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									                  The NCAA
                  November    19,1984,      Volume 21 Number     41                          Official   Publication     of the                 National      Collegiate   Athletic       Association

                                                                                                                                    Autonomy issue tops
                                                                                                                                    governance legislation
                                                                                                                                        Two proposals supported by the                  0 The definition of “commonly
                                                                                                                                    Presidents’ Cotntnission, including              accepted educational expenses” i:
                                                                                                                                    onrtoincreasevotmgautonomywith-                  that definition 1smoved to the bylaws.
                                                                                                                                    in Division 1, head the list of 14                  This proposal also would establish
                                                                                                                                    governance proposals to be cansi-                a Divlsloti I ma.jority rescission procr-
                                                                                                                                    dered by the 19X5NCAA Convention.                dure and clardy that legislation appli-
                                                                                                                                         Proposal No 30. sponsored by the            cable only to a single division or
                                                                                                                                    NCAA Council and supported by the                subdlvlsron can be submitted only by
                                                                                                                                    Presidents’ Commission, would per-               members of that division or subdivi-
                                                                                                                                    mit the Division 1-A membership and              SlotI.
                                                                                                                                    the combined membership of Divi-                     The other governance proposal
                                                                                                                                    sions I-AA and l&AAA to vote srpa-               supported by the Presidents’ Corn-
                                                                                                                                    rately on any issue in those bylaws              mission (and sponsored by 11)IS No.
                                                                                                                                    that may be amended by a division                32, which would amend Constltutlon
                                                                                                                                    acting separately, with the following            3-2-(h) to require all expenditures
                                                                                                                                    exceptions.                                      and income from the athletics pro-
                                                                                                                                        l Bylaws 5-6 and S-7, which deal             gram to he controlled by the institu-
                                                                                                                                    withinstitutionalandconferenceeligi-             tion and included in its regular accoun-
                                                                                                                                     hility for NCAA championships.                  ting, budgeting and audltmg proce-
                                                                                                                                        l Bylaw 6-5-(r), which pertains to           dures.
                                                                                                                                    the annual numhrr 01 fmanclal ald                    Three members of the Ohio Valley
                                                                                                                                    awards in Ijivision I men’ and worn-
                                                                                                                                                                s                    Conference and three other Division
                                                                                                                                    en’ basketball.
                                                                                                                                          s                                          I institutions, all six located in Ten-
                                                                                                                                        0 Bylaw 7-I-(b), which sets forth            nessee, have submitted Proposal No.
                                                                                                                                    the number of permissible coaches m              33. which would amend Bylaw 5-6-
                                                                                                                                     Dlvlsion I basketball, and the rem               (g) to require an annual internal
                                                                                                                                     mainder of Bylaw 7 legislation as it            audit.
Water polo contender                                                                                                                 pertains to basketball.
                                                                                                                                         l Bylaw5 1 I 1-(a) through (e) and
                                                                                                                                                                                           his proposal, to go into effect
                                                                                                                                                                                     August I, 19X6, would require the
                                                                                                                                     I l-4, which deal with Ijivision I              chief executive officer of a Division 1
                                                                                                                                     criteria that are not based on football          institution to certify that the institu-
                                                                                                                                     requirements.                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                      tion’ Internal auditors have reviewed
                                                                                                                                                                                      the institution’ academic and fman-

Davis, Bailev head list of NCAA               J
                                                                                                                                 nominations                                                                    uiJ
                                                                                                                                                                                     cial aid ,ccurXis hiid LC;I t;ia; .Iley
                                                                                                                                                                                      meet all appropriate NCAA regula-
    John R. Davis, faculty athletics rep-     University of Connecticut director of      Ten Conference). Elect Vernon M.           well, dlrector of athletics, Cannon                  A Division I institution would not
resentative at Oregon State Univer-           athletics, as president, and Bailey        Smith, director of athletics, University   [Jniversity.                                      be eligible for NCAA championships
sity; Wilford S. Bailey, faculty athle-       would replace Davis as secretary-          of Toledo (Mid-American         Athletic      Region 11-3. Reelect Joan Boand,               unless the CEO suhmitted this report
tics representative and former interim        treasurer. Roaden was nominated to         Conference). Elect Joan Cronan, di-                                 s
                                                                                                                                    coordmator of women’ athletics,                   by September I5 of each year.
president at Auburn Ilniversity, and          replace Gwendolyn Norrell, Michigan                         s
                                                                                         rector of women’ athletics, University     Grand Valley State College.                          Two somewhat controversial pro-
Arliss 1,. Roadrn, president of Ten-          State University, whose term on the        of Tennessee, Knoxvrlle (Southeastern         At large: Elect Raymond Burse,                 posals in the governance section are
nesseeTechnological University, have          Council ends upon adjournment of           Conference). Elect Albert M. Witte,        president, Kentucky State University.             Nos. 34 and 36, which would change
been recommended by the NCAA                  the 1985 Convention.                       faculty athletics representative, Uni&                                                                        See Autonomy. puge I3
                                                                                         versity of Arkansas, Fayetteville                        Division    III
Nominating Committee to serve as                  Several of the Nominating Com-
                                                                                                                                       At large: Reelect Thomas M. Kin-
NCAA president, secretary-treasurer
and Divrsron 1 vice-president, respec-
                                              mittee’ recommendations call for
                                              reelection of Council members to
                                                                                         (Southwest Athletic Conference).
                                                                                            The committee notes that if Bailey      der, director of athletics, Bridgewater
                                                                                                                                    College (Virginia). Reelect’  Judith M.
tively, for 1985 and 1986.                    serve tour-year terms after having         is not elected secretary-treasurer, he
    They head the Nominating Corn-
mittee’ slate of candidates for NCAA
                                              served two years or less since the
                                              Council was restructured in 1983.
                                                                                         would complete his term on the Coun-
                                                                                         cil and Cronan could not be elected.
                                                                                                                                    Sweet, director of athletics, University
                                                                                                                                    of California, San Dlego. Elect A. P.            athletes win
                                                                                                                                    Perkinson Jr, president, St. Andrews
offices and vacancies on the NCAA
Council, which 1s being announced
this week in The NCAA News and in
                                                  The electrons 01 the new president
                                              and secretary-treasurer will take place
                                              during the business session of the
                                                                                         Instead, m order to comply with the
                                                                                         six-woman Division I Council require-
                                                                                         ment, Susie Pembroke-Jones, director
                                                                                                                                    Presbyterian College.
                                                                                                                                       Terms for all of the nommees for
                                                                                                                                                                                     academic test
                                                                                                                                                                                        A study conducted at 57 Dlvtslon I
 the Official Notice of the 19X5 NC-AA        January 14-16, 1985, Convention in                     s
                                                                                         of women’ athletrcs, Northern Illinois     Council positions will expire m Janu-
                                                                                                                                                                                     institutions shows that freshman ath-
 Convention, to be mailed to all               Nashville, Tennessee. Election of the     University, then would be nominated        ary 1989 except for Cronan, who
                                                                                                                                                                                     letes perform as well in the classroom
 members Wednesday (November 21).              Division I vice-president wrll occur m    in place of Smith as the Mid-Ameri-                                  s
                                                                                                                                    would complete Bailey’ term (rxpir-
                                                                                                                                    ing in January 1987) if he is elected            as freshman nonathletes with corn-
      Davis served four years on the          that division’ round table January
                                                            s                            can Athletic Conference representa-                                                         parable academic backgrounds.
 Council before being elected secre-           14, and that election will he ratified    tive.                                      secretary-treasurer.
                                                                                                                                                                                        ‘The study, conducted over I8
 tary-treasurer, the position he has           by the full Convention. All of the            Division I-AA Central region: Re          The terms of all other Council
                                                                                                                                                                                     months, concluded that participation
 held the past two years. Bailey IS            officers serve two-year terms.            elect Arliss L. Roaden, president,         members continue, including Division             in varsity athletics had no measurable
 completing his second year on the                Each division will fill its own va-    Tennessee Technological University.        II Vice-President Ade 1~. Sponberg,              effect on freshman athletes’ grades.
 Council as the Southeastern Confer-          cancies on the Council during the              Division I-AA South region: Elect      North Dakota State University, and                   Data on 2,OOOgrant-in-aid studrnt-
 ence representative. Roaden, com-             division round tahlrs.                    John E. Thomas, chancellor, Appa-          Division I II Vice-President Elirabeth            athletes and an equal number of non-
 pleting a two-year term on the Council           The committee’ nommatlons for
                                                                  s                      lachian State University.                  A. Krucrek, Fitchburg State College.             athletes was gathered at public and
 as the Division I-AA Central region           Council positions:                            Division I&AAA: Reelect Kathleen       Their terms as officers will expire m            private institutions for the study by
 representative, also is nominated for                      Division   I                  M. Wear, assistant director of ath-       January 1986.                                    the American College Testing Pro-
 reelection to a full term on the Coun-          Division 1-A conferences: Elect Ciil-   letics, La Salle University.                  The Nominating Committee was                  gram, the College Board and the
 cil.                                         bert S. Banker, faculty athletics rep-                    Division   II               chaired by Jack V. Doland, president              EducatIonal Testing Service.
      Davis would replace John I.. limer,     resentative, Purdue University (Big           Region II-l:   Reelect Howard El-       of McNeese State University.                        “The athletes completed more
                                                                                                                                                                                     (credit) hours, had the same grades
Field goal, scoring records are assured in Division I-A                                                                                                                              and returned in their sophomore year
                                                                                                                                                                                     in greater numbers than the nonath-
By James M. Van Valkenburg                                             ?
                                                  How can we be certain’ Both things     or was, 356 by Tony Dorsett of Pitts-       I-A offense behind      1983
NCAA Director of Statistics                   have already happened. That’ right,
                                                                             s           burgh from 1976 to 1979. Butler has a          Division I-A offensive figures are                         See As,freshmen. page 13
   After another round of upsets, the                       s
                                              if the country’ 1-A kickers miss every     mathematical chance, because he now         running a tiny bit behind 1983 and it
bowl picture was monumentally un-             one of their attempts the rest of the      has 343. But ZendeJas would have to         does not seem likely they will catch up          In the News
clear at this writing and the race for        season over 32 games, they still would     be blanked against Arizona while            in the last 32 games. Passing yardage              A little-known coach from a littlr-
No. I was up m the air-the       moun-        have a per-game average of 2.17, and       Butler scored 22 against Georgia            is 361.X per game (both teams com-              known school has turned the Wash-
tain air of Provo, Utah, home of the                                                     Tech ~ unlikely but not impossible.         bined) and total offense is 695.7,              ington Huskres into a top national
only Division I-A perfect-record team:                                                   ZendeJas held the career field goal         compared to the records of 365.5 and
Brigham Young.                                       Goofball notes                      record when the season started and          704.5 set a year ago. Yards per attempt
                                                                                                                                                                                     football power..
                                                                                                                                                                                         hampionships results in Divisions
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            . .2
   But you can be absolutely sure of                                                     now has 77 to Butler’ 74.
                                                                                                              s                      (6.77) and completion percentage                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                     II and 111 men’ and women’ cross s
two things: (I) The nation’ Division          the record is 2. I I set in 1983. Right       A field-goal record may be set in        (52.7) also are barely behind 1983’     s       country, Division I field hockey, and
I-A kickers will set an all-time record       now, they are averaging 2.29 per           Division I&AA ~ it will he close. The       record figures of 6.79 and 53.6 percent.                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                     women’ soccer         .   . . . . . . .7-K
for field goals made per game; and (2)        game and have been 68.1 percent            current average is 1.60 per game vs.        The same is true of yards per rush                 Legislative Assistance . .       . IO
the all-time record-holder in Division        accurate, well above the 65.7 percent      the record 1.59 in 1982. Accuracy,          (3.73 vs. 3.80) and yards per total                A new system of hiring coaches in
1-A scoring will be a kicker-either           record set last year.                      however, is well behind the record in       offensive play (4.87 vs. 4.92 ~ the             Dlvlslon 111 is proposed by a head
 Arizona State’ I,uis Zendejas or Geor-
                s                                Zendejas now has 364 career points      I-AA, with 58.4 percent currently vs.       record). Passing emphasis declined                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                     men’ basketball coach . . . . . . . . I6
gia’ Kevin Butler.                            with one game left and the record is,      the record 60.3 in 1983.                                                      3
                                                                                                                                                     See Fidd god, page’
2      November 19,1984

    The NCAA                                                                                                                        Comment
Third                                choice was the charm for Washington
By Bud Withers                                                                  commissioner of the Western Athletic Conference, wanted Dan                 More than merely a favor to the man who hired him at Kent
Eugene Rrg~strr~<;uard                                                          Devine, the head coach of the Green Bay Packers, who wanted              State, James was helping to ensure his future as a football
   The turnstiles click with the monotony of a metronome.                       out of Green Bay. But Devine turned Kearney down and opted               coach. He knew Mike Lude was a football man, a guy who
 People still come by boat to Husky Stadium, where the football                 a year later for Notre Dame.                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                         would look after football’ interests.
team is as genteel with opponents as a horde of rioting inmates.                    Kearney had a second choice: Mike White of California.                  Now it is 1984. Since the program blossomed in 1977, Wash-
   And today, it is Don James who walks across l,ake Washing-                   Kearney was so sure White would accept that he confided the              mgton has won more games than any other Pat- IO school and
ton to work, much as Jim Owens once did.                                        choice to the Seattle Times. The newspaper’ presses were
                                                                                                                                 s                       has been to more bowl games than either Southern California or
   Yes, the Washington Huskies are the most canny and consis-                   rollmg with the news of Owens’ replacement a la Thomas                   UCLA. Season-ticket sales are at 50,000 and the Huskies and
tent football program in the Pacific- IO Conference, and, yes.                  Dewey and the Chicago Tribune, when, lo and behold, Mike                 Seahawks are coexisting nicely. And Sports Illustrated, listing
evrrything seems serene there on the campus by the Montlake                     White declined                                                           the top three college coaches a couple of months ago, came up
cut.                                                                                The third choice was James. The Huskies were stuck with a            with “I, Don James. 2, Don James. 3, Don James.” That is a
   That is the surface look.                                                    little-known coach from Kent State, a little-known school.               disservice to a lot of other good coaches, but you get the point.
   The intrigue lies below. What if, for example, Mike White                                                                                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                            Lude, meanwhile, is known as a football coach’ athletics
had been hired as football coach at the llniversity of Washington                   Lude had nothing to do with hiring him. But he had done that         director, just like James figured.
nine years ago? What if an obscure coach named Dick Pudding-                    I                                                                  I        At Oregon, while the track programs annually lose a great
ton hadn’ been so determined back in l970? What if Don .James                                                                                            deal of money, they are supported because of their rich tradition
hadn’ offered asuggestion when the Huskies went searching for
an athletics director in IY7h’
                                                                                       Colufnnary Craft                                            4
                                                                                                                                                     /   and national reputation. Because they give Oregon something
                                                                                                                                                         to hang its hat on.
   Sometimes, it is a fine line between the promised land and the               once before, at Kent State in 1970. I.ude was named athletics               Lude has none of that, only football.
poorhouse. Ever wish you’ walked out the door just a minute                     director there in November of that year.                                                                                       m
                                                                                                                                                            “If I cared about all things equally,” he said, “I’ afraid 1
earlier and missed that phone call’ Ever genullect because you                                                                                                    t                                                ve
                                                                                                                                                         wouldn’ be putting my energies into the right area. If I’ got a
were there to answer it?                                                                                              t
                                                                                    “I was staying in a hotel; 1 hadn’ even gotten a place to live                                                       ve       ve
                                                                                                                                                         chain of stores and football is the best store I’ got, I’ got to
                                                                                yet,“said Lude.“The football coach, Dick Puddington, came to             take that one and make the cash registers jingle.”
   Let us set the scene. Seattle, 1975. Down there by the railroad
                                                                                me with a letter of resignation. Before he gave it to me, 1 knew
station, the Kingdome is becoming reality. The Scahawks are                                                                                                 James has made it a productive arrangement.
                                                                                                      I     t
                                                                                what it was. I said, ‘ don’ want that.“’
coming. Up at the University of Washington, the athletics offi-                                                                                             “He has an absolutely canny ability of knowing the essentials
cials are scared, haunted by visions of cities where pro sports ran                But Puddington was persistent. He came back the next week.            from the nonessentials,“said Lude. “The difference between him
college interest right out of town. And the Huskies are coming                  This time Lude accepted. Then he went out and hired James,                                                         t
                                                                                                                                                         and some coaches is Don James doesn’ worry about changing
off successive losing seasons in 1973 and 1974.                                 who was defensive coordinator at Colorado when Lude was                                         s
                                                                                                                                                         all the uniforms; he’ much more concerned about what goes
   Today, Mike I,ude, the Washington athletics director, rolls his              head coach at Colorado State in the late 1960s.                          into them.
eyes when he recalls the apprehension.                                             There is one more piece to the puzzle. The missing link is the                s
                                                                                                                                                            “He’ not going to waste his time worrying about what
   “In 1975, we sold 40,621 season tickets,“said Lude. “The next                                                         s
                                                                                person who sits in the athletics director’ chair at Washington ~                      re
                                                                                                                                                         aircraft we’ flying on the charter, or where people are seated.
year, we lost 7,000 of them. We lost more the next year.”                       I .ude.                                                                   Up until a year ago, he had the same furniture in his office that
   It was Joe Kearney, not Lude, who was athletics director                        A year after the Huskies hired James, they were scurrying             had been there with coach Owens a long time ago.”
when the Huskies had to go looking for a football coach to                      about for Joe Kearney’ replacement. James asked if he could
                                                                                                         s                                                  So there you have it. I wonder where Dick Puddington is
replace Jim Owens after the 1974 season. Kearney, now                           make a recommendation. It was Lude.                                      today:’

Best change is CEO involvement                                                                                                                         Qpestions/Answers
D. J. DiJulin, commissioner                                                                    s
                                                                          Bud Childets, women’ basketball        coach
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference                                        Murray State University
MAAC        News
   “The best change in intercollegiate athletics over the
                                                                          News r&use
                                                                             (Concerning the 30-second vs. the 4S-second shot               Q.    Are there any limits on the number of coaches an institution may
                                                                                                                                            employ in rhe sports of football and men’ basketball’?
past five years has been the increased involvement of the                               re
                                                                          clock): “You’ prrssrd II-Ithe back court. that cats up six to
chief executive officers at many, many institutions. They,                 IO seconds, and you regroup and cntcr into your half-court       A.        _.    .. .
                                                                                                                                                   Yes. Dlvlslon I _A mstltutions may have a maximum of one head
more than anyone else, are in a posItIon to enforce                       oftcnsr aftrr another four or five seconds; 111  most cases,      coach and nine assistant coaches in football; Division I-AA institutions
institutional policy and set the tone for athletics programs.             you havr not only battled a tough press but the clock ah          are allowed one head coach, eight assistant coaches and two part-time
   “While the problems seem to be frustrating and suffo-                          s
                                                                          well. It’ the clock that can heat you, too.                       coaches. Division I haskrtball programs are allowed one head coach,
cating ar times, the increased involvement of the educa-                     “When you have only 30 seconds to shoot and you vpend          two assistant coaches and one part&time assistant coach. There are no
tional leaders of our campuses will bring about needed                    a major portion of that time just getting your tram Into the      limns in either sport in Divisions II and 111.In addition, an mstitutlon
reforms, and I’ sure rhe much-needed recommitment to
                m                                                                       s
                                                                          offense. .let’ look ar the 45-second shot clock tor the           may have an uncompensated volunteer coach and any undergraduate
play within the rules and conduct mtercollrgiate athletics                future. I think it WIII add greatly to the overall quality of     student-athletes who havr exhausted their ehglbility or who arc injured
with high integrity.                                                                                            s
                                                                          all of our performances in women’ baskrthall.”                    to the point that they are unable to practice or compete ever again in
   “Those of us within intercollegiate athletics must admit               John <I. Weistart, professor of law                               intercolleglate athletics.
(whether we like it or not) that the high visiblhty and role-             Duke University
                                                                          7he New York Times
                                                                                                                                           Readers are rnvrted to .ruhmit questions to this cwlumn. All qurstions
                                                                             “A troublesome undercurrent in intercollegiate sports
        Opinions                     Out Loud                             is what I call the Great American Non-Sequitur. .We
                                                                          demand that the athlete embrace the ideal of a four-year
                                                                                                                                           pertaining to the NCAA and interr.ollr@te athletics will he answered
                                                                                                                                           in future i.r.rue.rof The NCAA News as space prmits.
1                                                                     ,   university education only if his talents arc in the areas of     Mv question is.
model status 01 our programs impart the responsibility to                 basketball or foetball. For those with abilities in baseball,
ensure that our programs are operated in a manner of                      hockey, tennis or golt, there are opportunities for devel-
high quality and integrity.                                               opment outslde the university setting. Statistics from
   “A change will occur only with continued mtluence of                   baseball, for example, suggest that roughly half of the
college presidents and a recommitment to the purposes                     high-quality school players choose to enroll in college.”
and principles of intercollegiate athletics.”
                                                                          Johnny Majors, head football coach
Gordon S. White Jr., sportswriter                                         University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The New York Times                                                        The Associared Press
Chronicle    of Higher   Educotron                                           “It used to be very difficult to make a youngster under-
   “Heisman hype has absolutely no bearing on my                          stand why you were redshirting him. Redshirt was almost
vote. It has had an impact on other writers over the                      a dirty word. But now, I think more of them understand
years, and often the trophy has not gone to the most                      and actually come in expecting it. That has a lot to do           PIeusechp und It-turn tot
deserving candidate.                                                      with honesty In recruiting and with getting players                                              Thr NCAA   News
   “Many men do vote on the publicity. With 1,000                         mature and unselfish enough to do what is best for the                                             P.O. Box IV06
or more electors, many are not qualified and do not                       program.                                                                                       Mission, Kansas 6620I
know the subject. Many men vote who never see a                                                   s
                                                                             “In the long run, it’ best for most of them, too.”
college football game all year.
   “But the ironic thing is that colleges waste an awful
lot of money. An atrocious amount of athletics funds is                                                                                                                 by Jeff Millar            & Bill Hinds
wasted basically to benefit one player.”
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Field goal
Conrlnued/iom page I
slightly a second straight year. So far,
37.4 percent of all plays have been
passes, vs. 37.6 last year and the
record 38.0 in 1982. Even scoring,
previously up due to the field-goal
explosion, is coming down off the
record 1983 figure of 44.2 points per
game to a current 44.0.
I-AA   offense setting records
   Division I-AA, in contrast, is set-
ting offensive records right and left.
Passing yards now average almost as
much as I-A ~ 361.78 per game to
36 I .79 ~~ far above the I-AA record
of 334.5 set last season. Scoring, too,
is close to I-A, with a current 43.6
points per game, far above the record
42.1 of 1983. Total offensive yards
(666.Q completion percentage (50. I),
touchdown passes (2.43) and yards
per offensive play (4.7 I) are all above
the I-AA records of 645. I. 49.4, 2. I7       Texas Christian’ Kenneth Davis
                                                             s                                Put Brennan, Franklin quarter-                Sean Paylon of Eastern Illinois              Wheaton (IIlirwis) senior Keith
and 4.60, respectively.                       ranks high in rhree categories                  buck, is Ihe total- offensive leader          ranks second in total offense in            Bishop is the totul- offensive leuder
                                              Division I-A                                    in Division II                                Division   II                               in Division III
Lnvette close to 4,000 rushing
   Georgia Tech senior Robert Lavette         lina SID)                                       Cooley says. “They hear about what            season ever by beating Olivet 55-O to       Family   affair
needs only 43 yards against Georgia                Arizona State kicker Luis Zendejas              re
                                                                                              we’ doin’    and they say, ‘  Man, I want     finish 9-O. The championship of the              Kansas State’ Calvin SwitTer, a
to become the 20th player in Division         went into last Saturday night’ game s           to see this.“’ Boyer is happy- his            Michigan Intercollegiate        Athletic    250-pound offensive guard, is the
I-A history to gain 4,000 yards in            with Colorado State with 355 career             school may survive after all. “1 take it       Association is the seventh in I5 sea-      fifth Switzer to become an outstand-
career rushing. Central Michigan’     s       points, needing just two to break the           any way I can get it,” he says. “Without      sons under coach Ray Smith          more    ing athlete at K-State. His father
Curtis Adams has ended his career at          all-time Division I-A scoring record            Valley, many of our students might            than any other coach in MIAA an-            Very1 was an all-America back and
4,162, becoming the 19th player to            of 356 by Pittsburgh’ Tony Dorsett
                                                                        s                     not go to college at all.” (<‘      harks      nals. (Tom Renner, Hope SID)               pro for the Green Bay Packers, older
reach 4,000.                                  in 1973-76. “Some of the guys are               Prophet. Mississippi Vul1e.y Stute                 Talk about great turnarounds. Be-      brother Very1 .Jr. was a Big Eight
   Lavette also leads all seniors in          saying I should kick the points left-           SID)                                           loit was 2-7 a year ago and picked for     champion in the long jump, cousin
career all-purpose running at 5,272           footed,” the right-footed soccer-styler             Washington’ Don James coaches
                                                                                                                s                           the cellar this season in the Midwest       Phil was a starter in the Kansas State
yards. with Florida State’ Greg Allen         told Walter Berry of the Associated             from a tower, as Paul “Bear” Bryant            Conferen&, but instead rolled to an                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                        secondary m 1982, and Phil’ brother
next at 4,996 and Navy’ Napoleon
                            s                 Press. “But you know what I really              used to, and split end Mark Pattison           X-l record (losing only to Ripon) ~         Marvm was a starter at defensive
McCallum third at 4,842, even though          want to do:’ I want to score on a two-          told .Jim Armstrong of the Denver               the most wins by a Beloit squad since     back in 1975 and 1976. Calvin was a
he missed the last nine games with an         point conversion. Or, we fake the field         Post: “I’ never forget when 1 was a
                                                                                                        ll                                    1952. (Jim Brdeson, B&it .stati.rti-      starter in 44 of 45 games over his
injury. In career scoring among non-          goal and the holder throws a pass to            freshman and a sophomore, I was so             ciun)                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                        career, including Kansas State’ only
kickers, it is Allen with 278 points and                       t
                                              me. Wouldn’ that be great? I’ break d           intimidated by that tower. It’ like s              Minnesota-Duluth wrapped up its        bowl game, after the 1982 season.
 Lavette 270.                                 the record and score my first toueh-            God looking down over your                      15th consecutive winning season with      When he and Phil were teammates at
                                              down all on the same play!” (As it              sh&der.” Like God? “Well, not really           a victory over Bemidji State, 19-O.        the Independence Bowl. Winning the
Flutie, Cunningham      1-2
                                              turned out, Zendejas broke the record           like God,” said PattIson. “No, more            The shutout was srcond of the season       final game, 3X-6, over Colorado last
   Boston College’ Doug Flutie, with
                                              with a first-half pomt-after and now            like. well, like I ,ee lacocca.”               for the Bulldogs, and during all of the    Saturday, was good, Swit7er said:
two games left, remains on target for
                                              has 364 career points with one game                 “When people say, ‘         f‘
                                                                                                                        The ‘ rojans are      last 26 seasons-all     under veteran     “‘You always remember the last game
I 1,000 yards total offense and 10.000
passing. He already holds the all-time        left.) (Gory Rausch. Arizono State              back,’ you get the ImpressIon that             coach Jim Malosky- they have reg-          of the season. There were ups and
                                              SID)                                                 ve
                                                                                              we’ been losing for years,” said                lstercd at least one shutout. Can any     downs, but my family made it easier.
marks in both categories, set in recent
                                                  “I’ love to pay athletes,“Tennessee
                                                     d                                        Southern       California       lmebacker       team top that? (Bob N~vgaarci, Min-           s
                                                                                                                                                                                         It’ easier growing up with athletes.”
werks, and now has 10,537 total of-
fense and 9,831 passing.                      athletics advisor David Boles told              Duane Bickett. “We really haven’          t    n~sora- Dulurh S/D)                        (Mike Scoff. Kansa.r Stare SID)
   Nevada-Las Vegas senior Randall            Thomas OToole of the Knoxville                  bren gone that long.”
Cunningham also has two games left            News-Sentinel. “But I would interlock               Washington State runner Rueben            I-A, I-AA attendance on way up
in which to add to his No. 2 figure           that payment with education. When               Mayes is from North Battleford, Sas-              Both Division I-A and Division I-AA attendance now seem certain to top
among current 1-A players ~ 7,667             they miss a class, it will cost them.           katchewan, Canada, about 300 miles             19X3, both in per-game average and m total attendance, despite last weekend’        s
total offense.                                                       t
                                              Maybe people don’ like the sound of             north of the Canadian border. Says            bad weather and slim crowds in other places.
                                              that, but the athletes are here for an                                          t
                                                                                              coach Jim Walden: “I can’ wait until              Dlvlslon 1-A now is averaging 42,346 per game but is almost 2X0.000 brhind
Triple crown for Byars?                       education. All this says is if you hit          all those other coaches start rushing
   Ohio State junior Kclth Byars will                                                                                                       last year 111 total attendance. The totals lag soon WIII be corrected, however,
                                              the hooks, the money WIII be warting            up to North Battleford to try to get          because there are 3 I home games left for I-A teams (in a 32nd game, a 1-A team
win a triple crown in statistics-             for you.”                                       the next crop of recruits. You won’       t   is playing at a I&AA site ~~Boston College at Holy Cross December I) vs. just
rushing, scoring and all-purpose run-              Boles’  comments came shortly after        see most of them until the spring
ning ~ unless Texas Christian Jumor                                                                                                          IX more at this stage a year ago If those 31 games simply draw each tram’          s
                                              Tennessee coach John Ma.jors en-                                t
                                                                                              thaw. It won’ take long to lose most          season average a reasonable expectation because many are traditional
Kenneth Davis, now third. gains I86           dorscd paying athletes $50 a month              of them in the snow banks of North
yards rushing in his final game at                                                                                                          games for big-attendance hsmc teams they WIII add a little more than I.5
                                              above their grants-in-aid, to curtail            Battleford _. Wr felt we had a dia-          million spectators to the total. ‘fhat would bring the season total to more than
Texas A&M Saturday. That is what              cheating. Some may think Boles’        plan     mond in the rough thrre years ago.
Davis needs to win the rushing title.                                                                                                       25.X million for 605 games. A little more than 25.5 million is needed to break
                                               reeks of professionalism.            “That      He had so much raw talent, we knew                         s
                                                                                                                                            last season’ final audited figure of 42, I62 per game for 602 games. Thus, even
Byars ended at 150.5 yards per game           doesn’ bother my mind anymore,”
                                                       t                                           d
                                                                                              he’ be worth the gamble.”                     11 the final audit brings the total down by 300,000, the per-game figure still
in rushing and his scoring ( 13. I) and        said Boles. “I look at it differently.             Oregon had I4 players from south-         would be ahovr IYX3. The fmal audit has never reduced the total by more than
all-purpose (207.6) figures are out of         How is a kid supposed to make it up            ern California on its traveling squad         ahout I IO,000
reach.                                         here when he has no money in his               when it won 20-1X at UCLA-                a       In Division I&AA, the final-audit margin is a little closer, but thedivision still
Quotes of the week                             pockets?. What 11you don’ have 50t                                        s
                                                                                              crucial blow to UCLA’ Rose Bowl               should be up by a small margin. Only three I-AA home games rrmain, but one
   Minnesota-Duluth senior defensive                                  !       t
                                               cents to buy a coke’ I don’ care what          hopes. One of them, strong safety             of these IS the traditional Grambling State vs. Southern-Baton Rouge game in
end Steve Ahlers on what it’ like to                        ve               ve
                                               school I’ been in, we’ had kids                 Doug Judge of Carson, had this to            the I,ouisiana Superdome in New Orleans, which annually draws about
be playing college football at the ripe                            t
                                               who literally didn’ have any money.”           say about playing before the home             75,000. That, plus home games for Holy Cross and Alabama State, would bring
old age of 29: “I was paging through           (Huy wood Hurrk. Tennewee SID)                 folks: “Winning at home 1sthe greatest        the I-AA total to a shade under 5. I million, or about I 10,000 more than needed
one of our programs the other day,                 Grambling State coach Eddie Rob-           feeling In the world. It means we can                                 s
                                                                                                                                            to break last season’ final audited figure of 10,767 per game. The final audit
and I saw some of our freshmen were            inson on 6-l I, 314-pound defensive             wear Oregon clothes in the malls.”           usually cuts the I-AA figure about 50,000.
born in 1966. I was already playing            tackle James Polk: “I had to drop two          (Jim Muldoon. Puc~fic~lO SID)                     Once again, the big-attendance conferences in Division 1-A are leading the
Pop Warner football then. That’          s     scholarshipsJust to have enough mo-                The Murray State staff presents           way. The Big Ten Conference, with no home games left, fmlshed at 6X,020 per
when it (his age) really hit home.”            ney to teed him.” (Hrnr~v Hawkins.             weekly offensive and defensive awards         game, and WIII certainly set an all-time national high, even after the final audit
(Bob N,yguurd, Minnesota-Duluth                 Cramhling State SID)                          called “Kahuna” ( an acronym for              (the current record was set by the Big Ten last year at 67,471). The Atlantic
S/D)                                               At the start of the football season,       “Knock And Hit Untd No One                    (‘ east Conference is averaging 43,964, well above its record figure of 42,608 set
   Ken Wable, veteran coach who has            enrollment was down at Mississippi              Answers”) to the player on each squad        last season, and this should hold up through the last three games. Southern
won I I2 games in 23 seasons at                Valley State and there was talk in the          who makes the hardest hit during that        independents are averagIng 41,671 compared to their record 38,383 set last
Mount Union: “A person can’ coach t            state lcglslature of closing down the                  s
                                                                                               week’ game. Against Youngstown               year, and that seems certain to hold up with two home games left at Miami
a long time unless he wins all his             college and consolidating it with Al-           State, sophomore flanker Chuck Cum-          (Florida) and Florida State. l~he Western Athletic Conference is at 31,142 vs.
games or learns to forget those that           corn State or Jackson State. But                mings received the award for a par-           its record of 30,296 set in IYXZ, and a record seems likely since Brigham Young
are better forgotten.” (Alun Aldingepr.         now, the school might be saved.               ticularly solid downfield block. Later,        has one more game and Hawaii two. The Big Eight Conference is up at 49,X19
Mount IJnion SID)                              “These are exciting times,” says .loe           after Cummings caught his lirst touch-        and will surpass 50,300, but this will not be a record. The Pacific-10 Conference
   Western Carolma coach Bob Wa-                Boyrr, president of Mississippi Valley        down pass of the year, he exhibited            likely will be up, surpasslng47,600 after the last two games, hut JUSt below the
ters got his 100th carcrr victory in the        and a veteran of 20 years in the world         what has become his trademark: a              record. The Southeastern Conference will top 64,000 hut will miss its record set
final game of the regular season No-            of higher learning. “l’ written rem
                                                                          vr                  standing backflip in the end lone.             in 1983. The Southwest Athletic (‘    onfcrencr (41,027) is up over last year with
vember IO, moving the former San                ports, served on committees, steered           However, probably due to the cold             six games left hut under the record The I’      acific Coast Athletic Assoclatlon
Francisco 4Yers quarterback to nmth             polrcles, wrote theses, mvestlgated,           weather, his flip this time was some-         (I 5.748) is up, while the Eastern independents (4 1,870) and the Mid-American
place among active Division I-AA                analyzed, documented, and now. _:              what short of a Bart Conner or Marv           Conference ( 17,001) arc down.
coaches. When asked ahout his chan-             Now he gets CBS and NBC and the                I.ou Retton, and Cummings nearly                                                                                           Percent
ces of catching &ambling            State’s     Los Angeles Times and IJSA Today               landed on his head. Commented                                                       Gamer     Attendance      Average     Capacity
Eddie Robinson, the I-AA leader at              on his campus, wrote Rick Reilly of           coach Frank Beamer: “Part of the               L)ivihlon I-A season ligurrs
319 (just four away from the all~time,          the Los Angeles Times. And for what’      !    reason Chuck got the Kahuna award             to dart                                   574 24306.369          42,346             80.5
alldivislon leader, the late Paul “Bear”        To meet Arch& “Gunslinger” Coolry              was because he almost Kahunard                Same IO5 teams at this
 Bryant of Alabama), Waters replied:                s Gunslinger’ because I’ a
                                                (“It’ ‘                               m        himself on his flip.” (C‘   ruig Bohnert,     stage in 10x3.   ._.. .._.                5X4 24,SX5.Y95         42.094,            79.X
“At this rate, 1 will have to coach only        straight shooter,” he says). coach of          Murru~v SIUIC SID)                            thv~s~on I-AA season figures
35 more years to catch Eddie, and I             the highest-scoring team in football.                                                        to date                                   460     4.900.052       IO.869            54.7
don’ think they’ let me coach when
                   ll                           “People want 10 see winners, man, it          Historic   seasons                             Samr X7 trams at this
 I’ 80.” (Steve White, Western Curo~            doesn’ matter what color they are,”
                                                         t                                       Hope College gained its first perfect       stage in 19X3...                          45x     4,939, I X6     10,784            52.8
    The NCAA                                                                                                                                                                                           Football                                                Through games of November I7
Division                                    I-A individual                                                                                               leaders
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FIELD         GOALS                                                                                                                                     INTERCEPTIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 “J: ,;        FGA           FC          PC1          FGPG                                                                                          CL c       ND    YDS
                                                                                                   CAR                                    AVG                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sr 9        10
Kerth Byars. Ohro State                                                                             313                1655                5.3                               John Lee, UCLA                                                                     33 29 a79                                               Tony Thurman, Boston College
                                                                                                                                                                             Ch’ Whlk. llllnOlS
                                                                                                                                                                               lS                                                                Jr 11          28           24          ,057         %                 Sean Thomas. Texas Chrrstran                                                                   E
Rueben Mayes. Washm ton State                                                      ii                                  1637                63                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        21;
                                                                                                     :z                1470                                                  Mike Prindle, Western Michrgan                                      sr 11          30           24           llw         2.18              Nate Hams. Tulsa
Kenneth Davis, Texas C?l rrstran                                                                                                                                             Bobby Ra mend. Florida                                              2: 1;          24           21          ,875         2.10              Paul Calhoun. Kentuck                                                                    8    21
Ethan Horton, North Carolma                                                        1:                                  1235                ::                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        21:
                                                                                   10                E                                                                       Kevin But Y Georgra
                                                                                                                                                                                         er                                                                                                                             Bryant Grlhard. South r! arohna
Curtis Adams. Central Mlchrgan                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1::
Johnnra Jones. Tennessee                                                                             185               1E                  :i                                Jeff Jaeger. krashmgton                                             so 11          El           E           .%           %                 Dewayne Bowden, Houston
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jerr Gray. Texas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Sr 9
Dalton Hilhard. Louisrana State                                                    li                230               1135                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ;:;p             1E
                                                                                                     191                                                                                                                                         5’ ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i           $!           :;          .l            1::              Ash Y Lee. Vrrgmra Tech
Darryl Clack, Arrzona State                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1.80             Ron Cross, Fresno State                                                                       116
George Swarm Miami (Ohro)                                                                                              12                  iii                                                                                                   J: 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                :“7          1:  .E                    1 78             Rod Brown, Oklahoma State                                                    SF10             157
Steve Morgan, Toledo                                                                                 ES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              SrlO             112
                                                                                                                       1Li                 ii                                Kenny Mrller. North Carolma                                         ::   %         15           15 1.wo                   1.67             Mark Brandon. Toledo
Robert Law&s. Georgia Tech                                                                                                                                                   Mike Gofer. North Carolrna State                                     Jr 11         23           18   783                  1.64             Allan Ourden. Arrzona                                                        Jr10             108
Fred Crutcher. Southern Calrfornra                                                                   Et                1009                3.9                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       sr11             106
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Eret Clark, Nebraska
Ronme Harmon, Iowa                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Ron Hobby, Syracuse                                                          Srll              41
Allen Pmkatt. Notre Dame                                                                             g                 1::                 ::
                                                                                                     155                E                                                                     PUNT REl WRNS                                                                     KICKOFF RE$lRN$S
                                                                                                     223                975
                                                                                                                                            :.:                              (Min   12 per game)        CL NO YDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                        so 21 319                         ‘ ?E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          !0 150
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (Mm. 1.2 per game)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Joe Rowley, N. Msx. St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Wrllie Drewre    W. Vir
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Fr 15 411
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sr 20
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ‘ t%

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1 273
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             (Mm 3.6 oer game)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Rrck Anderson, Vanderbrlt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Brll d mrth. Missrssrppr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            CL NO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sr 52
                                                                                                     ::                1056                 :i
                                                                                                                       1040                 6.7                              Shane Swanson. Neb.                 ::          1:     :::                         Curt Duncan. ii western   so 17                                                             1 27.3           Rrck Donnelly. Wyomrn
Doug Duboss. Nebraska                                                                                                                                                        Ron Mrlus. Washmgton                 Jr         17     211    1      1::           Mark Logan,’ Kentucky      $       iii                                                                       Randall Cunninoham        NB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ev-L V              Sr        52    ii i
Bernard Whrte. Bowhng Green                                                                          ;iJ               lD36                 42
                                                                                                                                                                             BobMorse. Mrchr an St.                                        1      12.0          Larry Jackson, Mrch St             522                                                      Y %              Tom Tu a. OhroState                             Fr       41    470
Jeff Smrth. Nebraska                                                                                                                        5.3
                                                                                                                        ::                                                   Harold Young, Ru 9gers              “s          ::     ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2:     0      120           Ton Cherry. Oregon          Jr     751                                                      0 25.9           Adam It elly. Mmnesota                          Jr       59    462
Reggie Taylor. Cmcmnatr                                                                              176                                    5.3
                                                                                                                                                                             Errol1 Tucker. Utah                  J:         22     261    1      11.9          Sco Yt Thomas. Air Force   F                                                                                 Chrp Andrew.      Georgra
                                                                                                                                                                             Scott Thomas. An Force                                        0      118           Var Srkahema. B Youno                                                       i!i             i     s::        John Teltschrk. Texas                          ::        2     45.1
                                                                                                                                                                             Wrllre Drewrey, W. Vrr              “s”,        :;     z:     1      114           Sheldon Games, L.Beach                                                                      1     242                                                                       44 7
                                                                                                                         XP                                         PTPG     Bobby Edmonds Ark                    Jr         21     232    0      110           Mike Waters, S Die o St            Ei                                                       0     241                                                                       44.5
Kerth Eyars. Dhro State                                                                                                   0                                          13 1    Shawn Banner, Ohio                  So          25     270    I      loa           Brent Fullwood. Au ?I urn          457                                                      1     241                                                                       44 2
Allen Pmkett. Notre Dame                                                                                                                                             10.2    Gary Couch, Mmnesota                 Fr         15     162    0      10.6          Ronme Harmon, Iowa                                                                          0     238                                                       Sr        61    44.2
Kenneth Daws. Texas Chrrstran                                                                                                 i                                              Thad McFadden, WISC.                 Sr         30     319                         K Henderson, Tex Tech              g                                                        0     23.5
John Lee. UCLA                                                                                                                                                        %:!    Donald Beavers, Ore St               Sr          16    191     7 ?I.!              Harold Young. Rutgers                                                                                                                                       z.’ ::
Bobby Ra mend. Florrda                                                                                                       ::                                              Thomas Everett, Baylor              So          26     274                         R Sm es. Fla. St                                                                            i SE                                                            s,’ 49
Chris Whi Ye. llhnois                                                                                                        31                                       i.:    Kelvrn Martrn. Best Col              Sr          19    195     !     1::           Derrrc e, McAdoo. Baylor           E                                                        0 234                                                           Sr 51
Rick Badanfek. Maryland
Derek Schmrdt. Florrda State                                                                                                                                          !.i

                                                                                                                                                                             Division                                              I-A team leaders
Jeff Jae er. Washrn ton
Donald P gweburke. demson                                                                                                                                              !:i
Fuad Revert. Tennessee
Kevm Butler, Georgra                                                                                                                                                   E
Bernard White Bowlin Green                                                                                                                                             a.2
Mrke Prrndle. tiestern & rchrgan                                                                                                                                                                                                          PASSING             OFFENSE
Ronnie Harmon, Iowa                                                                                                                                                    !.i                                                                                                                                                vnzj
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I      WY,

Dalton Hilllard. Loursrana State                                                                                                                                                                                                                            G ATT CMP                          INT        PC1    YDS       ATT
Robert Lavette, Georgra Tech                                                                                                                                           :i    Brrgham Young                                                                ii   442 -276
Curtrs Adams, Central Mrchrgan                                                                                                                                         7.0   Long Beach State                                                             10 393 243                            ”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                20        624
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          61.8   3a0a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 3105              2
Doug Allen, Arrrona State                                                                                                                                                    Mrami IFlorIda)                                                              11 412 254                            15        61 7   3379              82
                                                                                                                                                                       $5    Boston College                                                                  9 320 166                            9       56.7   2122              65
!$,“,“!%%%%shmgton                                                                                                                                                           Fresno State                                                                 11 390 214                            12        54.9   3161              8 1
Max Zendefas. Airrona                                                                                                                                                  E     lllinors                                                                     11 423 276                            10        652    3130              74
Jess Atkmson Maryland                                                                                                                                                  7.5   Purdue                                                                       11 396 229                            14        57.5   3019              76
Larry Roach, Oklahoma State                                                                                                                     16                     75    Bowlm Green                                                                  11 416 265                            13        63.7   2960              7 1
                                                                                                                                                                             Vander % rlt                                                                 10 392 221
                                                   PASSING      EFFICIENCY                                                                                                   San Jose State                                                               11 429 234                            16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                l5        s64
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          54.5   2825
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 aEu               i.:
                                                                   CMP                                IN1                    YDS/                          TD RATING         Louisvrlle                                                                   11 426 211                            39        493    2823              66
(Mm 15 all per game)                 CL G          ATT    CMP       PCT  INT                         PCT          VDS         ATT               TD       PCT PDINTS          Colorado State                                                                                                     17        54.6   2770              70
 Robbre Bosco. Err ham Young         Jr 11         g       ‘“d 62f;        10                        246         3537         8.71              32       766    157 1        Utah State                                                                   1:    E                 &?            21        49.5   2437              59
 Kerwrn Bell Florr B a               Fr 10                                  6                        353         1543         9.08              14       024    151 1        Maryland                                                                     10    286               176
 Frank Rerch, Maryland                              149       95 6376       3                        201         1273         854                 a      537    1492         Arrzona State                                                                10    311               173           15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ’        61 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          55.6   2408
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2429              2
 Randall Cunnrnpham.NeV-L  V         s:     1:      271    172 6347         a                        295         2064         7.69              22       6.12                lndrana                                                                      11    406               211           20        520    2571              63
 Chuck Long, lotia                    Jr    11      258     171 6628       12                        4.65        2253         0.73               14      543    1%           Colorado                                                                     11    396               191           16        462    2571              65
 Doug Flutre, Boston Col             sr      9      315     166 59.05       9                        266         2706         859               21       6.67   147.5        iz””                                                                         10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          11    282
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                312               180
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  155           17        49.7   2216              7.1
 Berme Kosar. Mramr (Fla             so     11                             14                        370         3195         a45               2;       $i;    1464                                                                                                                            14        638    2427              66
                                      Jr    10      :i:     117 61.26
                                                           237 62 7o       10                        5.24        1779         931                               144.6        San Drego State                                                              11 333 164                            15        55.3   2423              7.3
                                     Sr     11      173       98 5665       4                        231         1427         8.25                  12   6.94   144 2                                                                     PASSING           DEFENSE                                                                                                                             RUSMINC DEFENSE
                                      Jr     9      347    220 63 40       17                        4.5~        2912         a39                               136 4                                                                                                                                                     VII<,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      G CAR VDS AVG TD                     YDSPG

                                                                            6                        309         1466         7.66                  1:   2:                                                                                               G ATT CMP                            INT        PCT    YDS       ATT                    TD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Vrrgrma Tech          11 437 767   1.8
                                     ;: l!          :Yi    ::;    i2.z     10                        265         2724         721                   16   476    13.:                                                                                                                                                                                                          Oklahoma              10 360 761 21     :                      76.1
Mark Stevens, Utah                   Sr 12          216    1175417          9                        4 17        1889         0.75                  11   509    136 1        Wichrta State
                                                                                                                                                                             Syracuse                                                                     11    221
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                220               109
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  108            9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                10        49.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          49.1   1278
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1312              58
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6.0              :            1193
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   66               6            121 5        Arrzona               10 356 766 22     9                      786
Eric Thomas, Florrda St              Jr 10          El      178 48 05
                                                              74 s394                                                                               13   644    1356         Texas Tech                                                                   in    18s                a5           12        459    1215                                                                                                                          3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             7’ a
                                                                                                                                                                             Memphrs St&                                                                  11    227                95           1:        419    1349              59              17            1226         Nebracka              II 438 ~67 70
Damon Allen Fullerton                                                       J,                       lg5
                                                                                                       91        2469
                                                                                                                 ‘170            7.40
                                                                                                                                 760                20   6.06   135 0                                                                                                                                                                                                         Toledo                 IO 3% 934 2.6    ‘i                     93.4
Don Krng, SMU                        ::     ‘S      152       80 5’ 263     5                        329         1331            8.76                7   4.61   134.3        Nebraska                                                                     11    255               115                     44.9   1369                                                                                                 a                      96.6
                                      Jr    11      414    263 6353        13                        3 14        2951            7.13               21   5.07   1339                                                                                                                                                                                             13:,:
Brran McClure, Bowlrng Green                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ti,r    Fullerton     12 426 1163 28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    11 405 1101 27
Mike Tomcrak. Ohio State             Sr     10      pi     ;;     g.2       8                        366         1662            8.03                9   435    132.5        Southwestern
                                                                                                                                                                             Iowa State         Loursrana                                                 11    260
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                222               116
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  102            a        446
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          45.9   1456
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1497              :1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   67             1:             1361
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1366         Central Mrch          11 424 1102 26    :                     1002
Kevm Sweenev Fresno State            so     11                             12                        3 17        3040            6.02               19   501    132 5                                                                                                                                                                                                         Southern Cal          10 354 1016 2.9
Mike Eppley. Clemson                                192     106 5625       11                        5.73        1396            7 27               14   729    1299         Texas ABM                                                                     9    178                 66           4        494    1229              69               i            136.9                                                z                     103 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            101 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 137 2        Oklahoma St.          IO 415 1033 2.5
Jrm Everett, Purdue                  ::     17      389    227 58 35       13                        334         3003            7.72               15   366    1292         ;;;;yea    State                                                             10    236
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                250               110
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ii8           10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                16        47.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          466    1372
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1369              5.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   55               9                                                                 5                     111.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 13Bl         Arkansas              10 370 1110 30
Rust Hrlger. Oklahoma St                            214     127 5935        4                        107         1641            767                 5   234                 Colorado                                                                                                                                                                                         Baylor                10 429 1143 27
                                     ::     1:      367    221 5711        11                        264         2697            697                20   517    1%           Houston                                                                      ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          i     :i!               G
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ‘              3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1;        576
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          g;     1519
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $4$               77
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6.1            ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Y              1363
Bob F rasco, San Jose St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mrchrgan St           11 512 1273 25   1:                     1143
                                                                                                                                                                             Notre Dame                                                                                                                                                                          1404
                                                                                                                                                                             Calrfornra                                                                   17    $r!i              1:;            7        510    1555              7.;            1:             141.5        Florrda               10 356 1156 3.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1443         Nev -Las Vegas        10 359 1165 33    3
                                                          RECEIVINQ                                                                                                          Kansas State                                                                 11    233               127           10        S-45   1567              66                                                                                1:                     1%
                                                                                    CL                                                     VDS            TD        CTPG     Tennessee                                                                     9    175                92            9        52.6   1306              7.5              i            145.3
Davrd Wrllrams, llhnors                                                             ::                     1;                1::           1278            ;                 Alabama                                                                      10    253               130           11        514    1460              5.8             10                                                                               ;
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                                                                                                           11                              1162                        E                                                                                                                                                                                          x           $$ington                 9 465 1162
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      11 410 1394
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      10 391 1192       26
Larry Wilhs. Fresno Stale                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Wrsconsm                11 471 1437       3.1
Charles Lockett. Long Beach State                                                   SO                     10                 ii           1016                              Bowhng Young
                                                                                                                                                                             Brigham Green                                                             266 145
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   11 260 123    16 473
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 20   503  1640
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1655   57
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  63                                                                i             1505
                                                                                                                                            941                i       Ei                                                                                                                                                                                         150.5       Arr Force               10 406 1313       3.2           9     131 3
Tracy Henderson. Iowa State                                                          Jr                                                                                      Washrngton                                                            11 333 140    27   42.0 1656   50                                                                6
Kerth Edwards Vanderbrlt                                                                                   1:                    E          557                                                                                           TURNOVER    MARGIN
Wrllie Smrth. Miamr (Florrdaj                                                           2                                                   806                :       :;                                                                    TURNOVERS GAINED        TURNOVERS LOST                                                                      MARGIN                               TOTAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       INT TOTAL    FUM                                                                                 /GAME                                    G PL Ay!%%‘ G      TO’ VDSPG
Gerard Phelan. Boston
Steve Grrffm Purdue COIN e                                                              gJr                11
                                                                                                            9                 t;
                                                                                                                              E                z:              1
                                                                                                                                                               4       ::                                                                     F”2y                           I:: ToT%                                                                                         ;;gham      Young $      a06 5315 6.6 50    4832
                                                                                                                                               361                           Washmgton
Mark Tern leton. Long Beat 1 State                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Ez                                        756 4692  62 44    4692
Bernard v! hrte. Bowhng Green                                                                              1:                                                  i       ::    Cal State Fullerton                                                     1:               2’ :                2               1:         4                      1:               1600             Florrda St               739 4665 63 40     468.5
Mark Dowdell. Bowlmg Green                                                                                 II                    ::                                    5.0   Loursrana State
                                                                                                                                                                             Rutgers                                                                 1:               2                   2               1:        1:                      26                                Boston Col         9     677 4209 6.2 38    467 7
Kevm Bowman, San Jose State                                                             z:                 11                    E             6               :       49    Nevada-Las Vegas                                                                         :i                  E                5         8                      13                  1 iti         llhnors                  075 4660  5 6 35   441.6
Davrd Mrlls, Brrgham Voun                                                               S’                                                     931                     48                                                                                                                                                                                       1 273         South Carolma     1:     721 4417 6.1 44    441 7
                            ?                                                                                                                                                ;FaTs,S:ate
                                                                                                                                                                               r                                                                    :i                15                  38         1:             1:    ;;                                    1200                                   a20 4603  59 47    436.6
Glen Kozlowskr, Brigham       oung                                                      &                  11                    :;             641            1:      ::                                                                                                                                                                                                                              7634335   57 38    4335
Stan Hunter. Eowlm Green                                                                                   11                                   744             B                                   NET PUNTIND                                                                                  SCORING          DEFENSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       603 4762  5.9 40   432 9
Greg Scott, Vander
Chuck Hill. Maryland B 111
Reg re Bynum, Oregon State
                                                                                        S’                 1!                    ::             854
                                                                                                                                                :t:             :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NO VDS NET
                                                                                                                                                                                                         PUNTS AVG RET RET AVG                                  Nebraska
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         G PTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       894 5166 58 45
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       794 4712  5.9 39
    B                                                                                                                                                                        $r;z;;te                        46 450
                                                                                                                                                                                                             41 470                 14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    16    122 440
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           67 436               Arkansas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Toledo                                                                 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1:    1::
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             107                  10 7                                 855 4703  55 47    427.5
Jon mbree. Colorado                                                                     &                  11                    21             E;              ;      2                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mrssourr                 841 4690  5.6 41   4264
                                                                                                                                                                             Nev:Las     Vegas                                      23    205 43 1              Oklahoma Sl                                                            10    110                  11 0
~~$rth.;s;;rse          State                                                           ::                 11                    50
                                                                                                                                 M                                                                                                                                                                                                     11    127                              ‘ ,“d,g:,” Tech
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2’                      747 4164  5 6 32   4164
Eddre Brown. Mramr (Florrdaj                                                            S’                 11                    49             894             z      :.:   Texas                           $         :; 1         24    153 423               Vrrgmia Tech
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  11.6”                                642 4595  5.5 38   4177
                                                                                                                                                                             Georgra                         61 438
                                                                                                                                                                                                             60 453                 20
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    34    227 41 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          131    5              Washmgton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Oklahoma                                                               1;        1’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2;              122         Arrzona St               736 4149  56 35    414.9
                                                  ALL-PURPOSE               RUNNERS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               126         Arr Force                742 4115  5.5 39   411 5
                                                                                                            REC               PR          KDR            YDS        YDSPG    Arkansas St
                                                                                                                                                                             Florrda                        49 440
                                                                                                                                                                                                            42 426     26
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       20                 176 40
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          103 40.41             Central Mrch
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Southern Cal                                                           1:        1”3:             137                                  623 4094 59 43     407.6
Keith B ars. Ohro State                                            5:        14             RUSH
                                                                                             1655                              0           176           2264                Vanderbrlt                     53 472     33                 383 400               Syracuse                                                               11        151              137         xing                     641 4475  53 31    4068
                                                                                                            ZJ                 0           262           1487        :E      Virornra Tech                  56 41 9    20                 117 399                                                                                                                             Florrda                  680 4053 60 34     405.3
Ronnre L armon Iowa
Kenneth Davrs, rexas Chrrstran                                     ::        1:               1%                                                         1632        1632                                                                                                                            KICKOFF      RETURNS                                                     Touchdowns scored by rushrng-passrng   only
                                                                                                                                                                                                    PUNT RETURNS
Rueben Ma es, Washm ton State                                      Jr        11               1637          113                       i    1:                        160.7                              GAME;   f4”B Y$                    TD AVG                                                                   G ND YDS                            TD AVG
Darryl Clac ii Arrrona S! ate                                      Jr         9               1005                                                       1%          1503    Tennessee                                                      1 139                Arr Force                                         10  27 663                            0 24.6
George Adams, Kentucky
Ethan Horton. North Carolina
                                                                   Sr        10                975          g                         :   2::            1462
                                                                                                                                                                     1454    FlorIda                         10         24         333       1    139            Oregon                                            11             41 960                    i      :3.:      Nebraska
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   “C’L.AYS YDS 32 13 %S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ‘11 Z694 2236 AVG TD’ ‘
Dalton Hrlliard, Louisrana State                                   ::        1:               1:::          167                       !   14:            1445        144.5   !~P;,“::”                       11         45
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        27         332
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   555       1    123            Northwestern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Nebraska                                          11             :i 1%                     1      226       Oklahoma                    674 2279 34 11 227 9
Curtrs Adams, Central Mrchrgan                                     Sr        10                                                                          1427        142 7   Mrnnesota                       17         19         224       0    116            LSU                                               17             i!  iii                   0      22.4                      1:             772 2574      3 3 14            2340
                                                                                                                                      ;   1:             1414                                                                                                                                                                                                                W&a      Tech
George Swam. Miami (Dhro)                                                                     1%            1:;                                                              Mrchrgan St                     11         27         306       1    114            West Vu a,rma                                                                               1     223                       10             677 2487      37     8          248 7
Steve Morgan, Toledo                                               $         1;               1087          254                                          1341        1%      Waahmgton                       11         32         364       2    114            Brrgham     oung                                  11             25        551             0      22.0                                     746 2699 3.9 14
                                                                                                                                      0   64;            1603        1236                                                                                                                                                                                                    Central Mrch
Kevin Lowe. Wyomrng                                                sr        12                657                                                                           Arr Force                       10         26         291       0    112            Cal St. Fullerton                                 12             31        682              1     220       Oklahoma SI     1:             689 8343 38       ii            Et:
Bernard White. Bowhng Gwen                                          Jr       11               1036          :Fii                                         1436        1305    Arkansas                        1:         2          i;i       0    110            Texas Tech                                        10             23        506             0      220                       11             720 2935 4.1 20
                                                                                                                             22:           2             1277        127 7                                                                                                                                                                                                   Iowa
Jeff Smrth. Nebraska                                               Sr        10                                                                                              West Vrrgmra                                                    2    110            San Drego St                                      11             41        893             0      21.6      Syracuse                       698 2967 43       14            E
Allen Pmkett. Notre Dame                                                                      1%            2::                                          1264        126.4                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1;             697 2743 3.9 10                 274 3
                                                                                                                                      i   75:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Arizona
Tony Cherry, Oregon                                                !:        1?                569                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Washmgton                       796 3050     38   13           277 3
Johnme Jones, Tennessee                                                                                         I?5                   0                  1%          1%
Robert Lavette. Georgra Tech
Wrllre Drewre     West Vrrgrnia
                                                                                                            228              +            Y
                                                                                                                                                i        1214
                                                                                                                                                                     121 4
                                                                                                                                                                              Division                           I-A single game highs                                                                                                                                       Memphrs St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             734 3060
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            65.2 2647 44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4.2 22

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            692 256B 3.7 14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            278 2
Brad Muster, k tanford                                                                         82:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SW Loursrana    11              775 3167 4 1 22                E!
Mrke Waters, San Diego State                                                                                215                0          362                        118.2                                                                               PLAYER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Southern Cal    1;              692 2663 4.2 15
Derrrck NIX. Kent State                                                                        fi;          293              124          142                        1163     Rulhlng    and PamaIn                                                                                                                                                                                                          7042916      41 21             Ei
                                                                                                                                                                                                     9                                                                                                                                                                       Texas Tech
                                                                                                                                                                              Rushing and passmg p ays..                                                                                                                                                                                                     679 2923     4.3 17            292 3
                                                                                                                                                                              Rushmg and passmg yards                                                                                                                                                                        Arrzona St.     10
                                                   TOTAL O;;;;;c’                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Wisconsrn                       760 3244     4 3 20
                                                                                                                                                                              Rushrn plays                                                                                                                                                                                                   11              752 3267     4.3 32
                                             RUSHING                                                                         TOTALDFFENSE                                     Net rus 1 mg yards..                                                                                                                                                                           Iowa State
                                           CAR GAIN LOSS NET                  ATT              VDS              PLS          YDS YDPL TDR’                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Bowlrno Green   11              755 3271 43 23
                                                                                                                                                                              Passes completed..
 Rabble Bosco. Brrgham Young                74   237   210   27               406                                            3564   74    34                                  Passrng yards              1.              :                                                                                                                                                   Touchdowns scored by           rushrng-passrng   only
 Doug Gaynor Long Beach St                  86   297   302    -5              347              %                :!zi                                                          Recelrlng and kick relurnr
 Doug Flutre. Boston Col                    56   283   166 117                315              2706             371          CE;            %            :1                   Passes caught
                                                                                                                             2976           7.0          27                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SCORING      OFFENSE
 Berme Kosar Mramr IFla )                         40   259 -219               370                                                                                             ReCelvlnQ yards                                                                                                                                                                                                                         G           PTS           AVG
 Jrm Everett, Purdue                        E    134   166 -52                369              E                2;                                                            Punt return yards                                                                                                                                                                               Florrda St                             la           372           37.2
 Kevin Sweeney, Fresno State                a7   192   320 -12.3              379                                            ET:::          :.:           2                   Krckoff return yards..                               .Tony Cherry, Oregon (
 Brran McClure. Bowlm Green                 52    96   195 -99                414              EzY              :Ei                                                           scorblg                                                                                                                                                                                                   Young
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Brrgham Col                              11         394           E!
                                                                                                                             %Z             5.8
                                                                                                                                            6’            ::                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Boston                                    9         312
 Bob Frasco. San Jose 8 t                                                                                                                                                     Freld goals made..                                   Make Prrndle. Western Mrchrgan Marshall, Sept 29).                                                                                    ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         7    TCU                                      10         341           34.1
 Jack Trudeau, Illmars                      ifi     %        2
                                                             ‘          2         if;          ER               ii;                                                           Porn& scored                                       .Kedh Byars, Ohro State llllmors, b ct 13)
                                                                                                                             2              !.Z           1:                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ohro State                                                        34 0
 Steve Bradley, lndrana                     77      197      180     17           402                                                                                                                                              Rueben Mayes Washm ton State Stanford Oct. 20)                                                                                     ii                                               1:         ii:
 Raphel Cherry. Hawarr                     135      494      234    260           243          %                “3:;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          South Carolma
                                                                                                                                                                              Porn& scored by krckrno                            .Mrke Prrndle, hestern rsfrchrgan ( I./ arshall. Sept 29).                                                                        .-24       Nebraska                                 11         359           zz
 Damon Allen, Fullerton                    106      427      207    220           330          2469             436          E              z:            2:
                                                                                                                                                                     221 6                                                                        TEAM                                                                                                                        Clemson                                  10         325           32 5
 Kurt Page, Vanderbrlt                      E        76      154    -76           326          2294             366                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Florrda                                  10         314           31.4
                                                                                               2465             367          2353
                                                                                                                             2216           6 1
                                                                                                                                            6.1           1;         2139                                                         Team (opponent,      date)                                                                                                     TOtal
 Ed Rubbert. Loursvrlle                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Nev:Las Vegas                            10         309
 Randall Cunnmgham, NewL V                  76       2;      130
                                                             259 ?     ::                      2064             347          206.1          60            24         206 1    Rushrng plays                                      .Oklahoma (Mrssourr. Nov 3).
                                                                                                                                                                     2040                                                          Army (Montana. Nov.                                                                                                          :, :,g        Arr Force                                                          :Ki
 John Dewberry. Georgra Tech                84       375     114 261 191                       1779             275
                                                                                                                             2036           5.9
                                                                                                                                            74            1:                  Net rushrng yards.                             . ..Army(Montana.Nov                                        “’                                                                                                                            1:         E
 Paul Berner, Pacrhc                        ii         75    146 ~71 309                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      %X$reen                                                            29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30 7
       Robrnson. Tennessee                           243     115 126 194 ::ii                                   Pii          1614           64                       E        Rushrng and passrng yards                            Wyomrn
                                                                                                                             2202           5.9           :t’        200.2    Passmg yards                                     : .Arrzona 8                                                                                                                         Et:       Auburn                                   11         E4
                                   101               415     140 275 271 1927                                   372                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Washmqlon                                11         El             2:
                                    73                164    230 -46 267 2021                                   360          1975           55                       197 5    Fewest rush-pass yards allowed                     .Iowa Norlhwestern.     Ott 6).
                                                                                                                             2329           62            :“4        194 1                                                       .lowa L tate (Colorado, Ocl. 13)    .I..                                                                                          .-ii
 Mark Stevens, Utah                157               729     269 440 216 1889                                   373                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           111111015 )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mramr IFla                               11         320            E
 Steve Beuerlem. Notre Dame         53                1W     166 ~62 215 1796                                   266          1736           65              6        192 9                                                         Pacrfrc (Long Beach State, Nov 3)                                                                                                 .61
                                                                                                                                                                     169 9                                                         Arrzona State (Florrda Slate. Nov 3).               ”                                                                               38     Utah                                     12         347            28 9
 Don Smrth, MISS State             122               749    204 545 16D 1164                                    262          1709           6 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                         75    Washrngton St                            11         317            26.6
                                    78                154   327 .173 256 2253                                   336          2060           62            12         189 1                                                       .Arr Force (Northern Colorado, Sept 6)
 Chuck Long. Iowa                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tennessee                                 9         259            28 a
 Touchdowns-responsrble-for are players             I Ds scored and passed for                                                                                                All-time
                                                                                                                                                                              ‘            mcord.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         November          19,1964                   !!


    The NCAA                                                                                                                                                        Football Statistics                                Through games of November I7

Division                                  I-AA individual                                                                      leaders
                                                                                                                                                                                      FIELD QOALS                                                                                                     INTERCEPTIONS
                                                                                              YDS           AVG         TD     YDSPG                                                                     “F’ ,4        FGA FG         PCT            FGPG                                                                                                 TO          IPG
                                                                                              1722                                           Martin Zende as. Nevada-Rena                                                                                            Bill McGovern, Holy Cross                          “s’ 1;     7        94
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           YDS             0         1.00
Gene Lake,    Delaware State
Vmce Hall,    MIddIe Tennessee State                                                          1439           7.2        20      1%           Kirk Roach. rl sstern Carolina                              F: 10           ;:    E      ,z:            ::i             lssrac Halt. Alcorn State                           s:  7                             1
Mike Clark.   Akron                                                                           1172           ::          :      117.2        Mike Molstead. Northern Iowa                                                30    17     ,567           1.55            Don Jefferson, Florida A&M                          Jr 11         i     ?lz                      .E
                                                                                              1165           4.3         z      1165         George Benyola. LouIslana Tech                              7 11            2     1:     %              145             Ralph Robmson. Murray State                         sr 11         a    193                ;      .;;
Paul Lewis.   Boston U
                                                                                                             5.7                1126         Scott Bndges lndlana State                                  J: 11                                                       Leon Thomasson. Texas Southern
                                                                                              1%                                             Tim McMonr le. Idaho                                        :: 11           M     15     750            1.:             Terry Zang. Drake                                   :: 11         i    1;                 1
                                                                                              1111           :.i         14
                                                                                                                          5     11:,:        Herbie Camp BD East Tennessee
                                                                                                                                                            ell.                                                                                     1.36            Mike Prior. lllmors State’                          Sr 11                                        ::i
                                                                                                             ii          1:     108.5
                                                                                              1E                                             Perry Larson, Idaho State                                   Sr    11        ;i    1:     .;nj            1.36           Doug Kimball, Montana State                         Jr 11         i     g                 I      .z
     Byrum. Mrssissippr Valley
Antomo Barber. Florlda A&M                                                                                                      1%:          Tom
                                                                                                                                             Micke Murphy, Pennsylvania
                                                                                                                                                                James Madison                            i’    17        17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         16    12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               14     ,706
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       875            133
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1 27           Ross Armstrong,Cornell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Frank Farace.     Pennsylvama                       “s: 9’        i
                                                                                              1%             i.:          z                           Stirmet!.
                                                                                                                                             Kelly IJotter, Mtddle Tennessee                             s:    11        $     1;      ;I             1.27           Roger Robinson, Tennessee State                     Sr 11         ;    16:                i      f4
Steve Harrrs, Northern Iowa
Warren Marshall, James Madison                                                                               5.9                1%i          Brendan Toibm. Richmond                                      Jr   10                                     1 20           David Glasco. Southwest Texas State                 sr 11
                                                                                              1%             47          1:      99.3        Greg Davrs. Citadel                                         SO    11        21    13     619             1.18           Dave Rankms. Lafayette                              Jr10          6     ii                ;      .E
Jerry Butler, Southeastern LouIslana
Tony Baker. Cornell                                                                                                                          ,“~~~~~~,UP,2;,I\,ucS~~~~tate                               Jr
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sr 11           24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         22    13      542
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ,591            1 18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Kevrn Tfarksen. Yale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mike Jackson, Gramblmg                             9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jr 10   6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          5                                 1:                 :       ii
Jon Francrs, Bmse State                                                                       1;:            5.1          ;      ii;
Scatty Caldwell. Texas-Arlmgton                                                                              :.l!l                                                                                                                                 Mike Joseph, Lafayette                         Fr 9    5                                  42                1      .S6
Simon Jordan, McNeese State                                                                   fE                                                              PUNT RETURNS                                                             KICKOFF RETURNS                                            PUNTING
Robert Santiago, Harvard                                                                                     d.i          :
                                                                                                                          i      %: 5        lhlm 12 per game)         CL N O YDS                  TD AVG                Mm 1 2 per game         CL N O VDS TD AVG        (Mm. 3 6 per game)
George Barnwell Massachusetts.                                                                                                               Wlllre Ware. Miss Val     Jr 19 374                    3 197               I RIchardson. E. 4 ash.  so 21 729         2 347                   ay.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Steve Korne 8-r Western Car0                                              ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   “J’ %            t.2
Keith Wllhams. southwest Mrssourr State                                                        3             9.0          3      E.7                                                                                                                                                        ontana St
John Lon street. Southwest Missourr State                                                      838                                           John Taylor.      St.
                                                                                                                                             Trm Chambers,DelPenn.              Jr
                                                                                                                                                                               Sr      17
                                                                                                                                                                                       25    255
                                                                                                                                                                                             372    2
                                                                                                                                                                                                    0     15.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                          149           John Armstron 8,enn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Steve Drtman.     Rich    Jr 18531
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sr 22 620        0295
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1 28.2  Dark Nelson, SE LouIslana
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Scott Senner.                                                           ::         E     2.:
Perry (lua f Is. Alcorn State                                                                  739                                           Melvm Bell. Ga. South              Jr     1.3   252    1     14.0          Oscar Smrth, Nicholls     ::   1: i::      Y g.:   Bob Hagedorn. Web&r State                                               Sr         54    433
Merril Hope. Idaho State                                                                       900           :.:
                                                                                                             4.2         11
                                                                                                                          7      it%         Herb Harbison. N.C. A&T           So      17    225    1     132           Harve2 Reed Howard                                 Ron Knowlton, Eastern Wash                                              Sr         53    42.3
                                                                                                                                             Mrlton Barney, Alcorn             so      14    184    0     13 1          Kmg reen. deth -Cook                               Gear e Cimadewlla. E. Term.                                             So         74    423
                                                                                                                                             Joe Fuller, No Iowa                Jr     27    346    1     128           Brant Bengen. Idaho       :: ::     ii:    1 E.i   Jeff I?arser. Idaho State                                               Sr         57    42.2
                                                         SCORINO                                                                             Tony James, Eastern Ky            Sr      32    402    1     12.6          Tony James, Eastern Ky    ::   % E         7 ::.t  John Starnes. North Texas St.                                           Sr         76    42 1
                                                                                                              FG        PTS     PTPG         Rod Thompson. Pr View              Fr     1B    225    0     125           Mike Adams So -6.R                                 Clay Netusrl. Northern Iowa                                             so         54    419
Jerry Race. Mississippr Valley                                                                                 0        162      16.2        Enc Yarber. Idaho                  Jr     18    224    0     12.4          Melvin Bell, ha South     Jr 17 416        0 24.5  Mark Royals. Appalachian St.                                             ;r        $     i1.z
Gene Lake, Delaware State                                                                                                                    Rob Friese. E Wash                 Jr     13    159    0     122           B Gravenhorst. E Ill      Fr 14 341        0 244   Neck Xrdes. Youngstown St
Gerald Harris. Georgra Southern                                                                                i        1;       l:.!        Tom Urquhart. Prmceton             Jr     14    167    1     11.9          Ton K Hunter, Boise St    Jr 16 369        0 24.3  David Dercher. Murray State                                             F:         63     41.3
Roy Banks, Eastern lllmors                                                                                     0        1M                   D. Johnson, Beth -Cook            Sr      13    152    1     11 7          Keit Paskett. W Ky       So 12 2.35 0 237          Kevm Brown West Texas St.                                               So         72     41 1
Martm Zendetas. Nevada-Rena                                                                                   22        101            E     Davrd Norman, S. C. St.            Jr     14    163    II    11.6          Herm Hunter, Tenn. St.    Sr 16 374        0 23.4  Greg Burke, borehead St                                                 Fr         49     41.0
Greg Grooms, Rrchmond                                                                                          i         90            9.0
Perry DualIs. Alcorn State
Mike Molstead. Northern Iowa                                                                                   17        87            !.i
Eddie Maddox, Western Carolma
JohnTa lor.DelawareState
Tim McCj(onigle. Idaho
Tom Murph      Pennsylvama                                                                                     1:
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                                                                                                                                             Division                                        I-AA team leaders
Rabble Gar 8 ner. Furman                                                                                                                                                                           PASSING          OFFENSE                                                                                          RUSHI^                USE
Merrrl Hope. Idaho State                                                                                           1     !i            $:8                                                                                                                            VDS/                                                b                 AVG          TD
Carl Byrum. Mississippr Valley                                                                                                                                                                                      G ATT CMP            fu;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ‘             ;;;    JY       ATT           VDSPG          ;;prnynre   St                           6.5         44
Jon Francis, Boise State                                                                                        :        80                                                                                                                                             09            4960                               1:
Kirk Roach, Western Carolma                                                                                    16        72            3     E%:~‘   ~~~~;a:ley                                                   10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  11    5Oa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        558     200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                351                                                   370.1         Arkansas St                              El          ;:
Scott Erldges. lnchana State                                                                                   I5        1             7.2   Tennessee State                                                      11    425     253          l6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             12        567
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       595    3760
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4071      i.i                         Ga. Southern         11                  5.4         32
Johnathan Stokes, Mississippi Valley                                                                           1:                      6.8   Montana State                                                        11    529     301          24        56.9   3672      6.9            iti!         SW Mrssourl St.      )y
Kelly Potter, Middle Tennessee Slate                                                                                                         Idaho State                                                          11    463     249                                                    328.9        Delaware                                 8           E
Barry Collms. Tennessee State                                                                                      :     ::            t.:   Rhode Island                                                         11    445     254          24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             17        57.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       538    361a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              3295      :.:                         New Ham shire        11
Jerry Butler. Southeastern Louislana                                                                                                         fdi a ite                                                            11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10    347
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        450     252
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                193          18        556    2926      04              z.2         lndrana S P                              :.:         ?i
Perry Larson. Idaho State                                                                                      15        ::            i.:                                                                                                   18        56.0   3185      7.1                         Holy Cross           2
                                                                                                                                             Bethune-Cookman                                                      10     QMI    215          22        537    2850      71              zz z        Harvard
                                                                                                                                             Lehigh                                                                                          21        536    2971      6.4             270.1       Richmond             1:
                                                  PASSING     EFFICIE iNCY
                                                                CMP               IN1               ._-.                 TD RATING           Marshall
                                                                                                                                             Northern Arizona
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2676        PennsylvanIa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Alcorn State          :
(Mm. 15 att per game)               CL      G     ATT    CMP      PCT   INT      PCT         YDS     ATT       TD       PCT POINTS
                                                                         22      425        4557     0.00                                    William 8 Mary                                                       11     610    268                                                     El?         Eastern Ky
Wllbe Totten. MISS. Valley                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Middle Tenn          11                  41           14
                                    i: 1:          :it    “2   xi         5      3.@3       1458     884           :: E         E            Western Kentucky                                                     11     481    251          23        52.2   2811      !.i
Gilbert Renfroe. Term St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                CE          Northeastern                             37           12
Bobby Lamblcurman                   Jr 11          191    106 5550        7      3.66       1781     9.32          19 9.95      1593         $o;;?;:  Iowa                                                        11     353    186          17        527    2714      77
                                                                                                                   24 930       159.1                                                                                                        24        544    2709      7 1                                              1:                  41           18
Kenneth Boggles. Term St            Sr 11          258    157 60.85       7      2.71       2242     869                                                                                                                                                                                :i!:        io%T
Mrcke Corwm. Mrddle Term.                                                 9      459        1566     7.99          21 10.71     1545         Prmceton                                                             ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  i      El     ::
                                                                                                                   12 6.86      149.5        F,e:;;;-Reno                                                         11     336
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         372    200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                195          i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‘         %      %         2               240 6       McNeese St.          11                  :.:         ::
Peter L uldoon. Holy Cross          Sr 11
                                    sr 10          lg6
                                                   175    2    “$.z       5      286        15%      911                                                                                                                                         9     538    2S41      71              240.1       Boston U             11                  37          18
John McGaehan. Penn.                Sr 9           169      95 5621       9      5.33       1493     8.W
                                    so 11          473    270 57.08      15      317        3843     ai2           l3
                                                                                                                   28   592
                                                                                                                        76g     13.:                                                               PASSING             DEFENSE
Sean Pa ton. Eastern Ill
Rlchard & yles. Alcorn State.                                            10      5.59       1448     809
Rick Worman. Eastern Wash           5: 1:          :::    156 5084
                                                            91 5693       9      328        2122     7.74          1:   i:z     13:;                                                                                                                                                 YDSPG                           RUSHING DEFENSE
Errc Beavers, Nevada-Rena           so 11          308    184 5974        7      2.27       2370     769           16   5 19    137 0                                                                                                                                                 105.5                               G CAR YDS AVG TO                         YDSPG
Tom Ehrhardt, Rhode Island           Jr 11         422    243 5758       16      379        3180     7.54                                                                                                                                                                             1127          Gramblm              10 313 472  15   4                          47.2
Scott Lmehan. Idaho                 SO 9           318    191 m.06       10      3.14       2407     757           17
                                                                                                                   30   535
                                                                                                                        7.11    1it.:                                                                                                                                                               Northern 9 owa       11 353 704 2.0   9
                                                                         10      4.48       1724     773           13   503     134.0                                                                                                                                                   I%          Alcorn State          9 291 578 20    6                          E.!
Keith Menard. Nicholls St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1260                                                                         74 3
Marty Mornhmweg. Montana            g 1;           25     179 58.69
                                                          131 58.74      16      525        2453     i3w           16   525     1331                                                                                                                                                                Tennessee St         11 397 817 21    7
Steve Calabrla. Colgate             Sr 10          290     165 56.90     13      4.48       2420     8.34          13   448     132 8                                                                                                                                                   126.5       Arkansas St          11 419 663 2.1   6
Robert Hill, Crtadel                                                      7      221        2257     7 12                                                                                                                                                                               1307        Jackson St           10 375 925 25   10                          lz:
Kevin Vdlars. Weber Stats           :;      1;     ;g       92 59.35
                                                          176 5552        6      3.87       1022     659           20
                                                                                                                   11   631
                                                                                                                        710     1E:                                                                                                                                                                 Western Ill          11 431 1024 2.4 10                          93 1
Kelly Bradley, Montana St.                                               20      4 01       3508     7.03                                                                                                                                                                               1%;         Montana St           11 393 1038 26  12                          944
Hazsen Choates. Boise State         g 1;           253
                                                   499    289 5792
                                                          132 52.17       6      237        1804     713           16
                                                                                                                   30   6.32
                                                                                                                        6.01    1%                                                                                                                                                                  Murray State         11 454 1097 2.4  8
h&$erk~;;r;             Iowa        Sr 11          276    147 53.26      12      4.35       1980     720                                                                                                                                                                                1z          SW Mlssourl St.      10 362 lO29 2.8 11                         lg.;
                                                                         10      368        1980     728           ‘B
                                                                                                                    *   294
                                                                                                                        652     :R!                                                                                                                                                     1421        Furman               11 401 1133 28   8                         lD30
Vern Harrl’ Idaho State
          s.                          r
                                    “J”;y          27:    1666103
                                                          239 54 19      23      522        3469     7.07          18   408     123 3                                                                                                                                                   142.1       Nevada-Rena          11 374 1147 31  14                         104.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        142 7       Delaware St          10 314 1044 33 10                          104.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        142.8       East Tennessee       11 428 1149 2.7  8                         1045
                                                         RECEIVING                                                                                                                                                                                                                      14.34                                                                       1065
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    py,“,rr              11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         IO   443 1184
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              3851065        28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             27           12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          10        1076
Jerrv Race Missrssioor Vallev                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1:::        Eastern Wash         10   427 1063       25            9
Joe thomis.   Mlsslsiip  I Valley                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NW LouIslana         11   427 11%        2.8           7        1E.i
Jerry Wright Eastern Illinois                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Delaware             11   418 1203       2.9           7        1094
Dave Kucera: Bucknell                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               YKL!            Indiana St           11   3641M5         33            6        109.5
Rennre Berm. Lehigh                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1 727
Derek Graham, Princeton                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               17w
Brian Forster. Rhode Island                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1545                        TOTAL OFFENSE
Scott Auker. Idaho                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   G PLAYS YDS AVG TD’
Roy Banks, Eastern Illmars                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1.E        MISS Valley           8666401    74 84 ‘ E
Glenn Bodnar. Wrllram L Mary                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1.300      Delaware S1     1;    725 5103 70 53      510.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Tennessee St    11    7905085    64 58    4623
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             AVG    Furman          11    779 4982 6 4 50     452.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Montana St            926 4921 5 3 46     4474
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1::    Col ate         1:    769 4448 5.8 36     444.8
Darrell Colbert. Texas Southern                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     RIGc mend       1:    777 4389 56 37      438.9
Bryan Calder. Nevada-Rena.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   11.:   Idaho                 902 4776 5 3 43     4342
Eric Rasheed. Western Carolma                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                120    Idaho St              a93 4775 5 3 37     434.1
Tod Short. Morehead State                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    12.2   Nevada-Rena     11    035 4658 5.6 35     423 5
Leon Gonzelez. Bethune~Cookman                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               13 1   Ga. Southern    11    7664644    61 44    4222
Sabastlan Brown, Bethune-Cookman                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             133    Eastern Ill           815 4y18 56 39      417 1
Barry Collins. Tennessee State                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               13.5   Ee:,un..-Cook   3     7M 4080 5.4.. 33    4080
Cleo Armstrong, Missrssl pr Valley                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           13 8                         874874~    ;; g     407 8
Tony Drmaggro. Rhode Is P and                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       &corn State      9                        405 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TD        AVG    Delaware        11    881 4381 50 42       398.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1        261    Northern Iowa         057 4297 5.0 43
                                                 ALL-PURPOci        RUNNERS                                                                                                                                                                                                         2        25.6   Rhode Island    11    830 4271 5 1 35      E
                                                                      G  RUSH         REC            PR     KOR         YDS    YDSPG                                                                                                                                                0        229    Penna lvania    1;    595 3472 5.8 35
Gene Lake, Delaware State                                            10   1722                                                                                                                                                                                                      0        228    Holy L!ross           707 3807 54 35       EE
Jerry RICE. MISSISSI PI Valley                                                        1::             i       i         1684
                                                                                                                        1759    1759
                                                                                                                                1684                                                                                                                                                0        225    Touchdowns scored by rushmg-passmg onl Y
R an Priest, Lafaye Pte                                              1;   111:           92         105     295         1603    1603                                                                                                                                                1        22.4
S Yeve Drtman Pennsylvama                                                              :i:            0     307
                                                                                                            620         1”$     155 1
                                                                                                                                144.2                                                                                                                                               0        224
Jerry Butler, ioutheastern   LouIslana                               1:   li!                                                                                                                                                                                                       1        216
Eric Rasheed. Western Carolma                                                         1089            0     437         1%      1405                                                                                                                                                0        216                                                                   YDSPG
Vmce Hall, Mlddle Tennessee State                                    11   14::                                                                                                                                                                                                      1        215                                                                    187 0
Greg Grooms, Rrchmond                                                10   1085         :tl            i        0
                                                                                                              -0        1367    1367
                                                                                                                                139.5                                                                                                                                               0        215                                                                    222 3
Steve Harris. Northern Iowa                                               1131         354            0        2        1487    135.2                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2335
Herman Hunter, Tennessee State                                       11    132                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      239 7
Daman Stephens, Morehead State
GIII Fenerty, HOI Cross
Merrd Hoge. Ida tl o State


                                                                                                                                             Division                        LAA                    single game highs                                                                                                                                               247 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    247 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    248 0
Herbert Harbrson, North Carolma A&T                                                    427                              1293    129.3                                                                     PLAYER                                                                                                                                                    251.5
Dave Kucera. Bucknell                                                                 1029          115     112         1271    127 1                                                                                                                                               Total                                                                           256 4
                                                                                                                                             Rushing end Passing                          Pla er Team opponent           date)
Jerr Butler. Easl Tennessee State                                                      245           76     329         1265    1265                                                                                                                                                    73                                                                          257.5
Joe f homas. Mississippi Valley                                                       1119           26     119         1260    126 0        Rushlng and passmg plays..                   WII rle totten. Ii rss~ssrppr balley (Southern-B R Sept 29)
                                                                                                                                             Rushmg and passmg yards                      Wrllie Totter?. M~ss~ss!p I Valle lPralrle VISW, Dct 27                                    ‘621                                                                           2581
Crarg RIchardson, Eastern Washmgton                                                    482            0     729         1256    125 6                                                     Steve Harris, Northern P    owa (N ii Missourr Sl Nov 1f )                             “’     47                                                                          261 8
Melvin Bell. Gaor ra Southern                                        ii         '-     142          252     416         1375    1250         Rushm plays
                                                                                                                                             Net rus a mg yards.. 1..                     Gene Lake. Delaware State (Llbert Baptist. Nov 10)                                                                                                                        269 1
Robert Santrago. R arvard                                                     E        2%             :     20;         1118    124.2                                                                                                                                                                                                                               271.9
                                                                                       102                               9ao    122 5        Passes attempted                             Wrllte Totten. MISSISSIPPI Valley ( I outhern-B RI Sept. 29)                              : .%i
Keith Wrlllams Southwest M~ssourl State                                       673                                                                                                         Bernard Hawk, Bethune-Cookman          (Georgra Southern. Ott 6)                              .66                                                                         273 8
Errc Yarber. Idaho                                             Jr                      817          224      30         1E      122 1                                                                                                                                                                                                                               270.2
                                                                                       310            0       0                 1214         Passes completed                             Wrllre Totten. MISSISSIPPI Valley Southern-B R Sept 29)                                       ‘46
Jon Francrs. BOISE State                                       Jr                                                                                                                         Wilhe Totten M~ssrssrpp! Valley I Pralrre View, Ott 27)                                     ‘599                                                                          2786
                                                                                                                                             Passm yards
                                                                                                                                             Touchdown oasses                            .Wrllle Totten: MISSISSIPPI Valley (Kentucky State. Sept 1).                            :”       9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‘                                                                         279 2
                                                       TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                2886
                                                                                                                                             Re4vlng   a;d kick r&wnr
                                                 __ _
                                              RIISHINI:         PASSING                             TOTAL OFFENSE                            Passes caught                                                                                                                                                                                                          290.4
                                         CAR GAIN LOSS NFT ATT .._.             .--
                                                                              YrlS      PLS         YDS YDPL TDR’              YDSPG
Wrlhe Totten. MISS Valley                  46      148     133   15 518       4557      564                                     457.2
Sean Payton, Eastern Ill                  111      167     349 -182 473       3843                                              3328
Kelly Bradley. Montana St                  99      251     Jo4 -53 499        mu        E                                       314 1                                                                                                                                                                                SCORING      OFFEI USE
Vern Hams. Idaho State                     Ml       all    303 -215 441       3469                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        G          PTS             AVG
Scott Linehan. Idaho                       97      381     187 194 318        2407      z                                       i?E          Klckofl return vards                                                                                                                                   MISS. Valley                         10          w9
Mart[Mornhmweg.        Montana                                  145 305       2453                                              288.7                                                                                                                                                               Delaware St                          10          425             i!.Z
Tom hrhardt. Rhode Island                  ti      %       :4’ -148 422
                                                              :               3180                                                           ?ifcTdtwns      and pomta    .........      .Gene Lake Delaware State IHoward. Nov 3)      .............     .“6                        8 ‘IF          Tennessee St                         11          450             40 9
Bernard Hawk, Bethune-Cook.                $        04     130 -46 3%         2772                                              :::.i        F!eld goals.   ...........                   Tim McMohlgle. Idaho Northern Arlrona. Nov 3)                                              ..             Alcorn State                          9          354             39.3
Carl Fodor. Marshall                                33     155 -122 411       2888                                              251.5                                                     Martin Lendeja+s,y;  6 a-Rena (Idaho State. NOv 17). ..........                                -. :       ;,“;rJ;;  Iowa
Stan Yagrello. Wm L Mary                   75      232     303 -71 429        2801                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          11       ii!             ii.:
Steve Calabrra. Cal                        56      157     1% -39 290         2420                                              %                                                                                                                                                      TOtal        Idaho                                   11       363
Dou                                                             -64 309       2179                                                           Rushm plays                                                                                                                               . ..79       Montana St                              11       355             ;:I
Errc eavers. Nevada-Rena                   z       3E      :i   195 308       2370                                              :E           Net rus R mg yards                                                                                                                          ‘621       PennsylvanIa                             9       286
Marty Horn, Lehl h                                              -63 403       2605                                              2311         Rushmg and passmg yards                                                                                                               . ...762         Ga Southern                             11       342             31 1
Mike Mendoza. I! orthern Arrz              G        ii     1E -129 373        23%                                                            Passmg yards                                                                                                                                           Delaware                                11       341
Trac Ham. Ga. Southern                    148      a66     159 7”;   f$       g                                                 $2 :         Fewest rushmg yards allowed                                                                                                                 ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         %          Richmond                                10       3%              :A.:
Jeff E rlbert. Western Caro                                                                                                     2168         Fewest rush-pass yards allowed              .Tennessee State(Hampton.     Sept. 1                                                             .33      Eastern Wash                            10       306             30 6
Rick Worman, Eastern Wash                :;   13     l!!  2;   y;   ?l2&                                                        2087         Passes attempted                            .Mississrppr Valle                                                                                         Eastern III                             11       326             296
Bob Grbbon. Bucknell                    119   397    371                                                                                                                                  Texas Southern ( h                                                                       ..::.:i          Nevada-Rena                             11       325             29 5
                                         38   116    115     1 258 2242                                                         %.!          Passes completed..                          .Mrssissippr Valley Southern-B R Sspt 29)                                                                  Idaho St                                11       316             28.7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             :z                                             11       311
                                         76   2%    276    14 352 2224                              2243     76          :;                                                               M~ss~ss~pp~ Valley Prairie View. dct 27)                                                                  Murray State
                                        111   467    190 2i7 227 1524                               E!       ::                 Et:          Touchdown passes                            .M~sslss~pp~ Valley Kentucky State. Se@ 1                                                                  Western Car0                                                     %S
                                         82   244    327 -83 317 2257                               2174     5.4         ::     1976         Pomts scored                                 Mississippr Valley i Kentucky State, Sept 1I                                                              Bethune-Cook                            11,          2:          28.1
Touchdowns-responsiblefor        are players TDs scored and passed for                                                                       ‘
                                                                                                                                             All-time record. “Toes allLtrme            :ord                                                                                                        Holy Cross                              10           270         27 0
 6      November 19.1984


      The NCAA                                                                                                                                                                               Footbd                                 [Through games of November IO]
Division                                II individual                                                                               leaders
                                                                                                                                                                                                           FIELD GOALS                                                                                                                       INTERCEPTIONS
                                                                                            G              CAR                                           VDSPG                                                           CL G       FGA FG                    PCT        FGPG                                                                                      CL    G      NO           VDS
Charlss Sanders, Shp cry Rock                                                              10              269                                            128 0      Terry Godfre   South Dakota                         Jr 10       26 16                   61 5         1 60              Bob Jahelka. C W Post                                                  Sr    8       9            83         ?
Rick Wepher. South B akota State                                                           11              203                                            119 7
Tony Johnson, Noriolk State                                                                10              286                                            119 7      Jafl Jones. d,am Houston State
                                                                                                                                                                     Kevm Mackey, Valparalso                             Jr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         So 10           15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         19            13    86 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             68 4            1 30           Frank Tatum, Central Ohm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Nick Frost. Cal Poly-SLO                                               Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   sr     9       7           ii          .!
Mtke lrvm West Chaster                                                                     10              239                                            116 5
           Owskr. Sagmaw Vallsy State
Biyon Kru R,                                                  ”                                                                                           115 0      Andy tlrobnsy, LlvlnQStOnSt (Co10 )
                                                                                                                                                                     Brett Lomar. Western                                E      ;        16
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         17            11    64 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             68 8            1 22
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1.22           Martelle Betters. Edrnboro
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Scot Blernat. Valpararso                                               SO10 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Jr             7           ii          .:
Antome Gaiter, Ashland                                                                     1:              2:                                             112 3
Jeff Bentnm, North Dakota Stats                                                                                                                           109 9      Enc GoodknIght, Southern
                                                                                                                                                                     Dale WentIlnQ, West Chester Connechcut              ;; 1;           19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         22            12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       IO    52 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1 20
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  11    Joe Gendron, Saplnaw                                  Valley Stale                         so
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sr     9       i           ::             :
Martr Ballwanr, WInona State                                                               1:                :
                                                                                                           :4’                                            108 4      Jim Trueman, Edmboro                                So 10           16            11       1 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             68 8                                                                                                   Jr   10       6           66             6
Joseph Whrtc. Lrvrn                                                                        10              194                                            106.8      Jsroms Nolan, Towson State                          so 10           14            11       1 IO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             70 6
                                                                                            9              195                                            102 7                          PUNT RElURNS                                                         KICKOFF RETURNS                                                                                   PullnYc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 _.. ._
                                                                                            9              202                                            102 7                                               CL NO YOS AVG               Mm 1 Zpergame)                      CL NO YDS                                       AVG     IMm 3 6 per ame)                                 CL          NO   AVG
BsnIamm Knox, Fayeneville Sate                                                              9              149                                            101.3     1: ~e:dzK:~lppl          Co,              Jr 21 411 196              L mmett Brown. Northwood Instltute Sr 15 429                                         28 6    AaronLewra. Payettevllle St.                      Fr         40   43 5
                                                                                                                                                                    Clarence Bailey. Hampton                  Jr 15 287 19 1             Enc Bosley, Edmboro                   Sr 28 757                                      27 0    Jell Guv. Western State ltolo I                   Jr         46   43 3
                                                                                                                                                                    DuvallCalloway, Fort Valley St            Jr 19 279 14 7             JImmieHa wood.TroyState               Jr 16 419                                      262     Dave Berkey, Saginaw Velley si                   Sr          53   42.8
                                                                                                  TO                 XP             FG                              Jeff Horned, Central Mrssoun              Sr 14 171 122              Trent Cuth L erI. Northeast Mo        Jr 28 726                                      25.9    Vmcs Mazza. Ashland                              So          64   41 9
Jell Benlrlm. Nonh Dakola Slate                                                                                       0                                             OanCarmody, Mlssourl-Rolla                Sr 18 206 11 4             Mike Flelds, MISSISSI~ I Col.         Jr 10 258                                      25 8    WIllram Pryor, Cal St -Hayward                   Jr          56   41 1
Joseph Whrte. Llvmgstone                                                                              1:                             fi                             John Hutton, Central Ohro                 Sr 32 364 11 4             Garland Watts. Centra POhlo          So 19 487                                       25 6    Kevm Conlan, Edmboro                              Jr         42   40 5
Mike Irvmg, West Chester                                                                                              i                                             Mark Ftscher. Fayenevrlle State           Fr 14 158 11 3             Mike IwIng, West Chsster             Sr 21 510                                       24 3    Dave Balke. St Cloud State                        Fr         61   40 4
Rick Wegher, South Dakota State                                                                       1:                             I?                             ClynelIAnderson,S F Austin                Sr 16 173 IO 8             Alphonse WIggIns. Norlolk State       Fr 20 482                                      24 I    Harlow Fikes. NorIh Alabama                      Jr          67   40 2
Dan Rrcker. Towson State                                                                              13              ;
Jaimts luculano. C W Post                                                                             10              0              i
Jim Trueman. Edmboro                                                                                                 42             11
Eric Dudley, Nollhern MlChlQan
Dan Bogar, Valparatso
Dale GoodkmQht, Southern Connechcul
                                                                                                                      4              i
                                                                                                                                                                    Division                                   II team leaders
Enc Wenthng. West Chester                   ..’ ..’                                                                  ii             12
Tarry Godfrey. South Dakota                                              Jr          10                              21             16                                                                                PASSING OFFEZSE                                                                                                                      RUSHING OFFENSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ATT       CMP             PCT       IN1         YOS        VOSPG                                         G CAR                    YOS YDSPG
                                             PASSING EFFICIENCY                                                                                                     Frankhn                                                               10                505        238           47 1        21        3340         334 0         North DakotaState.            10   531                 3347 334 7
                                                                                                                                                    RATING          Northern Mrchlgan                                                                       336        195           58 0        21        2961         296 1         Wlnston~Salem                 10   546                 2592 259.2
                                                        ,     “9    ;E         CMP                PC1                INT            YDS          TO POINT:
B LZ. KtK2 M~ssoun
Randy Naran, Nebraska-Omaha                            Sr     11    266            1;:
                                                                                                 56 1
                                                                                                 57 9                  z            ::1:         :;
                                                                                                                                                     156 2
                                                                                                                                                     14s 0
                                                                                                                                                                    Llbe Baplrst
                                                                                                                                                                    East ? tmudsburg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     37 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     59 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        281 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        278 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Southern Connecticut
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         463                 z:::
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   247 6
                                                                                                                                                                    Ponland State                                                         10                362        198           54 7        21        2491         249 1         Troy State                    IO   572                 2450
Ksrth Nslson. Northsrn Mtchlgan                        Jr     10    311            177           56 9                 20            2636         21  137 4          Callfornla (PennsylvanIa)                                                               367        206           56 1        14        2400         240 0         Edmboro                       10   493                 2441 z: i
Andv Earanek. East Slroudsburo                         Sr      9    290            179           61 7                 19            2295         17  134 3          Indiana Pennsylvanra)                                                 1:                268        181           67.5        13        2392         239 2         LIvIngstone                   IO   519                 2439 243 9
Mike Horrocks West Chaster -                           sr     IO    250            129           51 6                  5            1814         16  129 6                   I
                                                                                                                                                                    Evansv~l e                                                                              414        201           48.6        27        2132         236 9         Sagmaw Valley State           ,;   466                 2120 235 6
                                                                                                                                                     128 9          Northwest Mrssour~ State                                              1:                269        141           52 4         6        2362         236 2         Nonh Dakota                        540                 2471  224 6
Bobb Duncan. North Alabama
PhIl J asso. Liberty EaptIst                           Sr
                                                       sr     10
                                                               s    170
                                                                    390            2;:           54 1
                                                                                                 57 7                 1:            ::z          2;  128 6          c w post                                                               8                295        168           56 9        16        1848         231 0
Kevrn Parker, Forl Valley St.                          sr      9    172             85           49 4                 12            1259         15  125 5                                                                                                                                                                                                 RUSHING DEFENSE
Kurt Bsathard. Towson State                            Jr     10    258            141           54 7                               1907         17  125 2                                                            PASSING DEFENSE                                                                                                                                G CAR                   VDS VOSPG
BlrIr Hrovat. Edlnboro                                 Sr     10    199             97           48 7                 1:            1517         14  124 8                                                                        ^
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Am        CMP             PCT       INT         YOS        YDSPG
Tom Kupec. C W. Post                                   Jr      8    265            155           58.5                 16            1705         19  124 0          Wmston~Salem State                                                    1:                196                      38 8        16         982          98.2         Norfolk State
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SouthernConnect!c~t            “’ 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         9       319
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 344          473
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              578       47.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        64 2
                                                                                                                                                                    Lmcoln (MIssouriI                                                     10                181         2            47 0         7        1127         112 7         Cal State-Hayward                  9       319          633       70.3
                                                      RECEIVING                                                                                                     Noflolkbtate                                                          10                209         77           36.8        13        1196         119.6         Central Conneclrcut                9       321          648       72 0
                                                                                            G               CT                              TD                      North Carolma Central                                                                   246         90           36 6        21        1196         1196          Mrssourl~Rolla                    10       375          749       74.9
Dan Bogar. Valpararso                                                                                                                       11                      Llvlngstone                                                           1;                215         95           44 2        11        1262         126 2         Troy State                        10       333          761       76.1
Fred Banks, Lrberiy Baptist                                                                1:                                                                       c w post                                                               8                181         76           42 0        19        1030         128 8         North Alabama                     10       375          828       82 8
Erme Srsgnst. East StrOudSburQ
8111Thompson, IndIana PennsylvanIa)
                                                                                           10                                                    !                  Mansfield
                                                                                                                                                                    Stephen F Ausl~n State                                                11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     50 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        129 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        130 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        92 4
Sean Murphy, Towson .4tale
Kyle Flnney, Delta Stale
                                                                                                                                              5                                                                       SCORING OFFENSE                                                                                                                       TOTALOFFENSE
Steve Hansley, Nonhwest M~ssoun State                                                      10                                                10                                                                                G TD                         XP        2XP            FG                         PTS      AVG                                                    PLS           VDS VDSPG
Al Barty. Evansvrlle                                                                        8                                                 0                     North Dakota State                                                                                  3                      ““0’                                   Noflh Dakota Stats                 ,i     693          4553 455 3
Andrew Frelds, LIvIngston                                                                                                                                           Central Ohlo                                                    1:            :i         :;         1             i           6             357
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                390      35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         39    0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               7      FrankIln                           10     878          4319 431 9
Herb Wltham. Frankltn                                                                      1:                                                    :                  Edmboro                                                                                                          11           1,            z:i      35    3      Nollhern Mlchlgan                  10     66.4         4209 428 9
John Busby, Nonheast MIssoun Slate                                                         IO                                                                       Wmston-Salem State                                              1:            :;         i:              i        7                                  33    0      Central Ohro             ”         10     723          4143 4143
Mike Healey. Valparalso                                                                    10                                                    :                                                                                                                                   10               !         :G       32    7      Norihwest M,sso;;,                 1:     738          4128 4128
Tim Brshop, East StroudsburQ                                                               IO                                                    9                  Southern Connecticut                                             9            3.8        34              :        7                                  31    2      Mrchlgan Tech                             804          4118 411.8
                                                                                                                                                                    NorIhern Mlchlgan
                                                                                                                                                                    West Chesler                                                    10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    IO            42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  39         i:              1       12               i         306      30    6      Edlnboro                           1:     715          4117 411 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Delta State                               783          4075 407.5
                                                                                                 G                        PLS              YDS            YDSPG     lndlana (Pennsylvanraj
                                                                                                                                                                    NonhwestMrssourISlale                                           10            41         ::              :        i               1         300
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                302      30 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0         Indiana, Pa                        10     697          3982 398 2
Pat Brennan Franklrn                                                                                                      583             3248             324 8

                                                                                                 1:                       450
                                                                                                                                                           272 5
                                                                                                                                                           260 4
                                                                                                                                                           252 3    WlnstonXSalem Stats
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SCORING DEFENSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                G TD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               10  12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     FG        SAF           PTS         AVG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Nodolk State
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               OEFFSf           PLS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              YOS VOSPG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1669 1669
                                                                                                                          351             2::              230 1    NoHolk Stare                                               IO  13                                                 s               :,         ;:       iY          Wlnston~Salsm                      1:       sai        2021 202.1
                                                                                             ti                           407             7765             726 5    Cal Pal OSLO                                                   11                                                 5               0         17:      100          Southern Connecticut                9       530        1986 220 7
                                                                                             11                           41h             2411             219 7           B                                                                                                          3               :                  IO I         Centrd Crrr,nrctll.ul                       551        2024 224 9
                                                                                                9                         273             1851             205.7    Nofih Connecticut
                                                                                                                                                                    central akota                                                   1:            1:                                  1                          92      10 2         Nonh Carolma Central               1:      657         2273 227 3
                                                                                             10                           352             2039             203 9    Fort Valley State                                               lo’                                                                                               M~ss~ssrpp~ College                        528         1849 231 1
                                                                                                8                         297             1626             203 3    MISSISSI~~IColleQe                                               8            1:                                  :               A         108      10 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         11 0         Mlssoun-Rolla                      1:       634        2322 232 2
Mrke Hdrrocks. West Chester                                                                  10                           329             2026             202 6    M~ssour~~Rolla                                                  10            13                                  6               0         1;:      11 1         Mlnnesota~Duluth                    9       559        2157 239 7
Scott Loveland, Central MISSOURI
                               State                                                         IO                           436             2011             201 1    Nonh Alabama                                                    10            15                                  5               0         117      I1 7         Cal State Hayward                   9       596        2165 240 6

Division                                III individual                                                                                    leaders
                                                      RUSHING                                                                                                                                              FIELD GOALS                                                                                                                       tNTERCEPTlONS
                                                                              CL            G              CAR                  YOS         TO           YOSPG                                                           CL     G   FGA FG                   PCT       FGPG                                                                                        CL G          NO          VDS         IPG
Gary Errlco, Lowell                                                           sr            9              265                 1404         1;            156 0     Gary Potter, HamlIne                                  Jr   IO    21 15                  71 4        1 50                Chris McMahon. Catholic U                                              Sr  9         13           189
RayCondren, GettySburQ                                                         .
                                                                              s::          10              288                 1449                       144 9     Jim Hever. Rhude,                                     Jr    8    17 I1                  64 7        I 38                Teel Bruner, Centre                                                    Jr  9         11                      1,:
Chris Sprig 8, Oenrson                                                                     10              749                 1406          14           140 6     Ray Hoeymans. Catholrc                               so     9    17 12                  70 6        133                 Wrll HIII. Bishop                                                      SO 9          IO            ::        11
Chrp Kron, ! ordham                                                           so                           248                 1263                       140 3     Ted Bell. WashIngton 8 Jefferson                     so     9    18 11                  61 1        1 22                Ed lodlce. Plymouth State                                              sr to                       33          9
Joe Dudek. Plymouth Staie                                                      Jr          I:              199                 1378          ::           137 8     Oou Boyle, Mounl Umon                                Sr    10    la 12                  66 7        1 20                Jim Euvaldt, Buena Vista                                               Sr IO           i           18          9
Mark Konecny Alma                                                             ::             i             :z                  105.9         13           1176      Jim ! lynn, Gettysburg                                Jr   IO    23 12                  52 2        1 20                Tom Olsavdky, Case Reserve                                             Jr  9
Mrka Carbone, Worcester Tedh                                                                                                    892          1;           111 5                                                                                                                             Randy Melko, Thiel                                                     sr  9           R”        1::
Mrke Mrller, WisconsmWhrtewater                                               Sr           10              231                 1076                       107 6                                                                                                                             Huben Jones, Hrram                                                     Sr  9           8          76
John Boyls. Batss                                                             ::           1:              :;:                  a57              9        107 1
                                                                                                                               1070              5        107 0                           PUNT RETURNS                                                      KICKOFF RETURNS                                                                                   PUNTtNG
                                                                              z:           10              216                 1065              9        106 5      Mm 1 2per ame)                           CL NO YDS AVG              (Mln 1 2 per game)                 CL NO VDS AVG                                               Mln 3 6 per game)                              CL          NO   AVG
                                                                                            9              202                  950              3        105.6     A obelt Mlddle %rook. Knoxvrlle           so   9 260 28 9            Mike Doetsch, Trln (Conn )          Jr 13 434 334                                             \ J Murray. Catholtc U                           Sr         59   43 2
                                                                                                                                                                    Peler LavIn, WhIttIer                     sr 19 341 17 9                                x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Dswayns Jeler. Was 8 Jell.         So 11 302 27 5                                             Krrk SeutsrI. Rhodes                             Sr         44   42 7
                                                                              s”,’          9
                                                                                           10              182
                                                                                                           201                 1033
                                                                                                                                928              i         103 3
                                                                                                                                                               1    Oewayne Jeter. Wash C Jell                So 14 215 154              Sieve Cook, FDU-Madison            Sr 15 405 270                                              Pat Koepler, OlIveI                             So          55   41 0
                                                                                                                                                                    Tim Feldmann. Holstra                     Sr 12 148 12.3             Tony Woods. Hotstra                Sr 12 316 263                                              Bnan Malnwanng, Sewanee                         ii          ::   40 4
                                                                                                                                                                    RegInaId Hughes, Lane                      Fr 18 215 11 9            Steve Demos, OlIveI                 Jr 11 272 247                                             Chris Howell, Lycommg    ”                                       40 2
                                                      SCORING                                                                                                       John Bruckner, Msrchanl Marine            Sr 30 346 11 5             Jon Flnstuen, Occrdental           Sr 14 334 23 9                                             Grant Sharp. Rose-Hulman                        So          65   40 1
                                                                                                      TO             XP             FG           PTS       PTPG     Rand Melko, Threl                         sr 12 125 104              Jamle Scherkenback. WIS -Platte    So 25 592 23 7                                             Doug Burgess, Mrllsaps                          Sr          41   40.0
Jon Dudsk. PI mouth Stats                                                            I!               21              0              0           126        12 6    Enc B chwan. WarIburg                      Jr 17 175 103             Davrd Ramlrer. La Verne            So 20 472 23 6                                             Jerry Collrns, Lowell                           Sr          47   39 7
Kedh GrIllam, A andolph-Macon                                                        10                                                          114        11 4
Tom Krellsr. Mlllrkln                                                                                 1;                  i           :          102

                                                                                                                                                                    Division                                   III team leaders
Tony Wllkms, Daylon
Mike Mrllsr. Wrsconsm-WhItewater                                                                      is6
Mark Konecn Alma
MlkeSturm, A ape                                                                                      1:
Scott Haney, Western Cdnnectlcut’       ”                                                             15
Mike Farley, Wrsconsin-Rover Falls                                                                     6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    RUSHING OFFENSE
Jrm Earl Norwrch                                                                                      13                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              G CAR                    YDS YDSPG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              G             ATT       CMP             PCT       INT         YOS        YDSPG
Chris Sprl~ s. Demson                                                                                 14                                                                                                                                                                                         25        3164                        Augu:Iana (Illmo~s)            9   607                 3046 338 4
Vance MuelPer. OccIdental                                                                             14                                                            Wheaton (Iltnorsj                                                         9             474        271           57 2                               351 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            273        167           61 2         8        2220         277 5          ;;ns’ ,:“d,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ,“,‘ Connecticut          IO   621                 3327 332 7
Jim Greene, Muskmgum                                                                                  14                                                                                                                                                                             51 2        14        2665         266 5                                                                 3055 305 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1:                365        187
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            340        184           54 1        13        2353         261 4          Musklngum                          1:      :;i         2965 296 5
                                                                                                                                                                    St Norben                                                                 i             256        135           52 7        11        1959         244 9          Plymouth State                     1;      514         2751 275 1
                                              PASSING EFFICIENCY                                                                                                                                                                                            256        147           57.4         8        2188         243.1          Dayton                                     599         2661 266 1
                                                                                                                                                          RATING    Hope
                                                                                                                                                                    Colorado College                                                          i             i::        155
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       186           57 0        16        2oa9         232 1          Gettysburg                         10      596         2556 255 6
 Mm 15atI pergame)                                                                                 PCT                               YDS             TO POINTS                                                                                                                                   13        2076                        WIS -River Falls                    9      482         2252 250 2
                                                                                                                                    2139             27     163 4   WarIburg                                                                  9                                      49 8                               230 7
i ody Deanng. Randolph-Macon                           “s’,   I”0   ;z             “lz            55 3                                                                                                                                        9             319        172           53 9        18        2048         227 6          Alma                                9      391         2225 247 2
Larry Cummmps, Plymouth State                           Sr    10     168              94          56 0                              1516             17     160.3   Hlram
Mrke Gallagher. NorwIck                                 Jr    10     197             105          53 3                              1779             21     157 1
Joe Shreld. Tnmty (Corm.)                               Sr      8    264             163          61 7                              2166             18     148.4                                                     PASSING DEFENSE                                                                                                                       RUSHING DEFENSE
                                                                                                  55 0                              1446             10     147 7                                                                  G                        All       CMP             PCT       INT        YOS         YOSPG                                          G CAR                    YDS VDSPG
Petsr Heeres. Muhlsnberg
Gn Broas. Hope                                         sr      9    232
                                                                    149             1::           56 0                              1946             18     146 0   Bndgewater State (Massachusetts)                               9                        155                      34 2        :i        E             68 7          SwarIhmore                                              360   40 0
Fre8 D~santo. Cass Resarvs                             ::      9    158              98                                             1407                a   146 7   Emory & Henry                                                10                         la6         2            37 1                                04 0          Dayton                             1:      :z:          501   50 1
Steve Hallman, Wabash                                  Sr     10    240             147           K                                 1955             li     143.5   Plymouth State                                                10                                                 31 a        :t         z            a9 4          Ramapo                              9      325          466   51.8
Tom McLauphlm. Hotstra                                  Jr    IO    224             129           57 6                              1897                    141 2   Brshop                                                                                  :i:         i:           40.2                                96 1          Augustana (Ill,no;s)                9      286          474
Dean Ulnch, Alma                                       so      9    238             121           50.8                              1951             ::     139.9   Lane                                                                   i                136                      42 0        1:         z;           98 l          Mercyhurst                                               579  i:.:
sc0n Woolf. Mount Union                                 Jr    IO    208             123           59 1                              1632             11     132 7   Montclatr State                                                       10                226         zi           41 2                                99.9          Western Connechcut                 1:      ;:;           660  66 0
                                                                                                                                                                    Massachusetls Manhme’                                                                   173         63           ii.:        21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 11         862
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            941         104 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        107.8          Hope                                9      307          602   66 9
                                                      RECEIVING                                                                                                     Knoxvdls                                                                  i             173         59                                                             Montclair State                    10      363           688  68 8
                                                                              CL                                                                                    Duguesne                                                                  8             162         70           432         14         a72         109 0          Buenavlsta                         10      405           703  70 3
                                                                                                                CT              YOS          TO

                                                                               ::                               i:              a78
                                                                                                                               1004           5
                                                                                                                                             10                                                                       SCORING OFFENSE
                                                                               Sr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             TOTAL OFFENSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                G TO                         XP        2XP                                      PTS      AVG                                            G PLS                  VDS VDSPG
 Trm Pyisll. Colorado ColleQe                                                  Sr                               2               814
                                                                                                                                675                  :                                                                          9  52                                                                           363      40 3
 Trm Tatum, Whaton (llmo~s)                                                    Sr                               65              658                  3                                                                                                                                                                                 Alma                             9   633               4186 465.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                9  48                        iz                  :                              352      39 1          Plymouth Slate                  1;   ;;;               4457 445 7
 Kavrn Graslewicz. Hamhne                                                      Sr                                                                                                                                               9  46                        42                                                 336      37 3
 8111Bagley. Frostburg Slate                                                                                    :A              996
                                                                                                                               1182          1;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               3916 435.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               10  50                        37                  i                              368      36.8          tloe$                              10      742         4225 422 5
 Jim Jorden. Wheaton (Ilhno~s)                                                 ::                                                                                                                                                                                                                               365      36 5
                                                                                                                2              1323
                                                                                                                                7.34         1:                                                                                                                                                                                        Muskmgum                           10      745         4172 417 2
 Beau Almodobar. Norurch                                                                                                                                                                                                            1:            ii         43
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             42                  1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 0                              356      35 6
 David Tack, Sewanse                                                           “:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Wheaton (lllmors)                   9      700         3751 4168
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                353      35 3                                                                 3667 407.4
 Steve Helm, St Norbert                                                        Sr                               2:              979
                                                                                                                                775                  7
                                                                                                                                                     3                                                                              10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9            47
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  43         45
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             35                  :
 Emil WohlQamuth. Hofstra                                                      S(                               60              927                  a                                                                                                                                                                                 Case Reserve
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Randolph-Macon                     I:      ii:         4053 405 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9            39         36                  1                              3”::     33
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         34 4          Moan                                 9     734         3620 403 2
                                                  TOTAL OFFENSE
                                                                                    CL                G                       PLS          VOS            YOSPG                                                       SCORINB DEFENSE                                                                                                                         TOTAL DEFENSE
                                                                                                                              479         2771             308.6                                                                 G TO                        XP   2XP                                           PTS      AVG                                           G Pt.5                  YDS VDSPG
                                                                                                      i                       404         2589             287 7    Urnon (New York)                                             5  5                         5-o                                                                      Brsho                                                  1235 137 2
                                                                                                                              299         2069             258.6    Montclair State             .:                         ”   10                                   0                                            2:       63
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          4.6          Swarl !l more                       9      551         1433 159.2
                                                                                                   :                          300         2129             236 6    Ithaca                                                     IO   ;                         :                                                  66       6.6          Montclarr State                    10      589         1687 168 7
                                                                                                  10                          370         2328             232.8    Lake Forest                                         .’          7                                                                                                  Augustana (tlhno~s)                 9      528         1659 184.3
                                                                                                                              575         2043             227 0    SwarIhmore                                                   i  7                             !              B                               i:       :.:                                             10      638         1886 1886
                                                                                                  1:                          292         2197             219.7    Dayton                                                     10  10                                                                                                                                     IO      639         1888 1888
                                                                                                   9                          335         ID09             212 1    Augustana Minors)                                          ,;                                 :              :                               :t       :.i                                             10      623         1957 195.7
                                                                                                  10                          378         2092             209 2    Plymouth S1 te                                                 1:                                            4                                                     Ramapo                              9      568         1767 1953
                                                                                                   B                          289         IaM)             206 7    Hamlms                                                     10  14                             :              1                               93
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 85       E            Umon (New Vorir )                   9      617         1780 197.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              November     19,1984       7

      The NCAA                                                                                                            Championships                                                                  l3i#di&ts

Cal Poly-SLO, Southeast M issouri win in cross country
    Southeast Missouri St& received                                                                              Indians the individual championships                    21. Mara Ludans,CalSt. Northridge, l7:32 9:      Air Force, l&24.7; 57. Debbie Ciresens,Ashland,
good performames from its tirst four                                                                             in both the men’ and women’ meet.
                                                                                                                                   s            s                     22. Debra Kdpatnck. SE Missouri Sta. 17:33.2;       18:25.9, 5X. Krtstin Hopper, Ashland, l&26.9;
                                                                                                                                                                      23. Elisa Benzom. lndlana (Pa.), 17.33.6; 24.       59. Michelle Gornick. Troy State. 1X.27.6, 68.
runners to win its first team title in the                                                                                               s
                                                                                                                    South Dakota State’ top finisher                   Kathleen Mannmg. Cal Poly-SLO, 17.34.I, 25.        Eileen O’ Kourke, Holy Cross. 18.28.7.
NCAA Division II Men’ Cross Coun-                                                                                was Kristin Asp, eighth individually                 Shelia Rogers. Abdene Chnsuan, 17.36.1; 26.            61. Janice Loffert, Indiana (Pa ), 18.30.3: 62.
try Championships November 17 at                                                                                 and sixth in team competition.                       AudreyStavrum.South DakotaSt., 17:40.2;27.          Janice Dehaye, Troy State. 18:32.6: 63. Kathy
Mississippi College.                                                                                                               Team reaului
                                                                                                                                                                      Joann Howard. Cal Poly-Pomona. 17.441; 2X.          McDermott, Springfield. 18:34.2: 64. Laureh
    Mike Vanatta led the way for the                                                                                                                                  BEV Weiman. North Dakota St.. 17.45.7, 29.          Mazik, Air Force, 18.35.3: 65 Mta Comes,
                                                                                                                   I. Cal Poly-SLD, 32, 2. South Dakota St.,          Charlene Hubbard. South Dakota St.. 17.49.I:        Springfield, 18.40.3: 56. Juhanne Fitch. Cal-
Indians with his individual cham-                                                                                107: 3. SE Missiouri SI., 112: 4. Cal-Riverside.     30. Kathy Kelly, North Dakota St., 17.51 2          Davis, 18.41 6: 67 Connre Frank, Central MIS-
pionship in 29:Yi.O on the lO,OOO-                                                                               116: 5. lrrdmna (Pa.). I 19: 6 Holy Cross. 157: 7.
                                                                                                                                                                         31. Mary Alice, Indiana (Pa.), 17:51.7; 32       souri, 1X:43.0,68. Mary Schiavone, Holy Cross,
                                                                                                                 North Dakota St.. 168; X. Cal-Davis, 178; 9.         Susan Wdlis, Holy Cross, I752 5: 33. Alcnandra
meter course. Vanatta also is a three-                                                                           Ashland, 203; IO. Spring&id. 227. I I. Troy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 TheaCarcy. Springfield. 1X.48.9.70.
                                                                                                                                                                      Agulrre. Cal. St. Northridge, 17:54.3; 34 Juhe      Anne Smith. North Dakota St., 18:45.X
time steeplechasechampion.                                                                                       State. 272.
                                                                                                                                                                      LeClalr, Holy Cross, Jill Walker, Cal      71. Kathleen Robmson, Troy State, 18:46.4.
   The Indians placed their next three                                                                                           Individual   results                 St. Northridge, 17.56 7: 36 I.isa Koclfgen,         72. Laurel Gilhooly, Holy Cross, 1X.49.1, 73.
runners in the top 1 I to beat Edin-                                                                                 I. Christine Ridenour. SE Missouri St.           Seattle Pacific, 1757.5; 37. Peggle Hansen.         Susan Tilford, Troy State. 18.50.2: 74. Dianne
boro, 87- 129.                                                                                                    16.53.2. 2. Nancy Dletman, North Dakota St.         South Dakota St.. 17.58.4: 38. Conme Kampa.         Hqrnande7. Cal St Northridge, 18.546: 75
   The other scorers for Southeast                                                                                1658 9: 3 Cladees Pneur, Cal Poly-SLO. 1700.3:      St. Cloud State. 17.59X. 39 Coleen Snyder,          Christine Brighton, Springfield, 19:00.7; 76.
                                                                                                                 4. Darla Cup, Central Missouri. 17.01.1. 5.          Edinhoro, 17:59.5; 40 Jolenn Hansen. South          Mary Antonick, South Dakota St.. 19.03.1. 77
Missouri were Arthur Waddle, se-                                                                                 Julie Bowcrb, Wcrt Chester. l7:06 5: 6 Robyn         Dakota St.. I X.01.3.                               Noel LaFranc,s, Ashland. l9:04 5: 78 Shen
cond; Joseph Leuchtmann, fifth; Jo-                                                                              Root. Cal PolymSLO, l7:07 X; 7. Mary Mc-                41. Jennder Nichols. Alxlenc Christian,          Williams, Troy State, lY:O7.0. 7Y. Leslie Pratt,
seph Lackner, I Ith, and Norman                                                                                  Naughton, Holy Cross, 17.12.5. X. Krirlin Asp.       1X.01.7. 42. Chns Skarvehs, lndmna (Pa.).           Cal State. Northridge. 19:07.5: X0. Jennifer
                                                                                                                 South Dakota SI., Jendfer Dunn. Cal        l&O5 4: 43. Jill Perry. Cal-Davis, l&O7 4: 44       Kerhn, Cal&Daws. 19. I5 8
Kellar, 68th.
                                                                                                                 PolymSLO. 17:IS X. IO Len Loper, Cal Foly-            lammy Donnelly. Indiana (Pa.). 1X:08.7; 45.           XI. Dolyne Divine, Springfield, lY:24.2; X2.
    Edinboro, which matched its 1981                                                                             SLO. 17.16 7                                         Kri,tcn Lyons, SprIngfield. IX.09 5: 46. Shclly     Donna Colbrunn, North Dakota St.. 19.27.6,
finish, was led by Luil Graham, scv-                                                                                 I I. Ena Guevara-Mora. St. Thnmac (Fla.),        Saunders, kerris State, IX.1 1.0: 47 Jackie Huh-    X3 Maureen D’     Grady. Ashland. 19.2X 2: 84
enth among the individual finishers                                                                               I7.17.2. 12. Jackie Ca>\ebaum. Shppery Rock.        bard. South Dakota St., 1X:12.4; 48. Laurel         Kathy Lennox. Ashland, lY:57.1; X5. Kim Leu-
                                                                                                                  17.23.2: 13,Magdalena Mannquer. Cal St Nor-         Meighan. Cal-Davi,, IX. I3 I. 49. Jennifer, Liu,    gang, North Dakota St., 1959.3; 86. Susan
and fourth in the team competition.                                                                                                                                   Cal St. NorthrIdge, IX.14 7: 50 Diane Hanks,
                                                                                                                 thrldge. 17.27 I: I4 Jdl Ellington, Cal Foly-                                                            Wohlfarth, Ashland, Debra Wilding,
   California-Riverside was third in                                                                             SLO. 17.266: I5 Alane Kecler, Ashland. 17.2X.3.      Springlield, l&IS 0                                 SE Missouri SI., 20.04.X. XX Penny Wcinand.
the meet.                                                                                                         I6 Margaret Hertenstein, S!z Missouri St..             51. tlirabeth Urquhart. In&ana(Pa.), IX. 15.6.   North DakotaSt.. 20. I6 X: 89 Ehpaheth Wdson.
               Team results                                                                                       17.29 3: I7 Chns Manning, Cal St. Hyward.           52. Pamela Palmer. SE Missourl St. 18:17.9,S3.      Cal-Davlc, 20:31.9: 99. Dolores Cohohch. Troy
  I SE Mlssourl St.. X7: 2. Edinhoro. 129: 3                                                                      17.30 I: IX Helen Glbey. Indlana(Fa.) 17:30.7.      Susan Borawskl. Ashland. 18~19.6:54. Jcnnella       State, 20.52.5, 91. Darlene RIchardson, Troy
CalLRlverslde. 13h:4 South Dakota St., 139; 5.                                                                    I9 Vxky Bray. Cal PolymSLO, 1731.2. 20.             ‘Torrcnce, SE Ml,sourl St . 1X.23.3:55. Catherine   St&c. 20.55.6, 92. Laura Byrne. SE Missouri
Cal Poly-SLO. 154;6. Keene St., 174: 7. Indiana                                                                  Nancy Riedel, Cal- Davis, 17:32.5.                   Tully. Cal-Davis. IX.24 4: 56 Arcolar Harrison.     St.. 20.58.0.
IPa.), 178; 8. Lowell, 216: 9. North Dakota SI..
224. IO. Cal-LIavis, 244. I I Mlllcr$villc. 261. I2
Troy State. 26X. 13. Cal Poly-Pomona. 2XR: I4
St Cloud State. 296: IS Texas A & 1. 301: 16.
N W M~ssour~St., 373; 17. Ferris Stale, 4Y0.
                                                                                                                 O ld Dominion wins field hockey title
                                                                                                                    Old Dominion, outscoring its play-                Veraart were sandwichrd brtwrrn                     D’ Amadio of (‘ onnrcticut and Man-
                 lndiridu.1   resulb
    I Michael Vanaua. SE Misaourl St., 29:55.0;
                                                                                                                 off opponents by a combined margin                   scoring strikes from Christy Morgan,                              I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ica Mills of ‘ emplr.
2. Agaplu Amo. East lcxa*. 30.05.7, 3. Arthur                                                                    of 17-2, capped a perfect 23 -0 season               giving Old Dommlon an Insurmount-                      A crowd of I.400 attended thr
Waddle, SF Mi\\ourl St _ 30.17 4. 4 Dave                                                                         by winning the Division 1 Field Hoc-                 ahlc lead.                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          finals at Sprmgfleld’ Benedum Field
Henderson, Portland State, 3Oz27.3:5. Rodney                                                                     kry Championship with a 5- I victory                    Old I)ominion    goalir Shelly Beh-
IIcHaven. South I>ak&, St 30.31 9. 6 Roh                    Dar/u Curp. Central Missouri                                                                                                                                  Iowa                                 I 0 I
Juergenr. Ashland. 3@349; 7. Lull Graham,
                                                                                                                 over Iowa November IX at Sprmgfield                  rcns stopped sevrn lowa shots, while                Old I>ormnlon                      .I 4 5
Edmboro, 30.38.7; 8. Kurt Stcnrcl. Angelo                  F.dward Klelman, St. Cloud State, 32: IY.5: X6.       Collegr.                                             Hawkcye goalies Karen Napolitano                      Fll\l half or) I~vclunc Vetxlrt (Wlllemlen
State. 3l).3Y.S. 9. Jo\eph Leuchtmatm. SE MIS-             Edward Tutu. Cal Poly-Pomona. 32 23 6: X7                The Lady Monarchs have won the                                                                        Aardcnhuly). 24.17: I Kim Hcrrmann (I’   atcl
                                                                                                                                                                      and Joan Behrends combmed to turn                   Wanner,.   2x 40
sour, St., 30:43.0: IO. stevc Peru. C-al Poly-              Tram Nelson. North Dakota. 32.24.3. XX. Mark         past three Division I titles, and they
                                                           Atlderson. North Dakota St . 32.27 7: XY Jerry
                                                                                                                                                                      back I4 Old L)ominion attempts.                        Second hall, 01,    (‘hrl\ty Morgan (Ijianc
 Pomona. 30 45.2
    I I. Tom Anderson, Keene State, 30.46.9. 12.           Hcmander, Cal FolymSLD, 32.2X.9: 90. Ron              defeated Virgima ( 10-O) and Connec-                    Each of the finahsts placed four                 Bracalente). 35 51. 011~ Cheryl Vat1 Kuren
David Dunham, Lowell. 30:48.9: 13. Thomas                  Beck. Edinboro, 3p29.4.                               ticut (2-l) on their way to the 1984                 players on the all-tournament squad.                                 21).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (unakristcd). 4~3 01)      Evelint Vcraart (Wil-
                                                              91. Thomas Rush. lndlarla (Pa ). 32.31 3: 92       finals. Old Dominion now owns a IO-                                                                      lcmicn Aardcnhurg). 46 5X. OD Chrl\ty hlor.-
Dorm lndrana (Pa ), 30:s I .2: 14. Todd Stevens.                                                                                                                      Old L)ominion’s Morgan and Vrraut                   y”” IJacLle Grady). 52:lZ.
South Dakota St.. 30.51 6: I5 Steve Spence.                brook\ Hcrrboldl.. St. (‘ loud State. 32.32.2. Y3.     I record In Division I field hockey
                                                           Dave Llvmgston. Cal Poly-SLO. 32.34 I: 94
                                                                                                                                                                      wcrcdoined by teammates Diane Bra-                     Shot\. Iowa I I, Old Dornlmon 35 Saves’
Stuppensburg. 3&52 0; 16. John Spdman. Cal
St. Northridge, 3052.3. 17. William Bcrkcbilc.             Bruce Wells, Mansfield, 32:37.X:95. Scott Lane-       tournament games.                                    calentc and W illemien Aardcnburg.                  Iowa 14. Old rjomlnlon 7. Penalty corners,
Shippenbburg, 30.52. 7: IX loseph L.ackner. SE             man. SF Missouri St.. 32.3X.X: 96 Fred Hun.              Old Dominion broke open a tight                            s
                                                                                                                                                                         Iowa’ Mary Koboldt, Debbie                       Iowa 3, Old D o m m m n 12.
                                                           Ferns State. 32.39 X: 97 Arthur Va” Veer,. Cal        contest after intermisslon, scoring                                                                         Sccnnd-round parnc, Connecticut 3. New
Mlssour~. 3m53 I: I9 Kevin Jones, Cal PC+                                                                                                                             Bricklry, Marcia Pankratz and Kim                    Hampchlre 2 (ot): Iowa 2, Northwestern 0.’
SLO, 30:54.7; 20. Rodney Fllsworlh. Kccnc                  Poly-Pomona, 32:41.3; 9X. Simon Guerrero,             four tunes in the second half. Goals
                                                           Texa\ A d I, 32.44.0. YY. Chrn Moulton. Kecnc
                                                                                                                                                                      Hermann     wrrr  namrd to the tram,                   Semdmals: Iowa 2. lcmplc IJ, Old I)ominion
SMC. 3 I .OO.2.
    21 W & a m King. Mdlersv~lle. 31.01 2: 22.             State. 32:44.3, 100. Mat Gary. Cal St. Sacra-         by Cheryl Van Kuren and Eveline                      along with Terry Kix and Lisa                       5. Iowa I.
Phil Vannette. CalLRlverrlde, 31:02.7: 23. Job”            mento. 32.47 h
Zimmerman, North Dakota St.. 31.04.S. 24.                     101. Robert Derrah. Lowell. 32:4X.0; 102.
John Barrett, CalLDavis. 31 10.7. 25. Briant               Tim HoTfman, N W Missouri. 32.4X.8, 103. Bill
Nicrstcdt. Southern Con”. 31.12 I. 26 Davtd                De\ru\u.     Kccnc St&c. 32.5X 9. I&%. Russell
Qumtal Lowell. 31.12 6: 27. Mark Young. St.                Berte. Cal-Davis. 32.56 5: IO5 Stacey Whltt.
Cloud State. 31.13 9: 2X Julio Valdes. Troy                Texas A & I. 32 59.X: I06 Craig Inwtherr.
State. 3l’ IX.6: 29. Brent Grittiths. Cal Poly-            Mdlersv,lle. 33.01 X: 107 Pete Rmengcr. Ferris
SLD, jl.195: 30 Brent I-ricsth, Augustana                  Stare. 33.02 X: 108 Bnan Moody. Lowell,
IS D j. 31.20 I                                            33.05.4: 109. James Holovnia. St. Cloud State.
    31. Kay Cook. Cal-RlverGdc. 31.2O.Y. 32                33.07.2. I IO. Mlkc lurdn. Truy State. 33.0Y.X.
Mike Hulme. Fdtinhoro. 31:2l 6: 33 Mark                       I I I Regmald McClary. Troy State. 33 IO I:
Castro. CalLRlverslde. 3 1.23.7. 34. ChristIan             112. hIIke DuBus. Ferns Stale. 33:I I 0: I I3
Palmer, Troy State. 31.23 h, 35 lohn Pcrlchvrg.            I)arr~n Ijicdrich. St. Cloud State. 33.13.3. 114.
SI Cloud State. 31 27 8: 36. Wdharn Maloney.               Bob Ja,wmsk,. Fern, State. 33.14 X. I I5 Garv
Edmboro, 31:2X 4: 37. Jeflrey Wcilcnbcck. Troy             Wc\tm;rn. St. (‘  loud State. 33,lh 4: I I6 Tony
S1atc.31.2Y.l.3X. SteveStahl. Edmhoro.31.31 9:             Pa11s1.  Texas A & I. 33:17.1. 117. Greg Rnhdc.
39 Alan Severude. Augustana (SD.). 31:32.5:                North I~;rkoIaS~..33.25 7. I IX lohn McKenna.
40. Mike Miner. (‘ Poly-SLO. 31.34.h.
                      aI                                   Luwell. 13 29 5: I I9 Mark Vanslckle. N W
    41 F&x Horta. Texas A & I, 31.35 I: 42                 Missouri St.. 33.32.9: I20. Jeff Willumr, Cal
Bnan Kralt. North Dakota St.. 31:35 9: 43.                 Pc~l”-P0mnna. 33 35 9
Robert Beycr. South IIakota St _ 31 3h 4, 44                  121 Ron Trevlthlck. (‘  al-Rlvelslde. 33:3h.3.
Tim Wat\nn.C~I~Rlverslde. 31:37.2:45 Michael               122. L>anlelStelamsko. Cal- I)av~\. 33 42 5. I23
Patton, Indlana(Pa.), 3137 X.46. IIavidGarcu.                               al
                                                           Kc” I-cttcr,. (‘ Pc~ly~Pumona. 33.49 4: 124
 Ii-*a> A LYLI, 31.3X.5. 47 Michdcl M&cc.                  Steven l~homas, M~lletsvdle. 33.53.2. 125. Lee
Ind~,na (Pa.). 31 41 .S. 4X lames Ka\pari, Calm            Allard. MIllersvdle. 33.55.0. I2h Iom Rirkcr.
 Davis. 31 42 W:49 Rolf Schmidt. North Dakota              N W MI,,ouri St. 34.05.7, 127 C‘   ralg I.rghtfoot.
St. 31.42 5: 50 Rodger Clark. Kcenc Slate.                 Truy St&e. 74 IJX9. 12X td Scarbrough. I-crns
31.43.X. 51. Steve Johnvm. CalLR~ver\&                     State. 74.23 3. 129 Faul Mchlbcrg. tcrri*S(atc.
31 42.5. S2. C‘ hri\(‘ralg. Cal Poly-SLCJ. 31.44 4;        34.2Y 7. I30 Jesse Llquc/. Texa\ A & I. 74 53 5.
53 Joe Fla~mery~South Dakota St 135.45.0; 54               1.31. Hrian (irlcr. N W M~ssoun, 35.07 2: I32
Brad Ortmelcr, N W M&ouri SC 31 45.Y. 55                   Kentleth Hank\. Troy State. 35.443.
John Clahcrty. Indiana (Pa J. 31 46 9. 56 ‘         Tom
Borawsk,. I’  dmhoro. 31 4X h: 57 Joseph Regan.                  Division         II W o m e n
Lowell, 31.5X 5; 58 Mike Caaner, Kcene State.                  Cal Paly-San I.uis Obispo placed
31.52.5. 59. Chuck Fanccr. (‘                  all seven of its runnrrs in thr top 20
31.53 X.HJ Stuart I.und. South Dakota. 31.54.7.            and its first five in the top IO to wm Its
    61. Tony Lehr, Cemral Missouri. 31 .S5.2. h2.
Chri\ Hrcnncman, (-‘       al-Rivcrrlde. 31.55 0; 63       third consecutive NCAA DIvlslon II
Paul Rogers. Ipduna (Pa ), 31:56.5: 64. John                          s
                                                           W o m e n ’ Cross Country Champion-
 Hancock, C-alLDavls, 3l.Sl.l.            65. Stephen      ship November 17 at Mississippi Col-
Koon\, Millcrw~llc. 31 57 7: hh Dennis Strm-
na,t,s. Lowell. 31.5X 3: 67. Doug Enckson.
 Ii-xar A & I, 3 1:5X.9:6X. I.nrry I .cvy. Millcrsville.       Gladrrs Prirur was the top finisher
32:01 9. 69 Scutt hums. Edmboro. 32:02 9: 70               for the Mustangs, finishmg third in
 Hrad Clary, Cal Poly~Ponoma, 32.0X.2                      both mdlvldual and team scoring, to
    71 Davtd hrightwucll. lndlarla (Pa.), 32.0X 3;         hrlp SI.O to a 32-107 victory over
72. Ted Allwardt. North IIakota St., 32:09.5.73.
J&f Massmann, South Dakota St.. 32.1 1.X. 74               second-place South Dakota State.
Abel Mom. Cal Puly-Pomona, 32:12 4; 75                         The other scorers for the Mustangs
 Rusty Adams, N W Missouri St., 32.13.1. 76.               wcrc Robyn Root, fourth; Jennifer
Douglas MacNeal. Millcrsvillc. 32 I3 7.77. Rrrh            Dunn, seventh; Lori Loper, eighth,
 Hurlbutt. Keene State. 32.14. I: 78 Craig Steum
rnaus, CalLDavls, 32:14.5; 7Y. Norman Kellar,              and Jill Ellington, 10th.
$I-. Missouri St., 32.15.0: X0. Kennclh Smal-                  Southeast Missouri State, third in
Iwood. Cal-Davis. 32: 15 3                                 the meet, captured the individual
    81. Chris Wlggs. N W Missouri St., 32:15.7;            title, with Christine Ridenour covering
X2. Gregory‘ Beeglc, Millenvillc, 32.16.X, &3.
 Robert Ziebol, South Dakota St., 32.17.1; 84.             the S,OOO-metercourse in a time of
 Michael Byrne, SE Missouri St., 32:18.5; 85.              l6:53.2. Ridenour’ victory gave the
                                                                                 s                                           s
                                                                                                                 Old Dominion’ Christy Morgan (right)
8    THE NCAA NEWS/November                 19.1984

                                                                                                          North Carolina captures third
                                                                                                          NCAA women’ soccer crown
                                                                                                              April Heinrichs and Joan Dunlap                      since a 3- I setback by Connecticut in                chin was voted top offensive player
                                                                                                          scored second-half goals to lead                         the I983 season opener.                               and Shelley McElroy, Connecticut,
                                                                                                          North Carolina to its third consecutive                     “We were too ambitious with our                    the top defensive player.
                                                                                                          NCAA Women’ Soccer Champion-
                                                                                                                            s                                      shooting in the first half,” said North                  The Tar Heels have not allowed a
                                                                                                          ship with a 2-O victory against Con-                     Carolina coach Anson Dorrance.                        goal in three NCAA championship-
                                                                                                          necticut on the Tar Heels’ home field                    “Connecticut was well-organized m                     game appearances. North Carolina
                                                                                                          November 18.                                             the back. The girls were well-trained                 beat Central Florida, 2-0, to win the
                                                                                                              Heinrichs, who scored two goals in                   and accustomed to playing close                       inaugural title in 1982 and then stop-
                                                                                                          the 1983 championship victory over                       games. They made a good decision to                   ped George Mason last year, 4-O.
                                                                                                          George Mason, connected from six                         play back.”                                           With three victories in the 1984 tour-
                                                                                                          yards out with an assist by Amy Ma-                          The Tar Heels controlled the ball                 nament, the Tar Heels boosted their
                                                                                                          chin. Minutes later, Dunlap talhcd                       throughout the game, outshooting                      championship record to 9-O.
                                                                                                           against Connectict goalie Laura                         the Huskies 27-8 and recording II                         Individually, Heinrichs entered the
                                                                                                           Skaza, with assists from Marcia                         shots on goal to four by Connecticut.                  1984 tournament holding the NCAA
                                                                                                           McDermott and Betsy Johnson. Dun-                       Both Connecticut goalkeeper Skaza                     record for most goals in one tourna-
                                                                                                           lap recorded one goal and one assist                    and North Carolina’ Beth Huber
                                                                                                                                                                                          s                              ment, four in 1983, and was tied for
                                                                                                           in last year’ title game.
                                                                                                                         s                                         had nine saves.                                       most points in one tournament (eight)
                                                                                                              The Tar Heels’ fourth national                           In the third-place game, Massa-                   with teammate Machin.
                                                                                                          crown --including the I98 1 Associa-                     chusetts defeated California, 4-I In                      Named to all-tournament        team
                                                                                                          tion for Intercollegiate Athletics for                    semifinal games November 17, North                    were: Goalie- Mary Harvey, Califor-
                                                                                                          Women title-completed           an un-                    Carolina beat California in overtime,                 nia: Offense-Tucka Heally, Califor-
                                                                                                          beaten season. North Carolina lin-                        2- I, and Connecticut stopped Mas-                    nia; .Jolie DePauw, Massachusetts;
                                                                                                          ished 24-O- I Its only blemish was a                      sachusetts, 2-1, also in overtime.                    Donna MacDougal, Connecticut: De-
                                                                                                           I - I tie with George Mason. The Tar                        Heinrichs was named the tourna-                    fense- Denyse Garcia, California; Su-
                                                                                                           Heels have not lost in 44 games ~~                      ment’ outstanding player while Ma-
                                                                                                                                                                          s                                               san Bird, Massachusetts; Stacy Enos,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          North Carolina: Midfielders-Emily
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Pickering, North Carolina; Betsy
                                                                                                               Championships                                                      Corner                                 .Johnson, North Carolina; Kristen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bowsher, Massachusetts; Carolyn Mii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         cheel, Massachusetts.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         C0nnect1cut..                    .o O-0
                                                                                                             I. The U.S. Military Academy has been selected to host the 1985 NCAA                                        North Carolma                      . . . ..o 2-2
                                                                                                                s             s
                                                                                                          Men’ and Women’ Rifle Championships March 8-9. Tennessee Technological                                            Second half. NC‘ -Apnl Hunnchs (Amy Ma-
                                                                                                          University originally was awarded the bid to host thechampionships; however,                                   chm). 77.05: Joan Dunlap (Marcia McDermott,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Betsy Johnson). X0.23.
                                                                                                          the institution withdrew after determining that sufficient site preparation could                                 Shrltr. Cm-~necucu~ 8, North Carolma 27
                                                                                                          not be made in time for the championships.                                                                     Shot\ on goal. Connecticut 4. North Carolina
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         I I Saves. Connecticut (Laura Skaza) 9. North
                                                                                                             2. The NCAA Division III subcommittee ofthe Women’ Tennis Committee                                         Carolma(Beth Hubcr)9 Corner kicks: Conncc~
                                                                        Phoro   by Richard   Carpenrer    is soliciting bids to host the 1985 championships May 6-I I Anyone interested                                  ucut 2. North Carolina 3. Fouls: Connecticut 15.
Mussachusetts           Jolie     DePauw (left) in second-round action                                    should contact’  cynthia L. Smith at the NCAA national office.                                                 North Carolina 17. Attendance. 3.500

St. Thomas wins both crowns in Division III cross country
    St. Thomas became the second                                   Individual   results                   born State. 26.22.9X; 79. Robert Wdburn, Bald-           Frank Pittman. Wash. & ICC. 27.30 5X: 153.            35. Linda Kraensky~ Plattsburgh St., 1X:43.73.
                                                         I. Mark Bwnan. Brand&. 24.44 71: 2 Danny         wn-Wall . 26:23.22. X0 Rory Flampton. PO-                Charles Bnmner. Albany (N.Y ), 27.35.37: 154.         36. Julie Dunn. Colorado Col.. 1X:45.24. 37
Division 111 mstitution to win both
                                                    Bauer. Simpwn, 24:47.32. 3. Peter Wareham.            mona-Pltzer, 26:24.78.                                   Jerry>k,. Susquehanna, 27.35 X4; 155. Scott      Mary Ryan.GeneseoState. IX:46.7Y. 3X. Nadme
           s               s
the men’ and women’ champion-                       St. I homa%. 24.58 48;4. Todd Moxley. Wheaton             Xl. Martin Dumouhn, St Lawrence. 26.25.50:           Katrman. IJC San Diego. 27~36.48; 156. Todd           Sanders. St Olaf, 18.47.54: 39. Lori Rlemer.
ships in the same sport in the same                 (III.), 24 59 XX: 5 Bob Dunphey, North Central.       82. Michael Co&n.          Otterbein, 26:26.24. X3       Quackenhoss. Susquchanna. 27:36.95: 157. Ked          WI*.-LaCrosse, 1X:50.52: 40. Kimberly Petti-
year at the NCAA Division III Men’        s         25 01 71: 6. Mark Mathews. Hamlinc, 25.02.X4.         Dennis Bcouyher. Mt Union. 26.27.03: X4                  Thomas, Frostburg State. 27:3X.24: 15X. Mike          chord. Albany (N.Y.) 18:51.00.
                                                    7 M~rael Foss;,\. Brandels. ZS.OX.XZ. X John          Michael Gaugbran, Frcdonia State. 26:29.93.              Sakach. Augwtana 1111.).27 41 XV. 159 Davr                41 Kalen Kurthr. Albany (N Y ). 1X.51.79:
and Women’ Cross Country Cham-                                          s
                                                    Gathjc. St. John’ (Mmn.). 25:16.1X; 9. Crarg          X5. Helder Braz, St. Massachusetts. 26.30.47:            Lieberman. Emory, 27% 55: 160. Jellery Walker,        42. Lisa Baron, Whcatoo (Mass.), IX.53 92; 43.
pionships November 17 at Ohio Wes-                  Polman, Mt. Union. 25.16 97: IO. Larry Good-          X6. Jon Chnstopherson, Mt. IJnion. 26.31 2X:             Susquehanna. 27.47.91.                                Theresa Mcadc. Scranton, IX.54 26; 44. Susan
leyan University.                                   enough, Ithaca. 25.17 34                              X7. Michael McGuirc.           SE Massachusetts.            161. Kick Garcia. St. Joseph*s(Me )27:4X.96,       Flynn. Bates. l&55.12: 45. Elle Klssane, Platts-
    The St. Thomas men’ team beat
                             s                           I I. thornas Faust. St. 1 homas. 25.18.37: 12.   26.32.30: XX. l>aniel McKeown. St. John’            s    162. Mlcbael Burton. Susquehanna. 27.52 18;           burgh St., 1855.57, 46 Marta I.aughlin, St.
                                                    Ronald Deckert. Glasshoro State. 25:2O.I2. 13         (Minn.). 2h.33 51: X9 William Burke. Scranton.           163. Robert Bwh. Carnegie-Mellon, 27.54.14.           Thomas, 1X.57.47: 47 Marina Sutera, Ithaca.
North Central, 76-89, to win its first              Christopher HIIWIUI. UC San I&o.          25.20.67:   26 34 14: 90. Randolph         Accetta, Wesleyan.        164. Alan Campbell. Otterhem, 2X:02.44. I65           1X.5X.X5: 4X lngnd tlvehak, Central (Iowa),
team title tn the sport, and the                     14. Jim Jones, North Central. 25:21.06: IS.          26:34.49.                                                Phillip Hams. Chrlr. Newport, 2X.04.35: 166.          IX.59 43: 49. Karie Lee. Smith. 19.00 02; 50.
women’ team beat Wisconsin-I.a-                                                   s
                                                    Charles Mahler, St. John’ (Min.).         25.22 32:       Y I. John Montgomery.         Gla\\horo    State,                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                   Hnan Flanders. St Joseph‘ (Me ). 2X:09.31.            Caroline Curran. Middlebury. 19.00 42.
Crosse, 50-64, to win its second team                16. Jukka lamma,ruo, St. I.awrcnce. 25.23.17:        2635 05: 92. Mike Maloney. Mt. Union.                    167. John Butcher, Sewanee, 2X:10.07. 16X                 51 Vanerra Jones, Ohm Weslyan. IV 01 49:
title.                                               17. lony I.ews, Emory, 25.23 X7: I8 Nlcholac         26:35.52: 93. lcrrance McNatt. MII. 26.36 I I;           Kohcrt Tyott, Glassboro State, 2X. 1X.29. 169.        52 Ann Marabrc. lrimty (Corm.). 19:05.39; 53.
                                                    Manc~u.St Thomas, 25.24 33. 19. Dan Pittman.          94. Mark Slamforth, UC San Diego, 26:37.36.              John McMahon, SE Massachu\ett\. 28:20.X4.             Rochcllc Swiggum. Luther, 19:05.91: 54. Julie
    Kenyon accomplished the feat last               Chris. Newport, 25.25.12. 20. Kevin Farley.           95 Charles Henget, St. Thomas, 26:37.X2. 96              170. Rick Puroo. Fredonia State, 2X:21.2X.            Pederron. W~s./LaCr,,a\e. 19:06.36. 55. Becky
year in swimming.       ’                           Colby. 2S:Zh 27                                       John Borshcim. Chris Newport. 26.38 37: 97.                 I71 Keith Marshall. Chris. Newport. 2X.22.53:      Boegh, Wis.-Oshkosh, 19:07.37: 56. Peggy Pau-
    Peter Wareham led the Tommies                       21. Shemi &bag. Augustana (III.). 25.27 OR:       Michael Lyons. MIT, 26.3X.X9; 98. Doug Sand.             172. Doogta, 1101.IJC San Diego. 28:23.4.5. I73       lino. St. Thomas, 19:07.X2.57. Jeanne Hoffman,
                                                    22. IIwi8ht Scnber, Frostburg State, 25:2X.34:        Augustana (Ill.). 26.39 43: 99. Jack (‘   rocker. St.    Jamc, Erwm, Albany (N.Y.). 2X.36.h6:        174.      Emory, 19:0X.43. 5X Mlchellc Nshol, Trenton
with his third-place individual finish
                                                    23. John Fwgerald, Baler. 25.2X X2; 24. Mark                      s
                                                                                                          Joseph’ (Me.), 26:39 94; 100. Thorna, Schurr,            Kenneth Willis, Susquehanna, 2X.3X 57: 175.           State, l9:l 1.74: 59 Laura Rlebold, Ithaca.
that was second in team scoring. The                 Hatch. Bates. 25:30.49. 25 James While. SF           Otterbein. 26.40.69.                                     Gene Smith, I-roxthug Stale. 2X.3947: 176.             19:12.93. 60. Sharon Hall. Rhode Island Cal .
other scorers for St. Thomas were                   Massachusetts, 25:31.20: 26 Paul Thurmcs. St               101. Ian Clements, Albany (N Y). 26:41.10.          Timothy Peterr. Glassboro State. 2X.44.44; I77         IY.14.70.
Thomas Faust, eighth; Nicholae Man-                 Thomas, 25:31.96: 27 Loran Stortr. l+her,              102. George Bockus, St. Joseph’ (Me.), 26:43.09,
                                                                                                                                             s                     Steven K&t, Chns. Newport. 2X:50.53. I78                  61. Mary-Lynn       Past~zzo. Ithaca. 19:15.23:
                                                    25.32.97. 28. Steve Mullen. WIS -Oshkosh,              103. Dave Hancchak. Westlield State. 26.45 X3;          Chnstopher Lyons. Fredonia State. 28:57.93.           62. Louise Mallet, Catholic. 19:17.03; 63. Kathy
ciu, 15th; Paul Thurmes, 20th. and                  25.34.21: 29 Donald Deckert, Gtassboro State.          IO4 lam Krieger. Augustana (Ill.). 26.45.99;             I79 Peter Ashcy. Susquehanna. 29:13.2X. I80          Barnum. Oberlm, 19: IX 97: 64. Mary Gellcrup,
John Bielinski, 3 I st.                             25.36 80; 30. Hans Pedersen. Concordia (Minn ).        105. Willard Sauer, MIT. 26.47 57: 106. Chri,           Dan Huntington, Emory. 29:37.09, 1X1. Joe             WI\ -Oshkosh, IY.19.60: 65. Christine Dudeck,
    Brandeis failed in its bid to defend            25r37.74.                                              Kamper, Carlton. 26.47 X9: 107. Brian White.            Fcjch. Emory, 29:37.53: 1X2. Jeffrey Bowyer.          Allegheny, 19.20.X9: 66. Kamille Hawkinson.
the team championship,           finishing              31. Larry Wood, North Central. 25:3X.59: 32.      St. Joseph‘   s(Mc.). 26.49.21; IOX.Tim Coleman,         Chris Newport, 33 I I 00.                             Whealon (Ill ). 19:22.12, 67 Edeen tiallagher.
                                                    Bob Pottle, North Central. 25:39.01: 33. Todd         Wheaton (Ill ). 26:49.90. I09 James Louck.                                                                     Cathols. 19:25.42;61(. Donna Burnham. Albany
third. Mark Beeman, who finished
23rd last year, won the individual
                                                    Wallenfelt, Hamlinc. 25.40.38; 34. Paul Freder-       Glasaboro State, 26:50.32. I IO Wdliam Mallet.                 Division           III Women                    (N Y ), 19:26.63. 69. Karen D’     Angelo. Ithaca,
                                                    icks, Whcaton(ll1 ), 2S:41.01.35 Tom Maloney,          MIT, 26:50.71.                                                                                                 19:27.09: 70. Amta Freres. Cathohc, 19:2X.36.
title, running the 8,000-meter course               BaldwmWall., 25:41.33. 36 Paul Ruston, Ro-                 I I I. Crai8 Crandall, Luther. 2651 72; 112.            I. St. Thomas, SO; 2. W~s.~LaCrossc. 64. 3            71. Diane Cooney, Wis.-Oshkosh. 19.29.59:
in a time of 24144.7 I.                             chester Inst., 25~41.X5: 37. James Quinn, Ithaca.      Milo Aukerman. UC San Diego. 26:52.34, 113.             Ithaca. 114; 4. I-rank & Marsh.. 14X. 5 Wis.-         72. Katrma Harriman.           Frank. & Marsh..
                                                    2S:44.55; 3X. Mike Carney, Luther, 25.46.5 I: 39.     Scott Magane, SE Ma,bachusetts, 26.52.90. I I4           Oshkosh, ISO. 6. Smith, 164. 7. Ctaremont~M-           19.30 51; 73. Sarah Cox, Oberlin. 1932 90; 74.
    North Central’ top finisher was                 Todd Jacobson. North Central. 25.48 70; 40.            Dean Danowski. Carnegie-Mctlon.            26.54 51;    S.. 1X9:X. Albany(N.Y.). l97:9 Luther, 19X. IO         Karen Ogle, Emory. 1933.47. 75 Len Fhipps,
Bob Dunphey, who was fifth indivi-                   Roy Swargood, M&ah. 25~49.43.                         115. I.arry Steece, Olterbcin. 26:55.16: 116.           (tic) (‘athohc and Oherlm, 265: 12. Californm          Luther. I9 33 87; 76. Colleen Skelly, Ithaca.
dually and fourth in team scoring.                      41. Arthur Feeley. Colby, 25.51 73: 42 Chns        Marc Cossel~n, St. I.awrence, 26.55.62; I I7            (Pa.), 297.                                            I9 34 32; 77. Jean tiarvm, Coast Guard. 19.3540:
    Sarah Hintz set the pace for the St.             Wilson. Wheaton(lll.). 25.52 30,43. Don Reitcr.      Anton Briefer. MIT. 26zS6.01. I IX. Thomas                                Individual   results                 7.8. Bette Dzamha, Albany (N Y ). 19:37.31, 79.
                                                     Wlr -Stevens Point, 25.52 84: 44. Al I.ivlng-         Barlow. IJC San DICKO. 26:57 04: 119. Amby                  I. Juha Kwtland, Macalerter, 17.23.55: 2 1.n       Kristy Dimmlck, North Central, 19.41.93. X0
Thomas women’ team, finishing fifth
                                                    wood. Luther. 25.53 72; 45. Tony VanDeWalle.                                    s
                                                                                                           Kimball, St. Joseph’ (Me). 26:57.X5: I20                da Van Housen. Notre Dame (Cal.).          Chris Hemmg, Luther, 19.45.77.
individually and second in team scor-                ,,“g”“t”“a(lll   ),25:55.06,46 John Blelmskl, St.    Christopher Thorn&*. IJC San IIicyo. 26 58 26            Gwyn Hardesty~ Smith. 17.43 68; 4. Dorcar                  81. Cathy Cothogs, Oberlin. 1946 42; X2.
ing. The other scorers for the women                Thomas. 25.56.19; 47. I.iodtey Dood. Hope,                 121. Mike Griffin, Ursinw. 2659 05; 122.            Dcnhartog. MIddlebury.        l7:45.94. 5. Sarah       Windy Wallace. Claremont- M-S., 19:46.YX.X3.
were Cindy Hennessey, fifth; Laura                  25:57.50; 4X. Pat Zinn. North Central, 25:59.01.      Stephan Sandness, Luther. 26.59 72; 123. Robert          Hmtz. St. Thorn&,. 17.47.86: h Kun Stemplen.           Chris Kwchen, Wix-Orhkosh.            19.4X 06: 84.
Inderieden, eighth; Mori Sweeney,                   49. Arthur McArthur. Fredonia State. 26%l 25:          Llttmann, Brand&,. 27:01.57: 124. Michael               UC San Diego, 17.52.X1. 7 Cmdy Naglc, (‘     Iare-     Nancy Leet. l-rank & Mar\h. 19.49.28; X5.
                                                    SO. David Elsler, St. Lawrence, 26:01.96.              Satvon. Brandeis. 27:01.99. I25 Enck Tremmel.           mw+M~S.        17:Ol.l2. X Knsten Kannenweser,         Jcnica I isdale. Claremont-M-S,        IY.SZ.07. X6
 15th. and Jennifer Schultz, 20th.                       51. John Schiller. St. Thomas, 26:03.13. 52       Mt. Umon, 27:02.50, I26 John Gernerl. King’        \.   Smith. 1X:07.73. Y Cmdy Hennessey. St. Tho-            Krlstm M~ag. l-rank & Marsh.. I9 52 70; X7.
    Wisconsin-Lacrosse,       the defend-            Paul Chldossl, Notre Dame (Cal.). 26.03 60.53.       27zO2.96; 127. Grant McAllister. Emory. 2703 61:         mas. IX.tJX.93: IO. Eloirc Evans. Salve Kcgma,         Mary Nimthmr. Wls.-Oshkosh. 19:59.(15. X8
ingchampion, was led by Sharon Stu-                  Brian Hauwes, Luther. 26:03.94; 54. Jerry             12X. Robert Innucc~, Frostburg State, 27:04.00.         1x0964.                                                t‘yndl Braun, C‘    alifomm (Pa.). 20.00.25: 89.
bier, 15th individually and seventh in               Murphy. Mt. Umon. 26:@4.73;55. Kobert Strom-          129 Bradford Cunningham, Frostburp State.                   I I. Cathy Lwigston.    Ithaca. 18:10.60. I2       Beth Rosen. Tufts. 20:01.90. 90 Lyon Jacob*.
                                                    wall. St John’ (Minn.). 26.05.X5: 56 Enck              27:04.36: 130. Eric Schwartr. Wheaton (Ill.),           BarharaGaenslen. Notre Dame(Cal.). IX I I X7;          Athany (N Y ), 20:02.32.
team scoring. Also scoring for the                  Olson, Luther, 2606.54: 57 Stephen Burbridgc.          27:04.60.                                               I3 Ahce Willis. hinghamlon.          IX.12 70; 14.         91 Kathy Andrew. Oberlin, 20 04 26; 92.
Indians were Doreen Ludlow, ninth;                   Brand&. 26:07.1X: 5X. Michael Phillips. St                I31 Dawd Hillman. Grove City, 27.05.46:             Elizabeth Vitalis. Concordia (Mmn.), 1X.13.06.         Deldre Hemingway. Frank. & Marsh ,20:07.OY:
Deb Iverson, 13th; Patty Reynolds,                  John’ (Mmn ), 26:07.7X. 59. Greg Pealer. Susm
                                                             s                                             132. Christopher        Caltaci, Albany (N.Y.),         IS. Sharon Stubler, Wis -LaCrossc, IX.13 4X;           93. Ruth Meler, Luther. 20:10.22: Y4. Rachel
                                                    quehanna, 26:08.2X.60. Edward M&III, Albany            27:05.93. I33 Timothy Hoff. Albany (N.Y.).              I6 Laura Inderiedcn. St Thomas, IX. I4 69: 17.         Braslow, Albany (N.Y), 2o:I 1.01. 95 Brenda
 16th. and Lisa Kutchera, 17th.
                                                    (N.Y.). 26.08.79.                                      27.06.30: 134 Timothy Nydam, SE Massachu-               Doreen Ludlow. Wis ~LaCrosse. 1X:16.69. IS.             Ramlo. Luther. 20~19.18. 96. Lucy Chambers.
    Macalester’ Julis Kirtland cap-                      61. Chris Creager, Mt. Union. 26.09.72: 62.       setts, 27:06.57; 135. Michael Howard. St. Law-          Lois I.ucente. Frank. & Marsh., 18.1X.03: 19.           Smith. 20: 19.5X: 97. Sheila8h Boyle. Claremont -
tured the individual championship                   Christopher Cameron. Rrandels. 26.10.75; 63.           rence, 27:06.91. I36 James Good. Mary Wash-             Gahnelle Fnlelli, Ithaca. lX:IY.ZW. 20. Lmdy            M-S. 20:20.62, 9X. Bryn Fleming, Smzth.
with a time of 17:23.55 for 5,000                    Erick Volkert. Augustana (Ill.), 26112.56: 64.        ington, 27.07.39: 137. Dave Graham. Wheaton             Swenson, Luther. 18.19.8X.                              20:21.65: YY. Laura Holly, Smith. 20.2236: 100.
                                                     Amic Schraedcr. Wis -Stevens Point, 26.1330:          (III.). 27.07 72: 138. Dave Lauh. Emory,27:0X.l2:           21. Deb Iverson, WIS -LaCroase. 1X:20.17:           Cathy Zuck. Claremont-M-S.,        20.30 43
                                                    65. Thorn&\ Zudack, Frosthur8 State. 2614 01:           139. Sean McLaughlin.         SE Massachusetts.        22. Chris Cooper, Alma, 1X.20.5X: 23. Mary                  101. Shari Exe, Luther. 20:37 X6. 102. Stem
         Division        III Men                    66 Wdham Bruno, MIT. 26.14 56; 67 Scott                27.1 I 92, I40 Norman Tomainvillc. St. Law              Towers, Wis.-Oshkosh, 1X:20.98: 24. MoriS~ee-           phame Green. Catholic, 20:45 40: 103. Benita
                                                    Alpeter, Otterbein, 26. IS. 14: 6X Stu Hogan. St.      rence, 27: 13.26.                                       ney, St. I’  hwnas. 1X:22.49: 25. Diane Kivela,         Jones, Calitornia (Pa.). 20:46.X0: 104. Jill l.inton.
   I. 51. Thomas. 76. 2 North Cenlral. 89: 3.       JoscphB (MC.). 26:I5.52: 69. James Gathjc. St.              141. John Pommler, Aupustana(lll.), 27: 14.2X.     Clarcmont~M~S., 1X:35.19; 26. Patty Reynolds.           California(Pa.), 20.50 44; 105. Chris Varley. Al-
Brandci.% 145: 4 St. John’ (Mum ), 14X: 5.                   s
                                                    John’ (Mum.). 26 16.20. 70. Paul Dodd. Gene-            142 John Hayes, tmory. 27:lS.l I: 143. Kewn            WI%.-Lacrosse, 1X.27 44, 27. I.isa Kutchera.            bany (N.Y.), 20:59 40; 106. Diane RunpIe, Ober-
Luther. lSl;6. Wheaton(Ill), l90:7. Mt. tlnmn.      sea Slate, 26.16.66.                                   Rumsey, l-redoma State, 27.15.46: I44 Eugene            Wls.-LaCrosse. 1X:31.65. 2X. Laun Reynolds,             ho. 21.02 77; 107. Vicki Jamckl, Smith, 21:0X.93.
21 I: 8. Glasvboro St., 236, 9. Augustana (Ill.).        71. Joe tiross. North Central. 26.17.17. 72        flung. MIT. 27.16.22. I45 BenJamm White.                !-rank & Marsh, IX.3h 77; 29. Julie Fritz. Coast       108. Rebecca Hmoks. Cahfornia(Pa.). 21.21 5 I;
244. IO. St Lawrence, 297. I I SE Massachusclls.     Thorn Scagren. Wbeaton (III.). 26.17 68. 73.          Otterbein. 27:16.X2. 146 Michael Petsky. Fre-           Guard, 1X:32.57. 30 Jennifer Schultz. St. Tho-          109. Jana Rudolf, Clarcmont~M~S.. 21:24.62.
334; 12. UC sari l%ego. 346: 13. MIT. 350: 14.       Davad Langdon, Branden\. 26, IX X6; 74. Thomas        donia State. 27: IX 74; 147. Tad Daws. Frostburp        mas, 1x.37.1x                                           I IO Bronwyn Haley. Cathohc, 21.45.40.
SI. Jo,cph’ (Me ), 372. 15 Frostburg State.
            \                                       Tuon, Rochcstcr. 2h.20 99; 75. Paul Cnrnelixm,         State. 27.19.X2; 14X. IIcwey Sowers. Lynchhurg.             31. Suc(‘avanaugh, Cal~fom,a(Pa.), IK.40.07.            I I I. Heather St Aubm. Cathohc. 21.53 75:
377: 16. Albany (N.Y.), 37X: 17. Olterbein, 3X3:     SI. John‘ (Mum ). 26:21.4X. 76. Jamie Pollard.
                                                                 ,                                         27:22.39; 149. Michael Gum. Ottcrhcin. 27’     25.32;   32. Amanda Shaw. l-rank & Marsh.. IX 40 X0:             I I2 Ann Schaenmy, Ohertm. 22.05.19: 113.
IX Fredonia State. 436: 19. F.mory. 452: 20          Wis -0shkos.h. 26:22.30: 77 Craig Parlado.             150. Mark Greentee. I-rcdonia State, 27.26.91.         37 Allegra Burton. Wesleyan. 1841 39: 34.               Elaine McCarthy. Catholic. 22: 13.5 I. I 14. Jenny
Chris. Newport. 493: 21. Su\quehanna. 538            Albany(N.Y.). 26.22.6l: 7X A. J. Brudcr. Glass-            I5 I Dean Burns, St. I.awrence. 27.27.52. IS2       Maureen Mulduon. Wis.-Oshkosh,           1X:42.14,     Gundy, Ohcrlin. 22~14.73.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      November     19. 1984      9

   The NCAA                                                                                               Chaxnpionships                                                             Previews

Eastern Kentucky
seeks third crown
   Eastern Kentucky coach Roy Kidd             begins November 24 with eight first-
probably is not too popular with the           round games. The top four teams, as
mothers of his team’ members this
                        s                      seeded by the committee, received
time of year. For six consecutive              byes. Quarterfinals get under way
years, Kidd has led the Colonels to            December I, followed by semifinals
the NCAA Division I-AA football                December 8. The championship will
play-offs, putting Thanksgiving din-           be contested December I5 at Johnson
ner plans on hold.                             Hagood Stadium in Charleston,
   Eastern Kentucky won the 1979               South Carolina.
and 1982championships and fimshed                                   s
                                                   Montana State’ first trip to the
second in I980 and I98 I before falling        play-offs was made possible, m part,
in last year’ first round. The Colonels
             s                                 by quarterback Kelly Bradley, who
return with a ball-control offense that        passed for 26 touchdowns. The sixth-
has averaged more than 200 yards               ranked Bobcats have averaged 440
 rushing a game.                               yards in total offense and 32 points
   Eastern Kentucky, ranked 10th in            while limiting opponents to less than
tde latest poll, automatically qualified       100 rushing yards a game.
                                                   Second-ranked Alcorn State also
                                               has a prolific offense and strong de-
                                               fense. The Braves ranked third in
                                               scoring and second m rushing and
                                               total defense through eight games.
                                                   No. I I I.ouisiana Tech ended its
                                               regular season with a defense that
                                               ranked No. 1 against the pass and
                                               fifth in scoring defense.                      Northwest Missouri State wick reccivcr Steve Hanslc~y
                                                   A three-way battle between No. 4
                                               New Hampshire, No. 5 Boston U.
                                               and No. 6 Rhode Island decided the
                                               Yankee Conference automatic quali-
                                                                                              Defending champion ranked No. I
                                               fier.                                              Revenge could play a role in the                                                                  in handing North Dakota State its
                                                   The Southern Conference berth              12th annual NCAA Division II Foot-                                                                    only loss last year, and he has rewritten
                                               also boiled down to three teams-               ball ChampionshIp.                                                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    his school’ passing records. As of
                                                last year’ runner-up Western Caro-
                                                           s                                      Nebraska-Omaha’ only blemish
                                                                                                                    s                                                                               November 3, Naran ranked second in
                                               lina. Citadel and Tennessee-Charta-            this season was a 41-23 setback at                                                                    passing efflclcncy and had passed for
                                               nooga.                                         North Dakota State. However, the                                                                       1,908 yards and 20 touchdowns.
                                                   Top ranked Tennessee State was             Mavericks may get another chance in                                                                       Central Ohio, tied for third with
                                               not selected for the championshtp              the play-offs. For the second conse-                                                                  Troy State in the latest poll, also has a
                                                because 14 players on the squad were          cutive year, Nebraska-Omaha and                                                                       score to settle with North Dakota
   Indiana    Stutek Jeff Miller                ruled ineligible. Mississippi Valley          No. l-ranked North ljakota State                                                                      State. The Marauders were blitzed,
                                                State, led by the passing combination         tied for the North Central Conference                                                                 41-21, by the Bison in last year’        s
lor the play-offs by rallying for I4                                                                                                                                                                Palm Bowl.
                                                of W illie Totten and Jerry Rice will                                      s
                                                                                              title. North Dakota State’ only loss
fourth-quarter points in a 48-3X vic-                                                                                                                                                                   Central Ohio survived a tough rche-
                                                play Louisiana Tech m the first round         this year was to league toe Mankato
tory over Morehead State to win its                                                                                                                                                                 dule and the loss of most of last year’  s
                                                and could have a rematch with Alcorn          state.
fourth consecutive Ohio Valley Con-                                                                                                                                                                 offensive line to make its return trip.
                                                State in the second round.                        I-irst-round games in the eight-
ference title.                                                                                                                                                                                      The Marauders feature a well-bal-
   Other automatic qualifiers Include               Pairings for the Division I&AA            team play-off begin November 24,
                                                Football Championship:                                                                                                                              anced team. Through nine games,
 Big Sky champion Montana State;                                                              followed by semifinals December I.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    quarterback James Woody has 1,430
Southland Conference winner Loui-                  Mississippi Valley State (9-l) at          The winners will meet December 8 in
                                                                                              the Palm Bowl at McAllen, Texas.                                                                       passing yards and I6 touchdowns.
siana Tech and Alcorn State, cham-             Louisiana Tech (7-4); winner will play
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Linebacker Herm Thomas leads a
pion of the Southwestern Athletic              Alcorn State (9-O).                             One team was selected from each of
                                                                                                                                                                                                    stubborn defense,and speclahstsJohn
Conference. Automatic berths also                  Middle Tennessee State (9-2) at             four regions. The rest of the field was
                                                                                               selected without geographical consi-                                                                 Gutton and Garland Watts ranked
were awarded to champions of the               Eastern Kentucky (8-3); winner will                                                                                                                  sixth in punt returns and kickoff
Southern and Yankee Conferences                play Indiana State (9-2).                       deration.
                                                                                                                                                  Central Ohio i Jumes Woo&                          returns, respectively, through games
and the top two independent teams,                 Boston U. (9-2) at Richmond (7-3);             The players that led North Dakota                                                                  of November 3.
as evaluated by the Division I-AA              winner will play Rhode Island (9-2).                               s
                                                                                               State to last year’ championship                    l‘
                                                                                                                                                   ‘ hrough nmc games, North Da-                        Pairings for the 1984 NCAA Divi-
 Football Committee. The rest of the               Arkansas State (7-3-l) at Tennes-           quarterback Jeff Bentrim and running             kota State ranked first m scoring                    sion II Football Championship.
 I2-team field was selected at large.          see-Chattanooga (6-4); winner will              back James Molstrr ~ again are mak-              offense (39.7 points), rushing offense                 Cahforma- Daws (9 I, at Nurlh DakoLa State
   The seventh annual championship             play Montana State (9-2).                       ing the Bisons’option offense excel.             (340. I yards) and total offense (453.6             (Y-I), November 24.
                                                                                                                                                yards). Bentrim led the division in                    Northwea M,\rour~ Statel IO- I)ar Nebraska-

Stanford favored to regain water polo title                                                                                                     scoring with a 0.3 per-game average,
                                                                                                                                                and Molstre was seventh with a 7.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Omaha (IO- I), November 24.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       C‘cnlral Ohio (Y-l) al Troy State (Y-l). Nom
     I,ast year was the first time since       California-Santa Barbara ( I5- IO) and (32-5-l) vs. UCLA (13-12-I).                              average.                                            vemhtr 24
 1973 that Stanford did not appear in          Fresno State( IS- IS- I) also are West-                                                                                                                 Towron State (X-3) at Nurfolk State , IO- I).
                                                                                            Semifinal pairings: Stanford-Navy                      Nebraska-Omaha         quarterback               Novcmbcr 24.
the NCAA Men’ Water Polo Cham-
                      s                        ern contenders.                         winner vs. California-Loyola winner,                     Randy Naran has completed nearly                       Semdinals arc December I al c>n-campus
pionship. The Cardinal will appear in             Although a California team is ex- and Southern Cal-Brown winner vs.                           60 percent of his attempts. Naran                   sites. C‘hamplunshlp tinal i\ Ijecernber 8 at the
this year’ championship and might              pectrd to win the tournament for the Pepperdine-UCLA winner.                                     guided the second-ranked Mavericks                  Palm bawl rn McAllw Texar
go all the way to the top.                     16th consecutive year. Eastern teams
     Stanford (23-4) was the nation’       s   might achieve some success. Brown
top-ranked team entering the final
weekend ot regular-season play and
har had success against its closest
                                               (31-5-I) and Navy (23-2) battled for
                                               the Eastern championship-- with
                                               Brown winning in overtime- and
                                                                                                                 Championships Summasies
challengers. Coach Dante Dettamanti            probably have their best teams ever.                                                                                                                 4-1s. 15-7, 15-Y. IS-X..lunlaladef GroveCIty.
has a young team, but it matured as            Loyola (Illinois) (16-12-I) again is              Division III Football                           Division                    s
                                                                                                                                                                    II M e n ’ Soccer               IO-IS. IS-h, 15-3. 15-S: Eastern Connecucut
                                                                                                                                                                             Haven 2. hrldgeport
the season progressed. Stanford is I5-                                                     First-round             Ilnwn
                                               the best team in the Midwest and Plymwth SlateresultsWashmgton and York) 26.
                                                                                                                                                  Kir\t-round   resulb:   New
                                                                                                                                                                                                    State def Mouot tlolyokc. IS-h. IS-S. IS-X.
  I since late September.                                                                                                                       I. Seattle Pacdic 1~ Oakland 0 ,o.t , penalty       MITdel. Easrern Connccticul. 15-9. 17-15. IS-
                                               returns the top scorer from the 19X3 22. Randolph-Macon 21. Augwlana (Ilhno~s,                                                   al
                                                                                                                                                kick): Cal State NwIhr!dge 4. (‘ State Hayward
      If Stanford wins the November 24-                                                                                                                                                             4. hrwklyn def Werlero Maryland, 13-15. 1 %
                                               championship, Dan O ’    Connell.        14, Dayton 13. Central (Iowa) 23.Occldental22.          3, I c,ck Haven 2. Gannon I).
                                                                                                                                                                                                    I I. IS- If). 15-9: North Cartllina-(irccn*b[,ro
 25 tournament at Long Beach. Cali-                Bucknell (l7-6), Richmond (23-6)
                                                                                           .%mfmal parrlngs Union (Y-l) at Augu,tana               Second-round    pairing,: Tampa f I6~S-O) v\.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    del. Brooklyn, 4-15. 16-14. 15-9. IS-IO: WI+
fornia, it will be its fifth water polo                                                                                          )-
                                                                                       , IO-O,: Washington and Jcffcrwn I’ I, at Cenm           New Haven (15-3-l). Seattle Pacific (17-5-I) VI
                                               and Slippery Rock (15-X) are other                                                                                                                   comin-Sjtcvcns Pomldef Occidental I2- IS, IS-
                                                                                       rral,lo~o).                                              tI;wi, & Flklnr (12-I-3): Cal St& NorthrIdge
 title, including hack-to-back cham-            Eastern contenders hut arc not ex-                                                              (17-2-2) vs Mlssouri&t. l.wus (13-I-2); Lock
                                                                                                                                                                                                    5. IS-IO. IS-X. LaVernedei. W~scons~n~Stevcn\
 pionships in IYXOand I98 I. The Car-                                                       Division I M e n ’ Soccer     s                     Haven (13-6-I) vs. t-londa International ,I Id-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Pow. 15-h. IS-1 I, 15-S. St. (‘    alherine def
                                                pected to earn tournament spots            First-round  results: HartwIck 3. Syracuse I:                                                            Wlsconsln~LaCrossr, 16-14.9-15.I5~13.15~7;
 dinal finished second in 1982.                against Western competitors.                                                                     3)                                                  Gustavus Adolphusdcf, St Carherme. IS-Y, l7-
                                                                                       Clcmwn 2. North Carolina State I: Amencan 2,
      A sixth title will not be easy,though,                                                                                                                                                        IS, Y-15. II-IS. 15-7: Elmhurst del Illmo~s
 with defending champion California               Stanford deleated California, 8-6, George Mason I; tvanrwlle 3. Akron 2 (0.1..
                                                                                       penalty kick): Penn Slate 5. Phdadelphia lcrlile
                                                                                                                                                 Division                     s
                                                                                                                                                                    III M e n ’ Soccer              Hcncdictlnc IS-II, 6-15. 15-13, 15-X: UC San
                                               in the 1980 fmal game. It could be a 0: UCLA 2. tronu State I. San f-rancirctr 2.                  Third-round    scurc~: Rochester Institute of     Dqo def Elmhurst 15-4, 15-6. 15-10. C&m
 (21-4-I) and 1984 runner-up South-                                                                                                             Icchnt>lngy 4. North Carolina-Greensboro I;
 ern California (27-6-l) among the             replay 01 Bay rivals in 1984.           Nevada-La Vega\ I ,o 1.).                                hrandels 4. Westfield State 2: Kean 2, Claremont-
                                                                                                                                                                                                    del. Alma, 15-Y. 15~10, 15-9. Calwn def Ohm
                                                                                           Second-round     pairings:    Columbia I I l-l-2)                                                        Northcm.7-I5,IS-ll.l5~l7~       15~12.16~14:Al-
 nation’ best teams. LJCLA (I 3- I2- I)            Following are the pairings for the                                                           Mudd-Scripps I. Wheaton 2, Washington I.            hany(Ncw Ywk)def Nazareth. IS-13. 1.5-X.9-
                                                                                       vs Hartwick ,144-I). Harvard, 1040) at (‘          on-                            Rochester tnsl~tute of
 is in contention as a fourth Pacific-IO        10X4N<‘            s
                                                          AA Men’ Water Polo Cham- nect~u, (14-X-I). Alabama A&M 116UU) vs.                       Semilinal  pairings:
                                                                                                                                                                                                     15, 15-S: Ithaca del. Albany IS-13. 15-5. IS-9
                                                                                                                                                Twhnology (IXU-I) vs. hrandels, 1740,: Kean
 Conference team.                               pionship:                              (‘lcm\on ( I X4-O): Virginia ( I8-2- I) vs. American
                                                  Stanford (23-4) vs. Navy (23-2). (1342): IndIana, 17-I-2) vs. Evanbvillc( 1744):                                                                     Second-round pa~ringa: Juwata (49-5) “1
      Western talent does not end with
 the Pacific-IO. Pepperdine (32-5-l)           Calitornia(214-1)~s. I.oyola(Illinois)   t’enn State (174-l) vs. kairlcigh Dlckroson-                       Division III                             Ml 1 (34-4,. North Carolma~Grcenaboro (34m
                                                                                       leaneck (17-2-3): UC‘ A fl7m2-2, VE San l-ran-                                                               3) v\ C’ alvln (29-7). C;u\tavu\ Adolph,,, (44-7,
  has been among the top flvc through-         (l6- I2- I), Southern California (27-6- c,>co (15-S-3). S,,uthcr,n Mcfh<,dl\L (II)-1-3, at                       s
                                                                                                                                                      W o m e n ’ Volleyball                                                 12):
                                                                                                                                                                                                    vs. lU(‘ San Dqo (2Om La Verne (2 I IO, vs.
 out the season. UC Irvine (l6- I I - I),       I) vs. Brown (31-5-l), Pepperdine S(. I.oui\ (104-3)                                                                                                Ithaca (43.7).
10          THE NCAA NEWS/November     19,1984

                Legislative                Assistance                                        s
                                                                                     Iceman’ younger brother keepshis cool
                                1984 Column      No. 29

                 Contact and evaluation subsequent to                                playing in the shadow of ABA ddout
                   signing National Letter of Intent
   Under the provisions of Bylaw I-2-(a)-( I)-(ii), subsequent to the occasion of
                                                                                     By Steven M. Carr
                                                                                     The NCAA News Stall                                     r*-                      !I.
the National Letter of Intent signing, there shall be no limit on in-person, off-         Derrick Mervin is moving out of
campus contacts with the prospect, the prospect’ relatives or legal guardian by      the shadow 01 his brother                  a Na-
the institution with which the prospect has signed. This being the case, the         tional Basketball Association star--
institution with which the prospect has signed is not required to follow the         into his own spotlight.
contact and evaluation calendar as set forth in Bylaws I-2-(a)-(4), (5). (6) and         The younger Mervin, a junior for-
Bylaw l-3 for that prospect. However, because the athlete is still considered a      ward at Texas-San Antonio, has been
prospective student-athlete until enrolled at the institution, all contact in        measured against George winner
person with the prospect or the prospect’ relatives or legal guardian shall be       of four NBA scoring titles ~~since
made by those institutional staff members who are allowed to recruit and scout       first picking up a basketball. Now
off-campus, and in-person, off-campus contact by representatives of an               they play in the same city. Gcorgc is
institution’ athletics interests is prohibited.                                      with the San Antonio Spurs.
   Please note that Bylaw I-2-(a)-( I)-(ii) does not permit contacts with or             “They compare mc to him, but you
evaluation of the prospect in situations (e.g., high school games, awards            have to expect that because of the
banquets) where it would not be permissible to contact or evaluate other                            s
                                                                                     name he’ made in basketball,” said
prospective student-athletes because the event occurs outside the permissible                            m
                                                                                     Derrick, 2 I “I’ just trying to estab-
recruiting periods set forth by Bylaws 1-2-(a) and l-3.                              lish something for myself. I can’ live       t
                        Player-agent        registration                             off George. I have to do what I can.”
   Pursuant to the player-agent registration program initiated by the NCAA                                         s
                                                                                          Last season, Gervin’ 23.2 points a
Special Committee on Player Agents, a list of registered player agents is being                                         s
                                                                                     game made him the nation’ 14th Iead-
distributed to directors of athletics at all active member institutions and to all   ing scorer and the Roadrunners a
conference chief executive officers. By signing a registration form, a player        winner (20-X) in just their fourth year
agent agrees not to jeopardize the remaining eligibility of a student-athlete        01 competition.
under the NCAA legislation and also to notify the directors of athletics before          “He has made a real effort to be his
contacting enrolled student-athletes.                                                own player, his own person, and de-
   Under the provisions of Constitution 3-I-(h)-(4), counseling panels may be        vclop his own game,” said Don Eddy,
established to assist in providing student-athletes with reliable information        Texas-San Antonio head coach. *Dur-
concerning professional athletics career opportunities and also to assist            ing his freshman and sophomore
student-athletes in the selection of competent rcprcsentation. Student-athletes      years, he made more improvements
are being urged to cooperate only with player agents who have registered as                                 ve
                                                                                     than any player I’ ever coached.”
part of the NCAA program.                                                                 Derrick learned his fundamentals
   Educational and professional background information has been provided to          from George, who is I I years older.
the national office by the registered player agents and is available from the        Hc added the defcnslvc side of the
national office. Institutions wishing to obtain such information or to establish     game at Texas-San Antonio.
counseling panels should contact John H. Lcavcns, director of legislative                “Ever since I can remernber, when
services, at the NCAA national offlcc.                                               Gorge wah incollege(Eastcrn Michi-
                                                                                     gan), WC would go to the games and
                Printed recruiting        aids ~ Case No. 182                        watch him,” Dcrrlck said. “I didn’                t
    As Indicated m revised Case No. I82 (published October 29, 1984, in the          really understand thr game. hut it was
Interpretations column of The NCAA News). the gift of any tangible recruiting        fun to watch. As I got oldrr, hr
aid other than those specified in C‘ No. IX2 would be considered an                  showed me parts of the garne oflen-
improper inducement prohibited under the provisions of Bylaw I-l-(b)-(l) and         ,1vcly.
could affect the prospective student&athlete’ eligibility under the provisions of                                        t
                                                                                         “In high school, I didn’ play too
Bylaws 5-I-(i) and 5-6-(e). A “tangihle”recruiting aid would be any item having      much defense When I got down hrrr
a value in and of itself. For example, the provision of other printed materials      with coach tddy, it was mandatory to
(such as calendars, books, pictures or posters), or material items bearing the       play dcfcnsc.
institution’ insignia (such as mugs, pencil holders or key chains). to prospect<.           ve
                                                                                         “I’ always been 11gamhlci; the
or to high school or junior college coaches would be prohibited. This                kind of player who likes to deal,”
legislation also would preclude the provision of subscriptions to newspapers,        Derrick said. “Here, thcrc’ a more    s
magazines or other publications to prospects or high school or junior college        organi7cd type ot game. They want
coaches.                                                                             you to play honest and use switching
    It is permissible for an institution to write to a prospective student-athlete                                 ve
                                                                                     defenses, and I think I’ come a long
and to send holiday greetings that are of a normal sire and style. Greeting cards    way”
that are oversired. that play the institution’ fight song when opened or that             A freewheeler in high school, Der-
unfold into posters are examples of the type that would he prohibited. Further,      rick adjustrd his game because of
the Administrative Committee has askrd the Recruiting Committee to                   deleme tddy helped him adjust his
consider whether the mailing of news clippings to prospects should he                thinking.
restricted.                                                                              “He has the great brother as a
    A number of institutions have inquired regarding the distribution of             player and a lot of innate qualities,”
 recruiting aids that had been produced or ordered prior to the publication of                                t
                                                                                     Eddy said. “It wasn’ clear to him how
the clarifying interpretation. In this regard, Case No IX2 prohibits the             to apply those qualities into pl~oduc-
distribution of prohibited items to the prospect and his or her family and thr                                   t
                                                                                     tivcncsy. Thcrc aren’ many people
 high school in any manner (r.g . through the coach. principal, guidance                                   s
                                                                                     who have Ijerrick’ kind of problem
counselor or other party). It is suggested that posters that wcrc mtcndcd for        A big sister-big brother problem is
 prospects may bc provided to mcmbcrs of the institutmn’ booster club, sold          common, but ;I IltTIc brother-big                       ship rrsponsibilitlcs.                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                             “He’ alway< been a hard worker, but
 at contests or used as promotional items at games. It should he stressed that the   hrothcr rltuauon IS magnlflcd tre-                         “My ftrst two yrars, I laid hack.            he says no matter how much talent
 Council took the action to clarify Case No. IX2 in response to numerous             mendously when that brother is a                        Now. there’ added prcsburc on mc,
                                                                                                                                                           s                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                             you have, it’ not enough. You hsvr
 member institutions expressing their concern regarding the rapidly escalating       sport5    figure.                                       hut it makes rnc do things hcttcr than          to play the game and do what you’    re
                                                                                         “One of the things he has learned to                I did in the pasr bcC;~ure I have to set        asked hy the coaches and g~vc 100
                                                                                     du, and WC have worked with him, is                     an cxamplc,” Gcrvin said. “I know I             percent You have to do your best.”
                                                                                     to understand he is dil’         lc~~cnt You                                                               Comparisons abldc, IIct rick is
      College football audience                                                      havr thr same narnc. but you are a
                                                                                     different human being. You have \ormc
                                                                                                                                             have to go out and play, and I can’
                                                                                                                                             WOI 1ry about    what  othcr~   pcoplc cx-
                                                                                                                                             pcct I have to play top to my capahili-
                                                                                                                                                                                             aware of at Icast one difference hr-
                                                                                                                                                                                             twccn hm~sclf and’   (;rorgr.
       on TV shows no gains                                                          ofrhc *lame attributch, but you arc dif-
                                                                                     fcrcnt. One thing WC arc rrymg lo
                                                                                                                                             ties, and that’ pICS?,LJI'C I pU1 011 my-
                                                                                                                                                             s                                  “I need to work on my attitude
                                                                                                                                                                                              my tcrnpcr -every now and then.”
         As the college football season approaches IIS conclusion, the prohfcra-     prornotc 1.4that hc I\ 21 cornplctc                        “l)e~rlcli IS Dcrrlck and what it                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                             hc <aId. “It’ something I have to
     lion   in collrgr  trlrcasls apparently has not cnlargcd the telcv~s~on         player, and he’ made great 5rrldcc 111
                                                                                                         s                                   coma down to 15 I’ my ~~wti man
                                                                                                                                                                    m                        Icarn to deal with. My hlothct’ cool
     virwing audience for the college game.                                          that rcyard.”                                           George and I have OCII~       sepal~atr job5    at all timcs(hic nichnanir is’       )
         Some trlrvision industry observers had predlctcd that although A. C‘    .       (;crvln built his 23-point avcragc                  to do.”                                                t
                                                                                                                                                                                             I don’ think I have :I bad tcmpcr, but
     Nielsen ratings of particular national and rcglonal programs would bc           OII only    Ih lIeId-goal attcmpls      ;I p;,mc.          Rcgardlcss of their rrsprctivc roles,        every now and then I get cxcrtcd. It’  s
     down from pl~rvious years, the total tclcv~amn audicncc would he sub-           tddy said. adding additional pointy                     there remains ;I treniendou~ :unount            something I have to lcarn to handle.”
     stantially larger because of the great many national. rcglonal and local        at the free-throw line.                                 ot brorhcrly support.                              With cvcrythirig clsc he is learning
     telecasts. In the top 30 trlevislon markets, during a l2-hour period on                      \
                                                                                         “‘I hat‘ productivcnchs,* lhc coach                    “lfc (George) cornch to my games             to handle, his tcmpcr should he easy
     Saturdays, it has hrcn common for as many as six to eight game5 to he           sad.     “One thing he had lo Icarn as a                                s
                                                                                                                                             whenever he’ in town,” Derrick said             to ovcrcomc.
      released via over-the-air or cahlr transmissions                               Itcshman IS Ihat productlvcncs\ Isn’                t
         Prchrninary figures compiled by NCAA researchers, for example,
     Indlcatc that for the first I@wcck tclcca>tlng pcrlod, ABC and
                                                                                     a result 01 putting the hall up cvcry
                                                                                     rime. Productiveness is a result 01’
                                                                                                                                             Promotion                             tapes available
     CBS combined have hrrn reaching an average weekly audience of I I 7             making thr tram play to its maximum                        NCAA Productions will make its               mb, and NCAA special services.
     million homes compared to an average of 15.9 million homes in 19X3. In          cffcctlvencas bo the opposirlon has to                  promotional messages available to                  These N<‘   AA messages are de-
     comparing the major Saturday night cable offerings, thcrc has been ;I           honol~ everybody. When the oppor-                       institutmns rntcrc>tcd III usmg the             signed to rmphasile the positive cf-
     slight increase in 19X4 vlcwcrship. Through the first 10 weeks In 1983, a       tunity does come up, you have a high                    public-service announcements during             fccts and mflucnccs of intcrcolleglate
     weekly avcragc of I .2 million subscribers watched Turner Broadcasting          chance of bring effective bccausc you                   their basketball or other athletics             athletics and encourage virwrrs to get
     System, Inc. (TBS), while for the comparable period in 19X4. ESI’ s     N’             t
                                                                                     don’ have four pcoplc around you.                       tclccasts.                                      involved in healthy activities such as
     Saturday night programming has averaged I .4 million viewers.                       “Hc went from I3 points a game as                      Thcsc 30- and 60-second rncssages            sports and higher educarion.
         While the viewing of the major packages is not particularly cncourag-       a freshman to 23 as a sophomore and                     will bt olfercd as a package on 3/4-               Processing and delivery of the pro-
     ing, the undetermined factor is the viewing support for the various             probably played eight minutes more                      inch videotape and will bc free as part         motional serirx will dcpcnd on the
     conference regional packages and the FSPN early altcrnoon offerings.            a game and shot less. But he still has                              AA
                                                                                                                                             ofthe NC‘ special-efforts program.              number pf requests received. Institu-
     The NCAA has taken steps to acquire this information for those time             a long way to go.”                                              for
                                                                                                                                             TOPICS the 19X5promotional series               tions interested m ordering the NCAA
     periods for which data may he available, and a season-end analysis of                Derrick added to some of the self-                                      s
                                                                                                                                             will include women’ athletics and               promotional series should contact
     the 19X4 season will he published in the News.                                  imposed pressure of being George’                  s    championships,drugeducation, high-              Cathy K. Bennett at the national
                                                                                     brother this season by assuming leader-                 er education, I985 College World Se-            office before January I, IYX5.
                                                                                                                                                                                   THE NCAA NEWS/November 19.1984                        11

M izlou gets three-year                               NIT pact                            In addition to those changes hsted
                                                                                                                                    women’ basketball
                                                                                                                                    tion to five spaces on either side of the              defensive position against a player
  Mizlou Television Network will broadcast the National Invitation Tourna-             in the November I2 issue of The              foul lane, players also may line up                    without the ball, time and distance
ment for the next three years.                                                         NCAA News, the National Associa-             around the circle (a player is consi-                  are the two key factors with which the
  Mizlou, which previously held television rights to the NIT from 1977 to              tion for Girls and Women in Sport            dered to he on the circle when she is                  defending player must comply. A
1979, will produce and nationally syndicate the championship final with                (NAGWS) has cited other clarifica-           within three feet of the circle).                      player may not move into the path of
accompanying coverage by a national cable system, according to network                 tions and interpretations in 19X4-85             In these instances, players along                  an opponent without the ball unless
president William Schwing.                                                                      s
                                                                                       women’ basketball rules.                     the lane or on the circle will be “fro-                the offensive player has been given
  The semifinals will be carried only by the national cable system and early-             Under rules for 1984-85, all fouls        zen” m position until the ball touches                 sufficient time and distance in which
round games will be carried by local stations on a regional basis.                     charged to bench personnel also will         the rim on a free throw. It also is                    to stop and change direction. The
  The 48-year-old NIT is the nation’ oldest postseason basketball tournament.          result in the assessment of a technical      permissible for a player occupying                     allowable distance never shall exceed
                                                                                       foul to thr head coach. The penalty          the fifth lane space to extend her feet                two steps, regardless of how fast the
MEAC games to be telecast live                                                         will be a free throw plus the ball for a     beyond the free-throw line extended,                   player without the ball is moving.
  The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) ~111have its basketball                   throw-in. Included under the term            since this space is less than three feet.                 The legal position for defending a
games televised by the Satellite Programming Network (SPN). All games will             “bench personnel” are substitutes,              The definition of establishing def-                 player with or without the ball IS
be carried live, according to Bob Drakeford, president of the All College              managers, trainers and assistant             rnsive position, relative to the poten-                identical: two feet on the floor facing
Sports Group.                                                                          coaches. In all cases, the foul should       tial call of a block-charge foul, also                 the opponent. The guard defending
  Previously, it was incorrectly reported that MEAC games would be broad-              be charged because of uncomplimen-           was clarified. A player is considered                  the player without the ball may shift
cast on a delayed basis by ESPN.                                                       tary remarks addressed to an official.       to be in the guarding position if she                  or move in order to stay in the path of
  The MEAC coverage will be the first for the l4-year-old conference, and the             Clarifications relative to Rule I3        meets the lollowing criteria:                          the player who does not have the ball.
games will be televised on 400 cable systems.                                          (free throw) also were made. In addi-             I She has too fret on the floor, and              She may not, however, cause contact
                                                                                                                                        2. She initially is established a dc-              with outstretched arms, elbows or
Southern              Conference                   has TV pact                         Meet certification                           fensivr position on the player with the                legs.
                                                                                                                                    ball.                                                     Finally, a correctlon was made in
   Sports Communications, Inc., will produce I7 Southern Conference basket-
ball games to a regional audlcnce bcgmning January 12.
                                                                                       emphasized by                                    It also was noted that a defensive                 the note that appears on page 54 01
                                                                                                                                    player may jump straight up and still                  the 19X4-85 NAGWS basketball rules
   The schedule includes IO regular-season games and all seven Southern Con-
fercnce postseason tournament contests; all nine conference members will be
                                                                                       NCAA committee                               be in a legal defensive position so long               book. The sentence should read
                                                                                           The NCAA Extra Events Commit-            as the defensive player initially estah-               “Note: For repeated violations of I
mvolved in the telecasts.                                                                                                           lishes a legal defensive position.                     andj, a technical foul shall be assessed
                                                                                       tee reminds directors of athletics at
   Dan Shoemaker, Sports Communications president, said seven stations in                                                               Kegardmg the estabhshment of a                     for delay of game.”
                                                                                       member institutions that participation
five states have agreed to take all or part of the package.
                                                                                       in noncollegiate competition in gym-
   Negotiations are under way with USA Network to carry the tournament
championship game.
                                                                                       nastics and track and ticId mubt occur
                                                                                       in meets certified by the committee.
                                                                                                                                    Details of cham D ionshiw
CBS offers Musberger                                 a package                             Kestrictions that apply to outside
                                                                                       domestic competition during the calL         completed for iidoor tcack
  CBS   reportedly has offered Brent Musberger the top play-by-play spot on            endar year arc mcludcd in Bylaw 2-4.            The number of events, si7c 01 fields                through the 1,500 meters and eight
college basketball if he renews his contract with the network.                                                              s
                                                                                       The regulation applies to all men’ pro-      and qualifying standards for thr Divi-                 per cvcnt for the 3,000 and all field
   Musbcrger will decide before the expiration of his current contract on              grams and to those institutions that         sions II and III Men’ and Women’
                                                                                                                                                            s               s              evcntb.
December 31 whether to stay with CBS or accept offers from ABC and NBC,                have adopted NCAA rules for their            Indoor Track Championships have                           The numbcl      of participants pei
according to USA Today. Musberger has met with ABC officials.                                     s
                                                                                       women’ programs.                             been approved by the N<‘    AA Admin-                  event tar hoth Division 111men and
   USA Today reported that ABC’ offer includes a slot on Monday Night
                                    s                                                      It IS the responsibility of coaches to   istrative Committee. The IIivision I I                 women is I2
Football, host of the 1985 World Series and a ma.jor host role for the 198X            bc aware of this legislation and to          common-site meet will he held March
Winter Olympics.                                                 .                     cheek In advance with meet manage-                                                                     Bccausc 01 the limits on the number
                                                                                                                                     I& I7 at North Dakota State Unlvrr-
                                                                                       ment to ensure that an cvcnt has                                                                    of participants, the appropriate sports
                                                                                                                                    sity. and the Division III men’ and5
Big East, ESPN reach agreement                                                         received NCAA certification. Stu-                      s
                                                                                                                                    women’ event will he held March X-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              will make final ad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       for rach cvcn~ prior to the
  ESPN   will televise hve I7 regular-season Big East Confcrcncc games in              dent-athletes could lost thclr cllglhil-     9 at Bates College.
                                                                                       ity by participating in noncertified                                                                championships.     This means that athm
19X4-X5and IX in 1985-86, as well as the 1985 championship game.                                                                        Acting for the NCAA Fxecutivc                      letes who met the qualifying   standard
  The semifinals of the 1985 conference tournament will be tape-delayed.               outside compctltion.                         Committee, the Admmistrativr Com-
                                                                                           New certifications appear pcriodi-                                                              might    not make the final selection.
                                                                                                                                    mittee approved I3 events. including                   The subcommittee\ will limit the field
Legislative                                                                                         l‘
                                                                                       tally in ‘ hc NCAA News. Thebe
                                                                                       meets must bc sanctioned by the
                                                                                       NCAA Extra Events Committee, not
                                                                                                                                    a six-team relay, and I34 total paruct-
                                                                                                                                    pant\ for the Divlslon II men’ meet
                                                                                                                                                                                           for each event to the hest perfor-
                                                                                                                                                                                           mances of those who have met the
Continuedfrom pg:’ 10                                                                                                               and I I cvcnts, Including a six-team
                                                                                       merely by a national govcrnmg body                                                                  standard.
costs required to be compctltlve in the recruitment process through the                                                             [clay, and I 14 participants for the DiL
                                                                                       in the sport                                 vision I I women’ championships.
                                                                                                                                                       s                                      Qualitying mark5 must be made
provision of printed recruiting aids, which were determined to be improper                 Meets that do not involve a large                                                               during the season m indoor competi-
inducements.                                                                                                                           The number ot events for the DiviL
                                                                                       number of competitors and arc local in       sion Ill men’ and women’ meets arc
                                                                                                                                                  s               >                        tlon and no later than the Sunday
    Complimentary            tickets ~ Constitution             3-1-(g)-(3)            nature may not rcqulre committee ccr-        the hame; but the number of partici-                   prior  to the meet. Fully automatic
   As set forth in Constitution 3-1-(g)-(3), four complimentary tickets per            tltlcatlon, if they arc classified as        pant5 arc I84 men and 160 women,                       times or manual times may he used in
contest may be awarded to a student-athlete in sports In which the student-             “nonincome.” Nonincomc status may           lncludlng IO-tram relays for both the                  all running cvcnts in Division III and
athlete is a participant, except as may be provided in Constitution 3-I-(h)-(6)        be declared based on scvrral factors,        men’ and women’ mcct~.
                                                                                                                                           s             5                                 in all running events in Division II,
and the bylaws. Complimentary tickets may not be provided directly to the              including the purpose of the event, the         ‘ he numhcr of partlc!pants by
                                                                                                                                        I                                                  with four exceptions. Manual times
student-athlete; rather, they shall be dlstrlbuted only to persons designated by       entry fee or admission charge and the        cvcnl for IIivision II men ih I I forthc               may not bc used to qualify in Division
the student-athlete and who have identified themselves and slgncd a receipt            overall financial operation.                 S5-mctcr dash and hurdles, IO pet                      II for the 60 yards, 55 meters, 60-yard
therefor. A student&athlete may not receive any payment, directly or indirectly,           Coaches should cheek with the            cvrnt lor the 400 mctcrb through the                   hurdles and 55-mctcr hurdles.
from any source for the complimentary tickets and may not exchange them for             NCAA legislative SCNICC!,      dcpartmcnt   5,000 metrrh, and tight per cvcnt lor                     Qualifying standards in oval events
any item of value. This legislation also precludrs any individual (e.g., the            to determine whcthcr the competition        all field events. Dlvl>lon II women are                may not he met on banked tracks of
student-athletes’ parents, other relatives or friends) from receiving payment           has been classltlcd as nonincome.           limited to IO 111   each running event                 more than 220 yards or 200 meters.
from any source !or the complimentary tickets or exchanging them for any                prior to allowmg a student-athlete to
item of value.                                                                          participate.                                                Division         I1                                 Division          III
                                                                                                                                                        Men’ standards                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Men’    standards

                              vs. Y ale zs oneJOV book
                                                                                                                                    Event                                     MT           Event                          FAT       MT

fiarvard                                                                                                                            55 rrwtcrr
                                                                                                                                    hOyard\        ..__
                                                                                                                                    55-meter hurdle\
                                                                                                                                                                     6 35

                                                                                                                                                                                           55 mctcI\ __.
                                                                                                                                                                                           60 y.ird\
                                                                                                                                                                                           SS-meted Ihurdls\
                                                                                                                                                                                                             _.           KS4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          6 54
By Dean Golembcski                          general friends, my academic acquain-      University Press and released this           hll-yard hurdler                 7 45              I   60.yxd h,rrdlc\                7 x4        7 .5
    Evening shadows slowly enveloped        tanccs, think I must be slightly insane.   month.                                       400 mete, s                     49.05      4x.x        400 me,c,\                    49.14       49 5
Thomas G Brrgin as he sat slouched          Why would I waste two years of my             “Up until about 1910, the Yale-           440 yard\                       4v.35      4Y I        440 yald\                     so.04       49.X
                                                                                                                                    x00 meter\                    I 5405     I 54.7        x00 me,cr\                  I.53 74    I 53 5
in a worn chair and chuckled at the         life writing about Yale football? They      Harvard football game was a national                                                 IS54          XX0 yard\                   1.54.44    I 54.2
                                                                                                                                    XX0 wds                       I 55 65
thought that some peers perceive him              t
                                            don’ understand it. But prolession-        institution. So, I thought a lot of           1.500 rncterr               35175       3.53 5        I .500 mclcn               3 54 24      1 54 0
to he a hit foolish.                                                 t
                                            ally, you see. I don’ need it. I’       m  people would be interested; and              Mk                           4.12 25     4.l20         Mole                       4.12.94     4.12 7
                                            retired     so why not have fun?”          whether or not they are, it is a unique      ~.lNJO  rnctcrr             I4 35 05    I4 14x         5.000 mc,cr\              I4 45 24    I4 45.0
    “There IS kind of an trresponsiblr                                                                                               1 htcc lllllC\             13.59.25    I3.50 IJ       Three mole,               l4:14 24    14.14 0
fun writing ahout a sport. You don’     t       BergIn said the hook was inspired      rivalry. It is a very natural and cxaltcd     I,hOlJbmclcr r&y            3.16 25      1 IhlJ       I.hoO-mctcr relay          321 24      3 21.0
have the same feeling that you’ got
                                  ve         by “hero worship.” Born and ralscd in     kind of rivalry.”                             Mllc I&I\           _.       1.17 45     1.17.2       Mile relay                 3.22 44     3.22 2
to bc worthy ot an intellectual au-          New Haven, Connecticut, and Yale-                                                       Hqh ,ump                    h-10 %                    High ,ump                       6-X
                                                                                          Although it took two year> to write                                                              Pole VdUll                 14-Y ti
                                                                                                                                     I’ V.,UIl
                                                                                                                                       OIC                        IS-6 1%
dience,” says the retired Yale Ilnivrr-      educated, he said his devotion to COIL the book, Brrgin had prcparcd for the                                            23-V                  Long ,““I,’                    22-x
                                                                                                                                     I.on(l ,ump
sity professor of romance languages          lcgc tootball, and particularly that      effort since witnessing his first Yalr-        I nplc ,ump                4x4 %                      1nple ,ump                    46-O
who has written a book on the Harm           played at Yale, came naturally.            Harvard football game in 1920. He            Shot put _.                     51-l                  Shot put                       52-o
vard-Yale football rivalry.                                                            was a high school senior at the time          35mpuund waghr                  52-o                  15mpound WV$I                  50-O
                                                “I learned very early to worship the                                                                     r
                                                                                                                                                    Women’     \tandarda
    Petrarch and Dante have been the        demigods who would go forth to bat-        and got an “end-zone view” of the             Event                           FAT       MT                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Women’     standards
subject 01 many of the nearly two            tle. I would have loved to play, if I had game while working as an usher.               SC mc,cr\                      7 IS          *        Event                         FAI        MT
                                                                                                                                     I,0 vardr                      7 IS          L        55 melcrb                     7.34         7.0
dozen scholarly books Bergin has             been bigger, stronger and braver. I no        He continued to follow Yale foot&                                                      *
                                                                                                                                     55mmeter hurdle\               X.2II                  60 yards                      1 34         70
written since 1948, and now Walter                                     m
                                             longer worship them; I’ too old for       ball even while holding teaching jobs                                        x 20          *        5S-mclcr hurdle,               x x4        x5
                                                                                                                                     6Omyard huldlea
Camp, Frank Hinkey and John Yovic-           that. But I can still admire them,“said   for IX yrars at colleges in Cleveland         4w mctcr,                     5x.45       5x.2        6Obyard hu,dlc\                X.84        X.5
sin come to life in his latest work, en-     Bergin, whose 80th birthday came on       and New York state.                           440 Yard\      .              5x 75       5X.5        400 meters.                  59.44       59.2
titled “The Game.”                           the same day as this year’ Harvard-
                                                                         s                                                           x00 meter\.                 2.lh.SS     2.16.3        440 yards                    sv.x4       SY.6
                                                                                          Of all the Harvard-Yale games,             XX0 yards                   2 1755      2 I73         Xoi) mc1crs.               2.1x x4     2 IX6
    The book fully details the classic        Yale game.                                        s
                                                                                       Bergin’ favorite was the 1923 game             I.500 mctcn                4:40.05     4.39.X        X80 yard,                  2: 19.64    2: 19.4
 rivalry from the schools’ first game in                       s
                                                “In a way, it’ an elitist book, a      at Soldiers Field at Harvard. The Elis         Mile                       S.lJO05     4 so x        I .5w meter,               4.44.54     4.44.3
 1875 to the 100th game played last          snobbish book, if you will. It’ Yale
                                                                               s       beat Harvard, 13-0, in a driving rain-        3.OiJOmctcr,                9146.25     9:46.0        Mde                        5:07 I4     5:06.9
                                                                                                                                     Two miles                  10.2x.25    IO.2X.O        3,000 meters              IO. 19.74   IO. 19.5
year. The two teams met for the IOlst        and Harvard. But actually for at least    storm to complete an 8-O record. He                                                                 Two mile .                II+024      11flO0
                                                                                                                                      I .600-meter relay         3.56 OS     3:55.x
time last Saturday.                          50 years, Yale and Harvard taught         also recalled the 1921 game when un-           Mile relay                 3:57.25     x57.0         I&OCmerer relay            4:03.24     403.0
    “My intimates, they understand be-       football to the country, so it’ nots      derdog Harvard won, 10-3, to give              High jump                   5-6 %                    Mile relay                 404 44      4042
                                                                                       Yale its only loss of the season.              Long Jump                    l&&IO                   High Jump                       5-6
 cause they’ known me for years and
             ve                              limited to Yale and Harvard,” Bergin                                                                                                          Long Jump                      17-Y
                                                                                                                                      Triple jump                   3&O
 they know I’ been insane in the
                ve                                              s
                                             said of the book’ potential appeal.          This article was written jar the            Shot put           _.       43-G”                    Trkple JUTI~                  35-6
 matter of football,” he said. “But my           The book was published by Yale Associated Press.                                    *Manual     times may not be used                     Shot put                      41-o
12        THE NCAA NEWS/November 19,1984

                              Schedule of meetings during 79th Convention
       Following arc the scheduled meetings al lhc 79th annual NCAA Convention in                          3pmdpm                     B,g Sky Confcrrncc                                          Hcrmttage      530pm-73Opm        WOG”     Alhletlc conlercncc                    Mcadc
     Nashville. Tennessee The 19&S Convention wll be held January 14-16 al the                             3 p.m.-6 p.m.              Gulf S1srconfermce                                         Danrl,on B      s.10 p.m.-Bp.m.    RI8 South conrcrcncc                                     Chcrokcc A
                                                                                                           3p.m-@JOpm                 ln~erasrocmr~onal Prudcmr      Comrmtlee on               W.C. Handy       5.JlJ pm -930, m   HI&h Cuuntry Arhleuc Conlercncc                             Jackson
     Opryland     Hotel, wrh additional         meetmgs being held January        I l-18
                                                                                                                                         Calk~,r~e Athletu                                                       6pm-7pm            NCAA Council                                             Memplu, A
        In addition     to the NCAA.         National  Association      of Academic      Advrsers for                                 Arroc,a,,on of Mtd-Contment unwcr,,t,o                       JF+&0”        6 p.m.~U p.m.      Southland Conference                                   Sam Houran
                                                                                                           1.30 p.m.-J 30 pm
     Alhlctio(NAAAA).           Nattonal     Football Foundaclon      and Hall of Fame (NFFHF).            4pIll-6pCll                B,g Etght Conference                                   Cumbcrland B        6.10 p.mGl p.m     Councd of Collepaale Women Arhlcuc                         K”OX”lll~
     and Nauonal         Operating       Committee    on Standards        for Athletic    Eyuipmenl        4pmbpm                     National Au~~mrton ol Division I Football                   sevw A                              Adrmnirwalon   Reccpl~on
     (NOCSAE)        meetings      listed. other affhared    organizations      will hc mee1o1.g In                                      Independents                                                            7 p m.-IO p m      M,dwestcro C,ly Confcrtncc                                 HCrmllap
     Nashville.                                                                                            *1O,m-6prn                 Mewopolitnn lntercollrg~atc Br,kclball                     Sam Davn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Tuesday,   January    15
        The Amcrlcan       Football      Coaches Association     V/III meet 81 the Opryland      Hotel                                   AlSOCl~tlO”
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Shdoh    Time               BVCSl                                                          Room
     January 7-12, the American BasebAll Coaches Association will meet al the                              5 p.m.-5333 p m            NCAA Voting Committee
                                                                                                                                                                                           Jefls-so”/       6’3orm4rm          B,p Ten Conlercncc Breakfast                             COMllOdO,C
                                                                                                           630 p.m.4 pm.              NCAA Drlcptn        Reception
     Opryland   January   3-6 and the College Athletic  Business Manager5 Assoclanon                                                                                                                             &30am-xam          Grtst Laker lntercollegu~c Athletic Conference              Johnson
                                                                                                           8 p Ill-9 p m.             NCAA Normm,np Cormm~lee                                      Herm~lape
     will meet al lhe Hyrll   Regency Howl January     13-16.                                                                                                                                    Ap,sl‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                      tch,an                           Breakfast
                                                                                                           w p.m.-lo p l-0            Central Coller~ute Hockey A~rocmuon Dmncr
         Followmp is the schedule of meetings for the 79th annual Convenuon:                                                                                                                                     6.JO r.m.4   a.m   Gulf South Conference Wrcakfart                             Cherokee
                                                                                                           Wpm-l”pm                   ME,,o Allanuc Athlet,c Confermcc Dinner                           Shdoh
                                         Sundav.                                                                                                                                                                                    Ivy croup Rreskfiw                                           Scv~cr A
                                                     - 13
                                             I. Januarv                                                    m 0.m -10 0.m               Mid-Emtern Athlcuc Confcrcnce                          Cumterlsnd R        h
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ?‘ = m -x ’ m
     Tlmr                     L*mt                                                               Roml      ho p.m.-io p.m.            NCAA D&ion                 s
                                                                                                                                                        Ill Men‘ Burkctbsll Commmcc          Commodore A
     1, m -NO””               NCAA Councd                                                 Memph,, A                   30
                                                                                                           &JO p m -IO’ p m           Collcpc fGst0n C’    ommissioners Arroc~auon            Commodore B        6 30 a.m.-8 a.m.   Pad,c-IO Confcrcncz Brcrkfrst                             Knoxvtlk W
     K r.m -Noon              NCAA Portrenron Football Comrmttcc                          Vol”nlcer A                                    Dinner                                                                  6.30 a.m.-8 a.m.   Sourhcrn C0nfcrence Breakful                                 Sevicr Li
     M a.m.-Noon                              b
                              NCAA Womcn’ Cormm~~ce on Commlttcc~                             Johnson                                                                                                            ~MPm-Xam           Southland Conference Breakfast                          Sam Houston
                                                                                                           8 30   p.m.-II p.m.         Western Collepwte Hockey Awxidon        and Hoc-          Knurv~lle B
     Xrm-5pm                  Mctrapohlsn Collcgiute Athletic Conferencr                Nnwhe, Trace                                     key tul Dmner
     .Y a.m.-J pm.            NDCSAE                                                          BCllOO”t
     8 am-9 p.m.              NCAA PR)) Hcrdquaner,                                      Ccmcnmal A
     9am-1Oam                 NAAAA Generul Session                                       W.C. Handy       Tblle
     9r.m..Noon               College Football Arra~,t,on  Board of Dwe~wrr               C‘heekwood       6 a.“, -K .I m
     Pn.m.-Noon               NFFHF Honor, Court                                                   Polk                                  Hreakf;lrt        -                                                                                                                                    Volunreer
     9 am -2.30 p m           Nruonrl Co,leg,a,c Golf Cowhe< A,roc,at,on                      Sever A      6.JO a.m.-n a.m.           Biy Eight Confercncc Brcakfru                          Cwnbcrland B                                                                                     Pmidenli~l
                                Inrtrucllonal Scrr,on                                                      6:JO a m 4 ” m             Y,g Sky Conlerence Breakfast                           Cumherland A                                                                                        Rdlroonl
     Pam-J,rn                                                                          Cumbcrlrnd R        630 a m-8 a.m.             Central lntcrcollepiate Athlcuc A,,oc~sl~an                      Polk                                                                           Prcr,denl,ul I nhby
     9am-6pm                                                                       Prwdenwl      Lobby                                   Brc.kfi,t                                                               anm-9;m            NCAA Press Herdquanerr                                   Ccntcnnml A
     IO*m-ll..M*m             NAAAA ixm11”c        Board                                   Sam Da”,,       630am-Xnm                  College Confemn~ 01 lllmo,r and W,rcon,,n                       John,on    11.30rm.-I.JOpm    NFFHF Council Lunchcon                                    Belle Mudde
     Iorm4pm                  Prclfic~lo Confcrencc                                       Kn”r”lllr    R                                 Brcskfart                                                               Noon-l.30 p m      NCAA Footbdl lelewr~on Commttrcc         Luncheon         Checkwood
     I0.H) r.mrl 0 m          FCAC Exccutwc Counctl Lunchcon                              Donelron B                                  Pmhc Car,, Athle,;‘ A\\oc,arion and M,d-                   Mk    Mead=     Noon~l.30 ;.I,,    NCAA Votml Comm,tlcc Luncheon                           Sam Hou,wn
     Ilum-Xpm                 NCAA HlEh School AIl~Stsr Game* Commwe                      Vol”ntccr B                                    Amer,crn Confercnm Brcakfasl                                            Noon-l 30, m       Pwtic~lO Conference I unchcon                             Knoxville tJ
     Noon-l 30 p m            NCAA H,gh School All-Star Girmo Comrml~cc                  Ap,.lilch,.,,     7 a.m.-X a.m.              Atlant,c IO Conlcrcncc Brcaklrrt                              J&k,on       Noon-l.JO p m      Atlwnric Coast/Big Etlht/ Sourhcuern                         Don&on
                                 Luncheon                                                                  lam-“am                    B,p Eut Conference Brevkfast                                  mehl0n1                            Confcrmcc, Luncheon
     N;“nml.JO ,, m           Dtr,c lmcrcollcp~rtc A!hlcr,c Conference                 I~ommodorc     B    'lam-xam                   Me,roool,mn Athlcuc Conlercnce                  Chcrkwood       Noon-l 30 , m      B,g Ten Conicrencc Luocheon
                                 Luncheon                                                                                                Brc;klrrr          -                                                    I2I5pm~I~3Opm      Ivy Group Luncheon
     Noon- I   30 p m         Prcihc~lO Conference Luncheon                                   Scv,er n     7 I Il.4 r.m               Sourhwertcrn Athlcnc Conleresce Hrcakfast           Nrtchcr Trace A        130 pm-6 pm.       NCAA Busineu Session
     Noon-2    p.m.           Mew0 Collcg~rtc Athkrtc Conference Luncheon                     Jackson      lam-N"""                   NCAA Reaiwut~on                                   Prer,denual Lobby                                                                                       lSdl,OOIll
     Noon-2    p.m.           NFFHF Honor, Court Luncheon                                        Shdoh     0 ..m.-9x8 ..m             NCAA D&lo”         I Round T.blc                           Tcnn-           6,m-745,m          Conrmenud Diwde Confercncc Dmncr                            Ev,cr B
     Noon-l    p m            Wcrtcrn Colleaiate Athletic Ar\ocmtton                      ,,onel\“n A                                                                                             B~llNXUll      @Wpm-Xpm           NCAA (‘ ound                                              Mcmph,, A
                                 Luncheon -                                                                8 ..m.-9:3O.n,             NCAA Divhion II Round Table                              W.C. Handy                           -Wednesday,               January   16
                              NCAA Dw1%10n II Men‘ Br,krthrll C0mmtltee                Commodore      A    8 ..m.-930 ..m.            NCAA Dirision Ill Round T.bk                       Jams Roberlson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Time                L*m1                                                            Room
                                 Luncheon                                                                  nam-9pm.                   NCAA Prcrs Headquancrr                                  Ccntcnnml A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 6.30 a.m.4 a.,,,    Prc,fic Coast Athlettc A\soc,at,on Brcakfrrr           Nalcher Trace
     l~JOpm~21opm             Ohlo Alhklic Conlerence                                   Nancy Ward         IO ..m.-II ..rn.           NCAA Opening Cmcr=l S&on                                   Teaa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 6.3O s.m.4 a.m.     Pircdic-IO Confrrcncc Brcakfilrt                          KnoxwIle B
     Ipm-3pm                  NCAA Facuhy Alhlettcr Representrtwcr                        Jefferson H                                                                                             Bdlroom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 7 s.m.ll a.m        CCAC Execuuve Councd Brcnkfru                               Cherokee
     I pm-3pm                 C0llepe Football Awctntion                                 Jeffemon A        IO a.m -Noon               College Sports Information   Dwxtors   01 America          vOl”nleer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I( Y m -Noon        NCAA Rwrtrr~~on                                   Prer,dcnt,al Lobby
     Ipm-3pm                  C;r,eury Collepmte Athleuc Confcrcn~c                      Belle Meade                                    Workrhop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 0 ..“a.-Noon        NC AA B&s         Snrlan                                  Praldcntlal
     I p.m.4 p.m.             Ohm V,dlcy Conference Luncheon                          Cumberlrnd A         Noon-215      pm.          NCAA Honon Lumheoon                                        Rnidmlid
     I pm-5 p.m.              Wee Coast Athleuc Confcrcnce                                   Juhnron                                                                                                B~llKloI”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 8a.mdpm.            NCAA Press Headquarter,                                 Centennial A
     I p.m.-J.JO p.m          C;lldorn,a Colk~wc Athknc A,soc~lal~on                     Chcckwood         23opm-6pm                  NCAA Regislrarmn                                    Preudenual Lobby
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2 p.m.-5 p.m.         AA Counctl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     NC‘                                                       Memphtr A
     I pmdpm                  Tram Amertca Athletic Conference                        Cumbcrland C         3 p.m.-s30 p.m.            NCAA Division I-A Round Tmblr                              Jcflenon A
     I3Opm.3pm                Err,ern CoIleye Alhlel,c Confercncc                   Jamex Robertson        3 p.m.Jz         p.m.      NCAA Dlvhlon I-AA Round Table                              MIemn       B                                    Thuday, January I7
     LJO p.rn~5.JO p.m.       NCAA Prer,dcntr’  Comm,rr,on                             Warhmgton A         3 p.m.430        p.m.      NCAA Dirbiob I-AAA Round Tmbk                             Cumbcrl.nd       Time                K*cn1                                                          RUl””
     2pm-Jpm                  Southern cOnrertnce                                        Cherokee A        3 p.m.z.z30      p.m.      NCAA Dlrhicm II Round T.blr                               W.C. Handy       ,I a.m.-Noon        NCAA Coubcil                                             Memphis A
     2 pm -5 p.m.             Svulhvea Athlew Confcrcna                                Sam Houston         3 p.m.-520       p.m.      NCAA DlrYon 111 Round T&l.                  Roben~on         8 am -Noon            AA Prcrr Hcadqurncn
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     2 p.m.-J pm              sun BCII conrcrenCc                                        Chcrokcc B        5 io p m .6      io p.m.   NCAA Mm‘ Comm,ttm on C”mm,ltee\
                                                                                                                                                  s                                                      Polk    3 p.m.4 p.m.        NCAA Nauunal Youth Sports Program                         Ssm Da”,,
     2 p m -5.30 p m          Southeastern Conference                                    Kn”r”llle A       5~30 p.m.4       JO ,.m    Collegmtc Indepcndem. Foolhall ~~ff!Clatl”E                    Johnron                           l’“tll~lt,CC
     2 p.m.4 p.m              NCAA Extra tvcntr Comrmllcc                                Volunteer A                                    Asocial~on
     2 pm -6 pm               Bw Ten Conference                                          Mcmph,, A         53Opm.630pm                FAlAW Fund Program Cornmnlce                            Commodore B                                     Friday, January  I8
     3pm.5pm                  NCAA Womcnt Knund lablc                                   Chattanooga        JlOpm-7pm                  Sun Bch Conference                                        Cherokee ”                           EW”,                                                          ROW”
     3 ;.m.~5 ;.m.            Heartland Collcp,alc Confcrcnce                                     Polk     53O”m-7IJpm.                                                                                                              NCAA Nalmnrl Youth S,orls Program Comm-                   Sam nrw
     3pm.5pm                  M&Amer,csn      Athlel,c Conlerencc                       Nancy Wdrd         S.30 ; m -7 10 p m                                                                                                          tee
     J p.lws p.m.             Na1,on.l Collcgtatc Goll Curchcr A~sociilt~on                                5.3O p m -7.30 p m                                                                                                        NCAA N~l~~d Yo0Lh Sports Program                       Sam Huwon
                                 Fx.ecu,,ve Comm,l,ee                                                      5.30 p.m.~7.30 p.m.                                                                                                         Commmcc Lunchcon
                                                                                                                                                                              THE NCAA NEWS/November          19,1984     13

                        Newsworthy                                                          Autonomy
                                                                                            Conlinurd/rom page I                       table).                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                    member’ chief executive officer, or
                                                                                            the Association’ traditional proce-            Proposal Nos. 37 and 40, both                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                    the CEO’ designated representative,
    New film on officiating                                is available                     dures for electing NCAA committees,        sponsored by the Council, deal with          is entitled to submit a resolution on
.       “Third Team on the Court,” a 2%          mittee, also helped in the production of   the Council and officers.                  commtttees. No. 37, to take effect           behalf of the institution. In addition,
    minute program teaturmg the basic            the program. The Springfield Collrge          Sponsored by nine NCAA member           immediately, would reduce the terms          resolutions would have to be spon-
    tnechanics and proper techniques for               s
                                                 men’ basketball team and coaching          institutions, Proposal No. 34 would        of individuals serving on NCAA stand-        sored by at least six active member
    two- and three-man basketball officiat-      staff staged thr “game actIon” for the     require all Associatton elections to be    ing commtttees from three years to           institutions,ratherthanonlyoneinsti-
    ing crews, is availahlc through the          program.                                   conducted by secret ballot or mail         two years, although the Administra-          tution.
    NCAA Library of Films.                          “This program is an itnportant tool     ballot. Sports committee elections         tive Committee has asked the Council            Proposal No. 31, sponsored by all
        The program 15 produced by the          for cvcry basketball official interested    would be held by mail ballot after the     to review its sponsorship of that pro-       nine members of the Southern Con-
    NCAA m cooperation with the Colle-          m the proper techniques of officiat-        annual Convention, and other elec-         posal prior to the Convention.               ference, would establish a Division I-
    giate Commissioners Association.            ing,” Shirley said. “It is an outstanding   tions (e.g., officers and Council)             Proposal No. 40 would make high          AA annual legislative meeting, similar
    Three of the nation’ outstanding
                             s                  teaching program for the beginning of-      would be held by secret ballot at the      school or junior college representa-         to the Division I-A midyear legislative
    NCAA men’ collegiate basketball of-
                  s                             ficial as well as for the seasoned vet-     annual Convention.                         tives on NCAA sports committees              meeting.
    ficials worked with a CCA advisory          eran wanting to brush up on the proper         Proposal No. 36, sponsored by I2        with playing-rules responsibilities
                                                                                            member institutions, would require         non-voting members of those com-                The Gateway Collegiate Athletic
    committee at SprIngfield College to         mechanics of two- and three-man offi-                                                                                               Conference is sponsoring Proposal
    produce the program.                        ciating. We encourage all conferences                  s             s
                                                                                            the Men’ and Women’ Committees             mittees.
                                                                                            on Committees and the Nominating               Another Council proposal, No. 38,        No. 35, which would require one
       J. Dallas Shirley, assistant to the      and officiating agencies to obtain this                                                                                             member of the NCAA Council to be
    commissioner of the Southern Confer-        program _*’                                 Committee to nominate at least two         would affect all NCAA conference
                                                                                            candidates for each vacant position        (formerly allied) members by not             a representative of a conference offer-
    ence, served as consultant for the pro-        Three formats are available -VHS                                                                                                 ing programs for women only. The
    gram and was assisted on the commit-        video cassette, %-inch video cassette       on the sports committees and the           allowing them the opportunity to
                                                                                            Council, as well as for vacancies          vote on NCAA legislation. This pro-          membership of the Council would
    tee by Dotson Lewis, Southwest              and l6mm film. All formats rent for                                                                                                 conform to this requirement as attri-
    Athletic Conference; John Overby,           550 on a weekly basis. The VHS for-          among NCAA officers. It also would        posal was approved by 61 percent of
                                                                                             required the committees on committ-       the voters at the 1984 Convention but        tion permits.
    Missouri Valley and Big Eight Confer-       mat sells for $7.5, Z-inch for $125 and
    ences, and Norvall Neve, Atlantic           the l6mm film for $195. Orders may          tees to circulate requests for nominees    fell 33 votes short of the required             The remaimng governance propo-
    Coast Conference. Edward S. Steitz,         be placed through the NCAA Library          to the membership and to mail copies       two-thirds majority.                         sal, No. 4 I, is sponsored by the South-
    director of athletics at Springfield Col-   of Films, P.O. Box 1906, M&ion,             of their proposed nominees to the              Proposal No. 42, another Council         land Conference and would increase
    lege and secretary-rules editor of the      Kansas 6620 I Only prepaid orders by        membership not later than November         proposal and the last governance             the membership of the Division I-AA
    NCAA Men’ Basketball Rules Corn-            check or money order will be accepted.      22 each year.                              item to be considered by the Conven-          Football Committee from four to six.
                                                                                               Six of the remaining nine govern-       tion, would require the director of fi-         Editor 5 Note: This is the second in
    New mask approved in ice hockey                                                         ance proposals are sponsored by the
                                                                                            Council, including Proposal No. 29,
                                                                                                                                       nancial aid at a Division III institu-
                                                                                                                                       tion, or at an institution that classifies
                                                                                                                                                                                    0 series of oriicles covering legislation
                                                                                                                                                                                    to he considered OI the 79th onnuol
       A clear, plastic face mask has been      proved vision and is expected to rem        which was recommended by the Spe-          a sport in Division 111,to sign a state-     Convention. In the remaining issues
    approved for use in collegiate men’  s      duce facial injuries.                       cial Committee on Convention Opcr-         ment concerning compliance with              of thr News leading up to the Con-
    ice hockey.                                                                             ations.                                    NCAA Division Ill legislation as a           vention, Ieg&ution in the following
                                                   Robin Burns, president of Itech,
       The Hockey Equipment Certifica-                                                         No. 29 would permit final voting                                s
                                                                                                                                       part of the institution’ annual certifi-     topical groups will he considered:
                                                began work on the clear shield two
    tion Council, at a recent meeting in                                                    on legislation pertaining only to a        cation of compliance. This proposal          membrrship ond closs~$cotion,/inan-
                                                years ago. Among the obstacles he
    Kansas City, approved a clear, full-                                                    single division in a separate division     was recommended by the Division III          crol aid, personnel limitations. general,
                                                faced was “foggtng,” since players
    face shield manufactured by the ltech                                                   legislative session at an annual Con-      Steering Committee.                          umotrurlsm. championships. playing
                                                must breathe with the mask on. A
    Company. The ltech mask meets the                                                       vention or special meeting of the              I
                                                                                                                                          ‘ he final Council proposal, No.          ond prucrrce seasons, rligihilit,y, ond
                                                special solution has been developed
    HEC-ASTM F 513-81 Eyeand Face                                                            Association (e.g., a division round       39, would specify that only an active        rrcruiting.
                                                to prevent such fogging.
    Protector Equipment for Hockey Play-
    ers Standard that wtll be mandatory
    in 1986-87 as well as the existing F
                                                   Nearly 40 collegiate teams already
                                                have ordered the clear shield to replace    As freshmen
    513-77 standard. Itech’ mask is the         the former wire cages. Questions            Contmuedfrom page I                           Michael T. Kane of the American           athlrtes.
    only clear shield that has been tested      about its use should be directed to                             I,
                                                                                            letes,” said Robert ‘ Cameron of the       College Testing Program said that in            J. Douglas Connor of the American
    and approved by HECC.                       William J. Cleary Jr., ice hockey           College Board. The results were the        both groups of colleges, athletes in         Association of Collegiate Registrars
       The mask is optically correct and        coach at Harvard llniversity and            same when analyzed by race, sex and        the bottom third of the GPA chart            and Admissions Officers said the next
    made of plastic polycarbonate. which                                     s
                                                editor of IVXS NCAA Men’ Ice Hoc-           sport.                                     had a hlghcr grade average than the          step may be to improve upon eligihll-
    is shatter-resistant. It permits im-        key Rules and Interpretations.                 “In general, it seems clear,” the       nonathletes.                                 ity standards proposed for the fall of
                                                                                            study said, “that if athletic participa-      Athletes whose C;PAs had been pre-         1986 by the NCAA (Proposal No.
                                                                                            tion has a negative effect on freshman                                                  4X). “We can hulld a better mousetrap
            Committee                            Vacancies                                  academic performance, its impact is
                                                                                            not reflected in lower freshman grade-
                                                                                                                                       dieted at below 2.000 upon entermg
                                                                                                                                       college surpassed expectations and
                                                                                                                                       fared better than nonathletes in that
                                                                                                                                                                                    in terms of rules for eligibility,” hc
    I                                                                                   1   point averages or reduced levels of
            In the future, this column will include both committee vacancies and                                                       category. For athletes with predicted           Additional analyses will be con-
        committee appointments. New members of NCAA committees now will be                                                             GPAs above 2.000, thetr performance          ducted on data from an earlier NCAA
                                                                                               The institutions were divided into
        listed in this column rather than in the NCAA Record section. Following is the                                                 vtrtually was the same as nonathletes,       study that Indicated the test-score por-
                                                                                            two groups according to whether
        latest committee appointment:                                                                                                  the study showed.                            tion of the proposal could be unfair to
                                                                                            they required the ACT exam or the
            Men’ Tennis Committee: George Acker, Kalamaroo College, appointed to
                s                                                                           SAT for admission. The study did not          On measures 01 persistence, such          black high school students entering
        replace Hayden Schilling, College of Wooster. This appointment is effective         compare the types of courses taken         as good standing at the end of the           college.
        immediately.                                                                        by the athletes and nonathletes.           freshman year, the athletrs consis-             A committee will be appomted as
                                                                                               At the 32 tnstituttons in one group,    tently had higher success rates than         directed by the NCAA Council and
        Justus joins NCAA                                        staff                      freshman athletes had a GPA of 2.480,
                                                                                            while the nonathletes had a 2.530
                                                                                                                                       the matched group of nonathletes.
                                                                                                                                       Part of the explanation for these
                                                                                                                                                                                    the Presidents’ Commtssion, for fur-
                                                                                                                                                                                    ther study of the use of an index score
       Janet Justus, a staff attorney for the   team at Kansas and was captain of an        average. At the other 25 schools, the      results may be the academic support          that would combine test scores and
    Topeka Legal Aid Society, has joined        intramural championship basketball          athletes had an average GPA of 2.350       program that many Division I institu-        grade-point average m a core currtcu-
    the NCAA enforcement department as          team                                        compared to 2.320 for nonathletes.         tions now have for their student-            lum.
    an enforcetnent representative.
       Justus, a graduate of the University
    of Kansas, was presidrnt of the Kansas
    Legal Services Staff Association in
                                                ESPN schedules 130 basketball telecasts
                                                   ESPN plans to televise I30 regular-      State; IO- Washington State at              Michigan at Wisconsin; 4-St.                Carolina vs. Georgia Tech; 2X--
    1983-1984.                                  season college basketball games this        UCLA; I I -Kansas at South Ala-                  s
                                                                                                                                       John’ (New York) at Seton Hall: 5            Northwestern at Michigan State and
       After receiving her undergraduate        season, 82 of whtch will be live, begtn-    bama; I2 North Carolina at Vtrgi-          Syracuse vs. Boston Collcgc; 6 1.a           Southern California at UCLA.
    degree with honors, Justus rccctvcd a       ning November 29.                           nia, Clemson at Wake Forest, Wis-          Salle at Notre Dame and Dayton at
                                                                                                                                                                                       March: 2- Marquette at DePaul,
    law dcgrcc from Kansas. She served             Notre Dame will make the most            consin at Indiana; I3 ~ Northwestern       DrPaul; 7 Minnesota at Iowa, Vir-
                                                                                                                                                                                    Wake Forest at North Carolina State,
    on the executive committee of the           appearances, 12; followed by Georgia                                      s
                                                                                            at Ohio State; 14 -~~St. John’ (New        ginia at North Carolina, UCLA at
    Women in Law Association for two                                                                                                                                                Sun Belt Conference semifinal; 3-
                                                Tech with eight; Duke seven, Illinois,      York) at Pittsburgh, Old Dominion          Washington State; 9- Maryland at
    years. During her junior year, Justus                                                                                                                                           Ohio State at Minnesota, Wisconsin
                                                DrPaul and Syracuse six; Indiana            at DePaul; I5 ~ Boston College at          Duke, Illinois at Michigan, Indiana
    studied at the University of Reading in                                                                                                                                         at Michigan State, Maryland at Vir-
                                                and North Carolina State live; de-          Villanova; I6 ~ North Carolina State       at Northwestern, wild-card game;
    England.                                                                                                                                                                        ginia, Sun Belt Conference cham-
                                                fendmg NCAA national champion               at North Carolina, Holy Cross at           IO ~ Wake Forest at Georgia Tech;
       Justus played on the varsity tennis                                                                                                                                          pionship game; 6-Marquette           at
                                                Georgetown and St John’ (New   s            Notre Dame; 17 Purdue at North-            I I ~~ Villanova at Georgetown; I2 ~
                                                                                                                                                                                    Notre Dame and Michigan at Ohio
                                                York) four, and Washington two.             western; IX UCLA at Arizona State          Providence at Syracuse; I3 New
    Tape explains                                  The ESPN schedule IS as hollows:         and Wake Forest at Duke; I9 Vir-           Orleans at Notre Dame and North
                                                                                                                                                                                    State; 8-Oregon      State at IJCLA,
                                                                                                                                                                                    Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfi-
                                                    November: 29 ~ Northwestern at          ginia at Clemson, Indiana at Ohio          Carolina at Maryland: I4 ~ Michigan
    basketball rules                            Notre Dame: 30-- Auburn at Ala-             State, Duke at North Carolina, Iowa        State at Minnesota and Arizona State
                                                                                                                                                                                    nals (four games); 9 ~ Big East tour-
                                                                                                                                                                                    nament semifinals (two games), AtIan-
       A 90-minute cassette tape covering       bama-Birmingham.                            at Michigan, Providence at Mar-            at Southern Califorma; 16 ~~ North
    lYX4-X5 basketball rules changes and                                                                                                                                            tic Coast Conference semlfinals (two
                                                    December: 4-Indiana        at Notre     quette; 2 I Pittshurg at Boston Col-       Carolina at North Carolina State,
    interpretations has been produced for                                                                                                                                           games), Big East tournament cham-
                                                Dame; g-Notre       Dame at DcPaul;         lege and Washington at UC1.A; 22           Georga Tech at Virgmla, Michigan
    basketball officials.                                                                                                                                                           pionship game; IO DePaul at Mar-
                                                9-Virginia     at Duke; l6-- North          West Virginia at Virginia Common-          State at Iowa. Wisconsin at Illinois;
       The tape. narrated by Edward S.                                                                                                                                              quette, Notre Dame at Dayton, Atlan-
                                                Carolina at Wake Forest and Kansas          wealth; 23 ~ Dayton at Notre Dame           I7 Dayton at Marquette, Maryland
    Steitr, secretary-rules editor of the                                                                                                                                           tic Coast Confrrence championship
                                                State at Marquette, 22 ~ Northwest-         and Ohio State at Illtnois; 24 Ala-        at Clemson; IX ~ Seton Hall at Provi-
                                                                                                                                                                                    game; I I ~ Iowa at Purdue and Min-
    NCAA Men’ Basketball Rules Com-             ern at DePaul and Dayton at South           bama-Birminghatn at Old Dominion:          dence, UCLA at Stanford; I9 ~~ Pitts-
    mittee and director of athletics at                                                                                                                                             nesota at Illinois.
                                                 Florida.                                   26- Duke at Clemson, Ohio State at         hurgh at Georgetown and Maryland
    Springfield College, also covers the            January: 2   IndIana at Michigan        Purdue, Notre Dame at Maryland;             at Georgia Tech; 20-Iowa       at Wis-
    differences between NCAA and high           and North Carolina State at Mary-           27 ~ Northwestern at Minnesota;            consin; 21 UCLA at Calitornia:               Statistics schedule set
    school rules, “realistic officiating,”       land; 3-UCLA       at Oregon State:        28 Georgetown at Syracuse and               23 ~ Brigham Young at Notre Dame,               Dlvlslons 11and 1I I football statis-
    charging/ blocking, screening, cor-          S-Georgia     Tech at Wake Forest,         Providence at Notre Dame; 29--              Purdue at Indiana, Clemson at North         tics will not appear in the November
    rectable and scorekeeping errors, drib-      Duke at Virginia. Illinois at Iowa,         Pittsburgh at Villanova; 30 Illinois       Carolina, Michigan at Michigan              26 issue of The NCAA News. Final
    bling, and continuous motion.                DePaul at Alabama-Birmingham,              at Purdue.                                  State, Georgia Tech at Duke; 24             statistics in all four divisions will
       Copies of the tape are avatlablc for      Purdue at Minnesota; 7 Villanova               February: I     Washington at Ari-       Wake Forest at Maryland and North          appear In the December 3 issue, as
    %I0 and will be sent first class. To         at St. John’ (New York); 8 ~~ Boston
                                                             s                              Tona. Villanova at Syracuse, UCLA           Carolina State at Virginia; 2.5 Con-        well as the final football notes. The
    obtain the tape, contact Steit7 at           College at Syracuse and Clemson at         at Southern Caltfornla; 2 <;eorgia          necticut at Boston College; 26- Pitts-      first basketball statistics in all men’ s
    Springfield College, Springfield, Mas-       Grorgialech; 9 ~~ Maryland at North        Tech at Maryland, Michigan State at          burgh at Syracuse; 27 ~ Georgetown                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                    and women’ dtvlslons will he pub-
    sachusetts 01109 (413/788-3333):             Carolina and Wisconsin at Ohio             Northwestern, wild-card game; 3 ~                          s
                                                                                                                                        vs. St. John’ (New York), North             lished in the December I2 issue.
14       November         19.1984

     The NCAA                                                                                                                                                        NCAA Record
       CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS                                                                                                                                                               IS. Citadel (7-3)                                           26        17. Ar,,cma (13-9)   .        __                          24
   EDMUND T. CRANCH. preudent of Worm                                                                                                                                                         16. Northwestern Stale (La.) (7-3)                          14        IX CahfornlamSanu Barbara (19-14).                        22
tester Polylcchnic. apprrmted at Wang lnst~tute                                                                                                                                               16 Western Carolma (X-3) .                            .     14        19. Western Mlchlgan (22-S).                              I4
of Graduate Studter. effective January I _. I OM                                                                                                                                              18. Willlam and Mary (6-4)                                  II        20 N,,rthwc,tern (24-X)                                    5
J. FARER named al New Me?.,co. effective                                                                                                                                                      IV H+ Cm\\ (7-Z).                                            X
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Diririon             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            II Women’         Volleyball
January I, He had heen a law proterror al                                                                                                                                                     I9 Tennersee~Chattanooya (h-3)                               x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The Lup 20 NCAA I)ivi\lon II women’s
Ru,ger”                                                                                                                                                                                                        Division      111 Football
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   volleyball teams through game\ ~rl Novcmbcr
                       COACHES                                                                                                                                                                    The top IS NCAA D~v~smn III foolball teams
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   IS. with records m parentheses and pomr,.
  Men’    baskelball     apsirtwd   DENNIS     LAY-                                                                                                                                           through games of November I I. with records in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I. Portland Stare (26-3)                  I60
TON, former professional player and Southern                                                                                                                                                  parentheses and points.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2 Cal Slate Northridge (35-X)             IS2
California all-America. named al New Jersey                                                                                                                                                      I Augustana (Illinol,) (9-O) . .              60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3 Cal State Sacramento (26-3)             I44
Tech. Layton played professionally with the                                                                                                                                                     2. Central (Iowa) (9-O).                       55
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    4 Cal Poly-Pomona (19-x).                  I36
Phoenix Suns. Purlland Tradblarers, New York                                                                                                                                                    3. IIaylon (IO-O)                              49
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5. Caldorms-Rlvcr,ldc (IX-X).             12X
Knick\ and San Antoruo Spurs.                                                                                                                                                                   4. Plymrruth State (10-O)                      4x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     6. Ferris State (41-2)                    I20
   Women’   sb&e~ball~ss&ant            HECKY WIL-                                                                                                                                              5 Randolph-Macon (Y-1)                         44
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7. Northern Colorado (36-7)               I I2
SON BAKER selected al Cenlral (Iowa) A                                                                                                                                                          6 Uruon (New York) (X-l)            . . ..I    37
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     x. Florida Southern (25-X)              . IO0
Central graduate, Baker played on the 1983                                                                                                                                                       7 OccIdental (10-O) . . . .    . . . . . . . 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     9. North Dakota Slate (50-10).            .97
Iowa Conference champmnrhtp team that                    MARY NYHOLM. who rerixned in Augur1 lo                               Stales Football League.                                            8. Hope (Y-O)            ..  .              29%                   IO New Havcn(35-4) .___._._.. .__.._.__ 91
reached the NCAA D~v~smn III regional linals.            accept a similar position at Houston.                                                   CONFERENCES                                    9. Case Kescrve (9-O)               . . . . . 29
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I I Nehra*ka-Omaha (42-12)                  .77
   Football      DFNNIS GREEN signed IO a                  Men’s   track   assistant  JANIS DONINS                               RON RFRTOVICH appomtcd a,a~*~an~ccrm-                         IO. Hamhnc (9-O-l)                            23%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I2 Sam Huu,trrn Slalc (44-6)                .6Y
three-year contract          at Northwolcrn              chosen at UC‘Irvine, spccialumg in field events                      rmrrmner for the Allantic IO Confcrencc. He                      I I. Washington and Jefferror (X-l )            23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   I3 Tampa (30-2)                              66
DWIGHT WALLACt                rclcabcd al Ball State     He was an assistant at UC1.A m 1977-7X and at                        had heen the leaguc’ rdireccor of media relatmnr                 12. Hoh~ra (9-l). .                           22%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                7                  I4 Cal Stale bakcrsficld (l9- 13)            53
upon the exp,ra,,on ol hi, contract Fchruary I           Oregon last season.                                                  since 19x2 hefore being named interim commis~                    I). Swarthmore (X-l).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   IS. James Madlsrrn (37-X)                   .4X
    BOB GIESEY resiyncd from Grand Valley                        s
                                                            Women’       track    asirtanc--NANCY          CISAR              smner prmr to the selecrmn of Charhe Theokas                     14. Wisconsm-River Falls (X-l)                 4%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   16. Central M~ssoun Slate (344)      . . . .4l
Slate. eflcc~~vc lhe end of this sea\on                  WRIGHT appmnted at Central (Iowa). The                               to the post. KEVIN MacCONNELL named to                           I5 BaldwlnmWallace (Y-l)                         3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   17. Sl. Augustine’ (36-O)                   .29
   Women’   ngymn&ics          JERRY REIGHART,           only Central woman athlete lo win all-America                        replace Benovich. MacConnell had been director                   IS. Millikin (Y-1)        .. .   .. ...          3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   IX Nr,rthwc,t Missouri Stale (47-13)        .2l
captain of Ihe I974 Central Mlchlgan men‘           s    honors durmg all four years. she led the track                       of public relations for the New Jersey Gcncrals                  IS. Norwich (9-l)      _.        .               3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   19 Northeastern (33-7)                        I2
tcam. named a~his alma mater. Reigharl coached           team lo four consecutive top-five national fi-                       al the Ilmted State\ Foothall League                                      Division           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    I Wumcn’          Volleyball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   IY. St. Cloud Stare (37-13)                   I2
loma High School lo the boy,‘       slate champton-      mrhes. mcludmg the IYX2 NCAA I)iviuon III                                                        POLLS                                  The top 20 NCAA D,uuon I women’ volley-s
ship ulles the past Iwo years.                           champunahlp                                                                          Division    I-AA Foolball                       ball teams throughgames of November I I, with                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Men’   Water     Polo
  Womcn\softballa&tan~            CAROLBROWN-               Wrestling    assistant      DAN      MORRISON          se-            The top 20 teams 1” NCAA DIVISI~,~ I-AA                     records in parentheses and points.                                      The top 20 teams m NCAA men‘ water polo
 IN<; telected at Oregon Stale. She was an               lected al Kider ic\ graduate assistant He was 40-                    football Ihnugh games of November I I. with                       I Paufic(26-6)      ._. __. _. _. __ __. __ I60                    throughgames ol Novumbcr I3 as ranked by the
apcis~an~at Idaho State from 19x1 lo IYX3.                I during the 19x1~X2\cd\or, at Kldcr. when he                       se:kson records m parentheses and pr,ints.                       2. Southern Cahlorn~a (24-5)                  I52                   Amencan Water Polo Coaches Association.
   Men’ s swimming-CHERYI.               KNAPP se-       won the tast (‘  ua\t Conference champtnnshlp.                          I Tennessee State (IO-O) . . . .            x0                 3. UCLA(26m6)       __. _. _. __. _. _. I44                        with season records m parenthoe\ and points
lected IO coach both the men’ and women’           s                               STAFF                                        2 Alcorn State (X-0)                         7s                4. Stanford (15-4).      .                    I36                     I. Stanlord (22-3).     . _. . . .      100
swmunmg teams at St. Francis (Pennsylvania).                Promotions           assistant    CI.YDE        NEFF                3 lnd,ana Stale (Y-1)                        73                5. Cal Poly-San Luir Obinpu (29-6) . .        12X                     2. calirornla(ly-4-I).    .              ~5
 A trlalhlele. Knapp leltcrcd I” hrrth sw~mm!“g          named at Pan American lo aG1 in prmnolmnr                              4 New Hampshire (Y-l)                        6Y                6. Hawaii (33-X)            . . . . . . . . . I 20                    3. Pepperdine (ZY-S-3).                  YO
and (rack at St. Francis.                                as well as advertising and arena management                            5. Boston ~1.(x-2)      _. _.     _. _. _.   62                 7. Ncbra,ka (22-3) .         . . . . . . I IO                        4. Southern CaliTornia (21-6-I)          X5
   Men’ tennis- JOHN KREIS selected for
         s                                                  Sportsinformationdirecto~               JEFF   MOKD-                6 Montana Stale (X-2)                        57                X. San Jwc State (21-X)                         9X                   5. IJCI.A(IJ-II-I)           ___._._..._.._._..           80
 both the menB and wrunen’ teams at Mississippi
                                s                        HoKS I appointed at Mlchlgan Tech He had                               6. Khode Ibland (x-2).                       57                9 Penn (27-3). _. _. _. _. _. _. _.             Y7                   6 Brown(3l~S~I)...                                        75
Slate. An a\ri,taal coach at Tennessee the pa*t          been public relations dlrector for the Amateur                          X. Mibrisuppl Valley State (X-1)            56               IO San DIego State (29-13)                       92                   7 UC Irvme(l6~ll~l)         ____._.___.____               67
four yearc. Kre~s replaces KkN HYDINGFR.                 Hockey A\\oc~atmrl ot the United States and                            Y. Middle ‘ TennesseeState (X-2)             4x               I I. Oregon (24-10).                             71                   K. Frerno State(lS~lS-I)         . __ __ . . .            64
who accepted a slmdar pos111unat Indiana                 managmg edltor of the American Hockey Ma-                             IO. Fa,~rrn Kentucky (7-3)                  . 42               12. lexas A&M (33-3). _.            _. _.        69                   II. Cahlorni;l~Santa Barbara (15-10).                     64
   Womenhtennis         ~CHARI.FNECRAFTON.               ganne     ROBEKT     DALt    MORGAN     \elected                      I I I.ou~s~anaTech (7-4)                      39               13. lllinoib Slate (34-S)                        67                  IO. I,oyola(Illinoi~)(I6~12~1)       .__.___.__            55
 program coordinator and term,\ profersmnal at           at Tampa. replacmg JIM SHEEHAN. who                                   I2 Arkansas State (6m3- I).                   35               14. Tcxir\ (2s6)                                 57                  I I Pacific (14-10)                                        50
 Pensacoun Sports Ccnlcrs of Pensacola. Florida.         resigned to bccomc cuordlnator 01 media mfor-                         13. Richmond (6-3)                            32               I5 Coloradu Slate (22-7)                         55                  I2 Navy(23m2).          ___ _. __ _. __. _. __ __.         45
 named a, NorIhca\l Loulslana. She replacer              malion fur the Huu\ton tiamblelr 01 the Cinitcd                       14. Murray St&c (X-2).                        29               16. Bugham Young (26-13).                        44                                                Srr Record. page IS

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                                                through a team approach Preferred -n                                                                                                                                                                                                      See Tie Murkrt, ;a&                 i5
                                                years in development management. eval
Positions               Available
Assistant A.D.                                                                                                                                                 Head Football Coach. Candddatemust be
                                                                                                                                                               ava,lableby January 1935.Must have master’ s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
                                                                                                      Basketball                                               degrpe ,n appropriatefield. cd+ cmh,ny
                                                                                                                                                               eq.aimce wqwd. Submt lerterofappl,cabon                    The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks a head
                                                                                                                                                               and resumebyNovemher26.1984. plurfhree                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          women’ track and field and cross county coach for a 100%
                                                Sports Information                                                                                             bner, d rr~c,mmcndaoon      to: Andy Hmon.
                                                                                                                                                               Athlebc D,rector.CheyneyUn,ven,ty Cheynrr.                 appointment,     12.month position at the NCAA Division I Big
                                                F%mk RcbIlorls   rrlmxor.   Alwdeur     Hockey                                                                                                                            Ten institution.
                                                Assoehtlon of the U.S. Duties Include publ,c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Responsibilities:     The head coach is responsible for develop-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ment     and                   of all phases of cross country and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          indoor and outdoor track programs; budget preparation and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          management, scheduling, travel, equipment, assessment and
                                                                                                                         ATHLETIC                                         COACH                                           recruitment of prospective student-athletes: involvement with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          summer camp program; expansion of support services for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          sport as well as appropriate public relations and promotional
       Director             of Development                 for Athletics                                                 Serve as Head Foolball Coach of a rtsing DIVISIONII Program
                                                                                                                         lndeoendenllv resoonslble for the toul admInIstratIon of the                                     activities; supewision    of coaching   personnel.
                                                                                                                         football pro&m     /ncludmg. buf not lImIted lo’ recruitment.
                               STAFF ASSOCIATE                                                                           aoummenf. travel and scholarshIps     Responsible for dlscl~                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Qualifications: Master’ degree preferred, demonstrated coach-
                                                                                                                         pIi&. conduct. and Image of football players (as mdlvlduals                                      ing and recruiting success, experience in event management
  The University of Massachusetts at Amherst seeks an expe                                                               and as a team) relahve to the program, Umvers~ty. and all off-
                                                                                                                         campus acclvlbes. Responsible for the orgamzahon. pertor-                                        and financial     planning,  personal  relations skills in dealing with
  rienced fund-raising professional to become  the lead develop-
                                                                                                                         mance. and conduct of the football coachmg staff BS or BA                                        student-athletes,      peers. staff and administration.      Minimum
  ment officer for the Department of Athletics as it moves into a                                                        degree     mmlmum 2 years football coachmg experk?nce at
  period of increased      emphasis    on strengthening       the intercol-                                              high school, lr college or College level Proven success as                                       coaching          experience of five years.
  legiate program.     The University    is a member        of the NCAA                                                  football coach. Flondd recrultlng expenence could be advan-
                                                                                                                         tageous Salary $27.980 to $50.400. dependmg on quallflca-                                        Starting Date: January 1, 1985, or as soon as possible
  Atlantic 10 and Yankee Conferences.          All programs      compete                                                 Itons and erpenence                                                                              thereafter with salary commensurate with experience and
  on a Division    I level, except football    (I-AA). The Director         of                                           Located m one of the most rapIdly developing areas of the                                        qualifications.
  Development     for Athletics  will be responsible    for the coordina-                                                nabon. the Unlverslty of Central Florida IS a four-year co-edu-
  tion of fund-raising efforts by the various coaches and for                                                            catlanaI  general purpose unwewty         It competes a1 the                                     Application:          By December             10, 1984. send resume, letter of
                                                                                                                         DIVISION I level mall sports except football, foolball currently
  working with the Director of Athletics and the Central Develop-                                                        plays a DIVISION I-AA schedule Approximately 16.COO stu-                                         application,        academic         credentials,        and three          letters     of recom-
  ment Office in shaping and implementin             fund-raising policy                                                 dents are registered at the unlverslty The Central FlorIdaarea                                   mendation           to:
  and plans for the Athletic Department. A % achelor’ degree is
                                                             s                                                           has a populahon estimated at 1 3 mrlhon The area IS well en-
                                                                                                                         dowed with a nch heritage of cultural. educatIonal. mdustrlal.                                               Dr. Karol A. Kahrs, Ass?. Director of Athletics
  required and a proven record of fund-raising success, preferabty                                                       and recreabonal actlvmes                                                                                                          University         of Illinois
  in a toll     iate or university individual giving program. Salary:
                                                                                                                         ApplkaU~n         Praodum           Letter of apphCatlOn, resume and                                       235.J       Armory      Building,         505 East Armory                 Drive
  $32,000?36,000.        Please submit letter of application, resume                                                     other credentials to Dr. WllllamCallarman.               Chrlrmm’~. Owrch
  and three letters of recommendation          attesting to experience                                                   Commlttm          lor A.thlelk      Coah.      Buslneu     Aft&n   Dlvl~lon.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Champaign, Illinois 61820
  and qualifications by December 14. 1984, to: Chairperson,                                                              Unlrentty       of Cwbtnl     FlorId&     Orlmndo.    FL 32816.                                                                     217/333-0171
  Search Committee          (Development     Officer), Department      of                                                A     llutlon    Deadllm        - Must be postmarked       by December 7.                        Qualified         applicants     will be interviewed              during the advertising
  Athletics/lntramurals,      Boyden Building, University of Massa                                                          4
  chusetts, Amherst, MA 01003. The University of Massachusetts
  is an Affirmative Action/Equal       Opportunity Employer.                                                                                                                                                                     An Affirmative           Action/Equal           Opportunity             Employer.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Manuals, ditto
Record                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           forms available
Conlinued from page 14                                                             17    Bucknell (17-h)     .                               20                                                1984 Women’
                                                                                                                                                                                                         s      La~roue      Championship
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Basketball statistical ditto forms
13. Long Beach Stale@-17)                                                   40     IX.   Richmond    (23-6) _.       _.      _, _. .         I5      Recapls                                                                                                          $     7979202
14. UC San Diego (12-10~1)                           _.         _.          35     19.   Claremont~Mudd~Scrlppz         (26-f-I)   :.         9      DISbUrFetllent\                                                                                                       25.602. IO            and statisticians’ manuals arc avail-
lS.Airborcc(lO-II)              _................                           30     20.   Slippery  Rock (15-X)                                3                                                                                                                      (     17.x 10.0X)           able from the NCAA publishing de-
16. California-Dawb           (I 1-X-I)                                     25     20.   Cal state Fullerton   (12-21)                        3                                                                                                                            3X,755.%              partment. Sports information   direc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     (     56.S6S 66)            tars at NCAA member institutions
                                                          FINANCIAL              SUMMARIES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 may use the order form mailed to
                                1984 Division                       s
                                                            II Women‘            Cymnnstirs     Championships
uece1ptr                                                                                                                     $ 20.497 50                                                 Division           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                      II Men‘   ICC Hockey      Championrhlp                                                     them recently to order the forms,
l~iabursements.                                                                                                                29, I75 X X           Receipts                                                                                                         $ 32.674.XX                along with other NCAA publications.
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txpenre~     absorbed        by host mslitutmm                                                                                        917.22                                                                                                                                9.20X 39
                                                                                                                                                     lcam    rransportatlon       expense                                                                                  37.359 25             tistics and shot-chart forms are avail-
                                                                                                                             (      7,761 16)
 nmpcutorb        tranbport;&on             erpcnrc                                                               _.               2X.927.44                                                                                                                         ( 2X.I5OXh)                 able in sets of SO at %I0 per set. A
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                                                                                                                                                        hargcd       to gcncral     opcratmg     bud@                                                                 % 2X.ISII X6               complete package of thr three forms
    hargcd      10 gcncral      opcratmg             hudgct                                                                   S 36.6XX.60                                                                                                                                                        is $22. The statisticians’ manual is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $2 7s.
                                  1984 Division                       %
                                                             111 Women’           Barketbnll     Championrhip                                                                 I984    Division           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    I Men’   Swimming      and Diving    C hnmpionshipr
 Kcccipt,                                                                                                                        f 32.572 50         Receiplr                                                   .._                                                      s I2I.4Y7.4X                All orders should be sent to NCAA
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            45. I68 OX
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I %.hYO 70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Bowl payoff announced
                                                                                                                             ( 106.1 IX 64)                                                                                                                           c I I I.522 62)              A new national television package
    hargcd      to g:enrral     opcrdling            hudgc:                                                                   $106.1 IX 64                                                                                                                             II 13.522 62              could make the new Chrrry Bowl one
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of the top money-making college
                      19R4 Division                     r
                                                111 Womm’              Swimming          and Diving    Championships
ReCelpt,                                                                                                                     s      3.6X4.60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 football howls, officials of the event
                                                                                                                                                                                            1984 Division    I Wrerlliny     Champiunrhips
Dlsburrement,                                                                                                                      20.x0 I .45       Recr@\                                                                                                           $524.138.12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 say. Mirlou Television Network will
                                                                                                                             (     17.1 16.X5       Dlshur\emcnt\                                                                                                       I72.YYO.71)              broadcast the Cherry Howl IIecember
Expenre,     rhrorhed        hy h<rrr ~nr~,tu,wn\                                                                                      112.35                                                                                                                             351.147.42             22 at the Silverdome in Pontiac, Michi-
                                                                                                                             (     17.004 50)                                                                                                                             123.120.20             gan. Bowl president Tom Martin said
                                                                                                                                  109.59X.40                                                                                                                              22X.027 22             each team would receive $1 million
                                                                                                                             ( I26.602     90)                                                                                                                                                   from the network contract and rc-
   Charged      to general      operatmg             bud@                                                                                                                                                                                                             422X.027.22
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 venues from ticket sales.

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                                                                     cdleglate and USi Men’ and Womn’ Swim  s                                               Gwardeau.    Missouri                                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             M m ’ Bask&d.      hvon   I or II. Four games ~
                                                                     ming and D M mgrcgiams.         Pasty’ degree
                                                                                                           s                                                                                                                                   ronrtnw OhComspondlrg      dates Conlar.                      atUnh*ni     dAl&aFa~lbanh%onDecember
                                                                     rpqud     v&i at     StOW&g-,“areMed                                                                                                                                      We Hanna. D,r&r   d Athletics. H&al Cd                        Ial I. 198% :atunIve rs&dAbska.Anchorage.
                                                                     Rcld and Uveet&~         years’ coachq      eqx                                                                                                                                                                                         on December13 1A. I 5 Travel uwanted.
Positions                  Available                                 -e.     bed -hq        dtie preferred. National                                                                    Open Dates                                                                                                           call Ed Lawrence at 9071474 720 4
                                                                       romincnce    desirable. Salary $29.400 v)
                                                                     s 33,6&l App~ntmenl to bzgin spring 1935.               Volleyball
                                                                     Send letter d application. resume, and three                                                                       Fodb&     Nlchollr State Urwrvty   !s welang
                                                                     l&ers d recomme~on             to: Bob BdQer.           LbllcybaU Caach. Full bme dties ,nclude re-                  ames for September J. 1905. or October
                                                                     Ccordlrralor d Afhktks. c/o Pewnnel C+Iice.
                                                                     lrdwm R~er Commumty Cd           e. 3209 Virgania
                                                                                                                             cruong. rchedulmg. budgeung. counselmg.
                                                                                                                             leachmy. Reqwre -nence       d three years‘
                                                                                                                                                                                        s 1!385,andSqxember6.19%.orNoember
                                                                                                                                                                                        Ii, 1986. Contact Don Landry, Nlrhdls Stale
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
                                                                     Awwe. Ft. Flelre. Flofida 3 3 54.9003 before
                                                                     kerrher     20 Equal Opportunity Employer
                                                                                                                             college cmh,ng                    r
                                                                                                                                                and a bachelor’ degree
                                                                                                                             Recruiting begins immediateb. but contract
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         70310: Tele
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
                                                                                                                             stati Juty 1,19f35 WCAC D,ws,w I Closes
                                                                                                                             l2ecemkr 6. 1984 Submit a@cation and                                                                                Responsible for scheduling and staging a variety of men’            s
                                                                                                                             resume IO Anne Hope. Women’ AdWOcr.                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and women’ intercollegiate
                                                                     Tennis                                                  Unlvervly d plea&.     Rena. Rena, Nevada                                                                                                            events, staging home football
                                                                                                                             69557                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and men’ basketball games, directing             and monitoring
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 procedures related to eligibility and financial aid, and other
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 duties as assigned by the Athletic           Director.    Full-time
Soccer                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 position. Bachelor’ degree and administrative          or manage-
                                                                                                                                           HEAD FOOTBALL        COACH                                                                            ment experience in intercollegiate     athletics required. Salary
                                                                                                                                              Ball State University                                                                              commensurate    with experience and qualifications.

                                                                             CALIFORNIA STATE                                     Ball State University is seeking applications and nominations                                                  Deadline for application    is December 10, 1984. Expected
man emen, d daay practice lapproumatr1y
43Om .30 p.m.) and approxlmate~ I I games,
     -T                                                                          COLLEGE,                                         for the posltlon of Head Football Coach. The head coach 1s                                                     starting date no later than January 15, 1985. Send letter of
workIn Cl”se~ we! AthktlC Mmlnlstrabon
                                                                                                                                  responsible for the total conduct of the footblall program.                                                    application, resume and three letters of reference to:
This Is 9In, par of interrdlegiate program after                                STANISLAUS                                                                                                                                                                             Jake Crouthamel
several years as a club team Equitable part                                                                                                                s                          s
                                                                                                                                  Qualifications: Bachelor’ degree minimum, master’ degree
tlm salary Flease swd rr\~mc to Prdersor                                         Basketball Coach                                 preferred; coaching expenence at the college level, preferably                                                                       Director of Athletics
Rve      N FliPPIn Jr. Decior       of Athl&cs.
Maswhusens       InsUtu@ d Technolcq       MI.T                         A full-time,     non-tenure       coachmg/                Division I-A.                                                                                                                        Syracuse University
Branch PO Box D. Gmbndge. M A 0 r: I39                                  teachmg                           s
                                                                                     posltlon. Master’ Degree                                                                                                                                                          Manley Fieldhouse
                                                                        required      Preference      will be given
                                                                        to candidates          having      coaching
                                                                                                                                  Ball State University   is a state-asslsted insbtubon with 18,500                                                                    Syracuse, New York 13210
Softball                                                                expenence         at the college         level.           students located in Muncie, Indiana. l3SU competes in the 1-A
                                                                        Salary $27,WC$33,ooO.            Applicants               Mid-American Conference with nine other Midwestern state                                                       Syracuse University                       is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
                                                                        should send a letter of appllcatlon,                      universities. Interested candidates should contact Mr. Don                                                     Action Employer.
Worn’ s    S&ball Coach. Villanova UnivenQ
is accepmg appl~abons for a head                                vita, current credentials or place                        Purvis, Director of Athletics/Men,         Athletics Department,
&II      coach. Submit resurw to ,+‘ Ann
                                       a                                ment file and a hst of names and
Steenrod, Cmrd,rv&r     d Women’ Ath L cs.
                                  s                                     addresses        of three     professional                University Gym, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana 47306.
Villanova University, Villanova, Pennsylvania                           references       to Dr James          Hanny,
19085. 215/6454112        Deadkne DRember                               Athletic     Director,   California      State                               Ball State University               is an EOE/AAE
15.19a.                                                                 College. Stan&us.           801 W Monte
                                                                        Vista Ave., Turlock. CA953l30. Clos-                                                                                                                                                    Physical Education
                                                                        ing Date. January           15. 1985. An
Swimming                                                                Equal Oppotiunlty/Afflrmatlve              Ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and Athletics
                                                                        tion Employer.
Head Srrim C-h.         Pcslbon avaibbk             for inter
                                                                                                                                          Head Women’ Volleyball Coach
                                                                                                                                                    s                                                                                           Case Western                                      Reserve                        University
                                                                                                                                       12-month             Appointment,                Effective January 1985
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Nominattons         and apphcatlons      are mvlted                      for the posItron          of
                                                                                                                                  QualRcations: Advanced Deqree Preferred; Bachelor’ Degree s                                                    ChaIrman,           Department     of PhysIcal    Education                       and Athletics
                         MARIST                                 COLLEGE                                                           Required. Demonstrated volleyball coaching expertise (prefer-                                                        CWRU ISa comprehenslve, research-onented pnvate unlverstty
                         Director                               of Athletics                                                      rably at the intercollegiate level); ability to maintain nationally                                            with      an enrollment            of 3,ooO       undergraduate                and   5,000       graduate
                                                                                                                                  competitive NCAA Division I intercollegiate women’ volleyball                                                  and      professional         students.
  Marist Colleqe is seeking candidates for the position of Director                                                               program; competence in recruiting. fund-raising, public relations                                                 The chairman              IS responsible         for     a one-year      physlcal         education
  of Athletics. The Director reports to the Dean of Student                                                                       and teaching. Experience in conducting clinics and sports                                                      requirement     for          undergraduates,               elective    courses    and        minor
  Affairs and is responsible for the administratlon and coordination                                                              camps is desirable.                                                                                            programs         in physical          education,          the supervtslon            of the intramural
  of a comprehensive Division I athletic program as well as                                                                                                                                                                                      sports      program,         supervislon         of the      intercollegiate          arhletlc      pro-
  intramurals and club sports. The Director is also responsible for                                                               Responsibilities:Responsible for all aspects of managing and                                                   gram. supervIsIon of the recreatlonal      programs lncludmg                                        the
  the management of the James J. McCann Recreation Center.                                                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                  coaching the UOP Women’ Volleyball Team; hiring and                                                            management        of the various Indoor and outdoor athletic                                       facllrtles
                                                                                                                                  supervision of assistant coaches: recruiting, conditioning and                                                    The Unlversrty     IS a member  of the North  Coast Athletic
  Requirements: An advanced degree is preferred; a bachelor’s                                                                     training team members; fund-raising, budget preparation,                                                       Conference           which       was       established        In 1984     and      offers    champton-
  degree is required along with a thorough           knowledge of                                                                 scheduling and travel arrangements,       with approval of the                                                 shop lntercolleglare competrtlon for women and men.
  intercolleqate athletics; demonstrated experience and achieve-                                                                  Director of Athletics; compliance with NCAA, PCAA Confe-                                                         Candidates should have substantial expenence In reaching.
  ment   in sports administration, staff, budget, facilities manage-                                                              rence, University of the Pacific and Department rules and                                                      coaching.        and       administration.          A doctorate           in physlcal        educatron          IS
  ment and public relations in a Division I program required.                                                                     regulations: developing and maintaining positive internal and                                                  preferred   Salary is commensurate   with qualrflcatlons     and
  Preference will be qiven to those individuals who have held the                                                                 external public relations; organizing and directing coaching                                                   expenence
  Athletic Director’ position at institutions of higher education.
                    s                                                                                                             clinics and summer sport camps (optional); and responsibility                                                     Starting date IS July 1.1985. Forward curnculum       vitae and
                                                                                                                                  for teaching in the academic and/or service program.                                                           names of three references to’
  The successful candidate must have a strong commitment to
  the student-athlete and maintain the highest standards and                                                                      Salary: Commensurate                    with experience and qualifications.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Secretary of the Unrverslty
  values in all intercollegiate and intramural programs for men
                                                                                                                                  Application DeadlIne: December                            14,1984.                                                               Case Western Reserve University
  and women.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Cleveland, Ohio 44106
  Starting Date: Spring semester, 1985.                                                                                           AppMcatian procedure:     Send letter of application,                                    current                  Deadline for appllcarions and nominations      is December I. 1984.
                                                                                                                                  resume, and three letters of recommendation    to:
  Submit letter of application, resume, salary hlstory and require                                                                                                                                                                                              An equal opportunny,                      afflrmatlve      action employer.
  ments by December 1, 1984, to:                                                                                                                  Dr. Carl R. Miller, Chair/Director of Athletics
                                                                                                                                                       Department of Physical Education,
                               Marc Adin                                                                                                            Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics
                        Director of Personnel                                                                                                                University of the Pacific
                             Marist College                                                                                                                Stockton, California 95211
                     Poughkeepsie, NY 12601                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY
                        An EO/AA Employer                                                                                           University of the Pacific is an Equal Opportunity                               Employer.                                     CLEVELAND, OHIO 44106
16    THE NCAA NEWS/November           19.1984

Division III needs a system of hiring that is equitable
By Gregg C. Popovich                                                      teaching more than just basketball (i.e., values, standards,                                        security and an opportunity to conduct business on equal
    Have tenure-track appointments in Division III become obso-           potential appreciation, humility, sacrifice, camaraderie, self-                                     ground with tenured faculty, while the college has the option to
lete? Each appears to be a rare phenomenon; many institutions             confidence, self-discipline, teamwork)?                                                             discontinue a contract rather painlessly. In a sense, this notion
argue that the appointment of coaches on a contract basis                    5. Are colleagues and faculty respectful of the coach and his                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                              could be considered the coach’ insurance policy since tenured
provides protectlon to the schools. “Protection”in this context           program?                                                                                            security is not availahle. It works as follows:
usually refers to protection from “burn out,” a term applicable              6. Is the coach mvolved in school governance and activities                                         I Hire on a two-year contract with no guarantees.
in individual cases but hardly a fair or accurate gencrali7ation          when possible? Is he willing to take on added responsibility?                                          2. If evaluation goes well, a second two-year contract is
for an entire department.                                                    It is apparent that the Division III coach must be a skilled                                     offered with no guarantees.
    The objective should be the establishment of a hiring system          person, not only in administering the basketball program. but                                          3. After a second evaluation, a five-year contract IS offered
that will satisfy the Division Ill athletics philosophy, allow the        also m never losing sight of the philosophical and developmental                                    with severance clause. For every year from now on, two months’
school flexibility in employment procedures and offer fairness            lessons of sport and becoming a vibrant part of the college                                         severance pay accrues for every year of service up to a limit of IX
to the coach. I feel the policy of maintaining a contract statf is        family. The tenured faculty member is asked to do no more than                                      to 24 months, if coach is released (certain circumstances would
tacitly unfair and contradicts and renders the Division III               this, yet receives a sccurc tuture.                                                                 force employees to forfeit severance pay).
athletics philosophy these schools ascribe to as meanmgless.                 This practice (contract hiring) inherently imposes “second-                                         This format provides the following:
This NCAA Division III philosophy states the followmg:                    class citizenship” upon an entire department. In a Division III                                        I An equitable system that more closely fits the Division 111
    “Colleges and universities m Division III place highest               setting where most coaches become (and are expected to                                              philosophy.
priority on the overall quality of the educational experience. In                                                                                                                2. Schools still are protected if they desire someone’         s
so doing, they seek to strengthen the integration of objectives            “This compromise position for nontenmd coaches                                                     dismissal; the process of letting someone go is much easier and
and programs in athletics with academic and developmental                                                                                                                     less expensive than with tenured members.
objectives, and to assure the integration of athletes with other           would include a severance-pay clause much like                                                        3. This system IS much cheaper in the long run than paying
students. To that end, the college places special importance on            those in business.. . the college has the option to                                                higher salaries on a yearly basis.
the impact of athletics on the participants rather than spectators,                                                                                                              4. Before a coach is released, institutions will take more time
 and greater emphasis on the internal constituency (students,              discontinue a contract rather painlessly”                                                          in evaluating that person and decide upon what criteria a coach
 alumni and special friends) than on the general public and its                                                                                                               is bring evaluated.
entertainment needs.”                                                     become) intimately involved in the activities of the school, this                                      5. If released, a coach will have a chance for a new start. This
     Does a contract appomtment serve this philosophy? When               contract position many times IS not regarded with the same                                          hecomes very important as age increases.
 the emphasis is placed upon the educational experience, the              respect, and the contracted person cannot always feel comforta-                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                 6. The coach’ position on campus may be more highly
 integration of athletics. academics and developmental objectives,        ble in expressing opinions that sometimes may not he agreeable                                      regarded, and opinions could be expressed more freely with no
 and the effect on participants, students, and alumni, a contract         to other faculty members-members          who may very well be                                      fear of reprisal (during future contract meetings, for instance). I
 seems inappropriate.                                                     involved in rating the contracted person. If these people are to                                    realize that even without tenure, a coach can accomplish this,
     What do these Division III contracts measure:’ How are               be hired as full members of the faculty with all privileges, then                                   hut the cnvironmcnt in which one operates should be philoso-
 coaches evaluated? The won-lost record is, many times, not the           &hey must be able to operate in an atmosphere of educational                                        phically sound and fair.
 primary evaluation point hut only considered along with several          freedom, not hound by the prejudices that can quickly arise if a                                       It is contradictory that many Division I11 institutions are
 others, such as:                                                                                                              s
                                                                          philosophical stance does not meet with a group’ approval.                                          adopting a philosophy of hiring that makes them look like
     I. Are players graduating on time and receiving the same                Although I feel that only the tenured position satisfies NCAA                                     Division I institutions. This is a great opportunity to stand
 academic opportunities other students receive?                           philosophy, I propose the following for admuustrators who shy                                       behind the NCAA philosophy and make a statement about the
     2. Does the coaching emphasis and overall operatmg proce-            away from the tenured position       it benefits the coach and the                                  educational process. A contract including a severance clause is
 dure reflect the values of the institution?                              institution. This compromise position for nontenured coaches                                        fair and prudent in satisfying institutional and employee goals.
     3. Is this coach a good teacher’?                                    would include a severance-pay clause much like those in                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                  Popovic,h is head men’ basketball c,oac,hat Pomona- Pitzer
     4. Do players feel the coach IS interested and committed to          business. Thus severancr clause atfords a coach financial                                            c.MegQs.

                       Elsewhere                                                          Two institutions                                                                           are reprimanded
                                                                                              Austin Peay State llnivrrsity and                    pubhcly rcpnmanded    and crnsured and admon-                                  2 Pnur ,<I the COIICIU~OII ot lhc probatwnary

                     tn Education                                                         Middle ‘ ennessec State University
                                                                                          have been publicly reprimanded and
                                                                                                                                                   nhed IU avwd d recurrence 01 sim&w wolationb
                                                                                                                                                   111the future
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              period 1,) ,ht\ ca\e. ,hc NCAA ,hall cr>nducl ,,n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Univcr,i,y’ ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ,ev,ew ol M~idlc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               a,hlctic\     puhuer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Icnncwx       S,a,c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         attd procedures
                                                                                          censured by the NCAA Committee                           Summary        uf violation\       of NCAA legislation              for    with rl view toward           deiermmmg         whether    the
                                                                                                                                                                Austin Peay Slate University
                                                                                          on Infractions for violations of NCAA                                                                                               uruverr,~y bar taken meamnylul                corrcct~vc    ac-

Congress boosts Pell Grant funding                                                        rules found primarily as a result of
                                                                                                                                                       I. NCAA
                                                                                                                                                                      ~‘on~r~tuuon         3-3-(a)-(I)
                                                                                                                                                                       I>uru,g the IYX I -X2 acildcm~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              rcquircmcnta       rcgardmg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  with NCAA acadenuc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 sat~sfaclory     progress:
   Before adjourning, Congress gave a healthy boost to Federal tlnancial aid to           audits conducted by the State Illivcr-                   tm\o I,c\          t,w,h.,ll     \,udcn-.,,hlc,c\            WCIT     cnr~~llrncn,    111 d minimum.         tullLtm7e ac:vicmlc
college students, increasing Pell Grant funding by I9 percent.                            sity and Community College System                        pcrrnrtled practice and compcllllve                 oppor,unmo             load. and rtpraled         academic courxs.
                                                                                                                                                   allhuugh lhc young men d,d no, meet an adju$lcd
   Funding for Pell Grants was increased by %S2Smillion to $3.3 billion for the           of Tennessee.                                                                                                                       Summary        of violations      of NCAA legislation              fur
                                                                                                                                                   adm~rwn        reqwemen,          that wit\ rcvixd Iotlwvmg
 IV&X6 school year. The incrcasc could result in an additional 200,000 grants.                A six-month probationary period                      the apptlrarm           and prwr 111,hclr enrollmen,                  ,n             Middle Tennessee Stale Ilniverbily
The maximum amount for individual grants was raised to $2, IO0 from last year‘   s        also was imposed upon Middle Ten-                        the unwcnily.                                                                  I NC‘    AA     Hylawu\ .%-(a)-(            I) and 3-4-(h)

$1,900. Currently. about 2.6 million collcgc students recrlve Yell Granrs.                nessee State University beginning                            2 NCAA          Conr,,,u,,on         3-3-(a)-(3)       and 3-1-        [our-ol-season        prac,1ce]         Iluring      the lYXl-X2
                                                                                                                                                   (b) [acadcrw          \,andardr]          Durmy pas, acadc-                and IYXZ-X3 acadcm~c years. membera ol the
   Peggy Smtrh, director of lcgislativc analysis for the American Council on              October 2Y. 1984, along with a rem                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              men’ basketball          coachme        \I& cunduc,ed            ou-
                                                                                                                                                   m,c year’ reve,at student-athlete\                     represented
Education, said, “Since wc‘ had several years of flat or rcducrd funding, these           quiremcnt that the NCAA review the                       the univcr\n,v           in ~ntercotleg,a,e compclltion                    of-reawn        practxe      sess,on,.       A then-gradualc

increases give needy students a fighring chance to not have IO worry whcthcr they                      s
                                                                                          university’ policies regarding satis-                    while enrolled m less than a lull-time                  program ot         as\,s,im,     basketball      coach d,s,r,bu,ed            prac,,ce

will be able to go to school or nof ”                                                     factory progress; enrollment in mini&                    academic studin z, a rcwl, of course withdrawal,                           cqupmcn,.        cwrd>na,ed         batlLh;,ndl,ngdrill\          and
                                                                                                                                                   tha, occurred dung              rhe period of lhc applicahtc               superwed        cond,,,omng         BCW~IICS mvotvmg             baa-
   Most other college student aid programs received slight incrcasrs.                     mum, full-time academic loads, and                                                                                                  ketball team membcn             m the umversity‘       a gymna-
   Although Smith said the incrcascs don’ make up for scvcral prcvlous years of
                                           t                                              repeated academic courses.                                   3 NCAA Cons,,tulion                34~(2)~(2)~(,v)[l,nan~              \~um. further. on a, least one ~xca\~<>n Ioltowmy

high interest rates, increased tuition and reductions in student aid, hhr said                The NCAA penalties wilt not affect                   aat aid]        [luring     the 19X0-X I academic year. a                  the 19X2-83 academic                 year. a ,hetl-arustan,
                                                                                          the eligibility of either institution to                  sludenlGathlc(c         rcccwed       Pelt grant funds tha,               basketball      coach ,nr,ruc,ed           team memherr             on
prospcctivc students should not bc discouraged from applying to schools, even                                                                       whcncomh,ned            w,h h,s,nw,ul,onal             aid reached        ,hc proper mccbrrucr           ot ,pcciClc hasketbatl drill,
expensive ones.                                                                           participate in postseason competition                                                                                               and, tinally, on several wca\ioor,               atben-assistant
                                                                                                                                                    a total (ha, exceeded the pcrmi,,,blc                      hrrll, to,
   The appropriation for the Guaranteed Student Loan is $3 billion. Funding for           or appear on television.                                  \uch ad under NCAA                 Icg~,la,icm.                           haskethalt coach partxipaled                ,n,nlorm;tl     pickup

the work-study program will be $592.5 million, the Supplemental Education                     Frank J. Remington, committrr                                                                                                   games wi,h ,cam members
                                                                                          chair, noted that although neither                                     Penally lo he impobed upon                                   2 NCAA         Conrtilulwn         3-I -(g)-(S) [cxlra hene-
Opportunity Grant WIII get $412.5 million and the National Direct Student Loan                                                                              Middle ‘   Tennessee Slate University                             tit>]     (a) Durmg ,be t,rs, wnear                   01 the 19X2-
program will get %I90 million                                                             case involved extensive violations.                           I, M~ddlc ‘ Itnneuee    State Univcr,,ty    shalt hc                   X3 acadcn,~         yea,, ,hc then head basketball
   Frank Balr. associate cxccutlve director of the National Institute for Indcpcn-        “the audits conducted by the State                        puhhcly    rrprmxinded     and ccnrurcd      and placed                   cc,act, let,, two studenl-athletes             a television at no

dent Colleges, said that from I080 to 1984, Federal asslstancc to students m               University and Community College                         on prohalnon for a per,od of bix month\. cltcclwc                         cost ,O rhc young me,,. and (b) lhroueh                            ,he
                                                                                           System for collegiate institutions in                    October      2Y. 19X4. it helng underr,ood           that                 arrangements         of a reprc\cn,a,,ve           ol the univer-
inflation-adjusted dollars dcclincd 24 percent.                                                                                                     \hould arty por,wn oi the penalty m thi, tax hc                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              stty’ athletic\ in,crc\L\. sruden-athletcb                  utitied
    But, hr said the incrcascs appropnated by Congress signal Ihal nrxl year. wbcn        Tennessee have assisted these NCAA                        SC, as,dc lor any re;,,,,n o,hcr lhan appropr,a,e                          ,hc wughl-lrarnmy           lac,l,,,c\     al a local a,hte,,cs
the financial aid authorizations come up for a 20-year renewal. Congress will              institutions in improving monitoring                     action 01 ,hc h\roc,alwn.        the penalty shell bc                     club du,mg the second \eme\,er of rhe 19112-X3

look favorably to providing additional funding.                                            systems to avoid future NCAA viola-                      ,ecunr,dcrcd     by the NCAA.                                              acadcmlc year a, nu cost 10 the young rnvn
                                                                                           tions.” Remington added that “the
                s           fair’
Higher education’ rating is ‘                                                              Committee on Intractions was satis-
    Commrntmg on a report commrssioncd by the National Institurc of Education
that gtves higher education m rhe United States only a fair hill of health,
                                                                                           fied that neither university Intention-
                                                                                           ally violated NCAA rules but con-
                                                                                           cluded that the audits did identify
Education Sccrctary Terre1H. Bell said, “No one should conclude WC are poorly
                                                                                           deficiencies that should he corrected.                  November I9                                           s            s
                                                                                                                                                                                        Division I Men’ and Women’ Cross Country Champion-
served” by the nation’ colleges and unlvrrsifies. Hc said colleges had not fallen
                                                                                           The committee appreciates the efforts                                                        ships, LJniversity Park, Pennsylvania
as far behind In providing quality education as clemcntary and secondary schools
                                                                                           of the State Umversity and Commun-
    He did say that hc had expected the report, suhmltted by a panel 01 seven                                                                      November 21                          Official Notice of the lYX5 Conventton mailed to NCAA
                                                                                           ity College System to assist in this
scholars. to render an even harsher verdict on the quality ot the naticrn’ nearly                                                                                                       member institutions
3,300 collcgcs and universities.
                                                                                               The following is a summary of each                   November 24-25                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                        Men’ Water Polo Championship, Long Beach, California
    The report. “Involvement in l.earnlng: Kealizing the Potrnt~al of American
                                                                                           case, Including the penalty imposed                      Decemhrr I                          Apphcation deadline for certification of summertime high
Higher Education,” makes 27 recommendations to improve undcrgraduatr rdu-
                                                                                            upon each institution and a summary                                                         school all-star football and basketball games
cation, Including a proposal that all students take al least two years of liberal arlc
                                                                                            ot violations found in each case.
courses even if they arc forrcd to spend more than tour years getting a hachrlor’   s                                                               December I or 2                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                    Division Ill Men’ Soccer Championship, campus site to
                                                                                                       Penally lo he impused ups
degree in business, nursing or other fields.                                                          Austin Pay Stale Univerrily                                                   be determined ,
    Kenneth Mortimer, professor at Pcnnsylvanla State University and chair of rhc            ,   /\uatln    rcay  State tln~vcr~,ty   rhall   bc
                                                                                                                                                    December 3                      Postgraduate Scholarship Committee, Kansas City, Mis-
panel ot scholars, said that collcgcs have “rhc opportunity and indeed the
obligation to concentrate on qualitative rather than quantitative growth.”
    In part, the report criticircs colleges for relying on part-tirnc profcxsors who
                                                                                          Next in the News                                          December 5-7                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                    Division I Men’ Basketball Committee, Dallas, Texas
occupy 41 pcrccnt ot all teaching posts, up tram 23 percent in lY66. II warns rhar           Part 3 of legislation to bc conw                       December 6-X                    Division III Football Committee, Kings Island, Ohio
students’ average test scores on the Graduate Kecord Examination have dropped             &red by the 19X5NCAA Convention.                          December 7-X                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                    Division II Women’ Volleyball Championship, Portland,
 in most ticlds smce 1964.                                                                   Championships results in Division                                                      Oregon
    It warned that freshmen are “ill-served by too many of our Institutions.          ”           s             s
                                                                                          I men’ and women’ cross country
    Several other higher education studlcs are expected within the next IX months.                                                                  December 7-X                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                    Division Ill Women’ Volleyball Championship, Elmhurst,
                                                                                          and men’ water polo.                                                                      Illinois
    A common thcmr among several reports, according to The Wall Street Journal,
 is that while many students pile up course credits and cam degrees, they don’       t       Championships previews in Divi-                        December 8                      Division II Football Championship, McAllen, Texas
 learn much of value.                                                                                            s
                                                                                          sions I and II women’ volleyball.
                                                                                                                                                    Deccmbcr 8                      Division Ill Football Championship, Kings Island, Ohio
    Some education specialists say the problem of quality of higher rducarion is             A story on the meeting of faculty
                                                                                                                                                    December 8 or                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                  9 Division II Men’ Soccer Championship, campus site to be
 largely due to the quadrupling of the number of college student5 since IY5O. That        athletics representatives at the 19X5
 increase, they say, created rapid and poorly controlled growlh ;tt many univcrsl-        Convention.
 ties, resulting in lack of consensus about what should be taught.                                                                                  December I I-12                      Executive Committee, Atlanta, Georgia

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