dean Hutchinson, Delran, N.J., 23.49. t, Jason Roeen-baum, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 23.72. American Intl. 64 St. Joseph's (N.Y.) 51 Dominican (N.Y.) 83 Illinois 58 Mt. St. Vincent 105 Nyack 89 Robert Morris 66 Rochester Tech 89 Salem St. 99 St. Francis (Pa.) 85. Telkyo-Post 82 . Temple 60 Tufts 99 Vermont 77 Wagner 63 Cortland St 74 WestfleW St 92 Monmouth 72 Phlla Pharmacy 80 St. Joseph's 58 Mass.-Boston 72 Northeastern 64 SOUTH Austin Peay 85-CampbeH 53 Samford 69 Stetson 50 Mercer 77 . Cent Florida 65 Centenary 87 Coll. ol Charleston 69 . Memphis 68 Oral Roberts 89 SE Louisiana 91 SW Louisiana 65 Virginia 84 W. Carolina 84 N.C. Charlotte 56 . Tennessee Tech 74 .Georgia St 86 South Alabama 48 . N. Carolina St 82 (2 OT) Wofford 72 Creighton 68 llllnoia St 97 Indiana St 85 . La Salle at Dayton, pod. N. llllnoia 98 Wla-Mllwaukee 97 S. Wools 63 N. Iowa 80 Drake 83 m.-Chicago 90 . Cleveland St 84 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Llttle Rock 69 New Orleans 68 Arkansas St 46 Texas-Pan American 38 Thursday's women's scores EAST Faklelgh Dickinson 65 Ramapo 38 Cot. ol Charleston ( Duke 85 . Cant Florida 66 . WakeForeetM CampbeiM . McNeeeaSt 50 . SE Missouri 84 . Chicago St 53 SE Louisiana 66 SW Texas St 62 . Tenn. -Martin 86 Troy St 80 NMDWEST Butler 87 , WtaLFfflVMlAW 00 SOUTHWEST Stephen F.Austin 109 i Tmxm 63 MON. Feb. 12 ,4fcipeJ(Bes!!elXaa JlaVaVatiBlka

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