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November 2, 1998 - SportsMonday - The Michigan Daily - 2B

Major College Football Scoreboard

East
Air Force 35, Army 7
Brown 27, Harvard 6
Bucknell 30, Holy Cross 14
Columbia 24, Dartmouth 14
Delaware 59, Connecticut 17
Duquesne 52, St. Peter's 0
Georgetown 34, lona 0
Hartwick 34, Sacred Heart 17
Hofstra 41, New Hampshire 38, 20T
Lafayette 27, Fordham 20
Lehigh 41, Colgate 22
Marist 60, Canisius 0
Massachusetts 23, Rhode Island 13
Monmouth (N.J.) 48, Wagner 20
Notre Dame 31, Boston College 26
Penn 27, Princeton 14
Richmond 28, Villanova 14
Robert Morris 35, St. Francis (Pa.) 3
Rutgers 36, Navy 33
Siena 20, Bryant 14
Temple 34, Pittsburgh 33I
West Virginia 35, Syracuse 28
Yale 28, Cornell 21I
SouthI
Alabama 22, LSU 16
Alcorn St. 22, Miss. Valley St. 19
Appalachian St. 51, VMI 0

Auburn 10, Central Florida 6
Austin Peay 20. Tusculum 7
Bethune-Cookman 14, Hampton 13
Chattanooga 13, The Citadel 0
Davidson 21, Centre 6
Eastern Kentucky 19, SE Missouri 7
Eastern Tennessee St. 45, Wofford 24
Florida 45, Vanderbilt 13
Florida A&M 50, Southern 48
Florida St. 45, Virginia 14
Georgia Southern 45, Furman 17
Grambling St. 31, Alabama St. 6
Howard 32, S. Carolina St. 31
Jacksonville 58, La Salle 14
James Madison 31, Northeastern 17
Kentucky 37, Mississippi St. 35
Liberty 45, Norfolk St. 12
Marshall 28, Central Michigan 0
McNeese St. 27, SW Texas 0
Middle Tennessee 47, Tenn.-Martin 33
Morehead St. 27, Charleston Southern 20
N. Carolina A&T 47. Delaware St. 15
N. Carolina St. 38, Wake Forest 27
NE Louisiana 34, SW Louisiana 24
North Carolina 24, Maryland 13
Northwestern St. 53, Jacksonville St. 36
Samford 13, Morgan St. 12
South Florida 69, Cumberland (Tenn,) 3
Tennessee 37, Ala.-Birmingham 13

Tennessee St. 42. Tennessee Tech 21
Troy St. 31, Nicholls St. 10
Tulane 41, Memphis 31
Western Carolina 10, Elon 7
Western Kentucky 48, Southern Illinois 28
Midwest
Bowling Green 58, Akron 21
Butler 39, Quincy 0
Dayton 43, Towson 42
Illinois 31, Indiana 16
Kansas 23. North Texas 14
Miami, Ohio 41, Northern Illinois 10
Michigan 27, Penn St. 0
Michigan St. 28, Ohio St. 24
Missouri 38, Colorado 14
Murray St. 35, E. Illinois 21
Northem Iowa 42, Youngstown St. 14
Nebraska 42, Iowa St. 7
Ohio 49, Eastern Michigan 21
Purdue 56, Northwestern 21
SW Missouri St. 49, Illinois St. 42
St. Joseph's (Ind.) 32, Valparaiso 15
Western Illinois 26, Indiana St. 9
Western Michigan 24, Ball St. 23
Wisconsin 26, Minnesota 7
Southwest
Ark.-Pine Bluff 30, Prairie View 0

Arkansas 34. Mississippi 0
Kansas St. 49. Baylor 6
Louisiana Tech 69, Arkansas St. 21
Rice 14, Texas Christian 12
Southern Methodist 33. Tulsa 3
Southern Mississippi 21. Houston 15
Stephen F. Austin 38, Sam Houston St. 7
Texas 37. Oklahoma St. 34
Texas A&M 29, Oklahoma 0
Far West
Arizona 41, Washington St. 7
Arizona St. 55, California 22
Boise St. 55. New Mexico St. 51
Brigham Young 46. New Mexico 21
CS Northridge 32, Portland St. 28
Eastern Washington 31. Montana St. 24
Norhtern Arizona 20, Weber St. 17
Nevada 26. Utah St. 21
Oregon 27, Washington 22
Southern Utah 27, Cal Poly-Slo 17
Sacramento St. 36, Idaho St. 13
San Diego St. 10, Fresno St. 0
San Jose St. 45, Hawaii 17
Southern Cal 34, Stanford 9
St. Mary's (Cal.) 27, Drake 21
UCLA 41, Oregon St. 34
Utah 34, Texas-El Paso 27, OT
Wyoming 27, Colorado St. 19

die tc~g igATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Who: Tom Malchow
Hometown: Mendota Heights, Minn.
High School: St. Thomas Academy

Sport: Swimming
Year: Senior
Eligibility: Senior

Why: The senior co-captain won two events in meets against both
Georgia and Florida this weekend. Malchow captured victories in
both the 200-yard freestyle and the 200-yard butterfly, keying the
Wolverines to a tight 128-115 win over Florida. Maichow is expected
to be one of the Michigan swimming team's most reliable performers
this season.
Background: Five-time All-American and two-time honorable mention
All-American ... 1996 Olympic silver medalist ... NCAA champion ...
Holds Michigan record in the 200-yard butterfly ... Four-time Big Ten
champion .., Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the
Arts ... Born August 18, 1976.

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New Associated
Press Poll
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1. Tennessee (46) 8-0 1,718 2
2. Kansas State (19) 9.0 1,677 4
3. UCLA (4) 8-0 1,615 3
4. Florida &1 1,516 5
5, Florida State(1) 91 1,510 6
6. Texas A&M 9-1 1,319 7
7. Ohio State 81 1,311 1
8. Wisconsin 9-0 1,309 8
9. Arizona 9-1 1,189 10
10. Arkansas 8-0 1,171 11
11, Nebraska &2 931 14
12. Notre Dame 7-1 899 13
13. Missouri 7-2 752 18
14. Tulane 80 747 15
It Mlchlgam72 72 322
16. Virginia Tech 71 722 15
17. Georgia 62 596 19
18, Texas 72 577 20
19. Penn State 6.2 575 9
20. Oregon 7-2 498 21
21. Virginia 7-2 360 12
22. Georgia Tech 62 315 23
23. Air Force 81 260 25
'24, Miami (Fla.) 52 244 24
25. Wyoming 81 69 -

USA Today/ESPN
Coaches Poll
Tem R h P
1(t). Kansas State (30) 9.0 1,504
1(t). Tennessee (25) 8{0 1,504
3. UCLA (7) &0 1427
4. Florida 8-1 1,342
5. Florida State 9-1 1,306
6. Wisconsin 90 1,224
7. Ohio State 81 1,148
8. Texas A&M 9.1 1,131
9. Arkansas 80 1,072
10. Arizona %-1 1.012 1
11, Nebraska 2 785
12. Virginia Tech 7-1 766
13. Notre Dame 71 762
14. Tulane 8-0 683 1
15. Missouri 7-2 576 1
1I. Mi N 7.2 564
17, Penn State &2 531
18, Georgia 6-2 526
19. Oregon 7-2 427
20. Air Foace &-1 382 2
21. Texas 72 373
22. Virginia 7.2 359
23. GeorgiaTech &2 249
24. Miami (Fla.) 52 115
25 (t). Syracuse 53 97
25 (t). Wyoming 8-1 97

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Major College Hockey
Scoreboard
SATURDAY, NOV. 7
Michigan State 2, take Superior I
Alaska-Fairbanks 5. Miami (Ohio) 2
Ohio State 2, Western Michigan 2
Northern Michigan 4, Bowling Green 1
New Hampshire 3, Providence 1
Maine 5, Massachusettsdtowell 2
Canisius 4. Holy Cross 4
Iona 5, Sacred Heart 3
Connecticut 3, American International 1
Colorado College 6, Minnesota 1
Michigan Tech 2. Alaska-Anchorage 1
St. Cloud 6, Denver 3
Wisconsin 3, Minnesota-Duluth 1
North Dakota 5, Clarkson 1
Ferris State 3, Minnesota State I
Notre Dame 4, Northeastern 3
Army 2. Nebraska-Omaha
FRIDAY, NO0V. 6
Alaska-Fairbanks 3, Miami (Ohio( 2
Michigan State 3, Ohio State 1
Bowling Green 6. Northern Michigan 5
Western Michigan 2, Lake Superior 2
Brown 4, Harvard 1
Maine 3, Massachusetts-Lowell2 (OT)
Providence 6, New Hampshire I
Denver 5, St. Cloud 3
Colorado College 7, Minnesota 1
Wisconsin 3, Minnesota-Duluth 1
Alaska-Anchorage 3, Michigan Tech 2
Notre Dame 5, Boston College 5
Cornell 3, Niagara 2
Ferris State 3, Minnesota State 3
North Dakota 6, Clarkson 2
Army 6, Nebraska-Omaha 5
Boston University 9. Princeton 1

Men's water polo captures
club national title
Club national championship
Oxford, Ohio
Saturday's results
Michigan 11, Dayton 10
Michigan 18, Western Illinois 3
Michigan 8. Dartmouth 4
Sunday's championship result
Michigan 7, Penn State 5
Summlary
The Michigan men's club water polo team wins the national championship.
Michigan's Eric Lancaster (Jenison) was named most valuable player of the tourne-
ment, scoring 11 goals on the weekend.
The title is Michigan's second in three years. Dartmouth, which the Wolverines
defeated to reach the championship final, was the defending national champion.
Men's soccer qualifies for club nationals
Regional Tournament
Yesterday's result
Michigan 2, Illinois 2
Saturday's results
Michigan 9, Indiana 0
Michigan 2, Ohio State 0
Summary
The men's soccer team qualified for the national club tournament in Phoenix Nov.
19-22. The Wolverines are the defending national champions
Men's hockey picks up two wins
Saturday's result
Michigan 6. Dayton 1
Friday's result
Michigan 3, Dayton 0
Summary
Michigan took a pair of games fromDayton, both on the Wolverines' home ice.
Upcoming home games Include Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. and Nov. 14 at 9 p.m.. both at
Yost Ice Arena. The men's hockey team plays at Michigan State Nov. 13.
E-mail club sports results to clubspots.dailyumich.edu or phone
before 3 p.m. Sunday.
Sports Desk. 734-647-3336

Daneile Lund, Michigan, def. Kim Simonsen, Minnesota, &1, 61
Emily Bamoton, Iowa, def. Jennifer Vaughan, Michgan, 6-1, 6-4
Singles second round:
Lund def. Carla Rosenberg, Illinois, 6.3, 6.0
Singles third round:

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Lund def. Jennifer Hall, Notre Dame, 2-6. 7-6, 7.6
Singles quarterfinals:
Lund def. Simona Petrutiu, Southern Illinois, 0-6. 6-3. 6-3
Singles seminfnals:
Lund def. Becky Varnum, Notre Dame. 7.5, 5.7, 7.5
Lund is the first player in Michigan history to qualify for national indoors.

Today:
Men's basketball vs. Athletes in Action, exhibition
game, 7 p.m., Crisler Arena
Friday, Nov. 13:
Hockey vs. Alaska-Fairbanks, 7 p.m., Yost Ice Arena
Women's basketball at Vanderbilt, 7 p.m.
Volleyball at Illinois, 7 p.m.
Men's basketball at Florida International, 9 p.m.
Field hockey at NCAA Regional, TBA.
Saturday, Nov. 14:
Women's cross country at NCAA District IV champi-
onships, 11 a.m.
Men's cross country at NCAA District IV champi-
onships, noon
Field hockey at NCAA Regional, TBA
Football vs. Wisconsin, Michigan Stadium, 12:10
p.m.
Hockey at Notre Dame, 7 p.m.
Volleyball at Purdue, 7 p.m.
Wrestling at Ben McMullen Open, all aay

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Feds bust Cal State-Northridge
coach for cocaine distribution
Assistant coach will take reins of women's basketball program

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - The
women's basketball coach at
California State-Northridge resigned
following charges that he sold
cocaine in Nebraska.
Michael Abraham stepped down
on Friday, becoming the third sports
official at the school to resign in a
week.
"I have made this painful deci-
sion out of respect for the university
and the fine student athletes with
whom I have had the privilege of
being associated," Abraham said in a
statement released through his attor-
ney.

season as coach, was relieved of his
duties and placed on administrative
leave after FBI officials arrested him
on the San Fernando Valley campus
on Oct. 27.
Assistant coach Frozena jerro
took over as acting head coach of the
women's team on Wednesday.
Abraham is accused of selling
cocaine in northeast Omaha between
Feb. 1, 1996, and Jan. 28, 1997. He
is charged with conspiracy to distrib-
ute and possession with the intent to
distribute 50 grams or more of
cocaine base, said U.S. Attorney
Thomas Monaghan of Omaha.

"My family and I are grateful for On Friday, a federal judge in Los
the support that has been offered to Angeles said Abraham, who remains
us during this very difficult time." free on bond, will answer the charges
Abraham, about to start his fourth in Omaha. An arraignment date was

set for Nov. 23.
Abraham's resignation followed
those of athletic director Paul Bubb
and senior associate Athletic
Director Judy Brame.
On Friday, the university
announced the appointment of men's
basketball coach Bobby Braswefl.d's
administrator-in-charge of the ath
ic department.
School president Blenda Wisn
had ordered an internal investigatiok
into whether athletic departme
staff knew about drug allegatipns
involving Abraham.
Northridge was 23-59 un r
Abraham, going 5-22 in the 19"-9
season, 4-23 the following year..d
14-14 last season while finigtirig
tied for third in the Big Sky.
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