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                                                                                                                    Special events                                                                    Guest editorial                                                                                             Initial eligibility
December         18,1995                         Volume 32. No. 45
                                                                                                                    Proposal would                                                                    Crowley says                                                                                                Committee      chairs
                                                                            d                                       change procedure                                                                  restructuring  is the                                                                                       identify ways to
                                                                                                                    for granting con-                                                                 logical next step in                                                                                        assist operation    of
                                                                                                                    test exemptions                                                                   NCAA growth                                                                                                 clearinghouse

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          to $10 million
   The NCAA Executive Committee                NCAA will direct a total of $70 million                                          tion of the program is conducted by                                      The Association also recently has                                                      ships (degree-completion                  and post-
approved a pair of actions at its De-          to the specialLassistance fund, which                                            the conferences.                                                      increased the amount of money dim                                                         gradUa&?)       annU~ly.

cember 7-8 meeting that will result in         will be an increase of $49 million (233                                             The Executive Committee took the                                   relted toward the academic-enhance-                                                           In another major action, the Execu-
significantly more money for student-          percent) over what would have been                                               action after reviewing a report from                                  ment fund to $15,250,000 per year,                                                        tivc Committee    agreed to distribute
athletes and institutions in Division I.       provided without the change.                                                     a focus group studying student-ath-                                   meaning that $106,750,000 will be                                                         $18 million in excess revenues to the
   Effective with this fiscal year, the            The special-assistance fund, which                                           lete benefits. It also agreed to appoint                              spent for that purpose between now                                                        Division I membership in January. Of
committee voted to raise the annual            is distributed to Division I conferences                                         a special committee that will report by                               and the 2001-02 fiscal year. Combi-                                                       that amount, half will be distributed
outlay for the special-assistance fund         every August, is designed to help Di-                                            May on questions such as which stu-                                   ning the two funds, the NCAA will                                                         through the provisions of the basket-
from $3 million to $10 million. That           vision 1 student-athletes with special                                           dent-athletes should have access to                                   spend $17S,7.50,000 on direct, non-                                                       ball fund, while the other half will be
means between now and the time the             financial needs. Although the NCAA                                               the special-assistance fund and ways                                  repayable benefits to student-athletes                                                    distributed through the grants-in-aid
Association’ current contract with CR!
             s                                 identifies the permissible uses of the                                           through which the overall use of the                                  between now and 2001-02. The NCXA
expires after the 2001-02 fiscal year, the     special-assistance fund, administra-                                             fund could be expanded.                                               also awards $1.4 million in scholar-                                                                                 See Fund,       page 9 l

                                                                                                                                                                                                      Championships     facing
                                                                                                                                                                                                      discontinuation   are
                                                                                                                                                                                                      focus of proposals
                                                                                                                                                                                                          This ic thffth   of six a&k    on kg&-                                                demic year. The Council and Prcsi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ,!attim that IU bea submit&d fur the Wth                                                  dents Commission oppose this pro-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      annunl NCAA Gmuen.tti.Januu?y          610                                                posal. The Executive Committee also
                                                                                                                                                                                                      in Dullac. This installment features the                                                  opposed the proposal originally, but
                                                                                                                                                                                                      eight propayalc of the chnm~hips/hl                                                       voted during its December meeting to
                                                                                                                                                                                                      gama grouping, jive proposals of thegen-                                                  withdraw its opposition if the sponsors
                                                                                                                                                                                                      era1 grouping and three proposals of tk                                                   of the IO-year and Olympic-sports
                                                                                                                                                                                                      pprstm~~l grouping.                                                                       championships legislation would with-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                draw their proposals.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Rr~posaJs seeking to preserve cham-                                                       Another proposal, opposed by the
                                                                                                                                                                                                      pionships threatened with discontin-                                                      Exrcutive         Committee          and Council,
                                                                                                                                                                                                      uation due to lack ofspon sponsorship                                                     seeks to enact a moratorium            on any
                                                                                                                                                                                                      are featured in the championships/                                                        reduction of field size in NdtiOIlal       ( hl-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      bowl games grouping of legislation for                                                    Iegiare championships in men’ and       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                      thr 1996 Convention.                                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                women’ skiing, rifle and fencing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         The proposals to preserve champi-                                                         The Council has joined member
                                                                                                                                                                                                      onships would:                                                                            institutions as cosponsor of a proposal
                                                                                                                                                                                                         n Retain all championships that are                                                    to create what would become the As-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      at least 10 years old, regardless of spon-                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                sociation’ 8 1st ChaJnpiOrlship      -    a Na-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      sorship, unless the membership votes                                                      tional Collegiate championship in we
                                                                                                                                                                                                      to discontinue a sprcifir champion-                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                men’ crew. The emerging sport now
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ship. The NCAA Council and Presi-                                                         is sponsored I)y rnough institutions to
                                                                                                                                                                                                      dcnrs Commission are joining the                                                          pcnllir     CrcatiOIl      Of a ChampkJnshi~J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      NUA Fxrrutive Committcr in oppos-                                                            Other proposals involving c ham-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ing Ihe proposal.                                                                         pionships:
                                                                                                                                                                                                          W Ketain all ch;irrlI’ iorlshiI)s    in                                                  HA mrasure empowering the Exe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Olympic sports, regardless of span-                                                       cutive <i~mrriitlee to return net receipts
                                                                                                                                                                                                      sorship, unless the mrmbe&iip         votes                                               from championships that are endan-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      10 discontinue a specific sport. This                                                     gcrcd by lack of sponsorship or that
                   -    Travis Roy (No. IO) of the University of Wuconsin, Madtion, tties to work the                                                                                                 proposal also is opposed.                                                                 are created for emerging sports dircct-
    Feet first
                                                                                                                                                                                                          W Extend the current moratorium                                                       ly to schools sponsoring those cham
    ball past a sliding Craig Jeidy of Duke University during the NCAA Division I Men’ Soccer                                                                                                         on the discontinuarion        of champi-                                                  pionships’ sports, rather than to the
    Chumpionship. Wwconsin won the chumpionshifi in its first trip to thefinals. Seesto’ page 9.                                                                                                      onships kd&ng      stirient sponsorship
                                                                                                                                                                                                      for one year, through the 1(99%99aca-                                                                      See Proposals,           page 14 l

 Morehead                                     s
                                         State’ Eaglin appointed                                                                                                                             to Presidents                                                                                 Commission
   Ronald G. Eaglin, president of Morehead                  of Coastal Carolina Uni-                                                                                                 During the early 1’970s.he served z Southeast                                                     retention, leadership and academic advisement.
State University, has been appointed to the                 versity. He currently serves                                                                                          regional director of the American College Test-                                                      He also chaired a Fulbright High Commission
NCAA Presidents Commission.                                 as president of the Ohio                                                                                              ing (ACT) Progmm.                                                                                    delegation that presented a seminar on accred-
   He replaces Kala M. Stroup as the Division               Valley Conference.                                                                                                       Eaglin also is active in the American Asso-                                                       i&on and self-study for higher education rep
I-AA Central representative on the Commission.                 He became president at                                                                                             ciation of State Colleges and Universities as a                                                      resentatives in Cyprus.
Stroup, former president of Southeast Missouri              Morehead State in 1992.                                                                                               member of its board of directors. He has served                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Eaglin earned a bachelor’ degree in biole
State University, recently was appointed corn-              He also has served as vice-                                                                                           on numerous AASCU committees and current-                                                            gy and mathematics at Southeast Missouri State;
missioner of higher education for the state of              chancellor for academic                                                                                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                  ly is involved in the association’ national stu-                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       a master’ degree in student personnel admin-
Missouri.                                                   affairs at the University of                                                                                          dent-retention project.                                                                              istrarion at Southern Illinois University, Car-
   Eaglin previously served on the Commission               South Carolina at                                                                                                        He frequently serves as a consultant and often                                                    bondale; and a doctorate in educational psy-
during 1991 and 1992, while he was president                Spartanburg.                                                                           Eaglin                         presents workshops for colleges on student                                                           chology at the University of Utah.
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Schedule                     of key dates for
December                       and January

                                                                                                         A weekly summary                    of major activities within the Association

                                                                                    Sponsorship                                        of team                         sports,                      1995-96
                         DECEMBER                                                                90                                                                                            Division              I
                       RECRUITING                                                                80
              Man’ Division
                   s                      I basketball                                           70
 t-3 I: Quiet period, except for 20 days betweer                                                 60 E-
November 16.1995. and March I5,I996. selected at rhc
discretion of the institution and designated In writing ir
the dice of the dimctor of athltics: Evaluation period.”
           Woman’  s       Division           I basketball*
 I-3 I : Quiet period, except 20 days between October
8. 1995, and February 29. 1996. selected at the discre
tion of the institution and designated in writing in the
office of the director of athletics: Evaluation period.*
              Men’ Division              II basketball
Until the date of the prospect’ initial high-school 01
two-year college contest: Quiet period.The period be
tween the prospect’ initial and final high-school OI
two-year college contests: Evaluation period.                                                   100
           Women’ s       Division           II basketball*                                      90                                                                                            Division              II
Until the date of the prospect’ initial high-school 01
                                           s                                                     80
two-year college contest: Quiet period.The period be                                             70
tween the prospect’ initial and final high-school 01                                             60
two-year college contests: Evaluation period.
                     Division         I football
                 High-school             prospects
December I, 1995. through February 3.1996. is a con
tact period, except for the periods noted below. Sevel        contacts per prospective student
athlete shall be permitted during this period, with no
 more than one permItted in any one calendar wee1
 (Sunday through Saturday) or partial calendar week:
 December 24. 1995~January I, I996......Dead period
January 7 and January I I, I996 _____________.period         Quiet
January 8 thmugh January IO. I996 . . . . ..Dead period
                Junior     college         prospects
  I -I 6 .____________.....__...................................... period
                                                             Quiet period
  I7 _._____._________.__..............................................
  IS-2 I .__________................................................... period
                                                             Quiet period
 22 ___.__._____________..............................................
 23 _.__._..___________....,...................................... period
 24-3 I. ______._____..______.........................................
                                                              Dead period
                     Division        II football
  I-3 I : Contact period, except for 7 a.m. December I I
 thmugh 7 a.m. December 20 for two-year college pros
 pects and their educational institutions (dead period).

             Men’ Division           I basketball
 l-3 I: Quiet period, except for 20 days betwee
November 16.1995. and March 15.1996, selected at th
discretion of the institution and designated in writing i
the office of the director of athletics: Evaluation period?
          Women’  s      Division        I basketball*
 I-3 I : Quiet period, except 20 days between Octobe                                                                                   for gmduate srudy - 10 ethnic minority and 10
8. 1995, and February 29. 1996, selected at the discre                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                       women’ - will be awarded. Also, nine one-
tion of the institution and designated in writing in th                                                                                year intern positions at the NCAA national
office of the director of athletics: Evaluation period.*                                                                               office will be filled. The deadline for both the
             Men’ Division
                  s                  II buketball                                Executive Committee     approves                                                                            Administrative   Committee
                                                                                                                                       scholarship    and internship     applications is
The period between the prospect’ initial and Onal higt
                                                                                 special-assistance fund expansion                     February 15, 1996.                                    discusses question involving            ACT
school or two-year college contests: Evaluation perioc
          Women’ s       Division       II basketball‘                              The NC&4 Executive Ckxnrnitree      voted at its     Staff contact: Stanley D. Johnson                      The NCAA Administrative       CoJnmittee, act-
The period between the prospect’ initial and final higt
                                           s                                     December 7-8 meeting to raise the annual out-                                                               ing for the Council, reviewed at its December
school or two-year college contests: Evaluation perioc                                                                                                                                       6 meeting the action of the Council in August
                                                                                 lay for the special-assistance fund horn $3 mil-
                    Division      I football
                                                                                 lion to $ IO million. ‘ hc change means that
                                                                                                         l‘                                                                                  that established the use of a sum scxxr for the
 December I, 1995. through February 3.1996. is a car
                                                                                 between now and the time the Association’     s                                                             ACT, rather than an average.
tact period, except for the periods noted below. Sew      contacts per pmspective studen                        current contract with CBS expires after the                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                The Council’ adoption of the sum score set
                                                                                                                                       AFCA development     program                          68 as the minimum ACT standard for initial eli-
 athlete shall be permitted during this period, with nc                          2001-02 fiscal year, the NCAA will direct a total
 more than one permitted in any one calendar wee                                 of $70 million to the special-assistance fund.        to include ethics component                           gibility. Some have claimed that the minimum
 (Sunday through Saturday) or partial calendar week
                                                                                     In another major action, the Executive                A professional    development     series at the   standard should be 66 in order to be consistent
 December 24. I995-January I, I996......Dead perioc                                                                                                                                          with an ACT average score of 16.5 (previously,
                                                                                 Committee agreed to distribute $18 million in         national convention of the American Football
January 7 and January I I, I996 _.____________periocQuiet
                                                                                 excess revenues to the Division I membership          Coaches Association January 7-10 in New               prospects were permitted to round such a score
January 8 through January IO. I996 . . .. ..Dead perloc
                    Division      II football                                    in January. Of that amount, half will be distrib      Orleans will include a segment on ethics and          up to 17).
                                                Contact perioc
  I-3 I ____________________......................................                uted through the provisions of the basketball        leadership for coaches.                                   The Administrative     Committee agreed to
                                                                                 fund, while the other half will be distributed            The program is an outgrowth of the meet-          review the issue with the Council at its pre-
                                                                                 through the grants-in-aid and sports-sponsor-         ings of the NCAA Presidents Commission                Convention meeting and consider how the ini-
                                                                                  ship funds.                                          Committee       on Sportsmanship       and Ethical    tial-eligibility waiver procedure might apply.
                                                                                     For more information,     see page 1.             Conduct in Intercollegiate Athletics.                     Staffcontact: Daniel T. Dutcher.
                                                                                     Staff contacts: Tricia Bork and Frank E.              AFCA members attending the convention
                                                                                  Marshall.                                            will be able to enroll in the AFCA Professional
                                                                                                                                       Developmenl Series, which will consist of 10
                                                                                                                                       hours of selected lectures. Among the areas of
                                                                                                                                       emphasis are ethics and leadership, media rela-
       Briefly                                           Page 3                                                                                                                              Three committees      chairs
                                                                                                                                       tions, personal and professional growrh and
                                                                                                                                       life skills for student-athletes.                     discuss clearinghouse    operation
       Administrative                                                            Applications         now available                        Although the series is targeted for coaches          Chairs of three NG4A committees focused
       Committee minutes                                              3
                                                                                 for minority,             s
                                                                                                      women’ programs                  who have been in the profession for three             on rhe operation of the NCAA Initial-Eligibility
                                                                                    Applications for the 1996-97 NCAA Ethnic-          years or less, all AFCA members may partici-          Clearinghouse at a recent meeting.
       Comment                                                        4
                                                                                 Minority and Women’ Enhancement
                                                                                                        s                 Scho-        pate.                                                    For more information,    see page 20.
                                                                   20            larrhips and Internships are now available.               For more information,      contact the AFCA at       Staffcontacts: Daniel T. Dutcher and Robert
       Legislative Assistance
                                                                                    Twenty $6,000 nonrenewable    scholarships         817/776-3744.                                         A. Oliver.
December       18.1995                                                                                The NCAA News                                                                                                                    Page 3

H Briefly                     in the News                                                                                                                                            n Facilities
                                                                                                                                                                                        The Savannah College of Art and De-
W illiams wins                                                                                                                                                                       sign announced that, in WOpcrdtiOIl     with
                                                                                                                                                                                     two local partners, it has made a contri-
                                                                                                                                                                                     bution to help the Savannah (Georgia)
it all for ‘                                                                                                                                                                         Housing Authority renovate its recreation
                                                                                                                                                                                     center. A new multipurpose playing sur-
   When Williams College was c r-owned N<jZA                                                                                                                                         face rcccntly was installed, replacing the
Division III men’ soccer champion in No-
                     s                                                                                                                                                               original concrete floor, which caused
vcmhcr,     the team  had rnuc~1 111oI‘ to relebrale
                                         c                                                                                                                                           concern because of the potential for
than winnmg its first national title. The squad                                                                                                                                                              The collcgc also
                                                                                                                                                                                     injury to participants. ‘
reached its ultimate goal this season, winning                                                                                                                                       announced that it will provide a number
it all fr,r rheir “Gipper,” Matt Stauffer, who                                                                                                                                       of spans clinirs al the renter for youth
learned shortly before the season Ihal he has                                                                                                                                        in public housittg during the ;I( atlemic
leukemia.                                                                                                                                                                            year. Savannah A&D also will play scvcral
   Days after returning from a training trip to                                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                     women’ volleyball games there next sea-
Ireland in August, Stauffcr was diagnosed with                                                                                                                                       SVll.
Ihe disease. “It was just a routine blood test,”                                                                                                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                       St. John’ University     (Minnesota)
Stauffer told the Bostort Globe. “There were no                                                                                                                                      received ;I gift ot $1 million from William
symptoms.”                                                                                                                                                                           E. and Virginia Clemens of St. Cloud,
   Thus, the team lost Stauffer ~ one of Wil-                                                                                                                                        Minnesota, which will help fund im-
                                                                                                                                                                                     prOVCJIlCIl~S      in   the              S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    UniVerSity’   athleh
liams’ most vital players and a lricaptain - be-
fore he could begin his senior season.                                                                                                                                               facilities. The gift supports a $6.5 million
   Stauffer’ teammates met at the start of the                                                                                                                                       facility-improvement      plan that includes
 1995 season and decided to play it for him.                                                                                                                                         renovation of the football stadium, con-
                                                            Tool time - Wendy Hurst and other membersof the University of Alabu-                                                     struction of a new all-weather outdoor
Before each match, Williams players gathered
for a few moments of silence that coach Mike                                        s
                                                            mu, Huntsville, women’ softball teamjoined Huntsville citizens in building                                               track, renovation and remodeling of the
Russo would break with a simple phrase, “Re-                Kiok’ S@e, a multilevel children :r pk~y area that enableschildren with special                                          Warner Palacstra, and construction of a
member the mate.”                                                                                                                                                                    new all-purpose field house. The gift is in
                                                            needsand various abilities to enjoy the equi)nnent. The Alabama-Huntklk     so@                                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                     honor of legendary St John’ football
   ‘We realized the season was for Matt,“junior
                                                            ball team sfxnt more than five hours with hundreds of other voluntems who                                                coach John Gagliardi, who is second only
forward Brad Murray said. “He was the heart
and soul of the team. He was the most fit and               worked over a five-duy period hauling, drilling, nailing und building.                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                     to Gambling State University’ Eddie
most driven player during our trip to Ireland. I                                                                                                                                     Robinson in career college coaching vic-
know he’ going to beat it.
             s                                                                                                                                                                       tories with 325.
   “He’ got his fight ahead of him, but he won’      t   feated and win the national    championship,           I      n “Ball in your court” - tennis                                   Members of the Kiwanis Club of-
be fighting alone. We’ be there for him.”
                           ll                            will beat leukemia.”                                          n “Ballpark figure” - baseball                                COhnbUS,      Mississippi, are donating mate-
   Stauffer was with his teammates for their                                                                           n “Behind the eight ball” ~ billiards                         rials and their time to help give the soft-
crowning moment, a 2-1 championship victory                                                                            n “Calls the shots” - target shooting                         ball field at Mississippi University for
over Methodist College November 19. In the
                                                          NCAA           Council       reunion                         n “Par for the course” - golf                                 Women a facelift- Two new dugouts and a
semifinals one day before, Williams prevdikd                Alumni of the N<;AA Council are invited to                 A free copy of the booklet can be obtained                    backstop fcncc already have been con-
in a shootout, 6-5, agditlSt Muhlenberg College.         the mountains of Idaho next summer for a lit-              from Carol Feder, SCMA, 200 Castlewood Drive,                    structed. None of the Kiwanis members is
   “That was one of the worst clays I’ve had yet,”       tle sun and fun.                                           Nonh Palm Beach, Florida 33408; fax 4X37/86%                     a professional carpenrer or builder. “It’    s
Stouffer said. “Seeing them win like that, I got            Claiming “No serious business alloweci” cur-            8984.                                                            been a real flcn project,” said Warren
upset and srarted asking questions, saying, Why          rent and former Council members will meet on                                                                                Cardncr, a longtime Kiwanis member and
                                                         their own July 6-Q in Sun Valley, Idaho. The                                                                                                                    rc
                                                                                                                                                                                     an avid MUW softball fan. “Wc’ all real-
me, why me?’ I went hack to my hotel room and
meditated. It felt so wrong that the experience          agenda includes barbecue, a golf tournament
                                                                                                                     Preserving the Orange                                           ly happy to help the softball prorgram
WdS being taken away from me. But I don’ feel   t        and other good-time events.                                   $TdcUSe    University Chancellor Kenneth k                    and have er$Jycd the cornpariiOrlship.”
that way very often.”                                       Interested alumni can contact Karen L. Mil-             Shaw has decided not to put the squeeze on the
   Stauffer has undergone two in a series of five        ler at California State Polytechnic University,                       s
                                                                                                                    insritution’ mascot, “Otto die Ordngc,”      reject-
scheduled chemotherapy treanneng. With much
of the battle still left to fight, Stauffer already is
                                                         Pomona; tclephonc 909/869-2810.                            ing a recommendation from an 18metnber com-
                                                                                                                    mince to adopt a wolf as the university mascot.
                                                                                                                                                                                     W Milestones
claiming victory over the cancer.                                                                                       “I am convinced that tile majority opinion on
    “My own ability to win, tny knowledge of how
                                                          Popular vernacular                                        and off campus favors retaining the Orange,”                         Incama~c Word College r1lc11’s basket-
to win, will save me in the end,” he said. “Over           PhrdSeS   corrlmonly used in association with            Shaw told The Associated Press. “Though some                     ball coach Danny Kaspar won his 1OOrh
the past few years, I’ been taught by the
                            ve                                             s
                                                         some of America’ most popular sports have                  might say we sacrifice a more powerful image                     game Novcmbcr 14. K&par is in his fifth
Williams soccer PrOgTdm         how to win. Winning      made their way into everyday speech. To prove              with rhis decision, I believe that, with the                     season   at the college.

is not easy, but I know how it’ done. That is
                                     s                   it, the Sporting Goods Manufacturers      Asso-            Orange, we retain a unique position in rolle-                        Two Emory University coaches reached
why I will return to Williams next year to finish        ciation (SGMA) and Culture to Culture, a New               giate athlerics.”                                                the lOO-vi<tory milestone during the fall
my career.                                               Mexicc>based marketing and management con-                     Otto the Orange has served as the universi-                  spans season. suzann e Garland won her
    “These guys tell me that I’ their inspiration,
                                  m                      sulting organization,   teamed up to publish                  s
                                                                                                                    ty’ mascot since the late 197Os, when Syracuse                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                     100th women’ volleyball match and Mike
but they are mine. The same way that they over-          “Sports: Communicating     in the USA.”                    retired its predecessor - the Saltine Warrior.                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                     Rubesch captured his 100th men’ sorter
came the loss of their tricaptain IO go unde-                The book offers such sayings as:                                            ~    Corn~i~d tg Kondd     D. Mott          victory.

Contest-exemption                                                    proposal                         seeks several                                     results                                      The NCAA News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   [ISSN 0027-6 1701
   A 1996 Convention proposal that would change             athletes, institutions and sponsors.                               exemptions are scheduled before or afier defined
the way the Association grants exemptions from                 The chair of the committee that recommended                     playing seasons.                                                      Published weekly, except biweek-
contest limitations to various events has multiple          the proposal suggests that the foremost motive may                    A variety of groups - including the Postseason
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ly in the summer, by the National
motives.                                                    be to stop what some regard a$ an “undermining” of                 Football Subcommittee of the NCAA Special Events
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Collegiate   Athletic Association,
   It proposes IO establish for the first time criteria                                         s
                                                            the NCAA Presidents Commission’ reform agenda                      Committee, Division I conference commissioners
                                                                                                                                                                                                     620 I College Boulevard, Over-
for granting such exemptions in Division I. It seeks           Pacific-10 Conference Commissioner Thomas                       and the NCAA Council - expressed conrem ahour
                                                                                                                                                                                                     land Park, Kansas 6621 l-2422.
to replace a sometimes politicized          process of      C. Hansen, chair of the NCAA Special Committee                     rhat trend, prompting formation of the Sperial
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Phone 9 I 3/339- 1906. Subscrip-
approval - in which Convention delegates must               to Review Contest Exemptions, said the proposal                    Committee to Review Contest Exemptions early this
                                                                                                                                                                                                     tion rate: $24 annually prepaid;
vote on requests for exemptions ~ with a certifica-         seeks to restore some integrity to limitations on play-            year.
                                                            ing seasons that were enacted by the Association                                                                                         $15 annually prepaid for junior
tion procedure administered by an NCAA com-
                                                                                                                               Recommendations                                                       college and high-school     faculty
mittee. It attempts to simplify the Association’    s       at the urging of the Commission in 1991.
increasingly complicated playing-and-prdctice-sea-             The number of events seeking exemptions from                      The propod      that   resulted from the special com-               members and students; $12 an-
sons legislation. And it seeks to ensure that rhe           contest-limit legislation has increased annually                                                                                         nually prepaid for students and
event5 remain beneficial to all involved - student-         since then. A number of the events that have won                                             See Exemptions,      page 7 l               faculty at NCAA member insti-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     tutions; $74 annually for foreign
                                                                                                                                                                                                     subscriptions.   For first-class up-
n Administrative                                         Committee                         minutes                                                                                                   grade, forward an additional $50
                                                                                                                                                                                                     (except foreign orders). No re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     funds on subscriptions.       Second-
                                                                                         form,   as   oppnsrd to irl person.
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n Comment
                                                                 Minority                            issues also exist in Division                                                                                III
               The NCAA News                                     BY MAlTHEW          J. ROBINSON
                                                                 ALLENTOWN COLLEGE OF ST FRANCIS DE SALES           racism” in itself. If Division III practices r;l-      playing fields in later years.
   Editokn-chief                  The Comment       section                                                         cism, why is it not the target of the Rainbow              Finally, individuals interested in careers
      David Pickle                of The NCAA News is                The Rainbow Commission for Fairness            Commission? Why is there not more effort               in college athletics tend to gravitate toward
   Managing         editor        offered as a page of           in Athletics’ recent study was conducted           made to integrate at the administrative and            the division at which they competed.
      Jack L. Copeland
                                  opinion. The views do          with good intention. The commission is             paxticipation levels? Where are the thre3Ls            Hence, you have a great number of minori-
   Assistant       editor
      Vikki K. Watson             not necessarily repre-         concerned about the exploitation          of the   of boycotts and protests?                              ties attempting to return to Division I after
   Editorial       and            sent a consensus of the        black athlete, as well as the limited career          On the other hand, it also could be ar-             competing there. The low participation lev-
      advertising assistant       NCAA     membership.           opportunities for minorities.                      gued that African-American        students and         els for African-Americans     at Division III is
      Ronald D. Mott                                                 Division I institutions served as the pop-     professionals are not taking advantage of              probably the source of the low represen-
                                                                 ulation for the study, and thcsc institutions      the educational, athletics and career oppor-           tation at the leadership level.
                                                                 are usually the frame of reference for the         tunities offered at Division III institutions.             Many of’  the leaders of Division III ath-
                                                                 debate on the issue of fairness lo minori-         Division III athletics offer an environment            letics departments were exposed to Divi-
                                                                 ties in college athletics. Divisions II and III    that does not encourage the exploitation               sion III as athletes and remained at the lev-
                                                                 institutions, which constitute the majority        of the athlete for the financial gain of the           el to becon1e coaches and administrators.
0 Guest                      editorial                           of the NC& membership, as usual have
                                                                 been left on the sidelines despite the fact
                                                                                                                    institution. The emphzis at Division III is
                                                                                                                    on academics and, although taken seri-
                                                                                                                                                                           To attract more minorities to Division 111
                                                                                                                                                                           institutions, there need (0 be more role
                                                                 that minorities at these divisions may be          ously, athletics take a back seat.                     models in leadership positions at Division
History demonstrates                                             subjected to the same racism.
                                                                     A recent study I completed on NCAA
                                                                                                                       This philosophy is fostered by athletics
                                                                                                                    and institutional leaders who recognize the
                                                                                                                                                                           111institutions. Thus the cycle begins.
                                                                                                                                                                               Division III all1letics are nor in the
                                                                 Division I11 athletics directors reveded that      uniqueness of the Division III rxperirnc e             national spotlight. This could explain it
that change is good                                              Division I is not the only division with low       and pass this pl1ilosopl~y on to the adllctrs.         being ovcrlookcd by the Rainbow Com-
                                                                 minority representation in leadership and             There are need-based financial aid pack-            mission. Division 111 athletics has its own
                                                                 administrative     positions. The study ind&       ages and minority scholarships available               identiry, and it is a vinuous one. 11is at>out
                                                                 cated that only 2.8 percent (114) of the 215       to 3 studenr-athlete. An athletirs scholiir-           cliampior~i~ig the values for which sport
   In 1!173, the current three-division NCAA                     athletics directors participating in the study     ship is not the only access to college for 3           has stood.
structure was adopted at the Association’ first                  wcrc African-American. There are no d;lta          minority. Potential studen-athletes        who             Division III athletics olfers thr oppor-
special Convention. This action to federate                      on minority participation rates in Division        are minorities need to be made aware of                tunity for competition wirhoul cxploiration
                                                                 III, but from personal observation and dis-        these opportunities     and encouraged by              and the potential car-err opponunities        in
our organization was taken to group institu-                     c ussion with others in 111~  Division III rnvi-   advisors and fhmily lo pursue them.                    span that African-Americans seek. Rcrncm
tions with comparable athlct-                                    ronmcnt, one could spcculatc that the Af-             Yes, athletes may liavc to give up the              ber, Division I does not have a monopoly
its programs and similar                                         rican-American       representation   in sports    dreams of bright lights and national tete-             on college athletics.
commitments to such pro-                                         may be tower than the representation of            vision audiences, but it is those bright lights
grams. Five years later, legis-                                  the overall l~opulatiot~.                          that are at the root of the exploitation of
                                                                     One could argue that Division 111 is, to       the athlete. Besides, there are more impor-
lation was adopted that fe-
                                                                 use.JesseJackson’ phrase, “3 basrion of            tant dreams to be pursued away from the
derated Division I into sub-
divisions. This action again
was taken for competitive                                        17 Opinions
and legislative purposes.
   Roth of these actions were
the result of a need to devel-         crowlq                    Autonomy                          good to a point, but all learn from sharing
op a more efficient system to
address the changing conditions in intercol-                     Judith    M. Sweef      director    of athletics                             I~I   if you lake a number of scholarships away from a school, it’ s
                                                                 University      of California,     San Diego                                 difficult to continue the program at the same level that you might
legiate athletics. History shows us that these
                                                                 Former      NCAA       president                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                              warlt to. We feel it’ a significant penalty that may have more of
actions provided the NCAA with a gover-                          The lntercollegiote Athletic Forum                                           an effect than a ban on television or bowls.”
nance structure that has allowed our Asso-
                                                                    “It is anticipated that there will be several legislative proposals
ciation to meet the diverse needs of the mem-                    at Ihe I!)!)6 NCAA Convention that could change the drcision-                James T.“Pete”    Boone,               director      of athletics
bership. Thus, this proacfive change initiated                   making process within the Association. If the proposals are passed,          University  of Mississippi
by our membership in the mid-1970s has                           the role of chief executive officers will be strengthened and each           Memphis Commercial Appeal
allowed this Association to prosper during                       division will be given more autonomy. Both of these measures                     “I am concerned because 1 think the NCAA has a lot of rredi-
                                                                 should enhance decision-making.                                              bility problems throughout   its member institutions   on how they
the past 20 years.
                                                                    “I hope, however, that we do not become so autonomous that                                                               re
                                                                                                                                              handle things. Youjust never know what you’ getting when you
   Once again, changing conditions in inter-                     we lose the benefit of interaction among colleagues from differ-             deal with them. Even their rules: you get different interpretations
collegiate athletics have caused us to consider                  ent divisions and with differing professional responsibilities. It is                                   s
                                                                                                                                              from their own people. It’ very confusing.”
ways to revise or enhance the system we use                      important that we maintain the opportunity to share with, and
to conduct our Association’ business. As the
                             s                                   learn from, each other.
                                                                    “As we prepare for change, regardless of the nature ofthe
                                                                                                                                              Initial-eligibility               standards
immediate past president of the NCAA and
                                                                 change, we cannot lose sight of the fact that people will be impact-         Gary   Wilson,    head track and field coach
as the chair of the Oversight Committee on                                                                                                    University     of Minnesota,Twin   Cities
                                                                 ed by doing things differently. Involving people in the process
the NC&4 Membership Structure, I strongly                        early on helps reduce potential negative reaction to ‘       surprises’         “It has become more and more evident over the p3St few years
encourage you to adopt the membership                            and allows individuals to feel some ownership and responsibili-              that many of the NCAA presidents and conferences are propos
restructuring proposal (1996 NG4A                                ry for decisions that are made. Providing an atmosphere that pro-            ing legislation that really hurts many of the student-athletes. It is
Qnvention       Proposal No. 7) to effectuate                    motes the right attitude is crucial. Recognize that change is not            time to unite and to litigate, if necessary, to preserve student-ath-
                                                                 always easy for people; rather, encourage them to be open to                 letes’ constitutional rights.”
new changes to this system.
                                                                 identifying and making appropriate changes. Promote under-
   I have been associated with the restructur-                   standing that things may have to be done differently than in the
ing discussions that have evolved during the                     past. Be proactive. Identify appropriate changes. Implement those
                                                                                                                                              State lotteries
last several years. During this time, numerous                   changes. Enjoy the opportunities resulting from new ways.”                   Sen. Paul    Simon.       D-Illinois
suggestions have been offered and many                                                                                                        Newsday
models have been considered. The plan that                                                                                                      lkuaing      Ihe +romntion      of state lotterie:
                                                                 Religion         and sports                                          “If the State of Colorado or the State of Illinois had a billboard
has evolved is the product of widespread par-                                                                                      promoting the smoking of cigarettes to get revenue, we would be
                                                                 Naomi     Gitting,   attarney
ticipation. It has taken shape through months                    National     School    Boards Association                         offended. Arid yet, the state of Illinois will have a
of serious negotiation and accommodation. I                      Religion News Setice                                              impoverished areas...that says ‘  This is your way out’ in advertis
honestly believe this plan provides the NCAA                        “There is a constitutional   problem with coaches promoting    ing the lottery.
with the best system to address the challenges                   religious activities. Students perceive them to be somebody ~011~    “No, this is not our way out. Our way out is education. < )ur way
                                                                 netted with the school and as someone with authority. I don’    t out is hard work. Those are the things that we ought to be stress
facing our Association and the issues that
                                                                 think at1y school can get away with them actually leading prayers ing.”
linger on the horizon in each division.                          or anything even close to that.”
    It is apparent that each division has issues
and needs unique to its member institutions.
                                                                                                                                              NCAA         legislation
                                                                 NCAA          penalties
This restructuring proposal sets forth a gover-                                                                                               Bill Frieder,       s
                                                                                                                                                               men’ basketball                  coach
                                                                 David Swank+ chair                                                           Arizona     State University
nance system that provides each division with
                                                                 NCAA      Committee         on Infractions                                   Meso Tribune
greater autonomy to address these intradivi-                     Chicogo Tribune                                                                  “I wish they would go to the (NCAA) Convention and make a
sional issues. Also, this proposal, for the first                    “I think ifyou will talk to the coaches where scholarship reduc-                            t
                                                                                                                                              rule that they can’ pass any rules for two years. Why not make a
                                                                 tions are imposed, they feel that that is the most significant penal-        bunch of rules, let them go for two, three years, see if they work?
                               See Restructuring,     page 5 l                   t
                                                                 ty. They don’ like to be off television, and it costs them money,              s
                                                                                                                                              It’ a hard job to keep it all straight .”

December       18, I995                                                                                The NCAA News                                                                                                            Page 5

Summary                               of proposed                                      legislation                                   pertaining                                  to restructuring
   Following rS a legislative summay of                                                                                                                                                          Committee is charged with protrct-
1996 NCAA Convention Proposal NV.                                                                                                                                                                ing the basic purposes, fundamental
7, along with a summary of related                                                                                                                                                               policies and general principles set
amendnun.&toum49&n67~t.5. Page num-                                                                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 forth in the Association’ constitution.
bers refer to th.e Official Notice of the       The following   is the order of busi-          position and Dutirb (e.g., establishing CEO            4.   No. 7-AA Le~slauvcArrfhomy Amen&      In addition, the Executive Committee
C.onuention:                                 ness for consideration of 1996 NCXA               authority) No. f-4 Executive Committee            rd                                              will have powers that include over-
                                             <:onvcntion Proposal No. 7, dealing               Alternate                                              5. No. fFF Noncontroversial
                                                                                                                                                                               Amendments                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 sight of the Association’ budget, eva.-
    k Diversity (page 7) - This pro-         with the restructuring of the Asso-                10. No. 7-Q Committee/Cabinet Author-                 6. No. 7-HH Legislative Process                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 uation of the Association’ executive
vision reflects the Oversight Commit-        ciation.                                                                                            Division      I Business Session                director and attention to core issues
                                                                                                11. No. 7-SDivision Autonomy
tee on the NC&4 Membership Struc-               The various parts of the proposal               12.No. 7-T SpecialInventions                     (I 2~30 p.m.)                                   and Association-wide matters.
ture’ commitment to assure diversity         and proposed amendment+tc+amend-                  IS. No. 7-U Article 5 Dominant Voting                Simple m+rity of Division I members pre-         K. Division I Board of Directors
of representation     within the Asso-       rnent will be considered during Pre-            Requirements Deleted                                sent and voting required.                       (pages 1 l-l 3) -This    provision estab-
                                             sidential Agenda Day January 8 ~ first            14. No. 7-X Annual or Special Convention              1. No. 7-G Division I Budget Allocation
                                                                                                                                                                                                 lishes the primary body in the gov-
ciation’ division governance struc-                                                                                                              Guarantee
                                             during a general business session               Authority
ture. If adopted, this provision will be                                                       15. No. 7-Y Annual or Special Convenuon              No. 7-Z Revenue Distribution Formulas
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ernance of Division I. This group is
                                             devoted exclusively to nonfederated
included as one of the constitution-         asprcts of rrstructuring, then in sub-          Procedures                                          Constitutionally Protected                      composed of 15 Division I chief exec-
ally protected principles that serve as      division and division business ses-               16. No. 7-BB Annual or SpecmlConvention              No. 7-3 Accessto National Championships      utive officers based on conference
the foundation of the Association.           sions.                                          Voting Methods                                      Specified                                       affiliation and will be responsible for
                                                                                               17. No. 7-CC Legislauve Authority                    2. No. 7-K Division I Board of Directors
    B-E. Voting Requirements       (page     General       business    session                                                                                                                   (among other things) establishing
                                                                                               IX. No. 7-DD Amendmg Legwlauon                    Composition and Dudes
7) - These provisions delete some            (8 a.m.)                                           19. No. 7-11Federating Remaining Dom-                                                            and adopting the policies, bylaws,
                                                 All subsections of Proposal No.                                                                    No. 7-5-A Dive&y Statement
of the current dominant voting and                                                            inant Voting Requiremen&                                                                           rules and regulations for Division I
                                             7 scheduled for consideration         in                                                               No. 7-6-A Divisions I-AA and I-AAA
common voting requirements             in                                                        20. No. 7-u *Federating Remaining Corn                                                          and delegating responsibilities to the
                                                                                                                                                 Conference Eligibility
                                             the general session are dominant                 mon Voting Requirements                                                                            Division I Management Council.
Articles 3 and 4 of the NCAA Con-                                                                                                                   No. 7-7 Division I Board of Directors
                                             provisions requiring a two-thirds                   21. No. 7-KK +Federating Remaining Gerb
stitution and substitute federated vot-                                                       era1Voting Requirements                            Alternate                                           L. Division II Presidents Council
                                             vote of all divisions, votingjointly,
ing requirements. Therefore, if this                                                                                                                3. No. 7-N Division I Management Gxmcil      (pages 1315) - This provision estab-
                                             unless otherwise noted below by                 Division       I-A Business Session
                                                                                                                                                 Composition and Duties                          lishes the primary hody in the gov-
is adopted, each division at subse-          a (#) or a (+).                                 (IO am.)                                               No. 7-.5-BDiver.+ Statement                  ernance of Division II. The compo-
quent NCAA Conventions will vote                 Those subsections with a (#)                    Simple masonry of Division I-A members
                                                                                                                                                    No. 7-6-B Divisions I-M and I-AM
independent      of other divisions on       are common provisions requiring                  present and votrng reqwed.
                                                                                                                                                 Conference Eligibiliry
                                                                                                                                                                                                 sition of this group is based on a
                                             a majority vote in each division,                    1. No. 7-V Division I-A Football Legislative                                                   weighted regional representation that
certain amendments IO Articles 3 and                                                                                                                No. 7-X Dwrcion I MFIKI~ZIW~~      Council
4.                                           voting separately. The subsection                                                                   Alternate                                       includes one Division II chiefexec-
                                             with a (+) is a general provision               Division       I-AA Business Session
   F. General Principles (pages 7-8)                                                                                                                4. No. 7-R Geographical Districts and        utive officer ,er region for every 22
                                             requiring    a majority vote of all             (IO am.)                                            Regions
~ This provision sets forth the prin-                                                                                                                                                            institutions in that region. This group
                                             divisions, votingjointly.                           Simple nrajolity of Divibion I-AA membcn           5. No. 7-Z Legi~lauvr Authority Amended
ciplrs of the Association’ governance
                          s                                                                   present and voting required.                                                                       also has two at-large positions to
                                                Provisions with the same voting                                                                     No. 7-9-A Eliminaring Authority for          enhanre efforts to achieve diversity
structure and the constitutionally pro-                                                           I No 7-W Division I-AA Football Legis-
                                             line may be voted on in a group.                 lative Meeting
                                                                                                                                                 Division I-A to Acr Separately on Federated
tected guarantees that the new gov-                                                                                                              Issues IJnreIated m Football                    and to accommodate           Division 11
                                             In some instances, a request may
emance system will provide to all its                                                        Division       II Business Session                     6. No. 7-EE Legi&~tivr ProcessAmended        independent institutions. This group
                                             be made at the Convention             to
members. For example, Divisions II                                                           (IO am.)                                               7. No. 7GG Division I Legislative Process    will be responsible for (among other
                                             remove such provisions           for a
                                                                                                 Simple majority of Ditiion II members pre                                                       things) establishing the operating
and 111members are guaranteed rev-           separate vote (for example, provi-                                                                     No. 7-9-B Eliminating Authority for nw-
                                                                                              sent and voting required.                          irion I-A to Act Separately on Federated
enue through allocations made to             sions with amendments-t~amend-                                                                                                                      budget, general policy and strategic
                                                                                                 1. No. 7-L Division II Presidents Council       Iswes llnrelated to Football
each division from the Association’   s      men&).                                           Composition and Duties                                                                             plan for Division II, sponsoring
                                               I. No. 7-A Pnnuple of Diversity                                                                      No. 7-10-A Additional         Notification   Division II legislation and delegating
general operating revenue. The new                                                               2. No. 7-O Division II Management Cow-
                                               2. No. 7-B Article 3 Dominant Voting                                                              Requirement
Association-wide Executive Commit-                                                            cil Composition and Duties                                                                         responsibilities     to the Division II
                                             Requiremenu Deleted                                 .3. No. 7-R Geographical Districts and             No. f-l&B Additional Notification Require-
tee may provide additional         funds       3. No. 7-C *Article 3 Common Voting                                                               ment                                            Management Council.
beyond these minimum guarantees              Requirement Deleted                                 4. No. 7-AA Lqishtive Authority Amended            No. 7-10-C Additional Notification Re-           M. Diviaioll III Presidenls council
when exceptional situations justify            4. No. 7-D Arricle 4 Dominant Voting              5. No. 7-m Nonconhovenial Amendments            quwement                                        (pages 1517) - This provision estab-
                                             Requiremene Deleted                                 6. No. f-HH Legislative Process                    No. 7-ll-AVoting Requirement on Sutxtivi-    lishes the primary body in the gov-
such action. Also, these constitution-
                                               5. No. 7-E *Article 4 Common Voting                                                               aion Separate Action
ally protected guarantees may be             Requirement Deleted                             Division       Ill Business Session                                                                 ernance of Division III. This group
                                                                                                                                                    No. 7-l 1-BVoting Requirement on Subdivi-
altered only if two-thirds        of the       6. No. 7-F General Principles (e.g.. guar-    (IO am.)                                                                                            is composed of 11 Division III chief
                                                                                                                                                 sion Separate Action
Association’ membership approve              antees)                                             Simple majority of Division III members                                                         executive officers. The proposed
                                                                                                                                                    No. f-12 Filing Request for Ovemde Vote
                                               No. 7-l General Operating Revenue              present and voting required.                                                                       composition of these 11 representa-
such a change.                                                                                                                                      No. 7-13 Suspending Legislation
                                             Definition                                           1. No. 7-M Division III Presidents Coumil
   G. Divisions      I-AA and I-AAA                                                                                                                 8. No. 8 Resolution: Subdwision Authority    tives will offer Division III a diverse
                                               7. No. 7-H Association Definition              Composition and Duties
(pages 8-Y) - This provision sets              8. No. 7-I Article 4.1 through 4.6 Deleted        2. No. 7-P Dtiion III Management Council        to Take Separate   Action on IssuesUnrelated    governing group. This group will he
forth the revenue-allocation         and     (e.g.,simpliingAsso&tion’  s   administrative    Composition and Duties                             to ~oothall                                     responsible for (among other things)
                                                                                                 3. No. 7-R Geographical Dwtrirts and              9. No. 9 Resolution: Written Plan to                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 implementing the Association’ poli-
championships-access guarantees for          StIUChKC)

                                                   9. No. 7-J Executive Committee Com-        Regions                                            Achieve Dive&y of Reprrxntation
Divisions I-AA and I-AAA. In addi-                                                                                                                                                               cies, establishing the general policy
tion, this provision, if adopted, would                                                                                                                                                          and strategic plan for Division III,
require a two-thirds majority vote of       organization     section of the Asso-               I-J. Executive Committee (pages                  Commission). The second provision               sponsoring Division III legislation
Division I delegates present and vot-              s
                                            ciation’ constitution has never before           9-11) - This first provision disman-                creates the Association’s new Exe-              and delegating responsibilities to the
ing to subsequently amend these gua-        set forth a definition   of the NCAA.                                s
                                                                                             rles the Association’ current gover-                rutive Committee composed of chief              Division III Management Council.
rantees.                                    This provision defines the Associ-               nance structure (e.g., NCAA Council,                executive officers from institutions in
    H. Definitions     (page 9) - The       ation.                                           Executive Committee,       Presidents               all three divisions. This Executive                        See Legislation,    page 6 l

Throughout its history, Association has successfilly adjusted its structure to meet the changing needs of the times

l    Continued from page 4                     In the past three issues of The               may attempt to persuade your insti-                 future success of our Association.              tion. This is why I believe it is very
                                            NCAA News, you have read about                   tutions to assist them in derailing the             Instead, the concerns expressed by              important for each institution to thor-
time in the history of our Association,     the various problems and concerns                plans to restructure this Association.              these schools can be addressed                  oughly review Proposal No. 7.
clearly establishes presidents as hav-      unique to each division. The co-                 Please do not let these limited pock-               approptiately hy the new governance                To assist you as you continue to
ing the ultimate authority in the gov-      chairs of the three division task                cts of resistance discourage your sup                         s
                                                                                                                                                 structure’ division transition teams            review the restructuring legislation,
ernance of the NCAA. This change            fort es have explained why the au-               POlt   Of this   PrOpcJSd.                          and treated, as necessav, at the 1!]!Y7         you will find listed elsewhere on this
is needed if we are going to contin-        tonomy and the resources that this                  Whenever an organization         con-            Convention.                                     page a legislative summary that pro-
ue down the path of meaningful rc-          restructuring      plan guarantees are           siders meaningful change similar to                    ,ks you have read in previous   issues       vides an overview of the subsections
fr,rm. To complete our reform jour-         important elements rhat will allow               what we will consider in Dallas,                    of the News, restructuring has always           of the restructuring     proposal and
ney, presidents must have acrount-          each division IO adequately address              there always will be some members                   been cnvisioncd as a two-step proc-             the various amendments-to-amend-
ability in this Association Similar   to    ~liese issues.                                   reluctant to move forward. On the                   ess. The first step will he taken in a          ments.
the accountability that exists on indi-        I think it is imponant to remember            issue of restructuring,      it appears             few weeks in Dallas when the mem-                                 73       78,
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Just as in 1!)‘ and 19’ our mem
vidual campuses.                            that even though this proposal estab             that, while opposition     is emphati-              bership considers Proposal No. 7,               hership has an opportunity to make
    In addition, we should reassess our     lishes a system that permits the poti-           cally expressed, it has only a minor-               which sets forth the basic framework            positive and much-needed changes
current system because of the com-          ties and rules that govern each                  ity of adherents. For example, re-                  and @ardnteeS     of our restructured                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 to our Association’ governance strut-
plexity that we have created over the       institution to be determined in a div-           cent results from a restructuring                   Association.                                    ture. Just like the mid 1979s, I believe
last several years. If we are going to      isionally federated structure, it main-          survey conducted        by the NCAA                     I know that the restructuring leg-          we have entered a time of opponu-
develop a more manageable and effi-         tains an Executive Committee to over-            Presidents Commission indicate that                 islation may appear to he a complex             nity for intercollegiate    athletics. I
cirnt system to meet the needs of our       see Association-wide       issues and to         eight out of every 10 institutions                  and intricate proposal. In reality, it is       encourage you IO attend this year’     s
member institutions, the Association’ s     ensure that each division operates               already have decided to cast their                  a simple action that sets forth the             Convention and join me in adopting
governance structure, including the         consistent with the basic purposes,              votes in favor of restructuring.                    foundation    that cstablishcs prcsi-           these changrs and charting a new
legislative process, must he stream-        fundamental       policies and general              While the concerns expressed by                  dents as having ultimate authority,             course fc>r our Association.
lined. This proposal clarifies the          principles of the Association agreed             the 20 percent of the membership                    provides greater division autonomy
Association’ s   structure and allows       to hy all mcmbets and set forth in our           who are undecided or unwilling to                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                 and simplifies the Association’ ad-               Joseph N. Crow@ is president oj’
each division to simplify its gover-        constitution.                                    change deserve special attention, the               ministrative structure. Some rumors             University of Nevada and chair of the
nance system and its legislative proc-          During the remaining weeks be-               issues these schools raise should not               and fallacies have surfaced recently            Ozmight Crrmnr~un     tb.eNCAA Mem
ess.                                        fore the Convention, a few schools               delay this vote that is so vital to the             regarding the restructuring legisla-            bership Stnuture.
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Summary of proposals reluting to Associutionrestructuring;                       Agenda Day on &.my
                                                         votesset for Presidential                                                                                                                                    8
l    Continued from page 5                    In addition, this provision maintains                   s
                                                                                          the division’ separate Conventioll             Bylaws 6 through 20 and Bylaws 22              This amendment permits it Miuli,gcm
                                              the concept of dornillant      and fed-     business session.                              through 32 and substitutes federated                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                        tnent Council rnclnbcr’ constituent
   N. Division I Management council           erated voting rrquirrmcnts,      dclctcs        EE. Amending Division I Legis-             voting requirrrnents.                          body to select an altcrnatc to attend
( pagc-s17-20) ~ This provision estab-        the concept of common and gener-           lation (page 30) - This provision                   Effective Date: August 1, 1997.            a Division I Management Guncil
lishcs a body in the Division I gover-        al requirements, and creates a new          deletes the c urrcnt practice in DiviL           his
                                                                                                                                         .l‘ 1%month period will permit the             meeting when the Management
II~IICC structure subordinate to the          division dominant voting require-           sion I, whereby division-specific leg-         division transition teams to set forth         <:runcil mcmbcr is unable lo attend
division’ institutional chief executive
        s                                     ment.                                       islation may bc amcndcd by the                 the specifics and details of this gov-         the meeting. [Sponsor - 16 Division
officer hmup. ‘ his subordinate group             T. Special Conventions (page 25)        (:ouncil or at ilny annual or special          ernance structure for an orrlerly trdn-        I-A institutions]
is composed of 34 athletics adminis-          - This provision specifies that the        <Convention or at a division legisla-           sition iltld “fine- tune” any provisions            No. 7-9 Separate Voting, Division
trators and faculty athletics repre-          only body in the restructured Asso-        tion meeting. Instead, Division I pro-          contained in this proposal, if neccs-          I Subdivisions (pages 44-44) - This
sentatives. Kepresrntatives       to this     ciation with autho&y to call a special     poses a more efficient representative           Silt-y.                                        amendment eliminates the authority
group are selected based on confer-                                           s
                                              convention is the Association’ Exe-         system of governance.                                                                         for Division I-A to act separately and
cncc affiliation. This group will make        cutive <:ornmittrc.                            FF. Amending Divisions II and III                                                          for Divisions I-AA and I-AAA to act
recommendations                       s
                       to the division’           U. Voting Requirements (pages 2%       Legislation    (pages 30-31) - This                                                            together on federated issues unrclat-
primary body and wilt develop and             26) ~ This provision deletes some of       provision specifies that (he Division              No. 7-l General Operating Reve-             ed to football. [SIJonsor ~ Four
conduc I programs authorized hy the           the cml-ent dominant voting require-        11 Presidents       <:runril     and the       nue (pages 37-38) ~ This amenrl-               Divisions I-AA and I-AAA ronfrr-
primary body. In addition, the trch-          mcnts in Article 5 and substitutes fed-     Division III Management            (:ounc it   rncnt specilies general opt-rdhg       rev-    ences]
nical derail of Division I’ bylaws and        erated voting requirements.                will have authority to adopt no,l-              enue as agr~tl to during rcstructuting              No. 7-10 Division I Notification
rules will bc handled primarily by this           V. Division I-A Football Legislative   controversial       lcgislativc     amend-      negotiations for the budget allocation         (pages 44-45) - This ;irnciidtiicnt
grOLl[‘                                       Meeting (page 26) - This IJrovision        mcnts and that the membership                   guarantres. [Sponsor ~ Division II             sets forth ilt, additional notifiration
     0. Division II Management Coun-          deletes the authority to convcnc a         may consitlcr am~rldrncnts to fed-              confcrenc~c]                                  requirerncnt       in the Division I Icg-
 cil (pages 20-22) ~ This provision           Division I-A lcgistativc tnccting.         erated provisions ill aiiy annual or               No. 7-2 Divisions I-AA and I-AAA            islative process, whereby I hr mcm-
 cstablishcs a body in the Division II           W. Division I-AA Football Legis-        special GJnvcntion. This provision              Revenue Guarantee (pages X+-S!)) ~            bcrship will he notified of Icgislativc
 governance strurture subordinate 10          lative Meeting (page 26) ~ This pro-       protects the current legislative cal-           This amendment sperifies the Divi-            decisions Ii,llowing subcommittee,
 the division’ institutjonal chicfcxcc-       vision deletes the authority IO convcnc    rndar for sponsoring Divisiorls II              sion I revenue-distribution      formulas     coniniiUrc or cabinet action concern-
 utivc officer group. This subordinate        a Division T-AA Irgislativc meeting.       and III amendments.                             and protects the proportion of total           ing Division I legislation. [Sponsor
 group is composed of athletics ad-               X. Annual or Special Conventions           GG. Division I Legislative Process          revenue allocated among the rev-              - C:ouncil]
 ministrators and faculty athletics rrp-      (lydges 26-27) ~ This provision details    (pages 31-35) ~ This provision sets             enue funds and the formulas for alto-              No. 7-11 Separate Voting, Div-
 resentarivt=s fmni rach of the Division     procedures       for the Association’  s    forth the process in whirh bylaws               eating such funds as they exist at the        ision I Subdivisions (page 46) ~ ‘ his l‘
 II mulrisporr voting conferences. In         annual and special Conventions,            (applicable to Division I) are adopt-           1996 Convention. [Sponsor ~ Scvcn             amendment          was sponsored as an
 addition, Division II independent            inrluding rhr authority of the Asso-       ed and amended.              The process        Divisions I-AA and I-AAA confer-              alternative to Arncndment 7-9. If the
 institutions will have a represent;ltive.            s
                                             ciation’ Executive Committee to con-        includes initial approval of a legisla-         erKrs]                                        authority for Division I subdivisions
This group wilt make recommcnda-             vcne conventions and the authority          tive change hy the Division I Manage-                No. 7-3 Divisions I-AA and I-AAA         to take separate action is not etimi-
 tioils to the division’ pritnary gov-       of each division to convene separate        ment Council, notice of a proposed              Access to National Championships              nated, this amendment slJecifies that
 crning hody and will take final             business sessions during such con-          change to the Division I rncmhc~hip,            (page 39) - This amendment pro-               such separate action is subject to an
 actions on matters delegated to it by       ventions.                                   forwarding legislation to the Board             vides sIJccificity to the access to           override vote of a simple majority
 the primary body. In addition, the              Y. Convention Operational        Pro-   of Directors for consideration           and    national rhampionships guaranteed             instead of a live-eighths        majority.
 technical detail of Division II’ bylaws     cedures (1Jagc 27) ~ This provision         action, and a possible membership               to Divisions I-AA and LAAA. This              [Sponsor ~ Four Division I-AA con-
and rules will be handled primarily          sets forth the proredures for consirl-      “ovcrridc” of legislative changes and           new language is taken directly from           fcrcnces]
by this go~ip.                               ering legislation at C:onvention geri-      Board decisions or actions. This pro-                                      s
                                                                                                                                         the Division I task forcr’ rcstructur-             No. 7-12 Division I Override Vote
     P. Division Ill Management Coun-        cral sessions and division sessions.        vision also sets forth the process for          irlg rcpo,t.   [Sponsor ~ NCAA (:oun-         Requests (pages 46-4’ - This 7)
cil (pages 22-23) ~ This provision               Z. Separate Voting, Division I          the Division I Managemrnt Counr il              c il]                                         ~lll,CI,dJ,lCI,~ permits confcrcnc CS to
eStilt~tishtS   a body in the Division 111   Subdivisions (page 2X) - This provi-        to adopt “emergency” legislation that                No. 7-4 Executive Committee Al-          file requests for an override vote on
gov~mance stntcturc subordinate to           sion protects the current authority for     may be effect& itnmcdiately. In addi-           ternates       (pages 39-40) ~ This           behalf of their member institutions,
the division’    s primary governing         Division I-A and all other Division I       tion, this provision         establishes a      amendment         permits a Division 1        provided the confcrcncc has a pro-
group. This subordinate group in-            members to vote separately on fcdel-=       process where Division I-A or I-AA              Exccutivc Committee member’ con- s            cedure to cnsurc that an institution
rludes 16 representatives and is cotri-      ated issues unrelated to football and       independents       ran have views cx-           stituent hody to select an alternate to       has dcicgatcd such authority. [Spon-
posed of institutional chief executive       for Divisions I-A and I-AA to vote sep-     pressed on Divisions I-A and I-AA is-           attend an Executive <:ommittre meet-          sor - Council]
officers, faculty athletics representa-      arately in their respective subdivisions    sues through geographical             repre-    ing when the Division I representa-                No. 7-13 Division I Legislation
tives and athletics administrators.          on legislative issues that pertain only     sentation.                                      tive is unahle to attend the Executive        Suspended (page 47) -This         amcnd-
‘ his group will make recommen-
 I‘                                          to football.                                   HI-I. Divisions II and IlI Legisiative       <:oniniittee meeting. [Sponsor ~ 16           merit establishes a procedure that sus-
dations to the division’ primary gov-
                           s                     Ak Legislative Revisions (pagrs         Process (pages 35-36) ~ This provi-             Division I-A institutions]                    pends Division I legislation when at
erning body and will resolve Division        28-29) - This provision          permits    sion clarifies that the Divisions II and             No. 7-5 Diversity of Represen-           least 100 requests for an override vote
Ill issues as delegated. In addition,        Divisions II and III to delete refer-       III legislative process remains virtu-          tation (pages 4W I ) - This Presidents        are received. [Sponsor - Council]
the technical detail of Division III’    s   ences specific to the Division I leg-       ally unchanged for sponsorship of               Commission-sponsored         amendment
bylaws and rules will be handled pri-        islative process from its Divisions II      amendments to provisions of the divi-                                  s
                                                                                                                                         confirms Division I’ commitment to
marily by this group.                        and III business sessions’ operational            s
                                                                                         sion’ bylaws. However, one revision             assure diversity of representation in             No. 8 Separate Voting, Division I
    Q. Committees (page 23) - This           procedures.                                 in Division II is an increase in the            its new governance structure. [Sponsor        Subdivisions (pages 47-48) - This
provision amends the current en-                 BB. Voting Methods (page 29) -          number of active member institutions            - Presidents Commission]                      resolution directs the Division I tran-
abling legislation regarding commit-         This provision sets forth the methods       with voting privileges necessary to                  No. 7-6 Divisions I-AA and I-AAA         sition team to study and consider
tees to permit each division to estab-       of voting at an NCAA Convention.            sponsor an amendment to a provi-                Conference Eligibiity (pages 4142)            whether to maintain the authority
lish its own governance substructure             CC Elemenk of Legislation (pages        sion of the bylaws fiotn eight or more          ~ This amendment specifies that               for subdivisions     to take separate
(e.g., cabinets, committees).                29-30) ~ This provision sets forth the      sponsoring members to 15 or more                Divisions I-AA and I-AAA confer-              action on issues unrclatcd to foot-
    R Geographical Districts and Re-         authority of the presidential admin-        sponsoring members.                             ences must meet appropriate mem-              ball. If it is determined       that this
gions (page 24) ~ This provision             isbative groups or management coun-            II. Voting Requirements (pdgc 36)            bership criteria to he eligible to select     authority is not needed, legislation
amends the geogtXphicd1 breakdown            cils in each division to adopt or a-        -This     provision deletes the current         Division I-AA or I-AAA representa-            will be sponsored at the 1997 Con-
of the Association to conform to the         mend the administmtivc hylaws of the        dominant voting requirements          in        tives in the Division I governance            vention  to             it. [SIJcJnscJr~

needs of the Association’ new struck         division and to interpret the Asso-         Bylaws 6 through 20 and Bylaws 22               structirc. [Sponsor ~ NCAA Council]           Council]
ture. For instance, geographical rc-         ciation’ constitution
                                                      s                 and the divi-    through 32 and substitutes federated                 No. 7-7 Board of Directors Al-               No. 9 Written Plan for Diversity
gions in Division I are deleted since              s
                                             sion’ operating bylaws.                     voting requirements.                            ternates (page 42) - This amend-              (pages 48-49) - This resolution
representatives to the Division I gov-           DD. Amendment Prowss (page 30)               J.
                                                                                            J’ Voting Requirements (page 36)             ment permits a Board of Directors             directs the Division I transition team
erning bodies will be selected by con-       - This provision sets forth the leg-        - This provision dclctes the current                         s
                                                                                                                                         member’ constituent body to select            to develop a specific written plan for
ference affiliation, not geographical        islative process of the restructured        common voting requirements             in       an alternate to attend a Board of             achieving the stated goals of diver-
location.                                    Association, whereby the Division I         Bylaws 6 through 20 and Bylaws 22               Directors meeting when the Board              sity of representation       in the new
    S. Legislative Autonomy/Defini-          presidential governing body will have       through 32 and substitutes federated            member is unable to atfend the meet-          Division I governance          structure.
tions (pages 24-25) ~ This provision         authority to adopt amendments to            voting requirements.                            ing. [Sponsor - 16 Division I-A insti-        [Sponsor ~ One Division I-A insti-
further specifies that each division         Division I provisions, and in Divisions        KK. Voting Requirements        (page         tutions]                                      tution, three Division I-AA institu-
will have the autonomy to decide how         II and III, provisions will continue to     37) ~ This provision deletes the cur-               No. 7-8 Division I Management             tions and five Division I-AAA insti-
the division’ legislation is adopted.        he amended by institutional       vote at   rent general voting requirements in             Council Alternates (pages 42-43) -            tutions]
December       18,1995                                                                              The NCAA News                                                                                                                                               Page 7

Proposal’ objectives include increasing schools’event opportunities
l   Continued from page 3                   mittee to include representatives     of    sponsorship of five amendments-t@                        The following events would receive exemprions from limitations on the number
                                                                                                                                              of contests an NCAA team may play in a season under 19% Convention Proposal No.
                                            Divisions I-AA and I-AAA                    amendment.        Those amendments                    69. Every rxcmptcd    went would receive either an annual exemption     ~ meaning    that
mittee’ work ~ 1996 Convention                                                          focus on three concerns about the                     a team may pdnicipatr                   nt
                                                                                                                                                                        in such an cvc’ annually  and have that competition   rxempt-
                                            Broader    issues                                                                                 rd from the annual cotwst~ limit - or :* “one-ii~tivity-l,rr-y*irr” rxmption. meaning
Proposal No. 69 ~ would:                                                                proposal:                                             that a team could parucrpate ,,I only one of the rven& per year (and could panicqratt-
    n Require that events obtain certi-         Hansen said that adoption of the            n Restrictions on participation in                I” that specdic event only once m Iour years).
fication from the Special Events Com-       proposal also will address broader          preseason football games. A group of                             The proposal          also would   establish    exemptions    for preseason football                games,
mittee in order to be exempted from         problems. The proposal seeks to:            Division I-A institutions is seeking to               including            1 stipulxion     that an NCAA institution      may panicipate in an exempted                con-
limits on the number of games an                n Prohibit what the special com-        modify the proposed “once-in-eight-                   trsl only           once during any right-year        petiod.

NCAA team may play in a season.             mittee has termed the “parlaying” of        years” restriction on participation, pre-             ANNUAL EXEMPIIONS
The annual certification procedure          exemptions by institutions. The most        ferring that teams be permitted to par-               Division        I    hkelball                                     spais    other   ltmn   barlwlball/fwtball

would mirror the procedure current-         successful programs in a sport typi-        ticipate once every four ye;lrj They also             n NCAA championship                                               n Championships:
ly used for postseason football bowl        Cdlly benefit from their “marquee vdl-      are seeking to modify a section of the                n Postseason NotIonal                 Invitation                  1)  Conlerence      championship
                                                                                                                                              Tournament                                                        2)  Conference      playoff
games and all-star contests.                ue” by gaining extra games in a sea-        proposed legislation that would permit
                                                                                                                                              n      Conference plaroff                                         3)  NAIA championship
    n Establish criteria and principles     son through exempted events. The            only one team from a conference to                    n  Automaticquoli      icotton contest                            4)  NCAA      championship       (including
for the evaluation of events seeking        special committee believes this creates     participate in preseason competition.                 n  NCAA      championship        play-in competition                    play-in competition)
                                                                                                                                              n  Foreign teams in US and/or                                     5) Nahonokhampionrhlp               competition
exceptions. The criteria would be set       competitive inequities.                     The amendment would loosen that                       USA Bark&all        teams (total. 2 contests)                     n Alumni game on campus
forth in N<XA Bylaw 30, thus ena-               “These institutions have been able      restriction to permit one team from a                 n One regular-season          game in Alaska or                   n Foreign team in U.S.
bling the Special Events Committee          to participate annually in such events,     conference per preseason game.                        Hawaii    vs. NCAA      institution                               n Fund-raising      activity
                                                                                                                                              located m that state                                              n C&b&y         sports a~hty
to ask the Council to adjust those cri-     at least, and in several instances more         n Expenses incurred by NCAA                                                                                         n Game against U.S. national team
teria as needed. The criteria would         than once annually,” Hansen said.           institutions in Alaska and Hawaii that                                                                                  n EosbWest AIMtar (golr)
significantly increase demands on the           W Help institutions contain costs.      host regular-season tournaments or                                                                                      n Sun Bowl AILAmerica            Classic (golr)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                n College-Am       golf
sponsoring organizations of exempt-         The growing number of events and            multisport competition. Two amend-                                                                                      n Competition       ogamst Howali
ed events, prompting ~ among oth-           the increasing cost of participating in     ment.+tiamendment        seek to provide                                                                                Division I program
                                                                                                                                                                                                                n Competition       against Alaska
er things - reimbursement            of a   those events is a concern for athletics     exceptions to reimbursement-of-ex-                                                                                      Division I program
major portion of participating insti-       directors who overSee teams’ budgets.       pense requirements        for exempted                                                                                  n International     competition
tutions’ expenses.                          The proposal would require events to        events in women’ basketball and in
                                                                                                           s                                                                                                    n National Invitational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Volleyball    Championship        [postseason]
    n Keestablish exemptions that al-       provide significant reimbursement to        sports other than football and bas-                                                                                     n National Invitational
ready have been ganted to existing          participating teams for travel, lodging     ketball. Sponsors say the Alaska and                                                                                    Softball Championship          (postseason)

events, subject to annual recertifica-      and per diems.                              Hawaii schools would be unable to
                                                                                                                                              ONE ACTIWY PERYEAR (ONCE PERFOUR-YEARPERIOD)
tion. Some of-those events would re-            Those requirements are a crucial        meet the expense requirements, re-
                                                                                                                                              Divisial I basketball                                             SpnrIsotherlhan ha&tball/lmlball
ceive annual exemptions, meaning            element of the proposal, in light of        sulting in increased travel by teams
                                                                                                                                              n Tip-Off Clawc                                                   n Certified foreign tour
that a team may participate in such         what Hansen desc-ribed as consider-         from those schools in order to meet                   n Tournament    sponsored                by a member              n Tournament or competition         span-
an event annually and have that corn-       able sentimcnr to eliminate exceptions      Division I scheduling requirements.                    institution   in Alaska.                                         sored by a member institution
                                                                                                                                                1) Great Alaska Shootout                                        in Alaska
petition exempted from the annual           altogether. The committee opted to              n Distribution of receip&. A group                2) Northern        tights lnwtatlonal                             n Tournament or competition         rpon-
contests limit. Other events would          take whar Hansen described as “mid-         of Division I-A institutions is seeking                3) Alaxom        Jamboree                                        sored by a member      institution

receive a “once-in-four-years” exemp-       dle ground.”                                to remove from the proposal a provi-                  n Tournament sponsored               by a member                  in Hawaii
                                                                                                                                               institution   in Puerto Rico:                                    n Tournament or competition         span-
tion, meaning that a team could par-               S
                                                “II’ not in the best interest of stu-   sion allocating 10 percent of the gross                 1) San Juan Shootout                                            sored by a member      institution
ticipate in such an event only once         dent-athletes or schools to eliminate       income from a preseason football                       2) Pueti      Rico Shootout                                      in Puerto Rico
                                                                                                                                              n Presmson Nattonal tnwtatlon                                     n Nahonal Asxxlatlon         of Collegiate
in four years and have rhat competi-        these exemptions completely,” he said       event to a member institution that                    Tournament                                                        Women     Athletic Administrators
tion exempted (see accompanying                 s
                                            “It’ better to spread opportunity, and      hosts the contest. The group says that                 n Preseason Women’s Notional                                     Classic (volleyball)
                                            have events pay at least a portion of       an institution should not receive re-                  Invitation    Tournament
chart).                                                                                                                                       I Csrtifid       foreign tour
    H Establish additional limits on        expenses to the institution.”               ceipts from such a game unless it is a                n Tournament          sponsored      by a Division     I
institutions’ frequency of participa-           n Provide a meanin@       experience    participant in the event                               member      in Hawaii
                                                                                                                                                1) United Airlines Tipoff [men)
tion in exempted events, for the pur-       for participating student-athletes while                                                           2) Nike Festival (men)
                                                                                        Efiective    date
pose of making participation oppor-         cutting down on missed class time.                                                                3) Rainbow        Classic [man)
tunities available to more institutions.    Exempted events will be required to            Amended or not, Proposal No. 69                    4) Wahine        Classic (women)
                                                                                                                                              5) Wahine        Invitational     (women)
Those limitations include permitting        provide “unique” competitive and/or         would go into effect August 1,1996, if                6) Paradise Cfarric           (women)
an institution    to participate in an      cultural experiences for student-ath-       adopted by the Division I member-                     n Tournament          sponsored      by a Division     II
                                                                                                                                              member       in Hawaii:
exempted preseason football game            letes in order to obtain certification.     ship in Dallas.                                         1) Maui Invitational
only once every eight years, and lim-       Meanwhile, the legislation would lim-          The proposed legislation would per-                2) Big island Shootout
iting a conference to representation        it the time that a team can spend at an     mit institutions that entered into con-               3) Aloha Classic
                                                                                                                                              4) Kono Women’        s     Basketball    Classic
in a specific event in other sports by      event site while classes are in session     tracts with events before September 23                5) Hilo Holiday          Shootout
only one team annually (except post-        back on campus.                             to participate in those events during                 n Martin Lutfmr King Classic
season events that base selection on                                                    199596,199&97,1997-98 and 199899.                     Nob:          legislation   governing    exceptions     shall be applied     separately                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          to an institution’
                                            Amendments-to-amendment                                                                           men’ s        and women’  s     programs    in each    sport.
season-long performance).                                                               Events would be required to meet the
    n Expand the Special Events Com-          The proposal      has prompted     the    criteria by August 1,1996.                  L

                                                                                        Training                   offered                for Compliance                                                                 Assistant
                                                                                            The NCAA compliance services                                                                                  a computer).
                                                                                        and data processing staffs will conduct
                                                                                        “hands-on” training for the NCAA
                                                                                                                                        T he                  format                 of the                  Attendance at sessions other than
                                                                                                                                                                                                          the four-hour beginner session will be
                                                                                        Compliance Assistant software pro-              training                              will be sim-                on a firjtxome, first-served basis and
                                                                                        gram Version 3.2 at the 1996 NCAA                                                                                 will not require preregistration.
                                                                                                                                              ilar to what                           was                      L.cttcn announcing the training, a
                                                                                        Convention in Dallas January 6 and
                                                                                        7.                                                used at the                               1995                  description of the sessions to be of-
                                                                                            The sessions will be conducted in                                                                             fered and a preregistration form for
                                                                                        the Grand Ballroom of the Stouffer                    NCAA                             regional                   the four-hour beginner session were
                                                                                        Hotel. Janet T Calandro and Carrie                rules-compliance                                                sent November 10 to the following in-
                                                                                        A Hagwell (formerly Dias) of compli-                                                                              dividuals:
                                                                                        ance services and Karren L Bishop of                                seminars.                                         H Those who have received Ver-
                                                                                        data processing will conduct the &n-                                                                              sion 3.2 of the Compliance Assistant.
                                                                                        ing.                                                                                                                  n Division I compliance coordi-
                                                                                            The purpose of hands-on training                                                                              nators and Division II directors of
                                                                                        is to allow individuals to learn Compli-    clay to  focus on a particular module or                              athletics from institutions that have
                                                                                        ance Assistant by working on a com-         feature of the program (for example,                                  never requested the Compliance As
                                                                                        puter. Forty computers will be avail-       financial aid/squad list information,                                 sistant
                                                                                        able (20 in each of two rooms); two         ad hoc repoting). Most topics will be                                     n Division I conference compli-
                                                                                        people may be assigned to a comput-         offered both Saturday and Sunday to                                   ance coordinators and Division II ccm-
                                                                                        er, if necessary.                           accommodate those individuals who                                     ference commissioners.
                                                                                            The format of the txaining will be      may have other commitments at the                                         W Those who have requested the
                                                                                        similar to what was used at the 1995        Convention.                                                           soon-to-be-released Macintosh ver-
                                                                                        NCAA regional rulescompliance sem-             It is necev     to preregister only for                            sion of the Compliance Assistant.
                                                                                        inars.                                      the four-hour beginner sessions. Pti-                                     Those who did not receive that cor-
                                                                                            A four-hour “beginner” session will     cipants have been chosen for those                                    respondence and have questions rem
                                                                                        be offered both Saturday and Sunday         sessions in the order that preregistm-                                garding the training can contact either
                                                                                        mornings and will review all of the         tion forms have been received (the                                    individuals on campus who did rem
                                                                                        modules in the Compliance Assistant.        beginner sessions currently are full,                                 ceive the mailing or Jeaneen Layton,
                                                                                        One-hour (and l’    /rhour) sessions will   and some individuals are being paired                                 regisfmtion coordinator, at 913/339-
                                                                                        be conducted in the afternoons each         with those who have offered to share                                  1906.
                                                                                                  The NCAA News                                                                                               December            18, I995

Perfect                                                  x 2:                              II, Ill football                               champs                               go undefeated
 North Alabama makes it three in a row
 in II by shutting down Pittsburg State
     If good defense wins champion-           lefi in the first half.
 ships, as the saying goes, then what             Then the “Purple Swarm ” took over.
 does great defense and an overpow-           For the rest of the half, Pi-burg State
 ering running attack win?                    ran only seven plays, including one
     ‘ hree straight championships.           punt and one interception. The G&l-
     North Alabama’ “Purple Swarm”            las gainedjust 76 yards on 18 first-half
 defense held Pit&burg State’ kprdb
                                  s           plays.
 rd rushing attack to.just 99 yards and           Lions’ quarterback Cody Gross,
 the Lions churned out 249 yards on           who played sparingly because of a
 the ground to win their third consec-        pulled abdominal muscle, capped the
 utive Division II football title, 27-7,      Lions’ nearly flawless first half with a
 before 15,241 hometown            fans in    13-yard touchdown pass to Michael
 Florence, Alabama.                           Edwardsjust before the intermission.
     With the victory, North Alabama              “I think we went out and played,
 finished the season 14-O and extend-         under tremendous pressure, one of
 ed its winning streak against Division                                              ve
                                              the greatest first halves of football I’
 II opponents to 41 games. The Lions’         ever seen,” said North Alabama coach
 overall streak of 23 consecutive wins        Bobby Wallace. “We made a few mis
 is the second-longest in college foot-       takes, but every time we made one we
ball, behind only Nebraska’ 24. s                                    t
                                             overcame it. I don’ know any of the
     Pittsburg State finished the season     stats; I just know I was watching a
 12-1-1.                                     great first half of football.”
    The Iions set the tone for the game          The Lion defense was even more
in the first seven minutes. After hold-      dominant in the third quarter, allow-
ing Pittsburg State without a first down     ingjust 12 yards on 10 plays and inter-
                                             cepting two passes. Although the C;o-
                                                                                          North Alabama’ defme gave P&burg Stat& top-ranked o&se fits all day, holding the G~rillus to
on the game’ first series, they mount-
ed a I2-play, 7ci-yard drive that culmi-     ribs moved to within 21-7 on a 15yard        just 99 yards on the ground and 77 fmssing yam%.
nated in a 28-yard touchdown run by          touchdown pass from Jeff Moreland
Jermaine Koberts.                            to Chris Hudson with just more than          ing with 43 yards on four carries.              s
                                                                                                                                    There’ no way that you could do                          Fourth Quiuter
    After the teams traded punts, the        nine minutes left in the game, the           Moreland completed just six of 17         what we have done without having                            Pittsbarg St. - Chris Hudson 15 paw from
                                                                                                                                                                                             Jeff Moreland (Josh harcrrs kick) (930)
North Alabama defense forced the             Gorillas never seriously threatened          passes and had four interceptions,        players who are great, great people.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                North Ala. ~ Nate George 1 run (kick failed)
first of five tirilla turnovers. Michael                        s
                                             North Alabama’ lead after half time.         one more than he had all season.          CHAMPIONSHIP                                             (34)
Ma$eld could nor get the handle on               Roberts finished with 108 yards on           After the game, Wallace was more      Pitt3burgSt ............._I._............... 0 0 7 ~ 7
                                                                                          interested in talking about his current   North Ala. ________________..__...............
                                                                                                                                                                          7 I4 0 6 -27                             ittsburg St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  F’              North Ah.
a pitchout, and the loose ball was re-       20 carries to pace the North Alabama
                                                                                                                                                                                             First Downs ...... ... __.__.______________....
covered at the Pittsburg State 29 by         attack, which held the ball for more         team than the prospect of equaling        First Quarter                                                                              99
                                                                                                                                                                                             Rushing Yardage __.._______.__._____....     249
middle linebacker Ronald McKinnon,           than 40 minutes. Cale Manley gained          the record for consecutive football         North Ala. - Jermairlr Roberts 2X run                  Passing Yardage .______._______.___.______
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               77         131
winner of this year’ Harlon Hill Tro-        74 yards on 15 carries while filling in      titles set by Division III Augustana      (Jamir Stoddard kick) (8:04)                                                               10
                                                                                                                                                                                             Return Yardage .______..___.__..__........ 3
phy as Division II’ top player.
                      s                      for the hobbled Gross, who complet-          (Illinois) from 1983 to 1986.             Second Quarter                                           Passes(Camp.-kr-Int.) .....6-19-4        10~24-1
                                                                                                                                      Nmth Ala. ~ Roberts 5 run (Stoddard kick)                                             768.9
                                                                                                                                                                                             Punu (No.-Avg.)____________________       7-32.8
    Five plays later, Roberts scored         ed eight of 13 passes for 102 yards                 s
                                                                                              “It’ the greatest group of seniors
                                                                                                                                    (11:16)                                                  Fumbler   (No.-Lost) ________.__________
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2-l          31
again from five yards out, and North         despite his painful injury.                                                  ve
                                                                                          and the greatest leaders that I’ ever       North Ala - Michael F&wclr IS passfrom                 Penalties (No.-Yards)_____________.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6-61            7-75
Alabama had a 14-O lead with I 1: 16             May6eld led Pittsbmg State in rush-                                  s
                                                                                          been around,” he said. “It’ obvious.      Cody Gross (Staddard kick) (:05)                         Attendance-l 5,241.

Kusick’ big day propels Wisconsin-La                                                          Crosse to lopsided victory in Ill
   Alter getting off to a slow Stan on a                                                                                            six turnovers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Harlan Hill
chilly day with wind gusts up to 35
mph, quarterback Craig Kusick threw
                                                                                                                                       “After we lost the final game last
                                                                                                                                    season to a team that hadn’ won at                          awarded to
for four touchdowns and 281 yards to                                                                                                gamr all season, WC rededicated our-
lead Wisconsin-La Crosse to a 36-7                                                                                                  selves to do the things we used to do,”                     McKinnon
victory over Kowan in the Amos Alon-                                                                                                said Hating,   who guided Wlsronsin-
0~ Stagg Bowl, the Division III foot-                                                                                                                              WC hit the
                                                                                                                                    La Crosse to the I!)!)2 ritle. ‘                                North Alabama linebacker
hall title game.                                                                                                                    weight rooni and developed our Icad-                        Ronald McKinnon has become
   The game was played in Salem,                                                                                                    ership, and it paid off with a perfect                      the first defensive player in the
mrginia, before a crowd of 4,905.                                                                                                   record and the narional champion-                            lo-year history of the Harlan
    Kow;~n opened the scoring midway                                                                                                ship.”                                                      Hill Trophy to be named NCAA
through the first quarter on a one-                                                                                                    Wisconsin-La Crossc finished the                         Division II college foothall play-
yard Aaron nosco louchdown run                                                                                                      season 14-0, while Rowan ended up                           er of the year.
that came two plays after the Profs                                                                                                 with a 1O-3-1 mark.                                             McKinnorl,     who helped lcad
recovered a fumble at the Wlsconsin-                                                                                                                                                            his team to its third straight Divi-
La Crosse seven-yard line.                                                                                                          CHAMPIONSHIP                                                sion II title December 9, received
   But from that point on, it was all                                                                                                                             7 0 0
                                                                                                                                    Rowart _.___.__..._.._...................... 0 - 7          the award the night before the
Wisconsin&a Crosse.                                                                                                                                               0 16 7
                                                                                                                                    Wts.-La Crosse._..___.__..____..__... 13 ~ 36               championship game.
   After passing for just 20 yards and                                                                                              Fit   Qunrter                                                   It is rare for a defensive play-
one interception in the opening peri-                                                                                                  R~W~II ~ Aaron hosco 1 nm (Tim Huckel                    er to win national player+)f-the-
od, Kusick began heating up on the                                                                                                  kick) (7%)                                                  year honors at any level. No
Eagles’ first drive of the second quar-                                                                                                                                                         defensive player ever has won
                                                                                                                                    Second Quarter
ter. His six completions accounted for                                                                                                                                                          the Heisman Trophy, Division
                                                                                                                                      Ws.-La Crossr ~ Dave Nagel4 pass from
51 of the 79 yards on a 1%play drive                                                                                                Craig Kurick (Thad Dugarl kick) (9:15)                      I-AA Walter Payton Trophy or
that ended with a four-yard Kusick           Wzsconsin-La Crosse> Troy Harcey gets shoved out of bounds by                            Wls.-La Crow - Salety. Mike Ivry tickled                  Division III Gagliardi Trophy.
touchdown pass to Dave Nagel.                Rowan? Tmik Gracejust shy of the end zone.                                             Eugene Fosrer in end zone (9102)                                McKinnon, a four-time first-
                                                                                                                                      Wis.-La Crosse -Jeremy Earp X.5pass tram                  team a.ll-Culf South Conference
   The turning point in the game
                                                                                                                                    Kusick (Dugan kick) (:04)
came on the ensuing kickoff. Rowan’   s      did a good job. That was a momen-             consin-La Crosse coach Roger Har-                                                                    selection and three-time con-
Tarrick Grace fielded the kick near                                t
                                             tum shift, but it didn’ lose the game         ring said. “He (Kusick) can throw the    Third Quarter                                               sensus all-American, also is the
the goal line and downed it in the end       for us.”                                      ball a ton.”                               Wm.-La Cmsse  - hick Jenkim 35 passfrom                   first North Alabama player to
zone, but an official ruled that he had         An even bigger momentum shift                 The Eagles buried their oppo-         Kusick (Dugan kick) (1:44)                                  win the honor. The Harlon Hill
caught it in the field of play and           came in the waning moments of the             nents in the third quarter, allowing                                                                 Trophy is named for a former
                                                                                                                                    Fourth Quarter
placed the ball at the one-yard line.        half. Instead of dropping to a knee at       just four yards of total offense and         Wis.-La Crosse --Jason Tarkowski 6 run                   North Alabama all-American
After two incomplete passes, Mike            his own 15 and running out the final          extending the lead to 23-7 on a 35-      (kick failed) (1334)                                        who won rookieof-the-year and
lvey tackled Eugene Foster in the end        16 seconds of the half, Kusick dropped        yard scoring strike to Erick Jenkins                                                                 most-valuable-player honors in
                                                                                                                                                           Rowan w-ii.-IatIrome
zone for a safety, giving the Eagles a       back and unloaded a bomb that hit             with 1:44 left.                                                                                      the National Football League.
                                                                                                                                    First Dowrw ___.__._____________........... 25
9-7 lead.                                    receiver Jeremy Earp in stride behind            Two fourth-quarter     touchdowns     Rushing Yardage .__.______________ 155
                                                                                                                                                                61                                  Ferris State quarterback Bill
   Rowan coach K C. Keeler ques-             the Rowan coverage and resulted in            helped the final score reflect Wiscon-   Passing Yardage........~~~~~~~~~~.~
                                                                                                                                                                92             296              Love and Ponland State running
tioned the call on the kickoff, but he       an 85yard scoring strike.                                     s
                                                                                           sin-la Crosse’ statistical domination                                49
                                                                                                                                    Return Yardage _..__.___.___________ 90                     back Steve Papin finished sec-
                                                                                                                                    Passes(Camp.-An-Int)..&30-4           21-35-l               ond and third, respectively, in
did not believe it cost his team the            The play staked the Eagles to a 16         of the game. The Eagles totaled 451
                                                                                                                                    Punts (NO.-Avg.)____.__._____
                                                                                                                                                            9-34.6          f-31.4
game.                                        7 half-time lead and drove a stake into                                   s
                                                                                           yards of offense to Rowan’ 153 and       Fumbles (No&w) _.I.__.._.___
                                                                                                                                                               52              2-2              voting for the award Twenty-two
   This game was not determined by
   ‘                                         the hean of the Profs’ hopes.                 held a two-to-one advantage in time      Penalties (No.-Yards) _______
                                                                                                                                                              4-26           7-102              players were nominated
a referee’ call,” he said. “The crew              m
                                                “I’ sure that surprised them,” Wis         of possession. Rowan also committed      Attendance-4,905.
December        18, I995                                                                                  The NCAA News                                                                                                                                            Page 9

                                                                            Surprising                                                 s
                                                                                                                      Badgers win I men’ soccer
                                                                              Wisconsin stormed into traditionally soccer-strong Atlantic                     Duke played the role of spoiler in the other semifinal as the
                                                                           Coast Conference country and proved it was the bcsr team in                     Blue Devils ended the reign of four-time defending champion
                                                                           the nation with a 2-O win over Duke in the Division I Men’         s            Virginia (21-l-2) by downing the Cavaliers, 3-2.
                                                                           Soccer Championship        December 10.                                            It was the third meeting of the season for the ACC rivals; the
                                                                              In front of a record crowd of 21,319 at Richmond, Wisconsin                  two teams tied in October and then Grginia registered a 4-l tri-
                                                                           made its first trip to the finals a successful one by posring a tour-           umph in the ACC tournament. In the tie, Vu-ginia squandered
                                                                           nament-record fifth straight shutout for the title.                             a 3-l lead. This time, however, it was Duke who posted the 3-l
                                                                              Lars Hansen and Chad Cole each scored goals for Wisconsin                    lead and staved off a Cavalier rally.
                                                                           (20-4-l), and reserve goalkeeper Jon Belskis and the stingy                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                              Jay Heaps scored Duke’ first goal and assisted on the other
                                                                           Badger defense held Duke (16-7-l) to just six shots for the game.                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                           two, the latter on a pass to Craig Jeidy, who regained Duke’ two-
                                                                              Wisconsin’ first goal came in the ninth minute of the game                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                           goal advantage after Virginia’ Sean Feary cut the Blue Devil’     s
                                                                           when Travis Roy collected the ball off a Badger corner kick and                 2-O lead in half early in the second period.
                                                                           found Hansen, who touched the ball in the box and found the                        The loss ended the Cavaliers’ 33-g-c unbeaten streak. Duke
                                                                           back of the net.                                                                was the last team to beat Vu-ginia, in 1994. The Blue Devils, in
                                                                              The Badgers added an insurance goal midway through the                       fact, have not lost to Vqinia in each of the last four rcgular-sea-
                                                                           second halfwhen Cole dribbled a 12-yarder past Blue Devil goal-                 son meetings, although the Cavaliers exacted revenge on the
                                                                           keeper John Morton for a 2-0 advantage. Duke defender Evan                      Blue Devils in postseason play with four consecutive triumphs
                                                                           Whitfield had made a goal-saving stop moments carlier, but Cole                 before this year.
                                                                           gathered the deflection and beat the diving Morton.
                                                                              Be&is, forced into action when starting Wtsconsin goalkeeper                 SEMIFINALS
                                                                           Todd Wilson dislocated his elbow in a second-round win over                                              . __._
                                                                                                                                                           Wlxonrin ____________.___.__...........                         II    t-1
                                                                                                                                                           Pordand ____________________........................            I)    0 -II
                                                                           William and Mary, kept the Badgers’ streak of tournament                          Second half: W ~ Lars Hansen (Mike Gentile, Shea Itwon). 63%
                                                                           shutouts alive. Wisconsin whitewashed 17 of 25 opponene this                      Shots: Wisconrm lS, Portland 3. Saves:Wisconsin (Jon Belski~) 1, Pottland
                                                                           season, including all five in the tournament.                                   (Todd Lawon) 3. Corner kicks: W%.consin4, Pontand 2. Foulc: Wisconsin 1 1.
                                                                              “Jon is a tremendous athlete and a very good goalkeeper,”                    Portland 5. Anendance: 21.319.
                                                                           Badger coach Jim Launder said. ‘ re blessed to have two very
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2 1- 3
                                                                                                                                                           Duke . __. ________.__.__.__._...........................................................................................
                                                                           good goalkeepers on this team. In practice, our players knew                                      _................................................................................................
                                                                                                                                                           wgnlia ___________._.___                                                                           0 2-2
                                                                           how good he (Belskis) wds. They knew how tough it wz to score                      First halE D ~ Jay Heaps (unassisted), l&43; D-Sam Smith (Heaps), 2154.
                                                                           on him. Everybody underestimated him except the kids on our                        Second half: V ~ Sean Feary (Brandon Pollard), 55:04; D ~ Craig Jeidy
                                                                           team.”                                                                          (Heaps), 7044; V - Man Leonard (Scou Vermillion. Damian Silvera), 78:27.
                                                                                                                                                              Shorr: Duke 7. Virgjnia 15. Saves: Duke (John Morton) 5, Virgnnd (YIIII
                                                                              The fourth shutout in the string came in a l-0 triumph against
                                                                                                                                                           Sagatov) 3. Corner kicks: Duke 2, Vqinia 5. Fouls: Dnke 22, Virginia IO.
                                                                           Portland (16-i-3-3) in the semifinals. The lone tally came when                 Attendance: 21,319.
                                                                           Hansen scored from in close midway through the second peri-
                                                                           od.                                                                             CHAMPIONSHIP
                                                                              Wisconsin controlled play throughout the game, missing sev-                  Duke                                                                                   __
                                                                                                                                                                _.__________._._.._................................................................................ 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               .~         n-o
                                                                           eral opportunities in the first half to take the lead. In the sec-              Wisconsin .___.._.__.._.__..._.............................................................. 1 I-2
                                                                                                                                                              First half: W - Lars Hansen (Travis Roy), 8:12.
                                                                           ond half, however, Hansen received a pass from Mike ‘         Gentile              Second half: W ~ Chad Cole (rrnassisred),62:58.
                                                                            near the end line, fought off a defender, and scored past Pilot                   Shots: Duke 6, WisronGn 15. Savrb. Duke (lohn Monon) 10. Wisconsin (Jon
                                                                           goalkeeper Todd Lawton for what turned out to be the game-                      B&k&) 2. Comer kicks: Dnkr 5. Wisconsin IO. Fouls: Duke 17. W&onsin 20.
                                                                         B winner.                                                                         Attendance: 21.319.

                                                                     ’ $m Championships                                             summaries
                                                                       c 3 Division I-AA                                                                   Roben, del. Now Damr. 15-9.1511,154; Stanford def. Oral Robefl,, 15-4,15-
                                                                           football                                                                        7,154.
 Wbconsin’ Christian Broadhurst (right) and Lh~kt’    s                      Sadin&   Marshall 25. M~Neese St 13; Montanza 70, Stephen E Austin 14.           (ac Florida) - Florida def. T exal A&M, 154,1.5-13,154;licxd\ drl. Illinoir, 15
                                                                             Championship(Drremher 16 at Hundngton, West Vwunia): Marshall (12-2)          1:~.15-12.153;lixx def. Florida, ~15,15~7,1yl,lo-15,15-15.
Jay Heaps went high for this shot, and Wzsconsinhead-                                                                                                         (at Nebraska) ~ Nebraska def. Prnn SI., tF7,15-fi.1411;.152: I ‘CLA def. Ohio
                                                                            vs. Mon~ma       (I 22).
           s                                     s
 ed oflDuk’ attempt to win the Division I Men’ Soccer                                                                                                      St. 15+156,15~ NeLnxka def. UCLA. 15-9.19-7.1~~14
 Chumpionship title by heating the Blue Devils, 2-O. It                                                                                                                                                 1 1
                                                                                                                                                              (at Hawaii)-Hawaii drf. Arizona SI.. 15-X.TI-5, t~15,11~13;Mirhiem St.drf. San
                                                                            Division     I                                                                 Diego St.. ISI l.ITtl:~.lTttO; Michigan St def. Hawaii. ~l5.K15.1~t10.157,1515.
 wa.~the.first trip to tkjinalsftir Wwconsin, whichfin-                     women’  s        volleyball                                                       Sea         (Drrembrr 14 a, Marrarhrrsetrs). Stanford (T&2) VS.‘  I-exa>(27-C):
 ished 20-4-l. Duhefintihd 16-7-l.                                            Regionala: (a Stanford) ~ Stanford def. So~nherclC,d. 15-1~.1~~12,t5-%
                                                                                                                                                  Or.11    Nebraska (30-l) v,. M~rhqan St- (34-2). Final D ecemher 16 ill Ma\,<lchrl\cllc

ExecutiveCommittee hikes special-ussistance to $ IO million,approves$ I8 million supplementaldistribution
l   Continued   from   page   I                                             s
                                                         for the women’ soccer championship;            it grew
                                                         from 12 to 16 teams in 1!193 and from 16 to 24
and sports-sponsorship       funds.                                                    s
                                                         teams in 1994. Women’ soccer is now spon-
    .l‘ disburscmcnt
       he                left $6 million in unallo-      sored by I8 I Division I institutions        (59 per-
catcd surplus. Of that amount, the Executive             cent).                                                        NCAA Executive Committee                                            meets to include at least a full complement
Committee directed $2 million to the funded                  The Executive Committee also asked for re-                December 7-8lKansas City, Missouri                                  of events from one of the established fol--
operating reserve, bringing         the total in that    ports from Divisions II and III women’ soc-   s
                                                                                                                          n Approved a one-year baseball bat per-                          mats outlined in the rules.
reserve to $26.7 million. The remaining $4 mil-          cer so it can examine field sizes for those
                                                                                                                       formance standard that was recommend-                                  n Adopted a statement from the Corn-
lion was left as unallocated surplus, pending            championships         at irs May meeting.
                                                                                                                       ed by the NCAA Baseball Rules Committee                             mittee on Competitive Safeguards and Me-
the resolution of questions involving the na-                 Because of its expansion of the Division I
                                                                                                                       (see the November 27issue of The NCAA                               dical Aspects of Sports regarding dehydra-
tional office headquarters site, membership                          s
                                                         Women’ Soccer Championship, the Executive
                                                                                                                       News).                                                              tion. The effect will be to ban precompetition
restructuring and restricted-earnings        coaches     Committee asked that 1996 Convention Propo-
                                                                                                                          w Denied a proposed rule change by the                           weight loss at an NCAA championship
htigdtion.  Some of those issues may be resolved         sal No. 91 be withdrawn by its sponsors. That
                                                                       is a resolution that seeks to develop                s            s
                                                                                                                       Men’ and Women’ Swimming Committee                                  through methods such as steam rooms and
in the next year, aL which time the Executive            proIJOSa1
Committee will review the status of those mon-           automatic bids and play-ins for the 1997 cham-                that would have required all championships                          saunas.
eys.                                                     pionship. The Executive Committee believes
    With the $18 million distribution        that will   its action renders the proposal moot.
take place in January, the Association will have              In other matters pertaining to legislation,
paid $52 million in supplemental distributions
(including the membership-trust         payment) to
                                                         the Executive Committee chose to support
                                                         Proposal No. 84, which would create a National
                                                                                                                         T he       Executive             Committee                             agreed                 to distribute                             $ I8
Division I members over the last four years.             Collegiate Women’ Crew Championship. The
                                                                                 s                                       million        in excess           revenues                      to the               Division                   I member-
                                                         Executive Committee previously had taken no                     ship....With           the $ I8 million                             distribution                          that           will take
Other    business
                                                         position on the proposal.
   ‘ he Executive Committee also took action                  Also, the committee agreed to support Pro-               place       in January,            the Association                                will         have paid $52 mil-
on several championships      matters.                   posal No. 86, provided the sponsors of Pro-
   After reviewing the 1995-96 sportssponsor-            posal Nos. 85 and 8’ withdraw those propos-
                                                                                     7                                 lion     in supplemental                      distributions                             (including                      the          mem-
ship report, the committee agreed to expand               als. No. 86 would extend the moratorium            on        bership-trust             payment)                    to Division                          I members                           over              the
the field for the Division I Women’ Soccer               the discontinuation           of any NCAA champi-
Championship      from 24 teams to 32 and the            onship through 19!)8-99. No. 85 would permit                                                             last four                   years.
field for the National Collegiate Women’ La-s             a NdtiOnal     Collegiate or division championship
crosse Championship       from six to eight. The         that has been sponsored for 10 years or more
expansions will be effective with the 1996-97            to continue, regardless of the number of spon-
academic year.                                            sow, while No. 87 would create a protected sta-          championships   in Olympic sports.                                       vious positions on other legislation (see the
   This will be the third increase in four years                                        s
                                                          tus to continue all men’ and women’ NCAA  s                The Executive Committee rearmed                     its pre-           December 4 issue of The NCAA News).
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                                                                                                             n Division                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                           I men’ basketball                                                                                             leaders
                                                                                                                                                                         CL                                              3FG           Fl   PTS       AVG                                                                                                CL                  G             NO        AVG
                                                                                                              1. Shareef Abdur-Raturn. Cakfornla                           Fr                                              2           24    94       31.3           1. Makk Rose. Drexel ............................................................ Sr                                            15.4
                                                                                                              2 Randy Boldsn, Texas Southsrn                             SO                                               28           40   176       293            2. Lorenzen Wrlaht. Memphis ................................................ So                                                 14.5
                                                                                                              3. Jason Daisy, Northsrn Iowa.                              Jr                                               9           27             28 7           3. Scoh Farly. timer . .. .                                                         Sr                                          13.8
                                                                                                              4 Eddie Renton. Vermont                                   ..Sr                                              19           51   1::       27 7           4 Tim Duncan, Wab Forest                                                             Jr                                         134
                                                                                                              5. Tunfr Awofobr. Boston U.. ..............                 Jr                                               1           27   100       27.0           5 Damion Walker, Texas Christian’ :                                    .._       . ..Fr                                         12.6
                                                                                                              6 Reg 18 Frssman. Texas                                                                                     16           77   131       26 2           6. Marlon WItherspoon, Morehead St.                                                 Sr                                          12.5
                                                                                                              7 Saa e onergan, Danmouth            ..........             i:                                               6           is   102       25 5           6. Todd Fuller, Nofih Care. St.                                                     Sr                                          12.5
                                                                                                              0. Andrall Hoard, Nonheastern III.. ................... Jr                                                   3           19   124       24.8           6. Thaddeous Delaney. Charleston (SC.)                                               Jr                                         12.5
                                                                                                              9. Tun Roberts. Southern-B R.. ................... Sr                                                       16           21    99       24.6           9 Kyle Snowdsn. Harvard                                                                                                         124
                                                                                                             10 Jeff Nord aard. Wis -Green Bay                            Sr                                               :           13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       43   121       24.2                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    10 Zendon HamIlton, S1 John’ (N V)                                                 2:                                            12.3
                                                                                                             11. Damion \Ralksr, Texas Christian ........ .... ..Fr                                                                         169       24.1          10 WC Tnerwerler. Pacdrc (Cal.)                                                       Jr                                         12.3
                                                                                                             12. Chucky Atldns, South Fla. ............................ Sr                                                 19          31   120       24.0          12. Wrllram Eley. Southeast MO. St.                                                  So                                          12.2
                                                                                                             12 Anthony Harris, Hawall                                    Sr                                                3          15    72       24.0          13. Marcus Mann. Mlsslsslppl Val.                                                  ..Sr                                          12 1
                                                                                                             14 Charles Smith. Rider                                                                                                        119       238
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    14. James Harper, South Fla                                                           Jr                                         120
                                                                                                             15. Ray Allen. Canneclicur ..................... ...........;‘  :                                             1;          ::   166       23.7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            147                     14. Harry Harrison. Idaho                                                            Sr                                          120
                                                                                                             16. John Wallace, Syracuse .......... ... ...... .Sr                                                            4         38             23.7
                                                                                                             17 Chaunce Brllups. Colorado                                                                                  I4          41   141       23.5          16 Adonal Fovls. Coloate                                                             so                                          11.8
                                                                                                             17. Marcus i rown, Murray St.......                          E.:                                                               141                     17 Steve Ha&r; Tsniessee                                                             Sr                                          11.6
           Delanq,                              Nash                                     sirm                17. Bubba Wells, Austin Pea ............................. r..J
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       25    94
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      235           16. Greg Logan, Mama                                                :.:       :I: Sr                                             11.3
                                                                                                             17 Lorenzen Wnght. Memp KIS                               ..s 0                                                 0         32    94       23.5          19. CuI11s Flncher. Eastern Ky.                                                      SC                                          11.0
                                                                                                             21 Malik Rose, Drexsl                                        Sr                                                           37   117                     19. Tunll Awojobl. Boston U. .._..                                                    Jr                                         11 0
                                 (Through     December      I I)                                             21. Keith Veney. Marshall ...........................        Jr                                               2:          17   117       ;z:           19. Gsoroe Redd, Georga Mason                                                         Jr                                         110
                                                                                                             21. Craig Thames. Toledo        ......................... Sr                                                  10          43   117       23.4          19 Shaun Stonerook. Dhro S1                                                         ..Fr                                         11.0
                                        INDIVIDUAL                                                           24. Darrell Barley. Canrslus ........................        Sr                                                9          19   140       23.3          19 Roy Rogers, Alabama                                                               Sr                                          11.0
                No.     Player, Team, Opponent                                                    Date       25 James Colkns. Flonda S1                                   Jr                                               16          16             23.2
                                                                                                             25 Mali Alosa, Nsw Hampshire                                                                                  14          30   11:       23 2                                               FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE
  Points         42     Eddie Benton,Vermont    vs. Hofstra                                       Dec. 9     27 Anquell McCollum. Western Caro.                           ::                                               15          16   115       23 0          (Min 5 FG Made Per Game)                                                    CL                                                   PCT
                 41     Derrick Kidd. Southern-B.R. vs. LSU                                      Nov. 29     27. Todd Fuller, NoRh Caro. ......... ............... Sr                                                       4          28             23.0           1 Curbs WIggIns. Tennessee Tech                                              Jr                                                 77.0
                                                                                                             29. Allen Iverson, Geor etown ....... ......... So                                                            10          45   1::       22.6           2. Chns Dantels, Daylon                                                     Sr                                                  76 9
  Rebounds        2 I Todd Fuller. North       Care. St. vs.Va. Military                         Nov. 25     30 Jafonde Wrlhams, d ampton ....                            Sr                                               25          17   156       22.6           3. Scott Snider, Gonraga                                                    Sf                                                  750
                                                                                                             31 Artsmus McClarv. Jacksonvrlls                             Sr                                                                 90       22 5           4. Kirk Luchman, Flonda S1                                                   Jr                                                 74.3
                  2 I Thaddeous Delaney, Charleston           (S.C.) vs. Charleston        So.    Dec. 9     32. Marcus Camby, hassachusens                                                                                  :         i:   112       22 4           5 Shareef Abdur-Rahlm. Callforrua                                            Fr                                                 73.9
                                                                                                             32 Demarco Johnson, N C-Charlotte                           s”,’                                                ‘ 7       17   112       22 4           6. Greg Smith. Delaware                                                     .Jr                                                 738
 Assists           I5 Steve Nash, Santa Clara vs. SouthemB.R.                                     Dec. 9     34. Tommy McGhae, Rica                                   . ..Sr                                               ii          ii   134       22 3           7 Alexander Koul. Gso Washington                                           so                                                   73.5
                                                                                                             35. Monty W~loon. Tennessee                                  Jr                                               14          25   111       22 2           8 Amal McCaskill. Marquette                                                 Sr                                                  71.8
                   14 Shane Belnap. Montana vs. Simon Fraser                                     Nov. I I    36. Kenya Capers, Houston                                    Jr                                                0          15   133       22.2           6. Ben Handlogten. Westarn Mlch.                                           .Sr                                                  71 a
                                                                                                             37 Bnan Evans. lndlana                                                                                        15          29   154       22.0          10. Charlie Nelson, Air Force                                                Sr                                                  70.8
  Blocked          I I Jelani McCoy, UCLA vs. Maryland                                            Dec. 9     37 Ronnie Henderson, LSU                                     ;:                                                .Y         24   110       22 0          11 Kevin Bsal. UTEP                                                   . . ...Sr                                                  70.7
                                                                                                             37. Jason Alexandsr, St&on                                   Sr                                               16          ia   110       22 0                                                             ...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    12 Jermame Tata, Ohlo St. . . . ..__................’. . . . . . ...’         Fr                                                 70.6
    Shots          IO Keith Gloss. Central Corm. St. vs. Delaware St.                             Dec. 2     37. Ron Coleman, Lamar                                       Jr                                                4          28    aa       22 0          13. Maurice Robinson. Oklahoma St.                                           .Jr                                                 70.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    13. Cody Johnson, Teras-San Antonio                                          Sr                                                  702
  Steals            9 Alvin Sims, Louisville vs.Va. Commonwealth                                 Nov. 25                                                                             ASSISTS                                                                        15 Malik Ross. Drexel                                                        Sr                                                  70.2
                    9 Jason Hamilton.Washington      vs. Eastern Wash.                           Nov. 28      1. Pointer Williams, McNeesa St.
                                                                                                              2. Danny Hurley. Seton Hall

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         i.:                                           FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (Mm. 2.5 Made Per Game)                                                          CL                                                PCT
  3-R. FG           9 Brian Green, Nevada vs. Baylor                                              Dec. 2      3. Shane Belnap, Montana                                                                                                                   9.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Drew Barry, Georgia Tech                                                      Sr                                             lDO.0
                                                                                                              4 Dan PO UB. Campball                                                                             “,:                :
                    9 Stuart Sullivan, Evansville vs. Wichita St.                                 Dec. 9      4 Curbs rsIctancs. Gsorgs Mason                                                                   Jr                 4                     :i          1. Mike Dlllard. Sam Houston St.                                               ..Jr                                             IWO
                                                                                                              6. Reggle Geary. Arlrona    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...’. . ...’
                                                                                                                                                                                             .                  Sr                                       a.0         1. Jason Sutton, Norlh Caro S1                                                    Jr                                            IWO
                    9 Pete Liricky. Penn St vs. Pennsylvania                                      Dec. 9                                                                                                                                                             1 Darecko Rawlmo. MO -Kansas Cltv                                       .’       Sr                                             loo.0
                                                                                                              6. God Shammgod. Providence                                                                      .Fr                 i                     0.0
                                                                                                              6 la Marr Greer. Flonda St                                                                       so                                                    5. Jeron Roberts, Wyoming              :.                                       So                                               96.0
  Fr Pet.        IO0 (I4 of 14) Vincent Rainey, Murray St vs.Western               Mich.         Nov. 28      6 Allen Watson,‘  Coppin S1                                                                       Sr                 :                     ii          6. Steve Nash, Santa Clara                                                       Sr                                              95.0
                 I00 (I4 of 14) Daryl Oliver, Richmond vs. Radford                                Dec. 4     10. Billy Wrlght, Bradley                                                  :..: :..:.:           :.Sr                                       7.8         7. Brian Lloyd. Brown                                                            Sr                                              94.7
                                                                                                             10. Chns Snowden. Southwestern La.                                                                so                  :                     7.8         7. Geoff Bille1, Ru1 818        .._........ ..__...........               _.......Fr                                             94.7
                                                                                                             12 Solomon Abel, S1 Francis (N V)                                                                 so                  6                                 9 Jafl Rogers, Bu l! (Ir      .._                                               so              6           15         16        938
  FG Pet.       94.4    (I 7 of 18) Silas Mills, Utah Sr vs. Hawaii-Hi10                         Nov. 26     13. Brevin Knight, Stanford                                                                        Jr                                       :.i         9 Dersk Grimm. Missouri                                                           Jr            i           15         16        938
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ;;                 :                     7.6        11 Nate Holmstadt. Montana St                                                      Fr                                             93.3
                                              TEAM                                                                                                                                                                                 6                     75         11. Dameon Sanoom. Soumwest Tex. St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .     ::..Jr             :           27
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1:         1:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            29        93.3
                No.     Team. Opponent                                                            Date                                                                                                          Sr                                                  13. Nlco HarrIson. Montana St.                                                    Sr                                              93.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Jr                 :                     :.z
  Poinu          I42    Prairie View vs. Bay Ridge Christian                                     Nov. 27                                                                                                  ::::..So                 4                     7.5                                           B-POINT FIELO GOALS MME PER GAME
                 I42    George Mason vs.lroy St.                                                 Nov. 20                                                                                                                                                                                                                           CL                                                      NO        AVG
                                                                                                                                                                              BLOCKEDSIIOTS                                                                           1. Mark Kmnarrd. Morehead St.                                 Sr                                                     29         4.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NO         AVG            2. Kay Smith, Texas Tech                                      Sr                                                                4.8
  3-R. FG         23 Troy St vs. George Mason                                                    Nov. 28      1. Keith Gloss, Central Corm St                                                                  Ek                           25          6.3           3 Randy Bolden, Texas Southern                              .so                                                      ::         4.7
                  I8 Three tied.                                                                              2 Roy Ro ers, Alabama                                                                             Sr                                      5.7           3 Oawd Sivulich. S1 Mary’ (Cal )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               s                                   so                                                      14         47
                                                                                                              3. Terre11E? Georgia                                                                            ..Sr                          ::          54            5 Kedh Veney. Marshall                                        Jr                                                     22
                                                                                                              4. Tun Duncan, Wake Forest                                                                        Jr                                                    6. Scotl Neely, Campbell                                      Sr                                                     17          :.i
  FG PCL        69.8 (30 of 43) Tulsa vs. North Caro.A&T                                          Dec. 2      5 Jalani McCoy. UCLA                                                                              Fr                          Ei           ?J           6. Tom Prpkrns, Duquesne                                      Jr                                                                 4.3
  Fr Pet.       97.0    (32 of 33) Toledo vs. Old Dominion                                        Dec. 9
                                                                                                              6. Pster Aluma. Llbeny
                                                                                                              7. Avondre Jones. Southern Cal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Jr                          26
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4.3          0 Peta LlSlCky Penn St.                                      so                                                      ::          4.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      9 Lance Wesms. Auburn                                        .Sr                                                     29          41
                                                                                                              6 Calvm Booth. Penn S1                                                                             ::                                      2
                                                                                                              9 Erick Dampisr, Mlssissrppl St                                                                    Jr                         1:                                                      3-POINT FIELD-COAL PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                             10 D~nnl~ NewIon, NoRheasl La.                                                                      So                         14           :.i        (Mm 1.5 Made Per Game)              .....                              CL                        G           FG        FGA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            14                                                                                                                                                       PC1
                                                                                                             10. David Gully. Wllkam & Mary                                                                      Sr                                      35          1 Wally Srcrerbiak. Miami (Ohlo) ...............                       Fr                                                       77.8
                                                                                                                                                                                      STEALS                                                                         2. Isaac Fontamc, Washington St.                 ....                  Jr                       :           1:         1;       73.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CL                                                 3 Kenya Wdklns. Oregon                                                 Jr                                   16         22       12 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            NO         AVG
                                                                                                               1    Poudsr W~lkams, McNeess S1                                                                    Sr                                    7.0          4 Jon Gamas, Southern Utah ..........                                  Jr                       :           16         23       696
                                                                                                               2    Andre11 Hoard. Noriheas1srn Ill                                                                                         ::                       5. Jay Boykln. LibeRy ...........................                      Fr                       6            9         13       69.2
                                                                                                               3.   Jason Ham&on, Washln on                                                                       i:                                     4”.:        6. Royce Olney. New Mexico .....................                      So                                    12         18       667
                               (Through     December   IO)                                                     4.   Ben Larson, Cal Poly SL $                                                                      Fr                       5%                       6. David Burns, Davldson ........................                      Fr                       :            6          9       66.7
                                      INDIVIDUAL                                                               4    RegInaId Poole. Southwss&rn La                                                                so                                     ::          6. Level1 Sanders, Seton Hall .....................                   So                        4           12         18       66.7
                                                                                                               6.   Keaton Hyman, Manharlan                                                                       Sr                        13           4.3         6. Raglnald Poole. SoulhwesMm La ..............                       So                                                9       66.7
                No. Player, Team, Opponent                                                        Date                                                                                                                                                              10 Pste Lisicky, Penn St. .........                          ......    so                         :          2:                  65.6
                                                                                                               7.   Sea Loner an. Dartmouth         .._...                                                        .Jr
  Points         52 Derrick Henry. Mercy vs.Assumption                                           Nov. 27       7               ey,
                                                                                                                    Nata Lang P George Mason        .._                                                            Jr                       1:           :.i        11. Marcus Bullard. Mississippi St. ......             : .........     So                                    15         ;i       65.2
                                                                                                               9.   Allen Iverson, Georgetown                                                                     So                        30           3.8        12. Dan Earl, Penn St ...........................                       Jr                        :                              64.3
                 43 OrvilleTurner. Centnl MO. SL vs. IUIPU-Indianapolis                           Dec. 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            15           38         12. Jason Daisy, Northern Iowa .....................                    Jr                                       i      1:       64.3
                                                                                                               9    Gregg Barr, lona                                                                              Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    14 Marius Janulis, Syracuss                                    ....    so                        i                               62.5
  Rebounds        25    Elbert Jones.West      Fla. vs. La Grange                                Nov. 27                                                                                                                                                            14 Shandue McNrill. St Bonavsntunr .................                    Jr                                   1:         1:       62.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    14 Jelani Gardner, California ..................                       So                         :                              62.5
                                                                                                 Nov. 25            NCAA statistics are avaalabb on the Cdegiate Spoti Network.
 Assists           lb Mike Sheppard,Tampa vs. Otterbein                                                                                                                                                                                                             14 Jeronimo Bucaro, Manhattan ...................                       Jr                                       ;           :   62.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    14 Jason Wnght. New Drlsann                   ..                    ..J r                         l              5           a   62.5
                   I5   Bobby Banks. Metropollan         St vs. Cal Baptist                      Nov. 24

  Blocked          I2 Kino Outlaw, Mount Olive vs. Newport                 News                   Dec. 5
    Shots          IO Two tied.                                                                              H             Team leaders                                                                                          Through December                                12
  Steals            0 Six tied.
                                                                                                                                 SCORING OFI :ENSE                                                                                          FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                               S-POINI FIELD GOALS MADE ,“Fl GAMM
  3-R FG           IO Martin Lattibeaudiere,West         Tex.A&M         vs. LeToumeau           Nov. 24                                 G      W-L                                           PTS         AVG                                                                    FT.   FGA          PCT                                                                                              AVG
                                                                                                               1.   Gear (I Mason               2-2                                                      121 3           1. Callfornra ............................... ..... .lti      115          5B.9          1. Troy St. .... ........................................ .                        155
  FTPCL          100 (I 2 of 12) Desmond         Greer. North Ala. vs. Detta Sr                   Dec. 4       2.   Tro 1.                fi    2-4                                                      1025            2 UTEP                                                 150                               2. Morehand St                                                                     125
                                                                                                               3.      fornla
                                                                                                                    CalYS                 3     3-o                                                      1020            3 Mississip i S.1                                      164    iii          z::           3. Dra on .......................................... 5                             11.6
                                                                                                               4.   Oregon                5     4-1                                                      101 2           4. New Mex P ............ . .......... . ........ ,186
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       co                                              349          53.3          4. No A Caro. SL ................................ .4                               10.5
  FG Pa           100 ( I2 of 12) J. J. Sims, West Ga. vs. Gardner-Webb                           Dec. 2       5    Marshall                    3-2                                            ._.        982            5. Colorado St. ................................ ,150         283          53.0          4. I‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      rlnceton                                                   4          42       10.5
                                               TEAM                                                            6.   North Caro S1         :     4-o                                           384                        6. Copprn St. ........                                 138    261          52.9          6. Evansville                                                                      100
                                                                                                   Date        7    Morehead S1           6     3-3                                           568         i2.Y           7 MIddIe Term S1                                       152    288          528           7 Cam hsll                                                     :          ::        9.8
                 No. Team. Opponent                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               a. s0m Rd6m            ~a.                                     4          38        9.5
                                                                                                               ;    Ml~l$lppl  s1               4-l                                           4.51        93.6           a. Clemson ....................... I.. .... ::. ..... ,154    292          52.7
  Points          IS8 Central Okla. vs. Ark. Baptist                                              Dec. 9                                  4”    3-1                                           372         93.0           9. Dklahoma St. ............................... ,143          273          52.4                         l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  9. Florlda Int’ .._.................................. 5                   47        9.4
                                                                                                             10 Georgsbwn                       7-l                                           733         91.6          10. Arizona ......................                      220    421          52.3         10. Southern-B R                                                4          37
  3-R. FG          I8   Southwest   St. vs. Washburn                                             Nov. 25     11 Cincinnati                f     4-o                                           365         91.3          11 Louisville                                           221    423          52 2         11 Charleston So                                                6                    !i
                                                                                                             12 Southeastern La.         .5     3-2                                           455         91 .o         12. Eastern Mich. ............ ............... ,178            341          52.2         11 Texas Tech                                                   4                    9.0
                                                                                                             13. coppin St.               4     2-2                                           362         90.5          13. Syracuse ..................................... ,191        368          51.9         13. Nevada                                                      5                    8.6
  FG Per         78.0   (32 of 4 I) Coker vs. Morris                                             Nov. 2 I    14. Nebraska                 7     6-l                                           628         89.7          14 Nebraska                                             224    432          51 9         13 Wake Forest                                                  5                    8.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        15. Central Mlch. .............................. ,107          207          51.7         15. Hampton                                                     7                    8.6
  Fr Pa.         93. I (27 of 29) Indiana (Pa.) vs. Ky.Wesleyan                                  Nov. 20                                        SCORING DlFENSE                                                         16. St Franc@ [N.Y) ......                              1;;    326                       16. Marquehe                                             . . . ..
                                                                                                                                                              W-L                             PTS        AVG.           17 Northern Am                                                 295          :1:          17 Vanderbilt                                                                        I2
                                                                                                              1     Princston                            4    4-o                             187
                                                                                                                                                                                               ._.       46.8           18. Radlord ......... ............................ ,211        410          51.5         18. Vermont                                                     6                    8.3
                                                                                                              2.    Texas A&M                            4    3-l                             196        49.0           19 Penn S1                                              149    291          51 2         19. coppkl St
                                                                                                              3.    St. Joseph’ (Pa.)
                                                                                                                              s                          2    2-o                             110        55 0           20. N.C -Ashevills ...........                         ,144    282          51.1         19 Southern Miss                                                :          ii         !.i
                                                                                                              4.    South Ala                            3    2-1                             166        55 3
                                                                                                                                                         5     5-o                            277        55 4                        FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE OEFENSE                                                             S-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                              5     Clemson
                                                                                                              6     Wake Forest                               4-l                             Ial        562                                                 FG FGA                      -..        PCT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      _.         (Mm 3 0 mads per game)                   G  FG  FGA                                 PCT
                                                                                                              7     voungstown St                        :    2-1                             169        56.3             1. Clncmnarl                       ii  231                                32.9          1. PennSt.                              .5 35   65                                 53.8
                                                                                                              B     Charlsston (SC.)                     2    2-o                             113        56.5                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2 S1 Jose h’ (Pa)                      110                                33 6          2.Evansvrlle                             4 40   76
                               (Through     December                3)                                                                                                                                                    3 South Aa P                       i:  163                                34.4          3 Arkansas St                            4      38                                 :k?l
                                                                                                              9.    Marist                               4    4-o                             227        56.8                                                                                                                                                :;   4(
                                                                                                                                                         4                                    228        57 0             4 Drerel                         iia   342                                34 5          4. St. Peter’s                           4                                         48.8
                                     INDIVIDUAL                                                              10.    Samford                                   3-l                                                                                                                                                 5 NC -Grsensboro                       .5  38   79                                 48.1
                                                                                                             11.    Cmcmnatr                                  4-o                             229        57 3             5 Tennsssss       ...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‘ .:.            107   305                                35.1
                No. Player.Team,    Opponent                                                      Date                                                        3-o                             172        57.3             6 Vlrglnla                       106   300                                35 3          6.Mlssourl                               6 30   66                                 45 5
 Points          59 Ed Brands. Grinnell vs. Chicago                                              Nov. 18                                                      2-3                             287        57.4            7   aOStOn COiiBgB                147   415                                35.4          7 RICB                                                                             45 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          8. Wakr Forest                .I.105   2%                                 35 5          B Central Mich.                          i ;“8  E                                  45.2
                                                                                                             14 IowaSI.                                  6    5-l                             346        57.7                                              127   356                                35 7          9. Oregon                              ..5 :5  129                                 45.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          9 Utah.
 Rebounds         25 Mike Bockenstedr. Luther vs. Grinnell                                       Nov. 20                                                                                                                10 Virguua Tech                     .65  182                                35.7         10 Wake Fores1                                                                      44 a
                  25 Gilbert0 Parker, Medgar Evans vs. Purchase St.                               Dec. 2                               SCORING MARGIN                                                                   11. Marlst                      ::...B6  239                                36.0         11 Valoaraiso                 ._          i 40   ii                                 44.4
                                                                                                                                                                  OFF                         DEF        MAR                                               116   322                                360          12. N.d.-Asheville ..................... .5 32   73                                 43.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        12 Georgra
                                                                                                              1. Cmcmnab ..........                                                                      34 0           13 North Care St                     98  271                                36.2         13 Mlaml (Ohro)                                                                     43 a
 Assists           I7 Jeff Bo$e, Grinnell vs. Chicago                                            Nov. I8      2 North Caro S1                                     zi                         E           29.5           14. Ala.-Blrmlnpham                1;;   324                                36.4         14 Soulhrm III. .... ................ .     ;:   EY                                 43.1
                   I7 Chris errin. Simpson vs. Grmnell                                           Nov. 25      3 Vu~mia Tech                                       a7 7                       60.0        27.7           15. Jackoonvllle St                      378                                36 5         15. New Me&o ....................... .6     39   91                                 42.9
                                                                                                              4 Cahfornia .............................. ,102.O                              75.3        26.7           16 Tulsa                             61  167                                36.5         15. New Hampshrre             _.... 5                                               429
  Blocked          9 Mark Awantan . Washlngton (Md.) vs. Rutgers-Camden                          Nov. I8      5. Gsorgstown ................................ .91.6                           65.9        25.0           17. Missouri                       138   375                                36.8         15 Camobell                               4                                         42.9
                                                                                                              6. Penn St. .................... ......... ...... .B9.0                        63.4        25.6
    Shots          8 John Garber. 67illsaps vs. Fisk                                             Nov. 20      7. Clemson .............. ............. ....... .BO.B                          55.4        25.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        la Colorado SI                           271                                36 9         15. Nonh Care. St.                        4 42   98                                 42.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        19 Marquens                        1:    287                                36.9         19. Stetson                               5 41   96                                 42.7
                                                                                                              8. Mlaml (Dhro ........................... .87.4                               62.8        24.6           20 Loyola Marymount               ,144   386                                37.3         20 Nolth Care                             7 51  120                                 42 5
 Steals            IO Jeff Boyle, Grinnell vs. ML Mercy                                          Nov.   2I    9. Mlsslsslpp~ 4 t. ........................... .93.6                          69.8        23.8
                                                                                                             10. Oregon ...................................... .101.2                        77.6        23.6                                    FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE                                                                      REBOUND MARGIN
 3-R FG            IO Ed Brands. Grinnell vs. Chicago                                            Nov. I0     11. Mlssourl ..............................        ..B9 5                       66 3        232                                                      Fl                    FfA         PC1                                                                    OFF              DEF      MAR
                    9 Ed Brands, Grinnell vs. Colondo          Col.                              Nov. I7     12. Texas Tech ................................. .67.5                          644         22.8            1 Ark -Ldtls Rock                        63                                ai.           I.   Penn st. .................................... .4a.4                 25.0      23.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2 Smon            .._                    62                     :7         80.5          2.   Iowa ......         ......                                                    175
                                                                                                                               WON-LOST PERCENTAGE                                                                       3. Massachusehs                          94                    117         80.3          3    Georgetown                                    ..:.:i z              2;        14.4
  FTPcL          IO0 ( I5 of IS) Man George, Colby-Sawyer                vs. Norwich             Nov. I0                                                  W-L                                              PC1                                                                          142                       4.   Texas Tech ................ :... ..:. ......... .40.5               35.0      13.5
                                                                                                              1. Arizona                                   7-n                                           1 wo
  FG Pet.        I60    (*I 8 of 18) Jason Lighr Emory 81 Henry vs. King                          Dec. 2      1 Mlosisslppi val’
                                                                                                              1 Vdlanova                                   7-o
                                                                                                                                                                                               i-o       1000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mlaml (Fla.) ................................. j:;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Northern III
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           31 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           34 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        102         78 4          7.   Loyola Marymount .......... . .......... .45.3                      32.5      12.8
                                                 TEAM                                                         1 Illinois                                   6-O                                           1.000                                                                          100         78.3          8.   Florlda St. .................. ............... .45.6                32 8      12.8
                No.     Term, Opponent                                                            Date        1 New Mexico      .._.._.                    6-O                                           l.WO                                                                           122         77 9          9    Gsorga Mason                                    .62 5               49 a      12.8
                                                                                                              1. S racuse                                  6-O                                           l.C@l                                                                          143         77 6         10.   Colorado St .......... ................... .39.4                    27.4      12.0
  Points         I57    Simpson vs. Grinnell                                                     Nov. 25      1. CYemson                                                                                 l.oa,                                                                          125         77.6         11.   Connsctlcut ............... ...... ..... .45.4                      33.6      11.9
                                                                                                              1. Eastern Mlch.                             ::                                            1 .ow                                                                          105                      12    NorlhCaro S1                                       470              35 5      115
  3-PL FG        *30    Grinnell vs. Colorado     Cal.                                           Nov. I7      l.Kansas                                     5-o                                           1000                                                                                       E.1          13.   Providenti ............................. . ... .43.3                31.8      11.5
                                                                                                 Nov. 25
                                                                                                              1 Massachusetts                              5-o                                           tsml                                                                           1::         77.1         14.   Mlsslsslppl St. ...............                 ..44 .o             32 6      11.4
  FG Pet.       76.9 (70 of 91) Simpson vs. Grinnell                                                          1 Miami (Ohio)                               5-o                                           l.wO                                                                           117         769          15    Missoun                                         ..4 4 7             33 3      11 3
                                                                                                              1 PannSt                    I ..I            5-Q                                           l.OW                                                                           134         76.9         16.   Mlsalsslppl Val. ..... . ...... :..:: .:. ....... .51.7             40.4      11.3
  Fr   Pet         IO0 (20 of 20) Juniata vs. Widener                                             Dec. 2      1. Portland                                  5-u                                           1 uw                                                                                       766          17    west va                                            44 5             33 3      113
 *NCAA       Division Ill record                                                                              1. UTEP              _..._..                 5-o                                           1 ooo                                                                          1:          76.4         18.   CI6mSOn ..................................... .36.8                 25.6      11.2
                                                                                                             Current winning streak Darlmoulh a, four bad wdh 7                                                                                                                         101         76.2         19.   Clnclnnatl ......                                  46 3             35 3      11.0
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                                                                                                                                                        SCONlYG                                                                                                                                             REBOUNDING
                                                                                                                                                               CL                                                                     PTS           AVG                                                                                          CL
                                                                                                          1 Natssha Par%. Coppm St                               Sr                                                                                 27 3     1 Trmothea Clemmer. Wright St. .......................................... Sr
                                                                                                          2 Shannon Johnson, South Cam.                          Sr                                                                    2::          27.3     2. Alfrsdia Seals. JacksonwIle St                           ...... .............                                                         135     1
                                                                                                          3. Phyllis Kelly, South Ala                     . .                                                                     107          26.8     3. Latasha Byean, OePaul                                                     ... ..i:                                                    13.4
                                                                                                          4 ha Webb, Lamar                                     So                                                                      206          25.8     3 Sfxey Dengler, Manst                        .................................... Jr                                                    134     :
                                                                                                          5. Tanja Kosllc, Oregon St                             Sr                                                                    153          25 5     5. Chns Blackwell, McNeess St. ......                                                Sr                                                  13.3
                                                                                                         6 Angela Simpson. Northwestern La.                      Sr                                                                    127          25 4     6 Me an Boguslawskr. Western Mlch. ...................... ..... Sr                                                                       12.8
                                                                                                          7 Shalonda Efus. Alabama                               Jr                                                                    176          25 1     7 L&ha       Doss Eastern Ky.            ........................................                                                        120     ’
                                                                                                          8. Erin Alexandsr. UC Santa Barb                       Jr                                                                     97          24.3     7. Latasha Rice. brexel                                                        .....                                                     12.0
                                                                                                         9. Anita Maxwell, New Mexico St                        Sr                                                                     168          240      7. Oyneshla Bankston, Troy St. ...                                                 ..J r                                                 12.0
                                                                                                         9. Tlna Thompson, Southurn Cal                          Jr                                                                    120          24 0    10 Mmdy Rse. Idaho ........... ................. ......                               Sr                                                  11.8
                                                                                                        11 Chns Blackwell. McNeese Sl........................ Sr                                                                                    23.7    11 Karen Johnson, Delaware St. ....................... .:I. ................ So                                                           116     1
                                                                                                        12 Gina Somma. Manhattan                                Sr                                                                     1:;          23.5    12 Erica Scott, M!ssissrppl Val                          ........ .................                                                       116
                                                                                                        13. Adria Schnsck. Navy                                  Jr                                                                    164          23.4    12. Jamie Cavansss, St Louis                                                   ... ..: L                                                  11.6
                                                                                                        14. Nadine Malcolm, Providsncs                           Jr                                                                    116          23 2    14. Stephame Minor. Murray St. ......                                                                                                     11.5
                                                                                                        15. Gra Hams. Southeast Ma. Sf.                         Sr                                                                     115          230                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            14 Mddred Washmgton. St. Peter’ ..........................                            2                                                   11.5
                                                                                                        16 Bex Morgan, Notre Dame                                Jr                                                                    160          22.9    16 Josksen Garner, Norlhwestern St. ...............................                   Sr                                                  114
                                                                                                        17. Carla Munnion. Georgra Tach                       so                                                                        91          22.8    17. Tanja Kostit. Oregon St.                                                          Sr                                                  11.3
           Mulcolm                                                                                      18 Latasha Byears. DePaul
                                                                                                        18 Me an Bopuolawskf. Western f&h.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    22 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            18 Talama Abraham, Gee. Washmgton ...............
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ke&t;d& ............ ............ .......... ......
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ” Jr                                                      11.2
                                                                                                        20 Bar% Franka. Wisconsm                    ,..         Sr                                                                     134          22.3                                                                      ............ ..... Sr                                                   11 0
                                                                                                        21. Debra Willrams. Louisiana Tech                      Sr                                                                     156          22.3    19 Danfelle Gala;. Seton Hall                           ”                             Fr                                                  110
                                   (Through    December       I I)                                      22 Tncla Wakely, Drake                                  Sr                                                                     133          22 2
                                          INDIVIDUAL                                                    23 Angle Potthofl Penn St                                Jr                                                                    174          21 a                                    FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                        24 K&e Smdh. Ohlo St                                    Sr                                                                     173          21.6    (Min 5 FG Made Per Game)                                                                               G                       FGA        PC1
                 No.      Player, Team, Opponent                                              Date      25. Cathy Robinson, Florida A&M ”                      .Sr                                                                     151          21.6      1 Tyish Hall, Duke                                                               . . ..“J.           9                       107        73.8
 Points           40      Nadine Malcolm, Providence vs. Pittsburgh                                     26. Kalra Warfield, Morgan St                                                                                                               21 5      2. Barbara Farrls, Tulane                                                              so            4                        41        73.2
                                                                                              Dec. 9    27. Becky Dowllng. Navy                                St                                                                     1%            21 4      3 Fadh Cyr. Detrod                                                                      Sr           5                        40        72.5
                                                                                                        28 Holly Porter, Boston College                       ..Jr                                                                    106           21 2      4 Oeneka Knowles, Southestern La.                                                   . ..Sr                                              71 4
 Rebounds          28     Latasha Byears. DePaul vs. Northeastern  III.                     Nov. 29     28 Patncla Nash, Southern MISS                         .Sr                                                                    106           21 2      5 Greta Koss. Montana                                                                   Jr                                              68 9
                   23     Laphelia Doss, Eastern Ky. vs. Western Care.                                  30. Jen Macnsill, Orexsl                                 Jr                                                                   105           21.0      6 Tamika Whitmore. Msmphrs                                                                                                              68.8
                                                                                            Nov. 29     30. Pielra Gay, LSU                                                                                                           105           210       7 Chasny Melvin. Nonh Caro St                                                          St                                               66.7
                                                                                                        30. Kathy Brown, Florida Int’ l                         i:                                                                                  21 0      7 Katrlna Crenshaw. Nevada                                                              Jr                                              66.7
 Assists           I7     Lisa Branch.Texas A&M vs. Duke                                    Nov. 17     33 Mlchf Atkms, Texas Tech                              Jr                                                                    1::           208       9 Ahsha HIII, Howard                                                                   so                                               65 6
                                                                                                        34 Megan Hupfer. Morehead St.                        ..Sr                                                                                   208     l1 Pyra Aarden. Nebraska
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10 Jodi Nowl,n, San D,ego st        . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... .. ,““,.,...                                                         65 2
 Blocked           IO Teresa lenkms. Florida A&M vs. Southern Miss.                         Nov. 27     34 Natasha Johnson, Texas-Arhngton                      Jr                                                                     Liz          20.8                                                                                      .:..:.i:                                                65 1
                                                                                                        36. Jsnni Ruti. Washmgton St                            Sr                                                                    124           20.7    12. Angie Potthotf. Penn St                                                            ..Jr                                               65 1
   Shots                                                                                                37. Amy Siefnng, Xavisr (Ohlo)                                                                                                103           206     13. Adna Schneck. Navy                                                                    Jr                                              64.9
                                                                                                        38. Kiss Bradls Oral Roberts                            ::                                                                    123           205     14 Teresa Jenkms, Florida A&M                                                            SO                                               64.6
 Steals            IO Jessica Mudry. Lehigh vs. Pennsylvania                                Nov. 28     38. Yolanda WI rkerson. Southwsst Tax St                Jr  6                                  47                             123           20 5    15 Samantha Cerny. Coasbl Car0                                                           SO                                               64.1
                   IO Delora Walker, Coppin SC.vs. Southern Miss.                            Dec. 8                                                                        ASSISTS                                                                                                             FREE-THROW PERCENTA;:
                                                                                                                                                                                                        CL                             NO           AVG     fMln. 2.5 Made Per Gams)                                                                               G                Ff     FfA         PC1
 3-R. FG               9 Amy Engle, East Term. St. vs. South Care. SC.                        Dec. 4     1. Heather Smith. Tolsdo                                                                       Sr                                          100      1 Eahka Stafford. Brlghdm Young                                Sr                                     6                                 1000
                                                                                                         1 Brenda Panto Arfzona                                                                         Sr                             ii           100      1 Erica Mashla,, Southern Cal                 . ..‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               .............Fr                                                      s:        :i     1wo
                       8 Stacy Nelson, Idaho St. vs. Southern Utah                            Dec. 2     3 Lrsa Branch, Pexas A&M                                                                       Sr                             68            9.7     1. Damells Marhn. Stephsn F Austm                              Fr                                     :                13        13     loo.0
                                                                                                         4. Tina Nicholson, Penn St                                                                     Sr                                           9.3     1. Barb Grbac, Ohio                                            Jr                                                      10        10     loo.0
 n    Pet.      100.0 (I5 of 15) Christy       Smith, Arkansas vs. Ohio St.                 Nov. 19      5. Krlssy Holden. Indiana St                                                                                                  ::                    1 Ashley Moore. Campbell                                     So                                       :                 a           a   loo.0
                                                                                                         5 Came Kent. Miamf (Ohlo)                                        :..I                          ::                             41            i.;     1 0 n&hia Bankston.‘   Troy St                                                                                          5           5   1000
                                                                                                         5 Stephams Shaw, Northwestern St                                                               Sr                             41                    7. x ellssa Gurile. Massachusstts                           .i:                                       i
 FG Pet.        9 I .7 (I I of 12) LaTonya Greer, South Fla. vs. Miami (Fla.)                 Dec. I     8. Krisha Anderson, Wisconsin                                                                                                               .!I:    8 Renee Damlrdjlan. San Francisco                                                                                      ;:        z       ii.:
                                                                                                         9 LIZ Hufford. Stetson                                                                           2                            :i            a.0     9 Heathsr Rare, Camsurs                                        ;:                                     :                                  95 7
                                                                                                         9 Akia Hardy, Long Beach St                                                                      Sr                           32            8.0    10. Pletra Gay, LSU                                            .Jr                                                      ii        ii
                                            TEAM                                                        11. Kim Lynch, Ho Cross                                                                           Sr                                         7.5    11. Crystal Tausan. Arkansas St.                               Sr                                      i                17        18      it:
                 No. Team, Opponent                                                            Date                                  l
                                                                                                        11. Dalma Ivanyl. 1 orlda Int’                                    .’                              Fr                           :i            75     11 Knstm Mattox. Louisville                                  ..Sr
                                                                                                        13 Jennder Rlnottf. Connecticut                                                               . ..Sr                                         7.4    13 Tracs Dalong, Charleston So                                so                                       z                1;        1;      2:
 Points           I2 I Grambling vs. Baptist Christian                                        Dec. 4    14. Elira Sokolowska, Caldornra                                                                   Sr                           i:            7.4              r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            13. Debbe Trowbridge, Chad&on (SC i ““” “” “““““” Jr                                                   4                16        17      941
                                                                                                        15. Tanda Ruckar, Houston .__                                                                                                                       15 Karl Gallup, Brfgham Young                                 So                                                                          93.0
 3-R. FG         * I7    Weber St. vs. Grand Canyon                                          Dec. 8     15. Mollle Pelrick. Notre Dame                                                                  s”,’                           ::            :.i    15 Joy Pautey, Gonzaga          .._........                    Sr                                      i                1:        1:      938
                   I6    Harvard vs. Fla. Atlantic                                           Dec. 2
                                                                                                        15 Amy Langvdla. Mt St. Mary’ (Md.)                                                           ...Jr                            28            7.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   3.POtNT FIELO GOALS MAOE PER GAME
                   I3    Lamar vs. Kansas St.                                               Nov. 25                                                                 BLOCKED SHOTS                                                                                                                                              Cl                                            r.            .--
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           N”         AVG
                                                                                                                                                                                                        CL                             ND           AVG                                                                                                                                    23
                   I3    California vs. Long Beach St.                                       Dec. I       1    Krsa Bradley, Oral Roberts

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       26            4.3                                                                                                                                   19           :.i
                   I2    Four tied.                                                                       1    Nlcole Blaknslse, Buffalo                                                              ..s”,’                                                                                                                                                                                            3.8
                                                                                                          3.   Teresa Jenkins, Florida A&M                                                              SO                             :;            :i                                                                                                                                    ::
                                                                                                          3    Angela BOrSICd Vanoerbllt                                                                Jr                             16            4.0                                                                                                                                                i.:
 FG Pet         64.2      (34 of 53) Fordham vs. Niagara                                      Dec. 2      5
                                                                                                          6,   VassoWoltsn, Connscticut ,,
                                                                                                               Kara Beskakr. New Orleans                       ,.                                       Jr
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Fr                            15            3.8                                                                                                                                   2;           3.3

 FT Pet.       96.0 (24 of 25) Marist vs.Army                                                 Dec. 5     6     Affredla Seals, Jacksonville St.                                                         Jr                             ;;            i.:                                                                                                                                   :;           ii
                                                                                                         8     Angella Breber. Montana                                                                 So                              17            3.4                                                                                                                                   18           3.0
 *Ties Division I record                                                                                 9     Taiama Abraham. Geo Washlnoton                                                           Jr                             20                    9 Joknda Lewfs,~Cmcmnatl                                                                   so                                              3.0
                                                                                                         9.    D&lque Gravas.‘   Howard      ....                                                       Jr                                           ii      9  Joanne McCarthy, Ill -ChIcago                                                                                :                1:
                                                                                                        11     Rhban Jones. Georgfa St.                                                                 Sr                              1:           3.0     9. Julie Wheeler. Providence                                                                it                  5                15        ;.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ^.                               20           29      9 Mary LaMacchia. Cornell                                                                    Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             9 Sam Fer uson. N C -Greensboro                                                          . ..Fr                 :                1;        ii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        11            .;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     2’      9. Ashley nxorns. Nolm Texas                                                                                                     12        3.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             9. Brenna Ooty. Buffalo                                                                       1:                l                 9        3.0

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      NO            AVG                                   3-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                         1 Lskeysha Johnson, Southern-B.R                                                                                                                   Ml” 1 5 Made Per Game,                                                Cl                                              FG      FGA        PCT
                               (Through     December     IO)                                             2 Heather Smdh. Toledo                                                                           “s                            :i           i.:    ’ 1. Sarah Willyerd, old d&mmon                                       ST                                               9       14        64.3
                                                                                                         3 Joy Ourand. Saint Mary’ (Cal )                                                                                                                    2 Sally Stelgarwald. Cleveland St.                                   Sr                                              10                 62 5
                                      INDIVIDUAL                                                         4. Lara Webb, Lamar                                                                              S!A                          ii            :.i     3. Stacis Tarry, Texas-Arlmgton                                                                                                  1:     61.5
                No. Player, Team, Opponent                                                    Date       4 Mlchella Daws. Mercer ..___..................................................                   Jr                                        4.6     4. Jennifer Kelfer. Mlchioan     .__....                             2:                                              1;                 58.6
                                                                                                         4. Radiants Clarka, Northlhaastam 111 ._                                                         SO                           1;                    5 Knstes Sulkvan. St. Jiseph’ (Pa.)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           s                                      %r                                              14          ;:     583
 Points          41 Stacy Johnson, Delta SL vs. North Ala.                                   Dec. 4      7. Chrfstlne Fryer, Falrifeld                     :.I                                             Sr                          28            :.;     5. Heathsr Haney. Troy St                                   ._.       Jr                                                7        12     58.3
                 41 Allegr;l Stoeael,Alas.Anchomge      vs. Spring Arbor                    Nov. 24      8. Alfrada Jsffar~on. Delaware St                                                                 Sr                          23            4.6     7. Jen Stamp, Danmouth                                               Sr                                                 *               57.1
                                                                                                         9. Sandy Wright, San Diego St.                         . ..‘  ..                                  Jr                                                8 latonya Johnson, Memphlo                                           So                                              li          3:
                 4 I Shauna Nevel, Edinboro vs. IUIF’U-FrWayne                              Nov. I8     10. Joskeen Garner, Normwestern St. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...’ Sr                           :i            i.4”    9. Kelley Burrisr, Akron                                              Jr                                                9        16     :.:
                                                                                                        10. Rhonda Rica. Wir -Grwn Bay                                                                                                 22                   10 Summer Armstrong. Ball St.                          1.. .._....._ .So                                                                 556
 Rebounds         27      Kisha Conway, Francis Marion vs. Scnnton                            Dec. I    12. ltoro Umoh. Clamson                                                                            f:                          26            :.“3   11. K&y Black, Harvard                                                                                                1:          :i     55.0
                                                                                                        12 Kersha Andmon. Wfsconsm                                                                                                     26                   12 Colleen Joyce, St. Fran& (Pa.)         ..__..............___.      $                                               12          22              I
 Assists           I8    Stephanie Williams.West       Tex.A&M     vs. Panhandle St           Dec. 4    14. Jesalu Gaspar. Nonh Care.                                                                      ::                          17            :.:    12. Shonda D&any, Old Domuuon                                         Sr                                               6          11     z.:

 Blocked                                      s                 s
                   I5 LaKeisha Phifer. St Paul’ vs. St Augustine’                             Dec. 5

                   IO Gretchen Fricko. Millersville vs. Stony Brook

                   I I Three tied.
                                                                                              Dec. 7
                                                                                                        H Team leaders                                                                                                 Through December                                  11

 3-R FG                8 Deanna Richard, Oakland vs.Auburn-Montgomery                         Dec. I                               SCORINQOFFENSE                                                                                            FIELD-QOAL PERCENTAGE                                                       J-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE PER
                                                                                                                                                                    W-L           PTS            AVG                                                                            FGA           PCT                                                                              G
 FT Pet.         IO0 ( I4 of 14) Leslie Shippy-Schrwder.           Camemn      vs. Air Force Nov. 25     1. LSU                                               . ..z 5-o           488            97 6            1 LSU                                          1;:                           54.2                Cleveland St.                                               ..4
                                                                                                         2. Nofthwmstem St                                          3-2                          69.4            2. Memphis      .._.......                     227              z:           52 3                Iowa St _..__                                                 6
                                                                                                         3 Oklahoma                                               i 3-3           z:             88.5            3. Duke                                    ::.308               589          52.3           3.   Harvard                                                       7
 FG Pet         9 I .7 (I I of 12) Sue Patch-          Stonehill vs.Valdosta St               Dec. 2     4 Grambhng                                               6 3-3           524            87.3            4 Oklahoma St. _.                    .._..._.. 109              212          51.4           4.   Peoosrdlne                                                    7
                                                                                                         5. Georgia Tech . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :4                   343            85.8            5 PaclflC (Cal.)                               112              218          51.4           5.   Dkiahoma ................. ................                   6
                                           TEAM                                                          6. Duke                                                  9 ii:           771            a57             6. Connacticut                                 290              567          51 1           6.   Mloslsslpp~ St. ................................. .6
                No.      Team, Opponent                                                       Date       7. Virginia                         ._..                 6 4-2           513            85 5            7. Vanderbilt                                  118              232          50 9           7    St Mary’ (Cal ) ........................... 5
                                                                                                         a. Ohio St.                                              a 6-2           683            854             6. Nebraska                                    246              484          50.8           7    Stanford
 Points          I27     WestTex.A&M  vs. Panhandle St                                        Dec. 4                                                                                                             9 San DiegoSt. _.............................. 112              222          50.5           9.   Cincinnati                                                    :
                                                                                                         9 Memphlo        1’  .                             .._..7  4-3           588            84.0
                                                                                                        10. Stephen F. Austin                                     4 2-2           335            83.8           10 Oatroit                                      145              28.3         50.3           9.   N.C.-Greensboro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   5
 3-R FG            I6     Oakland vs.Auburn-Montgomery                                        Dec. I    11. Syracuse                                              6 5-l           501            a3 5           11 Penn St.                                     238              470          498           11    Soutff Carolma                                                a
                                                                                                        12. Harvard                                               7 4-3           579            a2 7           12. Notre Dame                                  205              415          494           12    Bngham Young
 FG Pet.        70.7      (41 of 58) Valdosta St. vs.Tuskegee                                                                                                                                                   13 Hartford                                     131              266          49.2          13.   Michigan                                                    ..F
                                                                                              Dec. 5                                                                                                            14. Georgia inch                                139              283          49 1          14    Toledo                                                        5
                                                                                                                          SCORING DEFENSE
                                                                                                                                   G   W-L                                        PTS           AVG             15. Arkansas                                    281              573          490           15    East Term St                                                  6
 FT Pet.        96.2     (25 of 26) Western     N.M.   VS. Cal SL Sranislaus                Nov. I7                                                                                                             16 Tulane                                       110              225          48.9          15.   New Mexico                                                   .6
                                                                                                          1. Arizona               4    4-o                                       la7           46 8            17. Arizona                                     120              246          48 8
                                                                                                          2. Auburn                6    6-O                                       289           482                                                                                                         15    Texas-San Antonlo                                             6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                18 Northwestern                                 176              362          48.6          18.   Purdue                                                        7
                                                                                                                                        2-o                                                     490             19. Missourl                                    185              382          40 4          19.   Duke                                                          9
                                                                                                         4. North 8 A&T
                                                                                                         3 WdkamCareMary           z    5-1                                                     507             20. Wisconsin                                   186              386          48 2          20    Kentucky
                                                                                                         5 Iowa                    6    6-O                                        307          51 2                                                                                                        20    Nicholls St                                                   :
                                                                                                         6 Clsmson                 6    6-O                                        312          52 0                              FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE                                             20.   Xavfer (Ohlo)                                                 5
                                                                                                         7 Southwest Mo St         4    3-1                                        214          53 5                                                    FG   FGA                              PC1
                                                                                                         8 WIS -Green Bay          5    3-2                                        269          53 a             1    Ill -ChIcago                    ..9i    310                             264                        I-POINT FIELO-GOAL PERCEN                       ITAGE
                                                                                                         9 Tample                  3    l-2                                        164          54 7             2    Wdliam 8 Mary                           109                             30 3                                                                           FGA                     PCT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ($,;“,r;fi,p,er         game)                         “, ;:
                                                                                                        10 James Madison           5    3-2                                        277          554              3.   Arizona                           f!    238                             30 7                                                                            44                     47.7
                                   (Through    December             3)                                  11 LSU                     5    5-o                                        282          564              4    LSU                                                                     31.2           2. Oklahoma                                           6
                                         INDIVIDUAL                                                     12 Seton Hall              4    3-l                                        227          566              5.   Auburn                                       .ii           i::          31 5           3 Texas A&M                                           7 :;       ii                     45.1
                No.      Player, Team, Opponent                                               Date      13 Ill -Chcago             5    5-o                                                     56.6             6    Buffalo                                      .5a           181          32.0           4. Austin Peay                                        6 28       63                     44.4
 Points                  No players meeting   the do-point         minimum                              14 Murray St               6    2-4                                                     566              7.   Iowa                                        109            339          32 2           4 Loyola (Ill.)                                     ..5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 8    Akron                                         87           269          32 3           6 Syracuse                                              :i       :i                     44.4
 Rebounds         25 Latoyia Foster, Emerson vs. Hampshire                                   Dec. 2
                                                                                                                             SCORING MARGIN                                                                      9    Clsmson                                     100            305          32.8           7. Nonhwestern                                        E          f!                     43 u
                                                                                                                                           OFF                                    DEF           MAR             10.   Seton Hall                                   .81           247                         8 Notre Dame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...7 i;
                  25 Safiyyah Wilson, Medgar Evers vs. Marymount               (Va.)        Nov. 30      1 LSU                          .97.6                                    56.4           41 2            11    Iowa St.                                    126            384          ::i            8 Cornell                                             4  15      35                     42.9
                                                                                                         2 Armna                          605                                    46 a           33.8            12    Vanderbilt                                    88           268          32.8          10. Weber St.                                          4
 Assists           I5    Diana D&in.    Bates vs.Westbmok                                   Nov. I8      3 Clemson                      ..81 5                                   52.0           29.5            13.   UNLV                                                       152          32 9          11 Akron                                               4 :;       zi                     41 85
                                                                                                         4 Duke                 .I...     85.7                                   58.3           27.3            14.   Tern la                                     ..:i           164          32 9          12 North Care St                                       6 32       78                     41 .o
                                                                                                         5. Georgfa Tech                  85.8                                   59.0           26 8            15    St If eter’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                s                                 128            385          33.2          13. Texas-Arlington                                   ‘4
 Blocked              9 Emilie Brondyke. Bryn Mawr vs. Coucher                              Nov. I7                                                                                                             16.   Marlst                                                     337          33 5          14. Rutgers                                            6 2        :i                     408
                                                                                                         6. Stephen F Austin              83.8                                   57.8           260
    Shots                                                                                                7. Vlrglnla                      85.5                                   60 3           25 2            17.   Jackson St. . . . . . . . .                ..ii:           307          33 6          15 NC -Greensboro                                      5 34       a4                     40.5
                                                                                                         8. Gramblino                     87.3                                   62 8           24 5            18    Dawdnon                                    ..166           491          33.8          16. Arizona                                            4  17      42                     40.5
 Steals           I5     Enma Riven. CCNY        vs. Simon’ Rock
                                                          s                                  Dec. 3       9 syracuse-                     835                                    597            236             19
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Oral Robens
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            17. Kansas St.’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            18. Bngham Young
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ..6          ::                     ::;
                                                                                                        10 Auburn                         710                                    40 2           22.8
 3%        FG         7 Mechelle Pothast.Wittenberg    vs. Hope                              Dec. 2     11. Tennessee                     79.5                                    57.0          22.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            19 Gao. Washmgton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            19 Buffalo .._.............................. 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   6          45
                      7 Mechelle Pothast.Wittenberg    vs. Spring Arbor                      Dec. I     12. Connsctlcut                   BO 0                                   58 0           22 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fl                               PC1
                                                                                                        13 Northwestern                   a2 2                                   60 2           22 0
                      7 Jennifer Dinkjian.Trenton  St vs. Uninus                            Nov. I9     14 Louisiana Tech                 809                                    59.6           21.3                                                                             Et           78.0                                          REBOUND MARGIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 123          77.2                                                       rm            1..                 OEF       MAR
 Fr PCL          100 (IO of IO) Five tied.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       100          77.0             1 Stephen F. Austin                      55.5                              34 3
                                                                                                                                   WON-LOST PERCENTAGE
                                                                                                                                                     W-L       PC1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              765             2 LSU                                     51.6                              32.6       :2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1::          75.9           3. Tmnsssee                                46.5                              30.0       16.5
 FG Pet          IO0 (IO of IO) Marie Mullooly. Beloit vs. Manchester                       Nov. 25      1. Florida                                   a-o    i 000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              75.8           4. S rams                                                                    350        152
                                                                                                         1. Tennessee                                 8-O    1000                                                                                                                1::          757                 Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             5 Aabama                             .... .... ....      %                   37.1       141
                                              TEAM                                                       1. Louisiana Tech                            7-o    1 000                                                                                                               126          754            6 Gsorgra Tech                                           49.5                36.3       13.3
                No.      Team, Opponent                                                                  l.Navy                                       7-o    1 OCHJ
                                                                                             Date        1. Auburn                                    6-O    1 MHJ
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 128          75.0           7. Delaware St.                        ...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ‘                 52 6                2:         132
 Points          I I9    Defiance vs. Rose-Hulman                                           Nov. 29                                                                                                                                                                              146          750            8. Auburn                                                46 5
                                                                                                         1. Clemson                                   6-O    1 COO                                                                                                               121          74.4           9 Missoun                                                44.0                31.2       12.8
                                                                                                         1 lows st                                    6-O    1.000                                                                                                                74          74.3          10. Connecticut                           ._              450                 32.3       12.7
 3-R FG           I I Elmin vs. Ithaca                                                       Dec. 2      1 Iowa                                              1.000                                                                                                               105          743           11 Vanderbdt                                              46.5                34 5       120
                                                                                                         1 Norihwastern                               E      1.000                                                                                                               104          74.0          11 Buffalo                                               .4&l                 36.7       12.0
 FG Pet         63.8     (44 of 69) Millsaps vs. Loyola (La.)                               Nov. I8      1 Ill -ChIcago                               5-o    l.wO                                                                                                                             74.0          13. Iowa St.                                              47 0
                                                                                                         1 LSU                                        5-o    1.000                                                                                                               2::          73.8          13 American                                               43.4                %          11.0
 Fr Pet.        92.3     (24 of 26) Albright   vs. Messiah                                   Dec. 1      1 Montana                                    5-o    1 Qfm                                                                                                               122          73.8          13. Troy St.                                              48 0
                                                                                                         1. St. Mary’ (Cal )                          5-o    lwo                                                18 Oregon                                          73                         73 7          16 Narlh Care St                   .._....................48.0                i:.:       108
                                                                                                        Current wmnmg streak Connecbcut 8. Florida 8. Tennessee 8                                               19 Marshall                                       103            1:           73.6          17. Florida Ird’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           l                                          458                 35.0       lo.8
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n Division                                                               s
                                                                   II men’ basketball                                                                                           leaders                                                                                  n Team leaders                                                                    Through December 10

                                                                                                                                                                               REBOUNOINQ                                                                                                           SCORING OFFENSE

 1 Alan Rainge. Northwood
                                                           sc’ G TFG                          3FG
                                                                                                       Fr           AVG
                                                                                                                    32.6         1. Josh Chapm, Tampa                       ...
                                                                                                                                                                                      ......................... .x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      G           2          AVG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1.   Central Okla.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             7  !::                     2       AVG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               !::              2           AVG
                                                                                                       ii 2
                                                                                                          321       32.1         2. Kevm Lee. Shippensburg              ................................. .... Jr                     2                      12.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             12.1         2.   Momlngsrde                         4-1                   539    107.8                                                                             5-l            361         60.2
 2. Brett Beeson. IUIPU-lndranapolis
 3 Carlo8 Knox. Moorhead St                             .::
                                                       ..Jr              1;
                                                                          9        1:
                                                                                    89           ::                 30.3         3. Vrctorlus Pa ne Lane ....................................                     Sr                  8            z         12.0         3.   Southern Ind                  ;    5-l                          101.5                                                                            4-3             424         60.6
 4 Tim Jones. Gsorora Col ..‘ .,. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Jr                       5         50           12    :i    142
                                                                                                             273    28.4         4 Billy Layns hingate .....................                                                          7            81        116          4    Fori Hays St               .lO   1 o-o                   !I:     99.7                                                                            Q-5             547         60.8
 5 1 rons Mason, Eainboro ,,,.,,,..,,..,.                Sr               6                      13    17    170    28 3         5 Ksnis Adir. Kennesaw St.                                              ......... ;:                 i            E         11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1133         5    Abilens Christian             7    5-2                   691     98 7                                                                             3-2            306         61 2
 6    rone Hopkins, Central Okla.                                                   2                               26 9         6. Kino r, utlaw. Mount Okve                           ... ........ ......                                                               6.   New York Tech                .5    4-l                   491     98 2                                                                             7-2            552         61 3
 7. J m Coyle. Shepherd
    f                                            . . ...&                  ;                     2:                 26.5         7. Elberl Jones, West Fla                    ... ............. ........... 2                                                             7.   VddOSta st.                   5    4-1                   490     98.0                                                                             9-o            562         62.4
 8. Rabble Turner. Gardner-Webb                         Sr                 9        2             7    g     :Yz
                                                                                                             236    26.2         8 Larry Stalmsr. Molloy .....................                                   SO                   ii          1;:        11.1         8.   st. Rose                           6-O                   583     97.2                                                                             5-l            376         62.7
 9 Jason Hall, East Ter. St                              Sr                                      13                 258          8 J J Sims, West Ga. .............                                                                   6”          100        110
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             11 1         9    Central MO St                :;    7-o                   675     96.4                                                                             5-2            441
10 Stave Mercer Bellarmlne                               Jr                z        :i             1   ;:    102
                                                                                                             155    25 5        10 Ron Brown. Cal St. Ctuco                                             ...... .i:                                                       10.   Alas. Anchorage               9    l-2                   860     95 6                                                                             4-2                        i;
11. Jerran Cobb, MO. Western St                          Sr                7                           2.3   175    25 0        10. Steve Mercer. Bellarmme                     ................................. Jr                  ii           ::        11 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             10.9        11    Georgia Cal.                  5    3-2                   476     95.2                                                                                            :2          63.3
12. Troy Anderson, Eastern N M                         ..Jr                         E            ;;                 24.7        12. Shawn Myers, West Ga                   ................................ .....Jr                                                      1’2   Assumption                         3-4                   665     95.0                                                                             ;:;            509         63.6
13. Levelle Moton. N C Central.                          Sr                :        39           21    ::    173
                                                                                                             123    24.6        13. EmlIe Shsphard, Seattle Paclflc ...........................                    Sr                                                    13.   NebbKearney                   ;    8-O                    757    94.6                                                                             5-1            383         63.8
14 DsrrlckHanrv Msrcv                      ,,,,,,. ,...Jr                  6        52           21    ;:    147    24.5        13 Garth Joseph, St. Rose .....................................                  SO                   :            it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   65        10.8                                                                                                                                                                3-5            520         65.0
14 Daniel Parks: Rotlini                                                                                            24.5        15 Darryl Taylor, StonehIll ............................                           Jr                 5            54        10.8                                   SCORING MARGIN                                                                                                               3-o            195         65.0
16 Rannle Clemons. Mercy                                  Jr              4         i:           ”     ::    241
                                                                                                             1::    24 2                                                                                                                                                                                        OFF.                    OEF.
17 Will Pierce. Western St.                              ::              1:         77           4:                 24 1                                                        FIELD-GOAL PERCEN;fGE                                                                     1    EasternN M.                      93.9                    66.7                               WON-LOST PERCENTAGE
18. Ashley Day. Denver .......                           Sr               6         49           12                 24 0         IyIn. 5 FG Made PegGamer                                                                              FG                     PC1         2    Abilsns Christian                98.7                    72 9                                                                                      W-L   PC1
19. Kevin Rowe. M~llersvllls    .................... Sr                   8         75                 ?I    191
                                                                                                             144    23.9            Eric Hams. St Au ustms 6 .................................... Jr                                              2:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ‘                       3.   South Oak.                       91 6                    65 9             1. FOR Hays St.                                                          10-O
20 Andre Whaalsr. Salem-Teikyo ............... .Jr                        7         54           ::    32    164    23.4         2 Justls Durkse. UC aws .................................             g                               i:                     79.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              77.1        4.   Alas. Anchorage                  95 6                    70 1             1. Regls (Colo.)          .._...                                          9-o 1E
                                                                                                                                 3 Chris Sneed, NoRh Ha. ..............                                                                                                   5    Central Okla                    1143                     89.0             1. lndrana (Pa.)                                                          8-O 1.000
                                                     BLOCKED SHOTS                                                               4. Kyle Kirby, ItJmU-Ft Wayne                               ...... so                                 z;          :i         75 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              76.1        6    Morningside                     107.8                    82.6             1 Fairmont St                                                             8-O 1.000
                                                                                          CL                        AVG          5. Dewayne Rogers, Central Okla                   ....... ............ Sr                             i:          E          72.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              74 4        7.   Fan Hays St.                     ;;;                     75.3             1 Neb.-Kearney                                                            ;:; 1530
 1 vtctodus Payns, Lane .......................                                                                      4.8         6 Josh Chapin, Tampa .................................                 ;;                                                                8.   S.C.-Spartanburg                                         696              1. Central MO. St.               .._.                                         1000
 1. Klna Outlaw, Mount Ollvs ...........                                           ...... z:                                     7 Stsvs Msrcer. Bellarmme .............                                                               40          ::         72.7        9.   Presbyterran                                 . ..a2 8    61.2             1. West Va Tech                                                           7-o 1.000
 3. Derek Moors. SC -Alken                                  ...............         ..... Fr                        2            8. Jacques Agers, Shaw                              ... ............ Jr                               :A                     72 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              71.4       10    Denver                  ... .... ....            92.5    71.3             1 Mrssouri-Rolla                      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-O 1.000
 4. James Doyls, Concord            ................ . ......                             so                        4.4          9 John Dxon. Dust Columbra ................................. Sr                                                                         10.   Southern Ind.                                  101 5                      1. Virginia Union                                                         6-O 1ODD
 5 John Burke, LIU-Southampton                                                                                      40           9 Dan Bura. Oakland ........................................           Jr                                                               12.   Central MO St                                    964     %?               1. St. Rose _..._........                                                 6-O 1000
 6. John Tomslch. Le Moyne                                                      ....... s:                                      11 Mike Johnson, Edlnboro ..............                                Fr                                ;i       :i         71.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              70.6                                                                                       1. LIU-C.W. Post                                                          4-o 1.000
 6. Ksrwm Thompson, Ecksrd ............................                     .......       .I                         2          12. Broderlck Bobb, Abdsne Christian ........................ So                                          40       ::         70 2                           FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                       1 Rollins                                                                 4-O 1000
 .$ Antwine Moore, Mlllersvllle .............                                                                        3.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                FGA     PC-l     1. Norfolk St.                                                            3-o 1000
 8. Greg Wane, Southern Corm St                                  ........................ Sr                                                                                  FREE-THROW FERCEN;tGE                                                                       1.   Fort Hays St                                    3::      667     56.8    Current Wlnnmg Streak Fort Hays St 10, Rsuls (Co10 1 9.
10. John Skokan, Nebraska-Omaha                    ................................... Sr                            2                                                                                                                 Fl         FlA         PCT         2    Denver                                          189      339     55.8
11. Brian Jones. Gardnar-Webb ................................                             .I;                       2.8         IYFj!iZE2Z~A$Z’ st.                         ... .... .... ............ Jr                             21          21        1000         3    St Au ustlne’ s                                 166                                     FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE OEFENSE
12 Chris Harris, SIU-Edwardsvllle ...........                                                                        2.7         1 Chad Andarsbn. West Va. Wesleyan ................... S:                                                                                4.   CentraP MO. St.                                ,252      E       2:                                                                   FGA                                    PCT
13 Tony Kltl. Elan ................     ............                                        Fr                                   1 Pste HefIy, Denver ...............................                                                  :i          23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   18        100.0        5.   PresbyterIan                                    149      275     54.2     1. N.M. Hlghlands                                       1E  618                                    299
14. Galth Joseph, St. Rose                                    ...... ................... so                          ;i          1. Marc Houtakker. Wls.-Parkede                                                                       14          14        loo.0        6    Salem-Tei o                                     228      423     53.9     ;. ~~R!grlan                                            108 329                                    32.8
15. Darryl Hardy, Wlnston-Salem                ...............................           So                                      5. Roger Suchy, LEWIS                                         .......... ::                           18          1;         94.7        7    IUIPU-Ft x ayns                                 215      402     53.5                                                           ..163 451                                    36.1
16. Make Johnson, Edinboro ....... ..............................                           Fr                       :.:         6. Shae Johnson. Bowle Sk’                  ....................        So                            17                      944        8.   St. Cloud St.                                   208      392     53 1     4    ihvis St.                                          147 405                                    363
16 Gory Readar. Metro alltan St. ............................                                                        2.3         6. Wink Woodard, West Ala .................................................
                                                                                                                                                                                                          ;;                           17          18          94.4       9.   Southern Ind.                                   192      362     53.0     5.   Virolnia Union                                     134 368
16 Ben Wallace, Vlrgln P Union .....                                                     ..::                        2.3         .3 Michael Desantls, Sonoma St.                                                                       Ifi         17          94 I      10.   Northern St                                     275      522     52.7     6.   Au$ana       (S.D.)                                138 372                                    E
19. Kelvin Richardson, Central MO St                                  ... ....... ........                                       9. Derrick Smith. Northwest MO. St.                                                                                                     11    Northern Ky                                     210      401     52.4     7.   Cakf. (Pa )                                        181 478                                    37.9
19. Otis Key. Lmcoln (MO.)                                       ....................... i:                          2          10. Adrian Machado. Stonetnll                            ......... ...... ::                                                             12    Edinboro                                        212      407     52 1     8    Lewis                                              128 335                                    38.2
                                                                                                                                11. Oesmond Grew. North Ala                   ........................... Jr                                                                                                                                             9    Eckerd ........................................... 93  241                                    386
                                                     ASSISTS                                                                    12. Maurice Greene, Virginia Union ............................. Sr                                       35       38         92 1                          FREE-TttROW PERCENTAGE                                      10    Stonehill ...................................... ,152                                         3.38
       Michael McCtain. Mlssourl-Rolla ..................
       Bobby Banks. Metropolitan St. ....................
                                                                                                                                13. Warren King, Seattls Pacific ................................... Sr
                                                                                                                                14 Broderick Bobb, Abilene ChrIstIan ......................... So
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              91.3        1. lndranapolrs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2. Denver
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Armstrong St.

 3.    Ja Drlscolt Oulncy ...................................                                                                                               Il-POINT FIELD-GOAL PER;fNTAGE                                                                                3. Mars Hdl                                          140      178     78.7                                          REBOUND MARGIN
 3     Mie Shephrd, Tampa ..........................                                                                 2:           Mm 1 5 Ff Made Per Game)                                  G                                             FG      FGA         PCT         4. Oakland                                                    128     78.1                                                        OFF                                 DEF         MAR
 5     Dann Glmpel, Adelphl .................. .....                           ....... i                                         1.’Thsron Currv. Elizabeth CL St.                  Sr      3                                             11       1:         78.6        5 WIS -Palkslds                                      1.:              76.9     1    Vrrgmra Union                              ..40.0                                 33.3        15.5
 6.    Alex avroukas Bentley                               ...... .................. so                              :i          2 Rooer Such;: Lewis          :                  ..Sr      6                                              9                  75 0        6 Moorhsad St.                                       218      2;      768      2    Prsrb Brian                                ..48.6                                 33.2        15.4
 6.    Derrlh Henry tie7                                                               Jr                            80                                                             Sr                                                     6        .3        750         7 SeattlePacific                                      90      128     76.6     3    Norio rk St.  .._.......                     47.1                                 32.7        15.0
 8.    Candlce PIckins. Ca If (Pa ) ........ .‘ .‘ .‘ .“.‘ .‘ .‘ .‘ .’ .’ .’ ~.’ .‘ .‘
                                                       .‘ .‘ .‘ .“.‘ .‘ .‘ .‘ .’ .’ .’ .‘ ~.‘ ~~~                    7.9                                                                    z                                             12       18         667         8. Lewis                                              87      114     763      4    Lake Superior St.                            44.0                                 30.4        136
 9.    Dan Weber. St. Francts Ill )                  ... ............................                                7.5                                                            1:                                                                        66 7        9. lndlana (Pa.)                                     162              757      5.   Nonhern Cola.                                53.0                                 39.4        136
10.    Rick Stafford, Alas. Ant b orage        .................................... Jr                               7.3                                                            Fr      ;                                                                 66 7       10 St. Mlchaers                                     ..130      :::     756      6.   Denver                                       42.3                                 295         128
10.    Chris Brown. Tarieton St              ... .................................. .Jr                              7.3         7. Geoff Eck. Foti Ha s St                         Sr     10                                                                            11. Rolllns                                                    102     75 5     7.   Tarleton St.                                .42 2                                 294         128
12.    Orlando Ransom, Naw Hamp. Cal. .....................                             Fr                           7.3         8. Troy Cummings, x annesaw St.                    Jr                                                     f!      !!         63.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              63.2       12. Western N. M.                                     .G       130     75.4     8.   St. Rose                                     503                                  38.3        12.0
13.    Warren Kin Ssattle Pacific .................                                                                  7.2         8 Roger Powers, St Rose                            Jr      i                                              24      ;Y         63.2                                                                                       9    Georgia Col                                 .47.a                                 36.0        11.8
14     Rob Atsna, 1 II Moyne ..........                                          ... ..::                                       10 Michael Brooks, IndIanapolls                             6                                              13                 61 9                                                          PERCENllAGE                 10    West Ga                                      44.1                                 33.2        114
15     Corey WIlllams. North Ala                                    ...       ........ Jr                            :1         11 Marc Hodefter. Southern Ind.                    2:       5                                                 8    13         61 5                                                             FG     FGA       PCT     11    Augustana (S.O.)                             46 5                                 35 7        108
                                                                                                                                12. Karlm Anderson: West Va St                      Jr      5                                              1:      2          61 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              60.0                                                                              56.0    12.   West Tex. A&M _. ._                          429                                  32 6        10.3
                                                             STEALS                                                             13. Kns KIdwell. Oakland City                       $      1:                                                                                                                                     :i     ::     54.9
                                                                                                                    AVG         13 Ray Carter, Rollins                                                                                       6     10         60.0                                                                       77                           I-POINT FIELD GOAL MADE PER
 1      David Clark, Bluefield St. ....                                    .......... :i                             6.3                                                                                                                                                                                                         :i     107     :i:                                                                                      G                  AVG
 2      Dean Doss, Edlnboro                             ............................. Jr                             4.5                                             l-POINT FIELD GOALS MAOE PERC”:“’                                                                                                                          108     221     40.9     1    Bellarmme                                                               ..4                   12.8
 3.     Prrance Grst. S C -Spartanburg ..........................                     So                             4.4                                                                                                               G           ND         AVG                                                                       159     41.2     2.   Alas Anchorage __._..._......................9                                                11.3
 4      Adrian Belt. Elilabsth Cb St. ..........                                                                     4.0         1     Tro Anderson, Eastern N. M. ..........                                                         1;           ::          4.6                                                              1::     239     46.4     3.   westam St.                                                               10                   11 1
 5      Antoine Brown. Sglnaw Valley                                  ............... i:                                         2.    Wil r Pierce. Western St. ...                                     .... ..i.:                                                                                                                     116     44.9     4.   Eastern N. M.                                       .._                                       110
 6.     Oronn Brown. Clarion          ....... .............................            ;;                            ii          2.    Jay Harrle. Cal St Chico                    .............. ...... ...... Sr                     6           ::          2                                                                  ::     96     44.0     4.   Southwest St.                                                               i                 110
 6.     Rennw Clamons. Meny ............................                                                             3.8         4     Levelle Moton. N C Central ............................ .......           Sr                                                                                                                             44.7     6    North Dak St.                                                               7                 109
 6.                                s
        Waltsr Prrklns. St. Joseph’ (Ind )                                    .... ..S r                                         5     Miks Kuhens, Ouems (N.Y.) .........                                      so                     :                       4.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               4.2                                                                :;      z     44 6     7    Fort Hays St.                                                            10                   108
 9.     Monte Reese, Pace                                  ........................ Sr                               ::          5.    Roger Powers, St. Rose                                ............. .....                                                                                                                                44 0     8.   Hlllsdale                                                                                     10.7
10.     Bdlle Owens, Shaw          ............................                        Sr                            3.7         5.    Orlando Sanba o. Dowling       ....................................... .;:                     t            ;:          2                                                                  z:    1::     44.0     8.   West Va Tech                     ._.                     .._.......:                          107
11.     Oernck Hen Marcy           ......................                                                            3.7         5.    Shane Kadon. z 1. Andrsws ............................                    Jr                                                                                                               43     %      43 9    10    Wayne St. (Nab.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                104
12                      7
        Shannon Ho mss, New York Tech                                                ...                             35
                                                                                                                                       Adam Stockwell, Le Moyne
                                                                                                                                       Mlka Fltzner. Wayne St (Nab ) ................................
                                                                                                                                                                                                                .Sr                    i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   31          4.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               39                                                                        a7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                43 7    11    Clarion                                                                                       10.2
13      Jarmalne Showers, South Oak St                                ................ Sr                                                                                                                         Jr                                                                                                                            436     12.   Mont St.-Bllkngs                                                             7                 9.9
14.     Tim Jones, Gear !a Cal         ...................................              Jr                           3.4        11     Charles Jackson, Abilme Chrlstlan ...........                                                                                                                                                    175     43.4    13    Mlllerswlle        .._........................ y.8
15      Malcolm Turner, ‘ onoma St. ...........
                           5                                                          .Sr                            32         11.    Frank Early. West Va. Tech                                ......... ...... ::                   :            ;:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    27         i.i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               39                                                                        74     43 2    14.   Abilene Christlan        .._........ .._                                     7                 Z!

H Division                                                                s
                                                                  II women’                                                     basketball                                                        leaders                                                                n Team leaders                                                                       Through December 10

                                         SCORINQ                                                                                                                                REBOUNDING                                                                                                           SCORING OFFENSE                                                                           SCORING OEFENSE
                                                CL   G                                                       PTS    AVG                                                                                            CL                                                                                            W-L                    PTS     AVG                                                        G  W-L                               PTS         AVG
  1 Melissa Gridsr, MO Southern St               Sr  7                                                       194    27.7          1.    Marw Scott MO Southern St. ....................                                                                                    1    WestTex  ABM                 “6   6-O                   593     98 a     1     Mlssissrppr Cal.                         . ..7 6-l                               309         44 1
  2. Vanessa Edwards, Metropolitan St           $                                                            188    269           2     Tlssha Grace, New Haven ...                                     .......... 2                                                       2    AMBIIB Christian            ..7   7-o                   648     92 6     2.    Nolth Oak St                                   7-o                                           46 3
  3 Lena Elliott. Eckerd                             ;                                                       153    255           3.    Fays Wnght. Lander                     .............................        Jr                                                     3    Northern Colo.               .6   6-O                   547     91 2     3     West Tex. ABM                                ; 6-O                               2           47.7
  4. Lawanna Monday, Au usta              .     7                                                       177    25.3          4     Klsha Conway, FrancIs Marlon ....                                         ..S r                                                    4    Alas Anchorags                0   7-I                   728     91 0     4     Oakland City                               ..7 7-o                               336         48 0
  5 Jennifer Clarkson. Abl9ene Chrlsnan                                                                      176    251           5.    Latoya Weaver, MISSISSIPPI-Women .............                              Jr                                                     5    Northern Mich.                7   6-l                   635     907      5     Shepherd                                     ; 2-3                               259         51 8
  6 Rhonda Wilson. Texas Woman’    s        ..?      ll                                                      200    25.0          6.    Ca. Ham ton-Johnson, Vlrginla St. .........                                                                                                                                                     543     905      6.    Bowe St                                        5-3                               432         54 0
  7. Elena Shandnna. Western N. M...             ;;  ;                                                                            7     Nicols A PIman. N.M. HIghlands                                .......... .+!A                                                     F     fi,~~-~~d~i:~         ..: ::::::::I_%            ;tI    628     a97      6     Central MO. St.                              7 7-o                               378         54 0
  .S Ekaterlna Cordova. Western N M                                                                          1;:    ::.:          8.    Heather Gates, Edmboro       ...............................                                                                      8.    Ashland                                                 533     8.38     8.    Mars Htll                                      6-O                               328         54.7
  9. Margueeta Randolph, Vir inia Union.       ..Jr  7                                                       168    24.0          9     Jodls Pren er, Charleston (W.Va.)                                   ...... “P,                                                    9     North Dak St                            7        7-o    608     86 9     9     Lander                                       : 4-o                               219         54 a
 10. Llnd Jones, IUIPU-Ft. ayne               ..;;                                                           167    239          10     Laksisha P1 lfer. St. Paul’
                                                                                                                                                                  s                             ................ Fr                                                                                                     5        4-1    434             10     Presbylerlan                                 7 6-l                                           54.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         10.    St. Rose                                                        86.8
 11 Trasia Murpy BaROn?                              ;                                                       la9    23.6                                                   ........................                 Jr                                                                                                  a        7-1    692             11.    North Oak                                    a  7-l                              El          55.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         11.    Wingate                                                         86.5                                                                                            Add
 12. Lorralns Lync ! Dust Columbia               Sr  7                                                       164    23.4                                                                                          ..S r                                                                                                                                 12     Saginaw Valley                               8  5-3                                          55 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         12.    Callf. (Pa.)                           .9        8-l    777     86.3                                                                                             ..I

 13 Bath Hllbmk. Hdlsdale                                                                                    186    233                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 13     South Oak. St.                               7  7-o                              391         55.9
 13. Sue Patchetf. StonehIll               . . ..i.  :                                                         93   23.3                                                                                                                                                                                                                                14.    Bellarmms                         .._...     6  5-l                              336         56 0
 15 Stacy Johnson, Dalta St.                                                                                                                                                                           .................... Sr                                                                      SCORING MARGIN
                                                 Jr 1:                                                       229    229                                                                                                                                                                                                                  DEF
                                                                                                             183    22.9                                                                                                                                                                                         OFF                            MAR                       WON-LOST PERCENTAGE
 16. Denise Gallo. PM-Johnstown                 .Sr
 17. San a Radenkovc, Fla Tech                                                                                                                                                  FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                                     1     West Tsx A&M                    98.8                    477     51 2                                                              W-L    PCT
 17. Dar 8 Moncrlef, Vlrglnla St                     E                                                       1::    ;::                                                                                                           G        FG     FGA          PCT        2     North Dak. St.                  86 9                    46 3    406       1. Delta St                                            10-O  1 000
 17 Charlotte Powell, Salem-Telkyo                                                                           137    228           I%lXr%l%,‘ 8a?%               St                          ............ “s:                      6                                       3     Alas. Anchorage                 91 0                    58 1    32.9      1 Ma.-Rolls                        .’                    9-o l.OLlO
 20. Heidi Alderman, Alas Anchorags        2:        i                                                       1.30   22.5          2. Heather Rosnecir. Ferris St. ........................                                                  :i         ii      13.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               79.4       4.    Mississippi Col.                76 3                    44 1    32.1      1 Abrlena Chrlstlan                                      7-O 1000
 20 Allegra Stoehal. Alas. Anchorage                                                                                              3 Anglea Watson, Central Ark                             .............. ::                      i         :7         L-!     71.8       5.    Oakland City                    79 1                    48 0    31.1      1. Central MO. St.                                       7-o 1.000
 20 Bea Gallegos. N M HIghlands             . ..z.    t                                                       1::   s;.:          4. Jackle Jackson, Mississippi Cal. ...........                                                                                         6.    Csntral MO St.                  849                     54 0    30.9      1 IU/PU-Ft Wayns                               . ..I “” 7-O  1 000
                                                                                                                                  5. Lorl Reavls. Wlngats ...                               ...... ...... ::                      L         4.3        :4’     EL:        7.    South Oak. St.                  a59                     55.9    30.0      1. NoRh Oak. St                                          7-o l.ooO
                                                       BLOCKEDSHOTS                                                               5. Ulalne Cummm s, Elan            ............................... J;                                     i!         94      66.7       8.    Northern Mlch.                  907                     61 4    29.3      1 South Dak St                                           7-o 1 wo
                                                                                                                                  7 Mona Gaffney, e IarlOn .............                                                          ;                                       9.    North Oak.                      83 5                    55 3    28.3      1 Oakland City                     .._.                  7-o 1000
  1     Lakeisha Phifer St Paul’ s                                                 !F:                                            8. Kathy Kennedy, Valdosta St                  ..... .................. Jr                                                             10.    Abilene ChrIstIan               92 6                    67 1    25.4      1. MO. Southern St                                       ;I: l.OW
  2.    EvlJa Azace. St. Rose                                                      Sr                                             9. Stacy Johnson. Delta St. ...................                                                1:         ii     1::         ii!.: 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               65        11     Nab.-Kearney                    83 4                    590     24 4      1 Ashland                                                    1000
  3.    Gretchen Fncko. Millersvllle                                                Sr                                           10 Jennifer Clarkson. Abllens Chnstian                   ............... i:                                62      ii         65 3      12     Salem-Telkyo                    83 2                    590     24 2      1. Bentley                                               6-O 1.000
  4     Krlstsn Carlson, Seattle Paclflc                                            Jr                                           11. Heather Hartman. MO -Rolla ...........................               Jr                      ;                                                                                                                       1 Norlhern Cola.                   ::                        1000
  5.    Andrea Kelly, North Dak St.                                                                                              11 Rachel Gundinning, Colo. Chrrsttlan                            .. ..J r                       8         i!         77      63.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               63 6                             FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                     1. Virglnla St.                                          ;:; 1.000
  6.    Gina Mouw. South Dak. St.                                                 ..i.:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FGA     PCT      1 West Ter ABM                                           6-O 1 ow
  7     Amber Burgess. Wlngate                            ........................                                                                                                                                                                                         1    Texas Woman’  s                                   2:;    474     53 0     1 Mars Hill                                              6-O 1000
  8.    Dabble Sbles, Franklin Plercs ..................          .....             El:                                                                                                                                           G         Fl     FIA         PCT         2.   West TWX.A&M                                     ,227    433     52.4     1. Salem-Terkyo                                          6-O  1000
  9.    Emily Anspach. Le Moyne ......................                              SC                                                                                                                                                                                     3    Valdosta St                                   . ..193    371     52.0     1 NorfolkSt.     .._............................         5-o 1.000
 10.    Jenny Grouse. North Oak                                                                                                                                                                                                   :         1:          12   lw.o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1000          4.   Mlsslss~pp~ Col                                   209            51.5     1. StonehIll                                             4-o 1.000
 10.    L ndsa Frank, West Lib8        .....................
                                      St.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         211    ::               1. Lander                                                4-o 1000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           5.   Northern Colo.                                                   51.5
 12.    day Xndavsnder, Delta 1                                    ::‘
                                                      ““““““‘:“::‘ :-I:,.,~                                                                                                        ..............................                 E         zct        21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ::      95.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               95.8                                                                      486             Current Wlnnlng Streak: North Dakota St 10, Deltd S tate 10.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           6    Abllene Chrlstlan                                                51.4
 13     Mlc ells Rlservato. Pace ....                                                                                              5. Barb Oerry. IUIPU-Ft                                                                                  18         19      94.7        7    SIU-EdwardswIle                                   :ii    208     51.4
 14.    Angela Bohnnger. Winona St                   ... ...................... A;                                                                                                                                                ;         17         1:      94.4                                                                                                            FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE OEFENSE
 15.    Ashls Totedo, Shlppensbur ..................                                                                                                                                                                              5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Oakland City
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Central Mo St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ..:...::: ;:;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 51 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Fr,  FM                                     .-..        PCT
 16.    0 An Barson. Alderson-Eroa B duo                         .................. Jr                                                                                                                                                      1:                 92.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               93.8                                                                                       1. Presbyterban                          ,123    410                                               30.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            z;          ::     91 .l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   7      10.   Northern Mlch                                            492     50.2     2 North Dak. St.                          1;     439                                               303
 16.    Chrlshawn McArthur. Southwest St ............................ Jr                                                                                                                                                          i
                                                                                                                                                                           ........................ so                                                                    11.   IUIPU-Ft. Wayne                                 224      440     50.0     3. West Tex. A&M          .._                    295                                               30.5
 18.    Marl Lou Gonralaz. Ballarmine .................                            So                                             9.    Laura Onorato. Adelptn
                                                                                                                                 11     Jenmfer Puckett. Francls Marlon ......                                                    !         21          E      91 3       12.   Wingate                                         242      490     49.4     4. Vlrgmra St                             127    404                                               314
 19.    lsath Cowan. Cal St. Chico                             ...................                                                                                                                   SO
 20.    Anglea Watson, Cental Ark. ..........................                       2                                            12     Holb Lo he. Bemldjl St.             ... ....................                                        2           G1     90.3                                                                                       5. Bowie St                               148    465                                               31.8
                                                                                                                                 12.    Heather srcer K Wesleyan ..................._.._                                                                                                     FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE                                        6. Wlngate                                181    568                                               31 9

         Joanna Bernabel. West l.@xty St .............................
                                                                                                                                 14              w      ’
                                                                                                                                        Kari Slveslnd. UC L avls

                                                                                                                                                              3.POtNT FIELD-GOAL PER;:NTAGE
                                                                                                                                                                           ........................ ii

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            18          20     2.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                IUIPU-Ft. Wayne
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7. Mlsslsslp I Col.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          &l. South Oat: St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          9. Mars Hilt .._....................
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             32 8
   2.    Haylay L stlund. Au usta .............................                                                                   IyIn. 1.5 Ff Made Per Gain)-
                                                                                                                                                           Gama)                                             ;    iG                        FG     FGA         PCT         3.   Western N.M                                     149      195     76.4    10. LIU-C w post                           103    311                                               33 1
   3     Staphan Ie WIlllams. Iv est Ter. A(LM               ...................... ::                              ‘
                                                                                                                    2                Mekssa Stahl. Grand Valley St. ..........                                 Jr                           10      16         62 5        4.   Phlla. TextlIe                                  125      164     76.2
   4.    Dlnah Jowers. Pace             ................................                                              8.9         1 Kristi Schrader. Carson-Newman                          ................ Fr    :                        10      16         62.5        5.   Pin.-Johnstown                                  130      172     75.6                               REBOUND MARGIN
   5.    Oarla Weltskamp, Southern Ind. ..                               ............. .::                            a.7         1. Curlta Banner, Southern Ind. .........................     .._..                                        5                 62 5        6.   MO. Southern St.                                155      206     75.2                                                          OFF                               OFF        MAR
   6.    Pam Cummings. Northwest MO St. .....................                                                         8.5         4 Lauris Malum. Augustana (S 0 )                           .............. ..5.   i                                                       7    Tax. ABM-Klngsvllle                             101      135     74.8     1.    Nonh Dak. St. ........                        5x4                                           22.6
   6.    Wledl Blsvlns, Cantral Ark. ..........                                   ... .                               a.5         5. Esther King. Stonahtll             ............... .... ..... Sr                                       1:          2:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        19     60.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               57.9        8    Southwest St.                                   130      174     74 7     2.    Ab~lene Christian .... ................. :.SXl:;                                            160
   6     Charlonda Robinson, Lander                           ... ....................                                8.5         6. ChrIstma Jest, We61 Va. Wesleyan                                          Fr  i                         9                 563         9    Oakland                                         102      139     73.4     3.    Catawba .............                                                                       14.0
   9.    Varel Clarke, Florida Tech ........................                            i:                                        6. Michelle Branam, St. Andrsws                 ... .... ... .... ....
                                                                                                                                                                                ..................... . . . .:J;                                                          10    Sacred HeaR                                     113      154     73.4     4     Northern St        ....................... 49 7                                             134
 lo      Fallcla Wrl ht. Deha St. ...... .............................................  ::                                i.!     8. Tanya alshop, Southern Colo. ...                                              i                        1:          1:     56.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               556        11    North Oak.                                      121      165     73.3     5.    Vlrglnla Union                                59.1                                          13.4
 11.     Carla Glad a en. St Augustine’  s                                                                                        9 Marisa Groman. Slippery Rock                          ................ Sr      8                        :i          38
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ::     54.5       12.   West Ter. A&M                                   106      145     73.1     6     Co10 Christian ...... . .................. 45 4                                             13.1
 11.     Tammy Atbon, Lake Superior St. ..............                              ....Sr                                2      10. Gretchen Prmcs, Watt Ala. ....................                            Jr                                                         13    Central Okla.                                    65       09     73.0     7.    Lake Superior St.                     ..... .53.4                               40.4        13.0
 13.     Lorraine Lynch, Olst. Columbia              ..................... ...                                                   10 Stephanie WIlllams. West Tex AbM .................. Sr                          ;                                                                                                                                     8     Notre Dams (Cal.) ....................... ii:;                                  298         123
 14.     SUSIEGalnss. Gardnsr-Webb ...........                                         .s                                 ::     12. Valerie Scott, Ferris St _......_..........................
                                                                                                                                                              .....................................          So     6                                                                   3-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                     9.    Vatdosta St. ...........                                                        32.0        12.3
 15.     Erln Rsltan. South Dak. St. ..............                                   ..Sr                                7.4                                                                                                                                                                                                                            10.    Charleston (WVa.) .................... .54.1                                    42 0        121
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (Mm 3 0 made per game)             G   FG FGA
                                                                                                                                                                      I-POINT FIELD DOALP MADE F’
                                                                                                                                                                                                ERCC:ME                                                                                                                                                  11     West Ala .............. .....                 470                               35 1        11.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1 StonehIll                         4                                 4y:                                                                                                        119
                                                              STEALS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     11.    NebbKearney                            ..... .44.1                              32.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           2. West Ala                         7  ::  ti                         43.0
                                                                                                             NO      AVG           1     Sheila Laopold, Lincoln (MO )                            .................. .&r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       &r                                                  3. Ala -HuntswIle                   7  24  57                         42.1
   1. Doris Moncnef. Vu mia St. ......................                            ii                                               2.    Danyelle Harnson. Ouincy           .......................                                                                                                                                                                         3-POINT FIELD GOAL MAOE ;R                                         GAME
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           4. Northern Co10 _.                 6                                 420                                                                                                         AVG
   2. Lorrams Lynch, Dls1 Columbia                         ... ................... Sr                         ::          73
                                                                                                                          5.9      3     Krlsten Brasn. So. Corm. St. ................                                   Fr                                                                                                                                                                                                                       NO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           5. Northwood                        5                                 41 4      1.   Oakland                                                               9           96         10.7
   3. Tammy Walsh, LIU-Southampton ...............                                                                                 4.
                                                                                                                                   4               Rlchard.
                                                                                                                                         Deanna Richard. Oakland               ...............................          Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       S;                                                                                                                        41 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           6. Southern Ind                 . ..3                                           2.   Clanon                                                                8           63          79
   4. Alls ra Stoehsl. Alas. Anchorage ....                               .... ..i:                           :;          :i       5.                    N hi
                                                                                                                                         Bea Galle OS. N’M Hlghlands ...................                               .Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           7. Western N.M.                                                       406       3.   Northern Colo.                                                        6                       7.8
   4 Apre Adams. Lincoln &MO/                       .... .....................                                35          5.0      6     Jenni MI,Per. PIRsburg St. .................................                    Jr
                                                                                                                                   7.    Krlsten Franclr, Oakland ......................                                Sr                                                 8. MO. Western St                   :                                 40.2      4.   MO. Wasfnrn St                                                        7                ::
   6. Sandra PInto. Cal St tan slaus ........                           ......... .i.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           9. Ferrts St
                                                                                                                                   8     Kim Paciorek, Calif. (Pa.) .........                              ............ Jr                                                                                                                       40.0      5    Adams St.                                                            10                       :.i
   7. Melissa Gavin, Rolllns ............                       ...................                           ::          :.:
   7 Michelle HarrIson. NC Central .........................                        ;:                                             9.    Nichole Jonker. Calif. (Pa )           ............. ............       ....                                                     10. Southern Cola. _...              z                                 39.8      6.   UC-Colo. Spgs                                                         9                ;:     72
   7. Fye Wri ht. Lander .......................... ...............                 Jr                        1:          :.:      9.    Oormda Gob%, North Ala. ..............                                        ..“,:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     . ..“.:                                              11. Portland St. ._......            a                                 39.6      7    NM. Hi htands                                                         6
  10. Jennifer e ross, UC Oavls ....               ............................. Jr                           31          4.4      9     Lvnna Robens. Seattle Paclbc
                                                                                                                                         L nne Robens,                                .... .......................... Jr                                                  12 Lincoln Memorlal                  7                                 39.7
  10 Nlcole Heinz. MO. Southern St. ...............................                                                                9.
                                                                                                                                   6.    hi ellssa Grlder. MO Southarn St. ........................... ., ,,S;
                                                                                                                                         fiellbsa                                .......................................                                                  13 Wingate                           B                                 39.4      !: :$ky:;)                                                             ::..:i               ii     5:;
  12. Klm Msnlfesto. Portland St. ...............                   .............. ::                         ;:          :.:      9,    Sequoia Baioni. Notm Dame (Cal.) .........                                                                                       14. Central Ark                      8                                 39.3      9 Lincoln (MO.)
  13. Stephanla Willlams. West Tez. A6M               ........................... Sr                          26          4.3      9     Mlchel!.s Hubbard,
                                                                                                                                         Mlchelb Hubbard. Armstrong St.                    ........................... Fr                                                 15. MO -Rotla ..__..._.._..............
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               9  27  69                         39.1      9. Southern Ind                                                                             21      7.0   -
   December                      18,199s                                                                                                                                                                The NCAA News                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Page 13

   n Division                                                          s
                                                                 111men’ basketball                                                                                                     leaders                                                                                      H Team leaders                                                                     Through December 3

                                                  SCORING                                                                                                                                  REGOUNOINC                          “,                                                                                SCORING OFFENSE                                                                     SCORING DEFENSE
    1. Ed Brands, Grinnell .........
    2. Antome Harden, Easbm ..........
                                                          CL              G      TW           3FG           FI

                                                                                                                                           1 James Wdson, UbcalRome
                                                                                                                                          2. Mike Bocbnstedt. Luther

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         155          1. Grinnsll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2. Simpson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2  430
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              G   W-L
    3 Bryant Butler, Platlsburgh St.. ........                                                              22          147     294       3. Ryan Vicken. Oglethorps                                                           Sr                i              41          137
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            15.0      3 Occrdentai                          i 3-o                300    100.0                                                                      4-o       227         56.3
    4 Al White,Shenandoah .y.................              Sr             5         57          1           27          147     784       4. Jason White, Westminster (MO )                                                    Sr                                                     4 curry                               4 3-1                399     99.8                                                                      2-2       232         58.0
    5. J R. Shumate Ohio We&van .......                    Sr             5         45         20           28          138     27.6      5 Antolns Harden, Eastern                                                                              :              95
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                67          13.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            13.4      5. Lycomrng                      ..A    5-O                495     990                                                                       5-2       407         58.1
    6 Jay Longino. Colorado Coi ..................... Sr                  6                    23           26          165     27.5      6. Mark Hams, Coast Guard                                                            z:                                                     6. Shenandoah                         5 3-2                492     9.34                                                                      5-o       303         60.6
    7. C. Pierce. NJ lnst of Tech.. ................... Sr                6         :i         19           48          163     27.2      7. Gilbsno Parker, Msdgar Evers                                                      Sr                :              2        12.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         13.2         7. N.J Inst. of Tech.                   3-3                577     96.2                                                                      4-2       366         61 .O
    8. RickHughss.ThomasMore          ................. Sr                5         52          2           28          134     26.8      8 Kevrn Bra&en. Baldwin-Wallaca                                                      sr                                                     8 Anna Marra                          i 5-l                570     95.0                                                                      6-l       429         61 3
    9. Tommv bovls. Salem St                           .             3         71         15           73           80     267       9 Mrks Nukk. Mardlme (N.Y.)                                                                            i              ::       125
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         128          9. Hendrix                              6-O                        94 0       9. Widener                                           4         3-l       246         61.5
  10. John kraitis, Anna Maria                                                                                          159     265      10. Ryan Stumpf, Capdal                                                               ::                                                     9.Eabson                             ‘E 4-l            %           94.0      10 Methodist                                          4         4-o       247         61.8
  11. Jason Light, Emory 8 Henry                                                                                        132     264      11. Wabare Gladman, Waynesbur      “’ “““““““““’                              “’ ”    So                l              i:      12.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        12.3         11 Hope                                  4-l            467         93.4      10. Randolph-Macon                             ,, . ..4         2-2       247         61 .3
  12. Mati Specht. Neb. Wesleyan                                                                                                         12 Jrm Naughton, Worcesrer TeeI!                                                      Sr                F              :4”     120
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        122          12 Saiisbury St.                       i 2-4            560         93 3
  13 Mike Hunter, Ferrum ,,.,,...,...                       Fr                                                          ‘:Y     is       13 Ssan McGee, Baruch                                                                 Sr                                                    13. Colby-Sawyer                       4 3-l            370         92 5                        WON-LOST PERCENTAGE
  14 Matt George, Colby-Sawyer                            so                                                            102     25.5     14. Scori Aronbrrts. Waynsnburg                                                       Jr                5              59      11.8         14 Rowan                               5 5-o            457         91.4                                                    W-L      PCT.
  15. Phil Dixon, Shenandoah                                                                                            125     25.0                                                                                                                                                 14 Wlikes                          . ..s 5-o            457         91.4       1. Ripon                                      6-O    toou
  15. Carl Cochran, Richard Stack                   ,. .;:                                                              125     250                                               FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                                                                                                                             1 Ubca                                        6-O   1.000
  17. Mor an Bell, Occidental                       . . ..Fr                                                              73    243                                                                                                     G                                                                       SCORING MARGIN                                      1 Anderson                                    6-O   l.CQO
  18. Bill e arr, Cabrini                                                                                                 97    24j      I~:“,&F~i$dZ~~rrZnry                                                            ::                                                                                                     OFF          DEF.      MAR.         1 Hsndrrx                                     6-O   1000
  (9. Crarg Brunnemer. Anderson                            i:                                                           145     242      2 John Patrarirs, Anna Marla                                                    so             2                                                  Hops                                93 4          67 2       26 2        1 Frank. 8 Marsh.                             5-o   1.000
  20 Jamre Smdh, Merchant Marine                          So

                                                                                                                        169     241      3. Nathan Ackerman. Srmpson
                                                                                                                                         4. Rob Velthousa. Calvin
                                                                                                                                         5. Steve Ellen& Simpson
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               91 4
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1 Rowan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1 Lycommg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1 Lynchburg
                                                                                        CL                                               6 Ron Jones, Connecticut Cot                                                                   i                                                  L commg       ,,,.,,, ,,, ,,..      99 0          768        22.2        1. St Olaf                                    5-O   1 ow
   1 Ira Nrcholson, Mt. St. Vincent                                                                                                      7 Steve Wrlbs. Dame1 Webster                                                  .&                                                             i.   d endrrx                            94 0          71 a       22 2        1. Rlchard StocMon                            5-o
   2 Oawd Kbne. Wrdenar                                                             :.::                                                 8 Frank Hodge, Cortland St.                                                    Jr              E                                                  Rowan                               91.4          696        21 a        1. Tnndy (Tex )                               5-o   1.1
   3 Scott Argabnte. Waynasburg                                                        Jr                                                9. Josh Threlsn. Nolm Adams St.                                                 Fr             5                                             ;.   Castleton St.                   . ..81.9          61 3       20 6        1 Wrlkes                                      5-o   l.oM)
   4 Greg Vanden Ordel. Chapman                                                        3                                                10. Andy Ruthsrford. Lycommg                                                                                                                  9    Rose-Hulman                         78 4          58 1       20.3        1 Methodrst                                   4-o   l.ooO
   4 Ksnny Nelson, Concordia-M’  head                                                  sr                                               11 Mike Nukk. Maritime (N Y)                                                . ..%               ;                                                  Rrpon                               a2 a          630        19.8        1. hluhlsnberg                                4-o   low
   4 James Wrlson. UbcalRome                                                           Sr                                               12 Damon Grump. Concordia-M’  hsad                                              Jr                                                          1:     John Carroll                        038           64 2       196         1. Ohio Northern                              4-o   low
   7 John Garber. Mdlsaps                                                              Jr                                               13. Morgan Bell. Occrdentai                                                     Fr              :                                           12.    Manchester                      . ..83.0          63 7       193         1 St. John Fisher                             4-o   too0
   7 Antoine Hyman. Keuka                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           13.    Hanover                         . ..71.3          52 3       190         1 Sampson                                     4-o   l.OCQ
   9 John Drummond. Cabrmi                                                       . . . . ..                                                                                     FREE-TNROW PERCENTAGE                                                                               14.    Mass.-Oanmouth                      86.0          67 3       la7         1 Beaver                                            IO00
   9. Ryan Stumpf, Capdal                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Fr    FfA           PCT                                                                                      Current Wlnnrng Streak. Trinity (Tex) 7, And&?6     Hendrlx
  11. Jeremy Putman, Oubuqus                                                            ::                                               I!41slikZ21”~P~nGZe)                                                        ::                              14     14         loo.0                              FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                   6. Rrpon 6. Ubca 6, 11 teams tied with frvs
  12. Jason While, Westminstsr (MO )                                                    S,                                                1. Mike Last, &roll (Wis )                                                  Fr                             10     10         loo.0                                                  FG             FGA         PCT
  13. Nathan Ackerman, Sim son                                                                                                            1. Jason Sorenson, Concordia-M’head                 ._....,...,,...,......SC                                a      .Y        lw.o           1    Srmpson                         180               294        61.2                          FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE DEFENSE
  14. Peter Craig. Frostburg Dt                                                         ,‘
                                                                                         :                                               4. Phrl Dixon. Shenandoah                                                    Sr                                                             2     Occidental                      117                          54.9                                               FG     FGA                                    PCT
  14. Aljumar Earl. Montclair St                                                                                                         5. Pat Euyse. Ursinus                                                        Jr                         :;             ii      95.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        95 7         3     Upper Iowa                      142               ::t        53.6        1. Olivst                                     278
  14. Mike Brennan, Rochester                                                          iA                                                6 Tom Janrk. Hartwick                                                  . . ..Jr                         21             5       95 5         4     Hendrrx                         207               389        53.2       2. Lynchburg                           1;:     313                                   2:
                                                                                                    z            12             2.4
  14. Glenn Haake, Parks _...                                                           Jr                                               7 J J Rrchardson, JohnCarroll                                                Jr                         19                     95.0         5.    Emory 8 Henry                   167               315        53 0       3 Luther                            ”   93                                           35.2
                                                                                                    5            1;             24       8. ReaDan Pensy, Trinity (Tax )                                                                                                             6     Manchester                      219               415        52.8       4 Gst’  tysburg                        109     :F.z                                  35.6
                                                         ASSISTS                                                                         9 Jon D’  Drlando. Enditon                                                     s”                       :i             :i      93 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        94.1         7     Concordra-M’head                   96             1.32       52.7       5. Calvrn                              124     345                                   35 9
                                                                                                                                        10 Matt Labuda. Wrlkes                                                           Sr                      15             1:      93 a         8.    Lycoming                        181               344        52 6       6 Edgewood                             151     416                                   36.3
                                                                                                                                        10. Chad Coconrs. Caprtal                                                       .Sr                      15                     93.8         9.    Anderson                       ,185               352        526        7 Fredorua St.                                 250                                   36.4
   1 Ptul Drron. Shenandoah
                                                                                                                                        12. Scott Ruth&ix. Hsidslixrg                                                                                                               10     Denrson                            97             185        52.4       8. Elmira                              1::     410                                   366
  2 Jeff Bo le. Grmnell                                                  ;:
  3. Andre I olton, Chns Newport .,,,.,,..,,..,..,.........,...,         Sr                                                             12 Adam Piandes, Bates                                                    . . . ..i.                     1;             1:      92 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        92.9        11     Rose-Hulman                     207               395                   9. Maine Maritime          ”           152     411                                   37 0
  4. Chris Perrin. Simpson                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          12.    Caoital                       ..lll               212        :::       10 Muhlenberg                           105     282                                   37.2
                                                                                                                                                                     S-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                                                  13.    Ithaca                           .76              150        52.0      11 litrca                               154                                           37.7
  5. Adam Piandes, Bates                                               ..Sr                                                               {Min. 1.5 Fl Made Per Game)                                          G                                                                    14     Neb Wesleyan                    137               264        51.9      12. Worcester Tech                      145     :2                                    37 9
  6. Oax Ka)iwara, Vassar                                        ,.. Sr
                                                                                                                                            Tim Shaw. Drew                                                 CJ:
  7. Greg Dean, Concordia-M’   heed _..._......                          Jr                                                              2 Errc Johnson, Capital            .._. ._                        so  :
  8. Stefan Bergan, Galiaudst                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE                                                                      REBOUND MARGIN
                                                                        so                                                               3. Miks Murra Mount Union                                          Jr 5                                                                                                                             FIA         PC1                                                       OFF                       OEF        MAR
  8. Zech GorIng. St. Olaf
                                                                                                                                         3. Mike Wolf. k ochsster lnst ..__...............................Sr                                                                         1 Thomas More                                    6’:               79.3       1 Brrdgswater (Va )                            46.0                      29 5        16.5
 10. Matl Grieser. Anderson                                              5:                                                              5. Paul Morrissay, Cortland St.                                    Sr :                                                                     2 Randolph-Macon                                 54      :;        78.3       2. Worcester St                                42.6                      27.2        156
 11. Gary    mm. Keuka                                                   Jr                                                              6 Jerry Ambookan, Allegheny                                       so                                                                        3. Ursinus                                              124        7.3 2      3. Wrdaner                                     42 5                      28.8        13.8
 11. Jamal T Illott. Haverford                                           Sr                                                              6 Scott Powers. Brldgewatsr (Va.)                                  Jr i                                                                     4. Kalamazoo                                            141        78.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1;;                               4 Hanover                                      38 3                      253         13.0
 11 Oennrs Turner, Plattsburgh St. .._                                 ..Fr                         5            35                      6. Pete Dillon, Sewanee                                            S,                                                                       5 ut1ca                                       99        128        77.3       5. Wilkes                                      47.2                      34 8        12.4
 11 Paul Blake Rochester Inst.                                         .so                          :             7             6.8
                                                                                                                                :.i      6. Wllliam Houtman, Mass -Dartmouth                .._..........Sr    z                                                                     6 Mass.-Darimouth                             40         52        76.9       6. Wittenbarg                                  41.5                      29.5        120
 15 Kevin Ckpperton. Upper lows                     .._.                                                                                10. A.J.Shanlay, Swanhmore                           ._..._..._...  Jr 6                                                                     7 Nab Wesleyan                                a3                   76.9       7. Rowan                                   . ..44.4                      32.6        ii a
 16 Scott Sauro. Waynesburp                       ..__                  s”,’                                                            IO Brran Hlgly. Bsldwin-Wallace ._. ._                        . . ..Jr                                                                       8. Rochester                                105         1Fi        76 1       8. Wooster                                     41.3                      29.8        11.5
 17 J J. Leprerskr. Washington (Ma.)                               ..‘
                                                                     ...Jr                          :            46
                                                                                                                 l              6.6     10 Grant Vreeland. Hiram          ..__.........                     Jr ;                                                                     9. Hartwick                                   91        120        75 a       9. Hampdan-Sydney                              470                       36.0          .._
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        11 rl
                                                                                                                                        13. J. 1. Furnish. Blackburn                                    . ..Fr                                                                      10. Nollh Adams St.                          ..69           91      75.8       9 Ocmdental                                    43.7                      32 7        11.0
                                                                                                                                        13. Montell McNair, Methodist                                       Fr :                                                                    11 Anderson                                  137         lil        75.7      11. Chapman                                     45.0                      34.2        loa
                                                                                 CL                     G             NO       AVG                                                                                                                                                  12 Ott&sin                                    .61                   75.3      12. Cabrini                                  .43.8                        33.0        lo.8
   1. Osron Black. Allegheny ................................................. Sr                       6             28        4.7                                    S-POIYT F~ELO OOALS MADE PER GAME                                                                            13. Marietta                                   76        1:;        75 2
  2. Stevs Ellens. Srmpson .................................................... Sr                      4             1:        4.3                                                                ..I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   3-POINT FIELD GOAL MAOE 7”                             GAME
  2. Oaiman Hunter, Alvemra ................................................ So                         4                       4.3                                                                                                                                                                S-WIN1 FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                                                                              N”         AVG
  4. Rusty Loyd. Chica o .................................................... So                                                                                                                                                                                                     I”‘” 3,OMade Per game)                    G  !  -ci                PC;        1. Grinneli ...                                    ........ 5             ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            137         19.6
  5. Marvin Patterson. R unter ............................................. Sr                         :                       4.0
                                                                                                                                4.1                                                                                                                                                      Hardm Srmmons ................ .5                                         2. Baioit ........................                          2                        13.0
  5. Nigel Hacey. Oneonta St. .............................................. So                                                                                                                                                                                                      2. New Paih St          ............. 6                            508        3. Castleton St. ........... ......                                           ii     11.9
  5. Grs Oman, Concordia-M’   head ....................................... Jr                           i              12
                                                                                                                       ;i       4.0                                                                                                                                                  3. Capital ....                                                    500        4  Hardrn-Summons .........................                 :
  5. ShaL Sarvills. Ithaca      ...            .................................. Jr                                                                                                                                                                                                 4. Mt. St. Mary (N.Y.)                 “’ :         :;             49.1       5  Babson            ................................... .5                   2
  5. Mike GmeQmachsr, St Norbert                ... ......................... Sr                        :             12        4.0                                                                                                                                                  2, $vzcster      ........................ .7 ::                    48.4       5. Tufts ...                                  ........... .5                  40
 10. Kevin Korup, Bethany (W Va )                     ........................... Jr                    i             2:        3.8                                                                                                                                                                               ......... .5           zi             48 3       7  Gettysburg ................................... 5                           47
 11. John Call. Staten Island                               ... ................                                                                                                                                                                                                     7. Biackbum ........                       4 ;;     56             48.2       8. Anna Marra ................................... 6                           56
 12. Jason Johnson, Eallham .......                                 ........... ::                                                                                                                                                                                                   8 Nichols               .._...............5                        477        9. Bates             .._..._.................
 13. Jay Longino. Colorado Coi. ..................                                Sr                    :              1:       3.7
                                                                                                                                ii                                                                                                                                                   9. Chicago                            .._.7  ii    .E              47 6       9 Claremont-M-S                             .._...          :                 ::
 13. John Denchie. SaIlsbury St. ...............................                  Jr                                                                                                                                                                                                10. Richard Stockton .._                      29   61               47.5       9. curly                                                    4
 13. Ooyin Rrchards. Unron (N.Y) ......................................... Jr                           i             E
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                                                                                                                                3.7                                                                                                                                                 11 Eastern                                  z 33    71              46 5       9. Southern Me.                                             5                 it

 H Division                                                           s
                                                              111women’                                                                basketball                                                       leaders                                                                     n Team leaders                                                                    Through December 3

                                            SCORING                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SCORING OFFENSE

  I. Kari Tufte. Luther
  2. Psggis Sweeney, Pure Manor


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Defiance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2 Emmanuel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       93 6
  3. Melanie Payne, Medgar Evers                   Sr                 4                                                                                                                                                                                                             3. Mllisaps                           6 6-O             555        92.5                                                                                 168         42.0
  4 Mandy Pde. Junrata                            so                  5                                                                                                                                                                     i              ::          15.7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       157          4 St John Fisher                      7 7-o             630                                                                                             170         44.5
  5. Emma Bascom, Orew                             Sr                 3                                                                                                                                                                                                             5. Rowan                         . ...4 4-o             341        2                                                                                    771         452
  6. Kirstsn Vogt. Vassar                                                                                                                                                                                                                   i              i           15.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       153          6. Notre Dame Md.)                    5 3-2                        82.6                                                                                 is1         45.3
  7. Sara Musssr, Kalamazoo                        ::                 :                                                                                                                                                                     :              ::          150
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       14.8         7 Marymount (1 a)                     4 3-l             :::        61 8                                                                                 139         46.3
  8. Kim Huber, Alisgheny                          Sr                 7                                                                                                                                                                                                             8. Susquehanna                        4 4-o             325        61 3                                                                                 186         465
  9. Monica Rodnguer. PI&burgh St                  Sr                 4                                                                                                                                                                     4              :;          14.3         9. Bates                                4-2             407        81.2                                                                                 188         47.0
10 Annie Gurek. Dlckmson .,,,,. ,,.,,,. ,,.        Sr                 5                                                                                                                                                                                                            10 Baldwin-Wallace                     i 3-o             243        81.0                                                                                 283         47 2
10 Krm Landry. Worcester Tech                      Jr                 5                                                                                                                                                                     ;                          140         11 Salem St.                           5 4-l                        80.0                                                                                 236         47.2
12 Claudette Prrwdz. Havsrford                     Sr                 6                                                                                                                                                                                                            11 Hardin-Simmons                      4 4-o             iz         800                                                                                  236         47 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            4”             ii          136
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       135                                                                                                                                                                  194         48 5
13. Jsnnlfer Nish. Scranton                        Jr                 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            5              i:          134                            SCORING MARGIN
13. Nikki Epperson. Macalsster
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            z              E           130                                            OFF                    DEF       MAR
15. Beny Jo Welch, Oanrel Webster               ..::                  :
                                                                      4                                                                                                                                                                                                             1 Oetrance                       95 3                   509        44 4                                                   W-L                                       PCT
16. Micky Davis. Hardm-Summons ,,. ,,,.,,.. So                                                                                                                                                                                                                         12.8                                                                                                                                    7-o
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            6              77                       2 Emmanuel          ”            93.6                   51 8       41 8        1 St JohnFIsher
16 Lanett Stephan, FrankIm..                   . ..Sr                 4                                                                                                                                                                     :              zi          12.7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       124                                                                                         1 Oslrance                                  7-o                                     1E
                                                   Jr                 3                                                                                                                                                                                                             3 Rowan                          85 3                   52.3       33 0
1.4 Jenny Lambert. Otterbein                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1. Millsaps                                 6-0                                     two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    4 Mrllsaps                       92 5                   60 3       32.2
19 Annette Weller, LycaminQ                        Sr                 6                                                                                                                                                                     5              62          12.4                                                                                        1 Smdh                                      6-O                                     1 000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    5 Utrca/Rome                    .75 7                   46 3       29 3
19. Molly Lieberman, Lawrence                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       6 Amherst                                                                      1. Bowdorn                                  5-o                                     two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     69.8                   40 5       29 3
21. Enma Rivera, CCNY                         . ..s”.’                i                                                                                               FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                                                         7 Baldwin-Wallace                                                              1. Cabrmr                                   5-o                                     1000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 . ..81.0                   54.3       26 7
22. Angie Risnists. Dubuque                  . . ..Sr                 6                                                                                                                    CL                                       G           FG        FGA          PCT          8. Bowdoin                                                                                                                 5-O                                     1000
                                                                                                                                        \“;;,C;;:;dgf       Game)                                                                                                                                                   .78.6                   52.4       26 2
23. Kelli Taliferro, Junratd         ,, ,,.,,,.,, So                  5                                                                                                                    Sr                                                   ::         2           694
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       72 3                                                                                                                                    5-o                                     1.000
                                                                                                                                        2 Ce,esle R;yna,, Bowdoin ‘
                                                                                                                                                                  ,,,     ““” ” “““““” ““‘Jr                                                                                        9. Bmghamton                     73 0                   47 2       25.8
23 Jeri Beiongra. Rrpon                            Sr                 5          41                                                                                                                                                 :                                              10 Gallaudet                      77.3                   52 8       24 5                                                    4-o                                     1000
23 Jen Whde, Neumann                               Sr                 5          36                                                     3.   Kristin Long, Caprtal                                                      Jr                                             65.7        11. Savannah A 8 0               .71.4                   47.2       24 2                                                    4-o                                     1.000
23 Emily Yanero. Notre Dame (Md.)             . ..So                  5          34                                                     4.   Erika Willio. Hiram    .
                                                                                                                                                                    ‘                                                   sr          :           $4”        i:          64 9        12 New York U.                    77 5                   54 3       23.3                                                    4-o                                     1 000
23 Marsha Hams. New York U.                     ..So                  4                                                                 5    Amy Sax@?, Lynchburg                                                       Fr                                                         13 Southern Me                    78.4                   56 0       22 4                                                    4-o                                     l.OOil
23 Megan tarton. Ursmus                         ..So                  4          ;:                                                     6    Mandy Pile, Junrata                                                     .so            i           ::         2           64.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       63 8        14. Colby-Sawyer              . ..76.7                   55.3       21 3                                                    4-o                                     1 ow
23 Lee Ann Azarewrcr. Wilkes                       Jr                 4          2.3                                                    7.
                                                                                                                                        7,   Jsn Osnb akar, wi,k~es
                                                                                                                                             Rebecca      Rowan                        ... ..... .... ..... ...... ...                                                                                                                                                                                         4-o                                     1000
30 Danrelle Hunt, Castteton                        Fr                 6          45                                                                    r,                                                              ,“:          :           s:         ::          63 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       63.6                              FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                   1 Monmourh (Ill.)                             4-o                                     1 ODO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            FG              FGA        PCT       l.NewYorkU                                    4-o                                     1 ooo
                                                  BLOCKEO SHOTS                                                                                                                                                                                 z:         60          63.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       63 2          1. Rust                               181              295        61.4      1. Oneonta St.                                4-o                                     1.000
                                                                                                                  NO           AVG                                                                                                              24         z;          63 2         2 UC Santa Crur                        112              192        58 3      1 Susquehanna                                 4-o                                     1 c#xr
 1. Carl Carson, Marymount (Va )                                                      CJ:                         29            73                                                                                                                                                  3 Rowan                                142              276        51 4      1. Washington Md.)                            4-o                                     l.ooO
 2. Kamilah Byrd, RutQsrs-Camden                                                _..._  Jr                                       54     12 Sandy Hayn. Rensselaer                                                       Jr           4           z:         :i          62.5         4. Beloit                                               312        51 .o    Current Wmnmg L treak Defiance 7. St. John iishsr 7.                                  11 bed
 3. Amy Strand, North Adams St                                                        so                                        40                                                                                                                                                  5 Mrlisaps                           ..218              437        49 9     With tour.
 4. Maria Muilooly. Bsloil                                                          .._Jr                                                                                FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE                                                                                      6. Bowdorn                           ..lSB              319        49 5
 5. Emllia Brondyke. Bryn Mawr                                                                                                  if      {Min. 2 5 FI Made Per Game)                                             CL                                         14
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          FlA         100.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PCT          7 Capital                    .:.                                                         FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE OEFENSE
                                                                              . . . ..Jr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    215        49.3
 5. Krm Kovar. Montclair St.                                                                                                    37         Penny Summarvilla. CarneQre Msllon                                                                                                       B Alma                                 1:               219                                                                    FG FGA                               PCT
                                                                                   . ..Sr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              47 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1. Potsdam St.
 7. Latoyla Foster, Emerson-MCA                                                                                                         1. Michelle Oids. Alma      .._..._..._...............................    ::                                                                9 Osliancs’                            275              574        479                                                            241                              26.6
                                                                                  .                                                1 Barb Jordan. Earlham          .._..._....                              .Jr                                       10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           12         loo.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1wo                                                                                        2 New Yoti U.                                     !: 254
 8. Gwynette Hammond, Marietta                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     IO Utica/Rome                                            199        47.2                                                                                            280
                                                                             . . . . ..Sr                                               4. Janslle Gancr. Allentown                                              .Fr                                                                                                                                             3. St. Elizabeth   .._...                            233                              28.8
 8. Lisa Timmer. Hope .._.._.                                              .._..._..   Jr                                                                                                                                                                                          I1 Binghamton                                1::         344        47 1
                                                                                                                                        5 Susen Boyls.Alfred                         _....                                                                 1;          2:                                                                                        4 Emmanuel         .._..._........................i: 315                              289
 8. Lanati Stephan. Franklin                                                     . . ..Sr                                                                                                                                                                                          12. Emmanual                             . ..189         402        47 0
                                                                                                                                        6. Rsnae Hu ck. Adrran                                                   ::                                                                                                                                              5. Weilesley                                         363                              29.2
11. Jen WhIta. Neumann                                                             . ..Sr                                                                                                                                                                                          I3 Potsdam                                   179         381        47.0
                                                                                                                                        6 Shsity RI eway, Frostburg St.                                   . .                                         ls6         93 a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       93.8        I4 Bates                                                                      6 Monmouth (Ill.) .._......................... !.E   218                              294
12. Deliah Plgort. New Enffland Col                                       __..._....   Fr                                                           +                                                                                                                                                                           191         409        46.7      7. Cabrini                                   ..lOO   338                              296
                                                                                                                                        0. Maris Mul ooly, Belod     .._...................................... Jr
                                                       ASSISTS                                                                          8. Melanie Hendsbes. Roger Wilhams                 ._.....                Jr                                       14          92.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       92 9                                                                                      a Bunaio st                                       74 249                              29.7
                                                                                 CL                 G             NO           AVG      8 Luanne Francis. St. Eliiabeth ......................                   Sr                                                                                     FREE-THROW PERCENTAGE                                    9. Binghamton                                                                         297
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         n                  l=fA       PCT
 1. Stefanie Tetsr, Mary Washmgton            ................................. Sr                                34            8.5    11. Leslie Baldwin, Centrs                .............................                                             26
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1:          92.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       92.3                                              a I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 9 Albertus Magnus                                 ii iii                              29.7
 2. Jill Walker, Capital                   ... ................................ so                  :             33            8.3    11 Marsha Harris, New York U. ................                                                                                  92.3         1. Alma                                                  78        82 1     11 Widener                                      113   379
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ii                                         13                                                                                48                                                                                                        29.3
 2. Therese Rollvsn. Gaibudet        ........................................... Fr                 4             33            8.3                                                                                                                                                 2. Macaiester                           . . . ..E                  76.0     12. Elms                                           60 201                              29.9
 4. Diana Oevtin. Bates     .................................................. Sr                                               8.0                                3-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                                                                    3. Southern Me.                                          ii        73.9
 5. Andrea Ldtfe. Bowdorn ..............................................         So                 :             ii            7.8      Mm 1 5 FI Made Per Game)                               G                                           FG            FGA          PCT          4 Ohro Wesleyan                               7:                   73 5
 6 Sury Venet. Mount Union ......................                                                                               7.7     1.’All Tinkham. Macalester                       ::      2                                                                                  5. Wooster                                    95        1::        73 1                                                                                 DEF        MAR
 7 Kathy S&k. Beloit ...........................................                                                                7.4     2 Keelv Bowman. Buena Vista           1: .._     so      4                                           i              5          800
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       750          6. Elizabethtown                                        174        72.6       1. Middlsbury                                   53.3                     31.3
                                                                                 2                  z             ::
 8. Angla Arnold. Johns Hopbns                                                                                                  73                                                                                                          12             1:          63.2         7. John Carroll                               ;         1e7        72 4       2. Defianca                                    .51 1                     34.3        :ti
                                                                       ..... ..s 0
 9. Michelle Oids, Aima                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             8. Frank. L Marsh.                                      116        72.4       3 Rowan                                         48 0                     33.0        15.0
                                                      ........................... Fr                i             :i
10. Mandy King, Southern Me. ........................................... Jr                                                                                                                                                                 :i             ii          61.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       60.6         9 Adnan                                                            72.0       4 Widener                                       53.7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5, Marywood . .._..._....................:.:::..53,2                     398         13.8
                                                                                                                               :.;                                                                                                                                                 10 Wheaton (Mass.)                            :z         1::
                                                                                  Sr                                                                                                                                                        11             :z          579                                                                             71.8                                                                                39.8        134
11. him Correa. Salem St. .................................                                         :             i:           6.8                                                                                                                                                 11 Heidelberg                                 86         121        71.1      5.   North Adams St.                                         470          33.6        13.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1:             21          57.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       57.7        12. Alfred                                               110        70 9      7    Connecbcut Col.                                        .47 2         34 2        13.0
                                                                                   CL               G             NO           AVG                                                                                                               9                                 13. Anna Maria                               .z          130        70.8      8.   Millsaps                                                52.5         39.7        128
  1. Marls Stagiiano. Utica/Rome                                                   Jr               2             14            7O                                                                                                                                                                                                                               9.   Hunter                              1.                  52 8         40.0        12.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1:            1:          2.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      552                       S-POINT FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE                                   10.   Manmouth (Ill )                                         48.0         35.3        128
 2. Coileen McCrave, Bates                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      FG  FGA                 PCT
 3. Enma Riven. CCNY                                                             iz                 E                                                                                                                                       12            ;z          54.5
                                                                                                                  ii           E.i                                                                                                                                                  IMZZZX:g!n!                              i                         53.2                      ~-POINT FtELtt GOAL ME                          PER GAME
 4. Sonya Tucker, Emarson-MCA                       ..__........................Sr                  6                          6.2                                                                                                                                                  2 Rand.-Macon Woman’         s            4 25   ::                50.0
                                                                                                                                                                      s-mlw                              GAME
                                                                                                                                                                                  FIELD 110~~s YIDE PER -.                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ND             AVG
 5. EM Henderson, Emmanusl             ._........................................ Jr                5             F3           5.8                                                                                                                                                  3. Elmira                                 6 :z                     44 B      1 Wilkes                                                          !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      AVG                                                                                                                                                                               7.0
 6. Maura Flsmmg. Babson        ._                                                Sr                6             33           5.5      1  Nicole Anderson, Lens ....................                                                                                               4. Gust. Adoiphus                      .4    16  ii                44.4      2. Elmira     .._....                                            ..6       ::          6.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ... ........ Fk
 6. Jan Oenbv. Rowan                                                             So                 4             22           5.5                                                                                                                                                  5 St Benedict                             3  11  25                44.0
                                                                                                                                        2. Mol Liebarman. Lawrence ............................................ Jr                                                     :.i                                                                                       2 Macalester _.................................                    2                   6.5
 8. Shsl Rrdgeway. Frostburg St. ................................                So                 5                          5.4      3  Met x ells Pothast. Wittenberg ...................                   ..J r                                                  3.8          6. Lawrence                              4                         434       2. Marymount (Va.)                       ..__                              2           6.5
 9.  ho 21, McKmney, Knox .......................................                 Fr                              ;:           5.3      4. Jamia Wilson. Manchertsr .......................................... Fr                                                      3.6          7.NewYorkU.                                 :i   60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     53                43.3      2.NewVoRU                . . . . . . . . . . . . . .._..............                   6.5
10. Julia Dssmond. Notre Dame (Md.) ........................                      Jr                :             26           5.2                                                                                 Jr                                                               .3 MIllsapS                              z                         41.7      6. Hanover .._..._......._..                                               a2:         6.4
11. Nicoie Atbert. Cal Lutheran . . . . . . . . . .    .._..___........           Sr                              20           5.0                                                                                  Fr                                                 :.:          6. Bowdoin                               5  15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                30   :i                41 7      7 Gettysburg                           .._............... :...:                        6.4
12 Thsrese Rollven. Gallaudet .._......._.....               .._                  Fr                :                          4.8                                                                                 Sr                                                              10. Thomas More .._.                      4                         41 .o     7. Manchester               _..___.                                        ii          6.4
12. Judy Mender. St. ElizabaM .._..__..._.._...._... _.     __                  So                  4             1:           4.0      8. C&my Colbns. Her&ix .._...__..__............................            &I                                                  z.;         11 Walissley .._......................... 6  :i   tli               40.0      9. Hardin-Simmons                                          .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .__..._.........:. . . . . . ..
14. Jenny Lambs*. Dtterbsin                                      _..                                3                          4.7      8. Becky Reineke, BluffIon .._...__                                                                                            3.0         11. Wilkes                                4                         10.0      9. Thomas More                              _...                   4       :z          i.:
15. Shannon Galbratth. Thomas Mom                         .._...__. ._.._ f                         4             1:           4.5      8. Jaemina Obhrai. Bowdoin _.___..__..._................................. g                                                    3.0                                                      1.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                20   :i                40.0     11. Cabma                                                           5       30          60
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n Division                                              I ice hockey leaders                                                                                                                      H              Team                                           Through December                                                10
                                     POINTS PER GAME                                                                        GOALS-AQAlNLT AVERAGE                                                                                 WINNING PERCENTAGE
                                             CL   G                                                                                                        CL  G MINS               GLS   AVG                                                                                w   L 1  Pet.
 1.   R an Equale Connectlcul                                                                     1.   John Graham& Lake Superior St                       SO   7 360                10   1.67     1 CaloradoCol                                                             12  0 3 .m
 2    &is Dwy ‘      Barton u.                    ::      1:                                      2    Oaryl Chamberlain, Army                             SO 13  764                23   161      2 BostonU                        .._................................_... 12   1 1 ,893
 3    Eric Perrln.\Iermant                        JR      12                                      3.   Judd Lambert. Colorado Cal                                                    12   1.97     3 Osnver..              .._.................................... .._...13      2 1 ,844
 4.   Manln St. Lauls. Vermont                    JR      11
 5.   Brlan Bonln, Mlnnasott...                  .SR                                              4.   Man Magllardlfl, Western Mlch                       :: 1:  i!i                32   219      4 Army.                                                                   11  2 1 a21
                                                          16                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          lndivfdual          Highs
 6.   Peter Gsronazzo. Colorado Cal               SR      15                                      5    J.J Doherty, Connactuut                             JR   4 209                 8   2.30     5 Vermont                                                                   9 2 1 ,792
 7    Jay Pandolfo. Boston U.                     SR      14                                      6.   Tim Thomas. Vermont                                 JR 12  732                29   2.38     6 Minnesota.      ..              ......... ......... ............. .12       3 1 ,781                                                              hints:E.            Mike Hall. Ming                 Green       vx. Alas. hlrbanks.
 8.   Todd White. Clarltson ,....,.               JR      13                                      7.   Martin Legault. Merrimack.. ................. JR       10  61.9               26   2.52     7 Mains                                                                   13  3 3 ,763                                                            Nov.23.
                                                                                                  a    Oan Branzavich, Colgate.. ......................... SO   9 543                23   2.54
                         Minnasota...            SO       16                                                                                                                                       8. Connecticut                 .._......................................... 6 2 0 ,750
                                                                                                  9.   Marty Turco. Mlctvgan                               so 15  a38                36   2.58                                                                                                                                                           Gods:        5. Eric He&y.           Rensselaer         vs. Air Force. Nov. 18.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   8. Lake Suoerlor St.                                                      12  4 0 ,750
                                                                                                 10.   Dan Murphy, Clarkson.. .....................        SO 13  790                34   258
12.   Cohn Schmidt, Colorado Cal                                                                                                                                                                   8. Minn.-O~luth.. .................................................... .13    4 1 ,750                                                               Asslrb:   5. Chnr DeProfio. Colgate vs.Yale. Dec. 2; Mike
                                                                                                 11    Steve D&s, Minnesota .......................... SO       9 522                23   2.64
12.   Jamrs Venena, Connecticut                   :i      l47                                                                                                                                      8 WesternMich.. .................................................. .12        4 0 ,750
14.   Rob Bonnsau, Massachusetts                  JR      13                                     12.   Jefl Mom. Mmnssota.. .......                        SR   a 444                20   2.70                                                                                                                                                       Halt, Bosllng Green vs.Alas. Fairbanks, Nav. 23; Bryan
                                                                                                 13    Ryan Bach, Colorado Cal.. ........................ JR                                      12 MichiganSt.. ..................................................... .14      5 0 ,737
15    Ksvin Hittan, Mlchlgan                      SR      15                                                                                                    9 550                25   273                                                                                                                                                        Richardson. Rensselaer vr.Aw Force. Nov. 18;Jasan Gud-
                                                                                                 14.   Chad Alban. Michigan St                             so ia 1028                48   2.80    13 Michigan ........................................................... 11     4 0 ,733
15.   J. C. Ruld.Vermont                          JR      12
17.   Randy Robdallle. Misml (Ohio)                FR     15                                     15.   Dan Oennls.   Prowdence  ..............          “.JR  13  761                36   284     14 Providence.. ....................................................... 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                  15 Clarkson. ........................................................... 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 3 2 ,714                                                            mundson.         Colorado         Cal. vs. Northern              Mrhlgan.        Nov. 17.
18.   Cody Bowtell. Alas Fairbanks                JR      14                                     16    Sinuhs Wallinheimo, Denver ................. SR        13  752                36   2.67                                                                                   3 2 ,692
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Gorlie        SaveezSO. Marc Magliardi.Western                          Michigan VI
16    Shawn Bates. Boston U                       :I      14                                     17.   Blarr Alboon, Maine                                 SR 15  956                47   2.95    16 Bowling Green. ............................................... .9           5 1 ,633
20.   Erlan Jardlne. Brown                                  9                                    18.   Taras Lendzyk. Mlrm-Duluth. ............                   a52                42   2%      16 Mass:Lowell.. ...................................................... .Jl    4 3 ,633                                                            Bowling       Green. Nov. 18.
                                                                                                                                                           SR 15
                                                                                                 19    Mark Northup, Connecticut.. ..................... FR     5 242                12   298     18. Massachusens.. ................................................... .7      6 0 ,538                                                                                              TEAM          HIGHS
                                     GOALS PER GAME
                                                                   CL         G   GLS     AVG    20    Dawd Wenlnger, Michigan Tech.. .............. FR         9 437                22   3.02    Current unbeaten streak (record durmp streak)’ Colorado Col 15 (12-O-3).
 1.   Ryan Equale. Connscticut                                     SR         6                                                                                                                   Clarkoon 10 (6-O-2). Boston U 9 (6-O-l). Maine 9 (8-0-l). Denvsr 8 (7-O-l).                                                                            Scorln~          15. Connecticut             vs.Villanovz.          Nov. 24.
 2    Jay Pandolfo, Boston U.                                      ;$               1;    1;:                          GOALIE WINNING PERCENTAGE                                                  Mumesota 7 (7-O-O). Mum -Duluth 6 (5-O-l)
 3.   Peter Geronazzo, Colorado Cot                                          ii     16    1.07                                                                  CL w           L     T      PC1
 4    Oavld Valberss. Alas. Anchoraae                              JR        17     17    1 DO    1 Mlchel Larocqus, Boston U. ._....................... FR         5          0     0    1.000                                       POWER-PLAY PERCENTAGE
 4    Codv Bowtall. Alas FaIrbanks y                               JR        14     14    1.00    1 John Graham& Lake Suoenor St                                SO  5          0     0    1.000                                                                            PP GLS                                   PP ASTS         PCT
 4.   Chris Oru Boston U                           ............. SD          14     14    1.00                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SCORING OFFENSE
                                                                                                  3. Judd Lambert. Colorado Col                                 JR  5          0     1     ,917     1.    Bosron U.. ......................................................... .35                                      107        ,327
 4    Saan Talla7 re. Lab Superior St.. .................... ..S R           1;                   4 Ryan Bach. Colorado Cal........................             JR  7          0     2      a89
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       G       W-L-T     GLS      AVG
 4.   J.C. Ruld. Vermont .......                                                    1;    1.:                                                                                                      2.     Colorado Cal.. ...................... .... ............                33                                     101         327       1    Connecticut.                                                        a        6-2-O     51      6.38
 9.   Mike Psluso. Mum -Duluth                    .......... ..i             ia     17    0.94    5 Tom Nobla, Boston U ._................................. SO      7          1     1      633    3.     Connecticut.. ........... .................... ...... ...             .15                                      46        ,313       2    Boston U                                                           14       12-1-l     89      6.36
10.   Rob Bonnsau. Marsachusshs ..............                      JR       13     12    0 92    6 Oaryl Chambarlaln, Army.                                    SD 10          2     1     .a08    4.     Mlaml (Ohlo)                                                           21                                      71         2%        3.   Colorado Cal                                                       15       12-O-3     86      5.73
11    Russ Gurlor. Providsnca                                       JR       14     12    0.86    7. Ian Perkms. Alas Fairbanks                                SR   4          1     0     ,800     5     Cornell                                                                19                                      68        ,279       4.   Army                                                               14       11-2-l     70      5w
12    Todd Whlte. Cl&son ...................................... JR           13                   8. Sinuhe Walllnhelmo. Denver                                 SR  9          2     1      792    6      Dsnvsr                  .... ..................................... 20                                                               5    Mmnasota                                                                    12-3-l     76      4.75
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         77        ,260
                       St. Lawrence ................               SR        13     11    I:      B TlmThomas.Vermont                                           JR  9          2     1      792                                                                                                                                               6    Michigan                                                         1:         11-4-O     71      4.73
                                                .......                             16    0.64                                                                                                      7     Rsnsselasr ...................................................... .25                                         100        ,250
                                                                   SO        19                  10 Jeff Mow. Minnasota                                         SR  5          1     1      786                                                                                                                                               7    Lake Supnrior St. _...                                 I..:.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .._.. _..__... :..:.16            12-4-D     70      4.38
      Brad Konlk, Harvar ......................................... SR        11      9    082                                                                                                      8.     Minnesota.. ....................................................... .19                                        77        ,247
                                                                                                 11. Steve DeBus. Mmnesota                                      so  7          2     0     ,778                                                                                                                                               8.   Mars.-Lowell                                                     15          a-4-3     64      4.27
                                                                                                                                                                                                   9.     Mass.-Lowell.. ................................................... .23                                         94        ,245
                               ASSISYS PER GAME                                                  12. J.J. Doherry, Connecticut                                  JR  3          1     0      760                                                                                                                                               9.   Mlchlgan St.                                                     19         14-5-O     81      4.26
                                                                                                 12 Mark Northup. Connecticut                                                                     10.     Army.. .............................................................. .24                                     100         240
                                                                  CL          G   ASTS    AVG                                                                   FR  3          1     0      750                                                                                                                                              10.   Clarkoon         .._..                              .._.         13          U-3-2     55      423
                                                                                                 12. Tans Lendzyk. Minn -0uluth                                    10          3     1     ,750   11.     Mlchlaan ........................................................... 25                                       106         236
 1.   Martin St. Louls, Vermont                                   JR         11     20    i a2                                                             . ..SR                                                                                                                                                                            11.   Massachusetts                                                    13          7-6-O     55      423
                                                                                    11    1.57   12. Dan Oennls. Providence        .._..._........              JR  8          2     2     ,750   12.     Alas. FaIrbanks                ._...._..._....                         21                                      93         226      12.   Oaover                                                           16         13-2-l     67      419
 2.   Jamle Venerla, Connsctlcut ._...                            so
 3.   Eric Perrln. Vermont                                        JR         1:     17    1.42   16 Marty Turco. Michigan __.......                             SO 11          4     0     ,733   13.     Bovdlng Green                     .._. .._...           _..._ ._.. 23                                         102         225      13    Rsnsselaar                                                   . ..13          4-a-l     54      4.15
 4.   Ksvln Hlkon. Mlchloan ._..._................................SR         15     20    1 33   16. Marc Maglrarddi. Western t&h                             ..FR 11          4     0     ,733   14.     Provldence                                                             17                                      77         221      14    Mains                                                            19         13-3-3     77      4.05
 5    B an RIchardson. Rensselaer                                 SR                      1.31   18. Chad Alban. Mlchlgan St .._........... .._ .._             so 13          5     0      722   15.     Maine ._.._......._...             .._                                 32                                     147         218
 6.   M71; Crowley. Mlnnssota
          e                                                       SD                      1.25   19 Blair Allison, Maine... .._.._............................SR   10          3     3            16.     Northeastern ._...                                                     21                                      97         216                                              SCORINQ OEFENSE
 7.   Chris Drury. Boston U                                                               1.21                                                                                                    17.     Alas. Anchorage.                                                                                              108         213                                                                                  G     W-L-T     GLS      AVG
 8    Scan Swanson, Colondo Col.                                  s:                      1 20   20. Dan Murphy, Clatison                                 . .  a          3     2     ,692
                                                                                          1 19                                                                                                    la.     Mlnn.-Duluth..                                                         ii                                     113         204      1.    Army      .._..................................................... 14       11-2-l     28      2.w
 9    Erlan Bonln, Minnesota     .._.......................       SR
10    Colin Schmidt Colorado Cal.                                 SR                      1.14                                   GAME WtNNlNG QOALS                                               19.     St. Cloud St                  ..__..._..._...  ..:...:. ..__.:         19                                      94         202      2.    Western Mlch                                                         16     12-4-O     34      2.13
11.   Oan Trebll. Minnesota                                       SR                      113                                                                                  CL   GLS GWG       20.     New Hampshire                         .._........                      19                                      95         200      3     Vermont                         .._..._........                    ..12      9-2-l     29      2.42
12.   Derek ladouceur. St Law&a                                   SD         11           1.0s    1    Sean Tallairs. Lake Superior St.                                       SR     16   6                                                                                                                                                  4     Colorado Col                                                         15     12-D-3     37      2.47
13    Pat Witllams. Alas. Fairbanks                             ..JR                      1W      2.   Steve Ferranb Mrchrgan St                                             ..JR    19   5                              PENALN-KILLING PERCENTAGE                                                                                           5.    Colgate _.......................................................... 11       6-3-Z     26      2.55
13.   Jon Coleman, Boston U.                                                 1:                   3    Pster Gsronnzo, Colorado Cal.                                          SR     15   4                                                                                                                                                  6     Denver .._..._.................................................. 16         13-2-l     41      2.56
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    PP GLS          PP ATrS        PCT
13.   Bob Lachanca Boston U                                                  13           1.:     3.   Erlan Eorun. Minnesota                                                 SR     16   4                                                                                                                                                  7.    Mlchlgan                                                             15     114-O      39      2.60
13.   Mike Harder, Colgate                             .... ..J R            11     11    1.00                                                                                                     1 Connecticut                                                                                                4        52        ,923
                                                                                                  5.   13 players tied                                                                    3                                                                                                                                                  8.    Clarkson                                                             13      6-3-2     34      262
13    leeder Wynna, North Oak ......................... SR                   17     17    1w                                                                                                       2 Dsnver                                                                                                   .lO       101         901      9.    Maine                                                     ._.        19     13-3-3     50      263
                                                                                                                                                                                                   3. Western Mich                                                                                             12       109         890     10     Lake Supenor St                                                      16     12-4-O     43      2.69
                                 SAVE PERCENTAGE                                                                                 SHORT-HANDED GOALS                                                4. Rensselaer                                                                                               13       101         871     11.    Connecticut                                                           a      6-2-O     22      2.75
                                                            CL MINS                       PC1                                                                                              SHG     5. Maw..                                                                                                    16       114        ,860     12.    Mlchloan St                                                          19     14-5-O     53      2.79
 1.   John Grahame, Lake Superior St.                       SO                            ,939    1. Jay Pandollo. Boston U.. ...................                       ::          1:       5
 2.   Marc Maglrarddl. Wsntsrn Mich ............. FR                                                                                                                                               6. Harvard                                                                                                   9        62        .a55     13.    Mutn&ota                     .._............                         16     12-3-l     45      281
                                                                  13                       926    2 Tom Holmss, Harvard.. .......................................... .SR            11       3
 3    Daryl Chambsrlain, Army.. ... .................. ;;                                  927                                                                                                     7 Brown                                                                                                     11        75        ,853     14     Mann -Duluth                                                         18     13-4-l     55      306
                                                                                                  2 Bates Battagha, Laks Superior St .......................... SO                  16       3                                                                                                                                              15     Boston U
 4.   Tim Thomas, Vermont                                         1;               370    ,922                                                                                                     8. Laks Superior St.                                                                                        16       109         653                                                                                 14     12-l-l     43      307
                                                                   *                              2. Tony Frennette. Mame                                      ....... .SR          la       3
 5    J J Doherty. Connecticut.. ...................... JR                                 918                                                                                                     9. Ferris Sf.                                                                                               16       105         a48
 6    Judd LambaR. Colorado Col.. ................. JR                             1::     915    2. John Madden, Michigan.                                             JR          13       3                                                                                                                                                                                          SCORING MARGIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                  10. Alas. Anchorage                                                                                          15        98         a47
 7.   Dan Brenzavlch. Colgate                               SD           i         270    ,915    2 Jsremv Brown. Western Mlch. ................
                                                                                                  7 15 pIa& tied ._.................................................
                                                                                                                                                                        SR          16       3
                                                                                                                                                                                             2    11. Clarkoon                                                                                                 16       103        .a45                                                        G  GF                 AVG         GA     AVG      MARG
 6    Dan Murphy, Clarkson ............................ SO        13               392     913                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1 Connscticut                                    8  51                 6.38        22     2.75      3.63
 9    Trevor Kosnlg. Union N.Y) ................ SD                a               318    ,912                                                                                                    12 Ohlo St                                                                                                   12        73        ,836
                                                                                                                                                                                                  13 Army.                                                                                                                                    2.BostonU                                       14  69                 6.36        43     3.07      3.29
10.   Slnuhe Walllnhelmo. 6 enver ....                      SR                     3.93    906                                     POWER-PLAY OOALS                                                                                                                                                          ..15        91         a35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              3. Colorado Col                                 15  86                 573         37     247       3 27
11    Steve DeBus. Mmnasota            ... .............                           244    ,906                                                                         CL            G     PPG    13. Minnesota                                                                                                15        91         a35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              4 Army                                          14  70                 5.00        28     2.~)      3.00
12.   Tans Lendzyk. Mlnn.-Duluth ..........                 ii                     430            1    Oawd Vallleres. Alas Anchorage                                 JR            17      10    15. Mlnn.-Duluth                                                                                             17        96        .a23
13.   Dan Oennio. Prowdanca                   ...... .... ..J R                    357    .E      1.   Cody Bowtell. Alas FaIrbanks                                 ..JR            14      10    16 Colorado Cal .._... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14          79        ,623
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              5. Michipan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              6. Minnesota
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  t 94
14.   Tom Askey. Ohlo St.. ............................... SR                      207    .a99
                                                                                                  1.   Peter Geronauo, Colorado Col                                   SR            15      10    17. Union (N.Y.)                                                                                             13        73         822       7 Western Mich                                  16  62                 3.88        34     2.13        75
15.   Jeff Mow. Minnesota                  ................ SR                     191    .a95
16    David Wenln er. Michigan Tech.. ............ FR                              208     a94    1.   Mike Peluso. Mlnn.-Duluth                                      so            la      10    18. Mlchlgan                                                                                                 15        83         al9       8 Laka Superior St                              16  70                 4.36        43     2.69
17.   Trlpp Tracy, I! ward ...............                  SR                     231    ,892    5.   Nell Donovan. Mass.-Lowell                                      JR           15       7    19 Mrchlgan S1                                                                                               19       105        .a19       9.Oenver      .._....                           16  67                 419         41     256         ::
18.   Todd Reynolds, Northeastern.. ............. SR                               184    .a91    6.   Nine playen tled                                                                      6    20. Boston U.      .._................................................ 16                                              97         614      10 Clarltson                                     13  55                 4.23        34     2.62        62

>      Continued              from page I                                                                                         by the Council that would permit an institution sponsoring non-                                                                                                             would permit a Division I-A football graduate assistant coach to
                                                                                                                                  scholarship football or that offers fewer than 20 percent of the                                                                                                            make telephone calls to prospective student-athletes. The pro-
Association’ general fund. The Executive Committee, however,                                                                      maximum allowable number of scholarships in the sport to obtain                                                                                                             vision is designed to aid in the professional development of
opposes the proposal.                                                                                                             a waiver of football scheduling requirements if fewer than six                                                                                                              coaches.
    n A resolution instructing the Executive Committee to direct                                                                  similar Division II programs are located within 500 miles of that
the development of an automatic-qualification       and play-in sys-                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                  institution’ campus.
tem for the Division I Women’ Soccer Championship. The three                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                     The proposal’ purpose is to help such institutions maintain                                                                                                                  Following is a summary of the 16 proposals - as well as
conferences sponsoring the resolution cite a dramatic growth in                                                                   football programs by cutting travel and maintenance expenses.                                                                                                                accompanying amendments-to-amendments          - in the cham-
sponsorship of the sport and the lack of a championship selec-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 pionships/bowl   games, general and personnel groupings. The
tion system comparable to the one used in Division 1 men’ soc-s                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                summary indicates sponsors of the proposals, positions (if any)
cer as justifications for the action.                                                                                                 The personnel grouping of legislation is small, but two of the                                                                                                           taken by the Council and Presidents Commission, actions result-
    The grouping also features a proposal pertaining to bowl                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                   grouping’ three proposals have prompted sponsorship of                                                                                                                      ing from committee review of a proposal (if any), and the busi-
games.                                                                                                                             amendments-to-amendments.                                                                                                                                                   ness session in which a proposal will be acted upon.
    The proposal by Division I-A institutions would permit schools                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                      One of the pn>posals features the Council’ recommendations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Championships/bowl                              games
to play one Division I-AA football opponent and count a victo-                                                                     for coaching limitations in Division I for the emerging women’         s
ry in that game toward the six victories currently required against                                                                spox~ of archery, badminton, bowling, crew, ice hockey, squash,                                                                                                                  No.   84: l+,tal~lirh       Collegiate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ;1 NauonaJ       Women’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  s   Crew Championship. Spon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               sored hy the Council and nine Division I members. Executive Committee posi-
Division I-A opponents to become eligible for a bowl game. The                                                                     synchronized s\nmming, team handball and water polo. The                                                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               tion: Suppon Comminee on Women’ Athletics position: Suppott Cenenl husi-
proposal would require that the Division I-AA opponent aver-                                                                       proposal would set limits of two head or assistant coaches in all                                                                                                           ness session; all divisions voting.
age at least the equivalent of 60 football grants-in-aid during the                                                                of the sports except crew, which would be permitted three coach-                                                                                                               No. 85: Permit a National Collegiate championshlp or a division championship
three years before the contest                                                                                                     es.                                                                                                                                                                         that has been sponsored for 10 years or longer to continue, regardless of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               number of sponsonng institutions. Sponsored           by 13 member institutions.
    The sponsoring institutions say that conference atEliation and                                                                    The proposal also would establish maximum-contest             limita-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Execuove Committee position: Oppose. Opposed by the Council and Presidents
bowl agreements have reduced concerns about quality of com-                                                                        tions and playing and practice seasons in all divisions for those                                                                                                           Gxmnission. General business session; all divisions voting.
petition for bowl qualification, and note that Division I-AA pro-                                                                  sports.                                                                                                                                                                        No. 86: Enend the moratorium on the diwontinuation of any NCAA cham-
pd)nS   have suffered financially from a reduction in opportuni-                                                                       The amendmentsto-amendment         all are sponsored by the Ivy                                                                                                         pionship through 1998-99. Sponsored by 17 member institutions. Executive
ties to play Division I-A opponents. The NUA Special Events                                                                        Group and would alter details of the limitations pcrtdiktg             to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Chnmit&ee position: Suppott with conditions. Opposed hy the Gmncil and Presi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               dents Commission. General business session: all diwsions voting.
Committee - which originally proposed the six-victory require-                                                                     crew, or rowing. The amendments include a measure that would                                                                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  No. 87: Create a protected starus tn continue all men’ and women’ NCAA   s
ment - opposes the measure.                                                                                                        permit two additional coaching s&members           at institutions that                                                                                                     championships in Olympic sports. Sponsored by 14 member institutionr. Execu-
                                                                                                                                   sponsor both lightweight and heavyweight crew.                                                                                                                              tive Committee position: Oppose. Opposed by the Council and Preudents horn
Central                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        mission. General business session; all divisions voting.
                                                                                                                                       The other proposal that produced an amendment-to-amend-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  No. 88: Establish a moratorium on any reduction in the size of championship
  The general grouping of legislation consists mostly of pro-                                                                      ment is one by Division I-A institutions that would alter the lim-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           s               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               fields for all NCAA men’ and women’ National Collegiate championships
posals to create or change the membership of NCAA sports corn-                                                                     it on football graduate assistant coaches in that subdivision.                                                                                                              Lbrough the l99t%B academicyear. Sponsored by 13 member institutions. Execu-
mittees.                                                                                                                              Those institutions initially proposed increasing the limit from                                                                                                          tive Comminee position: Oppose. Opposed by the Council. General business ses
   The proposals would:                                                                                                            two to three, provided that at least two of those graduate assis-                                                                                                           sion; all divisions voting.
                                                                                                                                   tants are ethnic minorities. That proposal won support from the                                                                                                                No. 89: Permit the Executive Comminee to apportion and disbibute net re-
   H Create an NCAA Women’ Softball Rules Committee.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ceipcsderived from NCAA championships in emerging sports and sports that are
   H Increase the size of the NCAA Division I-AA Football                                                                          NCAA Minority Opportunities and Interests Committee, which                                                                                                                  m danger of having less than the minimum number of sponsoring institutions
Committee from four to eight members. One of two proposals                                                                         last year helped defeat a proposal that would have permitted                                                                                                                directly to institutions that sponsor those spotts. Sponsored by eight member
seeking the increase also would base committee representation                                                                      such an increase if one of the three assistant is a minority.                                                                                                               institutions. Exe~utivr Committee position: Oppose. General business session;
on whether a Division I-AA conference has automaticqualifi-                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                       This sponsors of this year’ proposal, however, subsequently                                                                                                             all divisions voting.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  No. 90: Permit a Division I-A institution to count one victory against a Division
cation status for the Division I-AA Football Championship. The                                                                     offered an amendment-to-amendment            that would change the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I-AA opponent toward the minimum of six wins necessaryU, qualify for a post-
NCAA Executive Committee supports increasing the size of the                                                                       minority-coach requirement from two of three to one of three                                                                                                                season bowl game. provided the Division I-AA opponent has awarded an aver-
comtniaee but prefers to retain the current representation scheme                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                   ~ identical to last year’ proposal. The Minority Opportunities                                                                                                              age of at least 60 financial aid equivalencies in football during the preceding
based on Division I-AA football regions.                                                                                           and Interests Committee opposes the amendment-to-amend-                                                                                                                     three academic years. Sponsored by 11 Division IA memhem. Special Events
   n Increase the size of the NCAA Division II Women’ Softball
                                                         s                                                                         ment, and the Council recentlyjoined       in that opposition.                                                                                                              Committee position: Oppose. Division I-A business session.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  No. 91: A resolution instructing the Executive Gzmmiuee to direct the Division
Committee from six to eight members.                                                                                                   The only other proposal in the personnel grouping is a pro-
   The grouping also features a Division II proposal sponsored                                                                     posal cosponsored by the Council and member institutions that                                                                                                                                                                                               See Proposals,                         page I6       l
 December              18, I995                                                                                                      The NCAA News                                                                                                                                                             Page I5

 n NCAA                                                        Record
              OF ATHLETICS
    Kevin Rochlih,  assistant marketing                  di-         Whalen named senior woman administrator                                                                           Januaty       2-4                        National Youth Spotlb Program
                                                                               Whalen has been selected as associate
                COACHES                                                                                                                                                                January 4                                Adminisu-auvr (:ornmittrr                                          Dallas
                                                                     director of athletics at New Orleans, where she
   Baseball assistants-Scott   Dryer, a fiir-                                                                                                                                          Jatruaty      4-5                         rofcabiottal Spotis Liaison Comtnittcc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                l’                                                                 N&tviIlr
                                                                     becomes senior woman administrator.
 mer pduarr    .*55151a111 Kxnsas, selected
                           at                                                                                                                                                                                                      Sutntncr Baseball Sdxomminer
 as assistant coat h al Southen Mississippi.                           Whalen, who currently serves as curriculum                                                                      January       5                          Spcci,tl Events (ixnminer
 Ilc replaced Marty Lamb, who resi~ncd to                                               cal education in&n&or at                                                                       January       5-6                        Council
 become amnta,lt at Texas Trch. Dwyer will                                                 in New O&m, will sue-                                                                       January       6                          Special Corntntttcc              to Study Division        II
 bc responstblr tar intirldcrr, baserunners
                                                                                           senior woman adminis-                                                                                                                    Athletic> Crrttfic ation
 and rectuttxtg...Matt   Waddell named un-
 dergraduatc assistant baskethall coach at                                          contmli*e to,serve ae head ath-                                                                    January       6                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                l)ivi&n II M m ’ Rasketball Committee                              Dallas
                                                                    ietics nainer,                 ..
 Purdue.                                                                                                                                                                               January       Ii                         At adrmic Requircmrnts Cotnmittcr                                  Ddl~lS
    Men’ basketball-Bill                s
                              Self, m m ’ bas-                         Al     Tows& State graduate, Whalen played                                                                      Januaty       &7                         Shtdrnt-Athletr           Advisory       Committee                 Dallas
 ketball coach at 0t-d Roberts, signed a con-                       four yeirs of field hockey and three years of      w                                                               January       7                          Presidents Cotntnt~ston                                            Dallas
 ttat I rxtrnsion through the 1998-59 sea~~i.
                                                                    lacrosse at t&e sckmol.‘ captained the @elc#. :                                                                    J;lrlrraIy 7                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Divt.rtott I Men’ Rasketbalt Committee                             1xi1tas
    Hen’        basketball       assistant-Donald
 Smutko htrrd as assistant men’ basketball
                                                                    hockey team her senior year qxl recelve&tlie                                                                       Januat,.      7                          (:hief      Executive         Officera   Forum                     Dallas

 coach at Drew.                                                            s
                                                                    school’ QzMen Athletic Award for in-season academic excellence                                                     Jattuav      f-10                        NCAA        (:~~IV~IIII~I~                                         Dallas
   Women’   s      basketball      assistant-Leslie                 four times.                                                                                                        ~January IO                              (:ottnril                                                          rlallas
 Pottinger,                 ~
            ;tssirtant womcn’ I,,tbke~ltall                                                                       s
                                                                        Whalen will oversee New Orleans’ women’ athletics program,
coach at Nonhrrn Illinois. x-lrc trd as its-
                                                                    including scheduling, supervision and evaluation of coaches, and
sistant basketball and golt coach ar St.                                                                                                                                               of the new cottli-rctu    antI olttrr mcmhrr’  i                            Collcgc      <>otl>aII Awards
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I’                       Show Jlrccntt,c~~
Jo~rph’ (Indiana)
       ~                                                                                                       s             s
                                                                    coordination of fund-raising for the school’ seven women’ inter-                                                   have not hcctt tle1etrntnrc1       Next season,                             7. Rat~ticn’ tram titiihtted
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              s                lttc rrgular sea-
    Football-Joe         Raymond           Peace,     hcxi          collegiate teams.                                                                                                  the school wtll t ornpctr as an ittdepcttdcnt.                              \ott wl(tt a 10-l record and will play trt the
                            ltirlt sitrt e 1!XiX,
football coach at Louisiana ‘                                                                                                                                                                      DIRECTORY             CHANGES                                   Kox UowI ab Big Ten Confercncc          chatrt~
dismissed. Offrnsivc coordmalor Gary                                                                                                                                                      Active - Alaluttta A&M linivcrsiry: Jc-                                  pion...DannyWuerfFel, quarterback at Flot~.
                                                                  Women’          softball-Michele         Carron       assistaut marketing        director     at Frestto State.
Crowton, Raytnottd’ but ( cssor as hrad                                                                                                                                                romc       Fitch    (Intrnm      AI));      Alabama         State           ~&a, chosen to receive rhc I)avry O‘    Ilnrt~
                                                               hired as softball coach at Urockpo’ Starr                hired as assistant athletics direc~or/mar-
co&t,    bigned a Iivr~yrar rontract...Rich                                                                                                                                            Univrrbity:         Attchra       K. Pent (SWA) ~
                                                                  Men’ tennis
                                                                      s           assistan-Adam             Gtyn-       krting at Utah State.                                                                                                                      Award ah the hop quarterhack       in rollcyt
Ellerson, asststant head coach, defensive                                                                                                                                              Asststant Director  of Athletic>, 3?l/22!#-
                                                               berg and Alex Kaltsas selected            as men’ s        Sports       information    assistant-Bryan                                                                                              football...Terry Glenn, rrt ctvcr at Ohio
Itnc coach and special-teams coordittator at                                                                                                                                           4.519. IGstmm Connecticut  State IJtrtvrnity:
Anlona. srlccrrd as head coach at Souhrrtt                     tennis assistants at Stony Brook.                        McGowan,        a graduate assishnt in the sports                                                                                          S~atr. won the Fred BilcrnikoII     Award :ts
                                                                                                                                                                                       New area code is X60; Mtssouti Western
IJ(ah. HP succeeds Jack Bishop, who will                           Women’
                                                                        s   tennis assistant-Nell              Ro-      infonttauott office al Southeast Missouti                                                                                                  host rollrgtatr rrcriver...Nonhwcstcrti line-
                                                                                                                                                                                       State College: Name correction (AD) -
                                                               wan Lee hired as assistant roach           at Stony                                        s
                                                                                                                        Slate, tlarrtrd ;+Gstant women’ sports infor-                                                                                              hacker Pat Fitzgerald WOTI ttw new Chuck
concentt~ate on duties as rhr st hool’ ath-                                                                                                                                            Don Kavrrmart: Pfciffrr College: Maty Ann
letics dircctor..Soh Sutton, who has cotn-                     Ilrrmk                                                   mation director at Southern Illinois. He rem                                                                                               Rrdnarik Award as d&n&r         playrr of thr
                                                                                                                                                                                       Sunhnry (SWA) - Asbistant Diret1ot ot
piled a 24-:10-l ret or11 in fivr years at Army,                  Men’ and women’
                                                                       s          s  track and field-                   placed Chris Pagliuca, who wa.\ named SID                                                                                                  yrar..Jonathan Ogden, a senior al U(XA
                                                                                                                                                                                       Athletics for Compliant e. 704/46:1-l XXI:
ret rtved  a twrtycar contract rxtcnsion                       Leonard Braxton, trx k c oath al Arizona                 at Western Illinoib.                                                                                                                       teccived the Outlat~d            Trophy as the tta-
                                                                                                                                                                                       Tufts Llnivcrstty.      James (GIascr (F) - Assis-
. ..Stmnp Mitchell named interim foott,aIl                     Sralc, resigned                                             Strength  and conditioning  assistit-                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tion’   best interior           littrtnar,...Thc Jim
                                                                                                                                                                                       tatlt Profesborot       Political Science, fi17/ta7-
coach at Morgan         State.                                    Women’  s     volleyball-Holly    Barhum SC-          Kyle Feldman, awstant strength and condi-
                                                                                                                                                                                       Yltis.                                                                      Thorpr Award for best dcfet&e hat k was
    Football  assistants-Mississippi     State                 lecred as women’ volleyball coach at Car-
                                                                                    >                                   tioning coach at Notthem Colondo bitt<c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   prescn~cd to GregMyers   of Colotxlo Stair.
toottraIl assistants Bill Clay and Bruce Ari-                  bon-Nrwrrlarl...Conie        Bandy Hedge, head           1994, appointed a, an a&&tot a( Oregon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mycta, who also n-turns kicks, aho won the
ans re*i~ned...Cnl~:arc appointctl the fol-                    t o:trh and athletics director at Dubuque, rt-
                                                                                                                                                                                       Notables                                                                    Honda      Scholar-Atttlrlr        Award    after cotn-
lowing as~t~t.tttlb: Fred Dunlap, offrnsive                    signed from t oaching duties but will rc-
                                                                                                                           The Midwestern Collegiate               Cottferrttt   e                                                                                 piling a 3.700 grade-point avrragr in prr-
c oordma~or- :mcI quanrrhx ks attcl wide re-                   malfk as AI). Randy Dolson succeeds Hedge                                                                                   hrrc Minnesota coaches belet letI as as-
                                                                                                                        announced     the following appottt~rrtrnts:                                                                                               ~wdi~~inc...Chri    Palmer, il ~IIIOI WI~C or-
c cwcrs coach: Ed Pinkham, dcfen>ive co-                       as volleyixtll coach...Metja   Connolly, assis-                                                                         sistant coachcb tar va~xms national teams.
                                                                                                                        Shelley Btysott, offit c manager. promoted                                                                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   c~tvrr at St..Jolm’ (New York), rcceivrd t ttr
ordinauw and sccondaty coaclr; Dave Dug-                       tdnt at UC Itvmr to, thr past two years, cl-                                                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                       Roy Griak, heat1 men’ cross cout11t-y
                                                               evated lo head coach. She replaced Mike                  to asststant to the commissioner; Julie                                                                                                    C;agliardi Trophy             as the lop player in
gan, linebackers coach: Marty Fine, offen-                                                                                                                                             coach, was chosen as assistant coach for the
sive line coach; Ed Argast, drtrnsivr line                     Purih,     who retired after 16 years a> the             Cramer, adtninisttative tntern. protnotrd to                   1 Jnitcd    St.ttca tcatn at Ihe 1997 World                      In-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Utvtbtott III frx~tl~alI...Orkndo PaceofOhic,
coach; atrtl Todd Warns,       runnittg backs                  Atrteatrts’ brad coach.                                  c0nrdinaror of rr,tvrl and sprctal services;                                                                                               Starr won the Kotaty L,otrtt~atdi Award as
                                                                                                                                                                                       door Championahtp,b ttt Pans. Gary Wilson,
coaclddike Pedone hired a( Fatrticld                                                STAFF                               and Jason Collins hired aa adttttttts~rativr                                                                                               college fottlhall‘ littrnmt, of the year. Pact,
                                                                                                                                                                                       women’ track and tic111 coach, was named
                                                                  Compliance       assistant-Amy  Saegaert,             assistant.                                                                                                                                 an offensive tackle for the Rurkeyrs, is the
      s        and women’
                        s         golf-Tom          Amis,                                                                                                                              assist;lnt coach fot~ the LJS. tcatn at the 1!995
                                                               a tncmbrr oI the Oregon State athletics                    The Western Athletic                (:onfrrcncr an-                                                                                      first sophomore to win the award.
head men‘ golf coach at Lincoln Metno-
            s                                                                                                                                                                          World Junior Nationals in Aus~mha. Lynne
                                                               staff in a temporary role, hired as compli-              nounced the rettrement                ot John Adams,
                    h              s
rial, also ~111t <~a( the new women’ team                                                                                                                                              Anderson,      s              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                   men’ and women’ assistanr
                                                               ance abststant there.                                    coordinator OI football oflit ials. Adams is
at the school (:ompetition will begin dur-                                                                                                                                             track and field coach, appointed    assishnt
ing the, 19!&07 atxlrmic year.                                    Eligibility  Coordinator-Alex            Parker
                                                                                                                        secretary-rules editor of the NCAA Foothall
                                                                                                                        Rules Committee.
                                                                                                                                                                                       coach - specializing in throwing event- ~                                   Deaths
   Women’ s     golf assistant-Leslie                Pott-     selected as eltgibility coordinator     at Oregon                                                                       tar the I997 World Outdoor       Chatttpionu
                                                               State after serving in a similar       capacity at                                                                      6hp5 in Greet e.                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Michael Taylor, ass&ant men’ baskcr-
inger, assistant wotnen‘ basketball                 coach
                                                               Ohio State.                                                                                                                                                                                         halt coach at Cornell, was found dead at his
at Northern Illinois, selected as assistant
txasketball and golf coach at St. Joseph’s                        Marketing   and pmmotions    director-
                                                                                                                        Etc.                                                              Eddie      George,         running
                                                                                                                                                                                       State, received the Maxwell Award as col-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    back      at Ohio
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   home December 7. The county medical ex-
(Indiana).                                                     Lisa Jorissen,   former  assistant director                         CONFERENCE            MEMBERS                       lege football player of the year and the                                    aminrr ruled the death a suicide. Taylor. 32.
   Men’        soccer-Dave        Poggi,     tnen’ soc-
                                                 s             of marketing and promotions at Detroit,                    SL Joseph’ (Indiana) withdrew from the
                                                                                                                                   s                                                   Doak Walker Award as running back of the                                   joined the Cornell coaching staff last sea-
cer coach at Wisconsin-Green Bay, re-                          named director of athletics marketing and                Midwest Intercollegiate Football Confer-                       yrar....Gary Bamett, head coach at North                                    son.
signed after four seasons with a 40-24-11                      promotions at Towson State.                              ence and announced plans to form a new                         western, honored as College Football
record.                                                           Marketing      assistant-Kevin        Rochlitz,       Division     II conference      in 1997. The name              Coach of the Year during the Home Depot

                Division II AU-Around                          msatuaon’ finish in each of 20 rports. These
                                                                         s                                                5. Mane (12-w) _____.___.___.__ _____._
                                                                                                                                                                _.__._         57          Cal StaleIr~r AII&S. 15.Bloomshurg, 16. Elan,                             2. FIaw3ii (30-0) _.___
                 Athletics  Programs                           mrdse~on rtandirt~ ate uttofficial; o5ciaI stand-          6. Vermont (%2-l) .___.__.____                        37
                                                                                                                                                           _._.__.___.__________...........17 Columbus. IR. Northwest Missoun State, l!).                                                                                   1,344
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Stanford (27-2) __._________..................................
   Tbc Srat~ Directors’ Cup top 25 NCAA Div-                   ir,F will he published upon completion of the              7. Michigan SL (13-4)                                            C.11
                                                                                                                                                       _.__.._..__.__._____.................. Poly Pomona. 20. Quinnipiac.
                                                                                                                                                                               .‘L7                                                                                  4. Florid., (34-l)  _._ __ .._.....__.__.._____.......
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ._..                       1,273
ision II all-around athlettcs progtamr through                 fall rhampionshtps season.                                 8. Drover (I l-2- I)      __.__.._.._.._._______.....................
                                                                                                                                                                                26                        Dion       III Men’ Tennis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              s                                      5. Michigan, St- (32-2)            .._.._____..______.....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            t ,193
Drcrmher5, admtntstered by the National A~JV                                                                              9. Clarhor, (7-3-l)                                  22              The fall Rolex top 25 NCAA Division III men’     s                    6. Texas (25-6) _..__..__                              I . 167
                                                                   1. Will&or. .%I?/~: 2 IJC San Diego, 286; 3.
riation of Cotlegtate Directors of AthI&*         and                                                                                                                           20         tennts teams as selected by thr Intcr<otlegiatc
                                                                                                                         10. Western Mi< h. (I 3.3) _.._.._.._.___.__.__....................                                                                         7. UCLA (22-8)                                      ...I.087
                                                               Trcntor, State. 226: 4. Rochester, 210; 5. Wis-
based on performartrc        to d;,tc in NCAA fall                                                                                      Men’ and Women’ Rifle
                                                                                                                                             s                  s                         ‘ linnir Assoctauon:                                                       8. Ohio St (Z-7) __.._.._.._.                      .__.1.023
                                                               c onsin-Oshkosh, 2OY; 6. Washtn@on (Missouri),
men’ and womcr,‘ championships. Champioll-
      s             ~                                                                                                      Tt,e top 20 NCAA men’ and won~en‘s
                                                                                                                                                        s                    rtfle              I. UC Santa Cmz, 100; 2. Washit,@,,, (Mary-                          9. Rnn St. (27-7) .._._.__.__.__..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   _.                          951
                                                               175; 7. Ithaca, 172; 8. Conldnd St&c. 163: Y.
&hips ir,c ludrd in this ranking ate men‘ and s                                                                         trnrrn through November 2Y as hsted hy the Cc&                    land). Y6; 3. Kalamazoo, Y2; 4. Gurt~vus Adol-                           II). Arirona St. (1Ym7) .._..._............................921
                                                               fCalvm, 159; 10. Bowdoin, 1%/l. 11. Methodist.
wom~n’ crow, country. held hockey, men’ and    s                                                                        k&r       Rifle Coaches Associauon:                               phw 88: 5. (tie) Emory and Willrams, 83; 7. (tit)                                                                                   849
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1 I. Southern Cal (18-8) .._............._.._..................
                                                               126; 12. ~*cort*it,-Whiuwater.    119; 13. Spting-
        s                  s
women’ soccc,, women’ vollcyt,.ill. do11 men’        s                                                                      I. We*1 Virginia. 2. Alaska Fatrbanks, 3. Xavirt              RrdIsrda ;md ‘      trinity (‘ l&x), 79; Y. DePauw, 68;                  I2 Notre IFame (27-7) __........................................
                                                               ticld, 117~~. 14 MeGah. ll51/,: 15. Wisconstn~La                                                                            10. Binghamton, 64: I I. Pr,mona-Pttzcr.(;I); 12.
water polo. Pornts are awatdcd (11,(111. twsis of an                                                                    (Ohio). 4. Kentucky, 5. Ater Force, 6. St. John’        s                                                                                                                                              722
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   IFi SAG Diego St. (27-4) .._.....................................
                                                               Crwc. 115: 16. St. Olaf, 114’ 17. (tie) Richard                                                                            Swanhmorc, 55, I3 Claremont~Mudd~Scnpps,                                                                                             (;?!I
~nsntutton’ linistr in e-r<+, of Iii sl,orr~ I’
            s                                    hoc                                                                    (NCw York). 7. Munay State. X. Norwich, 9. (tic)                                                                                           14. Texdr A&M (23-r:)
                                                               Stockton and Willtam Smtth, 114; 19. (tie)                                                                                 52; 14. Sewanec (Univcraity of thr Sooth). 49: 15.                       15. Washm@oto”St. (22-7)                                    h07
mtdseason stand&+ .uc utm5ci~. official &mrl-                                                                           N.wy ad ‘     lc~~rw~~cc ‘l&h. 11.Jacksonvxtle State,
                                                               Amherst and Ohto Wesleyan, 111; 21. Cuatavu~                                                                                 lrenton state, 45; 16. Coe, 41; 17. Kcnyon. 34: IX.                    16. IIllnols (24-H)                                      .._555
lngs wtll he pubhshed upon c omplclirm of the                                                                            12 C,u,iaius, 13. Ul’                s
                                                                                                                                               EP, 14. King’ (Pennsylvama),
                                                               Adolphor, IlO’ 22. Cal Luthetxn, log’ 23.  /.;                                                                             Amhent. 32; 19. Hampden-Sydney, 27.20 B&-x,                                                             _...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   17. Pacific (Cal.) (21-Y) .__..__.                          522
fall champtonrhipr scdsoo                                                                                               15 Marquette. 16. Tennrrscc~Mamn. 17. MTT. 18.
                                                               ‘ tinity (Texas), 105; 24. Chapman. t02. 25.                                                                               25. 21. Wheaton (Illinots). 18; 22. Carleton, Iti,                       18. LJC Santa Barb. (2&Y)                                   494
   I Wrsterr, sutc. 126; 2. Frankhn Ptercc, 122’       /1;     Carleton, ‘  99.                                         Ohio Stite. 19. Drrqoesnc. PO. Morehead State.
                                                                                                                                                                                          23 H;,vuforrl. 14; 24. Lynchhug, 12; 25. Occi-                           19. Ornl Roberts (PY-2) .._.._.......... __                 425
3. Manbto State, 121; 4. Notthcu Misbouti S@te.                                                                                          Dim               s
                                                                                                                                                  II Men’ Tennis                          ch-r,ul. 5
                                                                              Division I Men’ Golf                                                                                                                                                                 20. Long Beach St. (24-10) _.._......._.__.           375
120,/x; 5. (UC) Htllsdale and MI.,< yt,urxt. 120: 7.                                                                       The fall Rolex top 25 NC&A Division ll mu,‘          y
                                                                  The Wilson top 25 NCAA Division I men’ golf                                                                                            D&ion III Women’ Tenniss                                                                                         27Y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   21. Ckorgia l&h (2%7) ._............._.___..............
Lewts, 117’ 8. Prc+irriar,.
              /.;                     t IS: 9. Arhland,                                                                 fennts teams as listed by lhr Intcr~ollrgiatr
                                                               teams through Dcccmbrr 6 as listed hy the Calf                                                                                  The fall Rolex top 25 NCAADtvtston             III                  22 Brigham Young (21-Y)                           __
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    .._..______.......21 I
1 IO; 10. UC D.lvis. 106: I I. Seattle Pacthc, 105’    /~;                                                              Tennts Association:                                                         b
                                                                                                                                                                                          womcn’ Icrmir trams as listed by the Intercol-                                                                                 .t 77
                                                               Co:u.hrv hsociation of America:                                                                                                                                                                     23 Loyota Marymount (24-5) .._...______ ___________
12. Kcrmr~aw State, YY; 13. Nonh Dakota State.                                                                              1. Lander, 2 North Florida 3. Koltins, 4. South               legiate Tennis Aayociation:                                              24 Northern Iowa (2Ym4)             .._._............. 134
                                                                          lennessee State, 2. Arizona State. 3.
                                                                  1. East ‘                                             Carr,lir,a-SI,dnar,t,urg.    5. Georgia College, 6.
96, 14. (tie) Adams State, Lock Haven andSouth-                                                                                                                                                1. Krnyor,. 51):2. (tic) UC San Diego and Trinity                   2% I&ho (2K5)                                            64
                                                               Oklahoma State, 4. UNLV, 5 Texas. 6. North               Bloomsburg, 7. Abilene Christian, 8. UC Da-r, !J.
em Connecucut Sratc. 64; 17. Abilcnr Christian,                                                                                                                                           (Texas). 46; 4. Washington and Lee, 45: 5 Am-                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Men’ Water Polo
                                                               Carolina, 7. Oklahoma. 8. Florida, 9. LSU, 10.
Bat‘ Bloomsburg and Central Mtssoun Stale,
     ty.                                                                                                                Northwood, 10. Barry, t 1 West Texas A&M. 12.                     hrrrt, 41; 6. Luther, 40; 7. (tie) Claremont-Mudd-                                                      r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The tinal top 25 NCAA mro’ wdter polo teams
                                                               lcxas Chnsuan, 11. Clemson. 12. Ohio Stale, 13.          ValdostaState. 13 r.*I Poty Pomona. 14. Hon. 15.
63: 21. South Carolma-Spana,,burg. 63: 2? (tie)                                                                                                                                           Scripps and Emory, 37; 9. Wittinmb. 35. 10. Gus-                        as selected by the Collrgc Wdtrr Polo Coaches
                                                               Arizona. 14 Arkansas. 15. Kent, 16. Virginia, 17.        Frxxir     Marion. 16. t:al State Los Angeles, 17.
Cal State Bakcclxficld, Quirrc y ;,nd Sonoma State,                                                                                                                                       taus Adolphus. 32: 11. MaryWa”alhirtgton, 31; 12.                       A.ssnc~atmn. wlrh points:
                                                               Tulsa. 18. New Mexico, 19. Georgia, 20 Prpper-           Norfolk State, 18. Southern Colorado,                  I9
61’ 25. Sooth Dakota State, 61.                                                                                                                                                           Colby, 2X: 13 Rt,orIr*. 25: I4 Pomona-Piuer, 24;                           I IJCIA, t2.5: 2. California. 1 l!); 3. Southcn,
                                                               dmc, 21. Southern Glifomia,    22. Stanford, 23.         August. 20. Htgh Pomt, 21 Florida Southern. 22.
                  Division III All-Around                                                                                                                                                  15. Skidmorc. ?3: th St Ma+ (lnd,ana), 20; 17.                         Catifornia. t 16: 4. IIt: hvmc. 110; 5. Peppcnlinr,
                                                               Btigt,dm Young, 24. Fresno State, 25. Houston.           Eckerd. 23. Cen@Al Oklahoma, 24. Bryant. 25.
                    Athktia,    Program                                                                                                                                                   DcPauw, 16, 1X. li,tt.*, 15: IY. (tx) Sewanee                           106; fi. SLmford. II)O: 7. Long Beach State, 95; 8
   The Scars Dirt-c~tors’ (:,,p top 25 NCAA Dtvi&                          Division I Men’ ICCHockey
                                                                                         s                              Millersvillc.                                                     (Unrvers~ty of Ihe Sou0,) and Mrredtth, 14; 41.                         UCSan Dirge. Y0. Y. Air Force. X4; 10. Pacrfic
siort 111 all-;troor,d athlcttcs programs through                 The IJSA Tr&y/Amctican      Hockey Magazme                           Division II Women’ Tennis
                                                                                                                                                            s                         Wanhtngton (Missouti). 6: 22. Methodist, 5; 23.                             (Caldornia). 78: I I UC: Santa Barhara, 73; 12
Drrcmhrr 4, admmtsteted by the Natmnal As\cp                                                s
                                                               top IO NCAA Division l men’ tee hockey teams                    Thr fall Rolex top 25 NCAADtvtsion          II         UC Santa Cruz, 4; 24 R&lar,d\. 2: 25. Carleton.                             Massachusetts, 72, I3 IIC I)avis, 68; 14. (ue)
ciation of Collegtate Dtrcctorr of Athtrtic, and               through December 4, selected rn conjunction                          s
                                                                                                                          wom~~,‘ tennis teams ar listed hy the Inter-                 I.                                                                         Claremont-Mudd~Scril,p?. .md N;tvy. 56’ 16.  /.;
hased on periotmance to d.itr in NCfi                fall      with the Amcncan Hockey Coaches Asrociatior,.              collcgi,&- Tennis Araociadon:                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Division I Women’ VolIeyhaU                                     ~uecns (New York), 52; 17 Ptinc cum. 44; 18. St.
      s                s
men’ and women’ ch~r,piirr,rhil)\. Champton-                   mth records in parenthese, and pointr.                          I Cat SLilr Bskcrsfield, 2. Grand Canyon, 3.               Ttrc USA Iiiay/Amencan        Volleyhall Coat hcs                       Francis (New York), 41; 19. Kcdl.+t,dr. 35: 21).
ships included in Ihi\ r.,rrkir,g air men’ and   s               1. Colorado Cal. (94-3)                       97         Arr~~rttnr~y .%tc. 4. Rollins. 5. (tie) Georgta             Association top 25 NCAA Dmston I women’ vol-      s                         Sat,(;r Clara. 30: 21. Bucknell. 22; 22. Loyal;,
women’ c KM courtwy. firlci hockey, men‘ and      s             2. Boston U. (10-1-l)                          93
                                                                                                               .          Collcyc rod North Florida. 7. Ahilene Chnsuan,              leyball team, through Dr<rmher 5. with reco,ds                              Mat-ymounl, 19. 25 Brow,,. 15: 24. (ue) Rich-
women‘ IOCCCT.                \
                      womrn’ vollryh;dl. and men’       s       3. Mtnttesota (10-3-l)                         77         8. Denver, 9. Prcsbyerian.       tn. UC Davis. II.          in parentheses and p&l&.\.                                                  mond, George Washingtrm :,r,d Slippery Rock,
w&et polo Point.* xc awarded on thr hasis of an                 4. Mictrigdn (1 l-3) __                        68
                                                                                                                          Barty, 12. Nonhero Color&~. t 3. Cameron. 14.                  1. NPhraska (29-l)   .._......_.._............  1,443                    6.
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                                                                                                              I-AA conterencc wxh automatic-qualification status.Sponsored by the Ivy Group                                           uate assistantroach, provided at least one of rhe three gmntlua~c            is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          asclstancs an
l      Continued          from page 14
                                                                                                              and lhe Southern Conference. Executive Committee position: Oppose. General                                              ethnic minotiry. Sponsored by eight Divlslon I-A members Opposed by the (:oun-
                                                                                                              business session; all divisions vote.                                                                                   cil. Divtsion I-A busmess session.
1 Women’ SU(cet.(i~mminee to develop a plan for implcmcnting aotorrraticbids
           s                                                                                                     No. 95: Inrre~e the size of the Division I-AA Football Committee from four to                                                                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         No. 99: Establish coaching limitarions In Dlvirion 1 women’ archery. hat+
and play-ins for Lhc 1997 Division 1 Women’ Soccer Championship, and Lo rem                                   eight memberx Sponsored by the Ivy C       xoup and the Southern Conference.                                            minton, bowl&, crew, ice hockey, squash, synchronned swmlmmg, vam hand-
port that plan to the membership at rhe 1997C&~vemion. Sponsored by the Metro                                 ExecutiveCommiuee position: Support General businesssession;alI divisions vote.                                         ball and water polo and establish maximum<onLest limitations and playing and
Atlantic A~Illetic, Mid-Comment and No&east Conferences. Division 1 business                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                 No. 96: lncrcaqe the size of the NCAA Division 11Women’ Softball Committee                                           practice seasons in all divisions in those spans. Sponsored by tbr Council.
session.                                                                                                      tram SIXto eight members. Sponsored by the Council; recommended by the                                                  Divisions I, 11and Ill business sessions.
                                                                                                              Executive Commiuee. General bnsiness session; all divisions vote.                                                          No. 99-l: Amend No. 93 10 permit two additional coaching staff members for
General                                                                                                                                                                                                                               institutions that conduct lightweight crew as well as heavyweight crew. Sponsored
                                                                                                              Personnel                                                                                                               by the Ivy Group. Division 1 business session.
   No. Ql: Permit a Division 11 institution that sponsors a nonscholarship foot-
ball p”gram. or that offeenfewer than 20 percent of the maximum allowable num                                    No. 97: Permit a graduate assistantcoach in Division I-A football to make lele-                                         No. 99-4: Amend No. 99 to permit crew trams to take winter haining hips, which
her of scholamhipr in Division 11,to appeal to the Division 11Steering Commiaee                               phone calls to prospective student-athletes. Sponsored by the Council and 13                                            are not within a continuous pan of the declared playing sea~n hut count against
for a waiver ot the Division 11football scheduling requiremenw if fewer than six                              Dwision I-A members. Council Subcommitiee on Personnel Limitations position:                                            the number of weeks in rhe season.Sponsored by the Ivy Croup. Division 1 bu&
other similar Division II football program.5exist within a 5CGmile radius of the                              Suppon Division I-A business session.                                                                                   ness session.
institution’ campus. Sponsored by the Council; recommended by the Division
            s                                                                                                    No. 98: Permit an instirudon to employ an additional graduate assistantcoach                                                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         No. 99-s: Amend No. 99,.in the sport of women’ rowing, to exempt compeo-
11Svering Cixnmiuee. Division 11business se&on.                                                               m Division IA football, provided at least two of the three graduate assistantcoach-                                     tion in any one season-ending championship event. Sponsored by the Ivy Croup.
   No. 91: Create an NCAA Women’ SoftbaII Rules Commiuee. Sponsored by the
                                     s                                                                        es are ethnic minorities. Sponsored by eight Division I-A members. Council                                              Division 1 business session.
Council; recommended by the Executive Cxnmittee. General business session;                                    Subcomminee on Personnel Limitations position: None, pending review by                                                     No. 99-k Amend No. 99 to change the end of the traditional segment for
all divisions vote.                                                                                           Minoriry Oppommities and Interests Committee; the Minority Opportunities and                                            women’ rowing from the ‘ Rowing Association Championship to the Cincin-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               s                   IJS.
   No. 94: lncreasr the size of the Division I-AA Football Commiaee from four                                 Interests Committee supports Proposal No. 98 but does not support Proposal No.                                          nati Regaaa. Sponsored by the Ivy Croup. Division 1 hnsiness session.
to eight members and revise the representation on the commiuee from one mem-                                  %I. Division I-A business session.                                                                                          Next week; Tke 34 proposals of the recruiting grvuping and ama-
ber fmm each Division I-AA football region to one member from each Division                                                               to
                                                                                                                 No. 98-I: Amend No. 911 permit an instimtion to employ an additional grad-                                           teu7i%m/awasds/hru@s deregulation pachage.

                                                                                                                Acting for the Council:                                                                                                  (4) Granted waivers per Bylaw 16.13.1.Lo permll mrtituuons to provide inci-
l       Continued         from      page 3
                                                                                                                 (I) Granred a waiver per Bylaw permit a student-athlete to partic-                                        dental expenses in rhese situarions:
                                                                                                              lpatc in official tryon& for the ILS. Olympic women’ soccer team.                                                          (a) To student-athletes to attend funerals of mrmbrrs of rhr studem-a0llrres‘
men1 n-venue.
                                                                                                                 (2) Granted blanket waivers per Bylaw 14.7.6 lo pennir student-athletes tram                                         families.
   1.Approved a rrqoest from the Division 1 Men’ Basketball Committee that
Charlrr Hams, Arizona State llniversity, be permitled 10 remain on rhc com-                                   various ins~imtions to participate in qualifying tryouts and competition with the                                               Lb
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (h) ‘ srudenr-arhlrrrs to attrnd funerals of fellow teammates or mrmlxrs
mitlrc through Apnl 15. l%l6. prr Bylaw                                                                                s             s
                                                                                                              U.S. national men’ and women’ ire hockey teams for the following events:                                                of tcammatcs’families.
   g. Acting for the Council, reviewed rhe acnon of the Council in Angx’ that
                                                                         st                                      (a) Men’ national junior team for the IIHF World J unior Chatnpionbhipb.
                                                                                                                            s                                                                                                            (c)To the parents of studrnr-arhleres to be wlrh IheIr sons and daughterc due
                                                                                                                 (b) Womrn’ national team fortraining camp in Lake Placid, New York, traiti-
                                                                                                                              s                                                                                                       to surgery  or serinus injuries as a result of tram romprtilion.
cstabhshrd the use of a sum score for the ACT, rather than an average; nored
that ~oncernb ovt’ Ihe action had been expressed by some in the membership;
                   r                                                                                          ing tamp in Colorado Sprmgs; and romperition at the IIHF Pacific Women’         s                                               Ii,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (d) ‘ provide flowrrr 10 families of those involvrd in fnnerals or who were
and agreed to review this Issue with Ihe Council ar its prr~Convmtion meet-                                   Championship in Vancouver, Bnush Columbia, Canada.                                                                      srrlously mlurcd clurmg competmon.
iq and consider how rhe initial~eligibility waiver procedure migbc be used in                                    (c) Men’ national team for competition at the IIHL World Championships
                                                                                                                           s                                                                                                             (e) To student-athletes to replace items that were stolen.
this procrsr.                                                                                                 m Kenna. Ausnia.                                                                                                           (0 To provide rxprnsrs m right senior foorhall student-athletes to rent tuxr-
   2. Acting for the Executive Commlure:                                                                         (3) Granted waivers per Bylaw permit student-athletes from var-                                       dO5.
   Reviewed the agenda and rchcdrrle for the December 74 Executive                                            ious institutions to participate in competition involving Olympic and national                                             (g) To tend flowers IO (hc tarhrr of a snrdenc-athlerr who was severely in-
(:ommitree meeting.                                                                                           teams in cross country. soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field. and                                        jured in an automobile acrIdem.
   3. Repon of actions taken by the executive director per (:onscinltion 4.3.2.                               volleyball.                                                                                                                (h) To provide a smdrnc-athlelr exprnsrc to purchase a hearing aid.

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    Must have N.A.T.A. cerbfication. master’ de-
                                              s                                                                                                                    of recommendation        should be sent to: Dr.                    km red10 relations to serve as main cotiti            lished club-level crew that is being elevated to
    gree In related Wd, and experience in tralnlng                                                            ktics. This is a lid-Ume. l2-month faculty po        Rtchsrd L Sander. Assistant to the president                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for volleyball, women’ basketball. track and          vanit status. The head coach also is respon-
    and teaching. Strong commlrmcnt to evangel-                                                               &fan. Job respcasibiliies include, but are not                                                                          field. Strong management,      writing and com-       wble r or .I1 aspects of the program to Include
    icd Christfan oiientabon ofUw college required.       Compliance                                          lkmited to: conducting n rules cducatlon pro-
                                                                                                                                                                   end Director of Athletics, Virglms Commons
                                                                                                                                                                   wealth University, Department of Athlebcs. 619                     puter skills are required, in&din      ex nence       recruitment, schedulmg. budget. equipment,
    Applicsuon ktter should include response to                                                               gram, impkmenlauon       of contiol and monitor-     West Franklin      Street, P.O. Box 642003,                        with desktop publlshmg and 8e Remet.                  pracuce and compebbon. Qualifications include
    this requirement. Send letter and resume by                                                               nng procedures of athlete recruitin       admina-    Richmond. VA 23264.2003.        The application                    Demonstrsted ability to meet daily deadlines a                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            LI bachelor’ deg.ree. successful expencnrc as
    February I to. Dr. Tricla Brownlee, Dean of           Dlrector of Complbnce.        Mississippi St&       trstion and certikation    of rrquwed % CAA and                                                                         must. Send resume. work samples and refer-            B collegiate crew coach. sbon interpersonal
                                                          Unlvemty mvites applications for director of                                                             deadlmc II January 8,1996. Kr       ia Common-
    Acadenic Programs, Etethel College. St. Paul.                                                             conference forms. monitoring of certfftcatlon        wealth U&e&y        is an Equal b ppxtunlty/Af-                    ences by January 15 to: Ben Boyle, Sports             and organizational skills, the abt4,tty to moUvate
    MN 55112. Women and mmorities are encou~              compliance. This is a full-lime postt~on under      procedures for athkbc ehgtblltty rhrough the                                                                            Information Dire&x, I44 Eramlage Colneum.             individuals and work effectively wth diverse
                                                          the supervision of the director of sthlebcr                                                              firmdive Action Emplo er. Women. mmoritin
    aged b apply. Af6mwbve Action/Equal O~par-                                                                ~Larar’ s   and edmwslons offices, and coordi-       and persons with dlsabi rIUes arc encouraged to                    Manhattan. KS 66502 K S U. is an Afhrmative           cons.tltuencIes. and B commitment to uphold
    tunity Employer.                                      Responsibilities include coordinating the edu-      nabon of financial aid through hanon wth the                                                                            Action/Equal    Opportunity Employer and en-          standards and requfati~s of the NCAA. Submit
                                                          cation, interpretations and monnoring proce-        financial aid office. Olhcr dutln include acting     ‘PPlY.                                                             courages divers&y among I& employees.                 resume and l&n        of reference by January 5
    Athktlc   Trab,er/Cffnlcal  Supuvisor.     Colby      dues to better ensure compliame with NCAA,          a5 liaison to the Colonial Athletic Association                                                                         Sports lnformatin    Dlnxtor. Creiqhton Unfvcr-       to: Max Urick. Director of Athletics, Bramlage
    Sawyer College is an indepndent.       coeduca-       cud-c        nnd univcnl~ r&s and Rgdetions         and NCAA on compliance and enforcement                                                                                  siiy annauncesan 0 fng for SF&S Informa-              Coliseum, 1600 College Avenue. Manhattan.
    bond cdkge in New Hamphwe’ Dsrtmouth-
                                     s                    Dirrctly responsfbk for the momtoting of rbu-       matters. including candting        preliminsry in-   Development                                                        tion dIrector. This 1 p”-month position requires      KS 66502. K.S.Cl. Is an Affirmawe AcbonlE-
    Lake Sumpc       ‘cB,o”. cked by US News and          dmt-athIde     rcxrdtmenr. m~bsl and continuing                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      a bachelor’ degree; minimum of two yean’ u-           qua1 Opponumty Employer and enccumges di-
    WarM Report os one of the top small colleges                                                                                                                                                                                      perience in sports information or related Rcld:
    In ks cstegory. We seek an expemnced                                                                                                                           C.S.U.. BakarSkf*ld              - No. 278 - Assistant             smog communkation         and desktop publitii                  See The       Mark&         page I7 l
    N         aUUetk trainer to 611tiis full-                                                                                                            Director of Atildic              Development. Full-bme.            skilb: and d etnonsnsted experience wl(h word
December                18, I995
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                                                             nounces two openings for assistant football             tween Ouachita and churches in the state of         ing. recrurh.   fiscal management. public rela-     Ihc successful candidate      will passesa excep             of 14 Division I programs. is seeking appliesnb
                                                             coaches, a defenswe coordtnator and an offen-           Arkansas and surrounding reg!m. Reviw of ap-        t&s. and other duties assigned by the dire&x        ;;;~y,$g;gy$‘ ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         & $~gy                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          for the position d women’ soccer coach. This
                                                             sive line coach. Salary based on expencncc.             plicants will begin immediately until the posi-     of athletics. Bachelor’ degree is required.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 s                                                                                        position is a tY~time. 12-month a pomhnent
                                                             Mmter’ degree or hi her required. One sbrd.ent          tion has been filled. Letter of apphcabon. cur-     Salary Is commcnsura Ic with experience for thii                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             v-x college The university’ wmeris         soccer            and reports u) the ablate               P
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              athetk dwec-
                                                             position &o availsbe. For mom information,              rent vita and three IdtRs of reference should be    hrll~ume. 12~manth pasiuon. Send letter of apm      yrm        u the two-kme Heart of Amqnca                     tar/S.W.A. Responsibilitiw      Directing oil phas-
                                                             CQIIII)CI Gunlcr Braver. 601/720~7251.                  directed to: Ouschita Athleuc Dwector BIII                                                              bhrhcuc Conference champ,on. Baker IS ri                     es of the program mcludmng: organumg and
                                                                                                                                                                         dlcawn and -c.         &ch Includes me nllmn
l     Continued     from page I6                             Ass&ant      Football Coach. The Urwers~ty of           vhlng. P.O. Box 3788. Arkadelphia, AR 7199s.                                                            “ember of i+e National Association of Interval-              planning of raEuces and game strategies; rem
                                                             New Mexico se&x qualified applicsnb for tiir                                                                bnd telephone nvndm       of three refereras. by
                                                                                                                     WOI.                                                January IO. 1996. m: Dennis Bloomer. Dwector        egiate Athletics (N A.1 A.). The University                  cruibnent B quakty scholsnhip          student-sth-
                                                             f&time     l2-month position. Ap licants must                                                                                                                   icrvn 850 full~umc studcnu In the College of                 Ietes: scheduling: budgebng: planntng team
vcrsay among a5 employees.                                   demonstrate the ability ta recruit L lvwan I st”.
                                                                                                    ”                                                                    d Athletics, limestax     College, 1115 College
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Vrts and Sciences at its main campus in                      V W & mcmitcdrg of and commibnent to stotu
Head Coach-Women’     s      Crew. Division I.               dent~athletes    under the guldellnes of the                                                                Drive. Gaffnev. SC 29340-9990.         Limestone
Temple Unlvcnlty is seekIng nominations and                  Western Athletic Conference and the NCAA.               Lacrosse                                            College is an & “a1 Opporlunlty Employer.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             hldwin Ci. LI growing community wlh (I pop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             rlation of 3,ooO located 45 mlln souhwest of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          dent-athlete academic programs: part+&ing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          in fund-raising evmts ;gubhc relabons, and orb
applicauons for the posoon of head coach.                    Experience coaching on the defer&e        side of                                                                                                               ansaas city and 15 souuwast d L¶wTence.                                                   Successful candldate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          er duucs (IS autgn
women’ crew. In this poslUan. you will ensure
        s                                                    the ball. Thorough knowledge and understand-                                                                                                                    kreenirhg of applicant3 will t-z+ immediately                must also demonsbate knowledge, underdand-
that Temple University sustains its regional/na-             ing of football. Powbon wll .auut m the cbardl~
                                                             nation of the footbdl program Performs sddi-
                                                                                                                     Head Women’ Lacrosse and Soccer Cmch.
                                                                                                                     Lime&me College h accepting applicabbns for
                                                                                                                                                                          Soccer                                             ml-d continw until me position is filled. Reese              in,, and corrtdimce witi .I1 NCAA Atlantic 10
bowl lesdenhtp in women’ crew. You also will
                           s                                                                                                                                                                                                 iend or fax B letter d application, resume. and              Ckfermce       sod in&b&anal reg”l&ons as well
                                                             “anal related d&es as assigned. Minimum re-                                          s
                                                                                                                     the position of head women’ lacrosse snd
be mponsible for ail facets d tie progmm, in-                                                                                                                                                                                mmes and addresser of three references to:                   8s demonstrated       abtlmty to develop a highly
                                                             quirements include bachelor’ degree and three           womerisenrercoachforthe       1996.97season.
cluding recruiting and fund-rsamg/dcvelop-                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                         Head Women’ &car        Coxh. Baker Unwersrty       hn Hat+. Athlebc Dwector. Baker Unwers~                      cornpt~twc      soccer p&gram. c;ludlIflcaUZn;:
mmt acclvitlcs. Candidates should have a min-                                                                        The successful candidate     will restirt the       invites applications for the part-time positIon     ‘0 Box 65. Bsldwm Crty. K S 66006~006 2 .                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bachelor’ degree In related &Id. Minimum of
                                                             rez 2 ~~!R$zzliz~:                     zz
imum of three years’ experience couching crew                ter (wiul onginal +l.sti)    and rewnle wiljl r&               .
                                                                                                                     women’ smxer ham and Itart a new program            of head women’ soccer wch. Responsibilities
                                                                                                                                                                                          s                                  lhcne: 913/59&8474.      fax. 913/5946377.                   five years of coaching and/or playing cxperi-
at the hagh~schml. club or coIIegI.te level. A               erenc~~ to. Dennis DamelI, Assistant Football                     s
                                                                                                                     in women’ Iaclosse to complirwerlt rl natiorla~     ~ncludc Lrecwq .)I phases d tie program. but        id     Womds Soccer Cach, Bt. Bonwent”re                     ence. Salary and benefita are negotiable.
B.S. and a knowledge of NCAA rdes/regula~                    Coach. Univcrstty of New Mexico. South                                           s
                                                                                                                     ly ranked Dlvlsion II men’ lacrosse progmm.         do not include classroom teaching Expnmce           lnlverdty. St. Bonaventure University. a mem-
tions are required. Please send resume and                   Campus, Albuquer “e, N M 87131. Piearr in-              Dunes m&de. but (ire not llmlted to, coach-         as a head coach or assilltant coach IS preferred.   mr of rhe AUanUc 10 Conference and sponsor                             See The           MarkeG   page I8     l
sslsry requirement8 to: Lsa Stepp. Employ-                   dlcate Requs~uon I7 umber 956763-A and job
ment Rep., Temple University, 1601 N. Broad                  title on cover letter All rewmes till be act+
Street. U.S.B.. Room 203, FXladelphle.         PA            cd until January 5.19% The University of New
19122. Equal oppormty        Employcr/Amrma-                 Mexico     is on Affirmative       Acuon/Eq”al
tive Action.
                                                             i2PEs%z,n”                     %sLj          state
                                                             Univers@ seelrs a full-bme heed footbe I coach.
                                                                                                                     University of Massachusetts                                            Dartmouth
Cross Country                                                This is a one~year, renewable appointment
                                                             Salary commensurate        wirh coaching experi-        Director of Athletics
                                                             ewe.. pending budget spprovsl.           F&p&~
                                                                                                                     The university, an NCAA Division III member, seeks a dynamic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Assistant Athletic
                                                             bilities: oroanize and suoervise all as-d       the
Hed Women’ Cross CountryrPnck
Conch. Uruvcrs~ty of Connectut.
                                             & Field
                                      FullLbme pw
                                                             m-slty &ball program. lncl”dI~ g&roe prepa
                                                             ration, practice. game anal as. recrutlng.
                                                                                                                     leader for its Department of Athletics. It is one of five campuses                                                                               Director for Operations
sition The Univ&ity of Connectwt          1s arc&            scheduling      bugget and 8t.x management.                                                                     s
                                                                                                                     of the University of Massachusetts, offering bachelor’ and mas-                                                                                      University of Cincinnati
ino aodications      for the oosibon of head                 Mhimm          eqwernents:   Master’ degree, ex-
                                                                                                 s                      s
                                                                                                                     tet’ degrees and one Ph.D. program for an enrollment of 5,500
w;m&        cross country/t&k       & field cosch.
RRporwibilties include: recruiting. budget man-
                                                             pmence as a head or assistant college coach,
                                                             or a heed high~schcd coach. a thorwgh knowI-            students. The department sponsors 22 varsity sports, intramu-                                                                                           Cincinnati, Ohio
agement, scheduling, and organization of a Bi
East NCAA Division I cross cow&v/track             il
                                                             edge of NCAA rules. and the ability to rvo&             rals and recreational programs, and is a member of the follow-
                                                             comfortably in an NCAA Division Ill. academi-
field program. The posItIon requires ; ;omm,t~               cally demanding, residential “nivemi                    ing athletic organizations: Little East Conference, ECAC and
mcnt to scademlc s”ccess of student~arhletes.
demonstrated successful coachmg cxpenenee
                                                                                                                     New England Football Conference.                                                                        TheUniversity of   Cincmnatc. a member of Conference USA, is seeking quali-
at the collegiate level. the abtltty to comnuv                                                                                                                                                                               icd candidates for a I2-month. fullLtlme positIon as Assistant Athletic Director
cate effectively, and a strong understanding of
                                                             burg State University is B member of the
                                                             University of Maryland 5 stem. Situated in the
                                                                                                                     Duties and Responsibilities:                                                                            br Operations.
and commitment to Big East and NCAA regu-                    mountms of Allegany ? owrty. F.S.U. IS west-
laths. Salary is commensurate with qualifica~                                 s
                                                             em Maryland’ regional university The only               n Responsible for the development and operation of all inter-                                           RESPONSIRILlTlES:
lions and experknce. Submit letter of applbca-               four~year U.M.S. institubon west of BaIti-              colle late, intramural and recreational programs and reports to                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             $eratlons and maintenance for all of the university’ athletic facilities. which
bon. resume and namer of three referencrr to.                more/Washmgton, Frostburg Stete also serves
Search Committee-Head           Women’   s Cross                              s
                                                             as the region’ cultural and educational center.         the 9 Ice-Chancellor for Student Services.                                                              ;upporl20 NCAA Division I intercollegiate sport programs, intramurals and
Co”ntry/Trrack    & Field Coach. University of               Stmng programs in rhe creauvc and perform-              n Plans, implements and supervises a comprehensive program                                              .ecreation, camps and clinics, and other outside events. Coordmarion of main-
Connecticut. 2095 HillsIde Road, Storm, CT                   ing arts. business. education (including physi-
06269-3078. We encourage appllcaoons from                    cal educabon), and environmental studies ate            designed to accomplish the goals of the department within the                                           enance with facilities management and campus planning and design. Management
under-represented     groups Including wornen,               trsn students from around the world at borh “no         context of the mission of the university and student develop                                            If Ihe Shoemaker Center Arena, a 13,OWsea~, multi-use. on-campus facility, as
mmonbes and people wth d,sab,l,bes                           dergraduate and graduate levels Direct em-                                                                                                                      urll as lls $2.2 million operaring budge1 and increasing revenue goals.
                                                                lo ment in u&s          to Human Resources,          ment.                                                                                                   vlanagement of a stati of IS 10 20 employees. Enhancement and maintenance
                                                             507 1687 410 2 (Vo,ce/TD.D.). Send letter of ,n~
                                                                                                                     w Hires staff, prepares budgets, and plans and implements                                               )f a dcptimcntal    automation and commumcation network. Serve as Hanson wilh
Football                                                     best: resume: and names. addresses and telex
                                                                                    three professional references    fund-raising activities for the department.                                                             hod service and concession vendors that arc used by the athleuc depanment
                                                                   January      15. 1996. to. Frostburg State
Football Coaches Wanted. American football in
                                                                                    of Human Resources. Attn         n Promotes athletic de artment activities with the public and                                           >UALlFICATIONS:
                                                             Head Football Coach (Position #96-493-
German If you are werested in coaching foot-                 NCM). Frostburg. M D 21532. Please lndlcste
                                                                                                                     encourages staff to wor I: with admissions.                                                                       s                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             3achclor’ degree requmzd, master’ preferred. Prewous experience with man-
ball I” z “rope, please send your resume to’                 if you are planmng to attend the NCAA Fmtball
Postfach 106852.28068 Bremen. Germany We                                                                             Minimum          Qualifications:             Candidates          Should       Have:                     tgemcnt of facilities and cvcnts. Successful candidates should have strong orga-
                                                             Coaches Convention. F.S.U. Is An A.A./E.E.O.
offer Free housing in a fir&.&as hotel. free air-                                                                                                                                                                            lizational and administrative skills, ability to interact cffcctivcly with diverse
fare and wage salary. Stating spring 19%. For
                                                             Appropriate       Aux~lwy Atds & Serwces For
                                                             Qualified lndividusls With Dwability Will Be
                                                                                                                     n    Master’ degree from
                                                                                                                                   s                n Demonstrated leadershi ability                                         :onstituencies, and experience with computer automation and communication
further     mformabon,      call Rrhard      Myers,          Provided Upon Request. Please Notify In Ad-                  an accredited institution   in organizational and a cr. mini-                                      letworks.
906/%9~ 1209.
Head Football Coxh. Millikin University invites
                                                             “a”CC                                                        of higher education.        strative matters.
applications for the position of head football
                                                             Assistant FootbalCWhittier         College. Division
                                                                                                                     n    Supervisory responsi-     n Thorough knowledge of inter-                                           SALARY:
                                                             Ill member of NCAA and charter member of
coach Millikin University, a Division Ill merw                                                                                                                                                                               Commensurate with experience and ability.
be, of the NCAA and a member d the talk e
                                                             Southern Callforma lntercollcg~ate Athletic
                                                             Conference. Invites applicants for B full.time .as-
                                                                                                                          billty in an athletic       collegiate, intramural and rec-
Conferrncedlllinoisand        Wlxonsln (C.C.I. vf .).        sistant fmtball coach (offensive or defensive cog            capacity.                   reational programs..                                                    HE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             I’ UNIVERSITY:
1s seeking an ener e”c leader wrh a ws~on of
the role of tnterco Bleglate athletics within the
                                                             ordinator). Addltlonal responsibllibes include          n    Familiarity with the      n Ability to raise fundls from a                                         jounder of cooperauve cducatmn, the Umverslty of Cmcmnatl IS a Division 1
                                                             reach actw~t~cs classes. coach spnng sport.
mtsston of a pnvate. comprehensive institution                                                                            coaching experience.                                                                               VCAA institution with I7 colleges and schools that provide outstanding educa-
commmed to excellence. The position is rem
                                                             strength coach. inlramural/cl”b       sports. or oth-
                                                             er admm~straUvc assignments. Bachelor’ de-     s
                                                                                                                                                      ~giygy;~;~~h&?~~~~                                                     ional opportunities m more than 300 prognms ranging from the associate 10 the
sponsible for all phases of the program in&d-                  ree requwed I” phystcal education or related
mg recruiting. momtormg academic pro ress                                                                            To apply, forward a letter of                                                                           Icctoral degree. More than 3S,(XX) students from all states and XX countries con-
                                                             ! eld. master’ p&erred The cand,date should
and retaining quality studcnt~athlrtes.        Btscal                                                                                                                                                                        ributc to a university that is global in thought, innovative in teaching and based
management. and community end public rela-
                                                             have successhrl playing or coaching experience
                                                             at hrghmschool or college level. as well as rem
                                                                                                                     appllcatlon, resume and names of                                                                        ,n diversity.
tions. Additional responsibilities may include               cruiting experience. and knowledge of NCAA              three professional references to:
some of the following: tea&in       in the physical          Division Ill rules. Salary cornrnenwrate wkh cx-                                                                                                                iEND RESUMES TO:
educarion depatient,      facilky &v clopmnt and             penence Letter of applicabon, resume, and
management. supervising st”dent employees,                                                                           Search Committee                                   Review of applications                                                          ticrald           Dell, D~ector of Athletics
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      K. O‘
                                                             names of three references should be sent by
and other duties ns assigned by the director of              January 15.1996. to: Dsve Jacobs, Director of           Director of Athletics                              will begin on Januairy 17, 1996,                                                              Department of Athletics
srhletzs. Quallficalons-lnclud;      a baccslaure~           Athletics. Wh,ttler College, P.O. Box 6344.                                                                                                                                                             University  of Cincinnati
ate d ret, football coaching experience, and n               Whittier, CA 90608 Appointment es soon as               Office of Human Resources                          and continue until                                                                               PO. Box 2 1002 I
comm Pnmt to tie academic and athleuc s”cm
cess of the studmt~athletes. preference will be
                                                             available after head coach 1s selected. Aflir~          UMass Dartmouth                                    position is filled.                                                                       Cincinnati,   OH 45221~0021
   iven to candidates wrh a master’ d m and
                                      s                                                                              285 Old Westport Road
ii OY hawq coarhlng experience at 2 l colle~                                                                         North Dartmouth, MA 02747-2300                                                                                               Resumes      will    be accepred        unril   posirion       is filled.
giate level. Additionally, an understanding of
and commttment to NCAA rules and rcgula~                     is seeking a head football coach. The s”ccess~
tions is required. Salary is competitive and                 ful csndtdete 1s expected to possess demon-
                                                                                                                                UMass Dartmouth is an Affirmative Action/                                                       The University  of Cincinnati               is on Eqwl    Opporfunity/Afirmutive                Actirm
commensurate vlvI cxpcncncc and qual,f,cam                   strated knowledge. abilities and skills to lead                                    Equal Opportunity             Employer.                                         Employer:   Women. minorities.                Kernam-era    veterans      and mdwduols              with
tions; this is a renewable, nontenured                       and supervise a highly competitive         rcgram
The search will begin Immediately an r- conbn-               and to l ffeetlvely recruit quality st” 1 l nt~sthm                                                                                                                                   disabilities              ore encoum~rd      to upply.
ue until the position is filled Please send letter                                           .
                                                             l&es He must have a master’ degree and till
of application. resume and three letters of rd~              be expected to teach in the de;artmmt             of
erence to: Football Search Commntee. clo                     health. physical education and recreation The
Athletic Depariment. Millikin Universit         1 lB4        individ&lmelected     will be expected to exhibit
W.Main,DRat”r,IL62522;fax211/36            r: 6414.          pcmonal and professional attnbutes so as to
Millikin Univenity     is an Equal Opportuni-                make a swgnificant conbibution to the welfare of
ty/Affirmaove A&on Employer.                                 the general umversity communk         and rhe s                                THE             COLLEGE                         OF
Northcast Mississippi Community College an-                                                      abonshlps K-
                                                             aftc ability to cmtinuc to build re P

                                                                                                                                            WOOSTER                                                                                                                              Head Men’s
                                      HUMBOLDT                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Soccer Coach
                                                                                                                                     Director of Physical Education,                                                                                                      University of Cincinnati
                                      STATE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Cincinnati, Ohio
                                                                                                                                         Athletics, and Recreation
       DIRECTOR OF JNTERCOLLEGIATE                                                 ATHLETICS                             Will be rqcnaibk for the echinisbati and qarvi&nofalIaapacboftha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ihe University of Cincinnati, a member of Conference                                  USA, invites applica-
                                                                                                                         praqam: i-b@0          m     in-d     apott3,muuatbn, relatedfacilii,                               ions for a I&month. fullLtime position as Head Men’s                                  Soccer Coach.
HUMBOLDT         STATE UNNERSITY          intiter applicationr   and nominations    for the position                     8ufmmr~~dfii                    vt.          An imparlnt mqonaiMltfy                                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             l%e University of Cincinnati sponsors 20 men’ and                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   women’ spew. The
of Director of lruelrollcgiatc Athletics. a f”ll&ne.    12~month adminirnative   Position. I-hrmbokit                    is the alI-       and waluetion of awl. The Dt3pmnl d Phydcpl
St& Unwcnuy        has dn NCti    Lhvirmn II nonscholanlup        program and is a member of the                                                                                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Conference USA men’ soccer champion receives an                                       automatic bid to the
Nonherr, (:aldorrua Athl.enr Conference          (NCX:)(:).                                                              Echcahnotfsnaminorendan~~ppg~l                           TheDirector                                W A A tournament.
Duties RePwting direcdy to the dean of the G~llege of PrnfewionaJ Smdicr and working cd-
                                                                                                                         i8expecbdtoahowb&r8hipInthe~robof~8icaf&cationand                                                   RESF’ ONSIBILITtES:
latmratively wth the chair of the Department of Health and Phydcal Education. the director                               alhMicainfhobxtionpogematanNCMDiiIIIinr!biion.                 This                                 tesponsibilities include coaching, recruiting, monitoring student-athlete acad-
K Srerpm&Ic     for thr plannmg, management,           .+dministr&on      and direction of the student-                  isahvdvamanthpo&ion,withUm~of~inganxabMc
lured mtercollrgutc         athlcoc program.     Worhmg wtthm the framework                and mission of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             :mic progress, scheduling. conditioning, budget management and administer-
Hurllboldt St&c Unwcn,ty, the drrector p&,ctpates           m untvenay, college and pm@ammatic                           coureuan&rco&inganathleticksrnes~te.                 ThaDimctorwill                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ng a competitive men’ soccer program according to NCAA and university
governawe    related IO attdetxr, develops and tmylrmencl, fund-rdrmg              activities; participates              have1&uhyatatusandwillrepwttothev~Rbsidentfor~Afleira.                                              guidelines.
m extensive conunun~          acbvltxs, ruprrvxses the recnotmcnt        and acadermc progress of ath                                                                                                                        QUALIFICATIONS:
                                                                                                                         Expected hin date: July 1, 1988.
Icres, and wh rhr dean ofAdmlsrmnr           and fiwrds    momton studem atiehc cl&iiity,              ruper-
vises roxhmp, acnyloes and adrmmwranve perwnnel,               ,n&,&ny     the sporu mformannr,         drrrr-                                                                                                                                                 s                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Lndidates must have a bachelor’ degree, master’ degree preferred. Must
mr and ewoci&       ~rhlerir director, who is rerponrrble       for athleuc fund-rasmy                                   Queliii~         Master8 Degree: tiniatrativ~        tsaching and co&ii                             lave successful coaching experience, preferably at the NCAA Division I level.
m&crmz          Rcqdrrmena                      s
                               include a mauet’ depe        and a minimum of five yean of admiw                          aqmrbnm in physical ekalb&hle~                preferablv in the cantaxi of a                        SALARY:
~rwttve experience. with drmonstr&ed        successful sills in organizational/managerial         lead-                  cdkgB0flibaralaltsandscimw&Md~                                & M y 10 wrk                          Commensurate          with experiences.
enhrp and ~ommon~anon,         proven abdrty m fund-raismg,      p&la     relabon, and &al       rn*n.
ngrment, pr&rably      rn game and fat dmes managemem,            demonstrated      ~ornmmr,ent      to
                                                                                                                         effectiwly wifh c6echea. athletic dafl, faculty. and stu&nts.                                       THE UNIVERSITY:
affwmativ~ amion: and knowledge of N C M rules md thrrr application, wirh ahdlry to inrcs                                                                                                                                    Founder   of cooperative  education.  [he University of Cincinnati is a Division I
pm and apply NC-       and Nf‘ AC: reg”lationr.   Prior coaching erperienre     in an intercolle~aa                      TheCdbgeofWoo8teri8asekctb,natio&y~imdlibaralculo                                                   NCAA institution with I7 colleges and schools that pmvide outstanding edu-
athletic program I, prcrerrul.                                                                                           caibge with a camnitment to axwlbnce in uw              &cation. It ie                              cational opportunities in more than 300 programs ranging from the associate to
ComPewation:     Position iy covered hy rhr California Star Ilnwrr+ty     Managcmrnr     P~raonnr                        laatedin~~Ohia,anehouraouthofClsvdandand~a~.                                                        the doctoral degree. More than 35,flflo students from all states and 88 countries
Plan. with an excellent hcnrfits package. Craning salary is $4 I .I 21~ $62.200 annually. depend                                                                                                                             contribute 10 a university that is global in thought, innovative in teaching and
mg upon cxpcncrrcc.
                                                                                                                         The Cdbga has lx) full-time faculty. end a large ploportion of the 1,700
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             based on diversity.
Appointment    with Starting Datee: The hiring decision               will he made hy May I, I (K+,. with i
tIrx&le startmy date from ]“ly 1 rr, Aukwst 1, IV%.                                                                                                                                                                          TO APPLY, SEND RESUMFS AND THREE REFERENCES TO:
                                                                                                                         The Cdbge wishea to ensure that the semh comdtbe icbntifba qualifbd                                                       Jim Schaus, Senior Associate Athletic                         Director
AppIication Rocedure:   For consideration.              srrhmit a lencr or application.    a complete    reswnc                                                                                                                                   University       of Cincinnati        Intercollegiate          Athletics
and names of four refer~nccs by February                23. 1!)06. to:                                                   womwlMfrinolitycandidatea Applikalltssotwlh+Jbfhwegroupsare
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Laurence   Hall 3 15
                                          (:hn< Hopper, Chair                                                            encouraged to identify therns&as if they wish. Tha Collage is an Eqwl                                                                            PO. Box 2 1002 I
                                Athleric Dirermr Search <‘    omm~ner                                                    oppartunity/Affirrt&e Action Enrployer.                                                                                                  Ctncinnati,      OH     4522    l-002      I
                            Depanment       of Health & Physical Education
                                      I lumbold~ Stale Univenily
                                         ArcaLa, C.4 95S21-8!29!~                                                                                 resume,
                                                                                                                         send letterof application,     tnvlacript(s), threebItera of tufetunm
                                                                                                                                                                     and                                                                          Resumes      will    be accepted        until   position        is filled.
                                  707/8!&4-45:3lQ Fax 707/82t344-6                                                       to Hayden Schilling,Acting Vi Prwident for AcAn& Affaih The Cal@
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The llniversiry    of Cincinnari            is on Equal    Opporruniry/Afirmative               A&on
                                                                                                                         of Woo&w, 1169 WI Avenue, Woo&r, OH 44&l-23[L3.         Appliis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Employer:     Women, minorities,              Viehum-em      vetemrw      and individuok           with
               HSU i. an F.qual Oppommity/Affirmitrive     Action/Zde     IX Employer
     Applications  from people of color. women and persona with dirahilities are especially                              reosivedby &&rv            1. lw& will mmive lull conS&&n.                                                                   dkbilities             are mcouruged       to apply.
    welcomed. The unwenky       hires only individeals aurhoriwd    to work in the United Srater.
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                                                              cessful coaching experience, at the college Iev-            of New Hampshire. Reid House, Durham, NH                         compl~nce required.          Salary comrnensural          dluomng progrsm. (4) assist head coach with             Application deadtlne: February I. 1996. Send
                                                              el. Salary: Commens”rate       with ualltksrlons            03824. U N.H. is an Affirmative Action/Equal                     w,rh quakficstions and ex rience. Send I&                 in-gym training, (5) admlnwaove      responslbil.       letter of appticauon. resume end three letters
                                                              and ex rience. Application Deed 9 lrr’ January              Emplo       ent Opportunit            Employer.                  of application with a list o r references and a n                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ities OS assigned by tie head women’ volleys            of refer=&      to: Sarah K. Reesman. Assis(ant
                                                              12, 19E send letter of spplication, r-urn= and                               s
                                                                                                                          Had r omen’ Vol!eyba i Coach. Salary carw                        sum= to: John McCutcheon. Athletic D1rec4c                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ball coach. Qualifications: Bachelor’ degree is         Director of AlhleUcs. P.O. Box 677. Columbia,
                                                              letter, fr& tire= references to: Dr. Charles                mensursk with qualifications and expenence.                      R=cr”itm=nt      Cod= 063036, Callforma Pal                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     reqwred. master’ degree preferred. A mini-              MO 65205. The University of Missouti~Colum~
                                                              Brown. Director of Athletics & P.E.. U.M.B.C.                         s
                                                                                                                          Bachelor’ degree required, master’              s     referred   technic State Umversity, San LUIS Oblspo. 2
                                                              Fieldhouw, 5401 Wllkens Avenue. Balteno~.                                                                                                                                              mum of IWO (2) years’ previous colkge coach-            bia does not discriminate on the basis of race,
l      Continued from page I7                                                                                             in physicical education or related f=ld. P IV= years             93407. Poaluon Will remam open until filla
                                                              MD2122B.U.M.B.C         isanA.A./E.O.E.snden~               of experknce coaching volleyball in ~ntercolle-                  however, for full consideretion.          e plicatior     ing experience      Is preferred. Demonstrated          color. rellglon. natIonal ongm. arlcestry, sex.
                                                              courages mmorities, women and lndwlduals                    giate athletics,. The un~ven~ty II B member of                   m”stbereceivedbyJan”arylO,l~.Th=d~                        knowledge of NCAA and rules and rcgulstlons             age. disability, status as disable veleran or ve&
Closing date. January 5. 19% The search                       with disabilities to apply.                                 the Southland          Conference          end the NCAA          psrbnent of intercollegiate athletics 9 nsors I           and experience in tie developmenl of public R-
commktee wll review applications beglnnlng                                                                                Division I. Responsibllibes:             provide coaching         sports.~lteamsmmpn.~~NC~Dl”ist                           I&ions is necessary. Application     Procedures:                 See The      Market,      page I9 &
vnmedwtely     Applications, accom anied b a                                                                              leadenhip. organuabon and wpervision for all                      I level, wth football c a.wiGd m Divmon I-Al
resume/vitae and references.. shou P be mated
                                    d        7                Swimming                                                    aspects of the women’ volleyball pr ram ins
                                                                                                                                                        s                                  Cal Poly will be a member of the Big We                                                                       -
to: Dr. David Diles. Director of Athletics. P.O.                                                                          cludlng recrultmg. compliance with N7 AA leg-                    Conference effectwe 1996. The California Stal
Box G. St Bonaventure,       NY 14770. No lelem                                                                           ~slaoon. scheduling, practice, training and con-                  Unwersity is committed to providin          equal of
phone calls lease.                                            The United StatesMwcablah Committee now                     ditioning. scouting, fund~raism                 pramoUons.        portunities to men and women C.S. E studen
Aaslstant    c omen’ s Soccer Coach. Appli-                                                                               etc. Thorough knowledge of N @AA rules. err                       in all campus programs, including !nLercolk
cauons now are being accepted for the
                                                              is recruiting swim coaches 16 represent the
                                                              Umted States at the 15th World Maccablah
                                                              Games from July 525. 1997. in Israel. The
                                                                                                                          cellent verbal and commun~atlon
                                                                                                                          mitment to the well~twng of student-athletes
                                                                                                                          at e strong academic school Application dead-
                                                                                                                                                                         skills. a corn-    giate athhcs.     Cal Poly Is strongly commlttf
                                                                                                                                                                                            to achlewng excellence through cultural dive
                                                                                                                                                                                            sty. The unwersity achvely encourages eppl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MESSIAH                                    COLLEGE
                                                              World Meccablah
                                                                                    Games are among the
                                                              world’ top five internallonal    alhletlc events.            Ime: February I, 1996. Letter of application. rep
                                                                                                                          sume. transcript and a minimum oi three rd~
                                                                                                                                                                                            cstions and nominations of women. persons,
                                                                                                                                                                                            color, applicants with dlsablkues. and membe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Coaching                         Vacancies
July I, possibly earlier. Responsibilities: Adwe              Every four years. Jew&, athletes. coaches and                                                                                 at other underrepresented        groups Affiirmatir
                                                                                                                          erences should be sent to: Tynes H,ldebrand.
,““olveme”l                                   s
                 1” .I1 asp&s of the women’ y)c~              trainers from around the world gather m Isrsel
                                                                                                                          Athletic Dir&or, Northwestern Stale Unwerslt                      Acnon/Eq”al      Employment Opportunity.                 M!3SLAH COLLEGE       invites nominations and applications for the following
per program to include on~field coschm                r.?     for the 15th edition of this Olymp~c~stylr and                                                                                Assistant     Volleyball     CoachAniversity
                                                              sanctloncd competibon       For informabon and
                                                                                                                          Athletic Fieldhouse. Nakhllnches.                 L4 7149 7 :                                                              coaching positions:
cruitino and orooram admmwauon             Qua f!~fica-                                                                    3lBj351~5459:        fax. 318/357~4221.          Northwest~      California, Davis. Annual conlracI            smm 2
bans. Bdch&lor>         degree Prewous coachin                applications for fix3 fully funded trip to Israel.           em State University IS an Aflirmatwe ActionlE~                   assistant coach. Responsibilities inc r“de: ass~                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              1. Men’ lacrosse           I Icad Coach and Assistant Head t:oach
and/or playing experience, preferably aI rhe co B             please call 215/561~6181       or wr,le Maccabl                                                                               with daily practice sessions. recrwtm             con<
lege level Erperience warklnq wlrh oalkeep~                   U.S.A./Sports for Israel at 1926 Arch Street.
                                                                                                                           qua1 Opporruntty          Insfltuflon. Women and mix                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2. Women’ lacrosse         Head Coach and Assistant Hrad Coach
                                                                                                                           norlOes are encouraged to apply                                  tioning, and promotion of the volley % all prs
ers preferred. Compensations $18.0 tt 0 salary,               3rd FI, Philadelphia. PA 19103 Please note all               Head Women’ Volleyball Coach: The depart-
                                                                                                                                            s                                                 ram Quallflcat~ons: coaching experience                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              3. Women’ Volley%all       Head Coach and AhsisranI Head Coach
full benelLs. summer cam               opportunities.         ;;pl;c;&&ns must be r~eived no later than Apnl               ment of wercolleglste           athletics at Cal Poly, San       9, e NCAA D,v,swn I or II level preferred: go(                    4.Track and Field          Assistant ( :I,ach
Appkcstlons will be review J as received. Ins                                                                              LUIS Oblspo IS seekmg applicants for a head                      wrluen and oral communication              skills: er
tcnskd ap licants should send cover letter and                                                                             coach (coach classlficatlon, wcruitment code                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                            computer proficiency Bachelor’ degree in $1                                               s              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Messiah currently offers men’ and women’ lacrosse as club sports. Each
resume WI references to. Andy Bonchonsky.                                                                                  163036).      fullItime.      12.month       appointment,        propriste field required Position open until fill=       will lx clcvatcd to official varsity programs, commencing with the 199&
Women’ Soccer Coach, Unwerrity of Califor-
ma. 177 Hearst Gym. Berkeley, CA 94720-                       Tennis                                                       wallable immediately. Duties end responsibili~
                                                                                                                           ues: Direct all aspects of a Divwion I program.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Salary: $12.530 with medical benemS. Prefeem
                                                                                                                                                                                            starting date: January I, 1996. Send letter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     97 academic year Rcgutar coaching contracts will be offered for the k+
4424. The Unwersity of California 1s a Equal                                                                               mcludlng recrulbnent of qualified student-atb                    application. resume and at least three profe                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     crosse positions during the spring of 1996.Thc women’ volleyball coach-
Opportunity/Affirmative         Action Employer.                                                                           IeIcs. scheduling. advancement                  department       sional references        to: Sharon Kin            Her   ing positions will he available August 15, 19%~. Presently, the positions
Head Women’ Boccer Coach. Western Mlchtm
                 s                                                         s
                                                              Head Men’ Tennis Coach. Western Mrhuan
                                                              Unwen~ry IS seeking en individual to fill the-p~             suppar and communnty outreach. budget many                       Volleyball Coach, 264 Hickey Gym. (8’         nwersl     noted above are hcing offered as part-time.
gan University Is seeklng an lndwidual to fill the                                                                         agemcnr. staff superwsion. and other duties es                   of California, Davis, CA 95616.
paswan of head women’ soccer coach. This
                              s                                                      s
                                                              s,tion of head men’ tennis coach. Thw II a fully
IS a full~bme I Z~month appoinlment. Major rem                time IZ~month appointment.           Major responw           asslgned by the athlebc director Qualifications:                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                            Assistant Coach. Women’ Votkyball. Term                  MESSIAH is a private, four-year Christian liberdl arts college that maintains
                                                              bilities include recrutnng. prowding skill end               Undergraduate degree required. Coaching =x-                      Contract: Twelve-month,         full&time annual al      a covenant relationship with the Brethnx-inChrist          Church. Faculty and
rponsibilities include recruiting, providing sklll                                                                                                                                          polntmenr. Responslblbtles:Primary responr
                                                              soategy tramirg. developing game slmtegie9 for                   ncnce aI the NCAA Division I level pr=ferr=d.
and sbategy training, developing game sLret=-
                                                                                                                           Lit monsrrati       ebllii 111   recruiting. public speak-       bllities m&d=: (1) mcruiting coordinator, (Z             coaches are committed to an evangelical expression of the Christian faith
                                                              varsity athletes. compiling and maintaining in-
                                                              dividual performance        ?)taU?)bcs. analyzing and        bng, mmmrment           to academia and NCAA mles                team waveI. (3) coordnste          strength end CDI      and to the distinctives of Christian liberal arts education. Messiah is a teach-
                                                              mterpreting statistics to provide data for devel~                                                                                                                                      ing institution that emphasizes instruction, scholarship and service. The
compiling and maln~amlng lndwidusl perfor-                    opmg games strategies and coachiipradice                                                                                                                                               collcgc subscribes to membership in Division IlI of the NCAA and the
mancc stnt~sucs. analyzing and interpreting tiaa              plans, manage busineu funcuans for the mm’           s                                                                                                                                 Middle Atlantic Conference.
Usucs to provide data for developing       game               tennis program. The coaching and admml~tra~
strategies and coachin /practke plans. man-                   Uon of the men’ tennis prcgrem rn”st be done
                                                                                 s                                                                                                                                                                   COMPENSATION will be commcnsurdte with qualfications, experience
age b”,iness f”ncUo~~ fb r the women’ soccer

                                                                                                                                        Director of
                                                              within NCAA and M.A.C. rules. Quallfcations                                                                                                                                            and other part-time coaching stipends at Messiah College.
program. The coaching and administration        of                      s
                                                              Bachrlor’ dewee; previou. succeuful coach-
the women’ soccer program must be dam                         ing expetic&,        wel~~developed witten and oral                                                                                                                                    APPLICATIONS and nominations are being accepted thmugh January 20,
within NCAA and M.A.C. rulea. QuIificaUms:                    communication        and organIzational skills. Ability
Bachelon degree:       rev,o”s successful coach-                                                                                                                                                                                                     1996,for the lacrosse and track and field positionsApplications for the vol-
                                                              to recruit end represent Western Michlgsn
,ng expnence:
                 wel P-developed written and oral
                 and orgmiznuan*l skllls. Ability
to recruit and rep-t       Wcucm Michigsn Um-
venky effecbvel m a varkty of situ&as       is re-
                                                              Unlvem~y       effectively .avsmty of situations

                                                              (I letter of applration
                                                              is required. The deadlane for recclpt of applics-
                                                              tbion is Janwry 8.19%. hpplkants shwld send
                                                                                          end resume to: Departs
                                                                                                                                    Sports Marketing                                                                                                 IeybaU position wilt be closed May 3 1. Letters of inquiry or applications
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     with vita, including copies of transcripts. references, placement file, plus a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     statement of identification with Christian liberal arts education, may be
  “wed. The de acK. for receipt of applkaUon 1s
                  kne                                                                                                                                                                                                                                sent to:
9 anuary 8,1996. App4kan~ should send (I kt-                  rnent of Human Resources. Job 0302. Westem
                                                              Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI 49008.
                                                                                                                          WTFJ a River City Broadcasting station, has an open                                                                                                     Dr. Iayron Shoemaker
                                                                          F\lchi en University is an Af~?rmstive
                                                                                8 pparlvn&y Employer.
                                                                                                                          ing for a Director of Sports Marketing. This positiol                                                                                                    Director ofAthletics
                                                                                                                          entails both the selling and administrative responsi                                                                                                       Messiah College
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Gmthatn, PA 17027
                                                              Track & Field                                               bilities of our premium sports franchises. WllI                                                                                               Phone:717/6916018;Fax:717/691~~4
This is a full-time,    IZ~month appomtment                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                          Indiana’ Sports Station, is the broadcast home c
         k dulin. Coach mm’ sacer. teach in
                                s                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Messiah College is an Affirmative Action/
         yancal educabon department       Rcsfwn-
                                                              Assistant   neck & Field cmchi
                                                              avanlable et Los An eles City Col ege. Slarl
                                                                                                                          Indiana University, Purdue University, the Indian’
slbilllio m&de teachmg sn “nits per semepm
Ier OS assigned. recruiting, nil related admlna~
                                                              Date: January 15, ,836. Req,re:n%:g:
                                                              school or college ex &xc.     field event coach
                                                                                                                          Pacers and Big Ten basketball. Additionally, Vvrp
wabve duties. cmching scheduling, and dlre&
jng summer soccer camp. Minimum qualifka~
                                                              pr=f=rred. Conlacr: I: ary Mamotti at 2131953.
                                                                                                                          broadcasts Big Ten football, the Indianapolis Colts ant
uons include mashis degme in phys~sl edw
cation or a related tleld (doctorate preferred),
                                                                                                                          produces a 200-page sports publication. The idez
colle IYe coaching experience and dcmon-
srm bf e quaky m cltwroom       teaching. Corrw               Volleyball                                                  candidate will provide a proven track record of mar
stone College h a christian liberal art¶ college,
and the successful candIdale wll enthus~s~titi-
                                                                                                                          keting and selling sports, demonstrate knowledge c
ally embrece Ihe Christian distinctives of the
ms~turmn Faculty rank and compensation will
                                                              Head Women’       s    Volkyball    Coach Search
                                                              Reopened: The University of New Hamphlre.
                                                                                                                          the Nielsen rating service and possess excellent negc
be commensurate with experience l-hi s=arch                   Responsible for plsmmg. coaching. recruiting
                                                              and scheduling competition         as well as sane
                                                                                                                          tiation skills. This is a tremendous opportunity for
beglns ,mmedlatel     and till continue until filled.
                                                                                m&ding      the development
                                                                            camp at U.N.H. AcUvdy recrut schol-
                                                                                                                   of e   highly motivated individual to join a growing prc
Fortosis, Athlelic Director, Comemtone Coil                   arship athletes and promote volleyball in the
                                                               state and within the seacoas1 to create greater
                                                                                                                          gressive company. Pre-employment         drug testing_
IO0 I E. BeltlIne. N.E.. Grand Rapids. MI 49 B 5.
Cornerstone Colkgc is an                                       visiblllty. A-131 with actwbes designed to en-             Women and minorities are encouraged to apply (EOE)                                                                                               S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 HEAD WOMEN’ SOCCER COACH
                                                               wue the department of women’ athletics as
AssIstant -II’ s   Boxer Coach. Full-time. 12.                 rssrgmd by athletic director. Adhere to all rhr            Send cover letter and resume to:                                                                                           Earlham College seeks applicants for head coach of its women’            s
monrh powon          Deadline for ep IkeLions.                 3olicie.v. rules and regulauons of U.N.H., the
December 3 I, 1995. Q”ellfica&xw        6 achelor’
                                                 s             Y.A C. and Uu NCAA. Minimum             “alitlcallans                                                                                                                                 soccer progmm. The successful candidate will be expected to share
degree re wed, master’ d ree preferred.
                            s                                             s
                                                               Bachelor’ dcgreelmssler’     s    pre 9erred. Three                                                                                                                                   additional   duties based on experience        and qualifications.   These
Head coat 1, ,ng experience at x e high-school                 years’ s”cc=ssf”l coachin        expenence of the
level or asslste”t coaching at thhecollegk4e Iew               :ollegiale level or compare %I= experience to ins
                                                               :l”de the mcnribnenl of sludent~athletes: pr=-
                                                                                                                                                      Human Resources                                                                                duties may includr swimming pool management                or coaching the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     women’ tennis team.
                                                               ~10~s voile ball competitive       experience a5 a
                                                               student-ath r ele preferred. Ap Ilcatwn rev~cyl to                                      3490 Bluff Road                                                                               Earlham is a selective, privatr, coeducational,      libenl arts college of
                                                               begin December 15. 1995 A c tontract pm+
    Responsibilities: A95191 wlLh adminwtrative du-
    ties. schedullm. ~reace. trw=l arrarwementr.               bon wll begin sppmximately           May I. 1996.
                                                               Send re%“m=. letter of nqury. and the nsmes
                                                                                                                                                  Indianapolis,   IN 46217                                                                           approximately     1,100 students, affiliated with the Religious Society
    budget,, eq”i&=nt          and s,xclal ~og~am,a
                                                               and phone numbcn of three references to: Judy                                                                                                                                         of Friends (Quakers). The candidate must be able to recruit acad-
    Superwlle recruiting. Stab Ish an matntam
    medla conmcts. Assist in academic develop-                 Ray, Dnctor of Women’ Athletics. hvers~ty
                                                                                           s                                                                                                                                                         emically strong student-athletes    under the Division III philosophy
    ment of laycm Maintenance and adm~n~strs-                                                                                                                                                                                                        and teach in the activity program. Intercollegiate        coaching experi-
    tion of 0 Pumnl a59ocIanon. Assist in continued
    developmenl       of summer camps and clinics.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ence, a national coaching license and a master’ degree are desired.
    Salsry:     Commensurate          with expmcncc.                                                                                                                                                                                                 July 1, 1996, staning date.
    Interested ep licants send letter of application.
    resme and tl ree references to Km Lolla. Head                                                                                                                                                                                                    Letter of application,   resume and three current letters of rccom-
    Soccer Coach. The University of Akron. Akron,
    OH 44325.5201.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   mendation     should be submitted         to: Porter Miller, Director     oft
    Head Women’ Soccer Coach. The Unwersity
    of Vlrgmts is -king

    soccer coach. Rnponnble
                              a q”aliRed individual for a
    full-time. I Z-month posmnn as head women’
                                     for sdminis~=rin all
    aspects of a Division I soccer program IM:Bud-
                                                       s                                  Director of Athletics                                                                                                                                      Athlrtics, Earlham College, 810 National Road West, Richmond, IN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     47374. Earlham College is an Equal Opportunity/Aflitmative
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Employer, and actively seeks applications from women, minorities

    ng recruitin        practke and game planning.                        Transylvania University is accepting                                              commitment to academic excellence, gender                                                and Quakers. Application      review will begin January 3,11)96.
    Candldates 3 ould poss=ss e strong commit-
    mcnt to motivate, teach. ro”nseI and recruit                       resumes and nominations for the position of                                          equity, and NAIA rules and standards.
    academkally       and sthlcbcelly talenkd stud=&
    sthktes Quskfications:        B.S. or B.A. rqured.                 Director of Athletics. The director, who                                             Experience in coaching, teaching, and
    Master’ d r=e preferred. Thm years’ exp=+
    ence (II a 3 ~vwon I level preferred. Demon-                       reports to the Vice President and Dean                                               athletic administration is highly desirable.
    strated success recrYltmenl toti1 dcvel-
    o mem of ,t”dent~athl=t=s.             Knowledge     of            of the College, administers an NAIA                                                  Excellent oral and written communication
     J CM r”les and NCAA cenliksllon
    off campus Is requred. Pmvm int rity, lead-
                                                 to mcr”i1             Division I progtam ax&&g      of seven men’   s                                      skills, along with interpersonal and
    ership and a thorough knowledge o collcg~ste
     soccer required. plesse submit leer of e Ii-
     tauon. resume and mferences to: Jane f.Rer,
                                                                       and seven women’ intermllegiate teams, 20
                                                                       intramtnaI sports, and several club teams.
                                                                                                                                                            organizational skilk, are necessary. A
                                                                                                                                                            master’ degree is required. This is a full-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         HEAD COACH OF
    Associate Athletic Director. PO Box 3785,
     Char!aaesv,lle. VA 22903. Deadline: Januar 8
      1996. The univenny         of Vlrglnls 18 en Ah,,:
                                                                       The director is responsible for planning and
                                                                       adminishatio~ coordination of student-
                                                                                                                                                            time, K&month position, expected to begin
                                                                                                                                                            no later than July 1,19%. salary will be
                           ccr Coach: The Catholic                     athlete recruitment, oversight of eligibility,                                       commensurate with qualifications and
    University of Amenca seeks spplications for
    y.so0n.l    posntion of head women’   s soccer
    coach Duties include planning! organuing. di-
                                                                       staffselection and development, supervision                                          experience.                                                                                                                   FIELD HOCKEY
    Raing a Division Ill program wlm emphasis CXI                      and evaluation of full-time and part-time                                               Founded in 1780, Transylvania was the
    recruiting and providing expertise In skills and
    f”ndam=ntals. Qu¶li~cauoM m&de bochclor’      s                    coaches, budget development and manage-                                              sjxteznth college in the United States.                                                   LOCK HAVEN UNIVERSITY                 of Pennsylvania invites applications for
    44”.      Expenmce coaching or playi? at the
    co cgmte I=v=I. Thorough knowledge o NCAA                          ment, event management, public relations,                                            Current enrollment is approximately 930                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the full-time, 12-month position of Httad <;)ach of Women’ Field Hockey.
    rulcs~end regulations arid II commitment to the
    value) and m,ssw~ dC U.A. Eff&ve start date                        promotion, and other appropriate duties.                                             students. Ikansylvania is an independent                                                  Additional duties in lacrosse or another spring sport possible. QUALIFI-
    of position is September 1. 1996. Send cover
    letter, resume and three references to: Ike
                                                                          The successfulcandidate will have a clear                                         residential liberal arts college with a strong                                            CATIONS:               s                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Bachelor’ degree required, master’ preferred. Successful col-
                                                                       understanding of the role of athletics within                                        commitment to academics and the tradition                                                 lege coaching experience and operation of summer camp progtam preferred.
                                                                       an academic liiral arts setting and a strong                                         of scholar-athletes.                                                                      REQUIREMENTS:            To initiate and handle all aspects of a successful
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Division 11 (Possibly Division 1) field hockey program including coaching,
    Maryland   BslUmore County      Full-time i2-                                                                                                                                                                                                     recruiting, summer camp operation and administrative duties;, knowl-
    month posibon Responsibilii=s: AdmInIster all                        To app& pkave send a &tiled letter ofappiicnt&  trswne, and names ofjivepmfGona1     refmnca                                                                to;              edge of and commitment to NCAA and university rules. SALARY:
    phases of e Diviskzan I women’ soccer program
                                 s                                                  sea?ehcotnmiae e do Ojice of ik Dean of rhcCollege. Tramylvania University,                                                                                       Commensurate      with qualifications    and experience. APPLICATION:
                                                                                300 North Bnnd~~~y, Ltigtoq    KY4050&17p7. Appricorionr will k review& 11sthy are                                                                                    Forward letter of application and rewmc,     alone, with names and telephone
                                                                                                 rec&ed and will be accepd until Jmwty 20.19%.
    one and off-field r=spMsibilities as aulgned by                                                                                                                                                                                                   numbers      (only)    of three     (3) re f etencrs      to: Sharon     E. Taylor, Dlrector  of
    the athletic director. U.M.B.C.. en sutonomous
    campus of the Unwersity of Maryland S stem.
                                                                             LhnrylvmbUatve~bmEqmlOpportmltyEmphycrmd~-                                                                               mlnoritb
                                                                                                                                                                                                    and    toapply.                                   Athletics, Lock Haven Univrrsicy, Lock Haven,                          PA 17745. Applications
    laakd     on approximately      500 acres. 1 6 mm-                                                                                                                                                                                                accepted until posmon LSfilled. ANTICIPATED                               STARTING            DATE:
    “les south of Balnmore. serves metropolitan                                                                                                                                                                                                       January 1996.
    Bsltwnorc as it. “blic doctoral grsnlln            rep
    s=arch universilv. p. we3 more than lO.Odstu-
               “lauon~bnh m,d=ntial end commuter.                                                                                                                                                                                                     Lock 1 laven Univcnity of Pmnsylvania is an Equal Opyw)nunity/A~innatlvc
    i%r8         is .s r&her    of the NCAA DIVISION I
    Big South Conference          Qualificstions:  Bach~                                                                                                                                                                                              Action Employer and cncourdges applications from minorities, women, vrt-
    elor’ degree requwed. Ability lo recrull highly
    competitive      Division I level student~athletes;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      rranh and persons with disabilitirs. Lock Haven University   IS a mcmher of
    won      commun~cahon         skills: knowled e of                                                                                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Pennsylvania’ Sratr Sybtrm of Higher Education.
     NC A.f rules and r=g”lations. three yesn 07 I)“=.

       December 18,199s                                          -
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                                                                                                                             ncva holds membemhip in the National                                                                             Summer Cm&es and Staff Needed. Top bays
                                                                                                                             sociath of lntercdleg&         Athletics (N.A.I.A.   lntramurals                                                 sports csmp in sa&ern Maine needs a quaIlL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        26. 199%September       II. 18. 25. Contact
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Monte Cater. 304/876-5263 or 304/876-6393.
                                                                     comer&one cdkge, Grand i7bpfd* mkhlgen.                 vision I). The head conch is responsible for                                                                     lied knms and waterfront head as well as col-
                                                                     invites applicatiaru for Head Vdkyball Coach.                                                                                                                                                                                      Onhnnity d Wisconsin-&eat        Bay (Women’ s
                                                                                                                             ministerirq all aspecta oilhe so&r and sof-                                                                      legiate athletes to coach the followlng teem
                                                                     Thm II S full-time. 12.month a&ointment.                                                                     ldramuml        Caordinetor,     Student     Affairs.                                                                 Besketball) 1s sccktng appments for 1996-97
                                                                                                                             II programs tncludmg recruiting. budgeting.                                                                      sports: Baseball. hockey. soccer. basketball 4
                                                                     Rinciple duties: Coech women’ volleyball,                                                                    $23.00&$26.000         (12 months)        Recreation                                                                  toumamcn( on December 6-7. Contact Tishha
                                                                                                                             whng. scheduling. pm&e supervision. con-                                                                         kcr-.      Also tennis and swimmm (Red Cross
                                                                     teach m the physical education department.                                                                   Services. a department of the Division of                                                                             Htll. 414/465-2145.
       l    Continuedfrom           page    I8
                                                                     Responsibilities include teaching six unl(s per
                                                                                                                             cting in-and-out-of-season       player derelap~     Student Affairs at Temple University. is seek-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              certtiicabons). waterskiers end sailors. archem.
                                                                                                                             zrlt and supDortinq academk develapment of                                                                       and canoerx. Rerquisiles:     nonsmokers, play            FOOtbOW               M
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‘ (SC.) Cdlege is seek-
                                                                     semester as assigned. recruiting. all related ad-                                                            ing an irtdividusl to be respanstble for the co-
                                                                                                                             ,dent~ath&es.       j;ddluonal    duues mclude                                                                   span For school. love worktng wtth ktds (even             ing homeand-home       series (NCAA Division U)
       cm” OFthe vi&an         era. or semal orkntation.             ministrative d&a.      coachina schedulina. and                                                              ordinalan of the intramural program, special
                                                                                                                             Khlrg wlrhm the pttyslcal educabon depart-                                                                       bcgmnnem). has patience and is responsible and            or guarantee      (NCAA Dwrion       I-AA) For
       For “ore information. call Human Resources                    directing summer &ybedcemp.               Min%num                                                            event sctivitin and tournaments. a?i well a5 the
                                                                                                                             cnq acttvely pamcipating in csmpus activi~                                                                       reliable. Staff needed June 16-August 16.                 September 7.1996. and September 6.1997:
       Services. 314/882-4256,       or U.S. Department                                              s
                                                                     quslihabans include master’ degree in phys-                                                                  schsduling d recreatIonal activik.        Duties &a
                                                                                                                             9: and fulfilling other related duties and re                                                                    h~tp://                Contact Head Coach John Perry at 600/476-
       of Educauon, OfFice for Ctvtl Rtghts.                         ical education w a releted field (doctorate pre-                                                             will tnclude the management of the equipment
                                                                                                                             rrmibiliiks as assigned by the athletic direc        room penonnel and equpment loan distribu-                   Camp Wildwood, 838 West End Avenue. New                   7272, ea. 8244.
       Nathcsst bdsbr.n        Llnkntty     is now accept-           ferred). collegiate coaching experience and                                                                                                                              YorkCtty. NY 10025or212/316-1419.
       tng spPlkaoons fa (I wcmen’ &ybell
                                       s             co&h.           demonstrable aualltv in classroom teaching.                                         s
                                                                                                                             : Ctualtftcaticne: Master’ degree in physical        tim and the supervision of rhe Ihess/welght                                                                           DMsion     I Women’      s     Soccer.  Campkll
       Preferred candidates should demonstrate an                    Cornerstone Cdlkg~is a Christian liberal a&             ucstion or related area and demonstrated             m.x,,s duting tt,e ,ummer months. Qualified                                                                           University needs one Division I team to play tn
       aklih in the follcwirw: cm&ii          and dwelcw             college, end the successful candidate will en-          cces#ul coaching and teaching exprtence.                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                  candidate will possess n bachelor’ degree in                                                                          the 4.% annual Kickoff Classic September l3-
       meni of volleyball st;dm~~atb!&.          recnitiig.          tbusisstically embrace the Christian dktmcUvn           erestcd candidates may send a letter of sp-          recreauon. physical education or sporu ad-                                                                            14. 1996. Field of teems includes Campbell,
       fiscal management scheduling, and averseevlg                  of the tns”~lon. Faculty rank and corrvperus-           ca-3i-l. resllme. tTarIscrlptu. e permnal state-     ministdon,      witi one or more yesm OFrelated                                                                       Central Flonda and Hofan. Please conbct
       Ihe acad&c       prcgres of stucient-athletes. The            tim will be comm-ete         va t?x@ence. liw           mt of Chrislim imiti, and the names and ad-          cxDederce In a recle(Iuorl setiina with emtie-                                                                        Heed Coach Rrk Helms, 910/593-1332.
       candidates should have exprknce           wodung tn           search tegns tmmedistely end will ccntinuc IXI-         *sses of three reference         to: Ms. Jackie                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                  si.’ in inbamurals; master’ de&e preie&d.                   Frostburg    State Unhwsity       needs Football
       a culturally diverse university environment.                                                                          MS. Auocme Duector of Warn’         s    AthI&&.     Scheduling andpicy        enforceri+      experience        ga”e3ior    September 14.1996 September 13.               Wcmen’ Sasketbalk Auburn Uruverwty has an
                                                                     til fitled. Send ktkr of applicatin,   r-e     and
       Northeast buisiana Univers~tv u e member of                   names end phone numbem of three referencea              nevs Colkac. 32M Colleuc Avenue. Beaver              net-ry        U’a procwing        skdls and fint atd        1997: September 12. 1995: September 11,                   apenlng For the Dial Soap Clsv~c November 29
       the buthland co"iermce.        A t&hClOil &Qrce               to: Bob Fort&s. Atbletlc Direax. Comer&we               Ils. PA IMiD. Warnen & ethnic mlnadk                 and sefety orientation skills also are requwed.             1999. Clease contnct byal K. Perk. Dwctor of              and 30. 1996. The flcld of teams tnclud~
       13fquwcd and 0 minimum of two (2) years Full-                 Cdkgc, I’    ll   E. B&line, N.E., Grand Rapids,        c mcauraged        to apply The mission of           War coun work VI exercise-related sciences,                 Athletics, at 301/667-4471 or 4462.                       Geargin Sadhan. Alabama State and Auburn.
       time coaching expnmce           at the Division I or          Ml 49505 Corner&me           College is an QuaI         -a      College is to educate and minister toe       C.R.S.S. IN.1.R.S.A.) cettitication. A.C.S.M. or            Men’ Basketbalk Urbana Umverwty is seek-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   s                                                    A S2.wO guamtee           will be pad. along wth
       Division II level es a head or asststen1 coach in-            Opportunity Employer. Fax: 616/285-l 542.               ,cr!+c commllnity of Studenb for me p”rpose          N.A.SM:&,ess        ce&cation.     and C.P.R. certi-        ing one team (N.A.I.A. or NCAA II or Ill). for            banquet. all~toumamenr teem and M.V.P. giRs
       cluding recruiting msponsibilities or equivalent                                                                      &velopinQ servant-leaden, transfomIing Y)m           ik*Uon      all are preferred. Position 3trn-w              the Peps1 TIP-Off Tournament for the 1996-97              Contact Auburn         Women’   s Basketball    at
       coochina and edmmtstrabve ertxrience                re-       Heed     Women’s      VolkybeU      Coech/Senior        %y For the kingdan of Christ.                        February 19, 1996. Interested candidates must                                                                         334/M&9772       For further mformabon.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              season. on November 22 & 23. 1996. In
       quired. ~ktter d appllcatlon. muIne and rhree                                                                                                                              md letter of application. resume and three (3)              Urbana. OH. Guarantee lodging. banquet,                   FootbaU: Western llllnals Unlvemy. Dnwon I-
       (3) leuen of recommendation should be sent                    Bachelor’ s degree artd previous cbllegiate                                                                  letters of recornrnmdat!at     by January 5, 1996,          ~&game hospitality roan. gifts. lndwldual and             AA, hss openings in 1996 and 1997 Home
       to: Diane Stark. Asststent Athletic Director,
       Northeast Louisiana Unlvemlty. 308 Stedtum
                                                                     cbachln~ experlcnce are rqumrd. Respcaible
                                                                     for all aspects of a successful Dlvlsion I vollcy~      kaduate Assistant                                    tn Marion Parker, Employment Rep. Temple
                                                                                                                                                                                  Universtty. Req. #394-5. R m 203. U.S.B.. 1601
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              team .¶wards. Ah, se&kg teams For home and                games needed for 1996 on any of the follows
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              away cc.“tez.ts for the 1996-97 season Conkxi             ing dates: August 31, September 14. 21, 28:
       Drive, Monroe, tA 71209. Approxtmate start                    ball program.        Summer       camp available.                                                            N. Broad Street. Phdadelphia. PA 19122. An                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Bob Ron&. Head Men’ Basketball Coach. et                  or October 26 Open dates in 1997 are August
       date: Apiil I. 1996.                                          Administrative responslbtltbn        include repre-                                                          Equal Opportunity/AMrmstive         Action Employ-          513/4&l-1325.
                                                                     .%cnl&q -ends       sp3l-k et the &parvnenL ccr~        hktk lhudng Graduate Asslstantshfps (2):                                                                                                                                   30: September 13. 20: October 14, I& and
                                                                                                                                                                                  er. M/F/V/H.
       Unttwsky of wl,constn,        MedIaon, Asswam                 ference and NCAA levels. and performing eli~            was State Univemi~, B Diviti       I institution,                                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Men’ Besketbll. DMslon Ill. Central College.              November 15 Contact Helen Smiley (309/29%
       Wanen’ Volleyball Coach. Appoinbnent: 100
                s                                                    gibility and recruittng compksnce atiwbes For           ers two IO~marth pasltwns with rm teaching.                                                                      need teem to complete tourney December 6m                  1106) or Rmdy Ball (309/29&1515).
       percent. IO-month positron Deadline For ap-                   all sports. Starting date negotiable wth early          msry responsibility: One assistentshlp work-
                                                                                                                             1 wth uwnen’ volleyball and softball; one
                                                                                                                                                                                  M iscellaneous                                              7. 1996 Contact Lionel Sin”.                              Footbek Wilkes University, PA (Divism Ill). two
       plicatbm December 30.1995. Salary minimum                      1996 preferred. Review of applications will b+                                                                                                                          East Stroudsburg Untwstty of East Strouds-                openings in 1997 and 1996. lnokng for a two-
       $25.000. Position Available: January 1, 1996.                 gin lmmedtetely and continue until position is                      s
                                                                                                                             h women’ soccer and gymnastics. Deadline                                                                         burg, Pennsylvania, is seeking an away lo&                year home and hcme. Oven dates are: Dctober
       Dubes: Assnt the heed coach of a Division I                   filled. Send letter of application, resume and &~         application: February I, 1996, or until pa-                                                                    ball QO",C for September 28.1996. and a home               11 and October 25 in 1997. and October 10
       worrlen~s “dkybdl program m accord.arlce with                 erences to: Dr. W m L SteinbrEher, Dire&x               IO-S are filled. Send ktter of application and       Department Heds/lnstructors:      Chmse born
                                                                                                                                                                                  m~m than 40 camps, New York. Meine.                         icatball game on Seplcmber 27.1997. Conted                and October 24 in 1996. Contact Addy
       NCAA. Big Ten and university regdaUons. ,&                    of Athletics, Valparalso Untverwty. Valpsraiao.         .ee letters of recommendaUan         to: Kathy                                                                   Earf w Edwards at 7 17142.2.3659.
                                                                                                                                                                                  PeMsylvanla pnvatelyowned children’ camps.                                                                            ~a1~t-b    at 7 17/a31-4033.
       the number one swstmt lhe areas OF re=Pon-                    IN 46383. Equsl Opportunity Employer.                   hmedwmd. Heed AtbleUc Trainer, Campus
                                                                                                                                                                                  Teach soccer, tennis, hockey. baseball. basket.                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Women’ Basketbell: The Unlversltv of Men
       sibility include coaching, recmiling. wau&.                                                                           M[ 2660, Illinois State Untvcrst~y. Normal IL
                                                                                                                             790-2660. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative              bell, lacrosse, gymnastics.   swimming. etc.                phn needs a Dwiaon I team to co&plete the
       public relations. sdminktretive duties, and oh-
                                                                                                                                                                                  Arlene. 600/443~6428, 5161433.6033.                         tady Tiger Classic, November 29-30, 1996.
       er duties es assigned Quellficauons: Bachelor’
       degree required. At least three years of sue-
                                                        s            Phys. Ed./Athletics                                     tion University encouragmg dwenity.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Athktk 6 Aquatk posltbns avalbbk in all err
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Banquet and @s. with a guarantee negotiable.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Return game negotiable. Contact Angela Scott.
       ceuiul      callegtate   coschmg     experience.                                                                                                                           eas m&ding bus&II. bask&ell. lacnsse. vd                    901/67&2315
       Knowledge of NCAA rules and rcgulauons.
       Demonstrated abtkty to recruit and develop
                                                                     He&h. F’     byrlcal Eiiucatlan. and Recreation:        lternship                                            leyball and tennts. Excellent coed residential
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              DM.sbn I Women’ VdkybeU. Northern Anzcna
                                                                     5dtbau Coach: Blufkan College anno”“ces I                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                  children’ camps seek pzrsons w&t proven abil-                                                                         ball and bask&$      ciptain seeks grad&      asp
       Division I student&athletes at a highly compet-                                                                                                                            ity to caardlnete, duct and teach kids Positions            University 1s laakmg for two teems to fill the            s&ant coach of baseball positton for the 1996.
                                                                     ful~umc. tenuretrack Sculty posi+an in health
       tivc academr mstttutnn Demonstrated sborg                                                                             !gloneI Fund-Rdsing Intern: The UniveGty             also include invdvement in programming and                  Annual Lumberiack Classic. S-wtember I3 G                 1997 acedemic year. Currently coaching high-
                                                                     physical education. and recreation beginning
       interpemonal and c-unicatlon          sktlls to err                                                                    fiaml (FL) is accepting application3 for an         management *cuv1ty. All areas offer top-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ofthe                                        14, 1996. tua’  rantco:    Tie iights lodging            scbml basebdl. Will relocate to any area OFthe
                                                                     Fall 1996 Rank dependent an quslitkauon,.
       hence interacllon WI& &u&nt-athletes.        peers,                                                                   err! position In he regional athlebc develop-        notch iscilities and equipment as well as op.               (eight rooms). banquet. tournament T-shirt and            United States. Lmking for ‘   foot~in&c~door”
                                                                     Master’ degree rqulred. Physical educstion
       alumni. administmtive pemxtnel and the con-                                                                           nt oike. Posttion runs fmm early January to          portunities to expend and grow program. Vital               awards. Also laakmg for two-year home and                 position et college level. Certified in strength
                                                                     and recreation generaltst wtth ability to teach
       mu&y. Application: Send letter of appliistico                                                                         ,y 31. 19%. and pays $l.OOO For serrester.           hat persons et-joy working with kids and have               home sews. Rease contact N AU Volleyball                  and conditioning and willing to assume any rem
                                                                     in several areas of the Reid. Preference For col-                                                                                                                        Cosch Keiley Sliva st 520/52.3-5649.
       and resume to: John Cook, Head Volleybell                                                                             lil or fax a cover letter end resume to:             the energy and enthusiasm to match Ac-                                                                                smnsibilities related ta bevball ~roaram while
                                                                     leglate experience in coachii       softball as well
       Coach, 1440 Monroe Street. Madison. WI                                                                                tiversity of Miami Hurricane Club, Attention         commodabcns for families and sh~ln. Salaries                Foatbatt. Shepherd College (W.V.) NCAA II, is             v&g                         s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    toward master’ d&e:         Contact:
                                                                     es b&&ball        or volleybell. Respanstbiltttes in-
       53711. Note: Unless confidentiality is request-                                                                       m Harvey, 3467 W. Hlllsbxo Blvd., Suite 2.           negotiable, room, board and tra& expenses                   seektng opponents For the Following dates:                Henry Hanky, 3525 Davenport Street NW.
                                                                     clude teaching ~vcral. but not all. of the iol-
       ed in writing. tnformauon regarding the appli~                                                                        wfield Beach. FL 33442. Fax 305/427~                 provtded. Cell 800/54s-5446.     Staff Search. 3             199hSeptember7,21;        November 16.1997-              Apt 100. Washington, DC 20008; 202/244
                                                                     lowtng COUIYI)’ Fit For Life, Recreation
       CS”k must be released upon request. l%sliits                                                                          819.                                                 West Main Street. Elmsford, NY 10523.                       September6.20.27        1996-September   12, 19,          4160.
       cannot be guaranteed confidentiality.          The            Mminisbation,       Sport and Society, Recreation
       University of Wlxansm Madison is an Equal                     and the Aging Process. Facilities Planning and
       opporturlity Employer.                                        ConstrwSion. Teem and lndividuel Sports, and
                                                                     Recreation AM and Crafts. Cwchwtg duties m-
       Head Women’ Vdkvball Coach. Qudi%z.stiorcl:                   dude responsibility For the organization and ad-
                 s                           s
       Bachelor’ degree re$uired. master’ referred:                  minisimtion of all phaws of sn NCAA Division
       knowledge of and ability to apply N e AA rules
       and reguietims. Two (2) years’ college coach-
       ing experience prefened. Must have demon-
                                                                     Ill softball prcgram while also serving a9 an as-
                                                                     sistant coach in eimer volleyball or basketball
                                                                     Conslderstion of applications begins January
                                                                                                                                                   Vassar College                                                                                          CENTRE COLLEGE
       skated sbilii in the iollowicg: coaching and de-               15, 1996. and continues until an sppainbnent
       velopment of volleyball student~athletes. rep                 is made. Addluonal information is available at          ‘
                                                                                                                             ASSAR       COLLEGE seeks a full-time, renure-track fa-                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Head Women’ Basketball Coach
       cruiting, flsccal management, scheduling end        
       fund-raising. Responsibllltues to include the ore             Send letter of mterest snd resume or vita to.           ulty/coach starring August 1996. This person will be respon-
       gannetion, dire&an and admnstrabon            of a            Amy M. Tabler, A%sistant tc. the V.P. and Dean                                                                                                                           Centre College, an academically         competitive, undergraduate
       Division I women’ volleybdl pr rem: to I”-
                          s                                          dAca&mu          Afhn. Bluffton Cdlege, 280 West        ble for overseeing the elevation to varsiry scams of the men’    s                                                                                              arts in NCAA Division
       dude coachmg. coordination “B recruiting
                                           o                         College Avenue. Bluffton. OH 45617-I 196.
       process, monitortng academic progress, bud-                   Equal opportwliry Employer
                                                                                                                             Id women’ club crew program during the 1996-97 acade                                                             III and the Southern Colle                                seeks appli-
       get mensgement, public relations. fund-rswng
                                                                                                                              ic year. The successful candidate will organize and admin                                                                                      s 1s a lo-month appointment renew-
       and ,Wng         H P.E. courses Send letter of “pm                                     s
                                                                     Head Coach: Women’ Soccer E Softball.
                                                                     Geneva College, a Christian literal arts college
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              able annually. Responsibilities:        All aspects of a Division III
       plication and resume with names and phone
       numbers of three reierences to’ Mr. Bobbv                     in the Reformed tradibon. seeks candidates for
                                                                                                                             cer all aspects of the crew program, including the purchas                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              women’ basketball rogram, in&din             compliance with NCAA
       Thompson. Director oiAthl&ics. The Unwer&                     .s full-time, nontenured faculty posibon in the         ‘equipment, the hiring of an assistant coach and the devel                                                       and conference regu5)  atlons, student-at a lete recruitment, sched-
       d Texas et San Antonio. 6900 N. Loop 1604                     phywal l ducsoon/athletic      departments. The
       West. San Antomo. TX 78249.0691.              Apt             individual hired will be responsible for all phas.      >ment of the waterfront      property (a boathouse) on rh                                                        uling and budget management. The successful candidate will
       plicstion deadline is December 29. 1995 The                                     s
                                                                     es of the wmnen’ soccer and softball progmma.
                                                                                                                              udson river. Additional    responsibilities    include teachin                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              have a master’ degree, a commitment to Division III philoso-
       Univcmty of Texas at San Antann 1s an Aft
       fumauve Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 hy and experience in coaching basketball at tbe college level.
       Women and minorities are encouraged to ap.                                                                            &time aquatics sports in the credit-course program. Master                                                        n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              P addition, background and/or experience in coaching a sec-
       Ply.                                                                                                                  :gree in physical education/athletics      or professional equiv                                                 ond sport and stron interest in teaching in the physical edu-
       Head Women’ Volkybatl Coach. Salary com-
                                                                                                                              ent required with experience in college coaching and teach                                                      cation program will & e beneficial. Submit letter of application,
       mcnrurate with qualifications and expenencc.
                 s                          s
       Bachelor’ degree requred. master’ preferred
                                                                            CAMP WATITOH                                                                                                                                                      resume, transcripts and letters of recommendation             to: Ray
       m Dhvsical education or related tield Fwe wars                       BECKET, MASS.                                    ~gpreferred. Send curriculum vitae and three letters of rei                                                      Hammond, Director of Athletics, Centre College, 600 W. Walnut
       oi’e&ience       coaching volkybsll I” ~nter&lle-                                                                     .ence to: Roman Czda,      Chair, Search Committee,         Vassa                                                Street, Danville, KY 40422. Review of applications will begin
       glate sthleucs The university is a member of
       the Southlend Conference and the NCAA Diw
                                                                                    AQUATICS                                 ‘allege, Rex 132, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601, by February 21                                                         January 15 and continue until the posltion is filled. Centre
       sion I. Responsibilities. Prowde coaching lead-                              DIRECTOR                                 396. Vassar is an Affirmative     Action/Equal       Opportunit                                                  College is an Equal Opportunit         Employer seeking to increase
       ership, organization and suprvlswn for all as-
       pects of the women’ volleyball program in-
                               s                                     Fxpenenced swtm coazh (WSI) U> wpervise                                                                                                                                  diversity of its professional sta Pf.
       cluding recruiting. compllsnce with NCAA legs                 and dtrect extensive l&c-front water sports
       islation, scheduling. PrscUce. veining and cons
       ditioning, scouting. iund~raislng. promotions,
       etc. Thorough knowledge of NCM rules, ex-
       cellent velbal and communicatio” skills. a corn-
                                                                             BASKETBALL &
       rmlment to the well-being of student~athletes
       at a strong academic schml. Application dead-
                                                                            SOCCER COACHES
       line: Februsrv I. 1996. Letter d aoolicatian. re              to inauct all skill and age levels. 6I21-8/2 I
       s.umc. mns&p~ and B minimu& ‘ three rd-
       erences should be sent to: Tynes Hildebrand.
       Athletic Dir&or, Northwestern Sr~te University.
                                                                     Top salary, &we1 s&idy
                                                                                                and ltvmg accom~
                                                                                 Contact: Wtll~an~ Hnh. CAMP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     M id-Eastern                            Athletic                Conference
       Athleuc Fieldhouse, Natchitochcs. L4 71497.                   WATITOH.     28 Sammn Lane. white Plains.
       3161357~5459. Fax: 3l0/357-4221.
       western State Unweray 1%an Affirmative AC-
                                                  North              NY 10605.914/428~1894.                                                                                                                                                                          C O M M ISSIONER
       tion/E!.qqualOppartunlty lnsutuu~n Women and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              THE MID-EASTERN ATHLEllC CONFERENCE (MEAC) IS accepting applications for the po5l-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              tlon of Commissioner. The MEAL 14 an NCAA D~ws~on I level/Division I-AA football conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              composed of 10 inetitutions:   Bethwe-Cookmsn        Collcgc, Copp~n State College. Delaware
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              State Ilnivcrslty. FlorIda A&M U n )wrsity, tiamprnn Unlvers~ty. Howard Oniversity. Maryland
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Eastzm Shore. Morgan State Ilnivcnlty.      North Carolina A&T Ilnivcraity, and South Carolma

                       SUPERVISOR OF                                                                                                                                                                                                          State Onwerbity.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              The commlssioncr     reports VI the Council of Chief Executive OHictrs (CCEOs) and selves as
                     FOOTBALL OFFICIALS                                                                                                                                                                                                       the conference chief cxc‘    utive officer wth overall managcrlal responsib!llty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              fiscal affairs. administration    of confcrcnce policica. proccdurec, and programs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 for confewnce

                      Western Athletic Conference                                                                                                                                                                                             QLtALIFICATIONS: t&stir’   s    degree preferred; an overall knowledge of NCAA rules and pro
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              cedurrs is required: strong public relation5 skills as well as excellent oral and written corn-
           The Western Athletic Conference is seeking qualified applicants                                                                                                                                                                    municatlon skills: five to seven years of athletics admInIstration  with conference &cc expe-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              nence prefemd: demonstrati        experience IKIevent managemet% and market+      and prom&on
           for a part-time position of Supervisor of Football Officials.                                                                                                                                                                      skills, e$ptcially as it relates to corporate and ttlevislon entItles: and strateq~     planning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and fund-raising capabllltlcs.
           QUALIFICATIONS:        Comprehensive knowledge of football rules,
           officiating techniques and mechanics; minimum of fwe years’ expa-                                                                                                                                                                  RESPON$IBILITIES:       The com”lS&wcr    till coordinate all conference meetings. the confer-
           rience officiating NCAA Division I football; ability to communicate                                                                                                                                                                ence calendar. the letter of intent program. postseason conference championships.           ellglb!l-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ity records and conftrcncc awards. Moreover. the commisbiontr         mwt aggressively market
           successfully, both written and orally, with officials, coaches, media
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and prom~%~ the MEAC V, corporate entities and media outictb: seek other creative mean+
           and WAC administrators.                                                                                                                                                                                                            offlnanc~al support as a way to cnhantc conference revenue beyond traditional         membership
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              dues and NCAA enhancement funds: mamtain accurate financial records: generate annual
           RESPONSIBILITIES:        Supervise all areas of football officiating,                                                                                                                                                              rcparts: prepare annual budget: oversee training, aesignment and objefilvc evaluation of all
           including but not limited to, assigning, training and evaluating offi-                                                                                                                                                             officials in confcrcnce bpott6: supervfse all conference activities      and sports mformatlon
           cials.                                                                                                                                                                                                                             operations: a%erpret and assist compliance with MEAUNCAA            rules and policies; negotiate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              sure     facllltles and contracts  for MEAL basketball tournaments:         super&c    conference
           SALARY:    $20,000-$25,000 per year. Successful applicant need                                                                                                                                                                     cfke staff. and perform other dut,es as asslgned by the LCEOa.
           not reside in Denver.                                                                                                                                                                                                               SALARY RANGE: Commenwratc                 with erper~ence and eduwcional        background.
           APPLICATION               DEADLINE:              January 5,1996.                                                                                                                                                                    STARTING DATE: Spring 19%

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               APPLICATION PROCEDURE:              1 ettcr   of application.   re5urne and three    letters   of reference
           STARTING           DATE:        February 1,1996.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               should be sent to:
           Send resume to:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ma Terry M. Jones
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Administrative       Assistant, Cf%e nf the President
                                        Karl Benson, Commissioner                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Delaware State University
                                        Western Athletic Conference                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Dover. DE 19301
                                              P.O. Box 372850
                                         Denver, CO 80237-2850                                                                                                                                                                                                      Appllcatlons       must be rcccivcd by Januay        26.1996
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W Legislative                                                assistance
                                                                                                  a representative of an institution’ athletics interests to provide                     and conditioning    coach is present only to supervise such activ-
                                                                                                  funds to cover the cost of a coach’ leg31 representation either
                                                                                                                                      s                                                  ities for safety purposes (i.e., the individual does not conduct
                                                                                                  directly to the coaching staff member or the staff member’       s                     the workout). Under such circumstances, the weight training
                                                                                                  legal representative,   inasmuch as such funds arc considcrcd                          and conditioning    activities do not have to be confined solely to
NCAA               Bylaw            14. I-6.2.2                                                   supplemental     pay, the receipt of which is contrary to Bylaw                        the             s
                                                                                                                                                                                              institution’ weight facilities.
Full-time   program/    I l-hour                       requirement       -                         I I X2.2.
correspondence       counes                                                                                                                                                              Correction
   NCAA institutions should note that in accordance with Bylaw                                    Partial        qualifiers        and nonqualifiers                                     NCAA       Postseason   Football  Guide -                      Bylaw   16.8. I .5 -, at the time of competition, a student~athlcte must be                                 Conditioning        activities     with   weight     and strength      coach           incidental    expenses   at championships
enrolled in not less than 12 semester or quarter hours, regard-                                       Division I institutions should note that, as set forth in Bylaws                   and certified     bowl games
                       s definition of a minimum full-time pro-
less of the institution’                                                                , 11.7.S.l.l and11., a weight (strength and con-                          NCAA institutions should note that in the NCAA Postseason
gam of studies. At the 1994 NCAA Convention, Icgislarion w3s                                      ditioning) coach may cor~dur~ flexibility, warmup and physical                         Football Cuidc, page 15, the prnnissihle per diem during bowl
adopted to preclude stwlerlt-athletes from using correspondence                                   conditioning     activities prior to any giune and prior to or during                  games is listed incorrectly as $10 per day. In accordance with
courses for purposes ofestiiblishing    fitll-rime enrollment or for                              any prartire or other organized activities without being includ-                       Bylaw 16.X.15, an institution may provide student-athletes par-
satisfying the 12-hour rcquiremcnt.                                                               ed in the coaching        limitations. Further, partial qualifiers and                 ticipating in iin NCAA championship          or certified postseason
                                                                                                  nonqualificrs     who are serving an academic- year in residence                       bowl game $20 per day (for a period not to exceed I I) days) to
NCAA               Bylaw            I                                                     may participate in voluntary conditioning         activities supervised                cover unitemized incident31 expenses during travel and prac-
Supplemental                  pay                                                                                    s
                                                                                                  by the institution’ strength coach, inasmuch as such activity is                       tice for championship        events. The per diem may be provided
    NCAA institutions should note that in accordance with Bylaw                                   not considered a countable athletically related activity. During                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                         only after the institution’ team departs for or reports to the site
1 l.S.2.2, an outside source is prohibited from paying or regu-                                   its October 5, 1995, telephone conference, the Interpretations                         of the championship       or postseason bowl contest.
larly supplementing      an athletics department                  s
                                                      staff member’                                                                              s
                                                                                                  Committee determined that an institution’ sport-specific strength
annual salary and from arranging to supplement the salary for                                     and conditioning coach (who is not included in the institution’       s                   This material zoos povidxzd by the legislative S~~LAGX  staflas an uid
an unspecified     achievement.     This includes the donation of                                 coaching limitations in the applicable sport) may be involved                          to member institutions.  If an institution   has a question or comment
cash from outside sources to the institution earmarked for the                                    in on- or off-field or on- or off-court weight training and con-                       regarding thir column, such cxn~s@de~         should be directed to Nay
staff member’  s salary or supplemental         income. During its                                ditioning activities with partial qualifiers or nonqualifiers,       pro-              L. Mitchell, assistant executive director/or    le@htive services, at the
October 25, 199.5, telephone        conference,    the NCAA Tnter-                                vided the partial qualifiers or nonqualifiers are participating in                     NCAA national o@. This information is available on th Collegiate
pretations Committee determined that it is not permissible for                                    such activities on 3 voluntary basis and the sp0ort-specific strength                  Sports Network.

Committee                                                              chairs address clearinghouse,                                                                                                     waiver                               issues
                                                                                                                                                                                                               ber is expected to increase even more as other
        The chairs of three NCAA committees have
made recommendatirms
the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse’ abil-
                                                 intended to improve
                                                                           T he chairs concluded that many of the problems                                                                       in            provisions of new initial-eligibility
                                                                                                                                                                                                               become cffcctivc.

ity 10 provide consistent and timely CUtifiCiltif-Nl                              the     initial-eligibility                 certification             process          have        resulted                     In anticipation  of continuing     incrcascs in
rulings and to control increasing use ofthe ini-                                        from      institutions’               misunderstanding                        of the       NCAA                        WdiVcr   rcqucsfs,       the   chilks:

tiiil-eligibility          WiGVtT       process.                                                                                                                                                                   H Kecommended          to the Council that it cx-
        (:hairs of tllc NC4A Academic Krquirements                                   Initial-Eligibility                            s
                                                                                                                       Clearinghouse’                      mission.The                 chairs                  pand the size of the Subcommittee on Initial-
<:ommittee, Council Subcommittee on Tniliiil-                                                                                                                                                                  Eligibility Waivers.
Eligibility Waivers and Special Committee to                                     defined          that      mission            as providing              consistent              and timely                        n Kecommendcd an inrrcasc in staff support
Oversee Implemenration                            of the NCM Initial-               rulings        on the          status          of initial-eligibility                certification.                        for processing of waiver requests.
Eligibility Clearinghouse met November 2930                                                                                                                                                                        n Recommended retaining a consultant to
in lOWi City, Iowa.                                                                The         chairs     observed                 that     it is not the                          s
                                                                                                                                                                      clearinghouse’                           review standards for processing cases involving
        The session w&s billed as a “summit meeting”                                                                                                                                                           learning-disabled                    l’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      students. ‘ hc clearinghouse
for addressing problems that the clearinghouse
                                                                                    function            to ‘
                                                                                                           make           people            eligible’
                                                                                                                                                    ....Problems                      include                  is seeing a massive increase in the number of
has encountered                     in processing certifications                   late    transcript              changes            and core-course                    identification.                       learning-disabled students seeking certification;
and for planning for future demands on the                                                                                                                                                                     more than 1,000 such students arc seeking cer-
clearinghouse 3s new initialcligibility                        standards                                                                                                                                       tification this year, compared to only 300 who
are implemented.                      The chairs, however, also                                                                                                                                                sought eligibilityjust      before establishment     of
devoted considerable attention to recent dra-                                 subcommittee, which has created confusion and                   Bound Student-Athlete be revised m state high                    the clearinghouse.
matic gmwth in use of the waiver process.                                     slowed lhe approval process.                                    schools’ role, and that efforts bc made to corn-                     The chairs also recommended                 to the
        In its review of 3 variety of issues, the chairs                          As 3 result, the chairs recommended          to the         rnunicate that information to high-school con-                   Council that it adopt 3 policy permitting only
concluded that many of the problems in the ini-                               Council that all transcript changes related to                  stitucncics.                                                     students who have 3 documented learning dis
tiaLcligibilily             crrtiliration         process tlilve result-      courses in grades nine through 11 must be                           The chairs also recommended thar steps be                    ability to fulfill requirements using core rours-
ed from institutions                     misunderstanding           of the    retlcctetl on the lirst final transcript rcceivcd by            taken to improve institutions’ USC of existing                   es designated specifically for leaming~~isdbled
clearinghouse’            s mission.                                          the clearinghouse.      They also recommended                   methods for obclining information about core                     students.
        The chairs delined that mission as ptoviding                          that responsibility     for approval of. changes                courses from the clearinghouse,                    including         The chairs also made recommendations
ronsistcrit and timely rulings on the StiltuS of                              involving courses in grade 12 be assigned only                  access that is provided via computer modem 10                    designed to control the submission of WdiVer
 initiaLeligibility               certification.        The chairs ob-        to the Counril subcommittee.                                    specific high schools’ 4&H forms. They alsO rcc-                 requests. They include recommendations:
 served that it is not the clearingl~ouse’s                      function         n Core-course identification. More than 50                  ommended taking steps to improve roaches’                            n That the Council Subcommittee on Initial-
 to “rriakr          people cligiblr.”                                        clearinghouse rejections of core courses for the                knowledge of the certification process, includ-                  Eligibility Waivers publish its new, more restric-
        St~eral sprcific problems were addressed by                            1995-96 class have been challenged by institu-                 ing placing     questions     about initial-eligibility          tive “threshold”       standards for determining
 the chatI-s. ‘ hosc problems include a sign5
                         l‘                                                   tions, compared IO fewer than 10 challenges for                 standards, waiver standards and clearinghouse                    whether a waiver request will be considered.
 c:lrlt     illCrCilSC      in ~~Ililll~~S      of transcripts after the      the 199~0.5 c h-x Such challenges almost illWdyS                operations on the coaches certification exami-                       l That the NCM staff be empowered to
 ClCil~i~lgtlOllS~             has rereived a finill tl~i1~lsCripl                                    s
                                                                              oc c ur afirr 3 student’ initial cnrollmenr at an               nation.                                                          deny waiver requests that do not meet rhosr
 illltl    issued a final c rnilication decision; filiturrs                   institution or after a final detcrmimltion        of rli-           n Duplicative core courses. The ch;lirs deter-               threshold standards. Such rqjcctions ( oukl be
 ill ide~llific~ation OL core courses; and ii mistak-                         gibility by the clearinghouse.                                  mined that the membership largely is unfamil-                     appealed only to the chair of the <hurlcil        sub-
 t-n brlicf that the cleaiinghousc                       will ac c cp1 sep-       ‘ he Academic Requirements
                                                                                  l‘                                     Committee            iar with a November I993 ruling by the Academic                  committer,     w110 would    determine   whether it is
 ilI‘dIC       core    courses       in i~1StilllC.C.S  where Ihe ron-        rules E~vorilbly 011 ICSS 1har1 10 percent of such              Rcquiremellts Commirtee that the clcaringhousc                    appropriate frjr the subcommittee to consider
lcrll   of   one     course         Sig~lifiCilIltly     duplic-ales   Ihe    challcngcs. Even so, (he chairs noted, any late                 c;mnot accept multiple core courses with dupli-                  the request.
content       of    the other course.                                         changes in core-course status also harm clear-                  cdted   contem The use of such courses to fillfill                    n That waiver requests must be signed by two
                                                                              inghouse efforts to provide definitive informa-                 core-course requirements has been aided by the                    of the following three institution represcnta-
Analysis           of problems                                                                                                                clearinghouse’  s failure to determine the pres-                  tives: the chief executive officer, faculty athlet-
                                                                              tion on a student’ eligibility status and benefits
    The chairs’ analysis of those problems and                                only the institution requesting the change.                     cnce of duplication on 48-H forms.                                ics representative and/or athletics director.
resulting recommendations:                                                        The chairs cited the following 3s contribut-                    As a result, rhe chairs recommended                 to the        The chairs also said the clearinghouse staff
    n ILate transcript changes. More th3n I00                                 ing to the problem: High-school officials’        belief        Council that it approve an official interpreta-                   should be consulted regarding waiver requesrs
changes of final transcriptc have been received                               that they continue to have the authority to iden-               tion confirming         the Academic Kequirements                 that involve specific clearinghouse        rulings or
by the clearinghouse f‘ studentc        in the enter-                         tify core courses; college officials’ continuing                             s
                                                                                                                                              Committee’ ruling and that the interpretation                     administrative procedures.
ing class of 199596 who were ruled ineligible,                                reliance on high-school affirmations ofcore-                    be publicized to the membership.                  It also rec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Temporary            certification
compared to only 19 such cases for the 199495                                 course acceptability when such inforrnation                     ommended that such duplicative courses be
class. The changes include not only grade                                     should be obtained from the clearinghouse;                      identified on high schools’ 48-H forms.                             On a related matter, the chairs discussed
changes, but substantive changes in course tides,                             and a mistaken belief by college officials that                                                                                  problems with interpretation of legislation that
                                                                                                                                              Waiver      requests
additions of courses and additions of credit.                                 creati0n of the clearinghouse has relieved insti-                                                                                permits student-athletes to practice     with a team

    The chairs noted that late changes in trali-                              tutions of responsibility     for tracking or deter-                The chairs also noted a significant increase                 while awaiting final certification from the clear-
scripts harm the clearinghouse’   s effort to pm-                             mining recruits’ initial-eligibility    status.                 in requests to the Council Subcommittee         on               inghouse.
vide all institutions with definitive information                                 As a result, the chairs recommended that the                Initial-Eligibility Waivers. Since August, the sub-                 They noted that some schools are applying
on a prospect’ initialtligibility
                s                    status, and that                          Council revise an existing official interpretation             committee has received at least 550 such re-                     the “tempor3ry-certifira~ion”     legislation in sit-
only the institution that asks the clearinghouse                               to clarify high schools’ role in the core-course               quests, compared to about 200 requests in fall                   uations where the clearinghouse has issued a
to review a revised transcript benefits from a                                 identification   process. That role is to identify             1994.                                                            final ruling that is being appealed. The chairs
change in that student’ eligibility st;itus.                                   potential core courses for the clearinghouse,                      The increase is attributable to raised core-                 recommended        that the Council confirm that
    A related problem involves shared responsi-                               while leaving final determination         of a course’  s       course requirements       and an increase in the                 temporary certification is not available ailer final
bility for approval of late changes by the Aca-                                acceptability to the clearinghouse.         They also          number of prospects who do not meet those                        certification is received, even if the cenification
demic Requirements Committee and Council                                       recommended that the Guide for the College-                    requirements and thus seek waivers. The num-                     ruling is appealed.

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