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2B - The Michigan Daily - SportsMonday - January 11, 1999

Saturday's men's college
basketball scores

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ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

EAST
Bucknell 72, Holy Cross 51
Colgate 69, Army 49
Columbia 72, Harvard 62
Connecticut 80, West Virginia 45
Dartmouth 69, Cornell 58
Delaware St. 79, Stony Brook 75
George Mason 65, American U. 55
George Washington 93, La Salle 75
Georgetown 75, Providence 70
Lafayette 72, Navy 66
Long Island U. 79, Monmouth, NJ. 61
Manhattan 67. Lehigh 60
Md-Baltimore County 73, Robert Morris 60
Mount St. Mary's, Md. 73, Wagner 58
Northeastern 74, New Hampshire 67
Penn 86, Brown 55
Princeton 66, Yale 33
Quinnipiac 81. St. Francis, Pa. 62
Rutgers 97, Villanova 87
St. Boneventure 53, Massachusetts 50
St. Francis, N.Y. 83, Cent. Connecticut St.
79
St. John's 86, Seton Hall 75
St. Josep's 78, Virginia Tech 60
Temple 70, Fordham 65
Xavier 56, Duquesne 42
SOUTH
Ala..Birmingham 116, Houston 78
Alabama A&M 76, Alabama St. 63
Alcorn St. 73, Miss, Valley St. 66
Appalachian St. 100, VMI 64
Auvurn 73, LSU 70
Austin Peay 78, E. Kentucky 57
Campbell 86. Florida Atlantic 70
Centenary 58, Jacksonville 52
Cincinnati 54, Southern Miss, 52
CoIl of Charleston 62, The Citadel 39
COMMi St. 69, Bethune-Cookman 50
E. Illinois 75, Middle Tennessee 73
E. Tennessee St. 82, Davidson 75
Elon 64, Coastal Carolina 61
Florida St. 75. Georgia Tech 56
Georgia Southern 60, Furman 57
Georgia St. 81, Cent. Florida 76
Hampton 77, N. Carolina A&T 71, OT
High Point 77, Charleston Southern 75
Howard 63, Md-Eastern Shore 60
James Madison 73, East Carolina 57
Kentucky 73, Vanderbilt 57
Louisiana Tech 75, South Alabama 65, OT
Mississippi St. 55, Alabama 50
Morehead St. 92, Tennessee St. 76
Morgan St. 106, Florida A&M 82
Murray St. 87, Tenn: Martin 58
N.C.-Asheville 77, Liberty 72
NE Louisiana 90, McNeese St. 79
Norfolk St. 79, S. Carolina St. 72
Northwestern St. 79. Lamar 60
Notre Dame 71, Miami 68
Old Dominion 82. Va. Commonwealth 72
Richmond 56. N.CWilmington 47,
SE Missouri 64, Tennessee Tech 51
SW Louisiana 91, Arkansas St. 85
Samford 80, Mercer 58
Soutnern U. 97.Ark:.Pine Bluff 78
Tennessee 86, South Carolina 57

W. Carolina 64, UNC-Greensboro 63
W. Kentucky 65, New Orleans 44
Wake Forest 64. Clemson 61
Winthrop 70, Radford 56
Wofford 78, Chattanooga 71
MIDWEST
Ball St. 59, E. Michigan 42
Butler 60, Wright St. 53
Cleveland St. 79, Loyola, I. 72
DePaul 75, Marquette 60
Detroit 70, III.-Chicago 42
Drake 66. Bradley 63
Evansville 81, Wichita St. 73
Ind.-Pur.-Indpis. 62, W. Illinois 57
Kansas 74, Iowa St. 60
Kansas St. 82. Texas Tech 63
Kent 68, Bowling Green 63
Marshall 76, Akron 67
Michigan St. 8 , Michigan 67
Minnesota 75, Penn St. 60
N. Iowa 69, Illinois St. 59
Northwestern 59, Illinois 46
Oakland, Mich, 68, Chicago St. 61
Ohio St. 73, Indiana 56
S. Illinois 63. Indiana St. 62
Saint Louis 78, Tulane 60
Toledo 74, Ohio U. 60
Valparaiso 83, Youngstown St. 76, OT
W. Michigan 69, N. Illinois 68
SOUTHWEST
Grambling St. 75. Prairie View 56
Jackson St. 74, Texas Southern 59
Mississippi 76, Arkansas 65
Missouri 96, Texas A&M 91
Oklahoma 89, Colorado 75
Oklahoma St. 76, Baylor 63
Rice 63, Colorado St. 60
SW Texas 66, Texas-Arlington 45
Texas-EI Paso 82, San Diego St. 66
Texas-San Antonio 84, Stephen F. Austin 80
FAR WEST
Arizona 88, Washington 86
Arizona St. 91, Washington St. 63
Boise St. 77, UC Santa Barbara 64
Cal St.-Fullerton 72, North Texas 55
E. Washington 85, CS Northridge 79
Gonzaga 83, Pepperdine 52
Idaho 101, Cal PolySLO 75
Idaho St. 94, Montana St. 91
Long Beach St. 64, Utah St. 55
N. Arizona 82, Portland St. 52
New Mexico 82, Hawaii 59
New Mexico St. 60, UC Irvine 56
Oregon St. 69, Southern Cal 66
Pacific 82, Nevada 64
Portland 72. Loyola Marymount 69
S. Utah 90, Missouri-Kansas City 80
Santa Clara 56, San Diego 43
St. Mary's, Cal. 66, San Francisco 65
Stanford 71, California 62
UCLA 65, Oregon 63
UNLV 91. Air Force 58
Utah 75. Brigham Young 54
Weber St. 79, Montana 61

Who: Shannon Shakespeare
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba
High School: Kelvin

Sport: Swimming
Year: Junior .

In a clash of
titans,
Tennessee
defeated
Connecticut,

Why: Shakespeare won the 100-yard freestyle, took second in the
100-yard breaststroke and third in the 100-yard butterfly. The junior
also helped the 400-yard freestyle relay team take first place in a
dual meet against Tennessee.
Background: Holds several Big Ten and Michigan records ... Member
of the 1996 Canadian Olympic team ... Seven-time Canadian national
Champion ... Enrolled in the Division of Kinesiology ... Born May 6,
1977.

Shakespeare

92-81.
F
Tennessee in business
after win over UConn

ILE PHOTO

STORRS, Conn. (AP) - Second-ranked
Tennessee stopped No. 1 Connecticut's 54-
game home winning streak Sunday as
Semeka Randall and Chamique Holdsclaw
each scored 25 points in a 92-81 victory.
The score was tied at 76 with three minutes
left before Randall scored seven points in a
closing 16-5 burst.
The Lady Vols (13-1) evened the series at
4-4 and avenged a 1996 loss to UConn that
snapped Tennessee's NCAA record 69-game
home win streak.
UJConn (13-1)had the longest home win-
ning string in the nation.
Tennessee's late run broke open a game
that was mostly back-and-forth in the sec-
ond half. Teresa Geter started the spurt with
a jumper at 3:17 and Tamika Catchings
took advantage of a turnover and hit a 3-
pointer.
After Geter made two free throws, Randall
completed a three-point play on another a

UConn scoring leader to the bench with her
fifth.
Catching's layup put Tennessee up 88-76
with 1:05 left. After a pair of foul shots by
UConn's Swin Cash and a 3-pointer from
Keirsten Walters, Randall closed out the
game with back-to-back baskets.
UConn had two brief leads the second
half. Walters' 3-pointer at 11:03 put the
Huskies up by one point and Cash gave
UConn a 68-67 edge with a foul shot with
6:50 left.
Both teams played their up-tempo style
from the opening tip. The Huskies got
their only lead of the period early on
Walters' 3-pointer, but Holdsclaw scored
the next three baskets as part of a 10-2 run
capped by Kellie Jolly's four-point play.
Tennessee led 42-36 at halftime. The Lady
Vols outrebounded UConn 47-32, led by
Holdsclaw's nine.
Cash scored 19 points for UConn and

Yesterday's men's
college basketball
scores
EAST
Delaware 70, Towson 60
Drexel 86, Hartford 63
Iona 82, St. Peter's 73
Maine 80, Boston U. 66
Pittsburgh 86, Boston College 70
Rhode Island 78, Dayton 56
Vermont 76, Hofstra 70
SOUTH
Duke 15, Virginia 69
Maryland 94, N. Carolina St. 48
MIDWEST
Wisconsin 61, Purdue 56
Sears Directors Cup
Division I standings as of Jan. 8.
1. Stanford, 310
2. Florida, 210
3. Penn State, 190
4. Arkansas, 180
5. Wisconsin, 160
6. Brigham Young, 150
7. Southern California, 150
8. Indiana, 140
Virginia, 140
10. Connecticut, 130
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North Carolina 130
Santa Clara 130
14. Arizona, 120
Massachusetts, 120
16. UCLA, 110
Colorado. 110
18. Long Beach State, 100
Ohio State, 100
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Schedule
Friday, Jan. 15
Women's Swim/Diving vs.
Purdue (at Huron HS), 1 p.m.
Men's Swim/Diving vs. Purdue
(at Huron HS), 5 p.m.
Women's Gymnastics vs.
Minnesota, 7 p.m.
Ice Hockey at Ferris State, 7
p.m.
Women's Basketball at
Wisconsin, 7 p.m. CST
Saturday, Jan. 16
Men's Basketball vs. Ohio
State, Noon
Men's/Women's Track/Field vs.
Indiana, Michigan State, Kansas
Noon
Women's Swim/Diving at
Georgia, Noon
Men's Swim/Diving vs. Penn
State (at HuronHS), 1 p.m.
Ice Hockey vs. W. Michigan, 7

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Men's Tennis at Big Ten Singles
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Women's Tennis vs. Brigham
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Sunday, Jan. 17
Wrestling vs. Lehigh, 1 p.m.
Women's Basketball vs. Penn
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Men's Tennis at Big Ten Singles
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Women's Tennis vs. Fresno
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