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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsTuesday - January 19, 1999

Oklahoma State stays
on top in showdown

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THe LkEiTEnTg K
ATH LETE OF THE WEEK

IOWA CITY (AP) - Jimmy Arias
posted an upset victory and top-ranked
Oklahoma State beat No. 2 Minnesota
20-17 Sunday in the championship of
the Cliff Keen NWCA National
Wrestling Duals.
The Cowboys (14-0) won their 59th
straight dual dating back to 1996 and
gave coach John Smith his 100th career
victory while winning the tournament
for the fifth time.
Oklahoma State -- which skipped the
tourney last year but won it in 1997,
1994, 1990 and 1989 - dominated the
lower weights and held on to beat the
defending champion Golden Gophers
(7-2) for the second time this season.
The Cowboys eked out a 21-17 deci-
sion at Minneapolis last Nov. 29.
"It was a good win for us. It was an
important win for us;" Smith said. "We
made some things happen. It's rewarding
to know we wrestled Minnesota and that

we beat Minnesota."
Minnesota coach J Robinson said his
team should have stopped the Cowboys.
"We've just got to hang on to the
things that we did well," Robinson said.
"We did good. It doesn't define who
wins the national tournament. It just tells
you where you are."
Oklahoma State completed a sweep of
the first five bouts after Arias upset No.
1-ranked Chad Kraft 3-2 at 157 pounds,
handing Kraft his first loss of the season
after 12 straight wins.
"There wasn't any particular strategy,"
Arias said. "I knew if I pulled off the
win, then basically it might put the meet
out of reach."
The victory avenged Kraft's 3-1 over-
time win in their first meeting and gave
the Cowboys a 16-0 lead following wins
by top-ranked Teague Moore at 125, No.
I-ranked Eric Guerrero at 133, Charles
Walker at 141 and Reggie Wright at 149.

Tomorrow
Women's basketballvs. Michigan
State, 7 p.m.
Men's basketball at Minnesota, 8
p.m.
Thursday
Ice hockey vs. Bowling Green, 7
p.m.
Men's tennis vs. William & Mary,
3 p.m.
Friday
Women's basketball at Iowa, 8
p.m.
Men's swimming and diving at
Dallas Morning News Classic

Wrestlingat Minnesota, 8:30-p.m.
Saturday
Men's basketball at Purdue, 3:45
p.m.
Men's gymnastics vs. Illinois-
Chicago, 7 p.m.
Women's gymnastics at
Massachusetts, 7 p.m.
Ice hockey at Ohio State, 8 p.m.
Men's swimming & diving at
Dallas Morning News Classic, 8
p.m.
Men's and women's indoor track
hosts Red Simmons invitational,
Noon

Who: Frank Lodeserto
Hometown: North Haledon, NJ.
High School: St. Joseph's Regional

Sport Wrestling
Year: Junior

Why: The Michigan captain claimed a decisive win over Lehigh's Rob
Rohn by a score of 15-3. Lodeserto's win catapulted Michigan to a
10-point advantage, clinching the meet heading into the heavyweight
match. Lodeserto's efforts helped move the ninth-ranked Michigan
wrestling team to 5-1 in the season.
Background: Received Dr. Donahue Award for Academic Excellence
... Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors ... Wrestled two matches at
Big Ten Championships ... Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology ... Lodeserto
Born January 27, 1977.-

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Saturday's men's college basketball scores

A jd

EAST
Brown 65, Yale 57
Bucknell 85, Lehigh 68
Canisius 68, Marist 67
Connecticut 81, Pittsburgh 58
Delaware 81, Hartford 68
La Salle 81, Dayton 70
Lafayette 82, Army 78
Long Island 70, Cent. Connecticut St. 59
Loyola, Md. at Niagara, ppd.
Maine 91, New Hampshire 56
Massachusetts 64, Kansas 60
Miami (Fla.) 64, West Virginia 55
Penn 68, Colgate 50
Quinnipiac 78, Robert Morris 74
St. John's 88, Rutgers 78
St. Joseph's 82, Fordham 80
St. Peter's 71, Rider 69
Syracuse 81. Georgetown 79
Temple 76, Rhode Island 63
Towson 56, Vermont 53
Villanova 85, Notre Dame 58
Wagner 67, Fairleigh Dickinson 60
SOUTH
Ala.-Birmingham 67, South Florida 64
Alabama 78, South Carolina 70
Alabama State 97, Southern U. 87, (OT)
Alcorn State 96, Alabama A&M 86
Appalachian St. 84, E. Tennessee St. 73
Auburn 88, Florida 69
Austin Peay 71, Middle Tennessee 70
Bethune-Cookman 75, Hampton 63
Campbell 59, Mercer 56
Cent. Florida 84, Stetson 65
Chattanooga 61, The Citadel 52
Coll. of Charleston 79, Wofford 60
Coppin State 78, Delaware St. 63
Davidson 96, W. Carolina 59
Duke 98, Florida State 73
Florida A&M 98, Norfolk State 93
Florida Atlantic 88, Jacksonville 80
Furman 69, UNC-Greensboro 61
Georgia State 90, Troy St. 81
Georgia Tech 74, Wake Forest 61
Jackson State 84, Grambling State 74
Kentucky 63, Mississippi 57
Marshall 67, Kent 60
Miss. Valley State 82, Prairie View 74
Mississippi State 55, LSU 53
Morehead State 98, E. Kentucky 78
Morgan State 78, Md.-Eastern Shore 77
N. Carolina A&T 73, Howard 57

N.C. Charlotte 68, Southern Miss. 61
N.C.-Asheville 72, Elon 63
N.C.-Wilmington 54, George Mason 48
North Carolina 59, N. Carolina St, 56
Old Dominion 72, American U. 58
SW Texas 72, Nicholls State 64
Samford 84, Centenary 66
SouthAlabama 66, Louisiana Tech 65
St. Bonaventure 54, Virginia Tech 50
Tulane 55, New Orleans 53
VMI 65, Georgia Southern 59
William & Mary 69, East Carolina 66
Winthrop 74, High Point 66
MIDWEST
Ball State 74, Toledo 69
Bradley 57, Wichita State 47
Butler 59, Detroit 46
Cent. Michigan 93, W. Michigan 78
Chicago St. 89, S. Utah 87
Cincinnati 72, Oklahoma 59
E. Michigan 51, N. Illinois 48
Illinois St. 81, Evansville 80
Indiana 87, Purdue 76
Marquette 60, Saint Louis 51
Miami (Ohio) 80, Akron 62
Michigan 84, Ohio State 74
Michigan State 51, Illinois 49
Minnesota 75, Iowa 70
Murray St. 86, E. Illinois 73
N. Iowa 80, S. Illinois 58
Oakland, 88, Missouri-Kansas City 81
Ohio 90, Buffalo 50
SW Missouri St. 91, Drake 47
W. Illinois 78, Valparaiso 58
Wis.-Green Bay 59, I1I.-Chicago 50
Wisconsin 57, Northwestern 49
Wright State 89, Cleveland State 74
Youngstown State 76, Oral Roberts 69
WEST
Arkansas 82, Georgia 79
Arkansas St. 84, Ark.-Little Rock 64
Iowa State 64, Texas A&M 43
Lamar 87, Sam Houston St. 68
Long Beach St. 79, North Texas 72
Nebraska 68, Baylor 55
Texas 65, Kansas St. 59
Texas Southern 69, Ark.-Pine Bluff 60
Boise State 67, Cal State-Fullerton 66
Brigham Young 60, Hawaii 59
Cal Poly-SLO 75, Nevada 73
California 89, Southern Cal 75

Colorado 82, Missouri 63
Gonzaga 82, Portland 73
Idaho 67, UC Irvine 62
Loyola Marymount 88, Santa Clara 76C.
N. Arizona 74, Montana St. 73
New Mexico 79, Arizona 78
New Mexico St. 66, Pacific 61
Pepperdine 79, San Francisco 70
Portland State 90, Idaho St. 69
Rice 71, Air Force 69
San Jose St. 64, Texas-El Paso 63 (OT'
Stanford 72, UCLA 59
Texas Christian 92, Colorado St. 89 (OT)
UC Santa Barbara 66, Utah St. 65 (OT)
UNLV 73, Tulsa 55
Utah 79, San Diego St. 53
Washington 86, Oregon 76 (OT)
Washington State 84, Oregon State 79
Weber St. 101, E. Washington 100 (40T)
Wyoming 89, Southern Methodist 85
25 Basketball poll

TEAM
1. Tennessee
2. Connecticut
3. Purdue
4. Georgia
5. Louisiana Tech
6. North Carolina
. Texas Tech
8. Colorado state
9. Notre Dame
10. UCLA
11. Old Dominion
12. Clemson
13. Rutgers
14. virginia Tech
15. Iowa State
16. Duke
17, Alabama
18. Florida
19. Nebraska
20. Penn State
21. Kansas
22. Boston College
23. Virginia
24. Ohio State
25. Santa Barbara

RECORD PTS PV-
13-1 999 2
13.1 941 1
11.1 914 3
14-0 889 4
12.2 823 5
18.2 742 6.
141 735 7
17.1 726 8
12-2 685 9
12.4 612 11
9.2 549 12
13-2 540 10.
133 519 13
150 479 1ST
11-1 475 165x
12-4 422 17
105 303 "i4
12.5 257 20
133 213 19
9.4 203 8
12.4 174 21
13-1 172 24
94 104 22
11.3 99 NR
103 92 1~

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Oues Recwf iwosw
Florida Intl. 79, Auburn 56, Tulane 35, Memphis 14,Si
Mary's (c,) 27, LSUJ17, Oregon 14, Toledo 13.

Aussie Open produces near-upsets

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) ---
Day l of the Australian Open turned
into a bleak procession of top players
leaving and teetering, starting with the
exits of No. 1 Marcelo Rios and
Wimbledon finalist Goran Ivanisevic.
Rios, a finalist a year ago, withdrew
late Monday after he was diagnosed
with a stress fracture in his back.
Doctors advised him to rest until
March, The Chilean, who held the top
ranking for six weeks last year, retired
during a tuneup tournament in
Auckland, New Zealand, last week in
the middle of his first-round match.

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Swatting away pesky, giant flies
between wicked winners in the sum-
mer sun, No. I Lindsay Davenport
kicked off her bid for the Australian
Open title with a straight-sets victory
that Williams could only envy.
Davenport, surrounded by the grand
dames of the grand slams and knowing
that she's one of them at last, looked
every inch a champion in a 6-2, 6-2
romp over Spain's Gala Leon Garcia.
"I'm very confident on the court,"
Davenport said. "Confidence within
myself is more important than
installing fear in my opponent."

Venus Williams, the No. 5 seed,
looked more like a frightened rookie,,
dumping easy forehands into the net,
spraying unforced errors and strug-
gling in a nervous 3-6, 6-3, 9-7 victory.
over Croatian Silvija Talaja, ranked.
No. 82.
Two points from losing at love-30
and 4-5 on her serve in the third set,
Williams refused to yield.
"I had to say to myself, 'This is not
my fate. This is someone else's fate. I,
can't go out like this.' I had to hold my
serve. That was the only option avail-
able," Williams said.

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