Star-Bulletin Sports


Wednesday, November 24, 1999


C O L L E G E _ B A S K E T B A L L




Associated Press
Florida guard Teddy Dupay, left, grabs a rebound
in front of Purdue forward Brian Cardinal.



Purdue earns
a date with
No. 5 Carolina

The No. 24 Boilermakers
knock off No. 7 Florida and
will meet the Tar Heels in the title
game of the Maui Invitational today

Hawaii teams

By Pat Bigold
Star-Bulletin

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LAHAINA -- Billy Donovan said after his No. 7 Florida Gators rallied to beat unranked Utah State Monday that they were rated too high in the polls.

The media may not have believed Donovan, but Purdue coach Gene Keady apparently did.

His No. 24 Boilermakers (2-0) put four starters in double figures and pounded Florida, 79-68, to earn the right to play No. 5 North Carolina (2-0) in today's 5:30 p.m. championship game of the 16th Maui Invitational.

Ed Cota was held to two points and two assists, and committed five turnovers in the first half of North Carolina's 85-79 victory over Georgetown. But the senior point guard rallied the Tar Heels from a 37-26 deficit in the second half by scoring 18 points to go with five assists and zero turnovers.

It was the Hoyas' first loss against 21 wins in games played in Hawaii, dating back to the 1982-83 season.

The Gators (2-1) will play the unranked Hoyas (2-1) today at 2:30 p.m. for third place.

"We may have top-five talent but we are definitely not a top five team," said Donovan, who has added four McDonald's All-Americans to his roster in the past two years. "We're not even a top 20 team."

Donovan said he planned to make it a "track meet" and wear out the Boilermakers in the steamy civic center. "But we never played our style, which is to wear down people by making them guard us," he said.

Donovan said the way Florida beat Florida State last week had him think he had "a devastating basketball team."

"But in two days here, we have yet to play our style," said Donovan. "We're shooting 40 percent from the field in three games, and we're shooting about 30 percent from the 3-point line because we have people who want to take bad shots. We have the best front court since I've been here and the ball never goes inside."

Donovan sat his much-heralded point guards for much of the game.

Starter Teddy Dupay, a sophomore, got only 19 minutes and freshman backup Brett Nelson only five.

"We pressured them (Gator guards) some and played some of our matchup against them," said Keady whose starting lineup had four seniors and one junior.

Purdue forward Brian Cardinal ignited the Boilermakers with his physical play. Purdue's 13-7 run to close the half gave them a 39-34 lead at the break.

"He (Cardinal) plays hard and I couldn't be prouder," said Keady of Cardinal, who scored nine points, grabbed 11 rebounds and handed out five assists.

"I just go out there and battle and try to abuse their weaknesses, if they have any," Cardinal said.

Greg McQuay scored 14 of his 19 points in the second half to help Purdue break it open. Teammate Carson Cunningham scored 11 points and had 10 assists.

NORTH CAROLINA 85, GEORGETOWN 79: The Tar Heels hurt themselves with a 4-to-17 assist-to-turnover ratio in the first half against the Hoyas.

But with good ballhandling by Cota and others, Carolina turned it over just twice in the second half.

North Carolina coach Bill Guthridge said he figured it would take 15 minutes to get back into the game after his team trailed by 11 at the half.

"I think Ed did a real good job of getting the tempo going in the second half," he said. "And I think our defense did a good job in getting the rebounds and getting the break going."

As he did in Monday's win over USC, Cota came alive to score and create plays when the Tar Heels needed them most.

"In the first half, I backed off him because I guess he was just looking to run his team," said Georgetown's Kevin Braswell (17 points), who guarded Cota.

"But in the second half he took control and proved he was the leader of Carolina. He penetrated a lot and we just couldn't stop him."

Cota and 7-footer Brendan Haywood led the Tar Heels in scoring with 20 apiece, while Joseph Forte had 17 and Jason Capel 12.

USC 92, Memphis 65: Brandon Granville scored 19 points and set a school and tournament record with 15 assists as the Trojans (2-1) beat the Tigers (0-2).

Granville broke the Maui record of 14 assists set by Mark Rodrigues of Chaminade against Davidson in the inaugural tournament in 1984 and matched by George Robinson of Northeastern against Loyola Marymount in 1990.

The school record was also 14, first set by Larry Friend against Texas in 1986 and tied by Stais Boseman in 1996.

Utah St. 70, Chaminade 48: Shawn Daniels scored 16 points and the Aggies (2-1) held the Silverswords (0-2) to 22 percent shooting.

Curtis Bobb added 12 points, all on 3-pointers, for Utah State, which lost starting center Dimitri Jorssen to a sprained ankle early in the second half.

Marcus Murphy had 15 points and Deionta Hagwood added 13 for the Silverswords, whose record in the tournament fell to 3-42.


Last-second
goaltending
lifts Pepperdine
over Fresno State

Staff and wire reports

Tapa

FRESNO, Calif. -- Tezale Archie scored with six-tenths of a second left in the game to give Pepperdine a 70-68 victory over Western Athletic Conference favorite Fresno State last night.

The Bulldogs (1-1) tied the game with eight seconds left as Melvin Ely made one of two free throws. Ely then blocked Archie's final shot but was called for goaltending.

The Waves (2-0) rallied from a 40-37 halftime deficit to take a 60-57 lead with just over five minutes left in the game. But Fresno came back with an 8-0 run to lead 65-60 with 3:25.

Pepperdine was led by Brandon Armstrong with 17 and Archie with 13.

Larry Abney led Fresno State with 16 points.



Hawaii Pacific 99, S. Dakota St.64: At Blaisdell Arena, Alvin Stephenson popped in 25 points and Jemar Miller scored 20 and had 10 assists as the Sea Warriors rolled to their first victory of the season after two mainland setbacks.

Hawaii Pacific lost Kawika Smith for about two weeks when he had a number of teeth knocked out by a stray elbow.

Metro State 89, BYU-Hawaii 82: At Denver, DeMarcos Anzures scored 20 points, including 9 of 10 free throws, to lead the Roadrunners (2-2) past the Seasiders. BYUH (2-1) was led by Thomas Joyce with 26 points and David Evans with 21.

No. 13 UCLA 76, Fairfield 57: At Los Angeles, Jason Kapono scored 16 points as the Bruins (1-0) opened their season with a victory over the Stags (0-3).

No. 16 Duke 99, Columbia 52: At Durham, N.C., Chris Carrawell scored 20 points and freshmen Carlos Boozer and Mike Dunleavy each had 16 as the Blue Devils (2-2) beat the Lions (0-2).

No. 21 Oklahoma State 93, Ark.-Little Rock 64: At North Little Rock, Ark., Desmond Mason scored eight of his 26 points during a 14-0 run in the opening minutes of the second half as the Cowboys (3-0) crushed the Trojans (0-1).

SMU 67, Lamar 56: At Dallas, Jeryl Sasser scored 14 of his 16 points in the second half as the Mustangs (2-0) defeated the Cardinals (1-1).

Texas-El Paso 72, Louisiana Tech 53: At El Paso, Texas, forward Brandon Wolfram scored 24 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead the Miners (1-0) to a victory over the Bulldogs (1-1).



Women's Top 10 / WAC

No. 4 UCLA 84, Texas 77, OT: At Los Angeles, Maylana Martin hit a free throw that gave the Bruins (1-0) the lead for good in overtime as they held off the Longhorns (1-1).

No. 9 Penn St. 91, Maryland 60: At College Park, Md., Andrea Garner scored 16 to lead the Nittany Lions (2-0) over the Terrapins (1-1).

No. 10 North Carolina 66, East Carolina 49: At Chapel Hill, N.C., LaQuanda Barksdale had 18 points and 10 rebounds and Nikki Teasley came off the bench to score 14 as the Tar Heels (1-1) beat the Pirates (0-2).

No. 17 Texas Tech 69, Rice 52: At Lubbock, Texas, Keitha Dickerson had 16 points, 15 rebounds and four steals to lead the Red Raiders (2-0) over the Owls (1-1).

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North Carolina 85, Georgetown 79

GEORGETOWN: Burton 2-4 3-4 9, Gibson 0-1 2-2 2, Watkins 2-9 0-0 4, Perry 6-15 3-4 18, Braswell 5-19 5-6 17, Freeman 2-6 1-2 5, Hunter 0-5 4-4 4, Boumtje Boumtje 4-9 8-11 16, Samnick 2-7 0-0 4, Hillier 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 23-75 26-33 79.

NORTH CAROLINA: Owens 3-8 1-2 7, Capel 5-7 2-5 12, Haywood 6-7 8-11 20, Cota 6-13 7-10 20, Forte 6-14 5-6 17, Bersticker 1-3 0-0 2, Newby 1-2 1-2 3, Lang 1-3 0-0 2, Melendez 1-1 0-0 2, Holmes 0-0 0-0 0, Johnson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-58 24-36 85.

Halftime--Georgetown 37, North Carolina 26. 3-Point goals--Georgetown 7-22, North Carolina 1-9. Fouled out--Samnick, Capel. Rebounds--Georgetown 45 (Samnick 9), North Carolina 45 (Capel, Forte 8). Assists--Georgetown 11 (Braswell 6), North Carolina 13 (Cota 7). Total fouls--Georgetown 29, North Carolina 23.

Purdue 79, Florida 68

PURDUE: Robinson 9-11 0-4 18, Cardinal 3-6 3-3 9, McQuay 7-13 5-9 19, Cornell 8-11 0-4 19, Cunningham 3-6 5-8 11, Lewis 0-3 1-2 1, Smith 1-6 0-0 2, Allison 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-56 14-30 79.

FLORIDA: Miller 6-12 3-5 16, Wright 3-8 1-2 7, Haslem 1-4 2-5 4, Dupay 3-7 1-1 8, Weaks 2-6 2-2 6, Harvey 4-8 2-2 10, Hamilton 2-5 0-0 4, Parker 3-8 0-0 7, Nelson 1-3 0-0 2, Bonner 1-2 2-2 4. Totals 26-63 13-19 68.

Halftime--Purdue 39, Florida 34. 3-Point goals--Purdue 3-10, Florida 3-17. Fouled out--Harvey. Rebounds--Purdue 37 (Cardinal 11), Florida 36 (Harvey 9). Assists--Purdue 21 (Cunningham 10), Florida 12 (Weaks 4). Total fouls--Purdue 18, Florida 24.

USC 92, Memphis 65

MEMPHIS: London 2-7 2-6 4, Forman 3-6 1-4 6, Harris 1-2 0-0 2, Shine 6-12 0-1 18, Moody 3-9 1-1 8, Barron 2-7 1-5 4, Trask 3-5 0-2 9, Jones 4-8 2-3 10, Muvagh 1-2 0-2 4, Chatman 0-2 0-1 0. Totals 25-60 7-25 65.

USC: Bluthenthal 9-11 6-10 18, Clancy 7-12 2-7 15, Scalabrine 7-7 3-8 17, Granville 6-14 0-3 19, Trepagnier 7-17 1-8 19, Jones 1-2 1-3 2, Charissis 1-3 0-0 2, Thurston 0-2 1-1 0, Hair 0-1 0-1 0. Totals 38-69 14-42 92.

Halftime--Southern Cal 42, Memphis 34. 3-Point goals--Memphis 12-24. Southern Cal 6-16. Rebounds--Memphis 25 (London 6), Southern Cal 42 (Bluthenthal 11). Assists--Memphis 15 (Moody 5), Southern Cal 25 (Granville 15). Total fouls--Memphis 16, Southern Cal 14.

Utah State 70, Chaminade 48

UTAH ST.: Daniels 8-10 0-0 16, Jorssen 3-5 2-3 8, Rock 2-7 1-1 5, Rolle 3-8 0-0 7, Brown 2-5 2-2 6, Stewart 1-1 0-0 2, Bailey 3-6 1-2 7, Thomas 1-5 0-0 2, Ray 0-0 1-2 1, Mahorn 2-3 0-0 4, Willden 0-1 0-0 0, Bobb 4-8 0-0 12. Totals 29-59 7-10 70.

CHAMINADE: Toya 1-2 0-0 2, Martin 2-6 4-4 9, Krafels 0-5 0-2 0, Feeney 0-3 5-6 5, Murphy 4-13 5-7 15, Robinson 0-4 0-0 0, Cole 0-3 0-0 0, Weir 1-7 2-2 4, Hagwood 5-15 1-2 13, Krol 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 13-58 17-23 48.

Halftime--Utah St. 44, Chaminade 28. 3-Point goals--Utah St. 5-21, Chaminade 5-22. Rebounds--Utah St. 41 (Bailey 6), Chaminade 40 (Martin 7). Assists--Utah St. 17 (Rock 7), Chaminade 6 (Toya, Krafels, Feeney 2). Total fouls--Utah St. 20, Chaminade 16.

Hawaii Pacific 99, South Dakota State 64

S. Dakota St.: Schantz 1-10 2-2 4, Volmer 3-5 1-3 7, Fischer 3-11 4-5 10, Hansen 4-8 4-6 13, Estling 0-10 1-2, M. Smith 2-9 1-2 5, Bauer 6-11 5-6 17, Cone 3-8 1-2 7, Jeske 0-0 0-0 0, Cerveny 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 22-72 19-28 64.

Hawaii Pacific: K. Smith 0-2 0-0 0, Miller 6-12 3-4 20, Stephenson 9-13 5-9 25, Kato 5-9 1-3 12, Adle 3-6 5-6 11, Paul 3-7 9-12 16, Maiden 0-1 0-0, Gary Heyer 4-1 4-4 15, Penebacker 0-0 0-0 0, Totals 30-61 27-38 99.

Halftime-HPU 52, S. Dakota St. 39. Rebounds-S. Dakota St. 45 (Bauer 9), HPU 47 (Stephenson 9, Kato 9). Assists-S. Dakota St. 11 (Volmer 2, Hansen 2, Estling 2, Cone 2), HPU 23 (Miller 10). Total fouls-S. Dakota St. 30, HPU 19.

Metro State 89, BYUH 82

BYUH: Evans 10-20 0-0 21, Stilson 3-7 2-3 8, Baldwin 2-3 3-6 7, Barton 2-3 2-3 7, Joyce 10-18 2-2 26, Villa 0-1 0-0 0, Fripp 0-0 0-0 0, Daley 2-5 0-0 6, Isom 3-7 0-0 7, Higby 0-1 0-0 0, Turley 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 32-66 9-14 82.

Metro State: Barlow 8-14 3-4 19, Bynum 5-15 2-4 12, Johnson 6-14 4-4 16, Ah Matt 4-8 0-1 11, Anzures 4-19 9-10 20, Fulcher 2-5 2-3 6, Oakley 2-2 0-0 4, Ford 0-0 1-2 1, Alcock 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 31-78 21-28 89.

Halftime-Metro State 44, BYUH 42. Rebounds-BYUH 37 (Joyce 9), Metro State 48 (Bynum 9). Assists-BYUH 13 (Stilson 8), Metro State 9 (Anzures 3). Total fouls-BYUH 23, Metro State 15.

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Men's scoreboard

EAST

Albright 72, Alvernia 65, OT
Allentown 76, Moravian 66
Boston College 91, Vermont 63
Bowdoin 75, New England 52
Brooklyn 73, Pratt 29
Bryant 93, New Haven 65
Bucknell 65, Robert Morris 62
Buffalo 81, New Hampshire 78
Clarkson 54, Utica 52
Colby-Sawyer 100, Gordon 62
Colgate 76, Canisius 59
College of N.J. 83, Ramapo 64
Connecticut Coll. 102, Elms 69
Cornell 67, Army 66, OT
Cortland St. 72, Hartwick 54
D'Youville 95, Keuka 61
Dartmouth 112, Keene St. 97
Delaware 80, George Mason 78
Drew 87, Stevens Tech 76
Duquesne 87, Northeastern 77
Eastern 76, Valley Forge Christian 74
Elizabethtown 82, Delaware Valley 59
Endicott 73, Curry 66
Fairmont St. 90, Point Park 55
Geneva 84, La Roche 72
Goucher 78, Johns Hopkins 65
Gwynedd Mercy 77, Swarthmore 75
Harvard 80, Holy Cross 69
Iona 89, Coppin St. 61
Johnson St. 80, Atlantic Union 63
Kings Point 69, St. Joseph's, L.I. 60
Kutztown 77, Goldey Beacom 65
La Salle 70, Cent. Connecticut St. 60
Lycoming 85, Misericordia 74
MIT 82, Mass. Pharmacy 62
Mansfield 85, Clarion 81
Marietta 92, Grove City 73
Mary Washington 68, W. Maryland 67
Medgar Evers 73, NYC Tech 66
Mercyhurst 75, Roberts Wesleyan 73
Messiah 73, Gettysburg 71
Middlebury 72, Washington & Lee 69
Montclair St. 89, Rowan 87
Mount Ida 85, Anna Maria 77
Muhlenberg 79, Beaver 63
N.Y. Maritime 63, N.Y. Poly 53
Nazareth, N.Y. 58, St. Lawrence 53
New Hampshire Coll. 91, Stonehill 77
Nichols 82, Becker 79
Pitt.-Johnstown 112, Puerto Rico 82
Quinnipiac 82, Westfield St. 62
RPI 71, Newberry 58
Radford 80, St. Peter's 68
Rider 75, Sacred Heart 71
Slippery Rock 93, Mount Aloysius 76
St. John's 84, Stony Brook 43
St. Michael's 79, C.W. Post 67
Stockton St. 79, Rutgers-Camden 50
Teikyo-Post 89, Nyack 73
Vassar 97, Bard 43
Villanova 74, Lafayette 70
Wagner 95, Staten Island 55
Wesleyan, Conn. 100, Clark U. 92
West Chester 74, Columbia Union 55
West Virginia 72, Wofford 54
Wheaton, Mass. 79, Brandeis 72
Wilkes 83, Cabrini 57
William Paterson 74, Kean 68
Worcester St. 78, Mass.-Dartmouth 67
Yeshiva 70, Old Westbury 46

SOUTH

Armstrong Atlantic 77, Valdosta St. 75
Belmont Abbey 69, Johnson C. Smith 63
Campbellsville 63, Brescia 56
Centenary 82, Wiley 71
Claflin 72, Catawba 64
Coastal Carolina 68, The Citadel 60
Coll. of Charleston 54, Coker 45
Cumberland, Ky. 71, Va. Intermont 58
Duke 99, Columbia 52
ETSU 73, Lynchburg 54
East Carolina 68, Wis.-Green Bay 54
Emory & Henry 81, Guilford 71
Evansville 52, W. Kentucky 47
Faulkner 85, Spring Hill 77
Fayetteville St. 87, Barber-Scotia 81
Florida A&M 87, Troy St. 86
Florida St. 81, Norfolk St. 70
Georgetown, Ky. 72, Transylvania 55
Georgia Southern 93, Jacksonville 85
Hampden-Sydney 115, Averett 99
Lane 83, West Alabama 80
Lenoir-Rhyne 79, Erskine 70
Lincoln Mem. 82, Carson-Newman 64
Lindsey Wilson 72, Union, Ky. 70
Livingstone 85, Bowie St. 81
Louisiana-Monroe 67, Samford 60
Md.-Eastern Shore 59, Albany, N.Y. 52
Miami 67, Monmouth, N.J. 46
Mississippi 86, McNeese St. 59
Mississippi St. 107, Ark.-Pine Bluff 67
Morehead St. 84, Virginia-Wise 61
Morris Brown 64, Clayton St. 63
Mount Vernon Nazarene 96, Asbury 79
N. Kentucky 91, Shawnee St. 58
N.C. Central 81, Shaw 68
N.C. Charlotte 66, St. Bonaventure 56
N.C. State 75, Old Dominion 61
N.C. Wesleyan 63, Warren Wilson 56
N.C.-Wilmington 56, Butler 54
Northwestern St. 61, La. College 58
Pfeiffer 79, Mount Olive 76
Rollins 97, Puerto Rico-Bayamon 59
Savannah St. 91, Benedict 77
South Alabama 77, Alabama St. 59
Southern Tech 83, Berry 75
St. Augustine's 79, St. Paul's 67
St. Leo 77, Florida Memorial 64
Towson 67, Morgan St. 59
UAB 82, Alabama A&M 53
Vanderbilt 72, Belmont 55
Virginia St. 87, Dist. of Columbia 72
W. Carolina 87, Lees-McRae 67
Washington, Md. 93, Salisbury St. 90
Wingate 71, Allen 58
Winston-Salem 78, Virginia Union 72
Winthrop 78, Cent. Florida 54

MIDWEST

Albion 73, Cornerstone 67
Ashland 89, Northwood, Mich. 73
Augustana,S.D. 107, Winona St. 98, OT
Capital 99, Ohio Dominican 86
Cent. Michigan 76, Wright St. 48
Dana 92, Bellevue 87
Defiance 91, Heidelberg 70
Dordt 87, Martin Luther 71
Drake 81, Delaware St. 51
Eckerd 72, Franklin 62
Emporia St. 116, Cent. Christian 63
Fort Hays St. 80, Tabor 54
Hope 87, Concordia, Mich. 72
Kalamazoo 94, Goshen 61
Kent 78, Youngstown St. 56
Lewis 67, St. Francis, Ill. 52
Loyola, Ill. 70, W. Michigan 69
Mayville St. 95, Minn.-Crookston 77
Michigan 66, Detroit 62
Millikin 74, Blackburn 63
Minnesota 66, Marquette 57
Mount Mercy 92, Upper Iowa 91
Mount St. Clare 75, Graceland 61
N. Dakota St. 105, Minot St. 77
N. Iowa 70, Missouri-Kansas City 65
Nebraska 81, E. Illinois 78, 2OT
Neb.-Omaha 86, Midland Lutheran 77
North Dakota 72, Bemidji St. 62
Northwestern 55, Chicago St. 47
Northwestern, Iowa 93, Mount Marty 80
Olivet 87, Spring Arbor 82
Oregon 65, Ill.-Chicago 58
Pittsburg St. 75, Bethel, Kan. 49
Saginaw Valley St. 86, Siena Heights 67
South Dakota 81, Minn.-Morris 47
Southwest St., Minn. 126, Northland 71
St. Cloud St. 87, Northern St., S.D. 72
St. Mary 81, Park 64
Thiel 85, Oberlin 55
Trinity Christian 60, Illinois Tech 59
Truman St. 94, Iowa Weslyn 65
Valley City St. 78, Dakota St. 61
Wayne, Neb. 90, Nebraska-Kearney 87
Wheaton, Ill. 75, Chicago 68
Wis.-River Falls 70, St. Olaf 60
Wisconsin 69, Wis.-Milwaukee 49

SOUTHWEST

Angelo St. 83, St. Edward's 75
Ark.-Monticello 118, Montevallo 86
Arkansas Tech 60, Lyon 54
Hardin-Simmons 98, Okla.Baptist 37
Lubbock Christian 73, Sul Ross St. 50
Mid-Am Bible 62, Austin 49
Oklahoma St. 93, Ark.-Little Rock 64
S. Arkansas 117, Arkansas Baptist 81
SMU 67, Lamar 56
Sam Houston St. 85, Texas Wesleyan 70
Texas-San Antonio 92, Colo. Christian 72
UTEP 72, Louisiana Tech 53

FAR WEST

Boise St. 64, Idaho St. 56
Cal Lutheran 78, UC San Diego 67
Cal Poly-Pomona 108, Azusa Pacific 98
Colorado 85, Regis 47
E. Oregon 77, Whitworth 70
Lewis & Clark 95, S. Oregon 63
Long Beach St. 85, CS Dom. Hills 51
Metro St. 89, BYU-Hawaii 82
Montana 70, Montana Tech 60
N. Arizona 76, Cal Poly-SLO 72
New Mexico 98, Stephen F.Austin 61
Oregon St. 92, CSU-Chico 48
Pacific 78, Loyola Marymount 46
Pepperdine 70, Fresno St. 68
Portland St. 61, Portland 51
San Diego 81, Cal St.-Fullerton 77
UCLA 76, Fairfield 57
Wyoming 84, Akron 68



Women's scoreboard

EAST

Albany, N.Y. 63, Wagner 60
Allentown 81, Moravian 59
Alvernia 61, Albright 45
Assumption 82, Franklin Pierce 64
Babson 74, Anna Maria 69
Bates 74, Westfield St. 67
Bloomsburg 85, Caldwell 69
Boston U. 75, Harvard 67
Bucknell 77, Niagara 76
Colby-Sawyer 71, Gordon 54
Colgate 84, Canisius 80
College of N.J. 75, Ramapo 40
Cortland St. 58, Hartwick 53
Delaware 74, Princeton 43
Delaware Valley 86, Neumann 69
E. Connecticut 96, Rivier 28
Fair. Dickinson 77, Delaware St. 71, OT
Franklin & Marshall 62, Bryn Mawr 23
Gannon 85, Daemen 65
G'town 80, Mount St. Mary's, Md. 50
Gettysburg 73, Haverford 43
Hartford 61, Cent. Connecticut St. 57
Holy Cross 78, Massachusetts 55
Johnson St. 71, Atlantic Union 56
Keene St. 61, RPI 53
Kutztown 57, Lock Haven 50
La Salle 82, Penn 70
LeMoyne 92, New Hampshire Coll. 83
Lehman 79, Bard 73
Loyola, Md. 62, UMBC 48
Lycoming 59, Misericordia 52
Mary Washington 61, Frostburg St. 50
Mass. College 68, S. Vermont 46
Medgar Evers 73, NYC Tech 68
Monmouth, N.J. 70, Hofstra 63
Muhlenberg 49, Elmira 42, OT
N.J. City 47, Rutgers-Newark 43
Northeastern 68, Brown 45
Radford 80, St. Peter's 68
Rowan 98, Montclair St. 54
S. Connecticut 73, Molloy 63
S. Maine 60, Clark U. 48
Sacred Heart 82, Lafayette 64
Shippensburg 76, East Stroudsburg 55
Slippery Rock 78, Millersville 69
St. John's, NY 54, Stony Brook 39
Staten Island 64, Drew 60
Stockton St. 68, Rutgers-Camden 48
Suffolk 56, Curry 45
Swarthmore 77, W. Maryland 73, OT
Tufts 75, Johnson & Wales, R.I. 63
Union, N.Y. 60, Smith 43
Utica 75, Clarkson 59
Vassar 90, CCNY 39
Vermont 84, Rhode Island 41
Villanova 58, Fairfield 45
W. Illinois 64, American U. 58
Wellesley 62, Brandeis 41
Wentworth Tech 62, MIT 46
Wesley 67, Rosemont 53
Wesleyan, Conn. 85, St. Joseph Conn. 48
West Chester 100, Columbia Union 26
Wheaton, Mass. 67, Simmons 28
William Paterson 86, Kean 63
Worcester St. 62, Mass.-Dartmouth 37
York, N.Y. 56, Brooklyn 37

SOUTH

Alabama 88, Samford 51
Appalachian St. 66, N.C. Charlotte 57
Armstrong Atlantic 58, Valdosta St. 56
Auburn 93, Middle Tennessee 51
Augusta St. 61, Lenoir-Rhyne 56
Barry 86, Nova Southeastern 54
Bridgewater, Va. 71, E. Mennonite 48
Clayton St. 74, Morris Brown 63
Furman 87, Florida Atlantic 70
George Mason 82, Morgan St. 60
Georgetown, Ky. 72, Transylvania 62
Georgia Tech 75, Georgia St. 51
Ill.-Chicago 71, South Alabama 55
James Madison 68, Murray St. 59
Johnson C. Smith 77, Barton 74
LSU 91, N.C.-Asheville 36
Lander 48, Winthrop 45
Liberty 85, N. Carolina A&T 46
Life 102, Trevecca Nazarene 101, 2OT
Lindsey Wilson 94, Union, Ky. 65
Livingstone 72, Bowie St. 66
Louisiana-Lafayette 74, Houston 70
Mercer 58, Charleston Southern 52
N.C. Central 57, Shaw 37
New Orleans 78, Nicholls St. 58
North Carolina 66, East Carolina 49
Northwestern St. 66, Jackson St. 53
Penn St. 91, Maryland 60
Presbyterian 69, Erskine 57
Queens, N.C. 88, Barber-Scotia 72
Salisbury St. 99, Christopher Newport 93
Savannah St. 58, Benedict 49
Seton Hall 83, Richmond 81
St. Mary's, Md. 79, Washington, Md. 53
Stetson 71, Bethune-Cookman 62
Thomas More 83, Asbury 62
Virginia St. 88, Dist. of Columbia 65
Wake Forest 64, Davidson 54
Winston-Salem 72, Virginia Union 48

MIDWEST

Ashland 67, Northwood, Mich. 55
Baldwin-Wallace 73, Wittenberg 56
Capital 71, Defiance 58
Cardinal Stritch 80, Concordia, Wis. 55
Cedarville 82, Bluffton 80
Chicago 63, Illinois Tech 51
Concordia, Mich. 60, Albion 51
Concordia, Neb. 68, Peru St. 52
Cornell, Iowa 72, Rockford 52
Emporia St. 103, St. Mary 33
Franklin 85, Spalding 72
Grand View 87, Grinnell 55
Heidelberg 75, Mount St. Joseph 64
Hope 67, Aurora 56
Illinois St. 65, N. Illinois 64
Ind.-Pur.-Indpls. 66, E. Michigan 62
Kenyon 70, Marietta 53
Lakeland 61, Ripon 48
Malone 80, Wooster 54
Mid-Am Nazarene 64, Park 47
Missouri-Kansas City 71, SE Missouri 70
Mount Union 76, Pitt.-Bradford 61
North Park 65, Dominican, Ill. 45
Northern St., S.D. 75, South Dakota 71
Northwestern, Iowa 77, Dordt 68
Oakland, Mich. 101, Mich.-Dearborn 36
Ohio St. 70, High Point 40
Purdue 63, Valparaiso 42
Rio Grande 80, St. Vincent 62
S. Dakota St. 77, Wayne, Neb. 64
Sioux Falls 75, Buena Vista 59
Spring Arbor 83, Alma 67
St. Thomas, Minn. 75, Wis.-LaCrosse 35
Syracuse 85, Akron 76
Taylor 76, Ohio Dominican 74
Walsh 78, Urbana 63
Wartburg 79, Gustav Adolphus 74
Wheaton, Ill. 71, Concordia, Ill. 30
Wis.-Green Bay 50, Evansville 72
Wis.-River Falls 68, Viterbo 65
Xavier 73, Wright St. 56
Youngstown St. 85, Marshall 74

SOUTHWEST

Arkansas St. 86, SW Missouri St. 65
East Central 58, Midwestern St. 56
Louisiana College 100, S. Arkansas 84
McMurry 71, Texas-Dallas 33
Oklahoma City 60, Langston 55
SW Baptist 64, Ark.-Monticello 57
Texas A&M 92, Sam Houston St. 62
Texas Tech 69, Rice 52

FAR WEST

Air Force 75, Army 58
Azusa Pacific 70, Occidental 26
BYU 85, Washington 62
Biola 59, CS San Bernardino 54
Colorado St. 58, Utah 47
Iowa St. 83, San Francisco 64
Montana St.-Billings 90, Rocky Mtn. 66
Northwest College 66, Seattle 42
Pacific 84, Gonzaga 70
San Jose St. 68, Sonoma St. 62
Southern Cal 59, Portland 47
UCLA 84, Texas 77, OT
UNLV 82, S. Utah 68



TOURNAMENT

Great Alaska Shootout

First Round

Kansas 69, N. Arizona 40
Louisville 69, Alaska-Anchorage 58



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