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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - February 8, 1999

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
From Saturday
EAST
Boston College 60, West Virginia 54
Canisius 78, Niagara 77
Cornell 83, Brown 55
Fairleigh Dickinson 77, St. Francis, N.Y. 73
Kent 73, Buffalo 51
La Salle 88, Xavier 75
Lafayette 79, Holy Cross 65
Long Island U. 74, Quinnipiac 63
Maine 85, Boston U. 73
Monmouth, N.J. 69, Cent. Conn. St. 66
Mount St. Mary's, Md. 72, Wagner 62
Northeastern 72, New Hampshire 67
Northwestern 71, Penn St. 67
Notre Dame 76, Seton Hall 60
Penn 81, Harvard 56
Princeton 76, Dartmouth 48
Rider 83, Fairfield 71
Robert Morris 75, Md.-Baltimore County 58
Siena 74, Manhattan 58
St. Bonaventure 77, Dayton 67
St. John's 88, Pittsburgh 60
Temple 72, Rhode Island 63
Villanova 75, Syracuse 60
Yale 60, Columbia 48
50UTH
Alabama 62, Kentucky 58
Alabama St. 97, Alabama A&M 86
Alcorn St. 79, Miss. Valley St. 74
Arkansas St. 67, New Orleans 57
Auburn 80, LSU 54
Austin Peay 80, E. Kentucky 64
Cent. Florida 107, Troy St. 82
Centenary 65, Campbell 56
Charleston Southern 94, Liberty 91, OT
Coll. of Charleston 60, The Citadel 39
Cavidson 101, UNC-Greensboro 69
Delaware St. 66, Bethune-Cookman 64
Duke 87, Georgia Tech 79
E. Tennessee St. 83, VMI 81
Elon 73, N.C.-Asheville 72
Fla. International 73, Louisiana Tech 65
Florida A&M 81, Md.-Eastern Shore 70
Furman 79, W. Carolina 68
George Mason 79, Old Dominion 73
Georgia 80, South Carolina 56
Houston 79, Memphis 78
Jackson St. 59, Texas Southern 54
Jacksonville 72, Jacksonville St. 51
James Madison 51, N.C.-Wilmington 48
Louisville 81, Marquette 77
Maryland 88, Virginia 72
Mercer 92, Florida Atlantic 83
Miami 71, Georgetown 58
Mississippi 79, Florida 68

Mississippi St. 88, Tennessee 82
N. Carolina A&T 71, Morgan St. 69
N. Carolina St. 84, Clemson 71
N.C. Charlotte 70, Saint Louis 68, OT
Norfolk St. 99, Howard 84
Prairie View 95, Grambling St. 89
Radford 82, Coastal Carolina 67
Richmond 72, American U. 69
S. Carolina St. 80, Coppin St. 77, OT
SE Louisiana 89, Sam Houston St. 79
SW Louisiana 66, W. Kentucky 50
SW Texas 69, NE Louisiana 65
Samford 73, Stetson 66
South Alabama 44, Ark.-Little Rock 43
South Florida 83, Tulane 62
Tenn.-Martin 74, Murray St. 73
Tennessee St. 82, Morehead St. 78
Texas-San Antonio 77, Northwestern St. 68
Va. Commonwealth 83, William & Mary 67
Vanderbilt 73, Arkansas 69
Virginia Tech 77, George Washington 75
Winthrop 86, High Point 68
Wofford 71, Georgia Southern 60
MIDWEST
Ball St. 59, N. Illinois 56, OT
Bowling Green 57, Toledo 46
Bradley 65, Drake 45
Butler 88, Wright St. 78, 20T
Cent. Michigan 70, Ohio U. 67
DePaul 61, Cincinnati 60, OT
Detroit 69, ll.-Chicago 50
E. Illinois 72, Middle Tennessee 62
Evansville 65, SW Missouri St. 62
Illinois 53, Wisconsin 51
IUPUI 83, Missouri-Kansas City 81, OT
Indiana St. 72, N. Iowa 67
Kansas St. 67, Iowa St. 62
Loyola, Ill. 60, Cleveland St. 58
Marshall 79, E. Michigan 70
Miami, Ohio 70, W. Michigan 69
Michigan St. 95, Iowa 81
Nebraska 69, Missouri 61
Oakland, Mich. 96, W. Illinois 91
Ohio St. 80, Purdue 69
Tennessee Tech 68, SE Missouri 62
Wichita St. 98, Creighton 85
Wis.-Milwaukee 59, Wis.-Green Bay 57
Youngstown St. 75, S. Utah 57
SOUTHWEST
Idaho 87, North Texas 77
Lamar 66, Texas-Arlington 58
McNeese St. 86, Stephen F. Austin 80.
Oklahoma 72, Oklahoma St. 65
Oral Roberts 68, Valparaiso 67
Southern Meth. 94, Texas Christian 92
Southern U. 90, Ark.-Pine Bluff 72
Texas 76, Texas Tech 59
Texas A&M 69, Baylor 58

FAR WEST
Arizona 81, Washington St. 79
Boise St. 67, New Mexico St. 48
CS Northridge 76, N. Arizona 74
Cal St.-Fullerton 64, UC Irvine 47
Colorado St. 71, Tulsa 64
Connecticut 70, Stanford 59
Fresno St. 83, Georgia St. 62
Gonzaga 78, St. Mary's, Cal. 70
Hawaii 72, New Mexico 68, OT
Long Beach St. 94, Cal Poly-SLO 80
Montana St. 82, Idaho St. 63
Nevada 79, Utah St. 70
Oregon 60, Southern Cal 55
Pepperdine 97, Loyola Marymount 83
San Diego 89, Portland 62
Santa Clara 68, San Francisco 61
Texas-El Paso 71, San Diego St. 65
UC Santa Barbara 58, Pacific 53, OT
UNLV 65, Air Force 64
Utah 71, Brigham Young 46
Washington 93, Arizona St. 85
Weber St. 91, Sacramento St. 50
Wyoming 70, Rice 63
M CLUB SPORTS
WOMEN'S FIGURE SKATING
The Michigan precision figure skating team
took first, and the Wolverines cruised to
victories in several individual events this
weekend to win the MSU Spartan
Challenge Cup in East Lansing. Here are
Michigan's top performers in each of the
events.
Novice Compulsory: Jocelyn Rainey, 1st
Junior Compulsory: Jennifer Jozefiak, 1st
Senior Compulsory: Juliet Newcomer, 2nd
Freestyle: Laura Komjatty, 1st
Novice Dance: Evelyn Miska, 3rd
Junior Dance: Dareth McCoy, 2nd
Senior Dance: Kyle Jones, 1st
Novice Free Skate: Sarah Solberg, 1st
Junior Free Skate: Kirsten Wendela, 1st
intermediate Free Skate: Sarah Kepner, 4th
Senior Free Skate: Juliet Newcomer, 1st
'M' SCHEDULE

Toronto
Ottawa
Buffalo
Boston
Montreal

30
28
24
20
20

18 3
15 7
188
219
25 8
L T
20 9
1813
264
36 4

63
63
56
49
48
55
51
44
26

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Southeast Division
Team W1
Carolina 23:
Florida 19
Washington 20:
Tampa Bay 11

Who: Sarah Cain
Hometown: Grand Island, Neb.
High School: Grand Island

Sport: Gymnastics
Year: Junior

Western Conference

Central Division
.Tem
petroit 25
St. Louis 19
Nashville 18
Chicago 14

L I
23 4
20 9
28 5
30 8

NorthwestI
ITm
Colorado
Edmonton
Calgary
Vancouver

Division
w I
29 19 4
20 218
16 288
16 287

Et
54
47
41
36
Pti
62
48
40
39
Eti
68
64
49
44
42

Why: Cain was co-Big Ten athlete of the week for gymnastics. This
was the first time this season that a Wolverine has earned the honor.
Cain won the individual title in the Wolverines win over No. 11 Ohio
State and her second all-around in as many weeks. The junior had a
season high score of 38.875.
Background: First team All-American in floor exercise last year.
Second team in All-Around. Second in NCAA uneven bars in 1997 .
Enrolled in College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Born April
24, 1978.

Seminoles upset
after cancellation

0

Cain

Pacific Division

Iam
Dallas
Phoenix
Anaheim
San Jose
Los Angeles

30
27
20
16
19

L I
108
12 10
22 9
22 12
184

Yesterday's Results:
PITTSBURGH 2, Detroit 1
Vancouver 3, N.Y. ISLANDERS 3
BOSTON 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Colorado 3, DALLAS 0
WASHINGTON 3, Buffalo 1
NBA STANDINGS

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -
Florida State Athletic Director Dave
Hart said Saturday he would seek
recourse from Auburn after the Tigers
canceled this year's opener with the
Seminoles.
"We will deal with the specific ele-
ments of Auburn's untenable actions
through the appropriate persons and
channels over the course of the next
several weeks," Hart said in a state-
ment. "For now, our focus has to be on
finding an 1Ith game."
On Friday, Auburn chose to pay
Florida State $500,000 rather than face
the team coached by Bobby Bowden,
father of ousted Tigers coach Terry
Bowden.
Hart had refused comment Friday
until he had an opportunity to talk to
Auburn Athletic Director David Housel.
The Sept. 2 Auburn-Florida State
opener was to be televised on ESPN. It
was to have been college football's first
father-son coaching matchup, but Terry
Bowden's bizarre departure from

Auburn threatened to cast a long shad-
ow.
Bobby Bowden will coach against
one of his other sons, Tommy, when the
Seminoles play Clemson next season.
"The controversy would become bi@
ger than the game, and that would be
unfair to the players and coaches on
both sides," Housel said.
Bowden, who won his first 20 games
after taking the reigns at Auburn in
1993, resigned after the Tigers started
the season with a 1-5 record. He has
said that he was "fired," but Housel and
other university officials have said he
was not forced to resign.
Auburn reached a financial settle-
ment with Terry Bowden last Monday
which bans the former Tigers coach an
his wife from criticizing the school.
Under the contract, Auburn could
buy out the game by paying $500,000
to Florida State. Housel said Auburn
could recoup the payment by schedul-
ing a seventh home game at Jordan-
Hare Stadium.

Eastern Conference

Tuesday, Feb. 9
M Basketball at Ohio State, 8 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 12
W Basketball vs. Illinois, 7:30 p.m.
M Gymnastics at Winter Cup Challenge
(Las Vegas, Nev.), 7 p.m. MST
M Swim/Diving hosts Michigan Open,
TBA
W Swim/Diving hosts Michigan Open,
TBA
W Tennis at Kentucky, 5 p.m.
M Track/Field at Colorado Springs
Classic, TBA
Saturday. Feb.13
M Hockey at Western Michigan 7 p.m.
M Tennis vs. Western Michigan 1 p.m.
Varsity Tennis Center
W Tennis at Tennessee, TBA
Sunday. Feb. 14
M Wrestling vs. Purdue, 1 p.m.
NHL STANDINGS
Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
Tem W LL PA
Philadelphia 28 10 12 68
New Jersey 29 16 6 64
Pittsburgh 26 15 7 58
N.Y. Rangers 20 23 7 47
N.Y. Islanders 16 315 37
Northeast Division
I= WLI

Atlantic Division
Team W
Philadelphia 2
Boston 1
Washington 1
Miami 1
New Jersey 1
New York 0
Central Division

L
0
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1

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Team
Detroit
Atlanta
Milwaukee
Indiana
Toronto
Chicago
Charlotte
Cleveland

2
2
1
1
1
0
0

G,
-
1
1
1
1
2
GO
.5
1
1
1
1.5
1.5

Louisville gets new'*
chance at big dance

Western Conference

Midwest Division

ITam
San Antonio
Utah
Houston
Minnesota
Dallas
Denver
Vancouver
Pacific Division
Team
L.A. Lakers
Phoenix
Seattle
Sacramento
Portland
Golden State
LA Clippers

2
2
2
1
1
0
0
2
2
2
2
1
0
0

0.
0
0
1
1
1
2
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0
0
0
1
1
2
2

EL.
1.000
1.000
.500
.500
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1.000
1.000
1.000
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GB
1
1
1
2
1.5
.5
1
2
2

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) -
The University of Louisville will be eli-
gible for March Madness after the
"NCAA Friday took the unprecedented
step of overturning a ban on postseason
play.
The Division I Infractions Committee
reversed an earlier ruling after deter-
mining that Louisville did not receive
adequate notice that a transgression of
an NCAA bylaw might be considered a
"major violation."
The NCAA's original sanctions,
imposed in September, banned the
men's basketball team from all postsea-
son play in 1999 and placed the school
on three years probation. Because
Louisville appealed only the postseason
ban, the penalties regarding probation
and reductions of scholarships still
apply.
"It was a procedural error. We didn't
consider it a technicality," acting chair
of the Appeals Committee Robert Stein
said.
Friday's ruling puts the Cardinals
back into contention for an NCAA
Tournament bid. Louisville is 11-7
overall and 6-3 in the Conference USA
American Division after snapping a
four-game losing streak Thursday with
an 89-76 victory over Memphis. The
Cardinals host Marquette on Saturday.
Louisville is 1-4 against ranked
schools this season, defeating archrival

Kentucky but losing to North Carolina,
Michigan State, Ciaicinnati and UCLA.
"At this point it's difficult to deter-
mine how far we'll go if we get invited,"
coach Denny Crum said.
The violation that caused the postsea-
son ban stemmed from a 1996 incident
in which assistant coach Scooter
McCray inquired about reduced hotel
rates for the father of forward Nate
Johnson.
McCray used his own credit card to
pay for the room.
The Appeals Committee said that the
failure to properly inform the school of
the severity of the infraction was "
serious procedural error which disad-
vantaged Louisville and the former
assistant."
McCray is now cleared to return to
the coaching staff.
The men's basketball program fell
under the repeat violator category after
being placed on two years probation in
November 1996.
Louisville, appealed the decision in
January because school officials did not
believe the university qualified under*
the repeat violator clause. They argued
the violations from the previous investi-
gation did not fall in the three-year time-
line that the infractions committee uses
to determine a repeat violator.
The Appeals Committee agreed, even
if it was only on procedural grounds.

Yesterday's Results:
DETROIT 107, Indiana 98
Miami 83, NEW YORK 79
Utah 100, L.A. LAKERS 91
NEW JERSEY 79, Atlanta 69
PHOENIX 115, Denver 108
SEATTLE 91, Portland 88
Dallas 102, GOLDEN STATE 99 (20T)
Chicago 89, L.A. CLIPPERS 84
SACRAMENTO 109, Vancouver 87

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two games
YONGPYONG, South Korea (AP) -
NHL, take note: There's no problem
scoring goals in the Winter Asian
Games. Kuwait'lost two straight game
in ice hockey by a combined score of 79-
1, routs even by football standards.
The Kuwaitis were beaten 44-1 by
Japan on Saturday.
Last Monday, their defense tightened
in a 35-0 loss to China, with Pan
Zhiqiang scoring eight goals.
While the NHL hasn't enjoyed as
much scoring as it would have liked this
season, Kazakhstan has had no such difo
ficulty. It downed Mongolia 40-0 last
Monday.

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