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					                     Official   Publication      of the National         Collegiate       Athletic   Association                                         March    9,1988,    Volume    25 Number     10

                                                                                                House overwhelmingly passes
                                                                                                bill to broaden Title IX scope
                                                                                                   The House overwhelmingly                discrimination in Federally funded          rent law to provide that entire insti-
                                                                                                passed a landmark civil-rights bill        education programs applies only             tutions and government agencies
                                                                                                March 3 that would broaden the             to specific programs or activities          are covered if any program or activ-
                                                                                                scope of Title IX and three other          receiving Federal assistanceand not         ity within them receivesFederal aid.
                                                                                                statutes, but President Reagan has         to the entire institutions of which         The broad coverage also applies to
                                                                                                vowed to veto the measure.                 they are part.                              the private sector if the aid goes to a
                                                                                                   The Civil Rights Restoration Act            Supporters of the act said              corporation as a whole or if the
                                                                                                was sent to the White House on a           hundreds of discrimination corn-            recipient principally provides cdu-
                                                                                                3 15-98vote. The Senate passedit by        plaints had been dropped or rcs-            cation, health care, housing, social
                                                                                                an equally lopsided 75-14 vote in          tricted since the decision, the             services or parks and recreation.
                                                                                                January.                                   Associated Press reported.                     In addition to Title IX ofthe 1972
                                                                                                                                               In letters delivered to several         Education Amendments, the act
                                                                                                   Both chambers passed the bill by                                                    amends three other civil-rights laws
                                                                                                the two-thirds margin needed to            House Republicans, Reagan said
                                                                                                                                           flatly he will veto the measure “if it      potentially affected by the Supreme
                                                                                                override a presidential veto, but it                                                   Court ruling: the 1964 Civil Rights
                                                                                                was unclear whether the margins            is presented to me in its current
                                                                                                                                                                                       Act, barring racial discrimination in
                                                                                                would hold up following Reagan’    s       form.”
                                                                                                                                                                                        Federally assisted programs; the
                                                                                                vow to reject the measure.                    The President said the bill “dram         1973 Rehabilitation Act, barring
                                                                                                   The restoration act was designed        matically expands the scope of Fed-         discrimination against the handi-
                                                                                                 to reverse a 1984 Supreme Court           eral jurisdiction over state and local      capped in any program or activity
                                                                                                 decision in a case brought by Grove       governments and the private sector”         receiving Federal aid, and the 1975
                                                                                                 City College. In that case, the Su-       and “poses a particular threat to           Age Discrimination Act, barring
                                                                                                 preme Court held in a 6-3 ruling          religious liberty.”                         employment discrimination against
                                                                                                 that Title 1X-a law barring sex               The restoration act expands cur-        older people in any such programs.

                                                                                                Finch earns ‘ assist’for helping
                                                                                                women’ basketball reach its goals
                                                                                                   The NCAA Division I Women’          s                                              pionships and the championship
New champion                                                     Steve    Woitmann     photo    Basketball Championship is in a
                                                                                                constant state of development. One
                                                                                                                                                                                      semifinals are televised by ESPN,
                                                                                                                                                                                      and the championship game is tele-
                                                                                                constant in that development thus                                                     vised by CBS. In 1982, only the
       Mike Himes of Upper Iowa shows his etation after winning
                                                                                                far has been Nora Lynn Finch,                                                         final game was televised by CBS.
       the l-pound     tftfe by defeating &fending cf?ampion V/c
                                                                                                chair of the Division I Women’         s                                                  Two milestones were reached ear-
       Pozsonyi of Anton State in the NCAA Divtsion Ill Wrestling                               Basketball Committee.                                                                 lier than Finch had expected. One
       Championshfps. Story on page 7.                                                             Finch, an associate director of                                                    was the expansion of the tourna-
                                                                                                athletics at North Carolina State                                                     ment field lo its current 40 teams.
Nom inations are open                                                                           University, has been the committee’
                                                                                                only chair. She will go off the com-
                                                                                                                                       s                                              The other was the sold-out status of
                                                                                                                                                                                      last year’ championship semifinals
                                                                                                mittee this fall.                                                                     and finals at the University of Texas,
for com m ittee positions                                                                          “In 1982,with the inaugural tour-
                                                                                                nament, there were so many policies
                                                                                                                                                                                         “(A sellout) is a milestone for
   Vacancies on the Men’ and   s              Committee members’      divisions, dis-           we had to set up.“she said. “You had                                                  anybody after six years,“Finch said.
Women’ Committees on Commit-                  tricts or regions are in parentheses:             to decide what to do best first. All of                                               “That is a tribute to the champion-
teesand the Nominating Committee                   s
                                                Men’    Committee         on   Commit-          our initial policies were centered on                                                 ship and to the host school.”
will be filled by the Council during          tees-Three-year term with no im-                  providing the best experience for a                                                       With the big picture always in
that group’ April 18-20meeting in             mediate reelection. Four expirations.             team.”                                                                                focus, Finch recognizes what has
Washington, D.C.                              Not eligible for reelection: James                   This is still the No. I priority, and                                              been accomplished and sees what
   Member institutions are invited            W. Lessig, Mid-American Athletic                  policies are geared to maximizing                                                     still needsto be done. The committee
to submit nominations for these               Conference (14); Noel W. Olson,                   competition, with a minimum of                      Nora Lynn Finch                   supports expansion of the tourna-
vacancies, which must be received             North Central Intercollegiate Ath-                distractions. Policies are reviewed                                                   ment field from 40 to 48 teams and
in the NCAA national office by                letic Conference (11-S); Allen F.                 and adjusted annually, with feed-          proximately $162,000. Last year,           will continue to seek Executive Corn-
Fannie B. Vaughan, executive as-              Ackerman, Elmhurst College (III-                  back from the teams weighing heav-         the championship netted about              mittee approval of this recommen-
sistant, no later than March 30.              at large); Roy E Kramer, Vanderbilt               ily in the decision-making process.        $360,000.                                  dation.
   Following is a list of those whose         University (I-at large). The chair is                Finances and television have been         Television rights fees have more            “NCAA tournament participa-
terms expire, including those eligible        to be selectedfrom among members                  two areas of growth. In 1982, the          than tripled since 1982 and so has         tion is an acknowledgement of ex-
and not eligible for reappointment.                      See Nominations,            page 2     championship had a deficit of ap-          coverage. All four regional cham-                              See Finch, page 2
Great players of 1950s focused attention on Final lrour
(The fifth of a IO-part series com-                                   s
                                              versity of Washington’ Bob Hou-                   Virginia University, and the Univer-       bertson, Chamberlain and Pettit             moving on to the site of the cham-
memorating the 50th anniversary of            bregs, and La Salle University’   s                                  s
                                                                                                sity of Cincinnati’ Oscar Robertson.       an all-star team any coach would            pionship for the semifinals. A year
the NC4 A Final Four)                         Tom Cola all starred in tournaments               They all took part in the Final Four       love all played on teams that ei-           later, the NCAA established an in-
                                              during the early 1950s.                              “Look at the talent in those years;     ther lost in the final or in semifinals.    dependent office in Kansas City,
   In the history of college basket-            Then, in the last half of the dec-                s
                                                                                                it’ just amazing how it all came              And while the players were get-          and newly appointed Executive Di-
ball, the 1950s will be remembered                                                              together,” said Hall of Fame coach         ting better, so was the basketball          rector Walter Byers took over ad-
as a time when some of the greatest                                                             Pete Newell. “If you had to pick a         tournament. A number of adminis-            ministration of the tournament.
players in the sport’ history left                                                              top five from that decade, guys like       trative decisions in the 1950shelped        National television arrived in 1954,
their mark on the court. And just                                                               Tom Cola and Clyde Lovellette              to establish the importance of the          although it would not become an
about all of them imprinted their                                                               probably would not make the first          championship.                               annual event until 1963.
names in the archives of the NCAA                                                               team; and they were both great                 In 1951, the field was doubled             All of this combined to give the
Division I Men’ Basketball Cham-                                                                players, just outstanding players.         from eight to 16 teams; and later, it       great players of the 1950sa showcase
pionship, which celebrates its 50th                                                             Had they come 10 years earlier, or         would grow to more than 20 teams.           for their talents. Some were success-
championship this year in Kansas                                                                IO years later, they would have been       With the larger field came the con-         ful. Others were disappointed. West
City.                                         ade, there were players like Bill                 challengers for player-of-thedecade        cept of conference champions’ re-           and Chamberlain experienced the
   Players like Cliff Hagan and               Russell and K.C. Jones of the Uni-                awards.”                                   ceiving automatic berths.                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                       biggest heartbreaks. West’ West
Frank Ramsey of the University of             versity of San Francisco, the Uni-                   Yet, as good as many of those              For the 1952tournament in Seat-          Virginia team lost the 1959 title
Kentucky, Clyde Lovellette of the             versity     of     Kansas’    Wilt                players were, not all of them were         tle, the first true Final Four was                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                       game to Newell’ University of Cal-
University of Kansas, Bob Pettit at           Chamberlain, Elgin Baylor of Seat-                on teams that won an NCAA cham-            held. That year, four regionals were        ifornia, Berkeley, Bears at Louis-
Louisiana State University, the Uni-          tle University, Jerry West of West                pionship. In fact, West, Baylor, Ro-       set up, with each regional winner                              See Great, page 3

2     THE NCAA NEWS/March        a,1988

Two attendance records set at ‘ Convention in Nashville
    Two NCAA Convention attend-           percent. Record: 70.3 percent, San        gations averaged I .42 persons.              l Division I vote: 317 on two          grants.
ance records were established at the      Diego, 1987.                                 The overall registration figure of     different proposals-adding grade-            l Division II vote: I87 on the
 1988 gathering January 10-l 3 in           eNumber of proposals acted              I ,8 I6 included 1,495 delegates from     point averages to the satisfactory-       tryout proposal. Previous record
Nashville.                                upon: 200. Record: 257, St. Louis,        active member institutions, 109from       progress rule and a motion to refer       was 164, San Diego, 1987, on the
    The total number of organiza-         1976.                                     member conferences, 24 represent-         a proposal to exempt the entire Pell      same basic proposal.
tions representedwas 866, nine more          Other attendance data:                 ing affiliated members, nine corres-      Grant from the aid limitation. Pre-          @Division III vote: 233 on Pro-
than at the 1987 annual Convention           All but five Division 1 member         ponding members, 67 registered as         vious record was 3 I2 in New Orleans      posal No. 93, which eliminated con-
in San Diego. And the number of           institutions-287 of 292-were in           visitors and 1 I2 representatives of      in 1986, also on a proposal to add        sideration of athletic ability in
Division 1 members (institutions          attendance, as were 41 of the 52          the news media.                           GPAs to the satisfactory-progress         packaging financial aid in that divi-
and conferences) in Nashville was         Division I conferences. All I I4 of       Voting                                    legislation.                              sion. Previous record was 190, New
328, one more than the 327 in San         the Division I-A institutions and             Divisions I, II and III all set unof-    l Division I-A vote: I I2 on two       Orleans, 1986, on a proposal to
Diego.                                    conferences were there. The size of       ficial voting records in Nashville, different proposals ~ the resolution            eliminate the Division III indoor
    The total attendance at NashviHe      the delegations in Division I ranged      but the records for an overall Con- regarding a Division I-A football               track championship.
did not set a record. The 1,816           from 3.95 delegates per member in         vention vote and votes in Divisions       play-off and an amendment to Pro-
registrants ranked third behind the
record 1,861 at New Orleans in
                                          I-A to 2.70 in I-AA and 1.93 in I-
                                          AAA, for an overall Division I
                                                                                    I-A and I-AA were below the all- posal No. 63 regarding initial foot-
                                                                                    time recorded highs.                      ball grants. Record: 113, June 1987       Finch
January 1986 and 1,820 in San             averageof 2.84 persons per member.            Here is a summary of the voting special Convention in Dallas; pro-
                                                                                    records:                                  posal to reduce overall football          Ccmr inued from puge I
Diego in January 1987. Those three            In Division II, 155 of the I87
                                                                                                                                                                         cellence,” she said. “What a great
Conventions are the only ones in          member institutions (and I5 of 23             coverall recorded vote: 562 on grants.
                                                                                    an unsuccessful motion to rescind            *Division I-AA vote: 88 on the          compliment -you have achieved
NCAA history to exceed 1,800.             conferences) were in Nashville, with
                                                                                                                                                                         excellence. (Expansion) would bring
    The total number of proposals         an average of 1.93 delegates each.        Division II’ approval of a tryout proposal to increase initial football
                                                                                                                                                                         more compliments to worthy stu-
acted upon (including amendments             A total of 223 of the 320 Division     rule. Record: 704, San Diego, 1987 grants to 30. Record: 93, June 1987
                                                                                    (proposal to move financial aid special Convention in Dallas, pro-                  dent-athletes.”
to amendments) in Nashville-              III institutions (and 17 of 32 confer-
                                                                                                                              posal to reduce overall football              Finch believes that site selection
20@ ranks fourth in the all-time          ences) were represented. Their dele-      legislation to bylaws).
                                                                                                                                                                        for future championship semifinals
list and was the highest number                                                                                                                                         and finals is taking a different turn.
since 201 faced the delegates in
Dallas in January 1984.                   Nominations                                                                                                                   Cities rather than member institu-
                                                                                                                                                                        tions are taking an interest in hosting
    Here are the key statistics regard-                                             year terms; limit of three in a five                                                these games.
                                          Continued from page 1                                                               E. Thomas, Appalachian State Uni-
ing attendance and representation                                                   year period. Sixteen members, at          versity (l-2).                               “The city of Tacoma (site of the
                                          who will be in the last year of their
at the 1988 annual Convention:                                                      least one from each district. Four                                                   1988 and 1989 championships) bid
                                          terms: Lawrence P. Boyd, Fra-                                                          Division    II- Four members, in-
   @Total attendance: 1,816. Rec-         mingham State College; Gene A.            members must be Council members                                                     for the championship in concert
                                                                                                                              cluding at least one woman; one
ord: 1,860 in New Orleans, 1986.          Carpenter, Millersville University        whose terms do not expire in Janu-        from each Division II Council rep-        with the University of Washington,
   l Organizations represented: 866.      of Pennsylvania; Ronald D. Ste-           ary 1989 (two from Division I and                                                   but the city was the initiator,” she
                                                                                                                              resentation region. Eligible for ree-
Previous record was 857 in San            phenson, Big Sky Conference, and          one each from Divisions II and III).                                                said.
                                                                                                                              lection if all bylaw requirements are
Diego, 1987.                              Charles Whitcomb, San Jose State          The chair must be selected from                                                        She would like to see two steps
                                                                                                                              met: Francis W. Poisson, University
   l Registered voting members:           University.                               among the four Council representa-                                                  taken in the relationship between
                                                                                                                              of Bridgeport (II-I); George M. Mac-
732. Record: 741 in San Diego,                                                      tives. Members are listed below by        Donald, Grand Valley State Univer-                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                        television and women’ basketball.
                                             Women’s    Committee   on Com-
1987.                                                                               division and region:                                                                The first is the extension of national
                                          mittees-   Three-year term with no                                                  sity (11-3); Edwin W. Lawrence,
   l Percentage     of all voting                                                      Division  I ~ Eight members, in-       University of Alaska, Fairbanks (II-      television coverageto regular-season
                                          immediate reelection. Four expira-
members present: 83.8 percent, sec-                                                 cluding at least two women. There         4). Not eligible for reelection: Sandra   games and conference tournaments.
                                          tions. Eligible for reelection: Judith
ond highest ever. Record: 85.7 per-                                                 must be two members from each             T Shuler, North Carolina Central          The second is the reporting of wom-
                                          A. Sullivan, Southeastern Massa-
cent, New Orleans, 1986.                                                            Division I Council representation         University (II-2-Council member).             s
                                                                                                                                                                        en’ game scores on a national level.
                                          chusetts University (Ill-l). Not eligi-
   0 Active member institutions: 665.                                               region. Eligible for reelection only if                                             These two steps would increase
                                          ble for reelection: Rosemary Fri,
Record: 678, San Diego, 1987.                                                       selected as one of the Council repre-         Division III ~ Four members, in-      visability and credibility of the sport.
                                          University of Northern Colorado
   l Division I members: 328. Pre-                                                  sentatives: Kathleen M. Wear-             cluding at least one woman; one              “You cannot have role models for
                                          (11-5); Margie H. McDonald, High
vious record was 327, San Diego,                                                    McNally, La Salle University (I-l).       from each Division III Council rep-       young players if they do not see
                                          Country Athletic Conference (I-7);
1987.                                                                               Eligible for reelection if all bylaw      resentation region. Eligible for ree-     them,” she said.
                                          Kay Don, California State Univer-
   l Division I percentage: 95.3 per-                                               requirements are met: Daniel G.           lection only if selected as the              Increased visibility would, how-
                                          sity, Long Beach (I-8). The chair is                                                Division 111Council representative:       ever, have a price.
cent. Record: 95.8 percent, New                                                     Gibbens, University of Oklahoma
                                          to be selected from among members                                                                                                “We are about to go to a new
Orleans, 1986.                                                                      (I-3); Michael T Johnson, University      Rocco J. Carzo, Tufts University
                                          who will be in the last year of their                                                                                         plateau with television,” she said.
   l Division II members: 170. Rec-                                                 of Houston (14). Not eligible for         (III-I); John M. Schael, Washington
                                          terms: Joyce Sorrel], Troy State                                                                                              “With that, the leaders in women’      s
ord: 178, San Diego, 1987.                                                          reelection: Edward Leland, Dart-          University (Missouri) (1114). Eligi-
                                          University; Martha E. Hawthorne,          mouth CoUege(I-I), Nelson E. Town-                                                  basketball have to be responsibile
   l Division II percentage: 83.3 per-                                                                                        ble for reelection if all bylaw re-
                                          Rice University; Mary Frances             send, formerly at Florida A&M                                                       for the games televised and the
cent. Record: 86 percent, San Diego,                                                                                          quirements are met: Maureen T.
                                          Heishman, Bridgewater College (Vir-                                                                                           image portrayed. Coaches and stu-
1987.                                                                               University (I-2); Richard M. Bay,         Horan-Pease, Drew University (III-
                                          ginia), and Judith R. Holland, Uni-                                                 2). Not eligible for reelection: Milton   dent-athletes will be more account-
   l Division III members: 240. Rec-                                                formerly at Ohio State University
                                          versity of California, Los Angeles.                                                                                           able for their actions on and off the
ord: 241, San Diego, 1987.                                                          (I-3): Barbara B. Hollmann, Uni-          E. Reece, Greensboro College (III-
   l Division III percentage: 68.2          Nominating      Committee-One-          versity of Montana (Id), and John         3).                                       court.”

Bill would give
principals power                          Legislative                       Assistance
                                          WE8 Column      No. 10
to test students                                                                                                              tions Committee agreed that the provisions of Bylaw I-2-(a)-(6) would
    After more than one hour of                    NCAA Bylaw l+(e)-expense-paid                          visits
                                             Divisions I and II member institutions are reminded that the application         preclude a coaching staff member of a member institution from serving as
lively debate, the Tennessee House                                                                                            a speaker or attending a meeting or banquet in which prospective student-
education committee recommended           of 0.1. 106, which indicates that the limitation on total number of visits set
                                          forth in Bylaw l-9 (i.e., that a prospect may accept not more than one              athIetes are in attendance during any “dead period” as specified in Bylaw
a bill giving school principals the                                                                                           1-24aH6). The subcommittees confirmed that during such “dead periods,”
power to order students to take           expense-paid visit to not more than five member institutions) would apply
                                          separately to the period in which the prospect is in high school and to the         a member institution is precluded from visiting a high school, or
drug tests.                                                                                                                   contacting, evaluating or entertaining a prospective student-athlete on its
                                          period beginning with the prospect’ enrollment in college preparatory
    Rep. Ray Davis, D-Milan, de-          school or junior college. The principle in 0.1. 106 would relate to two             own campus.
fended his legislation against charges
it might be misused by some princi-
                                          separate periods of time and permit a total of no more than IO pa&visits              NCAA Bylaw 1-2-(b) - leadership tutorial programs
                                          to NCAA member institutions for a prospect. Accordingly, the opportunity               Divisions I and II member institutions are reminded that the NCAA
pals. Davis said he graduated from        to visit five member institutions exists when the prospect is in high school,       Council has approved the following criteria per Bylaw I -2-(b) regarding the
high school in 1965 and “got my           and the opportunity to make five additional visits exists if the prospect           involvement of member institutions’   student-athletes or athletics represen-
little tail whipped a lot, and I’ not     enrolls in a college preparatory school or junior college, or transfers from        tatives in leadership tutorial programs (and any similar educational
deranged or anything.                     a four-year college. Further, a transfer student under such circumstances           programs) designed in part to improve the probability of prospective
    “I can’ see where it will warp a      would be considered a prospective student-athlete per Case No. 177 (page            student-athletes’ qualifying academically to receive athletically related
student or make him deranged if he        351, 1987-88 NCAA Manual) and could receive a paid visit only if it is              grants-in-aid from member institutions:
had to take a test and it came out        counted within the five-visit limitation for the period following ‘        the         1. A member institution may not serve as a sponsor or cosponsor of the
not showing anything,” the sponsor        completion of high school enrollment.                                               program.
told United Press International.                                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                 2. No member of an institution’ coaching staff may participate in the
                                              NCAA Bylaw 7-l-(f)-expenses    for part-time and
     But Rep. Roy Herron, D-                                                                                                  program.
Dresden, said the bill could “leave                    graduate assistant coaches
                                             The Division I subcommittee of the NCAA Legislation and Interpreta-                                                         s
                                                                                                                                 3. No representative of an institution’ athletics interests or enrolled
the door wide open to principals’                                                                                             student-athletes may be involved in the selection of the participants in the
testing every student in a school         tions Committee reviewed the application of Case No. 391 (page 418,1987-
                                          88 NCAA Manual) and agreed that a member institution is permitted to                program; however, both representatives and student-athletes may serve as
because of suspicions that one had                                                                                            bona fide tutors or instructors in the program, provided their employment
smoked marijuana.                         provide actual and necessary expenses for a part-time coach to attend the
                                          National Association of Basketball Coaches coaching clinics and conven-             is determined through a legitimate, nonpartisan selection process.
     An amendment by Rep. Steve                                                                                                  4. At no time may student-athletes or athletics representatives attempt to
                                          tions, as well as to make visits with professional teams, inasmuch as these
 Bivens, D-Cleveland, requires local                                                                                          recruit any prospective student-athlete in the program.
                                          expenses would be considered an acceptable employee benefit (i.e.,
school systems to pay for tests prin-                                                                                            5. The program must be open to athletes and nonathletes alike.
cipals order. Another amendment           professional enhancement activities) available under similar circumstances
                                          to other institutional employees. The subcommittee concluded that the                  6. The program must be conducted within 30 miles of the institution’    s
tacked on by Rep. Maria Peroulas,                                                                                             campus or the home town of the involved student-athlete or athletics
 R-Knoxville, protects principals         provisions of Case No. 396 (page 420, 1987-88 NCAA Manual) would
                                          preclude a member institution from providing such expenses for its                  representative.
from lawsuits.
                                          graduate assistant coaches.
     Parents of students being tested                                                                                            77ai.rmaterial war provided by the NCAA leg&tive services department as
must be notified under the pending            NCAA Bylaw 1-2-(a)-(6) -contact                     and evaluation              an aid to member institutions. lfan institution has u question it would like to
legislation, and principals who mis-                           restrictions                                                   have answered in this column, the question should be directed to William B.
use it may be fired.                         The Divisions I and II subcommittees of the Legislation and Interpreta-          Hunt, assistant executive director, ut the NCAA national office.
                                                                                                                                                                                        THE   NCAA   NEWWManzh    9,1988    3

G reat                                                                                                                                         Funding available for
Continued from page I
 ville’ Freedom Hall, 71-70. It was
 considered then as the biggest upset
                                                                                                                                               drug-education speakers
                                                                                                                                                  NCAA member institutions al-          tiday train&g sessionsconducted by
 in NCAA tournament history.                                                                                                                   ready are participating in the Asso-     experts in the drug-education field.
     And in 1957 at Kansas City’     s                                                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                               ciation’ drug-education speaker             “We feel that educating our
 Municipal Auditorium, Chamber-                                                                                                                grant program.                           coaches is just as important as edu-
 lain and his Kansas team played the         YEAR    CNAMPINN                CMCN                             RUNNER-UP       Sri---                                                    cating our athletes,” said Thomas
                                                                                                                                                  The program is designed to pay
 undefeated University of North Car-         i mso   CCNY                    Nat Holman                       Bradley         New York
                                                                                                                                               honorariums to speakers for their        M. Brennan, director of athletics,
                                                     3nl PLACfi N. Carolina St.-Baylor
 olina, Chapel Hill, Tar Heels for                   MVP Irwin  Dambrot   (CCNY)                                                               participation in drugeducation and       Loyola College (Maryland). “We do
 three overtimes before losing the           lee1                                                             Kansas State    Minneapolis
                                                                                                                                               wellness programs for student-ath-       have drug counseling available on
championship game, 54-53. Many                                                                                                                 letes or athletics personnel at          campus, but this program enables
consider it the greatest title game in       1912    Kansas                  Forrest “Phog”Allen                     s
                                                                                                              St John’ (NY)   Seattle          member institutions. Grant funds         us to bring in different people from
tournament history.                                  3rd PUCB Illinois-Santa Clara
                                                                                                                                               are available to offset honorarium       outside to talk to our staff and our
    “Over the years, a lot of people                 MVP:Clyde Lovellette (Kansas)
                                             1053    Indiana                 Branch McCracken                 Kansas          Kansas City      expensesof up to $1,500 per acade-       teams. For schools like ours without
 have come to believe that game was                  3rd PLKCEI Washington-LSU                                                                 mic year. Speakers are expected to       large budgets, every little bit helps.”
 poor old North Carolina finding                     MVPB H Born(Kansas)
                                                                                                                                               be well-qualified to discuss drug-           The NCAA Drug-Education
some way to beat Wilt,” said Frank           1954    La Salle                Kenneth LoeMer                   Bradley         Kansas City
                                                                                                                                               education or wellness topics.            SpeakersBureau grant-requestform
                                                     3ad PUCE Penn State-Southern Cal
 McGuire, who coached that North                     MVF Tom Gola (La Salle)                                                                      Request forms for the grants were     must be submitted and approved
 Carolina team and sent out 5-11             lOI5    San Francisco           Phil Woolperl         l763       La Salle        Kansas City      issued in January. The University of     prior to the event for which funding
Tommy Kearns to jump center                          3rd PLACE: Colorado-Iowa                      7%4
                                                                                                                                               Hartford, Loyola College (Mary-          is requested,and an evaluation form
                                                     MVP: Brll Russell (San Francrsco)
against the 7-foot Chamberlain to                                                                                                              land) and Randolph-Macon College         must be completed by event partic-
                                             1056    San Francisco           Phil Woolperl         B371       lOWa            Evanston, III.
start the game.                                      3rd PUCE Tern le-SMU                          Xl-b1                                       are among the first institutions to      ipants and returned to the national
    “But we went 32-O that year.                     MVP: Hal Lear R emple)
                                                                                                                                               receive grants.                          office before grant funds are re-
There haven’ been too many teams
               t                             1987    North Carohna           Frank M&ire           5653 (3 ots) Kansas        Kansas City
                                                     3rd PLACE: Francisco-Michigan St.
                                                                San                                6160                                           “We already had a drugeducation       leased.
 before and since that played an                     MVI? Wilt Chamberlain (Kansas)                                                            program in place, and we bring in            For more information, contact
entire season undefeated.”                   1958                            Adolph Rupp                      Seanle          Loursville
                                                                                                                                               three or four speakersa year to talk     Frank D. Uryasz, director of sports
    The shining star of the decade                   FaE        Tern e-Kansas State                EZ
                                                     MVP: Elgm Bay P (Seattle)                                                                 to our student-athletes,” said Ri-       sciences,at the national office.
was Russell. A scrawny 6-10 center           1959    California              Pete Newell           ll-7tl     West Virgrma    Loursville       chard L. Cote, head athletics trainer,
from across the bay in Oakland, he
was the foundation on which coach
                                                     3rd PUCE: Cincinnati-Louisville
                                                     MVP.Jerry West (West Virgmla)
                                                                                                                                               University of Hartford. “It’ not
                                                                                                                                               cheap, and I’ not talking about
                                                                                                                                                                              s         Readjustment
Phil Woolpert built one of the more
dominant college basketball teams
in history. The San Francisco Dons
                                           the next year, and long time powers
                                           Kentucky (195 I), Kansas (1952)
                                                                                               way ahead of his time.”
                                                                                                                                               bringing in celebrities. By the time
                                                                                                                                               you pay travel costs, you’ running       of grading
                                                                                                  As the decade of the great player            into a lot of money. We found out
won 60 consecutive games at one
point and back-to-back titles. They
                                           and Indiana (1953) won the follow-
                                           ing NCAA tournaments.
                                                                                               came to an end, it was two great
                                                                                               teams that won the NCAA cham-
                                                                                                                                               about the NCAA program when we
                                                                                                                                               were planning our next event, and
                                                                                                                                                                                        policy sought
beat Gala and La Salle, 77-63, in                                                                                                                                         The NCAA Academiciequire-
                                                                                                                                               we applied right away. We’ delight-
                                               Adolph Rupp’ championship                       pionship. Kentucky in 1958 and
 1955 at Kansas City and then Iowa,                                                                                                                                   ments Committee is taking steps to
                                                                                                                                               ed to be able to offset some of our
                                           team at Lexington was keyed by                      California in 1959 did not have
83-7 I, at Evanston, Illinois, in 1956                                                                                                                         re     put the pluses back into eligibility
                                                                                                                                               costs, and we’ now going to be
                                            Hagan, Ramsey and Bill Spivey.                     superstars. Yet, those teams disap-
to cap an undefeated season.                                                                                                                                          standards.
                                                                                                                                               able to put together a seminar for
                                           Phog Allen’ only NCAA champion
                                                         s                                     pointed Baylor, Robertson and West,
    “Oh my, but Bill Russell was a                                                                                                             our professional staff.”   The committee, expressing the
                                           was built around Lovellette, the                    and delighted a nation that year
great player,” remembered. Hall of                                                             after year was being shown that the                                  s belief that disallowing plus and mi-
                                                                                                                                                  The Association’ national office
                                           only man to lead the nation in
Fame coach Henry Iba. “In basket-                                                              NCAA tournament was college                                            nus grades in the computation of
                                                                                                                                               can assist institutions and confer-
ball history, only a few players have      scoring the same year his team won
                                                                                               sports’most exciting event.                                            high school grade-point averagesis
                                                                                                                                               encesin developing one-day or mul-
changed the game. He’ one of them,
                         s                 the championship. At Indiana,
                                                                                                                                                                      unjust to some prospective student-
especially defensively. He was the         coach Branch McCracken used the
                                                                                                                                                                      athletes, recommended to the
greatest shot blocker I’ ever seen.”
                                           combination of big man Don
                                           Schlundt and little man Bob Leon-
                                                                                               Rozelle suggests NFL study                                             NCAA Council that such grades be
    The 1950sstarted with rare dou-                                                                                                                                    allowed in the conversion to the
ble-victories as Nat Holman’ City
College of New York team won
                                s          ard to beat a Kansas team that had
                                            a starting guard named Dean Smith.                 on drafting of underclassmen                                           4.000 scale.
                                                                                                                                                                          The committee, meeting March
                                                La Salle won the 1954title thanks      NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle State University. And, after adispute
both the NIT and NCAA cham-
pionships. CCNY did it with a              to Gala, who many considered the has asked the league’ rules-making that seemed ready to head to court. 34 in San Francisco, also recom-
                                                                                                                                                                       mended that midyear graduates be
young and well-rounded team that           greatest player in the game’ history committee to look into regulations he was selected in the fourth round
                                                                                    that could, for the first time, allow of a special supplemental draft by           protected from the Bylaw 5-l 4)
a year later would be in shambles          to that point. At 6-7, Gola was able
                                           to play inside and outside because underclassmen to enter the college the Philadelphia Eagles. When the                    requirement that test scores be
after severalplayers were implicated                                                                                                     announced the draft would achieved no later than the July I
in the game-fixing scandal. The             of his quicknessand ability to handle player draft.                                lrague
                                           the ball.                                   Rozelle’ spokesman,Joe Browne, take place, it was roundly de- immediately preceding the individ-
same fate befell the Bradley Univer-                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                    said during a national conference nounced by some college officials, ual’ first enrollment in a collegiate
sity team that lost both title games          “Tom Gola, what a ballplayer,” call with football writers March 8 the Associated Press reported.                        institution. It was recommended
that year.                                 said Hall of Fame coach Ray Meyer. that the proposal had been pres-                                                        that the deadline be changed to the
    Dual participation in the post         “There wasn’ anything he could
                                                           t                                                                       “We feel we\e been wearing the end of an individual’ last semester
                                                                                    ented to the competition committee,
season tournaments was outlawed            not do with the basketball. He was now meeting in Hawaii, and could black hat on this one,“said Browne, in high school.
                                                                                                                               who said he didn’ know of any              In other action, the committee
 Committee encounters                                                                                               s
                                                                                    come up during the league’ annual concrete proposal to change the
                                                                                    winter meetings in Phoenix the week rules, only that it would be reviewed.
                                                                                    of March 14.
                                                                                                                                                                      addressedthe need for test scoresto
                                                                                                                                                                      be validated by an official report
                                                                                                                                   In 1983, the NFL declined to from the testing agency.
‘ lack of cooperation                       A
                                                                                       LJnderNFL rules, the only players
                                                                                    who can be drafted have used up
                                                                                                                               pursue Heisman Trophy winner Her-
                                                                                                                               schell Walker when he had a year of amine both the combining of scores
                                                                                    their college eligibility, have been in eligibility remaining at the Univer-
                                                                                                                                                                          The committee continues to ex-

   The NCAA Committee on In-                   But Berst said, “If we would have college for five years or have earned                                                from    separate admuustrations of
fractions issued a public reprimand        been permitted to talk with the their degreeswith eligibility remain- sity of Georgia. Walker, who was tests and the feasibility of creating a
of the men’ basketball program at
              s                                          s
                                           newspaper’ reporters to determine ing. The NFL is the only major                    signed that year by the New Jersey national clearinghouse for tcsttscore
the University of Kentucky for what        the context of their questions, that                                                Generals of the USFL, was drafted information. The committee will
                                                                                    professional league with such cligii
the committee termed a lack of             would have been very helpful. But                                                   in 1985 by the Dallas Cowboys.         monitor a study undertaken by the
                                                                                    bility requirements. The NBA, NHL
cooperation by the university in           that, too, was denied.”                  and Major League Baseball all allow                                                     lcn
                                                                                                                                   This year, 27O-pound running Big ‘ Conference on the creation
investigation of charges that were             “I don’ know if the committee
                                                       t                            underclassmen to be signed.                back Craig “Ironhead” Heyward of of such a clearinghouse.
reported in articles in the Lexington,     came to any conclusion whatsoever            But the NFL has been under the University of Pittsburgh had a                     Also, the committee demed the
Kentucky, Herald-Leader news-              as to whether the infractions oc- increasing pressure to take under- year of eligibility remaining and use of the Washington Precollege
paper.                                     curred or not,” Berst said. “It merely classmen, particularly in the past petitioned to be included in the Test as a blanket alternative to the
   S. David Berst, NCAA director           has the university’ report, which two years, when players lost their
                                                                  s                                                            April 24 draft. He lacks 37 credits ACT and SAT, but decided it would
of enforcement, said, “The commit-         did confirm some violations during       eligibility after disclosures that they for a degree and was on target to consider its application on a case-
tee felt the university failed to go far                                   s
                                           the 1970s outside the NCAA’ four-        had signed with agents.                    graduate in December.                  by-case basis.
enough in attempting to interview          year statute of limitations.”                Last year, for example, wide re             If the league decides to make him
some individuals who have refused
                                               The NCAA committee also in- ceiver Chris Carter was declared eligible, he is expected to be a high
                                                                                                                                                                                        Big East honors
to talk to the university and in
following up possible leads on viola-
                                           structed the university to audit em- ineligible for his final year at Ohio
                                           ployment earnings, expenses for
                                                                                                                                first-round choice.                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                        Syracuse’ Jones
tions that were discussedby some of        speaking engagements and use of                                                                                                Vera Jones, who helped lead the
the individuals the school did inter-
                                           complimentary admissions for bas-
                                           ketball team members over the next
                                                                                               Calendar                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                       Syracuse University women’ bas-
                                                                                                                                                                      ketball team to the Big East Confer-
   The newspaper interviewed 33            three years.                                                                                                               ence regular-season championship
people who claimed there were se-                                                    March IO             Subcommittee to Review Future Office Requirements, this year, is the conference’ 1988      s
rious NCAA rules violations, such              University President David P.                              Kansas City, Missouri                                        Basketball Scholar-Athlete award
as cash gifts to players.                  Roselle said the university already March 1l-13                                 s
                                                                                                          Division I Men’ Basketball Committee, Kansas City, winner.
   Berst said only one person identi-      had developed a monitoring process                             Missouri                                                        The Big East has honored the
fied by the newspaper reported sim-        and had invited the NCAA com-             March I l-13                            s
                                                                                                          Division I Women’ Basketball Committee, Kansas City, outstanding student-athlete in bas-
ilar violations to the NCAA or the         pliance staff to visit the university to                       Missouri
                                           check its programs.                       March IS-16          Legislation and Interpretations Committee, Kansas City, ketball since 1985. Only junior and
university.                                                                                               Missouri                                                    senior players are considered.Jones,
   Berst said the newspaper would              A complete report of the actions March 22-23               Special Committee on Deregulation and Rules Simplifica- from Fort Washington, Maryland,
not cooperate in the investigation.        of the NCAA Committee on Infrac-                               tion, Kansas City, Missouri                                 is the first recipient from Syracuse.
John S. Carroll, the paper’ editor,
                                s          tions concerning the University of        March 30-3I          Committee on Review and Planning, KansasCity, Missouri                           s
                                                                                                                                                                          She is a dean’ list student in
said, “We have never allowed any                             s
                                           Kentucky men’ basketball program          March 30-April 1 Women’ Basketball Rules Committee, Seattle, Washington
                                                                                                                   s                                                  broadcast journalism and works as
outside organization to rummage            appears on page 14 of this issue of       April 34             Postgraduate Scholarship Committee, Kansas City, Mis- a reporter for WJPZ-FM radio, a
through our notes or tapes.”               The NCAA News.                                                 souri                                                       campus station.
4          tiE   NCAA ~EI&Mwi&.       1988

M a jority in college sports deserve m o re credit                                                                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                          the media’ fault becausethese mat-
By Bill Benner                               sure that there isn’ a “down” side,
                                                                t                         But if you want a chronicle of real    And any beat writer would be
The Indianapolis       Star                  too.                                     life all the good, the bad, the ugly lying if he told you he was totally            ters often merit headlines? No.
                                               That, after all, is a requirement of   and, on occasion, the flip side of the objective concerning the successor                                         s
                                                                                                                                                                             But it may be the media’ fault-
  In this profession, it’ easy to
                         s                   the newspaperbusiness.If you want        coin-then go to your newspaper. failure of the team he covers. That                 mine included -for not focusing
become a cynic. You learn early,             everything sugar-coated, go to the                                                          t
                                                                                          For years, however, sports were just isn’ human nature.                         enough on the positive in relation-
even when there’ an “up” side to
                 s                           candy store. If you want everything      all but exempt from the media mi-          For the most part, however, he-          ship to the negative. W e all are
something, to check - just to make           one-sided, go to Moscow.                 croscope. Coverage of teams and roes and their games now are fair                    guilty of sensationalizingthe wrongs
                                                                                      players was, at worst, downright         game. And even sports journalists           and trivializing the rights.
                                                                                      cheerleading and horn-tooting. At        pursue both the good news and the             What started me thinking along
Letter                    to the Editor                                               best, it was antiseptic.. hear no bad with equal zeal.
                                                                                      evil, see no evil, speak no evil.
                                                                                                                                                                          theselines was a speechgiven by the
                                                                                                                                                                          NCAA’ executive director, Richard
                                                                                          In some areas, that still exists,      The result of going after “both”          D. Schultz, to a group of sports-
                                                                                       particularly in smaller towns where sides, however, has resulted in a              writers at the NCAA College Foot-
Administrators,                     not sport, are problem                            the local guy’ job might hinge on public perception that there is as
                                                                                                      s                                                                   ball Preview in Kansas City.
To the Editor:                                                                         his relationship with and accessibil- much wrong with athletics espe-                 He made some valid points con-
    This letter is being submitted in responseto the February 17, 1988,article         ity to a coach. A lot of TV sports cially college athletes as there is                                           d
                                                                                                                                                                          cerning college athletics. I’ like to
in The NCAA News, “Night play seen as one remedy for failing tennis                    guys, too, are somewhat limited in right.                                          share them with you.
program,” by W ilson Campbell.                                                         their freedom because they can’       t                   s
                                                                                                                                  is it the media’ fault for focusing        “if you were to ask the average
    If Campbell’ statement “Collegiate tennis is an ailing patient. And
                   s                                                                   afford to make anyone angry, lest on recruiting violations, or poor                 person on the street,“Schultz began,
without some quick surgery, the game as we know it may die” was meant                  they tune to another channel and graduation rates, or failed drug                  “they would say that universities are
to raise an alarm, it was successful.                                                  the ratings go sour.                    tests, or coaching excess?No. Is it                             See Mujority, puge 5
    Based upon personal observations, tennis is alive and well. There is,
however, pervasive sickness,but it is not with the spoA of tennis. Rather, it
is with those in administrative positions who decide which sports are
played, based upon the sport’ ability to generate revenue.
                                                                                      Why brag on the football team
    The basic premise for sports used to be to provide those higher-skilled
athletes with the opportunity of participating against higher-skilled
athletes from other institutions.
                                                                                      when premed students do better?
    Somewhere along the way, some human parasites perceived athletics as              Bob Reade, head football coach
a businessthat could generate revenue, enhance and perpetuate their own               Augustana College (Illinois)
egos and wallets at the expense of student-athletes.                                  The DallasMorning News
    Standards establishedby the NCAA often were circumvented, overlooked                               t
                                                                                        “W e really can’ brag on a 90 percent winning record
 or flagrantly violated.                                                              when our premed school has a better one.
    Through all of this, someeducational institutions and athletics conferences         “More than 90 percent of Augustana’ premed s
such as the Ivy League have maintained high academic standards while                  studentsget acceptedby med schools when the national
 protecting the dignity of the student-athlete. They display little concern           averageis around 60 percent.”
about the amount of revenueproduced as a result of the competition. They
have even continued to sponsor sport-that          individuals may pursue for         Fred Jacoby, commissioner
the greater part of the remainder of their lives-that produce absolutely no           Southwest Athletic Conference
revenue; i.e. swimming, archery, badminton, bicycling, squash, rowing                 Da//asTimes Herald
 and yes, even tennis-that         have not become, as yet, “professional                 “W e decided to try not to put so much emphasis on
intercollegiate sports.”                                                              the recruiting season.W e believe the media make too
    I am proud to be associatedwith an institution of higher education with           much todo about it.
broad-based athletics, sports clubs, intramurals, physical education and                                                                                   Bob Reade                            Fed Jacoby
                                                                                         “Second, it puts added pressureon our coachesfrom
recreational sports programs where a person’ professional employment                  the standpoint of recruiting from that list (blue-chip
security does not rest solely with the number of victories amassed.Instead,           list) or not recruiting from that list.                      Raymond      M. Burse, president
it rests with the quality of instruction and servicesto the student-athlete.             “Third, why should we attempt to evaluate prospects       Kentucky     State University
   Theodore Roosevelt once said, “It is far better for a person to participate        (by ranking top prospects for the media) for our non-        Athletic Business
in a sport, even if they play it poorly, than to go and watch someone play            conference competition?”                                                s
                                                                                                                                                      “There’ a level of comfort gained by going with
it well.”                                                                                                                                                          s
                                                                                                                                                   someonewho’ already been there, regardlessof his or
   Is it the sport of tennis and other nonrevenue-producing sports that are           Dick MacPhersan, head football       coach                   her record.
ailing, or is this situation a symptom of a corrupt, greedy society that is           Syracuse University                                                          s                       re
                                                                                                                                                      “And there’ a tendency to belicvc you’ less likely
ignorant, misinformed or void of values?                                              The Des Moines Register                                      to make a mistake.
    is athletics ultimately for the participating student-athletes, or is the            “Soccer is an easy game, and football is hard. it                 ve
                                                                                                                                                      “W e ’ (Special NCAA Council Subcommittee to
primary purpose to provide vicarious entertainment for spectators?                                                              not
                                                                                      takes a lot of discipline and unselfishness demanded         Review Minority Opportunities in Intercollegiate
                                         James P. McFarland                           in soccer.
                                         Men’ Tennis Coach                               “Mothers like soccer for their kids becauseit is an
                                         Slippery Rock University                                                t
                                                                                      easier game and doesn’ demand as much. And when
                                         of Pennsylvania                              mothers get organized, I get nervous.”

                                                                                      Tom Davis, head men’ basketball
                                                                                                         s                   coach                  Athletics) talked to some people who want opportuni-
          Some stations left out                                                      University of Iowa
                                                                                      United Press International
                                                                                         “I would like to see freshmen ineligible to play
                                                                                                                                                    ties, and what they say is, ‘ e don’ want you to give us
                                                                                                                                                                                 W        t
                                                                                                                                                    ajob; but if you canjust help us get that first interview,
                                                                                                                                                    then we can take care of the rest.’
         in cold on tournament                                                                                s
                                                                                      varsity basketball. it’ tough enough adjusting to
                                                                                      college lift without expecting them to cxpcrience the
                                                                                                                                                       “So, what we’ trying to do is to find ways to allow
                                                                                                                                                    minorities to plug into that network.
        WGOW-AM                                                                       rigors of balancing academics and playing college                “Everybody, I think, is looking for the best possible
        Chattanooga,   Iennessee                                                      basketball.                                                   people they can find to fill a position. Most institutions
        An rdirorial
                                                                                         ‘ it’ about time we start thinking about what’
                                                                                                 s                                          s       will look at all sources available; and once they know
                                                                                      best for the student. I’ still for having four years of
                                                                                                              m                                     the NCAA has a source (proposed vita bank), they will
           Who should benefit financially from the NCAA Division 1 Men’     s                                                   s
                                                                                      eligibility if the player chooses, but let’ not have as       use it to their benefit.”
        Basketball Championship radio broadcast? Those who support the                much pressure on the young athlete.
        NCAA or private interests?                                                       “Why not make it (Proposition 48) a blanket thing
           I think the NCAA has its priorities in the wrong order when it             and make them all ineligible in their freshman season?”
        comes to the radio broadcasts of the NCAA basketball tournament.
                                                                                      C. Arnold Ferrin, chair
                                                                                                                                                          The NCAA@&) News
           The NCAA Radio Network is a division of Host Communications                                                                                                                                [ISSN W276170]
        of Lexington, Kentucky.                                                                      s
                                                                                      Division I Men’ Basketball     Committee                            Published weekly, except biweekly in the summer. by the
           Severalyearsago, Host Communications enteredinto an agreement              The Des Moines Register                                          National Collegiate Athletic Association, Nail Avenue at 63rd
                                                                                                                                                       Street, P.O. Box 1906. Mission, Kansas 66201 Phone: 9131
        with the CBS Radio Network, and the result was that those radio                                 ll
                                                                                         “Basically, we’ be looking to find 34 at-large teams          3843220 Subscription rate. $20 annually prepaid. Second-
        stations affiliated with the CBS Radio Network are offered the first                                             s
                                                                                      (for the NCAA Division I Men’ Basketball Cham-                   class postage paid at Shawnee Mission, Kansas Address
        opportunity to broadcast the NCAA tournament games.                           pionship). Thirty teams will get automatic bids.                 corrections requested Postmaster send address changes to
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           Is it fair? W e don’ think so, and here’ why: Shouldn’ those radio
                              t                   s             t                        “Well be looking at such things as the won-lost               Display advertising representatw’ Host Communications,
        stations that financially support and broadcast college basketball            records,strength of schedule,strength of the opponents’          Inc , P.0. Box 3071. Lexington, Kentucky 40596-3071
        throughout the entire seasonget the first opportunity to broadcast            schedules, whether teams started strong and finished             Publisher                                          .Ted C. Tow
                                                                                                                                                       EdItor-m-chief                            .Thomas A Wtlson
        the climax of the season,the NCAA tournament? That would seem                 weak, and what their records were when the season                Managing Editor                              Timothy J. Lilley
        logical, but it is not the way things are handled right now by the            was divided into thirds.                                         AssIstant Editor                            Jack L Copeland
        NCAA Radio Network.                                                              “In effect, we think we have an all-comers tourna-            Advertismg Manager                          Marlynn R. Jones
                                                                                      ment now. All but three conferences are holding                  The Comment section of The NCAA News, is offered as
           In this radio market, for example (Chattanooga, Tennessee),    the                                                                          opinion The views expressed do not necessanly represent a
        radio station that pays a rights fee to the local university (the             postseasontournaments, and all Division I teams have             consensus of the NCAA membershlp. An Equal Opportuntty
                                                            See Some, puge 5          the opportunity to get into the NCAA field. W e think            Employer
                                                                                      the system is working well.”
                                                                                                                                                                                  THE NCAA NEWS/March            9.1989   5

 Study shows decrease to continue                                                                                                            Some
 in number of women in coaching                                                                                                              Continued from page 4
                                                                                                                                             University of Tennessee,Chattanooga) and broadcasts the basketball
     Although interest and prestige in      women are involved in sports these                  more than their ‘  maleness,“ Lovett
                                                                                                                              ’              games during the entire season does not get the opportunity to
  women’ sports have increased over
          s                                 days,” Lovett said.                                 said. “Attitudes like this on the part       broadcast the NCAA tournament games on the NCAA Radio
  the last IO years, the percentage of         “In fact, the number of women                    of students undoubtedly add to a             Network.
  women in coaching jobs has de-            participating has increased six-fold,               female coach’ frustration.”
                                                                                                               s                                On the other hand, the radio station that does not broadcast a
  creased, says Dorothy J. Lovett, a        but fewer are finding their way into                    The study, commissioned by the           single college basketball game during the regular season (or pay a
  University of Texas, Austin, re-          leadership roles.”                                  Texas Athletic Equity Project, offers        radio rights fee to the local university) does get the first opportunity
  searcher.                                     Lovett speculated that the decline              little hope for reversing the trend          to broadcast the NCAA tournament on the NCAA Radio Network,
     “Because of the popularity of          in women coachescould be the result                 unless people concerned about the            simply because that radio station is affiliated with the CBS Radio
  women’ sports on the college and          of the “old-boy network,” which                     problem intervene, she said.                 Network.
  high school levels, men are more          automatically awards high-paying                         According to figures developed             Host Communications and the NCAA Radio Network clearly
  interested in pursuing these jobs        jobs to men.                                         by the study, the percentage of fe-          have their priorities in the wrong order when it comes to the right to
 today; and for whatever reason,               She also cited the lack of female                male coaches in the United States            broadcast NCAA tournament basketball.
 they’ getting them,” she said.
       re                                   role models and frustrations specific               will continue to decline over the               The radio station that broadcasts and financially supports NCAA
     The greatest disparity exists in      to women in coaching careers that                    next five years, United Press Inter-         basketball throughout the season should get the first opportunity to
 women’ basketball at the junior
          s                                cause them to seek more satisfying                   national reported.                           broadcast the championship tournament.
 and senior college levels, according      employment.                                              “We need to raise the conscious-            It certainly seems as if the NCAA, the NCAA Radio Network and
 to a survey by Lovett and Carla               “There’ even a study that shows
                                                       s                                        ness of the school boards, the prin-         Host Communications are ignoring the local radio stations that have
 Lowry of Southwestern University.         that young girls prefer male coaches                 cipals, the athletics directors and          earned the right with their financial support throughout the year to
     The survey indicates the number       because they consider men to be                      the young girls who participate in           broadcast the NCAA tournament.
 of female basketball coaches in           more competent, baaed on nothing                     athletics.” Lovett said.
 Texas has decreased from 47 to 30
 since 1977, while the number of           r
 males coaching women’ basketball
 teams has increased from 21 to 46.
     A similar trend exists in tennis.
 The survey found that in 1977,there
 were 29 women and 26 men coach-
 ing women’ teams in Texas. Ten
 years later, there were 18 women
 and 44 men.
    “This isn’ to say that fewer

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                                                        ‘ A-
  making millions of dollars off ath-
  letics programs at the expense of the
  student-athlete, that all coaches                             for      is
                                                        Preparing business a lot like gearingup for a sportingevent.
 cheat, that athletes don’ graduate.
  And that’ just not the case.
     “We have problems, the same
 problems that are commonplace in
 society. But they are not any greater
 and not any smaller. All is not
 wrong in the world of intercollegiate
     “There arc a handful of schools
 making money, but most just hope
 to break even at the end of the year.
 If statistics are right, just as many
 finish in the red as the black.                                                 and
                                                        Youneedthe right equipment a strongteamto
     “All coaches don’ cheat. We have
 about 12 percent (of member
 schools) being investigated, and
 most of those are self-reported,
 secondary violations. There is a real
 interest and effort among coaches,
 athletics directors and presidents to
establish real integrity, and the vast
 number are running programs the
 right way. We’ told them, ‘
                    ve              We
can’ legislate integrity; that starts at                                 s            TeamXerox-
                                                        backyou up. That’why we created
home.’All we can do is ask coaches,
athletics directors and presidents to
promise to run their programs with
integrity and class. If they do that,
they accomplish what volumes of
legislation can’  t.
    “Athletes are graduating at an
eight percent higher rate than the
rest of the student body in the same
time period, so we do have student
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6     THE NCAA NEWS/Mar&          9,1988

M o re teams than ever have legitim a te shot at title
                                                                                        Predicting the winner of the Di-         ranked fourth nationally in blocked          looks to for leadership and dircc-
                                                                                     vision I Men’ Basketball Cham-
                                                                                                      s                          shots and Evans was fourth in as-            tion,” Olson said about Kerr.
                                                                                     pionship is easy. It will be one of 64      sists. Mark Macon, the fifth starter,           “Arizona has got the experience
                                                                                     teams.                                      has plenty of support for freshman-          back I think you need,” Boehcim
                                                                                        Parity may not have stretched            of-the-year honors.                          said. “The team plays very well
                                                                                     that far, but more teams than evei          Looking   for luck                           together and is going to hc very
                                                                                     arc likely to enter this tournament            “W e are certainly one 01the teams        tough in the tournament.”
                                                                                     bclicving it is their turn to win it all.   that have a chance to wm the cham            Tournament-tested
                                                                                     The difference between the winner           pionship,” Chancy said in Atlanta.              Purdue is another team with a
                                                                                     and the rest of the field could be one      “I think. with luck. W Ccan be like          nucleus of juniors and seniors who
                                                                                     shot that drops or does not, a pass                                                      have competed in the tournament.
                                                                                     that finds the right hands. or a great                                                   Seniors Troy Lewis and Todd Mitt

                                                                                     defensive play.                                                                          chell were averaging 17.8 and 16.8
                                                                                        “There are more teams that could                                                      points, respectively, through 26
                                                                                     win it all than at any time in the four                  Preview                         games. Mitchell also was averaging
                                                                                     years 1 have been on the selection                                                       5.7 rebounds. Junior Melvin
                                                                                     committee,” Fred Schaus, director                                                        McCants had a 13.3scoring avenge
                                                                                     of athletics at West Virginia and           the 1985 Villanova team. That was            and a 5.0 rebounding average.Sen-
                                                                                     NCAA Division I Men’ Basketball             a team that no one figured would             ior Everette Stephenswas the fourth
                                                                                     Committee member, told a recent             win, but kept doing the things it had        starter in double figures with a 12.9
                                                                                     media gathering in Atlanta.                 to do.”                                      scoring average.
                                                                                     Experience    hdps                             Through 28 games, Arizona’       s           Other teams to watch include
                                                                                        “Tournament experience helps             Sean Elliott was averaging 18.6              Oklahoma, which was averaging
                                                                                     you somewhat,,‘   Syracusccoach Jim         points and 6.1 rebounds. Anthony             106 points per game through 2X
                                                                                     Hoeheim said about doing well in            Cook was scoring 13.3 points per             contests; North Carolina, a peren-
                                                                                     the tournament. “The experience             game and had a rebounding average            nial tournament favorite, and Ne-
                                                                                     on your team the more juniors               of 7.3. Tom Tolbert and Steve Kerr           vada-Las Vegas,a Final Four team
                                                                                     and seniors-is a big factor.”               were averaging 14.4and 12.8points,           a.year ago.
                                                                                        Last year,the Orangemenreached           respectively,and Kerr ranked second             Pittsburgh and Syracuse arc
                                                                                     the Final Four for the second time          nationally in three-point field-goal         prime candidates to continue the
                                                                                     and reachedthe championship game            percentage, hitting 59.9 percent.                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                              Big East Conference’ tournament
                                                                                     for the first time.                         His overall field-goal percentage            success.In eight years, the confer-
                                                                                        “If you get to playing well, it gets     was 59.2, and he was averaging 4. I          ence has seven Final Four appear-
                                                                                     easier to play well,“ Boehcim said.         assists.                                     ancesand two championships to its
                                                                                     “W e started playing well against              “He is the glue, the guy everybody        credit.
                                                                                     Western Kentucky (in the second
                                                                                     round) and got better and better
                                                                                     every game.”                                Championship                          prof!ile
                                                                                        Iwo teams that have played well
                                                                                                                                    Event: Drvtston 1 men’ basketball.
                                                                                     this seasonare Temple and Arizona.
                                                                                     Coach John Chaneyh Owls led the                Field: Sinty~four teams will he selected lo compete in the IYXX champronship.
                                                                                     nation in field-goal percentage de-            Automatic qualification: Gssocratmn of Mrd-Contment Universtttes, Atlanttc
                                                                                     fcnsc through games of February                   C‘                               onlerence, Big East Conference, Big Fight
                                                                                                                                         oast C:onference, Atlantic IO C‘
                                                                                     29, while coach Lute Olson’ W ild-                Conference, Big Sky Ccrnlerence, Big Ten Ccmferrncc. Colonial Athletic
                                                                                     cats were the top team in field-goal              Association, Fast Coast Conlcrcncr, Fastern College Athletic Conference,
                                                                                     percentage and three-point lield-                 North Atlantic, FC‘   AC‘ Metro Atlantic C‘  onfcrencc, Ivy Group, Metro
                                                                                                                                       Atlantic Athletic Conference, Metropolitan Collegrate Athletrc Conference,
                                                                                     goal percentage.                                  Mid-American Conference, Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Mtdwestern
                                                                                        Temple has four veteran starters               Collrgtate Conference, Mrssourr Valley Conlerencr, O h m Valley Conference,
                                                                                     in Tim Perry, Ramon Rivas, Mike                   Pacific Coast Athletic Assocration, I’ actfic~lO Conletence, Soutlre~atct II
TZwn@eSl7mPenygoesuptotstockashot                                                    Vreeswky and Harold Evans. Perry                  Conference, Southern Conlrrrnce, Southland Conference, Southwest
                                                                                                                                       Athletic Conference, Southwestern Athlettc Conference, Sun Belt Conference.
                                                                                                                                       Tram America Athletic Conference, West Coast Athletic Conference,

Lady Vols haven’ been resting
                  t                                                              1                                                     Western   Athletic Conference.
                                                                                                                                    Defending champion:      Indtana won the I987 crown with a 74-73 victory over

on their laurels since 1987 title

                                                                                                                                    Schedule: Frrst- and second-round games will be played March 17-19 and
                                                                                                                                       March 18-20. Region& are scheduled for March 24-26 (East and Southeast)
   A transformed Tennessee may                                                       standpoint, you can develop cons&                 and March 25-27 (Midwest and West). The 50th Final Four will be held
run itself straight to a second con-                                                 tency,,’Ciampi said. “W e talk about              April 24 in Kansas City.
secutive Division I Women’ Bas-   s                                                  delaying and disrupting the offense.           The NCAA News coverage: Patrrngs wrll appear in the March I6 issue, and
ketball Championship title.                                                          Our offensive system is designed to               scores will appear in the March 23 and 30 issuca of the paper. Fmal Four
   Coach Pat Head Summitt’ teamss                                                    have rebounding position. W e talk                results will be published in the April 6 News
have been known for tenacious de-                                                    a lot about pursuing the rebound.”             Contenders:                                              ltmple.
                                                                                                                                                   Anrona, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Purdue. ‘
fense and halfcourt offense, but                                     Pat                Auburn was ranked second na-
this Tennessee   team is different. The                                              tionally in both scoring offense and           Championship notes: Kentucky has made the most appearances in the
                                                                                                                                       championship (32) Ut‘  1.A has won the most tournament games (Sf, rn 23
I,ady Volunteers have gone from                                                      rebound margin. The team also was                 appearances). Stanford ts the only team with a perfect tournament mrord
deliberate to fast-paced and the                                                     eighth in field-goal percentage de-                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                       The Cardinal played in and won the IV42 championship, the school’ only
offense has moved from the post to                                                   fense and 12th in scoring defense.                appoarancc in the tournament ..221 instrtuttons have sent teams to the
the perimeter. In statistical rankings                                                  “I think Auburn is truly a great               championship through 49 seasons.
through gamesof February 29, Ten-                                                    team,” Summitt said. “They have
nessee  topped the nation in scoring                                                 one player that has allowed them to
offense with an averageof 9 1 points       percent of her field-goal attempts        be a notch better Vickie Orr, a
per game.                                  and was ranked lourth nationally in                            l’
                                                                                     great paint player. ‘ he supporting         Championship                            prof?le
   “This team has been explosive at        that category. Sophomore Tonya            cast makes Auburn a great team.,,                                     s
                                                                                                                                    Event: Dtvtston I women’ basketball.
times,” Summitt said.                      Edwards was the tournament’ most
                                                                        s               Orr, a 6-2 junior, was averaging
                                                                                                                                    Field: Forty teams will he sclectcd to play for the 198X championship,
   “Xnnessee is a much more diverse        outstanding player as a freshman.         17.1 points and 7. I rebounds
scoring team than last year:’Auburn        This season, she has come off the         through 27 games. Sharon Stewart,              Automatic quelificetion: Atlanttc Coast Conference, Atlantic IO Conference,
coach Joe Ciampi said. “That is            bench to average 13.6 points and          a 6-3 senior, was scoring 14.3points               Big East Conference, Big Eight Conference, Rig Ten Conference, Colomal
                                                                                                                                       Athletic Association, Gateway Collegiate Athletic Conference, High
something you have to be concerned                                                   and averaging 8.9 rebounds.
                                                                                                                                       Country Athlettc Conference, Metro Atlanttc Athletic Conference, Metro-
about.”                                                                                 The Iowa Hawkeyes have both                    politan C‘ollegiate Athletic Conference, Mtd-Amertcan Athletrc Conlrrence,
   Junior BridgetteGordon was aver-                                                  defenseand the national champion-                  Mountain West Athletic Confcrcnce, Ohio Valley Conference, Pacific Coast
aging 20.2 points through 26 games.                                                  ship on their minds.                              Athletic Assocratron, Pactfic~lO Conference, Southeastern Conference,
If she maintains that average, she                                                   Hawkeyes     in control                           Southwest Athletic Conlerence, Sun Belt Conference.
will be the first Tennessee   player in                                              “Defense is predictable,” coach                Defending champlon: Tcnnrssce claimed the 19X7 title with a 6744 victory
10 years to average20 points a game                                               C. Vivian Stringer said. “W e deter-                 over Loutstana Tech.
for a season.Cordon was the leading        4.9 rebounds. Senior Lisa Webb is mine what shots (an opponent) can                      khedule: First-round games wtll be played March 16. Second-round games
scorer and rebounder in last year’     s   averaging 7.4 rebounds a game and shoot and what shots we will not                          are set for March IX, IY or 20. Regionals will take place March 24 and 26.
tournament with I1 I points and 41         point guard Dawn Marsh leads the tolerate. W e take real serious pride                      The semifinals and championship will be played in ‘   Tacoma, Washington,
rebounds in five games. She is aver-       team in assistswith a 7.1 average. in the way we play defense.”                             April I and 3.
aging 6.7 rebounds this season.                “Dawn has provided tremendous         Iowa was ranked sixth in scoring               The NCAA News coverage: Pairings will appear in the March 16 issue, and
Elevated game                              leadership,“Summitt said. “She sets defense, yielding only 55.8 points                      scores appear the March 23 and 30 issues of the News Championship
                                                                                                                                              will        in
    “She has elevated her game to          the tone offensively and defensively.” per game. The team was 13th in                       results will be published April 6
 another level between her sopho-              Southeastern Conference rival field-goal percentagedefense,hold-                     Contendars: Auburn, Iowa, Tennessee,Texas.
 more and junior years,,’Summitt           Auburn lost to Tennesseein the ing opponents’shooting percentage
 said. “She has shown that a great         regional final last year. The Lady to 38.6. The Hawkeyes also were                       Championship                 s
                                                                                                                                                      notes Drake’ Lorrt Bauman (1982) is the only player who has
 offensive player can do more than         Tigers hope to use good defense shooting 50. I percent from the field.                               more                                            (36.7
                                                                                                                                       averaged than 30 pointsper gamein the championship in three
                                                                                                                                       games) Teams   representing institutionshaveplayedin this champion-
just put the ball in the basket.”          and strong rebounding to snare the        Senior Michelle Edwards aver-                     ship.. Although the school can claim only one crown ( 1982).Louisiana
    Sheila Frost, another junior, is       title for themselves.                  aged 19.6 points and 4.8 rebounds                    Techhaswonthemosttournament     games                      teams
                                                                                                                                                                             (20) It is oneof seven     that
 averaging 15.6 points and 7.8 re-         Consistency and pursuit                through 24 games. She is the Iowa                                 in
                                                                                                                                       haveappeared every tournament
 bounds. She also is hitting 63.2              “Defensively, from a coaching                   See Lzdy VOLT,  page 7                                                                                                   -
                                                                                                                                                                               THE NCAA NEWS/March           9,1999      7

Iowa teams’ dominance threatened in Division I wrestling
    Where once there was only Iowa,                       s
                                          ler at last year’ championships, the     tional within a week of defeating                                                           Santaro, 142, Pmrburgh. Scan O’    Day, 142,
there are now a host of claimants to      134-pound titlist went on to capture     Iowa and Oklahoma in dual meets.                                                            Edmboro, David Boyle. 142, Oregon State;
the Division I wrestling throne.                                                                                                                                               Mike Carpenter, 150, Iowa; Tim Manmng,
                                          a gold medal at the world cham-             Arizona State relies on excep-                                                           150, Minnesota: Scott lurner, 150, North
    Last season, Iowa State snapped       pionships.                               tional balance, boasting eight wrest-                                                       Carolina State; Jeff Jordan, I SO,Wisconsin;
the Hawkeycs’ streak of nine Divi-                                     s
                                             Among Oklahoma State’ other                                   s
                                                                                   lers among the nation’ top 10 in                                                            Sean Flnkbemer, 150, Penn Stare; Rob Koll,
sion 1 wrestling titles. Now, a field     top performers are Vince Silva ( 158)    their weights. Heading the list is                                                          158, North Carolina, Joe Pant&o. 15X.
of contenders that includes those         and Chris Barnes (177).                                                                                                              Mlctngan, Clay Ogden. I%. Gtadrl: Jim
                                                                                    190-pounder Mike Davies, third                                             Jim             Greesley: 167, Arizona State; Rod Sande,
rivals and another traditional power,     Still a threat                           last season.                                                                Gibbons         167. Minnesota: Dave Lee. 167, Wisconsin:
Oklahoma State-as well as upstart           While Iowa has slipped from its        Super sophomores                                                                            Juhn Kohls, 167, BrIgham Young, Jerry
Arizona State-will       challenge for    previous position of dominance, the        But the key to the Sun Devils’                                                            Ilmin, 167, Eastern Michigan; Craig Marhn,
the team title March 17-19at Ames,                                                emergence has been the rapid prog-                                                           167, Missouri; Mike Van Arsdale, 177, Iowa
                                          Hawkeyes will not escape notice at                                                                                                   State; John Ginther, 177, Arizona State;
Iowa.                                     Ames. Dan Gable, acknowledged           ress of sophomores Zeke Jones                                                                Dan Mayo, 177, Penn State; Brad l.loyd,
   Those contenders have spent                                                    (I 18), Tommy Ortiz (142) and Dan                                                            177, Lock Haven; Joe Stalford, 177. Okla-
much of the season defeating one                                                  St. John (158), each of whom                                                                 homa; Charlie Buckshaw, 177, Tennessee-
another in dual-meet action.                     Championships                    reached the finals in the Pacific-IO                                                         Chattanooga; Dave Dean, IYO. Minnesota;

                                                                                                                               Jack Cuvo, 1111,East Stroudsburg; Gory          Mark Colemen, IYO, Ohio Srare; Kyle Rim
   After struggling with injuries early                                           Conference as freshmen.                      Barr. I IX, Oklahoma State. Jim Martin,         chards, 190, Wlsconrm. Dave Marmla, 190.
in the winter, Iowa State has re-
gained a measure of health and is
                                             ’ ‘ Previews                            A third team from wrestling-rich          126, Penn State; Mike Stokes, 126, North
                                                                                                                                                                               Michigan State; Mark Sindlinger, heavy-
                                                                                  Iowa also will challenge on the                        State; Chris Bollin, 126,Oklahoma;    weight, Iowa; Rod Severn, heavyweight.
likely to offer a strong defense of the                                           home-state mats. Northern Iowa               Brett Penager, 126, Wisconsin: Jeff Gbbons,     Arizona State; Mark Tatum, heavyweight,
crown on its home floor at Hilton                                                                                              134. Iowa State; T. J. Sewell, 134,Oklahoma;    Oklahoma; Mike Lombardo, heavyweight,
                                          as one of the top wrestling coaches    features a top-notch brother combi-           John Fisher, 134, Michigan; Bill Hershey,       North Carolina State; Dean Hall, heavy-
Coliseum.                                                                         nation at the lower weights. Mark            134, North Carolina State; Ed Curran, 134,      weight, Edinboro; Tom Reese,heavyweIght.
                                          in NCAA history after barely a
One of the pack                           decade on the job, has revitalized     Schwab, just a sophomore, will be a           Bucknell; John Short, 142, Mmnesota; Pat        Maryland.
   “We’ putting the whole idea of
        re                                                                       favorite at 118 if he is healthy by the
                                          his program and has his team hun-
‘defending’  out of our minds,“coach      gry for another title. Head-to-head tournament. Brother Mike (126). a
Jim Gibbons said. “We’ just going
                           re             victories over Iowa State at both senior, also is among the leading                  Charnpionshipsprome
to be one of several teams in there       Iowa City and Ames this season contenders in his class.                                  Event    Division 1 wrestling.
scrapping and trying to win.”             should serve as a reminder of Iowa’  s     The Panthers also are strong at
   The Cyclones lost a pair of indi-      capabilities.                          the other end of the lineup with                  Field: A field of 330 wrestlers will compete for team and individual champion-
                                             Royce Alger, individual champion heavyweight Joel Greenlee.
                                                                                                                                       ships, with another 36 individuals advancing from the Division II and
vidual champions but have two                                                                                                           Division III championships.
others back. Tim Krieger (150             at 167, is back to lead the Hawkeye        Some found it hard to believe
pounds) and Eric Voelker (190)            effort. Runners-up Brad Penrith        that traditional power Oklahoma                   Automatic qwlifkation:         ltn
                                                                                                                                                              Big ‘ Conference, Big Eight Conference, Eastern
                                          ( 126) and Jim Heffeman ( 150) also posted a losing dual-meet record in
                                                                                                                                       Intercollegiate Wrestling Association. Pacific-IO Conference, Eastern
each won a narrow victory at Mary-                                                                                                     Wrestling League, Mid-American      Conference, East Coast Conference,
land last March, but each has en-         have performed well this season.       1987. But with new blood in the
                                                                                 lineup, Stan Abel’ Sooners have
                                                                                                      s                                Atlantic Coast Conference, Southern Conference, Big Sky/ Western Athletic
hanced his reputation in his class           Arizona State upset the Division                                                          Conferences, New England llniversity Wrestling Association, Mid-Eastern
this season.                                                                     bounced back this season. William
                                          I status quo in December by grab-                                                            Athletic Conference and two regional qualifying tournaments.
team titles, more than the combined       bing the top spot in the national “Junior” Taylor, junior college cham-                                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                   Defending champlon: Iowa State, wtnch m 1987 snapped Iowa’ nine-year
total of traditional rivals Iowa, Iowa    rankings. Coach Bobby Douglas, pion at 150 pounds last year, will be                        stranglehold on the title, will be seeking its own nmth crown.
State and Oklahoma, but the Cow-          long considered one of the sport’ among the top contenders in that
                                          top theorists and a recent inductee class at the championships.
                                                                                                                                   Schedule: Iowa Stare will host the championships         February 17-19 at Hilton
boys have not won since 197I.                                                                                                         Coliseum.
   Coach Joe Seay’ team does fea-
                      s                   into the hall of fame for his interna-     Other top teams include six Big
ture perhaps the top performer in         tional success as a competitor,        Ten Conference squads-Minne-                      The NCAA News coverage: Resulls from the championshlps will appear m the
collegiate wrestling in John Smith.       guided the Sun Devils to the title at sota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio                       March 23 issue of The NCAA News.
Named the most outstanding wrest-         the prestigious Las Vegas Invita- State, Indiana and Purdue-- and                        Contenders: Iowa State, Oklahoma           State, Arizona   State, Iowa, Northern
                                                                                 Penn State, Lock Haven, North                        Iowa, Oklahoma.
                                                                                 Carolina State, Edinboro, North
Lady Vols                                                                        Carolina and Bloomsburg.
                                                                                  Other top individuals
                                                                                                                                   Championships notes: The last lime a team champion came from outside the
                                                                                                                                      states of Iowa and Oklahoma was Mlctngan’ victory m 1967. Iowa coach
                                                                                                                                      Dan Gable trails only E C Gallagher of Oklahoma State m champIon-
Conrinued jkom page 6                and Texas in the championship            Other outstanding individuals in-                       ships The first championship meet, 60 years ago, also wac held ar Iowa
career leader in both steals and Semi-Iii to advanceto the fillal game. clude:                                                        Stare, which has hosfed the event four other tlmrr At least four individual
assists. Shanda Berry had a 14.6 Through February 26, the Lady                Steve Marrm, I IX. Iowa: Keith NIX, I Iii.              champions will hc on hand lo defend their titles
scoring average and an 8.4 rebound- Techsters were ranked first in rem Mmncsota, Dave Rowan, 118. Edinboro;
ing average. Franthea Price was bound margin, second in scoring
scoring 13.5 points per game and defense and fourth in scoring of-
grabbing an average of 5.8 rem fense. Texas was fifth in scoring
bounds.                              offense and has remained one of the
                                                                                  Division I women’ swimming has
   Texas and Louisiana Tech will be nation’ top teams despite the loss
in the thick of the competition once of Clarissa Davis to an injury Senior
again. Last year, Louisiana Tech Yulonda Wimbish ha paced the
                                                                                  four teams vying for championship
                                                                              Texas and Stanford finished way                  swam on the record-setting 200-                  “With Davies and McFarlane in the
defeated Iowa in the regional final team in scoring.                       out in front of the competition           at        yard medley relay team and the                   breaststroke, we should be able to
                                                                           the Division I Women’ Swimming
                                                                                                       s                       first-place 800 freestyle relay team.            sweep both events.
                                                                           and Diving Championships last                       She also claimed titles in the IOO-                “Hut    I also think   in order for the
                                                                           year, but a four-way battle is brewing              and 2(W)-yardbackstrokes in 1986.               team to win, everyone has to per-
                                                                           for the top spot this season.                           “As team captain, Betsy provides            form. The competition is so good,
                                                                              Second-place Stanford finished                   leadership in and out of the water,”                    t
                                                                                                                                                                               we can’ just rely on a few swimmers
                                                                                  just   I7 points   behind     ‘
                                                                                                                Texas, but a   said assistant coach Jill Stcrkcl.              to carry the team.”
                                                                                  whopping 3 16.5 points ahead of                           s
                                                                                                                               “When she’ at her best, the rest of                The Cardinal returns more point-
                                                                                  third-place Florida in 1987. The                                                             scorers than rival Texas but has
                                                                                  teams will gather again March 17-                                                            faced a couple of setbacks that may
                                                                                  19 at the University of Texas Swim                                                            prevent   it from   overcoming     Texas’
                                                                                  Center in Austin for the seventh                                                             dominance at the championships.
                                                                                  Division    I women’
                                                                                                     s        meet.                                                               Although she suffered a twisted
                                                                                      “There should be a real battle for                                                       ankle and torn ligaments early last
                                                                                  first between us, Stanford, Florida                                                          summer, senior Susie Rapp is swim-
                                                                                  and possibly California,“said Texas          the team follows her.”                          mmg the breaststroke faster than in
                                                                                  head coach Richard Quick. “We                   Though     she wasl‘
                                                                                                                                                         top        point-     1987; however, she has dropped a
                                                                                  have a very talented team but we’     re     scorer in 1987,Mitchell by no means             bit in the individual medley. Team-
                                                                                  not as balanced as we’ been in the
                                                                                                          ve                   is the only standout returning. Other           mate Dana Anderson had a broken
                                                                                  past.                                        veterans include Ann Drolsom, Car-              arm in January but still is expected
                                                                                      “Our strength lies in the sprint         rie Steinseifer, Tracey McFarlane,              to qualify for the championships.
                                                                                  freestyles, which is a little bit risky,     Jodi Fyles, Stacy Cassiday, Andrea                 Add to that Michelle Griglione’ s
                                                                                  and we have some definite weak-              Hayes and Kim Rhodenbaugh.                      decision to leave the squad to con-
                                                                                  nesses,”  Quick said.                            Drolsom, McFarlane and Eyles                centrate on training for the Summer
                                                                                      “Of course, we have the home-            joined   Mitchell   on the winning     200-     Olympics and you come up with a
                                                                                  team advantage, but I think it will          yard medley relay team; and Mit-                combination of weaknesses that
                                                                                  only be slight. Stanford and Florida         chell, Steinseifer and Cassiday were            may leave the Cardinal trailing
                                                                                  have swum here before and know               part of the winning 8OO-yard frcc-              Texas again this year.
                                                                                  what to expect-it’ a really fast,            style relay squad.                                       give fits’
                                                                                                                                                                                Hope to ‘
                                                                                  exciting pool. But the crowd element            McFarlane also claimed an indi-                 “Texa5 is going for its fifth cham-
                                                                                  will be to our advantage.”                   vidual title with her record-setting            pionship and will be tough to beat
                                                                                  Mitchell    returns                          performance in the IO&yard breast-              at home,” Stanford coach George
                                                                                     Eight returning scorers and a             stroke.                                         Haines said. “We were just I7 points
                                                                                  strong freshman squad should help            Key freshmen                                                                    re
                                                                                                                                                                               behind them last year so we’ prac-
                                                                                  Quick’ Longhorns overcome the                   Newcomers Kelley Davies and                  tically guaranteed second place this
                                                                                  152.5 points the team lost to gra-           Susan Johnson will add depth to                 year.
                                                                                  duation. Key to the Longhorns’               the team with their performances in                     re
                                                                                                                                                                                  “We’ just going to go down
                                                                                  successlast year was Betsy Mitchell,         the butterfly and breaststroke                  there and give them fits,“ he added.
                                                                                  who is back for her final season.            events, respectively. “Kelly and Su-               CardinG strength will come from
                                                                                     Mitchell set records in both back-        san are two key freshmen who are                veterans Jenna Johnson, Aimee Ber-
                                                                                  stroke events last year, finished first      real quality swimmers and who will              zins, Laurie McLean, Michelle Do-
Texes dies     on Yulonda Wmbishf          saniw                                  in the 200 individual medley, and            play important roles,” said Sterkel.                             See DiviGn       I, page 8
                                                                                                                                                                  / I   i                                           I,

‘      j. Tl-lEl NCAA NEWS/March      9.1988

Newcomers add excitement to play-off in men’ ice hockey
   As is customary every four years,                                                    this may be the best Laker team         X95) had his best year ever as he                 s
                                                                                                                                                                            year’ bunch is led by seniors Don
collegiate men’ ice hockey swal-                                                        ever.                                   played all but 11 minutes during the        Sweeney (6-19-25) and Jerry Paw-
lowed hard as many of its brightest                                                        Coach Frank Anzalone can count       regular season.                             loski (2-18-20). Harvard killed 57
stars competedfor the U.S. Olympic                                                      on Kord Cernich ( 14-20-34) and         Surprising   seniors                        straight penalties during one stretch
team. The absences, however, al-                                                        Terry Hossack (13-14-27) at both           After losing Lane MacDonald              this season.
lowed new stars and new teams to                                                        the blue line and the offensive end.    and Allen Bourbeau to Team USA,                “Our defenseis our strongest suit.
surface in quest of a national cham-                                                    The Lakers allowed only 97 goals in     many thought Harvard coach Bill             W e just have not given up many
pionship.                                                                      Doug     the Central Collegiate Hockey As-       Cleary would have to rely on a              goals this year. And that takes all
   Old reliables like Minnesota (14                                            Woog     sociation 26 fewer than Michigan        talented but unproven freshman              six people playing well together on
NCAA appearances), W isconsin                                                           State, the next-closest team.           class to advance the NCAA tourna-           the ice. W e take pride in our de-
(eight) and Harvard ( 12) always                                                           At the other end, Mark Vermette      ment. Lost in the shuffle was a             fense,”said Cleary.
stem to emergeat tournament time.                                                       (41-25-66) led the nation in goals      talented and determined senior class.          Offensively, Harvard is led by
But keep an eye on Maine and Lake                                                       scored. Vermette scored a goal in 28       “1 think a lot of people are sur-        seniors Stcvc Armstrong ( I3- 13-26)
Superior State as each strives for                                                      of 38 gamesand scored a point in 33     prised with the way we have played          and Andy Janfaza ( I3-9-22), as well
only its second bid in the Division 1                                                   of 38 contests.                         this year,” said Cleary, in his 18th        as Pctcr Ciavaglia (7-19-26) and C.
Men’ Ice Hockey Championship.                  outset of the season,acceptedcoach          As the only Division I team with     year as head coach. “Our seniors            J. Young (10-9-19).
W inter hot spot                               Doug Woog’ concept of team dc-
                                                              s                         five or fewer losses, Lake Superior     have really done an amazing job.               Aggressive forechecking permit-
    W ith Maine (29-6-2 overall, 24-2          fense and survived the loss of three     State consistently runs four solid      They have brought the young kids            ted Harvard opponents an average
conference) perched atop Hockey                players to Team USA.                     lines at its opponents, with Peter      along real well.”                           of only 25 shots per game and
 East and primed for a trip to Lake              Sophomore goaltender Robb              Stauber (24-2549), Anthony Pa-             At the heart of any Cleary-              helped goaltender John Dcvin (2.67,
 Placid, the Black Bears’ Alfond               Stauber has had an unbelievable          lumbo (I 3-2942) and Mike de Carle      coached team is defense, and this           .900) in front of the net.
 Arena is the hottest place in the             year. In the last nine games of the      (23-33-56) supporting Vermette.
 Northeast. Over 4,300 fans (200               regular season, he had four shut-           Freshman Bruce Hoffort is I7-2-
over capacity) gather for every                outs and allowed only 12 goals (I .33    3 in goal, with two shut-outs in 23     Championship                            profSe
 Maine home game, and the Black                goals-againstaverage,.964 saveper-       games (2.63, 906). He allowed two
 Bears have not let them down.                 centage).                                or fewer goals in I3 of his last 17                             s
                                                                                                                                   Event: Division I men’ rce hockey.
    Hockey East coach-of-the-year                 Right wing Peter Hankinson (23-       regular-seasoncontests.
                                                                                           The W isconsin Badgers (26-12-1,        Field: Twelve teams will be selected to play rn thr 1988 champronship
Shawn Walsh, in his fourth season
at Maine, honestly can believe that                                                     20-9-l), runner-up to Minnesota in                                           ollcgiate Hockey Association, Eastern
                                                                                                                                   Automatic qualification: Ccnrral (‘
                                                                                        the WCHA, are seeking their fifth             College Athletic Confcrcnce, Hockey Fast, Western Collegiate Hockey
his Black Bears have a shot at the                                                                                                    Association.
title. Led by Hockey East player-of-                                                    NCAA championship.
the-year Mike McHugh (27-34-61)                                                            After starting out with a 64 ret-       Defending champlon:     North I)akota drleatrd Mrchrgan State, 5-3. for the
and forward David Capuano (29-                                                          ord through November 13, the                  I987 title.
46-75), who set a Maine single-                                                         Badgers lost defenseman Shawn              Schedule: First-round games are set for March IX, 19 or 20 and will br played
season record for points, Maine is             1942) came on strong near the end        Sabol to the National Hockey                  at on-campus s&x Also to be played on campur are the quarterfinals,
loaded. Throw in defensemenJack                of the regular season and led the                  s
                                                                                        League’ Philadelphia Flyers. W is-            March 25,26 or 27. The sermfinals and championship will he played March
                                               Gophers in goals scored. Randy           consin responded by winning eight             31 and April 2 in Lake Placid, New York.
Capuano ( 12-34+; U.S. Olympian
Eric Weinrich, who joined the squad            Skarda ( 18-24-42)tied a league rec-     of its next IO games and notching          The NCAA Newscoverege: The March 23 and 30 issues of the News will carry
after the Olympics, and goaltender             ord for defensemen with 18 goals.        an 18-6-I record since November               scores and pairings. Championship results ~111appear April 6.
Scott King (21-3-I record, 3.02                              s
                                                  Minnesota’ team defense, bal-         27.
                                                                                                                                   Contenders: Harvard, I.ake Superior Slalr, Mamr, Mmnesota, St. Lawrence,
goals-againstaverage,900 saveper-              anced scoring (16 players have              First-team ail-conferenceleft wing         Wisconsin.
centage), and Maine has the ability            scored IO or more points) and Robb       Paul Ranheim (3 l-24-55) and right
                                               Stauber might give the Gophers an        wing Steve Tuttle (25-34-59) spur          Champlonshlp notes: Teams from 28 mstitutions have played in the champion-
to walk away with a championship                                                                                                      ship Only twice (I 968 and 1972) has the championship game featured a
trophy.                                        edge.                                    the Badger offensiveattack. Defense-          shut-out.. Colorado Springs was the site of thr first 10 championship
    Minnesota (3 I-7 overall, 30-7 con-        Stingy defense                           man Paul Stanton (8-35-53) led the            games Denver owns the largest margin of victory m a title game (10 goals).
ference), picked by many to finish                Defense is the name of the game       squad in assists during the regular           St. Lawrence was the victim, rhe year was 1961 and the final score was IZ-
third or fourth in the Western Colle-          at Lake Superior State (27-5-6, 22-      season.                                       2.
giate Hockey Association at the                4-6), as well as the main reason why        Goaltender Dean Anderson (3.3 I,

Division I                                                                              Fencers turn attention to play-offs
Continued from page 7                                             3
                                        scored 121 of the Gators’ I5 points                Yves Auriol sees a parallel be-      van is among several fencers whose       crown and brought home Notre
nahue and Rapp.                         at the 1987 championships.                      tween the recent W inter Olympics       attention is divided hctween colle-              s
                                                                                                                                                                         Dame’ first NCAA women’ cham-s
    Sprint freestyler Johnson will be      Bruce, who considered devoting               and the sport of fencing.               giate competition and the quest for      pionship.
defending titles in the 50 and 100 herself to Olympic training instead                     “You hear people talking about       Olympic glory. Sullivan, who just           “W e lost our first two matches
events and may better her second- of returning for her junior year, is                  the problems the U.S. was having in     returned from Olympic preparations       this season,but 1 think we still have
place finish in the 100 fly. If Rapp the defending 1,650freestyle champ                 the Olympics, but then you won’     t   in the form of international compe-      a good shot,” Auriol said. “W e have
does regain her strength and form,      and a top choice to claim that spot             hear any more about skiing or skat-                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                         a good team, but it’ hard to rcpcat.”
                                                                                        ing for the next four years,” said                                                  Sullivan. a senior, will be at-
she should contribute significantly     again. Torres, in addition to a third-

with a repeat victory in the 2OO-yard place finish in the 50 free, contrib-                                   s
                                                                                        Auriol, the women’ fencing coach                                                 tempting to regain the individual
                                                                                        at Notre Dame. “It’ the same with                                                championship she captured in 1986
breaststroke. She also has the po- uted to four of the Gators’relays.
tential to finish first in the 100                   s
                                           California’ loss of Mary T.                  fencing. There will be someexposure                  Preview                     but lost to Caitlin Bilodeaux of
breast and 200 individual medley.       Meagher is a crucial one, but coach             for the sport during the Olympic                                                 Columbia-Barnard last March. Bi-
    Stanford is a stong favorite to Karen Thornton has compensated                      year, then it will be over.                                                      lodeaux has left the collegiate ranks
defend its 400 free relay and 400 by adding top recruit Hiroko Naga-                       “The IJ.S. is struggling even in     tition in Italy, will seek to regain the and now is devoting her full atten-
medley relay titles because all saki. Nagasaki set a U.S. Open                          some of the better-known sports.        NCAA individual title when the tion to preparation for the Olympics.
members~ Johnson, Rapp, Berzins record last year in the 200 breast,                     W e are such a sports-oriented so-                                       s
                                                                                                                                National Collegiate Women’ Fen- Sullivan, even with her own time
and McLean in the freestyle and cutting more than two seconds off                       ciety. There has to be some attention   cing Championships are held March        divided, ranks as a clear favorite,
Johnson, Rapp, BerTins and Do-                  s
                                        Rapp’ previous title-winning time.              given, between those big events, to     21-23 at Princeton.                      and her individual successwill de-
nahue in the medley-are back.              Depth will come in the mid- and                                           s
                                                                                        ways to improve the country’ sports               s
                                                                                                                                    Auriol’ squad also will have a termine whether Notre Dame can
    Also battling for the top spot will longdistance freestyle events with              performances.”                          team title to defend. Last season, repeat.
be Florida and California.              the assistance of Lisa Meyers and               Attention   divided                     the Fighting Irish snapped the Ivy          Sophomore Anne Barreda and
                                        Cheryl Kriegsman. Meyers’top fin-                                   s
                                                                                          The Fighting Irish’ Molly Sulli-                s
                                                                                                                                League’ three-year hold on the                          See Fencers, puge 10
 Slight advantage                       ish in the 1987championships was a
    Florida seems to have a slight second-place spot in the 500 free,
 advantage over the Golden Bears and Kriegsman added points with
 with the return of Dara Torres and her fourth-place performance in the
                                                                                        Kenyon men seek ninth swim title
                                                                                            When the Division Ill Men’      s   set Division Ill records last season.       the winning relay squads.
 Tami Bruce. Combined, the two           1,650free.                                     Swimming and Diving Champion-              Other veterans are David Creen-             Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, after
                                                                                        ships are mentioned, the first team     lee, who finished first in the 100free      settling for a disappointing fifth
                                                                                        that pops into mind is Kenyon.          and second in the 50 free; George           place last year on the heels of four
Championships                              profile                                          The Lords have compiled an          Pond, second in the 100 free; Na-           consecutivesecond-placefinishes, is
                                                                                        amazing string of eight consecutive     thaniel Lierandi, fifth in the 200          heading into the championships
    Event: Division I women’ swimming                                                   titles in the 13-year history of the                                                             re
                                                                                                                                                                            with a “we’ back” attitude. The
    Field: Qualifying standards have been adopted to permit approximately 240           championships. They return March                                                    Stags did not suffer as much from
        swimmers IO compete in the championships                                         17-19 in search of No. 9 at Emory                                                  graduation this season as was the
    Automatic qualification:   Now                                                      University.                                                                         case last year.
                                                                                            Kenyon coach Jim Steen has an                                                      “1 have five seniors this year who
    Defending champlon: Texas won the school’ fourth s                          s
                                                                  straight women’
       swimming title with a 17-point victory over Stanford.                            experiencedsquad returning for the                                                  really are the guts of the team,”said
                                                                                         1988 competition, including all-                                                   coach Michael Sutton. “Plus we
    schedule: Texas will host the 1988 championships March I7- 19                       America Dennis Mulvihill. Recently      breaststroke, and Alan Schmidt,             have two strong freshmen who can
    The NCAA News caverage: ChampionshIps results will appear in the March              named North Coast Athletic Con-         third and fifth in the 100 and 200          score big in at least one race each,
       23 issue of the News                                                             ferenceswimmer of the year, Mulvi-      backstrokes, respectively.                  maybe more.”
    Contenden:    California, Florida, Stanford, Texas                                  hill will defend NCAA titles in the     Relay strength                              Freestyle rematch
                                                                                        200- and 5OO-yard freestyles and           Kenyon’ real strength seems to
                                                                                                                                            s                                  Top returners for the Stags are
    ChampionshIps notes: Texas, Stanford and Florida are the only teams ever to
       linish lirst or second in the team competition     Florida leads in individual
                                                                                        again will be an integral part of the   be in the relay events, which it swept      all-Americas Don Kuhn and Todd
       ritle winners with 40 through rhe lirst six years of the championships      At   400 medley, 400 free and 800 free       last year. The Lords are prepared to        McKenzie. Kuhn, who swam to the
       the 1987 championships, meet records were set in half (nine) of the events       relay teams.                            do the same in 1988- Mulvihill,             No. 2 spot in the 1,650 free, will
       contested Swimmers from 41 schools scored points during the 1987 event.                       s
                                                                                            Mulvihill’ times of 1:37.43in the   Pond, Greenlee, Lierandi and                again be up against defending
                                                                                        200 free and 4:25.05 in the 500 free    Schmidt aII.weye;oq at lea&one of                            See Kenyon, page 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            THE,NCAA                NEWS-~,                             1988            t9

North Dakota State takes Division II wrestling title
    After 24 seasonsas a head coach,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Krwoff,         SIIJ-EdwardswIle.                 def Kendle.             13-5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Semifinals-             Randall        def Morris,            54; Kris-
Bucky Maughan finally has his na-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           toff def. I-rame. X-6.
tional championship.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Finals          Krlrtoff        dcf. Randall,             15-8: Third
    North Dakota State handed the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           places        Framcdcf.            Morrw         10-7, Flflh place
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Kcndlc        def. Mlhfeld.               X-2: Seventh              place--
veteran mentor the team title during                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Holfner        def Johnson,              X-5.
the Division II Wrestling Cham-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       177~pound            class
pionships March 4-5 at Nebraska-                                                                                                                                                       Rkk                                                                           R. J.                       First     round            Denzil       I-orrester,          Southern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Corm          St., def. Rollic               French,          Augwana
Omaha. The Bison’ 88 points, the                                                                                                                                                       Goeb                                                                          Nebe                   (S.D.). 9.2. Dwght                 Downs. SlIJ-Edwardsville,
lowest winning total in the event                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           dcf. Klp Fennelly.                Llherty,      4-l: Pat Johannes,
since 1970, outdistanced the host                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           North       Dak        St. def Don Zeman,                      UC Daws,
team by 61/4points. Southern Illi-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           16-X: Joe Wypiszcnblrl,                    Northern          Mzh.,        def.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BIII Warn&y.                Vxglma           St., 8-6. Joe Real,,
nois-Edwardsville, champion from                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Cheyncy.          def Pat Rohhms.                   Central        Mo       St.
 1984 through 1986, was third.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               14-3: R          I Nehe.            Neb -Omaha,               def      Brian
    Maughan was voted coach of the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bennett,         Cal St. Ctuco,                11-5, Stcvc             Miller,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Arhland,dcf.            Wayne Fngcbr&on,                    North Dak.,
year after the victory.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     7-h.
    North Dakota State was led by                           21. UC Davis, 9, 22. Augustana       (SD ),                   X?&       def. Johns,     19-10.                                                  Liberty.       def Ben Dagley,                Ashland.         9-3: Dan             Quntlcrtinals-               l-orrester        de!’ Downs,             X-6,
senior Rick Goeb, who captured                           23. St. Cloud Sc.. 6%: 24 Norfolk       St., 5%.                  25.          Finals      Goeh      def    Stukes.    l-4:    Third               Russell,        Portland        St., dcf. Eric Cluck,                Lake       Johannes           def Wypiszenski,                  12-8, Nebc dcf.
                                                         Gannun,      3%; 26. (tie) Northern      Cola.                   and       place      Browndef.      Johns. 1X-12: Fifth place ~                   Superior          St. 21Lll:          Kip K&off,                SlUmI+          Be&.       X-2. Mooney              def. Mdler, 3-l OT.
the individual championship at 126                       Vrgma       St., 3: 2X (tie) San Fran.       St.                 and       Ramlrez       def. Lilly,     10-4, Scvcnth      place                  wardsville.        def Bourck Cashmore.                    North Dak                Semifinals              Forrcslcr        dcf. Johannes,               16-4,
pounds. The Bison also got runner-                       WInston-Salem.      2: 30 (tie) Cheyney     and                  Lw         Haighr def Centanni          by criteria                               St , X-O, Chris Lushanko,                     St Cloud           St., def.      Nrbe dcf. Mooney.                   I-O OT.
up finishes from Dave Calliguri                          tngstone.     %
                                                                      I’                                                                                  13cpound        class                             Chns Ciraham, Fcrrw St., 14-4, Shaun O’                           Hearn,             Finals-        Ncbc         dcf. Fnrre,tcr,              7-4; Third
                                                            32 Mankato      St, I                                                                                                                           Sprmghcld,           dcf. Johnell          tiamcy,        Norfolk       St.,    place          Mooney            def. Johannes.                5-3: Fifth
(118) and Matt Palmer (190) and                                                                                                         Fint round          Nathaniel      Medrano,       San Fran.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            by lcchnwal           fall.                                                     place-        Downs det Miller, 3-2; Seventh place
                                                                                                                                    St.. def. Tony          Molchak,       Ashland,        5-3, Bob
semifinal points from Gene Green                                       INDIVIDUAL           RESULTS
                                                                                                                                    Berceau,       Northern       Mwh.,       def. John Stukes.                  QuarWfinalr--              Perry ~mk. South Dak St .                        Wypiszenski            dcf. Lcman,            7-4.
                                                                             116-pound        clams
( 158) and Pat Johannes ( 177).                              First round-Dave            Calliguri,    North     Dak.
                                                                                                                                    Longwood,           13-7: Kirwyn          Adderly,       Norfolk        def Shaffer, 64. Russell def I-isher by technical                                                         WO-pound             class
                                                                                                                                                                                                            fall, 5.35, Kristoff               pinned         I,ushanko.          2. I I.        First round-Nate                    Toedter.       St Cloud            St,
    R. J. Nebe led Nebraska-Omaha                        St., pinned Victor       Cobos, Cal St. Chico, 5.34:
                                                                                                                                    St., de1 Dan Collins,               North      Dak.     St.. 7-h.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            O‘ Hearn        def Mike Curley. Grand Valley St .5-                            def lohn McIntyre.                  Humboldt          St., by technical
                                                                                                                                    Scott     Kline.      SlU~tdwardsv~lle,             dcf. I.arry
by winning the 177-pound title be-                       Mark Plterski,       Southern       Cow.    SI., def Andy
                                                                                                                                    Robey, Pitt-Johnstown,             9-7, Walter Illrlrh.         Cal     3                                                                               fall, 4.44, Antonlo                 Kllpacnck,          Pembroke            St.,
fore the home fans.                                      Anderson.      I.wmgstone.        13-2: Steve Jakl. Neb
                                                                                                                                    St. Chico, def. Duane Barnhart,                   North     Dak.,            Semifinals             Russell dcf. Fmk by techmcal                        dcf. Tom Mc~ta. Cal St Chwa.                                by technical
                                                         Omaha,     def. Broderick         Lee, Portland     St., 5-2                                                                                       lall, 6.09: Krlsloff            def. O’   Hearn.         2-l                    tall. 5.49: Doug                 (‘hapman.            I-erris       St.. def.
    Succeeding Southern Illinois-Ed-                     OT: Inten        Barn.    I.lherty.     def Chris    Lantr.
                                                                                                                                    R-2: Andre         Harnitz,       Mankato        St., def. Bdl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Finals         Russell def Krisrolf                by disquah&             Adam Cole, UC Davis, by technical                                 fall. 7.00.
                                                                                                                                    Defenbaugh,           Humboldt        St., 7-5: Par Dow
wardsville’ four-time champion                           SltJ~Edwardsville,        12-3; Dan VanMourik,           Fer-
                                                                                                                                    South Dak. St., def. Mike Bruner, Lake Supe-                            cation, 554; Third place~O‘                Hearn              def Fink,          Ma((      Palmer,          North         Dak        Sr . def           Bryan
Tim Wright as the tournament’        s                   ris St., dcf. Tony Grlffilh,        Central    Mo. St. 2lL
                                                                                                                                    nor St., 16-S.                                                          7-3, Fifth place               Cashmore          def. Dagley,         124.       Flam,       Central         MO. SI . by dxquahficatron:
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Seventh        place~Curley              def Shaffe. 3-O
dominant individual was Pitts-                                                                                                          QusrtertinaB~           Berceau       pinned      Mcdrano,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     156-pound           class
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Dave Pippin,             Neh -Omaha,              def. Jim Koerber,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Grand         Valley St., 5-4, Ken Hackman,                              Cahf.
burgh-Johnstown’ Carlton Hasel-                                                                                                     4.29: Adderly           def. Kline,        20-8, IJlwh          def
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 First round-Kurt                Johnson,         Ferris St., def.          (Pa.), def. Larry Bethel, I.~vmgsrone.                             7-l: Russ
                                                                                                                                    Harnitz       by cntena,        Dorn      def. Tim       I-ailing.
rig, who was named most                                                                                                             Springfield,       by techmcal       fall, 6.05                         Andre        Iaylor, Portland           St., 6-5; Kory Masher,                  WI@.          SIU-EdwardswIle.                  def. Craig Witaker.
outstanding wrestler after success-                                                                                                     Semiiinak          Berceaudef.        Adderly. X-7: Dorn             North        Dak.      St., dcf. Steve              Harmon.          SIU-      Cheyney,         4-3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            EdwardswIle,              10-2; Brad Hlldebrandr,                    Neb:            QumWfin~lr                   Kllpacrick         def. Toedter,           I2-
fully defending his heavyweight title.                                                                                              def Ulrich,       74.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Omaha,          pmned        W&s        Mouron,          Wmston-Sa-             5; Palmerdef.            Chapman,           8-6, Hackman               pmned
                                                                                                                                        Finals-Dorn            pinned    Berceau,       4: IO: Third
Haselrig recorded three pins in his                                                                                                 place-Failing             pinned      Ulrlch,      3:OO: Fifth          lem, 3.24, Brent Kramg,                      Cal St. Ctuco, def.                 PIppin,       3.33, Paul Kocmg,                    South         Dak. St..
four matches. He also will defend                                                                                                   place       Barnhan       pmned Adderly. 4.14; Seventh                  Terry Dorman,               Central      Mo. St., l3d.                          dcf. WItrIg,           5-l.
                                                         5; Rick DiCola.           Ashland.      def Ric Fehr. Hum-                                                                                              Quarterfinals              Gent       Green,        North       Dak.            Scmifinalr              Palmer         def. Kdparrlck,                5-4:
his Division I crown next week at                        boldt St . 15-Y
                                                                                                                                    place        Robey def. Bruner. 6-O OT
                                                                                                                                                                                                            St., def. Johnwn,              6-5, Moshcr           dcf. Bob tiood,             Hackman           dcf. Koemg             by lechmcal           fall, 6:22.
Iowa State.                                                 Quartefinalr~Calliguri                   def Brian Gurzo.                                      142~paund         c(a
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Llbcrly,      7-3, Hlldebrandc              dcf. Tun O’        Connor,              Finals-        Hackman             def. Palmer,          12-l; Thud
                                                                                                                                         First    round-Andy                Leier,    North       Dak.,
    Also repeating as individual ti-                     South Dak            St . IO-O): Piterski          def Jakl. Y-2:
                                                                                                                                    pinned       Mike     Snelling,      Central      MO St., I.12
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ashland,          16-3; John Mansfield,                   Cahf. (Pa.),          place-l<dpatrlck                   dcf. Chapman,                 4-3, Fifth
                                                         VanMourik           def Baum. 16d: Roger Singleton.                                                                                                def. Kramg,            16-8.                                                    place          Koenig          def. Pippin,             12-7: Seventh
tlists from 1987 were Pat Dorn of                        Grand Valley St., def. DiCola,                   13-2.                     UT; Eustacio          Torres,     San Fran          St., def. Jeff
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Semifinals             Masher def. Green, 9-2, Hddc-                       place         Tocdter        def. Wiwg,            7-l.
South Dakota State (134) and Kory                            Scmifinals~Calliguri                def. Piterski,          10-2;      Becker,       Augustana         (S.D.).     5-4, Alan        Beany.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            hrandr del. Mansfield,                  17-7.                                                           HeavyweIght              clau
                                                                                                                                    Ashland,        def. John Wachsmulh,               P&land        St.,
Mosher of North Dakota (158).                            Smgleton         def. VanMourik             by technical         fall,
                                                                                                                                    7-l. Duane          Maue,       Colorado         Mmes,       pmncd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fin&          Mosherdef.           Hddehrandt            by default,            First round              Randy         Sreler. Lake Superior
                                                         s:30.                                                                                                                                              3.48: Third place-Johnson                       def Green. 16-12:               St. def Kurt                Bednar,        SIU~Edwardsville,                   by
    Another individual of note was                           Finals-Singleton            def Calligurl.          7-3: Tlurd         Tom Whiting.             Wis.-Parkside,           2 IS: Warren
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Fifth      place -Harmon                 def. Mansfield,              6-2,     technxal          fall, 2:35; Craig Brooks,                       Norlhcm
Roger Singleton of Grand Valley                          place--     Piterski def. VanMourik,                 2-O OT, Fifth         Stewart.       Liberty.     def Jeff Ocel. North               Dak       Sevenlh        place       ~Taylor def. Mowon                   by cech-        hlwh., dcf. Timothy                   Penme, Vwgmla                 St.. 5-l:
                                                                                                                                    St., 6-3; Brian            Thomas,        Neb.-Omaha,           def.
State, who emerged from years in                         place       DlCola         def.     Guzro,         7-4, Seventh
                                                                                                                                    Larry       Carwise,      Liwngscone,          15-5, Bob Ray,
                                                                                                                                                                                                             nical fall, 6:00                                                               Clark        Schnepel.           Neb -Omaha.                pinned         Ron
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     167~pound           class
Wright’ shadow to win at 118                             place-Jakl           def. Baum by disqualification.
                                                                                                                                    Pitt-Johnstown.           def Tom Paveglio.             Ferris .SI .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  First    round          Jeff Randall,            Neb.-Omaha,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Young, Liberty,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             def. Tom Walkley.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          3.28, Tim La)clk,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           UC Daws,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               St. 9-O: Carbon
                                                                                126-pound         class
pounds.                                                     First round-Sean                 Haight,        Cannon.       def.      5-I.                                                                     def Larry          Imhoff.        Livingsrone.           by rechnical           Haselrig,         Pitt-Johnstown,               pinned       Jeff Foster.
                 TEAM      RESULTS                       Tony Rarmrez,           Cal St Chico. 6-O: Robert Ldly.                         QuuteHiiak         ~ Levzr def Torres. 22-X: Maw’
                                                                                                                                                                                                             fall, 3.50, Brad Morris,                    Ferris      St., dcf. Joe           Cal St. Chvx.              5.19
   I. North Dak. SL, 88; 2. Neb -Omaha.           81%,   Central      Mo.       St., def. James             McLinnaham.             def. Beany, 74, Stewart                  dcf. Thomas,          10-7.     Rios,       Cal St. Chico,              6d;       Mike       Osterfoss,             Quartcrfinds                  Sirlcr       def. Ja~r Toedter,
3 SHJ~Edwardsvillc,         7.5. 4. Ferris St., 60; 5.   Winston-Salem.              X-2; Mike          Centanni,        Lake       Eric Morgan,          SlU-Edwardsville,            def. Ray, 3-l.       Colorado          Mines,       def. Jeff Butts, Springfield.                     North       Dak., S-3; Schnepel                   def. Brooks,             5-l.
North    Dak., 50%; 6. South Dal:          St. 41%: 7                                                                                    Semifinals      ~~ Maue def L&r.               9-6: Stewart        9-1, W~lham             Johnson.          Northern           Colo ~ def          Lajcik       dcf. Elll,         WoJclehowslx.              North         Dak.
                                                         Superior         St., def. Mark             Krlcr,     Augus’ ana
Portland     SL. 40%; 8. Pitt-Johnstown,       38%; 9.   (S D ), 10-9: Joe Stukes,                Pembroke          St. def         def. Morgan,          l-0).                                              Chris Mihlfeld,             Central       MO. St., 12-3; Kevin                  St., 3-2, Haselrlg                pmned        Alex      Koehler,          San
Liberty,   35; IO Pembroke        St., 29%.                                                                                              Fin~lr       Srewarr        def      Maw.        7-O: Third
                                                         Howard        Witbeck,       Colorado        Mines,       17-7.                                                                                     Frame,        Liberty,      def. Jim Price, Grand Valley                        Fran St . 6.09.
   I I. Southern   Corm. St .271/2: 12. Sprmgfield,          Qunrterfmab~Rick                 Goeb, North Dak. St.                  place ~ Ray def. Ocel, 7-3; Fifth place ~ Leier                          St., 9-6: Todd Kendle,                Augustana            (S D ), def.             Semifinals-             Siclcr def. Schnepel.                  R-2: Ha-
26%; 13. C&f. (Pa.), 26%; 14. Northern          Mich .   def. Haight,          7-O): Haig Brown,             Portland      St.,     def. Morgan,            12-7, Seventh          place      Thomar         Frank        McKinnis,          Portland         St., by techmcal               belrlg def. hpk.                 14-6.
23%: I5 tirand       Valley Sc., 23%, 16. Ashland,       pinned       Lilly,     4:34; Phillip         Johns,       SlUmEd-         def. Pavcglio,         12-S.                                             fall, 6:41.                                                                         Finals-~        Haselrig         pinned Sieler, 644, Tturd
21, 17. Lake Superior         St. ZOl/i: IR. Cal St.     wardswlle,        dcf. Cenlanm,          12-6, Swkcs         pmned                            150-pound      class                                       Quartcrfinalr~             Randall            pmned            Brent       place-Schnepcl                 dcf. Tocdter          by cweria:          Fifth
Chico,    19, Colorado     Mines.     17%: 20 Cenrral    Jeff Woods,          Ashland,      5.00.                                       First round-Rich        Shaffer. P&Johnstown,                        Hoffner,       North Dak.. 1.26: Morris                     def Oster-          place       -La~clk          del.       Bednar.         7-2:       Seventh
MO. St., I I.                                                Semifinals           Goeh def Brown.               6d: Srukes          def. Iodd Geerts, UC Davis, 4-2, Rod Fisher,                             fosr.      16-6: Frame           def Johnson,               Y-5; Mark           place         Brooks        pinned        Pennie, 3.36.

St. Lawrence wins its first Division III wrestling crown
    IJpstart St. Lawrence, led by
heavyweight        champion       Pat
Conners, captured its first Division
Ill wrestling team title March 4-5 at
Wheaton (Illinois). Montclair State,
despite winning three individual
championships, had to settle for
    The Saints totaled 71 team points
to 663/o for Montclair State, the
 1986 champion. St. Lawrence had
finished no higher than eighth since
 1983. Traditional Division 111pow-
ers Ithaca, Trenton State and Bui-
ialo followed in the standings.
    Conners tiptoed through the
heavyweight field, winning none of
his four matches by more than two
points. Among the Saints’ other
leaders were John Canty, runner-up
at 118 pounds, and semifinalists
Kevin Bishop (134) and Dan Keat-
ing (150).
    Montclair State’ individual cham-
pions were Pete Gonzale7 (126),
Karl Monaco (142) and Pete Geor-
goutsos (177). It was Monaco’ third
straight title.
    Named outstanding wrestler at
the meet for the second time was
 118-pound champion Tim Jacoutot
of Trenton State, who won his third
title. Jacoutot received the same
honor asaireshmanin 1985. Broth-
ers Tom and Mike also each won a
Division III crown.
                 TEAM    RESULTS
    I. St Lawrence,   71; 2. Montclair  St., 66%. 3.
Ithaca,   56%: 4. Trenton     Sc., 55%; 5. Buffalo,
43%; 6. Binghamton,       39%; 7. Buena Vista, 33;       Mark Gum&      of Bii@&nton                                              phs     Dave McLaughlin                           of WWnm Penn to cqptu~~ llre H&pound                                                                    tick at the NCAA                                    PI&ion                   III
              See St. Lawrence, page 10                  WbtllngChamPionshfp.~
10            THE NCAA NEWS/March                                         S, 1988

St. Lawrence
Continued from page 9                                                                      Kean, def. Jim Cessna, Allegheny,                      4-3.                     Salvaggio,       Buffalo,    def. Joe DiSano,          Brockport
8. Augsburg.       28%. 9. Wis.-Whitewater,                               27%;                  First   round-Joel             Lamson,         Ithaca,       dcf           St . by default,        530.
IO. Dclawarc       valley, 26%.                                                            Brian Allen,        Rhode       Island Cal., 15-5, Fagan                            First    round-Shawn                Voigt.     Cornell,     dcf.
   I I. Cornell.    27%: 12. John Carroll,                             25, 13.             dcf. Chad Beck, Central                  (Iowa),      16-12; Rick               Joe Guardino.          Cortland        St., 12-5. Bcndcr dcf.
SI Thomas        (Minn    ). 23%: 14. I.oras.                          23, 15.             Florto,      Albany       (N.Y.).       pinned       Jeff     Miller,           Bill Wilson.        Simpson,        12-9; Dennis       Udlcmus,
ChIcago.         22%. 16. Upper Iowa, 21%, 17. Mur-                                        Crjrnell      College.      4.30: Gonzalez             def      Brian           Scranton,        pinned      Pilcher,      3:38; Monaco         dcf.
kmgum.          20%: IX. Mdhkln,                  17%. 19. William                         Darlmg,        Oswego       St. by technical             fall, 6:24;            Jason      Albaugh,        Wabash,          by technical        fall,
 Penn. If%/;: 20. Kean. 15.                                                                Bob Carrigan,          Chicago,       def. Moore by techni-                     5:OY; Rodney          Smith,      Western       New Eng., def.
     21. (‘ ortland        St.. 14%: 22. Coast tiuard,               14,                   cal lall, 6.24: Scott Arneson,                 Wts.-Plattcvdle.                 Venuto,       6-0, Calnin       dcf. Todd Hobbs, Mount
23 (tie) Albany               (N Y) and Thiel.             13%, 25.                        dcf. Dave Regina,              Dnconta         St., 124;         Brad           Union,       7-5, Salvaggm            dcf. James         Pleasant,
Dswego         St . 13%: 26 Wis ~Platteville.                 13: 27.                      Brosdahl,         Buena      Vista,       def. Stan Rhodes,                     Dubuque,         6-l; Brian Reed, St. Lawrence.                 def.
 Rhode Island Co., 12%; 28. (tie) Ohio North-                                              John Carroll, 7-O; Brad Rogers. Ohio Northern.                                  Ron Gross. Ithaca.             17-X.
ern and Wheaton                (Ill.),     IZ’ /,. 30. Concordia-                          def. Jay Brennan.          Augustana(Ill.).           by technical                  Quartcrfinals~&nder                 def. Vo~gt, 94; Mo-
 M’ head.       I2                                                                         fall, 5.53.                                                                     nacu pinned           Ud:clous,        2:32: Smith          pinned
     3 I. (tie) Concordia            (Ill.) and Sunpson.         I 1%.                          Quartertlnalr          Fagan        def. Lamson,            10-9,          Calnm.      6.03: Salvaggio          def. Reed, 17-10.
33. Mount           Union, I I, 34. (tie) Allegheny,             Case                      Gonzalez        def. Florio        by tcchmcal           fall, 6.57,                Scmifmals~Monaca                  def. Bender. 104; Sal-
 Reserve        and Salishury              St,     IO: 37. Western                         Arneson        def. Carrigan,            10-7: Brosdahl           def.          vaggro def. Smith,            13-l.
New Eng., 9.38. Wartburg,                        8%; 39 Glassboro                          Rogers, 2-I.                                                                        Fierls-m      Monaco       def. Salvaggio.        104; I‘  hird
St., 8.40         (IIC) Luther         and Lycoming,         7%.                                SemiBnals          Gonzalcrdef.          Fagan, 3-l; Bros-                 place-Voigt           dcf. Bender, 54, Fifth place
    42 (tie) Susquehanna                        and WI.%-Stevens                           dahl def. Arneson,           3-2.                                               Smith dcf. Reed, 4-2: Seventh                   place-Pilchcr
Point,       6; 44 Carthage.                5: 45 (tie) Central                                 Fiial~Gonzalezdef                 Brosdahl.       10-O: Third              def Venuto, 4-I.
(Iowa) and King’ (Pa.), 4; 47 (tie) Hunter and                                             place-Florio           def. Fagan. 9-7; Fifth place-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  150.pound          clau
Worcester          Tech, 3%. 49. (tie) Heidelberg                  and                      Arncaon       dcf. Rogers,          44,      Seventh        place-                 Prcliminnry         round-Dan             Keating,      St. Law-
Scrnnton.         3                                                                        Carrigan       def Rhodes.          6-I
                                                                                                                                                                           rence, def. Jay Pelchel. Swarthmorc,                      7-6; Andy
     5 I. (tie) Coe, Elmhurst.              Gust Adolphus          and                                            136pound         clau                                    Lamancusa,           Mount          Union,     def. Icnny          Balm
Rochester          Ins~., 2, 55. (tie) Augustana                (Ill.).                        Preliminary         round-       Tong       Uk YI, Loras,                   ducci. Dneonta            St., 6-1, Mark Gumble.               Bingh-
Swarthmore            and Wabash.               I %; 58. Gallaudet,                        def. Scott         Holbrook,        Augustana           (Ill ). 6-3:            amton,      dcf. Scott Miller.            Case Reserve,           16-2;
 I; 59. (tie) Dubuque.                 New York U.. Norwch                                 John      Beatty,      Augsburg,        def. Chris           Cuffari.           Matt Kretlow.            Augsburg,        pinned Ktrk Siegler.             John Beatty of Augsburg, right,                                                      defeated               Joe Bochenskl                             of
and Brockport             St., %.                                                          Trenton      St., 13-2, Tony Schaaf,                 Win.-White-                Augustana          (Ill.),      6.1 I, DanI Fellin.             Buena
                                                                                           water. def Kevin Foster. Brockport                        St., 16-3,            Vista.     pinned        Mike       DeStefano,        Trenton       St.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Chicago for Q&pound tit/e.
                INDIVIDUAL              RESULTS
                                                                                           Joe Bochenski.             Chicago.       def      Jeff Bakken,                 4.15: Mike Culhca,                 John Carroll,         def. Barry
                      1 lkpound            CIUI
                                                                                           Buena       Vista,      7-6, Scott       Sodergren.            Coast            Palm, Wia.-Platteville.               10-2; Dave Kuhl. K1ng.5              Jim tiorman,        Hunter. 9-6,: Dana Spires. Thlel.                                                WI-pound              class
    Preliminary       round-        Brian Maw. I.ycommg.
                                                                                           Guard, dcf. Tony Pcndolino,                   Allegheny,         IY-6           (Pa.), del Shawn Ryan, Cornell,                        124                 def. Chris Campmn.            WI\ -O\hkwh,         5-0, Matt                       Preliminary        round            Vtc Porsonyl,            Trenton
del Adrion         Studer, Case Keserve.                13-O: Chris
                                                                                               First round          Tun Cutter, Ithaca, def. Mike                              First round-Keating                 dcf. John Karpenski,               Parmely,       Cornell.       del      Nick    Greveldmy.                      St. det Andre              Dunlap.          Brockport            St. 7-l:
 Hoffman.       Central       (Iowa),        def Domingo            Va-
                                                                                            Mulhall.     John Carroll.        12-8: Kevm Bishop, Sr.                       Coast Guard,             154, Ed Fogarty.              St lhomas           Oneonla     St., 10-5, Schmidt         def. Don Them. St                       Mike Himes. Upper Iowa. pinned                              leff Lange.
Icntm.     Oswego         St., 9-3. Jason O’            Brien.       St.
                                                                                           Lawrence,         def. Yi. 124:            Beatty      def. Scott               IMinn.),       dcf. Lamancusa.                54: Gumblr           def.    Thomas(Mmn.).            10-5, Mark Hoppel,          Muskin-                   Kean. 2.21
Thorna\      (Mmn.).       def. Brian Hall, Cornell.                 IO-
                                                                                            Kaye,     Ohlu      Northern,         7-3; Schaaf            pinned            Jim Dougherty,             Kean, 9-l: Kretlow             pinned Ed        gum. del. Mlkc Ford, Cortland                St., 104: Tim                         First ruund           Todd McArdell.                Cortland        St.,
                                                                                            Dean Duca, Glasahoro              St.. 1.48 UT; Bochenski                       Furlong,      Thiel,      6.44: Marty           Nichols,      Ithaca,     Habacker.       Ithaca,    del. Bill Fmkle.          Rutgers-                  del. I.arry         Danko.         Klng’  a       (Pa.),       5-4, Tom
    First round            lee Darn.            Kean,      del. Er,c
                                                                                           def. Grant Eckenrod,            Cot, I Ia,Tim           McMillen,               def. Fellin,       3-l. Tom Wynn.                Heidelberg,        def.   Newark.      h-5: Chris Madden,            Rochester      Inst ,               Tuwn~, Cw~rrdw                 (III.). dcf. Mlkc Charlton,
Ciha. WIS ~Platteville.             7-6: Ryan Burns. Wir
                                                                                           Wis ~Platteville,def.           Cordcll     Musser, Messiah,                    Collica,      13-l I: Dave Zariczny,                Cortland        St .   def. Brian Glatz. Worcester               Tech, 3-2; Chris                     Wesleyan.        14-4. Dcron             Jurgenron.            Cue. def.
Stevens      Point, del Maw.                3-I: Tim lacoutot.
                                                                                           X-5: Sodergrcn           def. Matt       DeVincenzo,             Corm           def. Kuhl,        6-3; Dave            McLaughlin,           Wdham         LaBrecque.        Susquehanna.         def. Mike      P~cozrl.                 Rdl Ahrhecker.             Wahwh,            5-O: Po,\ony,              def.
 lienton      St . def         Brad       B&la.         Ithaca.       hy
                                                                                           [land St., 8-7. Steve Irving.               Buffalo,       def Rod               Penn, def. Bob Kays, Salishury                     St., 3-O.              Montclair      St., X-6                                                        Vu-cc Camcmn,               Ohw         Northern,           6-3. Hlrncb
technical     fall. 4.30; Scott Martin.             Rhode Island
Cal.. def         Hoffman         by technical            fall, 6.24:                      Fro%, Cornell,          6-I.                                                        Quarterfinals              Keating       def     I-ogarty,      64,       Quarterfinals          Sptrer      def. Kurlol,        10-4:                dcf. Ben Wemthal,                New York LJ., 6-1, Mlkc
                                                                                               Quarterfinals            Btshop      def. Mulhall,             9-6;          Gumble       def. Kretlow.          X-7: Nichols       def. Wynn,         Schmidt      def Parmely,         6-2; Hoppel       def. Ha-                   Furilh.    Ithaca. def. Dean Gawn. Wartburg,                              6-
Dave Meyer, Wheaton                 (Ill.), def. O‘     Brien,     Y-7:
                                                                                           Beatty     def      Schaaf       by techmcal            fall, 7.00,              8-7, McL.aughlin             def. Zariczny,        8-O.                   bccker, 9-7; LaBrecque            def Madden.        6-5.                      5: Dave        Pieper.      Gust         Adolphus.             del     Paul
John Canty, St. Lawrence,                   def. Chris Stevens,
                                                                                           Bochenski        def McMillen.            I-O OT. Sodcrgrcn                         Semitinrlsp           Gumble def. Keatmg hy default,                      Semifinals         Schmidt      def Spires. 104: Hop                        Bailey,     6-3; lerry         Schuler.         Wis -Whitewater.
 Brockport       St., Y-2, Dave Jordan,              Buena Vista,
                                                                                           def. Irving,      6-I.                                                           4:32: McLaughlin              def. Nichols,        I04                    pel def LaBrecquc,           14-O.                                             dcf. Tom Mahoney,                Millikin,         5-2.
def. Brian Scyfrlcd,             Wabash,         5-3; Rob Beck,
                                                                                               Semifln~ls          Beatty     def. Bishop,            X4: Bo-                  Fin&       ~~ Gumblc          plnned     McLaughlin,          4.39.       FinnIn-      Hoppel     def Schmidt,          13-7, Third                       Quarterfinds             Tuomi         dcf. Mchrdell,               6-2;
Buffalo.     del Fabian Thompson.                    Hunter. 9-l
                                                                                           chenski     def Sodergren.           54                                          Third     place         Kcatlng       def. Kays,        1 l-3, Fifth      place      Spires def Parmely.          5-2: Flfrh place                       Pwsonyl         def      Jutgenson.             104,       Hlmcr        def.
    Quartcrfinals~Dasti                 def. Burns,           5-2; Jam
                                                                                               Fb~&~&atty               def. Bochenski.           9-X: Third                place       Miller        def       Nichols,       7-2. Seventh           Rlduut     def. LaBrecque          by default.    3.54: Sevm                   Fusilli,    10-2; Schuler          def. Pieper, 10-O.
coutot      def. Martm           by technical             fall, 2.59,
                                                                                           places      Bishop        def.    Sodergren.           5-3: Filth                place-Zarlczny               def. Krctlow.        15-5                    enth place         Cotman      def. Glatr, 4-2.                                    Semiiirmls            Porsonyi            dcf.       l‘uomi,        5-2,
Canty dcf. Meyer. 15-2: Beck def. Jordan,                         14-7.
    Semifinals         Jacouto~ def Dastl. 12-2: Canty                                     place-p Pendolmo              def. Cotter,        I I-3, Seventh                                                                                                                                                                          Homes def Schuler. 64
                                                                                                                                                                                                    15l3-pound       clau
                                                                                           place-Bakken             def Kaye, U-6.                                                                                                                                          177-pound         class                                      Finals-Himes               det       Polsonyi.           6-3: Third
def. Beck, 2-O                                                                                                                                                                  Preliminary          round     -Ton     Quinones,         Loras,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Preliminary         round-       Dan      Bleller,     Ithaca,            place       Schulcrdef.          Tuomi.        10-7. Fifth place-
    Fin&         Jacuutut        dcf. Canty,           17-3. Third                                              142~pound      dau                                         def Seap Yengo. Cortland                    St., 6-5 DT; Mike
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      def Reynaldu            Santiago,       Western       New Fng.,                 McArdell       pmned F&Ii,               3.13, Seventh place
place ~ Dastl def. Marun.                   15-7: Filth place                                  Prclimin~ry        round-Todd           Bender,     Wis.-                   Cronmiller.          Ithaca. def David             Berg. St The-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       I l-6: Blaw Farly, Loras, def. Randy Sauhorm.                                  Gavin def Danko.               4-2
 Beck del        lordan.      4-2: Seventh           place-       Hot-                     Whltewater,        def. Frank      Geneva,     Kean.     10-6.                   mas (Minn.).             by technical        fall. 7:OO. Steve
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Cortland        St., 13-3, Todd Silvestri,             Gallaudet,                                   HeavyweIght              k
fman def Burns. X-6                                                                        Larry     Pllcher,    Buena Vista, def. Pat Marsh,                               Raczck,         Wis.-Platteville.         def. Mario          Iraldi.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      def. Dennis          DeLano,       Olivet,    E-5; Pete Gear-                      Preliminary       round--Greg               Geisenhof,          Bingh-
                      126-pound            clau                                            Augustana(lll.),        10-2; Karl Monaco,        Montclau                      Trenton        St., 3-l OT.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      goutsos,       Montclair       St., pmned        Bill Guderley,                amwn,       pmned        Rod Flgueroa,               Wis.-Oshkosh,
    Prcliminnry        round-John               Fagan.        Trenton                      St., def. Brad Schafer,           Augsburg,      21-S; Rich                          First     rounds        Jtm Capone.            Buffalo,       def.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Elmhurst,         5~44; Brett        Larson,        Concordia-                0 IX: Mike Gllmorc,                  I.ycommg,            dcf. Chester
St., def. Bob Mokrynchuk,                   Delaware        Valley, 7m                     Venuto.      Trenton     St. def. Kevin Samson,           Ro-                   Jason        Kingrey,        Heidelberg.        16-3: Quinones
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       M’ head,def.        Michael     Barton, Mount           IJmon,9-              Gtaubetger,         Augrhurg,           3-l OT, John Buhncr,
5; Pete Gonraler.               Montclair          St., dcf. Bill                          chester Inst., 15-7; Bob Calnin,              Wis -Stevens                      def. Rick           Miller,     Wash.      & Jeff.,      5-3: lam
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      7                                                                              Oswego St . def (;lenn Glesy. Case Reserve, 7-
Goebel.      Gust. Adolphus.               16-5; Daryl         Moore,                      Point,     def. Dave Weiland,          Thiel,    74; Dean                        Beeman,         Luther, def. Joe Whitters,             Coe, 10-5;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           First round          Dennis      McNamara.           St. The-              I.
                                                                                                                                                                           Cronmiller,           def. Eric Stewart,              Kean,      16-3,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      mar lMinn          ). def VII<) Rnsclli.          Coast Guard.                     First ruund            Rich Kant.            Ithaca. dcf G:wy
                                                                                                                                                                            Raczek         del     Dan McKmey.                 Wabash.        6-3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       12-6; B~ellcrdef.        Rob Minnick.        Cornell College,                 Srarnal.     Chtcago,        3-2: Gewnhof                pmned John
                                                                                                                                                                            Mark Ambrose,               Delaware      Valley, def. Denms
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      4-O; Early def. Joe Errigo,                Buffalo,     6-S: Jack              Brigham,         Norwich,           l:25;      Pat Canners,              St.
                                                                                                                                                                           Markou,          Hunter.      1x4: Mickey         Best, Wheaton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dcnholm,         Wartburg,       def. Sdvcstri,        9-l; Gear-              Lawrence,        def. Steve Lachcrs,                 Mount         union,
                                                                                                                                                                           (III.). def Donald            Fleming,     Coast Guard,          IO-S,
Continued from page 8                                                                      Union to a IOth-place finish last                                               Bill Cioffi,        Glassboro        St., dcf. Curt Jenkms,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      goulsos dcf. Greg Hanchin,                 Case Rcservc, 4-2,                  4-2, Gdmore          def. Chtls Peacock,                 Buend Vlsra.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Carl DeBernardo.              John Carroll,          def. Wayne                54: Buhner           def I.ou~s Boldt.                Lawrence.           by
champ Kevin Casson of St. Olaffor                                                          season.                                                                         Rochester         Inst., 174.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      HendrIckson,          Stout.     4-2: Larson         def. Duane                technical      fall, 5.47: Tom Fye. Luther.                        pinned
the honors this year. Kuhn also was                                                                                                                                             QuartcrfinaIs~Capone                 dcf. Qumoncs,            8-2:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      West. Rutgers-Newark,                IO-O; Garth I.alltsky.                    Ed Dupuy,          Kean. 1.17; Bob Bentz, Carthage,
                                                                                                                                                                           Cronmiller           def. Bccman,          X-3. Ambrose            del
a top contender in the 500 free,                                                           Veterans fill gap                                                                Racrek,       5-1, Best def Cmfti.            14-X
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Delaware         Valley.     def. Steve Wacker,               Upper            def. Steve Spencer,             lrenton        St., 6-I. Kip Cran-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Iowa, 13-8.
coming in third behind Mulvihill                                                              The graduation of all-America                                                     ScmiRnaln~~Cronmiller                 def. Capone by cri-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Qunrtcrfinrla           McNamara           pinned       Ballcr,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     dall, Millikin,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     technwal      fall. 5.51
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             def. Damn             Gartner,          Thlel,    by

and Casson.                                                                                breaststroker Tom Anderson will                                                 teria: Ambrose             pinned    Belt, I: 16.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      4:0X: Early dcf. Denholm,                  3-2: Georgoutwr                         Qun~er~nnln~Geirenhof                          def. Kane. 4-3.
                                                                                                                                                                                Finals-        Cronmillcr       def. Ambrose.           9-O OT:
   McKenzie brought in points with                                                         mean the loss of almost 40 points,                                               l’
                                                                                                                                                                             hird place             Caponc def. Best. 9-5 DT: Fifth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      def. DeBernardu,           12-I. Larson pinned Lakitsky.                       Cunncrs dcf. Gilmore.                 3-2. Buhner pmned Fye.
his performances in the 200 individ-                                                       but the Big Red squad should be                                                 placed-~Quinones                def. Cioffi,        8-I. Seventh
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      3:05.                                                                           1.23: Ctandall        def. Bents. X-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Semifinrlh           McNamara           del.     Early.     6-4.               Semifinals           Conncrr          dcf. Gclrenhof.               X-7.
ual medley (third place, 1:52.60),                                                         able to make up the loss with top                                               place ~ Beeman dcf. Berg, 94
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Georgoutsos          def. 1 arwn,       16-5.                                  Crandall      dcf. Buhner, 6-l.
200 freestyle (fourth, 1:41.09) and                                                        performances by veterans P. J.                                                                  167~pound     dau                                              FinnlnpGeorgoutsos                def. McNamara,              l3-              Finals       Conner,          def. Crandall,              3-2: Thwd
the 200 backstroke (eighth, 1:56.92).                                                      Schaner, Chip Thomas, Matt Steck-                                                   Preliminary ruund ~ Joe Schmidt,     John                    Car-      6: Thwd place ~ Early def Larson.                       3-2. Fifth             place       Gelsenhol          pmned         Buhner.          1.02: Fifth
                                                                                                                                                                           roll, dcf. Gary Ridout,   Simpson,    144.                                 place       Fhrller def. Lakitsky.           2-I OT: Seventh                   place-       Lather        def      Cillmore,           2-O: Seventh
   Senior Bob Moore, who sat out                                                           ley, Paul Belanger and Charlie                                                      First ruund    Mark   Koroil.  Flmhurst,                      dcf.     place-      Denhulm        def. Errigo,       3-I.                             placepBentz           def Kane, 64
his junior year to play water polo,                                                        Lownes.
returns in the 200 individual medley
and the backstroke events. Other
                                                                                              Schaner was the top point-getter
                                                                                           at the 1987 championships with a                                                Fencers
seniors with scoring potential are                                                         third-place finish in the 1,650 free
Ed Smith and Bud Coppersmith.                                                              and fourth-place finishes in the 500                                            Continued.from                 page 8                                      and Wendy Louie and sophomore                                                  out of contention for a period of
   “This year should be exciting                                                           free and 400 individual medley.                                                 junior Kristen Kralicek also will be                                       Amee Mangus.                                                                   time. Loredana RanTa finished
with the two new relay events (the                                                         Steckley finished highest among                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                           factors for Auriol’ team.                                                     Harvard, led by top-10 finisher                                             eighth individually in 1987.
200 medley and 200 freestyle relays)                                                       teammates last year as he swam to                                                                                                                          Penelope Paplilias, is among the                                                  Among the other leading per-
                                                                                                                                                                           Contender               SUffef!3 losses                                    other Ivy contenders. Yale was hurt                                            formers, DeAnn Dobesh of Ohio
and a new order of events,” Sutton                                                         second place in the IOO-yard back-                                                  Temple, second last season, suf-
said. “Changes are good sometimes                                                          stroke. He also finished fifth in the                                                                                                                      by the loss of individual standout                                             State has finished in the top 10 as a
                                                                                                                                                                           fered substantial graduation losses,                                       Sue Kemball-Cook but boasts a                                                  freshman and sophomore; with the
to keep things exciting, which is                                                          200 individual medley.                                                          including top-20 individuals Ra-
what we’ in for this year.”
          re                                                                                  The breaststroke events----led by                                                                                                                       rising star in Kris Campbell.                                                  graduation of several fencers who
                                                                                                                                                                           chael Hayes, Mindy Wichick and                                                Wayne State (Michigan), which                                               finished ahead of her last season,
   Under the leadership of first-year                                                      Lownes, Jim McCracken and                                                       Lisa Miller. Coach Nikki Franke
coach Gregg Parini, Denison will                                                           Steven Ray-should produce some                                                                                                                             won the first team championship in                                             she will be in a position to contend
                                                                                                                                                                           will respond with a talented young                                         1982,has been rebuilding after being                                           for the individual championship.
be looking for a top-three spot                                                            major scores for the Big Red again                                              team dominated by sophomores.
again in 1988. Parini led Mount                                                            this year.                                                                          Fairleigh Dickinson-Teaneck has
                                                                                                                                                                           one of the tournament’ top fencers
                                                                                                                                                                           in Denise Piccininno, eighth as a                                          Championships                                                           profde
Championships                                                                       pro43le                                                                                sophomore last season.
                                                                                                                                                                               Pennsylvania, champion in 1986,                                             Event:             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Women’          fencing.
      Event:        Divismn              III        s
                                                 men’         swlmming
                                                                                                                                                                           will contend again in 1988. The                                                  Fldd:       Twelve      teams       will    be selected      for the team           competition,            and     24 individuals
      Field:        Qualifying                  standards              have         been       set     to      permit             approximately                      260   Quakers had won six straight Ivy                                                      will     compete        for     individual         championships.
            swimmers              to compete                  in the     championships.
                                                                                                                                                                           League titles coming into this                                                  Automatic             qualiflcatlon:            None.
      Automatlc               quallflcatlon:                  None                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                           month’ showdown. Pennsylvania                                                    Defending champion:                        Notre    Dame       won       the   19X7 title,                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              the school’           first    NCAA
      Defending               champion:                  Kenyon           won        another         learn           title-the                      s
                                                                                                                                              school’           eighth
                                                                                                                                                                           is led by senior Gail Rossman, who                                                 championshipm a women’sport.
            straight              with         480     points.         Second-place               Denison             scored            338.                               has posted over 30 individual victo-
                                                                                                                                                                           ries this season, and by junior Jane                                            Schedule: PrmcetonUmverslty                championships,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      will hostthe 1988           which areset
      Schedule:           Emory                will    host      the    championships                   March            17-19.                                                                                                                                  for     March       21-23.
      The NCAA News coverage:                                        Championships                   results          will       appear         in the          March                                                                                      The NCAA Nem                        cowrege:            Championships              results      ~111 appear           in the      March
         23 issueof the News.                                                                                                                                              After Bilodeaux                                                                    30 issue of the                  News.

      Contenders:                Claremont-Mudd-Scripps,                                    Denison,           Kcnyon,                 St     Olaf.                           Columbia-Barnard lost the only                                               Conlenden:               FairleIgh          D&mson-Teaneck,                 Notre       Dame,        Pennsylvania,               Temple
                                                                                                                                                                           two-time women’ champion in Bi-
      ChampIonshIpa                        notes:        Kenyon           is the       only      school         to claim               a team          title     in the
                                                                                                                                                                           lodeaux but remains strong among                                                Championhipa              Princetonwill host the championships the third
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            nobar                        for
             1980s             Swimmers                from       44     schools           scored        points          in      the        1987      champion-                                                                                                  time in sevenyears_. PennState(1983)and Notre Dame(1987)eachwon
            ships             In addition              to holding             the    meet       record         for      most           team        titles      (eight),
                                                                                                                                                                           the other Ivy Group powers. Aladar                                                    team titles in years that they hosted the championships..Columbia-
            Kenyooswimmersalso havewon                                               the      most      individual                crowns            (54)          Only     Kogler, who also is head coach of                                                     Barnard’Caitlin Bilodeaux(1985and 1987)is the only individual woman
            four       meet       records             were     set during            the      1987     championships.                                                      the U.S. Olympic team, welcomes                                                       fencer to repeatas NCAA champion.
                                                                                                                                                                           back juniors Darlene Pratschler
                                                                                                                                                                                                THE NCAA NEWS/Match      9,1999    11

It’ been a ball for Cinderella teams in the 1980s
By James M. Van Valkenburg                                                                                                                                                                       Tennessee-Chattanooga    upset North
NCAA  Director of Statistics                                                                                                                                                                     Carolina State in 1982.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Of course, teams in the top-14 list
    Heading into “Selection Sunday”                                                                                                                                                              have pulled some surprises. For
for the 50th NCAA Division I Men’    s                                                                                                                                                           instance, James Madison- under
Basketball Championship tourna-                                                                                                                                                                  current California coach Lou Cam-
ment, it is time to take a look at the                                                                                                                                                           panelli (then in the ECAC South,
“Cinderella teams” and upset games                                                                                                                                                               whose members formed the Colo-
of the 1980s.                                                                                                                                                                                    nial Athletic Association) upset
    Why limit it to the 198Os?Because                                                                                                                                                            Georgetown in 198I, Ohio State in
NCAA tournament expansion and                                                                                                                                                                    1982 and West Virginia in 1983.
the proliferation of conference post-                                                                                                                                                            Hard-luck   losers
season tournaments have produced                                                                                                                                                                    Some conferences and independ-
more Cinderella teams and upset                                                                                                                                                                  ents have experienced very hard
games in the 1980s than in the first                                                                                                                                                             luck in NCAA tournament play in
four decades combined.                                                                                                                                                                           the 1980s.West Coast Athletic Con-
    By far the two biggest upsets in                                                                                                                                                             ference teams have lost a series of
Final Four history- according to a                                                                                                                                                               close ones, including San Diego’   s
poll of writers conducted by the                                                                                                                                                                 one-pointer to Auburn last year and
Final Four Foundation ~ were Vil-                                                                                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Pepperdine’ two-pointer in double
lanova 66, Georgetown 64, for the                                                                                                                                                                overtime to North Carolina State’   s
 1985championship, and North Car-         Rik Smtts of M&t          is among       Httsbuqhf Jerome Lane ranks                                                         s
                                                                                                                                                       Oklahoma State’ Jamie Siess               eventual champions in 1983. So
olina State 54, Houston 52, for the                                                among top Division I rebound-                                       leads Division I in thnwpoint             have Mid-American        Conference
                                          Division I leaders      in blocked
 1983 championship.                                                                                                                                                                              teams, including Ball State to Bos-
                                                                                   ers                                                                 fieldgoal penxntage
    Both of those Cinderella cham-                                                                                                                                                               ton College, 93-90, in 1981, and
pions were IO-game losers. North          nesseein 1983. And remember, this        10 Conference (then called the East-                                America Athletic Conference beat          overtime heartbreakers for Miami
Carolina State got in by winning          does not include conference-tour-        ern Eight) early in the decade before                               Notre Dame in the first round.            (Ohio) in 1985 (to Maryland) and
the Atlantic Coast Conference tour-       nament upset winners and many            moving to the Big East. Western                                     Cleveland State won in the second          1986 (to Iowa State).
nament after going 8-6 in regular-        upset games. More about that later.      Kentucky went from the Ohio VaUey                                   round before losing a heartbreaker,                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    DePaul’ luck was all bad at the
season ACC play. Villanova, 9-7 in        Conference    leaders                    Conference to the Sun Belt Confer-                                  7 I-70, to Navy in the regional semi-     start of the decade, with three
 Big East Conference regular-season          The 32 Final Four teams of the        ence, etc. Here are the top 14 plus                                 finals. Arkansas-Little Rock took         straight once-beaten teams losing
play and l-l in its postseason tour-      1980s and the 32 regional second-        all independents, by victories:                                     North Carolina State to two over-         their first game, but it has reached
nament, was an at-large choice for        place teams (one victory from the        conl., entrants            W-L  F4 R2
                                                                                                                                                       times before losing in the second         the regional semifinals the past two
the first 64-team field. North Caro-      Final Four) in the decade have           Atlanc~c Coast (39)                          71-37       6    10    round. Last year, Southwest Mis-          years. Notre Dame lost cliffhangers
 lina State finished 26-10 and Villa-     come from 14 conferences and the         Big East (34)          _. __. _.             65-32       7     5    souri State of the Mid-Continent          to Missouri in 1980,Brigham Young
                                                                                   Big Ten (37)         _. _. __.         _.    49-36       4     3
 nova 25-10. With expansion,              independent ranks. But most of the       Southeastern        (33) _...         ._..   46-34       4     5
                                                                                                                                                       an at-large choice- knocked off           in 1981 and North Carolina in 1985
 neither would have been in the           NCAA tournament entrants from            Metro(I5)            .._._......__.__        30-13       5     0    Clemson before losing a close one         before, as mentioned, Arkansas-
tournament. Before 1980, upsets           the other 16 conferences were highly     Big Eight (24)                               29-24       1     2    to Kansas.                                Little Rock in 1986. Dayton’ 1984
                                                                                   Southwest      (IS)                          21-18       3     0
 were few and far between.                competitive and produced many            Wes~cm Athletic           (IS)               13-15       0      I
                                                                                                                                                           At the start of the decade, South-    Cinderella team reached the regional
Overcoming     SO0                        upsets and near-upsets. The eight        Sun Belt (I 8)                               13-18       0      I   land teams confounded the experts.        finals before losing to Georgetown.
    In making the at-large selections,    champions came from four confer-         Pacllic-IO    (21)                           12~21        I     I   Lamar, then coached by current            Dayton and Marquette recently
                                                                                   PaciOcCoasr(l1)                              IO-11        I    0
the NCAA Division I Men’ Bas-    s        ences-two each from the ACC,             Colonial    (9)#                                9-9      0     1
ketball Committee pays very close         Big East, Big Ten Conference and         Missouri     Valley (14)                      6-14       0      I
attention to a team’ conference
                           s              Metropolitan Collegiate Athletic         East Coast (8)
                                                                                   All independents
                                                                                                                    _. _. _.       4-R
                                                                                                                                            0     I
                                                                                                                                                   I                        Final Four Quiz:
record and several other factors. It      Conference. The Big East leads           # Formerly      ECAC         South.
                                                                                                                                                                            Only one player in Final Four history made consensus
is extremely difficult for a team         with seven Final Four teams, the                                                                                                  all-America three times and played for a national-
                                                                                      If it is a surprise to see the East
with a .500-or-lessconference record      ACC with 10 regional second-plac-                                                                                                 championship team the same three years. Name him.
                                                                                   Coast Conference in this group,
to become an at-large choice, but it      ers.                                     remember that St. Joseph’ (Penn-
                                                                                                                 s                                                          (Answer on page 20.)
is possible if the team has a great          Please note, the records include
                                                                                   sylvania), now an Atlantic 10
nonconference record in a highly          actual conference lineups year-by-       member, was in the East Coast
rated conference.                         year and not current lineups entirely,                                                                       Oklahoma coach Billy Tubbs,                have joined the Midwestern. Inde-
                                                                                   when it reached the regional finals                                 reached the regional semifinals in         pendents are a vanishing breed.
    Only 14 teams in the 1980s were       as was true in past compilations.
                                                                                   in 1981. St. Joseph’ tied for second                                1980 by stunning Oregon State’       s    The end result
at-large choices despite .500-or-less     For instance, Pittsburgh and Vil-
                                                                                   in regular-season ECC play that                                     Pacific- IO Conference champions,              It often is said that every time a
conference records (regular-season        lanova were members of the Atlantic
                                                                                   year behind American’ I I-O, but it                                 8 l-77. In 1981, Lamar did it again,       non-regular-season champion wins
and postseason tournament com-                                                     won the ECC tournament; edged
bined), and 10 came in the last three                                                                                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                                       upsetting Missouri’ Big Eight Con-         a conference tournament and thus
                                                                                   Creighton in the NCAA first round;                                  ference champions, 71-67. In 1985,         gains the automatic berth, the regu-
years of 64-team fields. As a group,                                               stunned 27-1 DePaul, 4948; upset
they won 83 percent of their non-                                                                                                                      Louisiana Tech reached the regional        lar-season champion gains an at-
                                                                                   Boston College, 4241, and then lost                                 semifinals before losing to Okla-          large bid and the end result is that a
conference games in the regular                                                    the regional championship game to
season (148-30).                                                                                                                                       homa, 86-84, in overtime. In the Big       worthy team is left out of the tour-
                                                                                   eventual national champion Indiana                                  Sky, Idaho upset Iowa, 69-67, in           nament.
    These 14 vindicated the commit-
 tee’ judgment with an outstanding
      s                                                                            to end 25-8.                                                        overtime in 1982.In the Ohio Valley,           Actually, our survey of the 1980s
                                                                                      The other 16 automatic-qualifi-                                  Middle Tennessee, third-place in           shows that to be an exaggeration.
 21-14 (.600) record in NCAA tour-
                                                                                   cation conferences have not reached                                 the 1982 regular season, won the           First, there have been 177 confer-
 nament play, including two Final                                                  the regional finals in the 198Os,but
 Four teams, three second-place                                                                                                                        OVC tournament and stunned Ken-            ence tournaments in the 1980s in-
                                                                                   the chart below shows that three-                                   tucky, 50-44, in the NCAA. Last            volving conferences with round-
teams in regional play (one victory                                                 the Atlantic 10, Southland Confer-
 from the Final Four) and one that                                                                                                                     year, Austin Peay State, fourth in         robin schedules and automatic qual-
 reached the regional semifinals.                                                  ence and Association of Mid-Conti-                                  regular season, upset Illinois, 68-67,     ification. The champion or cocham-
                                                                                   nent Universities-have         winning                              then nearly derailed the Providence        pion won 102 times (57.6 percent).
    Virginia’ 2 I - I2 team in 1984 was                                            records in the first round:
 6-8 in the ACC regular season, O-l                                                                                                                    Final Four express before losing in         In the other 75 cases, a total of 60
 in the ACC tournament, but 4-l in                                                                                               Tour.     l Flr8t     overtime.                                   regular-season champions or co-
                                                                                   Cool., sntrenr                                 W-L     Game
 the NCAA, losing to Houston in                                                    A~lancw   IO (14)#                            IO-14        IO-4
                                                                                                                                                           In the Midwestern Collegiate Con-      champions did not make the tour-
 the Final Four, 4947, in overtime to                                              Southland   (8).                               7-x           5-3    ference, Xavier (Ohio) upset Mis-          nament, while only 34 did. In the
 finish in a third-place tie. Louisiana                                            IVY (8)                                        4-8          3-s            s
                                                                                                                                                       souri’ Big Eight champions last            top conferences, about half of the
                                                                                                                                  3-2          2-O
 State’ 26-12 team in 1986 was 9-9
                                                                                   Midwestern         (6)
                                                                                                                                                       year, 70-69, before losing to Duke,         upset winners, by our calculations,
 in regular-season Southeastern Con-                                               ECAC      No. Atlantic        (8)              3-x           3-s    65-60, and Loyola (Illinois) reached        would have made it anyway. In the
 ference play, I - 1 in the SEC tourna-                                            Southwestern          (X)                      3-X           3-5    the regional semifinals in 1985 be-         lower conferences,the upsets usually
 ment, but 4-l in the NCAA, losing
                                                                                   Ohio Valley (9)                                3-P           3-6
                                                                                                                                                       fore losing to Georgetown. In the           mean the best team is not going. At
                                                                                   ECAC      Metro (8)                            2-x          2-6
 to eventual champion Louisville in                                                Tram America            (7)                    l-7           l-6     Southwestern Athletic Conference,          least 21 upset winners would not
 the national semifinals.                                                          Southern      (8)                              I-8           l-7     Alcorn State won its first games in        have made the field without confer-
     The three that reached the NCAA                                               Big Sky (R)                                    I -x          l-7     1980, 1981 and 1984 before losing          ence tournaments.
                                                                                   Mid-American            (IO)                   l-10          l-9
 regional finals (one victory from the                                             west Coaa1 (IO)                                I-10          l-9
                                                                                                                                                       to Louisiana State, Georgetown                  The end result is that less than
 Final Four) were 23-9 Wake Forest                                                 Metro     Atlantic       (4)       _.          o-4          o-4      and Kansas, respectively ~ the last        three worthy teams per year are
 (7-7 and I-I), loser to Houston; 21-                                              M,d-Eastern         (7)                        O-7          O-7      one by 57-56 in the final seconds.         squeezed out. Nonchampions won
                                                                                   ‘Includes       nine “opening          round”       games      in
  13 North Carolina State in 1987 (7-                                              1983~lYX4. II Formerly            Eastern   Eight
                                                                                                                                                        And Mississippi Valley State scared        six times in eight years in the Mis-
 7 and O-I), loser to Kansas, and 24-                                                                                                                   Duke in 1986.                              souri Valley; five times in the ACC,
  15 Louisiana State in 1987 (8-10                                                  Underdog                winners                                        In the ECAC North Atlantic Con-         SEC, Atlantic 10, East Coast and
 and 3-I), loser to Indiana. All three                                                 Teams from the so-called under-                                 ference, Northeastern three times           Trans America. and four times in
 were tight, hard-fought contests.                                                  dog conferences have proved them-                                   won its first game and took Villa-         the Big Eight. Sun Belt, SWAC and
     Boston College’ 20-l 1 team of                                                 selves highly competitive through-                                  nova to triple overtime before losing      OVC. Only one nonchampion won
  1985 (7-9 and O-l in the Big East)                                                out the 1980s with some stunning                                    in the second round in 1982. Iona,         in the Metro (and it was on proba-
  reached the regional semifinals.                                                  upsets. Often, these are excellent                                  now in the Metro Atlantic Athletic         tion), one in the SLC, one in the
  Ohio State in 1987, Maryland in                                                   teams in reality but not recognized                                 Conference, was in the ECAC                Colonial and one in the MAAC.
  1986and Auburn in 1987 all were l-                                                because they seldom show up on                                      Metro Athletic Conference in 1980         500 for Spencer
  I, and the others lost their first                                                television.                                                         when it beat Holy Cross before                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Fresno State women’ coach Bob
  games. We are not including three                                                    1.~0 of the biggest upsets in recent                             extending Georgetown in a 74-71           Spencer got his 500th career victory
  teams that were .500 in league play                                               years came in 1986,when Cleveland                                   loss. In the Ivy Group, Pennsylvania      March 5- the top total in women’     s
  but 2-l in conference-tournament        Danw Quasnan, Lehi@h se&o4                State of the Mid-Continent       an at-                             beat Washington State in 1980, and        college history ~ when his team beat
  play 24-10 Duke in 1984, 21-13          is second in scoring in Division          large choice- beat Indiana, and                                      Princeton upset Oklahoma State in        San Jose State. He has 20 I losses in
  Iowa State in 1985 and 20-12 Ten-       I with a 28.4 average                     Arkansas-Little Rock of the Trans                                    1983. In the Southern Conference,                        See It k been, page 20
12            THE NCAA NEWS/March                                 B, 1988

Basketball                                                                                    Statistics

Through            games        of    March 6

Men’ Division                                                     I individual                             leaders                                                                                                            Team                         leaders
                                                                                                        (Mm. 5 FG Made Per Game)
                                                                                                                                FIELD-GOAL                PERCENTb&GE
                                                                                                                                                                                              FG       FGA        PC1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 Lo ola (Cald)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  sCoR’NG 30                                                           1 Ga Southern
                                                                                                         1 Arnell Jones. BOISE St
                                                                                199     624    28.4      2 Slanley Brundy, OePaul                                    ::                      1:s        z         8.;                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2 Okahoma . .._._....      30                                                           2. Borse St..
                                                                                191     783    28.0      3. Will Perdue. Vanderbdt                                                                                             3. Southern-B.R.           30                                                           3 Princeton
                                                                                117     717    266                                                                   2                      %           %         Ei           4 Xawer (Ohlo)             g                                                            4 Colorado St..
                                                                                lxl     707    26.2                                                                  z;                     149         233       63.9         5. Iowa                                                                                 5. St Mary’ (Calif.)
                                                                                131     673    259                                                                                                                             6 Bradley                                                                               6. Utah
                                                                                123     711    25.4                                                                                         1E          ;:;       E            7. Southern MISS         ” $                                                            7. Wrs.-Green Bay
                                                                                160     758    25.3                                                                  j’ :                   175         276       63.4         6 VrrgmtaTech      _. _.   $                                                            6 Idaho.      _.
 6.   Jefl Grayer, Iowa St
 9    Skio Henderson. Marshall                                                  137     774    250                                                                   ::                     142         224       634          9. Iowa St.                                                                             9. Temple
10    fiariny tiani$:     Kansas .......                                        144     749    250                                                                                          171         270       63.3        10 Mrchrgan       _.        29                                                         10 Ore 0nSt
11    Byron Larkm.      avrer (Ohio)                                                                                                                                                        201         316       63 2        11. Rhode Island            $                                                                  9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ll.Winhrop       .......
                                                                                1:      iii    2;                                                                    E:                     145         231       62.6        12 Holy Cross                                                                          12 Geor etown
12.   Archie Tulles. Detrort
12    Rlk Smlts. Marist ...........      :                                      166     668    24.7                                                                                         156         253       625         13.Ouke           .._._..   27                                                         13 UTE ?
                                                                                                                                                                     ;:                     Mb          330       62.4                                                                                               14 WashIngton St
      Jrm Barton, Oartmouth
      Chad Tucker, Butler
      Verne11 Coles Virgmla Tech
                                                                                2       iii    ::.:
                                                                                                         16 J R Retd. North Caro
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6’ 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  62.4         1    Oklahoma..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        61 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        MAR                           WON-LOST        PERCENTAGE
17    Ricky Berry San Jose St.                                                   1:     z      f:.X      17. Rik Smits. Marist                                                                                                 2    Arizona                                                             %:            1. Temple                                                   27-l
18.   Michael Anderson, Drexel                                                   l$     g      px;       16 Alvm Heggs. Texas..        _.        _.       ::                                 :zl        %         3:           3    Nevada-Las     Vegas’ :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        .              Et:                              16.7          2 Arizona                                                   26-2
19    Wall Lancaster, Vu ima Tech                                                                                                  FREE-THROW    PERCEN;fGE                                                                    4.   Duke                                                I.!             17.4          ;. F;ror;Fro        A&T
20    Lade r I Eackles. New B rleans                                             182    704    23.5      (Min. 2.5 Fl Made Per Game                                                           FT        FTA       PCT          5.   Temple                             ;:.i             61.2            167                                                                       SE
21.   Dan Ma’   erle. Central Mrch                                               136    703    234        1 Slave Henson. Kansas S 1                     So                                                                    6    Michigan          _.                                                                             ,’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ;, Lo~;;“,~C$l[‘      :     :
22    Lionel 4 rmmons. La Salle                                                  190    772    23.4                                                                                          1:;           1:     z:                                                   E                :::i            21                                                                        gj
                                                                                                          2. Archie Tulles Detroit
23.   Phil Stinnie. Va. Commonwealth                                             175    725    234        3 Jrm Barton. dartmouth      _. _.  _. _.       ?                                  115           127    90.6                                                1:.:              70.7            15.0           7    Xavier (Ohlo)                                         24-3
24.   Mitch Richmond, Kansas St                                                  151    624    23 1       4 Jeff Harris, Illinois St.                     Sr                                                                  ,;:g$!$$-y                                                                14 7           6.   Nevada-Las Vegas
24    Terry Brooks. Alabama St.                                                  166    624    23.1       5. Kenneth Wdlm                                                                        R            B   8.:                                                      z:                           14.5           9    Bradley                                               Ei
                                     BLOCKED         SHDTS                                                                                                ::                                                                  11,lowa                              E        793                                      iy     E;$“,“rn Young                .:                      24-4
                                                                                                                                                                                                 z            B   Et          12 Purdue                      .:                                          1i.i
                                     (Pa.) ......                                                                                                                    ?                                                        13. Borse St                         E!       55.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           714                           134         12 Rhode Island                           ;r;
 1    Rodney Blake, SI Joseph’s
 2    Rlk Smuts. Marlst              .......                                                                                  mith. Louisville    _. _. _.           Fr                      1;:           1:     +:                        FIELD-GOAL          PERCENTAGE                                           13. Ark.-Lit. Rock
                                     ..........                                                          10     Chrrs Games. Hawall                                  S$                       99           113    87.6                                                                                               13 Wvommo                                 23-5
 3.   Mike Brown Camsrus                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             FG     FGA                          PCT
 4    Roy Brow, Virginia Tech 1.     ...........                                                         11     Ed Tutus. Rider                                                                                                1 Arizona.                           Ai     16.51                         549         Curreit Wlniin     Streak Lo ola (Cald ) 24 N C A&T
 5.   Tirit Perr Teniple                                                                                 12.    Todd Lichti. Stanford    _. _. _.                                            2             1:     Kf           2 North Caro             .: ._.             14Q4                          54.2        16. La Salle 15. B emple 13. l’avmr (Ohto) 13
 6    Mike Bu It s. Bucknell         ...........                                                         13     Jeff Hodge. Soulh Ala                                ;:                       93           107    86.9         3. Mrchigan                   _.
                                                                                                         14     Dana Barros, Boston College : 1.1. : 1.1. :                                  1%            122    869                                                                                                        FIELD-GOAL         PERCENT$i                   DE&ME
 7    Dean Garrett. Indiana          ...........                                                                                                                                                                               :. Bri;“d”,“d” Young
                                     ........                                                            15.    Mike Joseph. Bucknell                                s”,’                    112           129    86.8                                             1032    !!i!
                                                                                                         16.    Brian Taylor. Bri ham Young                                                   91           105    867          6 EvanswIle                   .:     6
                                                                                                                                                                     ::                                                                                                                                               : Ertte.            :                      %               E
                                     ...........                                                         16.    Chad Tucker, Bu tl er                                                                                          7. Iowa                      _.      976    1;:
                                                                                                         16     ToddLehmann. Oraxel            _. _.I..  _. _.       So                      2             E      :::                                                                                                 i. ;;;;;+Las        Vegas
                                     ..........                                                                                                                                                                                6. Prmceton                                                                                                                       :z               s!:
                                            ASSISTS                                                                              3-POINT    FIELD-COtI&       PERCFTAGE                                                        9 North Caro A&7                     %!     1097
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1541                                       5                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            St Jose h’ (Pa.)
                                                                                                                                                                                  FT.                 FGA         PCT         10 Arkansas St                                                                          6     Ga Sou Phern                         !I:              1;:
                                                                                                          1 Glenn Tropf. Holy Cross                                                                                           11 BorseSl ._..._...           ::     r;                                                7.    Arkansas                                              1475
                                                                                                          2 Steve Kerr. Arizona                                                                                               12,Kansas............                        iii                                        6     Santa Clara                          5:
                                                                                                          3. Mike Jose h. Bucknell                                                                                            13 Northweslern          La.                                                            9     North Caro A&T : :                   724              ~~
                                                                                                          4 Regmald 9 ones, Prairie View                                                                                      14. Bucknell                          750    1E                                        10.    Evansville                           697
                                                                                                          5. Dave Orlandini Princeton                                                                                         15 Gonraga         _......_._         Ei     1412                                      11     FOU-Teaneck                          719              16%
                                                                                                          6. Matt Taphorn. illmms St.    :                                                                                                                                                                           12.    UTEP                                 664
 7.   Glenn Wtlliams HOI Cross.                          :                                                7 M Charles, Ala.-Birmingham                                                                                                                                                                   PCT         13     Stena.                               721              E
 B    Sherman Oou /as yracuse..                              _.                                           8. Paul Male     Vale.                                                                                                                                                         .503
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 Butler     _. _. _.                        ti                                                           REBOUND               MARGIN
 9.   Marc Brown !iei?.                                                                                   9 Matt Hors r man Wright St.                                                                                                                                      315                          z:                                                      OFF              OEF
10    Drafton Da+    Marrst                              : ::                                            10. Jell Robinson. Sierra                                                                                             2. Princeton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               3 Bucknell                                   477                                       1 Notre Dame                                                26.1
                                            STEALS                                                                          &POINT FIELD QOALS               MADE     PE!   GAME                                               4. Providence                                42                           :;.:         2. South Care. St.                         2:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               5 Brt ham Young                                              745                       3 Ark -Lrt Rock                                              :.i
 1    Aldwm Ware, Florida A&M                                                                             1     Trmoth Pollard, Mississippr Val..                                       22                                                                                                               :E                                                      2:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               6. La PayetIe         _.    .                ;;                                        4. Geor etown
 2.   Mart Johnson Towson St..                                                                            2     Jeff MC8. III, Eastern Ky.                                              26                                                                                                               76.0         5 Va I! ammanwealth                        39.1              i.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               7. Kentucky
 3.   Mootie Blayloc’ Oklahoma
                     k                                                                                    3.    Len Bazelak. Darimourh                           :                                                             8. Nia ara _. _. _.                          g                                         6. Iowa
 4    Avery Johnson southern-B.R.   :                                                                     4     Wally Lancaster, Virginia Tech                                                                                 9.Old\ommlon                                                              :::t         7 Missourl                                 g.:
 5.   Haywoode Workman, Oral Roberts                                                                      5.    Dave Mooney. Coastal Caro                                                                                     10. S. F. Austin St                                                                     B. Xavier (Ohio)                                             2;
 6    Chris Conway, Montana St.                          _.                                               6.    Gerald Paddle, Nevada-Las Vegas                                                                               11 Mem hrsSt _. _.                                                         2:           9 Syracuse                                 iti               34.2
 7.   Eric Murdock. Providence                                                                            7     Tim Legler. La Salle                                                                                          12. NC-Asheville                                                           75.4        10. Auburn                                                    32.3
 0    Kenn Robertson, Cleveland St.                                                                       0.    Tony Ross, San Otego St                      _: :                                                             13 Auburn .__.__.._.      .:                         ii                                11 Akron __.         _. _.                  J8.1
 Q    Rod Y Irrckland DePaul                                                                              9     Calvin Lamb, LIU-Brooklyn _. _. _. _.                                                                         14 UC Irvine       _. _.                      %                            ::.:        12. Northern III _.                         410
10    Darryl McDonald, Texas A&M..                                                                       10.    Earl Watkins. Southwestern   La                                                                               15 Eastern Ill _. _. _. _.                    496    E                     75 1        13. Florida St                              36.6
                                                                                                 REBOUNDING                                                                                                                          3-POINT FIELD-GOAL                     PERCENTAGE                                   XPOINT     FIELD GOALS                 YAtE         PE\OQAME
                                                                                                                                                                                            G          NO         AVG                                                                                    PCT                                                                                   AVG
                                                                                G                                                                                                                                                                                                                        49.0         1 Prmceton                                       26             211       61
 1 Kenny Miller Loyola Ill.) ._._.._._.                  ..__                                            11     John Spencer, Howard..                                                                                         1.   Arrrona.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2    Princeton                                                            492          2. Lo ola (Calif)
 2. Rodney  Mad. South b aro St                                                                          12.    Darrell Coleman. South Fla
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         40.7         2 Ok r ahoma..
 3. Jerome Lane, Pittsburgh                              :                                               13     Dan Malerle Central Mch.        _:                                      ;              314
                                                                                                                                                                                                       B3         10.8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  18           3    Kansas St.
                                                                                       FQ      %         14.    Mike Butts Bucknell                                                                                            4    Brlgham Young                      2;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‘          1:              SE                  4. Nevada-Las Vegas
 4 Kenny Sanders, George Mason..
 5. T rone Canino Central Corm. St                                          zi                 115       15     Levy Middlebrooks     Pep erdine                                        E              2%
                                                                                                                                                                                                       311        18::         5.   Evansville                                                           53     ._    5 Bradley
                                                                                       ii1     11.4      16.    T rone HiIl Xavier (Ohio                                                                                       6    Boston College                     8          12              3      47.0         6. George Mason
 6. d(ver Johnsari Baptist                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               47.0         7.RrceT _._......_._._
 7 Lionel Slmmonj, La Salle                                                 8          376     114       17     dant Lon     Eastern Mic                                                i:             E!i        18.:         7.   Bucknell
                                                                                                         16.    Anthony 8 ason. Tennessee St                                                                                   0    HOI Cross      _. __.              ii         E               E                   6. Arizona
 8. Randy While, Louisiana Tech                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          E            9. Virginia Tech
 9 Oerrrck Coleman, Syracuse                                                                             19.    Fred West, Texas Southern                                                                                      9.   Wichita St.
                                                                                                         20     Will Perdue. Vanderbtll  _. _. _.                                                                             10.   Richmond                           i%         1c              2      45.6        10. Southern Miss
10. Freddie Burlon. LIU-Brooklyn

     s                               Division                               I individual                                leaders                                                                                               Team                         leaders
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          SCORING   DEt FENSE
                                          SCDR!NG -
                                                                                                         (Mm 5 FG Made Per Gam~)ELD-ooAL                                                         FG
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1.   Tennessee
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ENC        30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1    Montana
 1. LeChandra LeDa Grambling
 2. Lmda Grayson. # ollhwestern     La                                                                                                                               {{                      iB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2    Long BeachSt         ._.     27                                     8.i            2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Lowslana Tech
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            _.   : :!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   27     %I:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               3.   Texas                        30
 3 Dorothy Bowers, Youngstown St
 4 Patricia Hoskins. Miss Val                                                                                                                                           zi                                                     4    Auburn       __. _.          30                                     E.1            $    :dwJ,Oseph s (Pa )     g      216
 5 Wanda Wtlltams. Chevnev. _.                                                                                                                                       ;: B                    1:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               5.   Louisiana Tech               $?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        p:;           6     Wis -Green Bay         26
 6. Sue Wicks Rutgers                                                                                                                                                                                                          6    Holy Cross
 7 V Whrtesrde Ap alachian St                                                                                                                                        :: 3                    i:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               7    A palachran St         _.    26                                                   7.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               0.   hQaryland                    20
 6. Jeanine Radice e ordham
 9 Cherle Nelson bouthern Cal                                                                                                                                        ;; :!                                                     9.   New Mexico St..              26                                                   9     Cmcmnatr _.        _. 27 ft2                    ._
                                                                                                                                                                                             137                              10    Nebraska                     26                                     E:i          10.    New Orleans                   21-5
10. Sheila Smith, )ulurray St
11. Shandra Maxwell, Austin Peay                                                                                                                                     Sr 30
                                                                                                                                                                                             277                              11.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    OePaul                   :   8
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        822          11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            James Madison 1..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Sam Houston St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                _. 27     $1;
12 Antomette Norris. S F. Austm SI.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                30 15-15
13 Regina McKerthan. Campbell                                                                                                                                               5:               2                                13    Rut ers.        ___.                                                I:.:         13.    Loyola (Calif )
14 Pam Gradovdle Cretghton             ::                                                                                                                            ::                      169                              14.   Brig ll am Voung         :   i:                                     81 0                          WON-LOST    PERCENTAGE
15. Maria Rivera. drami (Fla )                                                                                                                                       Jr     ;                203                  _...                            SCORINQ         I MARGIN                                                                                     W-L
16. Sandra Cook, Monmoulh      N.J.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  OFF               OEF                            1 Montana
17 Chana Perry San Orego S I                                                                                                                                                                                      %            1 Loulslana Tech                       ig                54.1            %.i            2. Iowa         _.                      Sk”51
16. Regina Kirk. Term-Chat1                                                                                                                                                                                       61 0                                                                                                 3 Auburn     _. _.           _.     :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               2. Auburn          __ _.
19 thana Vines OePaul                                                                                                            FREE-l WROIY             PERCENEQE                                                            3 Texas                                                  2%              g              3 Tennessee                             3;
2Q. Monica Felder. Md.-Easl Shore : :                                                                    (Mm 2 5 R Made Per Game)                                               G                                              4. LOnQ Beach St                                                                        3 Texas                    .._.....
21 Stephame Howard Radford                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              i-E             22.7           6. New Mexico St                        g:g
                                                                                                          1. Tracey Sneed, La Salle..                                Jr                                                        5. Tennessee                            !!A3
22 Penn Toler. Lon beach St          ::::                                                                 2 Jeanme Radrce. Fordham                                   Jr     K:                                                 6 Iowa                                  76 6                             213            7 LouIsIanaTech              .I. “1     25-2
23 Nrki tow,,    OhrogSt                                                                                  3. Liz Coffin Mame..                                       Sr                                                        7 Rutgers..                             61.4             ZE                             6. Montana St                           24-2
24 Oawn Jac son. Mercer                                                                                   4 Amanda <pry. U.S. Int’  l                                Sr     ::                                                 0 New Mexrco St                         630              609             :i!            9 Stanford..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       9 Virgima                               ;:I:
                               BLOCKED               SHOTS                                                5 Jodre Whrtaker, Kentucky                                                                                           9. Montana..
                                                                                                          6 Cmdy Bumgarner, IndIana..                                i:     E                                                 10 Ohio St                               2:               2%              1::           11 James Madrson..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        641             17.4          11 La Salle                              ;;I3
 1.   Stefanie Kasperski, Ore on.                                                                         7. Hilarte Cranmer. Hofstra                                                                                         11 OePaul                                !:z
                                                                                                          7 Cheryl Reeve, La Salle                                   i[      ;:                                               12. James Madison                                                         173           13 S F Austm St             _. _. _.     264
 2.   Michelle Wdson. Texas 8 outhern
 3.   Keth Gilbert, Columbia-Barnard                                                                      7 Jeanme Conde. Lamar.. 1..                                                                                         13. Montana St                                            2.;             16.9          Current    mnq      Streak. Tennessee 20 Texas 17. Cal
 4    San J ra look. Monmouth (N.J.)                                                                     10 Jodi Robers. Colorado St                                         :i                                               14. Appalachian St                       Ei               67 1            162           St Long 1 each 15. N Mer St 15. La 6alle 11
 5.   Laurie Heinrrchs Fresno St                                                                                                                                     ::                                                                    FIELD-OOAL
 6    Carwe U shaw kew Orkzans                                                                                                                                       Sr      E                                                                                   PERC:GNTACE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       FGA                                                    FIELD-GOAL        PERCENT$tE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                PERCENTAGE                   DE;E$SE
 7.   Michde II rutv. bavton                                                                                                                                                                                                   1.   Notre Dame                                                                          1 Dartmouth                                            1425
 8    Mary Kushy fdhitjft . .                                                                                                                                     2      E                                                     2    Maryland                            E               1616
                                                                                                                                                                   Fr                                                                                                                                                   2. Montana                                             1532
 9.   Dolores Bootr. Georgra Tech                                                                          15 Sue Nlssen. Central Mlch.                                                                                        3.   Tennessee                          1107             2110
                                                                                                           16 Jamie Sless. Oklahoma St                            Sr     :;                                                                                                                                             3 LouIslana Tech                           536
10    Sarah Ouncan. Harvard                                                                                                                                                                                                    4    Ohro St
                                                                                                           17 Kas Allen. Geo Washmqton                            Sr     27                                                                                            12               E                               4. Oregon
11.   Deborah Rrchardson. Kansas                                                                                                                                                                                               5    Texas                                                                               5 Texas Southern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Southern.                                        1624
12    Lmda Banks, Kent St..                                                                                                   3-POINT FIELD-GOAL              PERCENTAGE                                                       6    New Mexico St                                                                       6 Harvard                                                  1674
                                            ASSISTS                                                                                                           Cl      I:    FT.                       FGA         PCT          7    Ap alachlan St                          E           xi                                                                                         1569
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        7 Robert Morrrs
                                                                                                            1   Jambe Siess. Oklahoma St                                                               1;:        51 2         !       1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            i!z         122                             6 Howard
 1    Neacole Hall.AlabamaSt                                                                                2   Mary Just. Lo ala (Ill.).                                                                                                                                                                               9 New Orleans                 ”                            1%
 2    Surle McConnell, Penn St                                                                              3   Kelly Downs. b orehead St                                                                         g.5         10.   Auburn                _.                                                          10 Tsxas                                     722
 3    Camille Ratledge. FlorIda                                                                             4   Sand1 Brttler. Princeton                                                               l!!                    11    Purdue .._.........                1074
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        759             :2!                                                                        693
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      11. Auburn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ll.Auburn           ”
 4    Mary Gavm Notre Dame                                                                                  5   Jell Spaschak, New Mexico St                                                                                  12.   Holy Cross..                                                                      12 South Caro St                                             1961
 5.   Michelle Efferson Northwestern            La                                                          6   MarIelIe Walker, Georgia Tech..                                                        1:         I?:         13    Southwest MO St                         YE          22                                                                                         1919
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      13. Vanderbilt.
 6    Kerry Oressel. Fob-Teaneck                                                                            7   Volanda Brown, Baptist                                                                                        14.   Brigham Young          _.                                                         14 FresnoSt                                                  1704
 7    Melissa Kd ore. Butler                                                                                6   Sandy Shaw, Kansas         .I.                                                         1::        2:          15    MontanaSt           .._.                K           E                                                                                          I456
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      15. Iowa
 8    Dawn Mars ?l Tennessee                                                                                9   R McCullough, Southwestern     La                                                      213        45.1
                                                                                                                                                                                                       156        449                       FREE-THROW           PERCENTAGE                                                               REBOUND              MARGIN
 9.   Jennifer Lucas, Santa Clara                                                                          10   Sandy Brown, Middle Term St                   Jr                                                                                                     Fr     FTA                          PCT
10.   Stacey Spllko. Bucknell..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  OFF                  OFF
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      OEF      MAR
                                                                                                                               J-POINT     FIELD GOALS       MADE      PE,9 GAME                                               1    LaSalle    ._..        .._                                           79.0
                                                                                                                                                                                             c         NO         AVG          2    Gso Washmgton                                                        790            1 Lowslana Tech                           49.3                         163
                                              STEALS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2 Auburn                                  4g.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  47 9                E I       16 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                       111         4.3         3.   Amerrcan                                g                            77.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         74 7           3 Montana..                                                             12 0
 1    Debbie Black. St Joseph’ (Pa )
                              s                                                                                                                                                                                                4    Valparalso                                                                          4Tennessee      ._...                     2                   a
 2    Neacole Hall. Alabama St..                                                                                                                                                                           E            iI     5.   Villanova                                               5            740                                                                          37 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            373          74 0           5. Howard.                                                             3
 3    Aprrl Manmnp. FlorIda A&M                                                                                                                                                                                                6                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    St Jose h’ (Pi.)       :                z
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6 Murray St                               :;.3
 4    Tammy Stover, Wright St.                                                                                                                                                                             !:           3.2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        26     7.   Stanfor 8                                                                                                                     46 0                2;       1x.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                           :i           2.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        26     6.   Northern III.                           $t!             z!:          :i::           7. San DIego St
 5    Donna Holt. Vlr mla _.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0 Rutgers
 6.   Julie Skmner. 2 ampbell                                                                                                                                                                                                  9    IndIana                                 g                                                                                                         2!           z.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   %                     ::.x                                                     2:
 7    Rosalmd Jones, Florrda Int’l                   :        :                                             6 Ricki Romine. Arkansas St                                                                                       10.   Eastern Ill.    _.                                                                          .?.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .?                                41.3                $:
 6.   Jesica Haynes, San begO St                                                                            9 Sandy Brown, MIddIe Term St             :                                                                                                                            461                   72.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         72.8         11. Wake Forest                                                              !.A
 9    Bonme Hanson. Baylor                                                                                  9 Kelly Savage, Toledo                                                                           i!         f !   1i kck”,t!lll!.                               E      559                                                                                                37.6         0.9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         72.5         12 Maine                  ._ _.             i&t
                                                                                               REBOUNDING                                                                                                                     13. Kent St ._                                408    563
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   AVG              l-POINT        FIELD-GOAL               PERCENTAGE                                      3-POINT     FIELD GOALS              YAFE            PE;FAYE
                                                                                G               AVG                                                                                                      NO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            G   FG FGA                   PCT                                                                             ..-   ‘
 1. Katie Beck. East Term St                                                                                   Jesrca Haynes. San Orego St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               170
                                                                                                           13. Klra Anlholer. UC Santa Barb                                                            FQ          Fi          1    Loyola (Ill )                      g                                 47 5          1.   Southwestern    La
 2 Lmda Grayson Northwesrern             La                                  5:                 x.7
                                                                                                               Shelly Wallace Arkansas                                                                                         2    Princeton                                      E$                    45.5          2    Bethune-Cookman
 3. Sandra Cook honmouth     (N.J        )                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1!!
 4 Calrrce Lee. dethune-Cookman
 5. Chana Perr San Diego St
                                                                                                               Teena Cooper, Southwestern
                                                                                                               Rachel Bouchard. Mame
                                                                                                                                            La                                                         315         117         3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Prairie Vrew
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    New Mexico St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   59             131      .._
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            McNeese St
 6 Wanda Guy r on. South Fla
 7. Patricia Hoskms. Miss. Val.
                                                                                                               Cherie Nelson Southern Cal
                                                                                                               Angela Kmg Ala -Blrmmgham
                                                                                                                                                                                                       x           11.:        5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    New Hampshire..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   E              1:     ii:           5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            South Caro St                                                115
 6 Antoinette Norris, S F Austm
 9. Sue Wicks, Rutgers
                                                                                                               Phyletle Blake. Ga Southern
                                                                                                               Diana Vines, DePaul
                                                                                                                                                                                                       g           ii.;        7.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Middle Term St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Eastern Ill
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Georgra Tech
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Eastern Wash
10 Chrts Moreland, Duke.                                                                                       Krls Veatch. New Mexico St      : :                                                     31s         113
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              10    Oklahoma St _. _. _.               26          67             165    406          10    Loyola (Ill )                                                 96
11 Adrian Vlckers. South Ala
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE NCAA NEWS/March                                   9,1999                  13

NCAA Record
      CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS                                                                                                                          tlfled as a member of the Presidents                                                              I I    Northern          Ky (23-2)                                             79
    Joe Boyer resigned as president at                                                                                                                  Commission in an item appearing in the                                                            12.    Gannon         (24-3).                  _. _.                           73
Mississippi Valley.. . Ralph L. Spencer                                                                                                                 Record section of the February 17 issue of                                                        13.    Stonchill(24-3).                                                   _. 62
                                                                                                                                                        The NCAA News He is Wabash Chan-                                                                  14.     Alas.mAnchorage                1234,.                                  54
appointed acting president at Oswego                                                                                 Lee Moon named                                                                                                                       15.    JacksonwIle            St. (21-5)                                       49
State, where he is executive vice-president                                                                          alhletlcs director                 cellor Lewis S. Salter.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          16.    Southcart          Mo. St. (25-2)                                       43
and provost. Donald J. Mash appointed                                                                                at Matshall                                  DIRECTORY CHANGES                                                                       17      Dirt     Columbia           (24-2)                                     32
president at Wayne State (Nebraska),                                                                                                                        Active       Ilniversity      of Cincinnati.                                                  IX     Grand Valley St (20-7)                                    .._           21
effective June 1. He is executive vice-                                                                              Dave Possinger hired               I.aurle Putle(PWA)              513/4754762; Uni-                                                 IV.    South Dak. St. (23m3,..                                                  I7
president for administration at George                                                                               for Westem Carofina                versity ol Illinois, Champaign: Morton                                                            20.    New Hamp.              Cal. (20-b)                                 _.      2%
Maon           Larry G. Osna named president                                                                         menb badretbail team               W. Weir (Interm C); University of Michi-                                                          20      I-art Valley St (22-3)                                                  2%
at Hamline, effective June I He is presi-                                                                                                               gan: Robben W Fleming (Interim P):                                                                                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Men’ Gymnastica
dent and chief executive officer of the                                                                                                                 Mills   College:      Niki   Janus (l-+415/430-                                                         The lop 20 NCAA                  mcn’ gymnastlo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       r                             turn,.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          based on the teams’ three highest                                  worcs (m-
Minnesota Private College Council and                                                                                                                   2170, St. Anselm College: (P)&603/641-                                                            eluding        at least one away-meet                     score) through
Fund        Edward B. Jakubauskas selected                                                                                                              7000, (F)~603/64~7000;                (AD)       603/                                             March         I. ai prrwded            by the National                 Associa-
for the presidency at Central Michigan            signed at Eastern Kentucky, citing family       for the football team. He previously was a            641-7800; Santa Clara Uruversity: Amy                                                             tion of C‘      ollcglatc        Ciymna,tw             Coaches (Men).
He has been president at Geneseo State            reasons. His teams compiled a 15-38             graduate assistant football coach at the              Hackett (PWA)- 408/554-4670; Univcr-                                                                  I llllrlols                                                          2xs 017
since 1979.                                       record through two seasons. _. LnRue            school.                                               sity of South Carolina: (AD) to be ap-                                                               2. Ohio St..                                                        .2X2.067
       DIRECTORS OF ATHLETICS                     Fields appointed at Mmnesota, where she              Womenb volleyball         Hugh Schintzius        pointed.                                                                                             3. Ncbrdska                                                           281.317
    Lee Moon appointed at Marshall. He            has been interim head coach smce August         resigned after six seasons at Mansfield,                                       POLLS                                                                       4 IJCLA                                                               2x1 I13
served the past three years at Kansas                                                                                                                                  Division                   I Basehall                                                 5 Oklahoma                     .._                 .._                2X0 700
                                                   1987. She served as head coach from 1978       where his teams have compiled a 178-86
                                                                                                                                                            The ,op 30 NCAA                      Dwision    I baseball                    teams              6 Houston            Baptist.                              _. _. 279.417
State, where he has been associate AD             to 1985 at Morgan State, where her teams        record. Schintzius started the program in
                                                                                                                                                        a\ relected hy Colleaiate Baseball,with record>                                                      7. Iowa                                                _.           .279.233
since July 1986. Moon earlier was assistant       compiled a 123-6 I record . . Mike Ricci-        1975 as a club sport and was head coach              in parentheses     and pom(,                                                                         X Mmnewta                                                             27X 350
AD at Kansas State, where he also served          nrdi stepped down after seven years at          during the 1976-1977 season. then served                I. Oklahoma      SI. (7-O)                                   49u
                                                                                                                                                                                                                .........                                    Y Stanford                                                          .277.2X3
as interim head football coach during             Ramapo. He earlier served four seasons          as assistant coach from 1977 to 19x1                    2. Mmm,     (Fla ) (12-2).                       .:
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ..............     ,492                                 IO. Cal St. I-ullerton                                                .276.217
 1985 Michael Briglin announced his               as an assistant at the school. Ricciardi will   before being promoted to head coach in                  S Tcxas(l44).         ......................              ..48 9                                 I I. Penn St.                              _.            _. _. 275.833
retirement as men’ AD at tilassboro
                         s                        remain at Ramapo as coordinator of               1982.                                                  4 Stanford     113-5, ..................                     4X7                                 12. Northern            III.                                            275.400
State, where he also will step down as            athletics equipment and facilities and                                STAFF                             5    Michigan (04) ................                          4X2                                 13. AnTona           St.                                                274.950
                                                                                                                                                         6     Missiwppr     SI. (I-O)                                 4x1                                 14 New Mex,co                                                           277 700
head baseball coach. He has been on the           intramurals director.       Julie Davis rem          Facility dlreclor       Charlie Morrison
                                                                                                                                                          7.   Loyola (C&f.)       (I 5-3,                      .... 47&                                   I5 Wisconsin                                                          ,272 650
school’ health and physical education
         s                                        signed after three seasons at Nebraska          named director of Achilles Rink and
                                                                                                                                                          8.   Arkanuc    (6-2)                        ........       ,476                                 lb IlLChicago                                                           272.317
faculty since 1962. Dave Tuuk an-                 Wesleyan, citing her wish to pursue aca-        Memorial Field House at Union (New                      9.   L~r”lslana St. (7-O) ..............                    ,471                                 17. Navy..                                                            .272.250
nounced his retirement at Calvin, where           demic interests.                                York), where he is stepping down as head              IO.    Cahforrua    (15-5)          ..............             470                                 18. Tcmplc                                                 .._... 271.433
he has been on the staff since 1950. The               Football -Ted Kershner resigned at                s
                                                                                                  men’ ice hockey coach.                                I I.   Arwona    St. (20-5)                    .......        .465                                 19. Southcrn            Corm. St.                                   ..271.417
former track and cross country coach              Glassboro State, where his teams com-                Fund-ralrlng         director-     Douglas       12.    Tcnaa A&M       (14-2)          .............           461                                20. Mlchlgan             St.                                     ._. 270.557
plans to step down in May after serving           piled a 35-34 record through seven seasons      Smith appointed executive director of the             13,Soulhern(‘ al(l5~2). ................                                            ,460                          Division                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           I Men’ Ice Hockey
for the seventh time as tournament direc-         and his 1983 squad shared the New Jersey         Lobo Club at New Mexico, succeeding                  14. Ar,,ona (17-5)        ...................                                        457                The top I5 NCAA                       Dtwton              I men’      s ,cc
tar for the Division III Men’ Basketball          Athletic Conference title. Kershner served      Alan Graham, who resigned to accept a                 15. FlorIda St (S-2) .....................                                          ,449          hockey teams through                      February            29. with rcc-

Championship final, March 18-19 at Cal-           as an assistant at the school for 13 seasons    position in Virginia. Smith is a former               lb Oklahoma (6-I) ..........                                                          447         ords in parentheses                  and points.
                                                                                                                                                        I7 Brigham Young (2-O)                                                                442             I. Maine (29-b-2).                                                            .5X
vin.                                              before he was promoted              to head     associate athletics director at Cal State             IX.    Hawall (X-5,                             ...............                       440            2. Mmncsota              (31-7) _.               _. _.                     _. .58
          ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR                      coach       Gregory A. Wallace selected at       Fullerton, where he also was executive               I9     Wlchrta    St. (0-O). .................                                        436            3. Lake Supcrux                 St (27-5-b)                                    .52
                 OF ATHLETICS                     Grinnell. He previously was an assistant        director of the Titan Athletic Foundation.            20.    UCLA     (I 2-b)                                         ......               ,433            4. Wisconsin            (26-12-I).                      ._..           ._.._ 45
    Lynn Eilefson, former AD at San Jose          at Centre, where he has been offensive               Sports Information        directora       Lee    2 I.   Cal St. Fullerron (I 1-b). .............                                      ,429            5 Bowlmg           Green (24-l l-2)                                          ..43
State and Cal State Fullerton, named              line coach since 1978 and offensive coor-       Bohnet announced his retirement at North              22     Rrce(l3~2)      ...........................                                    427            6. Harvard          (1X-X)                        .._._..            .._._. 40
associate AD for external affairs at Miami        dinator since 1983. Wallace also was head       Dakota, effective June 30. He h= been                 23     Kentucky (3-l) ..........                                                      422            7.Norcheastcrn(l7-114) .._____._.. ____.                                        36
                                                                                                                                                        24.    New Orleans (h-3)                                   ..............             421            X Michigan             St (22-13-3).                  _. _. _.           _. .32
(Florida). Eilefson brings more than 25           baseball coach at Centre.                                     s
                                                                                                  the school’ SID since 1953.. Kentucky’           s
                                                                                                                                                        25.    Minnesota  (On) ....                                                        ..415             8. St I.awrence (23-7)                                                          32
years in athletics-administration experi-              Football aaalstantt~Six      Kent State    Brad Davis appointed assistant commis-
                                                                                                                                                        26.    Auburn (7-2)                                       ...............            411           10 Vermont            (20-7-I)                                                   .22
ence to the post, including stints as senior      assistants named to the staff at Kansas.        sioner in charge of communications for                27.    Clemson            (5-l)      .......................                        ,408           1 I. Michigan           (21-17)                           _. _.                    I3
associate AD at lJCLA and associate AD            The coaches are former Wisconsin interim        the Southeastern Conference.                Herb      2X Nebraska (7-O) ..........                                                         407           12. Cornell         (18-7) .___               ._.._.             .._.__._.         I2
for external affairs at Fresno State.             head coach Jim Hilles, defensive coordi-        Hnrtnett named at Maryland. He has                    2Y. I.resno St. (12-5,                                                        ... ..4O 3           13. North          Dak. (20-19-I)                                                  10
          ASSISTANT DIRECTOR                      nator and inside linebackers; Bob Fellow,       been assistant athletics director and SID             30. Houston    (I l-l-2)                   ....................                     .398            I4 Lowell (18~15)                                                                   Y
                 OF ATHLETICS                     outside linebackers; Mitch Browning,            at Pennsylvania since 1977 and served as                             Division                     II Bucbdl                                               15. Western          Mich. (20-14-3)                     _. _. __. _. _. 9
                                                  secondary; Vie Adamle, running backs;           a press officer during the 1984 Summer                   ‘
                                                                                                                                                           The top IO NCAA                         D~vrsmn 111 men‘     s                  base-                         Division        Ill Men’ Ice Hockey
    Pennsylvania’    s Herb Hartnett ap-
pointed sports information director at            Reggie Mitchell, tight ends, and Dave           Olympics in Los Angeles.                              ball teams as selected by Collegiate Baseball                                                                                           (Final)
                                                                                                                                                        through March I. with records in parentheses                                                       I~he top          IO NCAA              Division III men’ ice                 s
Maryland.                                         Warner, quarterbacks. Also, Northern                 Strength and condltlonlng mordina
                                                                                                                                                        and points:                                                                                        hockey teams through                     February            29, with rcc-
                    COACHES                        Illinois offensive coordinator Pat Rue1        tor      Gary Wroblewski resigned at Co-                I     I-la     Southern           (7-I).        .....                               4x7          ords m pnrcnthcsesand points:
    Baseball        Michael Briglia announced     was named offensive coordinator and             lumbia to become director of a clinic and               2.    Fla. Atlant,c(lS-I-1)                         ................                486              I Elmira (204)                                                                60
lus retirement at Glassboro State, where          offensive line coach at Kansas and former       fitness center in Solon, Ohio. Wroblewski               3    New Haven (04) ..................                                              480            2. Wis.-River             Falls (24-5-I)                                         56
he also will step down as men’ athletics          Jayhawks assistant John Hadl was hired          came to Columbia in 1984 as the school’           s     4    Armstrong    St. (60). .........                                               479             3. Babson (21-b).                                                     . . ...52
director. Briglia coached baseball at the          as wide receivers coach. In addition, the      lirst coordinator of strength and conch-                5.   Cal. St. Sacramento    (I 14)                                    .......      ,477            4. Rwdom             (1X-7)                                                     47
school for 24 years, leading his teams to a        school announced that Vie Eumont will          tioning.                                                 5. Tampa (3-5)                            ....................                     472             5 Bemldji         St (22-7-3)                                                 .45
                                                                                                                                                          7.     Cal Poly Pomona                   (9-5) ...........                          470            6 Wis.Stevens                Point (20-E-2).                                    40
478-243-8 record and Division III titles in        be retained on the staff as defensive line                     CONFERENCES
                                                                                                                                                          8      San Fran. St. (84,                                               ....     ..46 6           7. Plactbburph St (23-10)                                   _. _. _. .:I. .36
 I978 and I979 Russ Tiedemann of Wis-             coach.                                               Brad Davis named assIstant commas-                 9.     Delta St (6-l)                ..................                                           X St Mary’  s(Minn)(20~5~1)                                                .._ 31
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ..4 64
consin-Oshkosh announced he will retire                Also, Jack Sells, Doug Klein and Bob       skoner m charge of communications for                  IO     (‘al Poly SLO (9-b). .......                                                  460           Y Salem 122-13).                                                                29
from coaching at the end of the season.            Stoops selected at Kent State Sells will       the Southeastern Conference, effective                                      Division            Ill Baseball                                             IO. St. Thorna,    (Mmn.)    (20-7)                                   . . . ...24
Tiedemann is entering his 20th season at           coach defensive backs after serving last       April 18. He has been sports information                     I hc top IO NCAA                         Dwision              111 baseball
                                                   season as defensive end coach at Tennes-       director at Kentucky since July I987 and                                                                                                                               Divisiun             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I Men’ %vimming
the school, where his 1985 team won the                                                                                                                  teams        as xlcctcd                hy Collegiate                         Baseball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The top 20 NCAA               Dwlsion               ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            I men’ swim-
Dlvlsion 111 championship. His career              see. Klein will coach quarterbacks after       also has served as general manager of                  through        March       I. wth records in parcnthoc>
                                                                                                                                                         and pomtb.                                                                                        ming team, a\ selected by the College                        Swim-
coaching record is 473-l 57-2. Tledemann           one season as quarterbacks and receivers       Cawood ProductIons of Inxmgton, Ken-                                                                                                                     mmg Coaches           A,wcx&on           of Americathrough
                                                                                                                                                             I Manetta         (O-O) ..............                                              490
will remain at Wisconsin-Oshkosh as an             coach at Ferris State. Stoops will serve as    tucky                                                                                                                                                    l-cbruary      26. with point>.
                                                                                                                                                            2. Wi,. O,hko,h               10-O)                       ............               486
instructor in health, physIca education            inside linebackers coach after stints as a                         DEATHS                                3 Methodist@I).                     .....                                           .4x4            I Southern        Cahfornia,       297,2. FlorIda.          267;
and recreation                 s
                        Centre’ Gregory A.         graduate assistant coach and volunteer              Jeff Taggart, a junior basketball player             4. UC‘ San Dqo                 (7-2)                ..............                  .4X3       3. C&forma.          264.4. Mlchlgan.            243; 5. UC1.A.
 Wallaceappointed head football coach at           coach at Iowa.                                 at Canisius, died March 5 after he col-                   5 Mont‘   lalr       St (0-O) ...............                                       ,480       231: b. Stanford,         222: 7 Louisiana            State. 213:
Grinnell.                                              In addition, John Palermo and Chuck        lapsed while slttmg on the bench during                   6 Cal St. San B’           dino (8-I-I)                                    ... ..47 9          8 lcxas,       207: 9 Arizona            State. 195: 10. Nc-
    M&a b&katbal~Mike                Martin rem    Heater named defensive line coach and                                                                                                                                                                   braska.      162; I I. Arwona.             144; 12. Southern
                                                                                                  the first half of a game between Canisius                 7 Fa\tcrn        Corm St (O-O) ..............                                       ,477
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Methodist,         135: 13 Iowa, 117. I4 Alabama,
slgned alter eight seasons ar Abilene              defensive backs coach, respectively, at        and Niagara He was 20 Tests showed                        X Wm         Paterson (0-O). .....                                                   474
                                                                                                                                                            9 Ithaca (O-O)                                              ...........              473        108, IS Southern           Ilhnols.     96: lb South Carw
 Christian, where three of his last four           Notre Dame. Palermo, who previously            that Taggart had an enlarged heart. Tag-                                                                                                                 Ima. 72; 17. Tennessee.               48; IX. Arkansas.           45,
                                                                                                                                                          IO. -frent,rn St (O-O)                       ................                          470
teams have won Lone Star Conference                was defensive line coach at Minnesota for      gart started the game and played about                                                                                                                    IY Hawau.         30: 20 Miami           (FlorIda).      24
                                                                                                                                                                        Division                       7
                                                                                                                                                                                        II Men’ Lh~ketbdl
championslups. He plans to seek a coach-           four years, replaces Joe Yinto, who re-        eight        minutes      before      he       was                                        (Ftnal)                                                                    Division     I Wumcn’    s      Swimming
 ing posltlon at a Division I institution.         mains at the school as a special assistant     stricken        Richard J. “Dick”      Ricketts,             The top 20 NCAA                   Division                           ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     II men’ b;r,ket-                          The top 20 NCAA             Division       I women’ s swim-
 Martin’ teams compiled a 123-98 mark              to the athletics director. Heater joins the    the leadmgscorer m Duquesne basketball                 ball teams through                  February 29. wllh records                                      ming teams as selected by the College                        Swim-
during his tenure, including a 76-35 record        Fighting Irish staff after three seasons as    history. died recently of leukemia m Ro-               ,n parcnthcrcs           and pomt<’                                                               m,Rg Coaches Assocuuon                   ol America        through
 the past four seasons. Mark Nixon ap-             secondary coach at Ohio State and repla-       chester, New York. He was 54. The former                   I Fla Suuthern              (25-2). ...............                              I.59          February       26. wth points:
                                                                                                                                                            2 St (‘    loud     St (22-3,. ...............                                    IS0                I. Tcnaa. 400: 2 Stanford,            310: 3 California,
 pointed at Texas-Arlington, where he has          ces Terry Forbes, who resigned to pursue       all-America helped lead Duquesne to the
                                                                                                                                                            3 Alabama           A&M          (25-2)                                           142           353, 4. FlorIda.        343, 5. (tic) Arwona           State and
 been acting head coach since Jerry Stone          other opportunities       Dan Dehnicke rem      National lnvitatlon Tournament title in                                                                                                                  Clemson,       310. 7. llCl A. 27X; X. Cicorg~a. 259:
                                                                                                                                                            4 Swthcn\t           Mo. St (25-2)                             .......            I41
 took a leave of absence for exhaustion in         signed after two seasons as linebackers         1955 and still holds school career records               5 New Haven (24-3, ............                                                   I28           Y Michigan.         270: IO. North Carolina.               208; I I.
 January. The school announced that Stone          coach at North Dakota to become head           for pomts scored, field-goal attempts, free               6 Fcrrl, St. (23-4)                                                         ... 120             Southern       Caldornia.        197: I2 South t_‘         arrrl~na.
 will be relieved of his coactung post and         coach at Coon Rapids (Minnesota) High           throws made and rebounds He was man-                     7. Ky. Wolcyan              (22-S)                               ......           I10            174. 13. IC~KMC.              150: 14. Lrrurlana             State,
 reassIgned to other duties. Stone was in          School       Dwight Montgomery promoted         ager of industrial relations at Eastman                  X N C Central (24-3) ..............                                             ,105             134. 15. V,rgmla,            117. 16. Arirona,            102. 17.
 his llrst season at the school.                   from graduate assistant coach to defensive      Kodak Co. at the time of his death.                      Y V~rgima Union (24-S)                                                              Yb          FIorda       State, 67, IX. Auburn.              54. IY. North-
     In addirion, Dave Gunther announced           coordinator a( Ohio Northern, where he              Ed Roman, a key memhcr of the C‘        CNY        II) (‘  dlf      (Pa )(22-5)               .............                              X9          western. 42. 20. Nebraska,                3 I.
 his retirement at North Dakota, where he                                         s
                                                    also will serve as head men’ track coach.      baskethall team that won both the NCAA                 I I Nollolk         St. (23-6,                                                        X0                                Men’ Vollcybdl
                                                                                                                                                          12. ral St Sacramento,                        122-h)                ...               72               ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 fhc top 20 NCAA            men’ volleyhall
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ,                 teams as
 ha,: been head coach since 1970. He will                   s
                                                        Men’ ice hockey-Herb         Hammond       and National Invitation Tournament titles
                                                                                                                                                          I3 (;aonon          (21-6). .............                                             62          selected by the Amcrxan                  Volleyball    Coachc\
 remain on the school’ athletics staff.             resIgned alter six seasons at Brown, where     m 1950, dlrd of leukemia March I m                     14. lcnn.~Mart~n              (2fJ&7,                                                 50          A\wclatlon        through      I-cbruary       2X. wth records
 Gunther’ North Dakota teams had com-               he will remain on the staff as an assistant    Valhalla. New York. He was 57. Roman                   IS Augu\tana             (S D ) (20-6~ ............                                   41          1” parenthcx>         and pomts
 piled a 329- I75 record with two games left        to the athletics &rector for event manage-     later pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges             16. Kutrtown           (20-7).                                                           /,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                7 I’           I, Southern      Cal (I S-1)                              ,.2x0
 m the current season. His overall collegiate       ment. Hammond led Plattsburgh Slate to         stemming from a point-shaving scheme                   I7 UC Riverside               (21-0) ..............                                   25%           2 Hawail       (15-3)                                         262
 coachin record was 401-186 through 21              two consecutive appearances in the Divi-       that involved more than a dozen players                18. Lc Moync            (21-5,                                                        2411,         3. UCLA       (1X-3,                                          251
 seasons Dave Possinger          named at West-     sion II championship final before taking       from CCNY, Island University and                 I9 I.ew1~(2O~b,                ...................                                     19%          4. Pepperdme         (6-5,.          _.                . ...237
                                                                                                   New York University. He worked in recent               20 Lowell (20-7,.                .................                                                   5 Penn St. (9-3)                                             226
 ern Carohna. He is in his ninth season at          the job at Brown, where his teams have                                                                                                                                                       17%
                                                                                                                                                                      Divisiun       II Women’           s         Basketball                                 6. UC Santa Rarb (16-S).                                      210
  St. Thomas Aquinas, which finished the            compiled a 36-l 14-3 record s.mce the          years as a psychologist m the New York
                                                                                                                                                                                                 (l-inal)                                                      7 Beach St. (10-E)                                     I85
  regular season ranked No. I among Na-              1982-1983 season. He is a member of the       City school system William C. ‘             Bill”       l~he top 20 NCAA                Dlwwrn                II womcn’        r        bask&               X Cal St. Northrldge            (7-10).            _.        I77
 tlonal Association of Intercollegiate Ath-         NCAA       Men’ Ice Hockey Commit-
                                                                    s                              Ackerman, UCLA’ first men’ tennis
                                                                                                                          s               s               ball teams throueh                  l-chruarv              2X. wth record\                           Y. KutgcwNewark             (20-2)                            164
  letlcs teams. Possinger’ career coaching          tee. Charlie Morrison stepped down             coach, died February I5 in Los Angeles at              m parcnthcsc>            and points.                                                               IO. Ball St (6-2)                                               15x
  record, which also includes three years at        after IO seasons at Union (New York) to        age 85 Ackerman coached UCLA to the                        I West Tcx. St. (27-O). _.                                    _. _.              160           I I San Diego St. (h-9)                                         I51
  Rhode Island College, is 338-80. He rem                                             s
                                                    become director of the school’ Achilles        first of Its record I5 Ehvision I team tenms              2 Cal Poly Pomona(24-3,.                                  .._._._...              151           12. Guoryc       Mason (16-5).                                  I32
  places mterlm head coach Herb Krusen,             Rink and Memorial Field House. Morri-          titles m 1950 and also coached the Rruins                  3. Delta St (24-2)                                                               142           13. Stanford       (X-Y)                   _.                   I I6
                                                                                                                                                             4. Hampton          (28-I)             ._._.                   .._.               I34           14. lll/PIJ&Ft        Wayne (10-6,                                91
  who has been in the post since November.               s
                                                    son’ teams won 210 games and appeared          to IO Pacific Coast Conference cham-
                                                                                                                                                             5 North Dak. St. (23-2,.                                                        ,131            I5 OhioSt.(ll-7)                                                  HS
     Men’ basketball srrlstant~            Wade     m five NCAA tournaments during his             pionships. He was elected to the college                  6 Pitt~lohnstown                (22-2)                              _.          ,121            lb Loyola (Cahf.,           (7-7)                                 bR
 Houston promoted from assistant to as-             tenure at the school.                          tennis hall of fame in 1984.                               7 Mt St Mary’         r(Md)                   (22-l)                             108           I7 Navy (15-9)                                                    49
 sociate head coach at Louisville, where he             Men’ track and field ~ Dwight Mont-
                                                            s                                                      CORRECTION                                X. St Joseph‘     s (Ind ) (24-2)                                                 103           IX. UC San DIego (5-l I)                                          44
 has been on the staff for I2 years.                gomery selected at Ohio Northern, where                               s
                                                                                                       Due to an editor’ error, a member of                  9. Bcntlcy (25-2)                                                                 I02           19. Fast Stroudsburg             (16-4)                           36
     Womenr basketball ~ George Cor re-             he also will serve as defensive coordinator    the NCAA Council erroneously was iden-                  IO Central         MO. St (234)                     ._......._._..                    8X          20 UC lrvinc (I-X)                                                 I5
14      THE NCAA NEWS/March         9,1999

Kentuckv reprimanded for not cooperating in investigation
 I. Introduction.                             university renewed a standing re-          substantially incorrect and, if so,        of money for speeches by student- mittee on Infractions in the conduct of
                                              quest for the committee to accept its      why?                                       athletes, the university did not relevant mqulries into the allegations
    At the request of the NCAA                findings as sufficient and to take no         Subsequent to the committee’      s     pursue these statements with other described as having been reported 27.
                                                                                                                                                                              former student-athletes in an October
Committee on Infractions, the IJni-           further action in the case.                                         s
                                                                                         request, the university’ new presi-        possible sources. In addition, the 1985, newspaper article. Specifically. (I)
versity of Kentucky submitted a                  At the June hearing, the univer-        dent, David P. Roselle, met with           committee found that inadequate the uruverslty’s mvestlgative techniques
May 19, 1987, written report of the           sity reported that although some           NCAA enforcement staff members             efforts were made to induce former        reduced the opporturuty to obtain corn-
findings and conclusions resulting            violations occurred prior to I98 I,                                    s
                                                                                         to discuss the committee’ concerns         student-athletes and representatives plete mformation lrom the principals in
from its investigation of allegations         no violation could be confirmed            and then directed the university’    s     of the university’ athletics interests this case; (2) the university did not take all
of NCAA violations that appeared              within the NCAA’ four-year statute
                                                                  s                      investigators to renew efforts to                                                    reasonable
                                                                                                                                    to cooperate in the investigation, tion and to steps to develop full Informa-
                                                                                                                                                                                             confirm mformatton initially
in a Lexington, Kentucky, news-               of limitations (i.e., October 198I to      interview several individuals prior        despite the continued enrollment of reported m the newspaper, and (3) the
paper October 27, 1985. The uni-              October 1985). The university also                            s
                                                                                         to the university’ hearing before          some former student-athletes in pro- university did not take adequate steps to
versity’ report acknowledged vio-             reported that corrective actions had       the committee. Questions relating          fessional schools at the university       mtervlew all potential source\ of informa-
lations the university was able to            been implemented in an effort to                             s
                                                                                         to the university’ investigation, as       and the fact that these student- t1on.
substantiate and identiied correc-            prevent future violations. The com-        well as the specific allegations re-       athletes and representatives had 111.Committee on Infractions penalty.
tive and disciplinary actions to be           mittee was concerned, however, that        garding the basketball program,            talked with the newspaper reporters.          A. The Uruversity of Kentucky shall be
taken. The NCAA enforcement staff             complete information had not been          were discussed in detail at the uni-       For example, in its letters to former     publicly reprlmanded.
conducted independent inquiries               developed in the case and deter-                    s
                                                                                         versity’ appearance February 6,            student-athletes who were not                 B The uruverslty shall be required to
primarily concerning possible viola-          mined that the university again             1988. Allegations concerning extra        reached by telephone, the university      report periodically to the NCAA cnforce-
tions occurring within the NCAA’        S     should be requested to appear be-          benefits to enrolled student-athletes,                                                ment staff in wrltmg concerning
                                                                                                                                    seemed to suggest, as a viable op- of a comprehensive mstltutlonal the resultsmonitor-
four-year statute of limitations and          fore the committee to discuss both         including “cash handshakes,“exces-         tion, that refusal to be interviewed                                s
                                                                                                                                                                               ing program in men’ haskethall, which
failed to develop information sub-            the specific allegations and the uni-      sive remuneration for speaking en-         would be a satisfactory response shall include economic audits of student-
stantially different than that of the                  s
                                              versity’ investigative techniques          gagements, discounts for clothing          (e.g., “In order for us to complete athletes’ employment earnings and ex-
 university. In this regard, represen-        and policies. This request was made        purchases, free meals and improper         our investigation, it is necessary for penses for speaking        engagements  (whether
tatives of the newspaper that printed         pursuant to NCAA Constitution 4-           sales of complimentary tickets, were       us to interview you regarding the during the academic year or vacation
 the original article refused to assist       2-(a), Bylaw 9-54e) and the Pream-         considered. Concerning each of             article or obtain your refusal to be periods). and the use of comphmentary
                                                                                                                                                                               tickets This monitoring program also
 either the university or the NCAA            ble to the Official Procedure Go-          these categories, the university as-       interviewed. In an effort to assist shall include periodic m-person inspection
 in efforts to verify or support state-       verning the Enforcement Program,           serted either that it was unable to        you in making this determination, I by NCAA enforcement personnel, as well
 ments that it published concerning           which provides in part that the            develop sufficient information to          am enclosing a list of questions that as the submission of written reports by
 violations of NCAA rules. The en-             university is obligated to cooperate      conclude that a violation had oc-          we would like to ask you.“). Nothing       the umversity at the end of the 19X7-88,
 forcement staff recommended to               fully with the NCAA Committee on           curred or concluded that any proven        in the letter indicated that the uni- 1988-89 and 19X9-90 academic years.
 the Committee on Infractions that             Infractions in the conduct of relevant    violation was outside the NCAA’     s      versity preferred the cooperation of          [NOTE: Should the university appeal
 the university’ findings be adopted                                         s
                                              inquiries into the university’ inter-      four-year statute of limitations. The      the addressee, rather than a refusal either the finding of violation or proposed
 and that the corrective and discipli-        collegiate athletics program. The          NCAA enforcement staff also was            to be interviewed. Not surprisingly, penalty in this case to the NCAA Council
 nary actions be accepted in lieu of a        committee requested the institution        unable in its investigation to develop     many recipients of the letter refused subcommittee of Division 1 members, the
 penalty to be imposed by the com-            to be prepared to discuss its re-          substantial information (either from                                                 Committee on Infractions will submit an
                                                                                                                                    to be interviewed.
                                                                                                                                                                              expanded infractions         report to the
 mittee.                                      sponses to the following specific          individuals identified in the news-            In addition to submitting infor- members of the Council who will consider
    The committee, however, deter-            questions:                                 paper article or from other possible                                   s
                                                                                                                                     mation about the men’ basketball the appeal. This expanded report will
 mined that university representa-                                       s
                                                  A. Did the university’ investiga-      sources) to confirm violations oc-          program, the institution also re- mclude additional information in accord-
 tives should be requested to appear          tive techniques hinder or reduce the       curring within the four-year statute        ported a minor violation in another ance with Section 6 of the Official Proce-
  before the committee for the pur-           opportunity to obtain complete and         of limitations.                             sport. The committee agreed that dure Governing the NCAA Enforcement
  pose of reviewing the information           correct information in this case?              After the February hearing, the         adequate action was taken by the Program. A copy of the committee’s
                                                                                                                                                                               report will be provided to the university
 developed concerning the men’ bas- s             B. Has the university taken all        committee concluded that the uni-           university in this matter.                prior to Its appearance before the Council
  ketball program. An appearance              reasonable steps to develop infor-         versity conducted an inadequate                                 s
                                                                                                                                        The committee’ finding concern- and, as required by NCAA procedures,
  was scheduled for June 4, 1987,              mation and to confirm information          investigation of the matters that          ing this case is set forth in Part II of will be released to the public.
  during which the university’ written        initially reported in a local news-                                   s
                                                                                         were within the NCAA’ four-year             this report, and the committee’       s      Also, the Committee on Infractions
  report identifying the allegations          paper?                                     statute of limitations. General de-         action in the case is set forth in Part wishes to advise the uruversity that when
                                                  C. Has the university taken ade-       nials of involvement by principals                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                               the comrmttee’ action in this case becomes
  and findings, detailing the scope of                                                                                               111.                                      elfectlve, the institution should take every
  the university’ inquiries, stating the
                 s                            quate steps to interview all potential     were accepted with little, if any,                                                             precaution to ensure that the requirements
  university’ position as to the prob-
             s                                 sources of information’ !                 follow-up questioning as to specifics       II. Finding of violation, as determined by         of the committee are observed. Further,
  able truth of falsity of the allegations,       D. Should additional action be         or independent investigation of            committee.                                          any action contrary to the terms of any of
  and identifying the corrective or            taken by the university against out-      facts. For example, although state-           A. [NCAA Constitution 4-2-(a), Bylaw                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                        the committee’ requirements shall be
  disciplinary actions taken would be          side representatives or former stu-       ments by former student-athletes           9-5-(e) and the Preamble to the Official            considered grounds for extendmg the
  discussed. The university’ report            dent-athletes who have refused to         included information indicating that       Procedure Governmg the NCAA En-                     monitoring reqturements, as well as to
                                                                                                                                    forcement Program.]                                 consider imposing more severe sanctions
  had been submitted under the pro-            cooperate in its investigation?           there may have been rules violations          The committee finds that the University          in this case.]
  visions of Section 7dg) of the NCAA             E. Does the university contend         regarding the sale of complimentary        of Kentucky failed to satisfy its obligation
  enforcement procedure, and the               that the newspaper accounts are           tickets and the impermissible receipt      to cooperate fully with the NCAA Com-               NCAA COMMITTEE ON INFRACTIONS

 Minnesota men’ basketball program placed on probation                                                                                   A                                          I
 I. Introduction.                                                        s
                                                 Prior to the university’ February       of local automobile transportation         its cooperation in the NCAA inves-                  and administration of mtercolleglate ath-
     In 1986,a series of events resulted      1988 hearing in this case, the uni-        and lodging for student-athletes           tigation and its corrective actions                 letics. Specllically, he failed to-report a
 in the men’ athletics program at the         versity took several self-corrective       and prospects, the provision of            (including taking disciplinary action                                s
                                                                                                                                                                                        student-athlete’ delayed payment for an
                                                                                                                                                                                        airline ticket the coach had arranged, and
 University of Minnesota, Twin Cit-           measures, including the establish-         meals for student-athletes and pros-       against the involved coaches and                    he hindered the investigation of the matter
 ies, being the subject of an investi-        ment of a rules-monitoring and             pects, the provision of items of           the creation of a comprehensive                     by making misleading statements when
 gation, which was conducted jointly          compliance program at the univer-          clothing to several student-athletes       compliance program) constituted                     he initially was questioned. [NCAA Con-
 by the NCAA, the Big Ten Conferencc          sity and disciplinary actions that         and prospective student-athletes,          reasons for mitigation of the penal-                stitution 3-6-(a) and 3-h-(a)-( I)-(iv), and
 and the university. In January 1986,         were taken against several coaches         the provision of “hard tickets” for        ties in this case. The university’  s               the Preamble of the Olficlal Procedure
 three members of the men’ basket-
                                s             who were involved in violations of         men’ basketball games to student-
                                                                                               s                                    actions demonstrated its current                    Governing the NCAA Fnforcement Pro-
 ball team were accused of criminal           NCAA rules.                                athletes, and the provision of com-        commitment to operate an intercol-                  gram1
                                                                                                                                                                                           3. With knowledge that certain practices
 activity in Madison, Wisconsin. The             On February 7, 1988, the Com-           plimentary admissions to profes-           legiate athletics program with integ-                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                        of the university’ men*s intercollegiate
 university’ president then took ac-
             s                                mittee on Infractions conducted a          sional sports events on several            rity. As set forth in Part III of this              basketball program were not in corn-
 tions regarding the school’ inter-
                                  s           hearing concerning the university’    s    occasions to student-athletes and          report, the committee believes that                 pliancc with NCAA Icgislation, the former
 collegiate athletics program in              report of the violations discovered        prospects. The committee also made         significant penalties should be im-                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                        men’ head basketball coach and a former
 general and the men’ basketball
                           s                  during the joint investigation. Based      findings regarding out-of-season           posed upon the university’ men’
                                                                                                                                                                  s      s              men’ asslstant basketball coach each
                                                                                         practices by the basketball team                                                               attested in 1983, 1984 and 19XS on state-
 program in particular. Among these           upon the written and oral evidence                                                    basketball program, but has reduced                 ments filed with the chlel executive oflicer
 actions was the creation of an inter-        presented to it, the committee made        and the donation of proceeds from          some penalties on the basis of these                of the university that they had reported
  nal task force to examine policies          the findings of violations that are set    intrasquad exhibition basketball           mitigating factors.                                 their knowledge ol or involvement in any
  and problems in the intercollegiate         forth in Part II of this report.           games to high schools.                                         s
                                                                                                                                        The committee’ findings are set                 violations of NCAA legislation Involving
  athletics program.                                                     s
                                                 Violations in the men’ basketball           The joint investigation also deter-    forth in Part II of this report, and                the institution when, m tact, they had not
     In early 1986, there were news-          program included: (a) the provision        mined that rules violations occurred       the committee’ penalties are con-
                                                                                                                                                     s                                  done so; further, relymg on information
                                                                                         in the university’ football program
                                                                                                            s                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                        provided by the lormer men’ head bas-
  paper articles that reported alleged        of excessive compensation to part-                                                    tained in Part III.                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                        ketball coach and a former men’ assistant
  violations of NCAA rules in the             time and volunteer basketball              related to the prepayment of airline       II. Violations of NCAA requirements or              basketball coach, and without intent to
  men’ basketball program. During
        s                                     coaches; (b) the provision of a sub-       tickets for two student-athletes who       questionable practices in light of NCAA                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                        do so, the university’ chief executive
  this same time, the university’ men’
                                  s     s     stantial amount of money to an             repaid the costs of the airline tickets.   requirements, as determined by commit-              officers erroneously certified the un,versI-
                                                                                             The committee determined that          tee.                                                ty’ compliance    with NCAA legislationin
  director of athletics self-reported         attorney from representatives of the                                                     A. Significant violations found in the
  one significant violation in men’     s     university’ athletics interests for
                                                         s                               certain violations that occurred in                                                             19X3, 1984 and 1985.
                                                                                                                                    consideration of this infractions case.
  basketball to the NCAA. By May              the representation of a student-                      s
                                                                                         the men’ basketball program were                                                                  4. In November 1985, a representative
                                                                                                                                        I The involvement of the former men’    s
                                                                                         serious in nature, and many oc-                                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                        of the university’ athletics interests raised
   1986, the NCAA began an investi-           athlete in a criminal case; (c) pay-                                                  head basketball coach and a former men’     s
                                                                                                                                                                                        approximately %I,500 to help defray the
  gation of the men’ basketball pro-          ment of costs for a student-athlete’   s                              s
                                                                                         curred because the men’ basketball         assIstant basketball coach in the violations
                                                                                                                                                                                        legal costs of the attorney representing a
  gram and, thereafter, the NCAA,             airline ticket by a men’ basketball
                                                                        s                coaching staff did not seek guidance       set forth in this report demonstrates a
                                                                                                                                                                                        student&athlete in the defense 01 criminal
                                                                                          concerning rules interpretations. Ad-     knowing and willful effort on their part to
  the Big Ten Conference and the              coach; (d) the provision of hotel                                                                                                         charges. This individual raised these funds
                                                                                                                                                         s    s
                                                                                                                                    operatethe university’ men’ intercolle-
  university agreed to conduct a joint        accommodations to a student-ath-            ditionally, the committee found that      giate basketball program contrary to the
                                                                                                                                                                                        alter being advised by the basketball
  investigation. This joint investiga-        lete’ mother at no cost to her, and
                                                    s                                     the scope of the violations demon-                                                            coaching staff that such fund raising
                                                                                                                                    requirements and provisions of NCAA
                                                                                          strated an absence of effective uni-                                                          would not violate NCAA legislation.
  tion represented a good-faith effort        (e) the provision of a variety of extra                                               legislation. [NCAA Constitution 3-6-(a)-
                                                                                                                                                                                        [NCAA Constitution &I-(g)-(S) and 3-2-
  by all parties to gather full informa-      benefits and recruiting inducements         versity control over the men’         s   (I)-(iii)]
                                                                                                                                       2 An assistant football coach acted              (d)]
  tion, and the NCAA Committee on             to student-athletes and prospective         intercollegiate athletics program.                                                               5. During the period 1983 to 1986, the
   Infractions believes that the pro-                                                                                 s
                                                                                          Normally, the committee’ findings         contrary to the principles of ethical con-
                                              student-athletes, including prepay-                                                   duct inasmuch as he did not, on all                              s
                                                                                                                                                                                        former men’ head basketball coach know-
  cessing of this case was accelerated        ment of airline tickets for student-        would have warranted very severe          occasions, deport himself m accordance              lngly provided student-athletes with hard
  substantially by these cooperative          athletes (subsequently repaid by            penalties; however, the thoroughness      with the generally recognized high stand-           tickets to basketball games on a game-by-
  efforts.                                    each student-athlete), the provision                          s
                                                                                          of the university’ self-investigation,    ards normally associated with the conduct                          See Minnesolu. page I5
                                                                                                                                                                                                 THE NCAA NEWS/March             9,lSM      15

Continued from page 14                           intercollegiate basketball team at no cost                   s
                                                                                                former men’ head haskethall coach. Also,          and shall not be eligible to participate in     was involved tn the Issuance of a prepatd
game basis. In addition, an u-&rim men’      s   to them a5 a Christmas gift. In 19X2-83        in January 1986, she was provided with            any postseason compcIition followmg             airline ticket to a student-athlete (who
head basketball coach provided hard              and 1983-84 the support group purchased        transportation to the home of the former          those seasons.                                  repaid the untvrrslty for the ticket) and
ttckets to studenttathletes for two games,       team jackets for each member of the            head coach where she was provided a                 [NOTE: The committee hereby sus-              who was not forthcoming in providing
unttl he was Informed that the practice               s
                                                 men’ intercollegiate basketball team at        meal at no cost to her. [NCAA Constitu-          pcnds the postseason sanction in the             information ahout this incident when
violated NCAA legrslation. [NCAA Con             no cost to them. [NCAA Constitution 3-         tion 3-l-(g))(5)]                                 I9BXB9 academic year on the basis of the                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  questioned. The university’ penalty in-
stttution 3-I-(h)-(6) and 3-l-(g)-(3)]           14gH5)l                                            IO. In December 1983, at the dtrection        mitigating factors tn this case that are        cluded. ( I) a one-year probationary period
   6. In the wmter of 1984, a student-               18. During the period 1982 to 1985, the                       s
                                                                                                of the former men’ head basketball coach,        cited in paragraph III-A above.]                 and (2) “freezmg” his salary for the 198X-
athlete was provrded, at no cost to him, a             s
                                                 men’ basketball program conducted out-         a tormer assistant coach sent a prospective         C. From July 1, 1988, to June 30, 1989,       89 academic year at its current rate.
winter coat by a former men’ assistant           of-season practice sessions, which were        student-athlete one pair 01 basketball                           s      s
                                                                                                                                                 the umversrty’ men’ basketball program              [NOTE: Should the university appeal
basketball coach. The former men’ head s         prohibited by NCAA legislation. At var-        shoes at no cost to the prospect.                shall permit no more than two full-time          either the lmdmgs of violattons or pro-
basketball coach provided at least a por-        ious times, these practices were conducted        [NCAA Bylaw l-lib)-(l)]                        basketball coaches (rather than the normal      posed penalties in this case to the NCAA
tion of the funds for the coat. In the fall of   at the conclusion of preseason condition-          I I. During the summer of 1985, a            three) to engage in off-campus recruiting        Counctl subcommittee of Dtvtston I
 1985, this student-athlete received an          ing drills or after the conclusion of the                     s
                                                                                                former men’ assistant basketball coach           activities (including the evaluation of          members. the Committee on Infractions
overcoat from a representative of the            regular season. [NCAA Bylaws 3-1-(a)-          sent a maroon sweat shirt and matching           prospectrve student-athletes).                   will submit an expanded infractions report
university’ athletics interests at no cost to    (I) and 3ddb)]                                                                     s
                                                                                                sweat pants bearing the university’ logo            [NOTE: The two coaches who will               to the members of the Council who will
the young man [NCAA Constitution 3-l-                19. Over a substantial period of time,     to a prospective student-athlete. [NCAA          engage in off-campus recruitmg activities        consider the appeal. This expanded report
(g)-(91                                          there were repeated failures to exercise       Bylaw l-l-(b)-(l)]                               shall be identified by the universrty prtor      will include additional information in
   7. The former men’ head basketball            adequate institutional control over the           12. During the late spring or early           to July 1, 1988.1                                accordance with Section 6 of the Official
coach reimbursed the organization that                                              s
                                                 administration of the university’ men’     s   summer of 1983, a former men’ assistant
                                                                                                                                 s                                     s      s
                                                                                                                                                     D. The uruversity’ men’ intercollegiate      Procedure Governmg the NCAA En-
had paid for an airline ticket for a student-    intercollegiate athletics program. In addi-    basketball coach sent souvenir pictures of       athletics program shall be subject to mon-       forcement Program. A copy of the com-
athlete to return home after the death of        tion to the findings set forth previously in   an official paid visit to a prospective          itoring by the NCAA enforcement staff                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  mittee’ report will be provided to the
the young man’ son. Although the initial         this report, this failure of institutional     student-athlete. [NCAA Bylaw I-l-(b)-            until July I, 1990. In this regard, the          university prior to its appearance hefore
arrangement for travel may have been             control was demonstrated by: administra-       (3)l                                             university shall conduct annual audits of        the Counctl subcommittee and, as re-
proper, the coach knew or should have            tive procedures that allowed student-             13. In April 19X5, during the official        its basketball program at the conclusion         quired by NCAA procedures, wtll be
known that he was not permitted to               athletes to receive prepaid airline tickets;   visit of a prospective basketball student-       of the 19X7-XX, IYXXB9 and 19X9-90 aca-          released to the public.
reimburse the organization for the cost of       the provision of mileage expense money         athlete, the student host purchased a hat        demic years, and the results of these               Also, the Commtttee on Infracttons
the airline ticket, which was %340.[NCAA         to the student hosts for prospective stu-                                      s
                                                                                                and shirt bearing the university’ logo for       audtts shall be submitted in writing to the      wishes to advise the university that when
Constitution 3-l-(g)-(S)]                        dent-athletes during official visits; the      the prospect. [NCAA Bylaw It-(b)4l)]             NCAA enforcement staff and Committee             the penaltics in this case become effective,
   8. In April 19x5 and January 1986, a          disbursement of “meal money” and other            14 On three occasions during the              on Infractions prior to June 30 each year.       the institution should take every precau-
hotel provided the mother of a student-          very small amounts of cash in a manner         summer of 1982, a former assistant coach                                 s
                                                                                                                                                    F. The universtty’ football program           tton to ensure that their terms are ob-
athlete with complimentary lodging at no         that may have constttuted rules violations;    provided a prospective student-athlete           shall he reprimanded for the rules viota-        served. Further, the commtttee intends to
cost to her Although the person who              the provision of meals to more than one        with local transportation to the assistant       tions in the sport of football that were         monitor the penalties during their effective
arranged this complimentary lodging has          student-athlete who dined with a pro-                 s
                                                                                                coach’ home for meals. [NCAA bylaw I-            found in this case. Further, the untversity      pertods, and any actton contrary to the
not been identified, the university has          spective student-athlete during the pros-      %i)l                                             1sadmonished to implement a comphance            terms of any of the penalties shalt be
admitted, and the committee has found,                 s
                                                 pect’ official visit in a manner that              IS. On two occasions during the              program that will preclude the tssuance of       considered grounds for extending the
that the complimentary lodging could             violated NCAA legislatton; inadequate          summer of 1983, a former men’ assistant
                                                                                                                                  s              prepaid airline tickets to a student-athlete                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                  university’ probationary period, as welt
only have been provided at the request of        administrative procedures to ensure that       baskethall cuach provided local automo           in any sport.                                    as for considering imposing more severe
a member of the men’ basketball coach-           financial aid given to student-athletes in a   hilt transportation in Minneapolis for              F The findings of violattons m Part II        sancttons tn this case.]
ing staff or through the intervention of a       school year following the completion of        two prospective student-athletes to visit        of this report regarding the prmciples of
representative of the universrty’ athletics      their competitive eligibility was in con       the home of the former head basketball           crhical conduct normally would result in           Notification       as required   by   NCAA
Interests. [NCAA Constttution 3-l-(g)-           formance with NCAA legislation [NCAA           coach where the prospects were provided          penalties directed against current or            enforcement      procedures
(S)]                                             Constttution 3-21                              a meal at no cost to them [NCAA Bylaw            former members 01 the basketball and             NUI t. The following is notification ol
   9. In IY86X7, payments in excess of              B. Additional vtolations found tn the        I-9-0 )]                                        football coaching staffs. However, the           applicahlc NCAA legislation as requtred
commonly accepted educational expenses           consideration of this infractions case.            16. In August 1985, a prospecttve stu-       Committee on Infractions found that no           by Section 7-(h) of the Official Procedure
(and in excess of actual and necessary               I In March 19X5, a prospective student-    dent-athlete was provided a meal and one         further acttons or penalties regarding the       Governmg the NCAA Enforcement Pro-
expenses tn the performance of coaching          athlete was provided transportation from              s
                                                                                                night’ lodging at the home of a former                         s
                                                                                                                                                 former men’ head basketball coach or a           gram and is not a penalty proposed by the
duties) were paid to three part-time assist-     his home in California to the university’ s          s
                                                                                                men’ assistant basketball coach. [NCAA           former men’ assistant basketball coach
                                                                                                                                                               s                                  NCAA Committee on Infractions upon
ant coaches who acted consecutively, but         campus on a credit basis. The travel was       Bylaws It-(b)4l)     and 1-9-(j)]                were requtred due to the university’       s     the university.]
not concurrently, as “counselor/advo-            arranged by an assistant football coach.           17 In May 19X5, a prospective student-       disciplinary actions and the separation of          Please note that in accordance with the
cates” in assisting members of the men’    s     The student-athlete made partial repay-        athlete and a friend spent at least one                                               s
                                                                                                                                                 these persons from the university’ bas-          provisions of Section 5-(d) of the NCAA
intercollegiate basketball team to assimi-       ment upon hts arrival on campus and paid       night at the home of a former assistant          ketball program These individuals coop-          enforcement procedures, the institution
late into campus life. These payments            the balance of the au fare wtthm SIX           basketball coach. Further, this assistant        erated tn the investigation of this case and’    shall inform the involved individuals of
were made for work not sufficiently sepa-        weeks. [NCAA Bylaw lfI-(b)il)]                 coach provided local transportation and          appeared before the committee. They              their opportunities to appeal through the
rate from a coach’ normal duttes, and no
                    s                               2. In November 19X5, a student-athlete      one meal to the young man at no cost to          provided what appeared to be candid              tnstttution the ethical conduct findings of
significant duties other than those related      in the sport of foothall was provided with     him. [NCAA Bylaws IJ~(b)~l) and J-9-             information concerning thetr mvolvement          vtolattons involving them, as well as of
to the basketball team were performed.           a round-trip airline ticket on acredit basis   @I                                               cn the violations, which enhanced the            their opportunities (along with personal
[NCAA Rylaw 7-l-(b)]                             to travel between Minneapohs, Mtnne-               18. On three occasions in 1983 and                      s
                                                                                                                                                 committee‘ understanding of the viola-           legal counsel) to appear before the NCAA
   IO. In November 1986, a volunteer             sota, and his home. The student-athletek        1984, several student&athletes and pros         tions. In addttton, the commtttee adopts         Council subcommittee of Division 1
asststant basketball coach received 164,000      mother repaid the cost of the travel in        pects were provided complimentary tickets                        s
                                                                                                                                                 the university’ dtscrphnary action taken         members at the time it considers such an
from a basketball support group of the           March 1986. [NCAA Constitution 3-l-            to professtonal basketball or football           against an assistant football coach who          appeal
university to act as the”alumni coordina-        wf~)l                                          games through the arrangements of as-
tor.” In consideration of these payments,
the volunteer coach helped coordinate the
year-end basketball awards banquet and
                                                    3. In February 1985, a student-athlete
                                                 in the sport of football was provided
                                                 round-trip transportatton      on a credit
                                                                                                sistant basketball coaches. [NCAA Con-
                                                                                                stitution 3-l-(g)-(5) and Bylaw IJ-(b)-
                                                                                                                                                 Ex-goaltender gives program
prepare the team highlight film. These
duttes were not sufficiently separate from
a coach’ normal team duties to justify the
                                                 basis between Minneapolis, Minnesota,
                                                 and his home. The travel was arranged by
                                                 an assistant football coach, and the stu-
                                                                                                    19. On numerous occastons in the years
                                                                                                IYX2 through 1986. various members of
                                                                                                the men’ uttercollegiate basketball coach-
                                                                                                                                                 an endowment of $5 million
                                                                                                mg stalt provided local automobile trans-
                                                                                                                                                    A former University of North                  business entrepreneur.
payment and, furthermore, this excessive         dent-athlete repaid this coach for the cost
                                                                                                portation to student-athletes. On one of         Dakota ice hockey goaltender,
payment was made substantially in a&             of the travel in August 19X5. [NCAA                                                                                                                 A native of nearby Thief River
Vance of the performance of these duties.        Constitution 3-t-(g)-(S)]                      those occasions, the parents of a student-       Ralph Engelstad of Las Vegas, Ne-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Falls, Minnesota, Engelstad worked
[NCAA Bylaws 7-l-(b) and 7-l-(f)]                   4. In March 1985, a prospecttve student-    athlete wcrc also provided such transpor-        vada, has given the hockey program
                                                                                                                                                                                                  as acarpenter and played goal while
    I I. In the summer of 19X5, two pro          athlete was provided two meals and one         tation [NCAA Constitution 3-l-(g)-(5)]           an endowment valued at more than
spective studcnttathletes resided in a dor-      night of lodging at no cost to him at the          20. In January 1986, during the official     $5 million dollars, according     to
                                                                                                                                                                                                  attending college. After graduation,
mitory on the university’ campus for 10
                           s                     home of a then ~~ assistant foot ball coach.   visit of a prospectrve studenttathlete in                                                         he formed his own construction
                                                                                                                                                 athletics director and head ice hoc-
and 20 days, respecttvely, at no cost to         [NCAA Bylaw 1-9-(j)]                           football, a student host purchased a hat
                                                                                                                                                 key coach John Gasparini.                        company. In 1960, Engelstad moved
them; further, durtng a portion of that             5. During the fall recruiting seasons       and l-shirt for the prospect at no cost to                                                        to Nevada. In 1971, he acquired a
period, the prospects also were provided         from 1980 through 1985, on approxi-            the prospect. [NCAA Bylaw I-t-(b)-(I)]              To express its appreciation for
                                                                                                                                                                                                  parcel of land and a small motel on
meals at the dormitory at no cost to them.       mately five occasions each year. a former          21. From 1982 through 1985, the men’     s   the large endowment, the North                   the Las Vegas strip. That location
[NC‘  AA bylaw l-l-(b)-(l)]                      men’ assistant basketball coach arranged
                                                        s                                       mtercollegiate basketball coaching staff         Dakota ice hockey rink officially                now is the site of the Imperial Palace
    12. In the summer of 1985, a represent-      for student managers to use automobiles        provided transportation Irom the Minnc-          was renamed the Ralph Engelstad
atrve of the university’ athletics interests     borrowed from two local car dealers to                                          s
                                                                                                apolis airport to the university’ campus                                                          hotel and casino. Hc also has real
                                                                                                                                                 Arena by action of the North Da-                 estate holdings from Florida to Ha-
advanced two weeks of compensation to            transport prospective student-athletes and     for many prospective student-athletes
                                                                                                                                                 kota Board of Higher Education at
three student-athletes for their services a5     their student hosts around campus during       when they arrived on campus for enroll-                                                           waii and numerous business enter-
counselors tn a youth program.                   official visits [NCAA Bylaw I-9-(~)-(4)]       ment. [NCAA Bylaw 1-9-(g)]                       a January meeting.
   [NCAA Constitution 3-J(g)-(5)]                   6 During several years prior to 1986,       Ill. Committee on Infractions penalties.            Engelstad and his wife, Betty,
    13. On one occasion, a representative        members of the men’ basketball team
                                                                          s                                           s
                                                                                                    A. The umverstty’ men’ haskethall
                                                                                                                               s                 were present February 19 when                       Engelstad has long maintained
of the university’ athlettcs Interests pro-
                  s                              received items of Nike wearing apparel         program shall be publicly reprtmanded            llnivcrsity of North Dakota Presi-               contact with his alma mater. He
vided a loan to a student-athlete in the         and sporting goods at no cost to them.         and placed on probation for a pertod of          dent Thomas J. Clifford and Gas-                 said at the ceremony renaming the
amount of 5100, which was not repaid.                               s
                                                 The former men’ head basketball coach          three years from the date these penalties                                                         arena that he hoped the youth and
[NCAA Constitution 3-I-(g)-(S)]                  had received these items through his           are imposed, which shall be the date the         parini officially unveiled a plaque
    14. On several occasions, a representa-      affiliation with Nike. [NCAA Constitution       IS-day appeal period expires or the date        and outside facade announcing the                students of today will benefit from
tive of the university’ athletrcs interests      3-I-G9-(~)1                                    the university notdies the executtve dtrec       renaming of the arena.                           use of the building and from the
provtded meals to former student-athletes           7. On fouroccasionsfrom 1983 to 19X5,       tor that it will not appeal to the NCAA              Engelstad, a 1954 Ilniversity of             endowment. “I am deeply honored
at no cost to them Also, this representa-                   s
                                                 the men’ basketball team donated a             Council subcommittee of Division I               North Dakota graduate in business                to have this arena named after me,”
tive provided numerous sweaters to stu           portion of the revenue generated by pre-       members, whtchever ts earher, or the date        administration, today is a successful            he said.
dent-athletes, either at no cost or at a         season basketball mtrasquad team scrim-        established by Counctl subcommittee ac
discount. [NCAA Constitution 3-I-(g)-            mages to high schools where the                tion as the result of an appeal by the
(31                                              scrimmages were conducted. [NCAA By-           institutton,   it being understood that
   15. During the 19X5-X6 academic year,
a student-athlete sold, or exchanged for
                                                 law lJlO-(a)]
                                                    8. In June 1985, a prospective student-
                                                                                                should any portion of any of the penalties
                                                                                                in this case be set aside for any reason
value. complimentary admissions to sev-          athlete was provided transportation from       other than by appropriate action of the
eral men’ baskethall games to a repre-                                       s
                                                 his home to the university’ campus at no        Association, the penalties shall he recon-      Readers are invited to submit questions to thrs column. Please direct any
sentative of the universtty’ athletics           cost to him. The provision of a prepaid        sidered by the Committee on Infractions.
                                                                                                                                                 rnyuirirs to l7ze NC4 A News ut the NCAA natitmul of$cr.
interests. [NCAA Constitution 3-l-(g)-           auhne ttcket to thts prospect may have             [NOTE The committee hereby sus-
(3)l                                             been inadvertent and the result of an          pends the third year of probation. AI-
    16. During the 1985-86 academic year,
a former student-athlete borrowed ap-
proximately $50 from the men’ head s
basketball coach. Subsequently, the stu-
                                                 administrative error. When the student-
                                                 athlete and the coaching staff learned that
                                                 a violation had occurred, the young man
                                                 paid the cost of the travel. [NCAA Bylaw
                                                                                                though the infractions found in this case
                                                                                                 normally would have warranted a three-
                                                                                                year probationary pertod, the probation-
                                                                                                ary period has been reduced on the basis
                                                                                                                                                 Q    May an institution appeal a positive result of a drug test taken in
                                                                                                                                                      conjunction with or in preparation for a postseason football contest
                                                                                                                                                 or NCAA championship event?
dent-athlete repaid approximately $20 of         l-l4b)-(l)l                                                      s
                                                                                                 of the university’ corrective actions, the
the loan.
   [NCAA Constitution 3-14g)-(SHii)]
    17. In December 1985, at the request of
                                                    9. In April 1985 and January 1986,
                                                 while in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the
                                                 mother of a student-athlete was provided
                                                                                                thoroughness of its investigation and its
                                                                                                cooperation in the NCAA investigation.]
                                                                                                                                                 A     Yes. According to section of the drug-testing protocol, a
                                                                                                                                                       positive finding may be appealed to the committee responsible for
                                                                                                                                                 drug testing (or a subcommittee thereof). The affected student-athlete will
                                                                                                                      s        s
                                                                                                    B. The university’ men’ basketball
the former men’ head basketball coach, a
                 s                               with local transportation from the airport     team shall conclude its 1987-88 and 19BB-        be given the opportunity to participate in the telephone conference when
basketball support group provided two            to a hotel and between her hotel and a          89 seasons with the playing of its last         the appeal is heard. The appeal must be made on the date that test results
sweaters to each member of the men’       s      county courthouse at the direction of the       regularly scheduled, in-season contest          of Specimen B are known.
16        THE NCAA   NIEV((SMa&h 9, is~a

Walz, Acker repeat on academic all-America basketball team
   Jennifer Walz of Bucknell and                                                                                                                                tion; Tara Tessier, South Dakota
Amy Acker of Pace are repeat first-                                                                                                                             State, 3.910 in English/German.
team selections on the university                                                                                                                               Guards ~~~  Amy Acker, Pace, 3.900
and college division GTE academic                                                                                                                               in human resources/management;
all-America women’ basketball
                      s                                                                                                                                         Sarah Howard, St. Cloud State,
teams.                                                                                                                                                          3.770 in mathematics.
   The teams are selected by a vote                                                                                                                                Second team: Forwards       Kim-
                                                                     Jennlter                              LIH
of the College Sports Information                                    W&Z                                   Waltets                                              berly Lacken, Trenton State, 3.730
Directors of America (CoSIDA).                                                                                                                                  in criminal justice; Lori Michelle
To be eligible, a student-athlete                                                                                                                               Parker, David Lipscomb, 4.000 in
must be a varsity starter or key                                                                                                                                mathematics; Ann Wenger, Eastern
reserve and carry at least a 3.200                                                                                                                              Mennonite, 3.970 in mathematics
grade-point average on a scale of                                                                                                                               education. Guards-Jennifer Lynn
4.000.                                                                                                                                                          Brown, Mount St. Mary-s (Mary
   Michelle Flamoe of Oregon State                                                                                                                              land), 3.750 in political science;
and Lisa Walters of Mankato State          Beck, Middle TennesseeState, 3.920    leen Ridilla, Duquesne, 3.840 in       accounting; Shannon Smith, Long         Kristi Kremer, North Dakota State,
were chosen GTE academic all-              in premedicine; Stephanie Bolli,      computer science; Amy Torczon,         Beach State, 4.000 in mechanical        3.930 in nursing.
Americas of the year in the univer-        Nebraska, 3.960 in nutrition/ man-    Cal Stare Fullerton, 3.900 in physi-   engineering. Guard ~~~    Ellen Bren-      Third   team: Forwards- Laura
sity and college divisions, respec-        agement; Traci Lynne Cheek, Geor-     cal education/sports     medicine.     nan, Monmouth (New Jersey), 3.970       Anderson, Nebraska-Omaha, 3.410
tively. This award is given to the         gia State, 3.910 in business          Guards Katie Meier, Duke, 3.560        in finance/ marketing; Debbie Ro-       in business; Cathy Christensen, Wel-
student-athlete who best represents        education. Guards- Michelle Fla-      in English: Sharon Versyp, Purdue,     berts-Shultz, Evansville, 3.360 in      lesley, 3.910 in mathematics/com-
the qualities of an academic all-          moe, Oregon State, 4.OCKl science
                                                                     in          5.430 on a 6.000 scale in speech       athletics administration.               puter science; Anita Rank, Missouri
America.                                   education; Jennifer Walz, Bucknell,   communication.                                     College   Division          Southern State, 3.640 in marketing/
   Following is the complete GTE           3.800 in computer engineering.           Third Team: Forwards      Christa     First     team:Forwards    Mary       management. Guards-Malaine
academic All-America women’ bas-
                              s               Second team: Forwards- Kim         Lacroix, Purdue, 5.240 on a 6.000      Kate Long, Tennessee-Martin, 4.000      Tejkl, Nebraska Wesleyan, 3.950 in
ketball team:                                                 s
                                           Foley, St. Joseph’ (Pennsylvania),    scale in speech pathology; Cynthia     in English; Lisa Walters, Mankato       economics/ accounting; Michele Voi-
          Unlverslty Division              3.860 in information systems; Kath-   Meckenstock, Santa Clara, 3.740 in     State, 3.980 in elementary educa-       sin, Eckcrd, 3.590 in biology.
  First    team: Forwards ~     Lianne

Payment for
lost revenue
to be sowht
   Alabama state attorneys prose-
cuting two sports agents for their
dealings with former University of                               -         -                                                  --~                        ~~--         -   -   -
Alabama, Tuscaloosa, basketball

                                                                                               for you!
star Derrick McKey plan to seek at
least $250,000 in restitution for the
university if the men are convicted.
   McKey, the cornerstone of the
Crimson Tide’ 1987 Southeastern
Conference championship team,
was declared ineligible after the
season ended for accepting money                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                           It’ teams with clout that stand
from New York agent Norby Wal-
ters and partner Lloyd Bloom.                                                                                              apart . . . just like those you see at
    In part because of McKey’ inel-                                                                                        these NCAA Championships.           How
igibility,   the school forfeited                                                                                          did they get here? Through the
$250,000 in NCAA tournament re-                                                                                            champs of the travel business -
venues. Senior Terry Coner also                                                                                            Fugazy International        Travel -
was declared ineligible in the post-
season.                                                                                                                    official travel agent for NCAA
   Walters and Bloom are scheduled                                                                                         Championships!
for arraignment March I6 on mis-                                                                                           With 115 years in the business,
demeanor counts of game tamper
iw,      commercial    bribery and                                                                                             ve
                                                                                                                           we’ achieved the influence -
violating state trade laws                                                                                                 the clout - to negotiate special
   Bill Wasden, an assistant attorney                                                                                      unpublished travel and
general prosecuting the case, said                                                                                         accommodations        prices to save
the $250,000 “certainly would be
part of the restitution order WC
                                                                                                                           you money.
request” were Walters and Bloom                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                           And, there’ no charge for this
convicted, the Associated Press re-                                                                                        unique attention! Anyone,
   “Loss of the proceeds from the
                                                                                                                           anywhere can request a free quote
tournament is a valid subject of                                                                                           on sports, group or corporate
restitution, subject to the order of                                                                                       travel.
repayment under the crime victim’   s
restitution statute. We’ certainly
                          d                                                                                                Call Toll Free l-800-243-1723
present that argument,” he said                                                                                                            re
                                                                                                                           Whether you’ traveling solo, a
   Jurors in Lee County convicted                                                                                          coach or a director with a team to
former Atlanta sports agent Jim
Abernethy of game tampering, while                                                                                         move, a college or university
acquitting him on the related                                                                                              administrator with a budget to
charges of commercial bribery and                                                                                          consider, or a corporate executive
unlawful trade practice for his deal-                                                                                      with a complex itinerary .         call
ings with former Auburn University
football player Kevin Porter.                                                                                              FUGAZY, the international travel

   Wasden said prosecutors were                                                                                            experts with the clout that counts!
encouraged by the trial of Aber-
nethy, who was sentenced to one
year in prison and fined %2,000.                                                                                                       I-800-243-1723
    “Based on our conversations with
jurors after the trial, we feel we                         INTERNATIONAL
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solidified our bases for pursuit of
the charges against Walters,” he
said. “The evidence was well-re-
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ceived and the jurors completely
understood the issues involved.We                         -772-0470-
feel confident we’ get similar results
in Tuscaloosa County.”
   Porter was not allowed to play
for Auburn in the Sugar Bowl on                                                               . . .
                                                                                                      and we mean,, business!
New Year’ Day, and the school
suffered no apparent financial loss.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        THE NCAA NEWS/M.mzh     e, 1988   17

U.S. students fare poorly on international science tests
   The scores of American students                                             education.                              dents scored the best marks on the         Among high school seniors con-         students from America ranked ninth
from elementary through high                                                      Various tests were given to some     test, with U.S. ninth-graders placing   sidered “advanced placement” stu-         among test-takers from 13 countries.
school on international science tests                                          204,308 students in 7,58 1 schools as   15th among 17 nations. Hong Kong        dents who were studying a second             In an attempt to combat the
reflect poorly on science education                                            part of the Second International        and the Philippines trailed.            year of biology, I1.S. students placed    trend, Shakhashiri said the founda-
in the United States, a National                                               Science Study. The foundation re-          Among the various tests adminis-     last with an average mean score of        tion is supporting the development
Science Foundation expert has                                                  leased the preliminary results from     tered, students from Hong Kong,         37.9 percent.                             of new science curriculum materials
stated.                                                                        17 nations that took part in the        England and Singapore received             Advanced chemistry students in         in all grades from kindergarten
   A recent 24-nation study showed                                             study.                                  the highest marks, and those from       the United States came in I lth in a      through high school. “The training
U.S. students placed in the middle                                                The study concluded that “for a      Canada, Italy, Finland and the          field of 13 nations’ high school          of elementary school tcachcrs is a
at best and more often landed at the                                           technologically advanced country,       United States were among the worst.     students, and second-year physics         high priority,” he added.
bottom among test-takers around                                                it would appear that (in the United
the world, United Press Interna-
tional reported.
                                                                               States) a reexamination of how
                                                                               science is presented and studied is
                                                                                                                       Abbott wins Sullivan Award
   “The data paint a dismal picture                                            required .”                                Jim Abbott, University of Mich-      who suffered a birth defect that
of science education in the United                                                The preliminary report of the        igan varsity baseball pitcher, has      prevented his right arm from grow-
States today,“said Bassam Shakha-                                              study showed that IO-year-olds from     received the 1987 Sullivan Award as     ing to its normal length and his
shiri, the foundation’ assistant di-                                           Japan, Korea and Finland bunched        the outstanding amateur athlete in      right hand from developing.                                          Jim
rector for science and engineering                                             at the top, with U.S. fifth graders     the United States. It was the first        He helped the U.S. win a silver                                   Abbott
                                                                               ranking eighth among students from      time the award has been presented       medal in the 1987 Pan American
                                                                               15 nations. Singapore, Hong Kong        to a baseball player.                   Games.
Chpionships                                                                    and the Philippines were at the            Abbott, who also won the 1987           Abbott was offered a contract by
                                                                               bottom.                                 Golden Spikes Award, sponsored          the Toronto Blue Jays when he
summasies                                                                         At the intermediate level, Hun-      by the American Baseball Coaches        graduated from high school, but he
                                                                               garian, Japanese and Dutch stu-         Association, is a left-handed pitcher   chose to enroll at Michigan.
                      Division III
                    men’ basketball
     Northeast         regional:        Firrt       round-         South-
eastern Mass. 91, North                    Adams         St 75: Clark
(Mash.)        82, Southern          Me. 79 Third                Place-
 Southern        Me. 84. North Adams St. 60. Cham-
pionship            Clark      (Mass.) X6, Southeastern
Mass. 85.
     Middle        Atlantic       regional:           First     round-
 Scranton        59, Cabrml         51; Frank. & Marsh                   63.
Allegheny           61. Third         places          Allegheny          93.
Cabrini         66. Championship                       Scranton          61.
Frank. & Marsh.               47.
     East regional:         Firal round               Buffalo       St 73,
Potsdam         St. 70: Hartwick            80, Staten Island 73.
Third      place~Potsdam                 St. 93, Staten             Island
80 Championship                    Hartwck            54, Buffalo        St.
     South A0nntic           regional:        Filst roundPTrcn-
ton St X7, Bridgewater                      (Va.) 50: Emory                &
Henry        70, Suxkton             St 59 Third                  placeP
 Stuckton        St. 72, Bridgewater                (Va.) 70. Cham-
pionship-Trenton                 St. X2, Emory & Hcnry72.
     Midwest         regional:       First roundPII1.                  Web-
leyan 99. Monmouth                    (Ill.) 74, Mdhkm                  101,
Wlr ~Whitcwatcr             X4. Third place                Wls.-Wlutc-
water       103, Monmouth                 (Ill.) 93 Chnmpion-
ship       Ill. Wesleyan          91. Millikin           74.
     Great Laker           region&           First round-             Ohlo
Wesleyan          77, Ohio          Northern           70: Hope          80.
Muskmgum              75 Third place-Ohio                      Northern
69. Muskingum43.               Champfoe-Ohio                           WCS-
leyan I IO, Hope 107.
     West regional:         First round ~ Neb Wesleyan
72, St. John‘ (Minn.)                61; Dubuque              80, Clarc-
mont-M-S           75. Thirdpla~e~Sc.                 John’  s(Minn.)
93. Claremont-M-$                 75. ChrmpionshipPNcb.
Wc&yan           69. Duhuquc            64
     South       regional:        First       placePCcntrc               73,
 Rust 67; Washington               (Mo.)64,          Chris. Newport
62 Third place                Ru>t 74, Chw                Newport        63.
 Chsmpionship~-m             Washmgton             ( MO.) 74, Ccntrc
     Quarterfinal         pairings       (all March           12): Clark
(Mass.) (20-6) at Scranton                      (27-2); Trenton          St.
126-3) at Hartwick              (22-4), Ill. Wesleyan                (23-5)
 at Ohw         Wc&yan           (24-5).        Wa,hmgton            (Mo.)
(22-h) at Ncb Wesleyan                    (22-5)

                   Divlsion II I
               women’ basketball
    East regional:        First round-St                John F&her
88. Curtland        St. 69, Nazareth           IN.Y.)79.       Buffalo
St 76 Third plnceP~ Buffalu                      St. 82. Cortland
St. 68. ChampionshipPSt.                        John       Fisher    77,
Nazareth       (N.Y)      49
    Atlantic     regional:      First round-Ohio                North-
ern 66. Glassboro            St 53: Trenton             SI. 74, Kean
73 Third        placeP       Kcan 76. Glasshoro                 St. 68.
ChampionshipPOhio                     Northern          73. Trenton
    Mid-Atlantic         regional:        First round ~ Ehra-
bcthtown        71, I hicl 55; Frank.                & Marsh.        75.
 Lycommg          59 Third           place          I.ycommg         92,
l~hicl X5 ChampionshipP                      Frank.        & Marsh.
6X. Elilabcthtown             65
    Northeast       regional:       First round ~ Salem St
80, Western         Corm. St. 77 (ot), Southern                     Me.
6X. Emmanuel             61 Third           place-        Emmanuel
76, Western          Corm.       St. 43. Championship-
 Southern       Me. 60, Salem St. 56.
    South regional:           Fint      round ~ Rust 83, Va.
Wcrlcyan        49, N.C.-Greensboro                  81, Ccntrc 77.
Third      placcPCcntre              72. Va Wesleyan                 59.
ChampionshipPN.C.&rccnsboro                                  66, Rust
    Central regional:           First round-Washmgton
(MO.) 68, North            Park 61; Luther               53. William
Penn 50. Third place-                William       Penn 87, North
 Park 60. ChampionnhipPLuther                              58. Wash-
mgton (MO ) 54.
    Crca1 Lakes region&                First round-St.             Nor-
bett 79, Wis.-River               Falls 78; Wis.-LaCrossc
68, Calvtn        65. Third        place        Calvm        54, Wis.-
 River F&.47.          Champion.shipP               Wis.-Lacrosse
X3. St Norbert           RI
    West regional:             First     round~Concordia~
 M’head      85, Cal St. San B’          dino 61, St. Thomas
(Mum.)       68, Cal St. Stamslaus              62. Thud phce- .~
 Cal St. Stanwlaus             84, Cal St. San B’            dmo     59.
ChampionshipPConcordiaM’         head                          77, St.
Thomas        (Minn.)      58.
    Quarterfinal        pairings (March             11 or 12): Ohio
Northern         (23-3)     ar SC. John              Fisher     (294);
Frank.      & Marsh.        (25-3) at Southern                Me. (26-
 1); N.CGreensboro                 (24-6) at Luther             (21-6);
Wis.-LaCrossc            (22-6)       a1 Corwordia-Mhead
18           THE NCAA NEWS/March                        9,1999

Administrative                                                           Committee                                     minutes
  I. Acting for the Council, the                                 postgraduate rcholarships in sports adnun-            (1) Granted a waiver per Consrirution 3-9-           softball clinic.                                     (e) Umversity of Notre Dame, interna-
                                                                 istration, as well as the Committee on Worn-      (b)-(4)-(v) to permit student-arhlcrcs          from        (b) University ul Mlaml (Florida), devel-      tional volleyball tournament.
Administrative Committee:                                            s
                                                                 en‘ Athletics‘ request to include women in        various member ms&&n?,               to partlclpate      opmental track clinic                                (f) Sty I.eo College. high school practlcr
    a. Appomted          Sandra T. Shuler, North                 those activities. placing those matters on the    in the IYXX Utah State Games.                               (c) (Jniversity 01 Mlctugan, IWO develop-      activities, bascball~
Carolina Central Umverslty. as the Councd                        agenda lor rhc April meecmg 01 rhe Council            (2) Granted waivers per Constitution          3-Y-   mental track clinics.                                (g) West ‘   lexaa State Ilniverblry. Junior
representat~vr on the Communications                   Com-      and, as necessary, on the agenda for the May      (C)-(2)-(111) as follows.                                   (d) Grand Valley Stare Univcrblly. drvel-      Olympic volleyball acllVltlrs
mittee, replacing            Joan Boand, resigned                meetmg of the Executive Committee.                    (a) lo permit        student-athletes       lrom     opmental softball chmc                                (6) Granted waivers of rhr tryout rule per
from the committee.                                                  c. Aurhorlred the staff to orocred with the   member mstltutlons to participate in various                (e) Springfield      Collcgr. developmental     Bylaw I-6+)-(6)      as follows.
     b. Appomtcd           Joan tiirgus,       Princeton                                                           field hockey compcritionr as members of the              softball chruc                                       (a) State Uruversity of New York, Bingh-
 University, the Research Committee, replac-                                                                       U.S. national team.                                         (4) Granted waiver5 of the tryout rule per     amron, 1988 Empire State Game>, including
ing Marianne           Jennings,       no longer at a                                                                  (b) IO permit a student-arhlerc          from a      Bylaw 1-6-(c)-(2) as follows:                     use of facilities.
member institution.                                                                                                member institution        to participate in track           (a) University of Mmnesota, lwin Cilles.          (b) Uruversity of D&ware,            19X8 First
    c. Authorized         the executive director 10                                                                and held competition as a member of Swed-                open swimming and drvmg events.                   StateGames(Delaware)          and tryout acllvmes
approve exceptions to the mcldental-expense                                                                            s
                                                                                                                   en’ national team.                                          (b) University      01 Texas, Austin, open     for the U S. Maccabiah tram, including use
legrslatlon (per 19X8 Conventron Proposal                                                                              (c) To permit a student-athlete          from a      volleyball tournament                             of facilities
No. 65). m accordance with the principle of                                                                        member mstltutmn           10 participate    in rifle       (5) Granted waivers of the tryout rule per        (c) James Madison Umvrrsity, two U.S
Constirullon S-I-(g); nored such approval of                                                                       competltmn ar a member of the U.S. national              Bylaw 1-6-(c)-(S) as follows:
                                                                 necessary planning for the recommended                                                                                                                       Volleyball Association junmr tournamems,
a request by tieorgetown                 University       for                                                      learn.                                                      (a) Boston College, doubles tennis tour-
                                                                 activities, developing adequate information                                                                                                                  including use of facilities
permission to pay expenses for the captains                                                                            (d) To perrrnl a student-athlete         from a      nament.
                                                                 10 serve as rhe basis for decisions by the                                                                                                                      (d) University of Nebraska, Lmcoln, The
of one of its mrercollegiare arhlerics teams 10                                                                    member instituhon         lo participate in track           (b) Drake University, II S. Volleyball As-
                                                                 Council and Executive Committee in their                                                                                                                     Athletics     Congress N&anal         Pentathlon
attend rhe funeral of a teammate; agreed                                                                           competition     as a member of Holland’ na-   s          sociation tournament.
                                                                 spring meetings.                                                                                                                                             ChampIonships,       including use of faclhties.
thar the Council would review in April all                                                                         tional team                                                 (c) Ferris State Uruversity,      local club
                                                                    4. Report of actions taken by theexecutive                                                                                                                   (e) Various member institutions,           1988
approved and disapproved requests for such
                                                                 director per Constitution     S-l-(g) and 5-2-    (3) Granted waivers of the tryour rule per               volleyball activities.                            @ah State     Games,   including use of facdltles.
exceptions.                                                                                                        Bylaw 1-6-(c)-(l) as follows:                               (d) University of North Carolina, Chapel
                                                                 Cd).                                                                                                                                                            (f) Arizona State University, II S. Gym-
    2. Acting for rhe Executive Commiuee,                                                                              (a) University of Kansas, developmenral              Hill. AAU basketball tournament.
                                                                    a. Acting for the Council:                                                                                                                                           See Administrative,         page 19
the Administrative           Committee:
    a. Reviewed a revision of the previously
approved aftidavlt prepared by NCAA legal
counsel for use m conjunction with Ihe 1988
Division I Men’ Basketball Championship,
per Bylaw 5- I~o), noting that the revision
makes clear that the affidavit                is binding
throughout                    s
                   a team’ particlpaclon             m the
murnament; determined that each insrirurion
selected Lo participate in the tournament is
responsible for administering             the affidavits
10 its basketball players and keeping the
affidavits on file, and that each institution’            s
certification      of studemathleres’           eligibility
for the champumship              will include a confir-
mation that the affidavits have been admin-
Intered: revIewed a lerrer that will be sent to
directors of athletics of those mstltutions to
ser forth rhesc procedures.
     b. Approved a request by the Men’ and           s
Women’ Soccer Committees for permission
(0 have rhrec members of each committee
meer in Kansas City, Missouri, this spring to
discuss the feaslbdlty and desirability                     of
establishing common playmg rules for men
and women in that sport.
    c. Approved a request by the Division I
Women’ Volleyball Committee for permis-
sion to conduct its April meehng m Mmne-
apolis,      Minnesota,          site of the 1988
championship.          rather than in Kansas City.
     d Agreed that the Administrative                  Corn-
mittec may act for rhe division champron-
ships committees                and the Executive
Committee         in approving or disapproving
playing rules m rhe areas of player safety,
financial Impact and Image of the sport, per
 1988 Convenhon              Proposal No. 36, with
such achon IO be rakcn on a case-by-case
    (I) If the AdmInistrative               Committee
chooses nor 10 act on a given case, the
matter will be placed on the agendas for the
next meetings of the division championships
committees and the Executive Committee.
If such a decision necessitates, the rules
comrruttee will be directed to delay imple-
ment&on         of the rule for a year
    (2) Approved a rule adopted by the Foor-
ball Rules Committee to require goal posts
IO be padded with resilient material from the
ground 10 a height of at least six leer, noting
that facilities used by most member institu-
tions rcporlcdly         already mccl rlus rcquire-
    c. Drchned lo rcconsldrr Its carhrr deci-
sion to make platform diving a nonscoring
event at the I988 Division                I Men’ ands
Women‘ Swimming                  and Diving Cham-
pionstups. notmg that the approprlatc sub-
committee                            s
                  of the Men’ and Women’                    s
Swimming          Committee          had sustained its
earlier rccommendarion              m that regard.
    f. Approved a recommendation                    by the
 Dlvlslon                s
              II Men’ Basketball Comrructee
that the automatic-qualification                 privilege
granted earher to the Southern lntercollegi&
ate Athlerlc Conference for Ihe 1988 Division
 II Men’ Basketball Championship                    be res-
cinded, per Executive Regulation                     I-6-(f),
inasmuch as a member institution                    in that
conference has used an ineligible player
during rhe current season and thus has been
ruled ineligible for postseason competition
by rhe conference.
     3. Acting for the Council and the Execu-
tlve CommIttee, the Adminis%&e                        Com-
     Reviewed the recommendations                    of the
Council Subcomrmttee to Rrwew Mmorlry
Opporrunrtlen         m Imercollegiate          Athlerics.
as well as related recommendations                 submit-
ted by the Committee on WornenS Athletics,
takmg these actIons.
     a. Authorized          the establishment           of a
poSItion in the natIonal office lo admimnter
the’  erhnic minority enhancement program”
being recommended               by the Council sub-
committee, with the understanding that the
title and departmental             assignment for the
new position are to be determined.
     b. Deferred action on the subcommittee’             s
recommendalions            regarding national office
internships, establishment of a “vita bank”
and apportioning            the previously approved
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   THE NCAA NEWS/March               9.1989       19

Legislation                                              and Interpretations                                                                 Committee                                         x-&u&es
   Acting for thr NCAA Council,
                                                                                                                   Playing    seasons   (out-of-season        prac-
the Legislation and Intrrprrtations                                                                                                       tice)
Committee:                                                                                                         X. Participation hy cneche\ nn out\idr learns
                   Financial aid                                                                                   during 1988 (Divirion          I). C‘~~n\~dwd the
 t Permissible financinl nid beyond a five-                                                                         Augu,t 1~ IYXX. elfccrlvr d.ltc III IYXX Curl-
ycnr period. Concluded that the prov~mns                             Contacts    (evaluation Period)               \cnuon hopowl         NW 140 and c<mfiltncd
of Constltutlon      3d-(h), which preclude a                 7. “Drrd-period”     restrictions (Divisions     I   that coachln& \talf mcmhcl\           of f)lvi&n       I
studcnt&athlctc from recrlvmg fmanc~al ald                                                                          mcmhcr ln.xlltutlons      arc permItted IO he
from a mcmhcr mstltutmn            for more than                                                                   mvolvcd with bludunl&athlctes            Irom thru                                                                                 Financial aid
!IVC years durmg a x-year         pcrlod, encorn-                                                                  own in>t~tulion.\ on oursidc ~carn~ during Ihr                                                                     1 I. Gunmnteed rtudenf scholarship endowed
pass only “unearned”athletics        aid for which                                                                 summer prior IO August I, I9XX. agrcrd that                                                                                           s relative (Division III).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     by * student-athlete’
the athletics department intercedes on behalf                                                                      ccrachmg stall mcmhcrs may contmuc to he                                                                           Reviewed a prcv~,us Council-approved         I”~
of the student-athlete;     therefore, the appli-                                                                  involved with their student&athletes on such                                                                      terpretation (April 19X7). which delermmed
cahon of Consllt&on           3dxb)    perrmtr an                                                                  ourside teams subsequenr IO Augusr I, 19118,                                                                      that the applicarion 01 Bylaw I I-3-(a)-(4)-
athletics department to employ a studenc-                                                                          in chose insrances in which the playing                                                                           (ii) [rclahng to Inctitucional awards of cir-
athlete who previously         has received five               nnd 11). Agreed that the provi&nb    01 Bylaw       seasons on the outsIde team began prior IO                                                                        cumslancc] would not exempr a guaranteed
years of instltutmnal financial ad: further, a                 I-2-(a)-(6) would preclude a coaching staff         that date. provided          the coachmg         stalf                                                            tuition rcholarshlp    with the sole crirerlon
htudrnt-athlctc    who prevlourly has received                 member of a mcmbcr mstitution from serv-            mcmbcr ccasc> tus or her mvolvcmcnt              with          Playing seasons (contest limitations)              chat I( must he awarded 10 members of the
live years of inrIicuriona1 financial aid is                   mg as a speaker 01’arrendmg a meeting or            the outside Ieam prior 10 the beginnmg of                  10. Football     contractual     agreements for               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     donor‘ family; agreed thar a guaranrced
permitted     10 receive additional       financial            banquet in which prospecrlvc student-atb            the 19X8-89 academic year.                                 competition     that exceeds the minimum               student scholarship donated hy a studenc-
assistance from a member institution from a                   letea arc m attendance during any “dead              Coaches (pat%time and graduate assist-                     number of contests (Division III). ConsId-                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     arhlelc’ great-glandfather      (m 1917) could
source outride the arhlcllcs          deparcmcnl              period” as speciticd m Bylaw 1-2-(a)-(h);                                  ants)                                cred Bylaw 3-3-(a)-(S), which was amended              be consldcrrd exempted financial asbrstance
(e.g., a graduate school scholarship),         with           further. confirmed that durmg such “dead             9. Expenses for coaching conventions, clinca               at the 1987 sprc~~l Conventu~n to In&ate               consistem wirh the prowsmns of Co&r&on
the understanding that the athletics depart-                  periods,” a member inrlltution    is precluded       and professional practices (Division I). Rem               that effectlvr August I. 198X. the maximum             3d-(a)-(Z) [arsittancc    unrelated to athletic
ment has not interceded on behalf of the                      from a vlrllmg lugh school or conracting,            viewed Ihc apphcarion            of Case No. 3Y I          numherofconteats      in Divlslon III foothall is      atuhty], and asked the Councd to reconsider
student&athlete                                               ~aluam~g     or entcrtammg     a probcpcctivc        (parc-time     cuachmg benefits) and agreed                 I I (including   not more than IO games);             this ibbuc durmg Its April meecmg.
      Professional     qotts organizat&on
2. Donation by m profasional sports oryni-
ration. Conaldcrcd Ihe provisions of Case
No. 2 (prolcs~~onal orga&ation          funds) and
determmed that a local professional baseball
franctuse IS precluded from providmg finan-
clal support for the conduct or promotion of
a regIonal NCAA baseball championshlp.

3. Use of P student-athlete’     s name or picture
on e gntne ticket. Agreed that the application
of Constitution 3-l-(e) permits an institution
to utlhre a game tuzket that has the name or
plcturr ol an cnrollcd student-athlete on the
lace of the ticket and a commrrcxal                  corn-
pany’ coupon or adver&mcnc                   (unrrlared
to the btudenc-athlete) on the back of the

                                                                                                  every great
Career counseling/permissible                 experuerr
4. Campus student development and career-
counseling: materials. Noted rhac the provi-
~~or13 of Conhr;tulmn           3-I-(h)-(4)    permit a
member institution to provide student&&h-
Icteb wllh on-camp”,          srudent-development
and career-counseling          materials, and agreed

rhat the inrtitutmn        may provide such mare-
rials to student-athletes           mdependenrly         of
any related presentation or seminar by a
source outside rhe mstitulion.
    Clothing (adwllbinglen~h)
5. Identitimtion         of I coolest sponsor on
institutions’ bibs. Concluded that an Iden&

                                                                                                   is agreat
fication bib utilized by a student-athlete in
sports such as cross country and skiing may
 include a reference to the corporate sponsor
01 the competlhon.           provided Ihe involved
commcrclal company is the sole title sponsor
 of the athlellcs competition.
               .safiaf~oy        pmgress
 6. Between-seasons option during 1988-89

 (Divisions I and 11). Cowdered               198X Con-
vencion Proposal No 41 amending Bylaw S-
 I -(J)~(6) [satlsfactory-progress       rule] in regard
 to Its August 1. 19X8, cllecrlvc date; con-
 fumed thal this lcglslarron would apply 10
 student-athletes        previously      enrolled m a
 certifying mshtutlon. dctcrmmcd,               however,
 that a Iimitcd exception (as follows) should
 he granted For those student-athlclcs                who
 have not satlsfactordy          complrrrd      cllhcr 24
 bcmcs(cr or 36 quarter hours of academic
credit since the beginning of the previous
 fall term or averaged at leasc I2 semester or
 quarter hours durmg each of the previous
 terms of attendance; agreed that in such

Continued from       pagQ 18
nascics Federarron and U.S. Swimming As-
sociation meccs, including use of facilities.
   (g) Georgetown University, 11.5 Soccer
Arrociarion clime, including use of facili&x.
   (7) Approved foreign (ours per Bylaw 3-6-
(h) as follows
   (a) Univcrsiry  of Illinois,   Champaign,
women’ volleyball team to Holland, Ger-
many and Belgium, March 25 IO April 3,
 198X                                                                                  When it comes to moving collegeteams from place                                        and wide reclining seatsto assureour passengers’ com-
   (b) Norrhcastcm    University, field hockey                                   to place, Greyhound@    provides a special kind of coaching.                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                              fort. Plus, there’a nationwide network of Greyhound
team to the Netherlands, March 26 to April                                                                   s
                                                                                 The kind of coachingthat’ reliable, timely and trusted.                                      service facilities working 24 hours a day.
5, 1988.
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to extend a student-athlete’ five-year penod                                                          that
                                                                                 of modern coaches are unbeatenby any other bus                                                                GREYHOUND.3x;> h:i;p:
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in official Olympic       training, tryouts and
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   b. Ac\crlng for rhc Executive Committee:                                      for charter travel with climate-controlled environments
   Ciranted waivers per Executive Regulation
 1&5-(e) to permit CaliforniaState     Univenlty,
Los Angeles, Livmgxtone College, and Wash-
ington Stale University         to be eligible for                                                 OfficialMotorcoachCarrier for NCAAChampionships
champlonstups,      n&ring lhar rhe msrilurlons

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 It’ been
   s                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Coach’ criticism
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of game officials
 Continued from page II                little nervous when we’ up 20 and
                                                                re                                                                    Yeshiva coach Jonathan Halpert                                 year and the NCAA all-division
 22 seasonsand is I&l I this season. you think you’ going in. You think
                                                      re                                                                           is proud of the fact that 100 percent                             mark of 75.3 by Pete Metzelaars of                                   brings reprimand
 (Barry Smith, Fresno State women’   s  Oh
                                       ‘ God, what am I going to do                                                                of his players graduate, and 80                                   Wabash in 1983.(Jeff Hodges, North
  SID)                                 wrong this time.‘ The first basket felt                                                     percent have postgraduate degrees                                 Alabama             SID)                                                Ohio Valley Conference Com-
     Northern Iowa’ 6-9 Jason Reese great. I was walking around wond-
                    s                                                                                                              in law, medicine, business, etc.                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                        After his team’ third 79-76 vic-                                  missioner James E. Delany has an-
 was dribbling past the Western Illi-  ering whose hand I should shake. It                                                         Asked about this in a recent radio                                tory of the season, Middlebury                                       nounced a public reprimand and
 nois bench when WIU men’ coach was a power move, I guess. It was a
                               s                                                                                                   interview, he said: UMy boys don’   t                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     men’ coach Russ Reilly said, “Well,                                  censure of Tom Deaton, head bas-
 Jack Margenthaler, an I l-year        great pass, too-Tom (Huerter) told                                                          make the pros, they become lawyers                                                        m
                                                                                                                                                                                                     I know what number I’ going to                                       ketball coach at TennesseeTechno-
 coaching veteran, suddenly reached me to mention that.” (J&n D’       Arge-                                                       and doctors who treat the pros.” As                                                   s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     play in this week’ lotto. (John                                      logical University, for his criticism
                                                                                                                                   the most recent example, he cited                                 Zehner, SID intern at Middlebury)                                    of game officials following Tennes-
 out and stole the ball. “I didn’ foul nio, Siena SJD)
                                           Glassboro State women’ coach
                                                                     s                                                             1987 cocaptain Lance Hirt, who                                                     s
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Army women’ coach Lynn Chi-                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          seeTech’ 80-57 loss to Austin Peay
 and that’ the fastest move I’      ve
 made in 22 years,”joked the coach Dawn Shilling kept wandering out-                                                               graduated with a perfect 4.000                                    avaro: “We are the No. 3 defensive                                   State University February 29.
                                                                                                                                   grade-point average and is now in                                 team in the country, and we’ lost
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ve                                       Delany noted that conference
 after the game (his team fell behind side the coach’ box in a close game
                                                                                                                                   Harvard Law School. He edited the                                 11 games. We have a school full of                                   presidents and athletics directors
 on the technical but came back to against Jersey City State. When the
 win). (Larry Heimburgec Western official motioned her back, she re-                                                               school newspaper and earned the                                   leaders, but no one wants to be                                      have adopted a policy prohibiting
 lllktoti SID)                         plied: “Sorry, I got lost.” (Sheila                                                         maximum 42 on his LSAT test.                                      scoring leader on the floor.” (Muddy                                 coaches’ public criticism of game
     Indiana State women’ coach An- Stevenran. Gtizssboro State SID)
                           s                                                                                                       (Michael           Cohen. Yeshiva SID)                            Salvani, Army                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 women’ SID)                              officials and that unless and until
 drea Myers to trainer Patty Leavitt                    s
                                           Stony Brook’ Leslie Hathaway,                                                           Can You lop These?                                                                                                                     those regulations are changed, all
 on 6-I junior center Amy Vander- the No. 8 rebounder in women’              s                                                        Appalachian State senior Valerie                               QUIZ Answer: UCLA5 Lew Alcin-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          coaches are expected to refrain from
 kolk’ size 12 feet: “Do you bring Division III basketball despite her
        s                                                                                                                          Whiteside has 2,894 points through                                dor (now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) in                                     public criticism of game officials.
 one case of tape for Vandy’ feet and 5-8 size, wears jersey number 34 and
                             s                                                                                                     regular-seasonplay and has a chance                               1967, 1968 and 1969. (UCLA> Bill                                        Conference policy           requires
 another case for the rest of the has “Hatb 34” on her license plate,                                                              to become the ninth player in Divi-                                Walton in 1972-74 and Ohio State’s                                  coaches, players and officials to
 team?” Myers to Vanderkolk after after Pittsburgh’ Jerome Lane and
                                                         s                                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                   sion I women’ basketball history to                               Jerry Lucas in 1960-62 also made                                     conform and restrain their conduct
 her record 43 points vs. Bradley (14 ex-Auburn star Charles Barkley.                                                              reach 3,000 career points. It will                                consemus all-America and played in                                   so that the game of college basket-
 of 17 from the field and I5 of 16 She also is a 3.500 student in liberal                                                          depend on how far the team advan-                                 three Final Fours, hut Walton’ team
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  s                                       ball can be presented consistent
 from the line) to put ISU in a first- arts and a district academic all-                                                           ces in postseason play, beginning                                 won two titles and Lucas’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             team one.)                                   with the principles of fair play and
 place tie in the Gateway Collegiate America choice. Asked which is                                                                with the Southern Conference tour-                                                                                                     good sportsmanship.
 Athletic Conference: “Vandy, I want more important, studies or basket-                                                            nament. (John Weaver. Appalachian                                 Correction: The answer to the Feb-                                      Delany noted that Deaton disre-
 you on the track tomorrow running ball, she replied: “They are even.                                                              State assistant SID)                                              ruary 24 Final Four Quiz should                                      garded the conference policy re-
 laps for those shots you missed.” I’ from a big basketball family. It’
                                         m                                   s                                                        North Alabama’ Louis Newsome
                                                                                                                                                      s                                              have been four states, not three. In                                 quiring all evaluations of game
 (Karen Griess. Indiana State arsoci-  a good part of our social life. We                                                          leads Division II in field-goal accu-                             addition to Missouri, New York                                       officials to be routed through the
 ate SID)                              have season tickets to St. John’      s                                                     racy at 74.9 percent through games                                and California, Texas also had more                                  conference supervisor of officials.
      Seldom-used Siena senior Larry and go to a lot of high school                                                                of February 20, giving him a chance                               than one city host the Final Four,                                      Delany said that, consistent with
  McMahon after his career-high five games.” (Pat Murray, Stony Brook                                                              to break both the division record                                 with Houston in 1971 and Dallas                                      normal conference policy, the su-
 points against Colgate: “You get a SID)                                                                                           75.2 by Tampa’ Todd Linder last
                                                                                                                                                   s                                                 1986.                                                                pervisor of officials will review game

 MyIIa Urban to direct combined Carleton departments                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Charges dropped
              s            s
    The men’ and women’ physical                               and a more effective use of facilities                              sons from five other colleges.                                    cal education, is director of men’  s                                   Assault and battery charges
 education departments at Carleton                             and staff, Lewis said.                                                 Urban said one of her major tasks                              athletics and head track and cross                                   against Brown University head
 College will be combined next fall                               Urban said her objective will be                                 will be to coordinate planning ef-                                country coach. Leon Lunder, asso-                                          s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          men’ basketball coach Mike Cing-
 into a single department of physical                          to build upon the current strengths                                 forts for additions to the Carleton                               ciate professor of physical education                                iser have been dropped by David
 education, athletics and recreation.                          of the department and to maintain                                   athletics plant, which, she said, are                             and an assistant football and track                                  Kirkpatrick, assistant district attor-
    Mylla Urban, associate dean of                             balance “not just between genders                                   no longer adequate to accommodate                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                     coach, is chair of the men’ depart-                                  ney in Orange County, California.
 the college and associate professor                           but between physical education,                                                              s
                                                                                                                                   the growth in both men’ and wom-                                  ment.                                                                   The charges had been filed at the
 of physical education, has been                               recreation, varsity athletics and in-                                   s
                                                                                                                                   en’ programs in the past 15 Yeats.                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                         On the women’ side, Marjorie                                     request of University of California,
 appointed chair of the new depart-                            tramurals.                                                             In 1986-87, 215 women and 326                                  Mara, assistant professor of physical                                 Fullerton, fan Bill Harvey after he
 ment and director of athletics by                                The decision to merge the two                                    men about 30 percent of the stu-                                  education, is director of women’    s                                and Cingiser had a confrontation
 President Stephen R. Lewis Jr.                                departments followed recommen-                                      dent body-competed in 24 varsity                                  athletics and volleyball coach. Pa-                                  during a basketball game December
       Combining            the two departments,               dations by an internal review com-                                  sports at Carleton.                                               tricia Lamb, professor of physical                                   30. Cingiser, through his attorney,
 each of which has both an athletics                           mittee of faculty, students and staff                                  Under the current system of two                                education who recently retired as                                                        no
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          entered a pleas of ‘ contest’to an
 director and department chair, will                           not connected to either department,                                 separate departments, William Ter-                                tennis coach, is chair of the women’s                                infraction of disturbing the peace
 provide a more balanced program                               and an external committee of per-                                   rique7, associate professor of physi-                             department.                                                          and was fined $100.

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                                                                                                                                                                 the D,rector of Athkt~cs The Cmrd,“ator                                                                          One Academ          Drive, Da hne, Alabama
   Readersof The NCAA News are invited to use The Market to                                              for mtemshlp for college raduate who washes
                                                                                                         to pursue master’ I” ath Be&s adm,“,strat,o”            shall be atively en aged in the raising of                P.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             lay dubes for football and basketbal P Qua r I.
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   locate candidates for positions open at their institutions, to                                        or ml&d     degree. A&y     I” mung to. Mr.             afts and alfts wkl” 3 for the Deoanment of                relate to people I” a manner which will
                                                                                                         Robert Stewart. Director of Athletics. Troy             &leticn,&oordi”ate       and direct fund raisin
   advertise open dates in their playing                      schedules         or for other                                                                                                            personne. 7
   appropriate  purposes.
                                                                                                         State Univcmty Troy. AL 36061.                          effolts by Athkbr       Department
                                                                                                                                                                 recruit others to assist in fund ratsi                    experience in electronic mrdla, radio “et.             Recruiting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           warklng.      fornotions.     pubkr relations or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           r-elated fie P preferred Strong wntte” and             AMpatm        Recrdtbg    Coordnat~    The U”,
  Rates are 55 cents per word for general classified advettisin                                          Athletics               Trainer                                                                                   oral communication        skills required. Sala        versrty of lll,“o,s Urbaana Champ,g”     Quakfi.
  (a ate type) and $27 per column inch for                                                                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                 lions Bachelor’ degree required. Master’            s     commensurate        with eqxrience     and uah I       catlons.    A demonstrated       knowledge    of
                                                                                                         ArmmoIhlhEffyOUloVe                  rtsandpo*          preferred Prefer orperlenre of two years on               cations. Twelvemo~th         rba”       vi&      iI    recruiting on a univerrtty Divislo” I program
  a B vertlnng. Orders and co                                                                            seusbach&isdegmas.sw             r Maccmfkate           collegiate level in athletic develo me”,. with            report to the Assocmte          rerdor of Athletics                       s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  level. Bachelor’ degree
  to the date of publication Por general classified space and by                                         from the NAT& St. Anthony Medical Center                diFRtsolic&&o”      responribilihes. Pund raung,”         for Extrrnal Rrlabons. Send letter of appkca.
                                                                                                         has an ercitiog opportunity        for you Our             romot~o” of comparable          work Ablkry to         Uon. resume. and three letters of recommen
  noon seven days prior to the date of publication     for display                                       sports rnedlclnc dcpartmcnt, Louisville’ first
                                                                                                                                                     s           Puncbo” Independently         while working as a          d&ion no later than March 16, 1986, to: Mr             April 4. 1988. Applications   and credentials
                                                                                                                                                                 part of a team: strong wnne” and verbal                   Charke Can. Aswc~ate D~reaor of Athlmcs.               should be recewed by March 26.1966. send
  classified advertising. Orders and copy will be accepted by                                                                                    s
                                                                                                         and scan to be among the nsuorl’ ekte. IS
                                                                                                                                                                 comm”nlcauon       skills. preferred SrMing Date:                                                                to. Vance R&fern. Sr. Aun.     Dir. of Athletics,
                                                                                                         current    seeking a qualified individual to
  telephone.                                                                                             work wth patients who have incurred B                   Ap”l15.1966.      orAS4Pafter       Salary Salary is                                                             Universrty of lllinow at UrbanaCham           19”.
                                                                                                         oports~rebted I” ury. and to a.mist coaches or          comme”surste       with quallfuauons       and                                                                   I I3 Aswmb       Hall. I600 South First p”  treet,
   For more information  or to place an ad, call 913/384-3220 or                                         studcnr?, in imp emeriti”      safe traini”    pro      rience Appkcatio” Deadline: March 2 I. x       I                                                                 Char”     19”. lk”o,s 61620 217/333.3630
                                                                                                           rams to en..,!     a heal&r     team -l-#e se         Submit i&e, of appkcat~on. rewme. a”d                     requres pro r dwumentatiorr       oI Idcnbly           An Afkkativ!     A0io”,EOP
   write NCAA Publishing, PO. Box 1906, Mission, Kansas6fZOl.                                            Bectcd professional      will also work with            three current professlo”al         referc”ces    with     and employa ge. at the bme of employment
                                                                                                         phyxicans,    discussing    the treatment      and      addresses and phone numbers. Se”d A II                    It 1s requested th,s dnumentabo” be ~“cluded
                                                                                                         PBTVCnbOn    d   mrts     InJWiB.
                                                                                                         athletic training programs;
                                                                                                                                                                                Personnel Se~ces.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           EAB 85.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Omaha, Ne
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           with your applration.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Sports Information
                                                    tions: Bach&is      0egre.z reqwed, Master’     s    public speaking and RIncss prescnpt~ons.
                                                    pdened     - Fxpenence I” working with aca           and must pxsess good diagnostic and pa                                                                                                                                   Bptts I”forrrmuo” wector. Soother” ath
                                                    dcmic advisement.      counseling      or related    tient skills We offer comfxbtwe        compe”s.9.                                                                 Public Relations                                       odbt (I-             Quakficat,o”s     Bachelor’

Positions               Available
                                                    f&is    ResponsMrues.     Ccmrdi~te and mo”
                                                    itar the entire program d academic &se.
                                                                                                         bon. generous benefits and the opponunity
                                                                                                         to maximum your csreer potentfal. BS Rc
                                                                                                                                                                 Marketing                                                                                                        degree. master’ preferred. E+erie”ce
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  S+ON lnfomvrbon dwector I” a ma,or D,vls,on

                                                    ment Prowde academic           advisement     and                                                                                                                      Dlrcctor d Communkations.            The UnIted        I program, or comparable        background     Re
                                                                                                         quird.     MS Preferred (New Gmduales En                                                                          States Spats Academy, a” accredited grad”
                                                    counseling to studenf/ath&es          Cmrdtir&e      coura cd) Sala           based on expenence                          lJhcbx    The John Hancock         Sun                                                              sponslble for duues I” rhc areas of media
                                                    study tsbks. monitor perfomance           and de                                                                                                                       ate school of sports. 1s ronducbng       a search      relations, publications and event administra
                                                                                                         ($l5.0%0 to %ZO,&). Work in a high school                                                                         for a Director of Communicabons.           The DI
                                                    g- prqress dsbdmt/athktm              Cwdl&          on a contractual snangemcnt.         For consrder                                                                                                                        bon Salary commensurate          wh vnence
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           rector of Commu”,cabo”s        wll develop and
Athletics         Director                          wth c&s         and faculty college a&so,       I”   .&on. send resume in confidence to Sarah                seven “MJO’     ewnts rncluding       ,ts collcgc
                                                                                                                                                                 football game The Marketing Director will                 implement media and publications          rogram.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and quallRcatio”s Application Deadline: April
                                                    monitoring academic        rag-.     Knodedge        Fnughaupt. St Anulonykdlcal           Center. 1313                                                                                                                       8.1966 Send resume and letten of recom
                                                                                                                                                                 act as Iuso” between mansgemcnt                and        and till desag” promobond       and a f m,“Mra.        mend&o”      to: Mr. Steve Wilens
                                                    of Conference     and r?CM       rules. Starring     S.1. llnthony     Place. Louisville.     Kentucky
Athktlcs    DfrectdayL.       Dqmrtmmt         of                                                                                                                rational and local businesses in or anking                live mrkeung                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            materials. Master’ preferred,
HB?.     Rcsp~siMties    include overdl ad                                                               40204. A Dltisia” of Sisters of St. Francis                                                                       bxhclor’s    required I” En&h.       Journalism.
                                                    deadkne. Salary: Commensumte                         Health Services Inc A” Equal Opportunity                a”d ampkmenong       markerlng and sa7es func
mmmtratton end wpemsron        of the athkbcs       CaiionBand~                                                                                                  tions Applicants should possess a bachelor’     s         or related area Three years of experience I”
prcg‘am and “r&rgraduate        and raduate                                                              hplOycr.      .M~F/H.                                                                                             m academic wtutubo”,         excelle”t ~nterper
                                                    AprY I, 1988. or until a succes.dul candidate                                                                degree (master’ s    referred) and at least five
cuniculum    I” HPER:     leac 9, ,ng. ,u                                                         Athktb       Tdnu/lnstmctor        (Starch     Ru,      years’ marketi ~.R”d.raurylorr*Dles~~“.                   sonal skills, photo9raphy/graph,cs.          word
                                                    lsemployed    Appkcstron Prcces Smd letter                                                                                                                                                                                    Spats lnfomutbn     Mrccto~ Gullford College
pm&on      and -k&o”       of all facdty and        d application ad current -me          witi three                                                             ence. sports R ated preferred Salary corn.                processi”     end publishing         skills
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           required. b “derstanding     of spor(/aport R          is seeking a Sports Information      Director
conches I” depanmnr.     Doctortie requmd,          (3) letters of recommendauon          to. Linda      ~$??%,;,%r:b~;o                        %%I?;;           menrurate      wth expcr,c”ce.        Letters of
evidence of success I” adm,“,strauo”       d PE                                                                                                                                                                            I&d organirabon      rleeded. Salary comme”            Rnponslblllbes    m&de all aspects of spo”s
                                                    Estes. Director d Wom”.s     Athletics. Acade        fin< aid, care and pmventlo”           of aMe&          a plicabo” should be m&d         to Sam Jenlons,                                                                 ,“formatio”    and m&a related sawces Ex
and ahkti~3 program, hsidk       Abiri to                                                                I”JUWS    and other related courses. Sup&se             ti: ecuthe DIrector. John Hancock Sun Bowl,               surate wth credentrals and erpenence Send
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  celfenl spalung. writing, editinq and promo
articulate clearly the Idage between mCr.                                                                and dire@ assistant trainers          Ninemonth         PO. Box 95. El Paso. Texas 7wl           Include a        resume. three letters of mommmdatlon
collegiate athktics and academic values                                                                         intment Poslbon avariable August I.              msume a”d tele hone “umber of three refer                 specific to the position and a cow of offual                  See l%e Marker. page 21
Rank and saby negobabk dependlnq upon                                                                    %ii      Deadkne lo, applkatio”sApril      I, 1966.*on/
quaIAcatro”s    and upnknce.      Se”d fetter al                                                         Send resume. three letters of recommenda.               Equal Opportunity Employer.
application.   resume with transc”                                                                       bon and transcripts to. Arhktfa           Director,
three current kners d recom rrnedzz;:
Dean Gordon Cokan. Schad d Education
                                                                                                         John Carroll U”,versrty, Un~versrty Hugh&
                                                                                                         OH 441 I6 Salary comrne”s”rate          with qua11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    NORWICH UNIVERSITY
and -aI           Elencc.    AAamll state Cd
                                                    Administrative                                       hcauons and upcriencc.       Equal Opportunity                                                                                  Assistant VaraifyFootbaU/Head
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Indoor Track                        Coach
       AJarrm~, cdorado       81102. 719/5a%                                                             Gnployer
F 36 Cloa~ng &te for applications II Apnl
7                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Position: Assistant Football Coach (Defense)/Head                   Indoor Track Coach and
                                                                                                                                                                 3lrwaxdElabwlk            Mda.Pmmouons            ~         Field House Coordinator.
 IO. 198~. (X ““UI the p~+on       IS nl*d. fq                                                                                                                   Respxsibiliies    will include. but nd be limked
EOE. AX is pa&da2          12~d-r”        a&
Cabon% fmm yarnen                                                                                        Development                                                                                                         QualiRcationr: Pasteis          degree required.     graduate or undergraduate degree IIT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Physcal Eiiucabon.
                                                                                                         C-dAthktkDc.rlapnsltThe                                 rummg all duties anrociated wivl being          the         Appltcaban Procedures: Submtt a plication
Academic             Adviser                                                                             Cmrdinatord      Developmentfor      Athlebcswll
                                                                                                                           for all fund~ralsfng actltitia
                                                                                                                                                                 %ecutivc Producer d the l%ate Sporta
                                                                                                                                                                 work vhrch includes sales and “wkedng
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   of        to: Dr. Wallace E. Bakes Head g. MSNJ~ o‘ Educabon. Norwtch references
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        personal reSume a”d Untverslty.
                                                                                                                                       athktk program            he network, being responsible for tic          pro                                         I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             NorVlfield. VT 05663 by April &‘ 988. EOE.
-of-                    -             (Iralifica                                                         The Coordinator wll be a staff member of                h@ion d radio and televieo” protects            for
                                                                                                                                                                                ,988   A,,pllcaUonr.~ksnb         should subm,t      Zhsirman. ph ical Education. IntercolIegiate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Uhkdcs and 6 ecreabon, Clatin      Unwers,ty
                                                                Ebseball                                                   Field Hockey                                                                                              ‘Adam.    New York 13676. AppIication Dead          Lacrosse
The Market                                                      Ddb State UW
                                                                and nonunetlons
                                                                                          is se&km applications
                                                                                      fdr the paslt[an of Head
                                                                                                                           Women’ Fkld Hockey AssIstant           Coach.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     rnc March 18. 1988. Clarkson Urwen~ty IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     m AfF,rmative Amon/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     %‘ ~~&V~~d~;;~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               u.I Employment
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (f-==W     F=
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Had Lacrosse Coach/Ass&ant            FooU&l
                                                                                                                           Rnn Sta& Position available which is re                                                                                                                       --Rydol            --Alfred
                                                                Baseball Coach Delta State IS a reg~onel                   sponsible for assisting with coaching the                                                                                                                     University is seeking a plicants for the      51
Continued from page 20                                          university located in Cleveland, fississtppi. It           lntercallcglate Field Hackey Prcgram and for                                                              id     Cwcb-MS         keHocw       Brown Unv       ban al Head Lacrosse e oath/Assistant      cot.
                                                                hasappraumatety3.5ooaudem&~ree                             scheduling contacts: planning. organmng.             Asdstmt       F-        Cnmdx Qusl~ticat~ons -
twal sktlls dewed. Thts mditidual should                                                                                                                                                                                             rersity is se&m    a qualtfied coach m men’    s    ball Coach - Phyxal       Edu&on    Instructor
                                                                prcgranls at me bachdor master. educatfonal                and conducting recruiting campaigns: coor            Mamis        preferred, prmous    coaching   Re                                                                    s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         A master‘ degree in Physical education and
have SID aperience          and weds abill        to                                                                                                                            sponsibilities in&&       Defenswe Imc. recrut.      ce hockey Qua 7lficabons Include baccalau
                                                                sp&alists     and doctoral levels. llw appblnt.            dinating clinics and workshops.       Requires                                                            -ate d rec. coaching experience at college          demonstrated expenise in lacrosse and foot
workindependentlyand         maintaIna high 1eveI               rent date IS Juk I. 1998 It is orderred that                                                                    ,ng. posslblc teachmg.
d prcductMty      Appl~cabonr and resumes to                                                                                               rec. or equivalent. and one to                                                            eveI pr 3 erred. cammltmcnt    to developin     a   ball coaching IS required AIfmd University is
                                                                candId&       p&&a        masteisdegreeand        be
Dr Ah        Pla& Direcbr of AtbIedCS. 5800                     experienced in teachin          at the high erhml                                                                                                                    rtrong program wthm the framwvrlr         of 9, e   a NCAA Division Ill institubon wth 20 varstty
West Fdend        Avenue. Greensboro. North                                                                                                                                                                                          vy League Send resume. letter of @icatIon                m for men and women. located in western
                                                                and/or college level. a minlmum             of four                                                                                                                                                                      r ew York Alfred is a combmed          public/
Cardma 274 r 0. Deadlme: March 25. or until                     years‘ as a head baseball coach at the h,gh                                                                     Bordf. Keamey State College, Keamey. NE
po.itionirRI*d.AnAfilrrnaUvc~on/Equal                                                                                      coahm      experience p&erred. This is a IO                                                                                                                   pnvatr college with an erwdlment of 1.8ca
                                                                school and/or college level is required. Can               month ( x ugust h-u May) standlng pwbon.             68849. Keamey State Is an Equal Oppatunity                                                               students Apphcants should forward a letter
Opponunlty EmplGyer.                                            dldates must have proven adm~nlstrative.                                                                        Employer.
                                                                                                                           Send letter d sppkcstion. resume and salary                                                                                                                   of application, resume and three letters of
S,mrh itdwmdm             IMmch      The SID wll                orgenimtional. recruiting and teaching -                   requirements to: Em oyment Diisian. DC               Asdstmt     FootbalI Coach. Head BascbaU or
YM as the unmnlys             II.Iscm with all area                                                                                                                                                                                  ~eadkne is March 25,1988 An Lqual Oppor
                                                                ricnces. RespansibiliUeswIll includecoschin                                   l2O&?h Burroyes     Street.
spzwts media. be responsibk           for news re               end @chug        wi$m thepilqsophy         d DSL?
                                                                                                                           ~““r”“,                                              Track Gosh and PwbTlmc 8pott.s Inf-
                                                                                                                                                                                don tlhclm       Applications    .sre now bemg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     unity/AiTlrmatwe Actton Employer                          See i%e Market, page 22
                                                                                                                             nrwnl    Patic, PA 16801. Applicabon Dead
kases and promatiansl material on all &let                      ,ecru,hng. plannmg and lmalg me baxball                    Ime: 312 188 An Affirmative Action/Equal             accepted for a person to be an assistant
                                                                program and maintalnlng the baseball facill                Opportunity Employer. Women and mmon                 footbull coach. the head coach of either the
                                                                ttcr and equipment. Sala for tie poslnon                   ties encauraged to appb.                                                           s
                                                                                                                                                                                baseball team or the men’ track team and
a bachelor’ deg-,        prefer&y     with a major              till be commensurate         w .3; experience and
in joumallnm
extensrve -nence
                  or communlcallon        arts. and
                           I” sports and news
                                                                qualifkauans.    A letter d a plicatlon. resume
                                                                and three current letters o recommendation
                                                                                                                                                                                the paname dwector d sports information
                                                                                                                                                                                me ten month a
                                                                                                                                                                                1. 1988. Salary w I be commensurate
                                                                                                                                                                                                        intment begms August
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Assistant ExecutiveDiictor
wrklng. UnderstandIng d ~ntercollcg~ate ath.                    must be received ,APril’    ;5,      1988. Appllca         Football                                             training and erpenence                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Master’ degree
ktcs    referred Candidate must be wlllng to
work LbIe       hours Appkcation deadlme is
                                                                bans should bead ressed to’ Dr Jtm Jordan.
                                                                                                                           AssIstant  Fmmall   Coach/Head Reskicnt
                                                                                                                                                                                  referred. Deadlme for appl~cationn IS March
                                                                                                                                                                                5 I, 1988. Nominations         and sp locations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NCAA Adminisbation                             Department
March 15. Send resume and four Published                                                                                   ~14,000 minimum for IO mantis beginning              should be sent to Tom C Bryant, t! wedor of
wrhg snmpks to Pewnnel olfice. California                                                                                  8/l plus two bedroom apartment Requres               Athlelics, Centre College. DanwIle. Kentucky
Lutheran Universi      60 W. Olsen Road. Thou                                                                                                                                   40422 EOE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Applications  are being accepted   now for a position as
nand Oaks. CA 91%so EOE                                         lois degree with baseball playing erpen’     ence          ::;;:ld%;d.s%?b$:~?                                                                                        assistant executive director in the NCAA administration
!3pts    lnformstion Dbuta                   s
                                   Bachelor‘ &                  on the college and/or profeu~onal             level.       football. Closes April 4, 1988. Ap I to.
gm with Rve years r&Id          epe,icnce     or the            coaching -rience          in colIege or prdes              Personnel OFIice. Anzona Western  0 ege,
equwaknt      combir&ion      of education      and             r~onal baseball, and demonstrated abtkty to                PO. Ekm 929. Yuma. Arizona 853U or call,             Ice Hockey
                                                                recruit. teach and handle young men. Rc                    602/344.7534      MIEOE                                                                                    The assistant executive director for administration       selves as
                                                                sponslbdities.   Complete     responsibility     for                                                            Had 6ch        Pl+nb k-c Hody    ~slifications
                                                                coaching. recrdtln     and r&ted dulles In the                                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                I. Bachelor’ d ree requwed: Master‘ de      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the head of the administration         department      and reports
                                                                lntercolleglate base L II pro9ram atthe united                                                                  9ree desirable 2 nowledge of and commit
                                                                                                                                                                                                   =%                                 directly to the executive director. This individual is primarily
                                                                States Air Force Academy. Salary. Commerv                                                                       mcnt to compllancc       with NCAA rules and
Street. Lexington. Kentucky 405%.                               surate wth expenence Send letter of appkca.                                                                     regulabons 3 Expenence in intercalkg~ate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      responsible for administration    of the Association’  s   research
sports InfomMlhn          Dkutor       Length Of Ap             Lion and resume to Lt. Cd. Micki Hague.                                                                         coachin      preferred Ability to effectwek re        activities, drug-testing and drug-education       programs, youth
                                                                Awstant Athlebc Dwector. United States kr
pointme&        Full.time (I 2 months)           Salary
                                                                Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado
                                                                                                                                                                                crurt w ti: m a strong academic background.           programs, and the postgraduate        scholarship program and
Commensurate          with qualifications and expe                                                                         bon background dewable Experience high               Responsibdltles.     I To organize. direct and
nence. Dtin:        Responsible for develo ment                 80840 5461. Appllcauon Deadlmc. 28 Marrh                   school and/w college coaching of football.           administer the Ice Hockey ~program. 2. To             serves as the national-office      representative     for women’  s
                                                                1988 Equal Opportunity Emplover.                                                                                coordinate recruiting, team selecbon. coach
and operation of media and Public re P,           abonn                                                                    High school and/or college ccachmg              of                                                         interests. The assistant executive director also supervises
for a ma or NCM Dwsnn I AthkUc Prcgram                                                                                     track. Ph Ical educabon acttvlty teaching            mg. counseling athletes. budgetary mana9e
having I 3 men’ ~ntercolkg~ate sports. Will
                    s                                                                                                      Response                                             ment and mamtaning            the standard      of    operation of data-processing,   membership/classification       and
work with women’ sports information direc                       Basketball                                                 wide vnrietyof phy!acal                              perlormance consistent with the Unwersl~‘      s      sports-medicine     activities.
tor to secure best Possible worklrg relation                                                                               the baSlC p      ram for all students Assistint        CA of academic and sthlletic excellence
ship wth m&a           for the cnhre de rhnent                  Headwnmds Bask&                  cmch/Aui.¶tant            conch of f ZL      II Assistant coach of track.      b lary Commensurate        wth er
Responslbleforall       depaltmental pu if hcabons              PmbsordEdtcaUom         M 5. dqlree required.              Sala : Commensurate         with ugxncnce    and     pl~catwn Procedure Please su                          The position requires an extensive understanding               of the
Required Qualifications: College degree.            Min               rem for candldaces ti   graduate hours               quall 7 ~ca”ons. Appltcabon Deadlmc April I.         tion and resume to: Mr. Willlam O’      Fla           NCAA; the ability to communicate        effectivek both orally and
rmumd threeyears’            upcncnce or related                      nd me&&s. Teach act+        and prdes.
experience KnowIedge of NCAA rules and                          sional p ,yadon
                                                                c                  cbs-     manage NCAA Ill                                                                                                                           through      written materials, and excellent       organizational,
re ulations      Demonstrated          organizational           women s sketball prcgrbm. demonstrated                                                                                                                                managerial and administrative      skills. It is preferred that the
ski9 Is Demonstrated        public relations skills.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      applicant have postgraduate education and recent experience
Preferred Qualifications:          Master’ Degree
Exprnence with the administration of and/or
                                                                                                                                      HEAD WOMEN’ BASKEFBAILL                                                                         in intercollegiate athletics administration.
ccach,ng of non~revenue spans. Appl~cabon                       Head. I% ical Education and Athletics, Wan
Deadlme: Apnl I, 1988. or until a successful
candidate is employed Application process.
                                                                burg Cal Pege. WavcrIy. Iwa 50677.
                                                                l?mmas C*          invites applications for ~0s’
                                                                                                                                        COACH AND ATHLElICS                                                                           The NCAA is an equal-opportunity        employer; women and
Send letter of dpplicabon and current resume
wth three (3) letton of recommendatton                to’
                                                                tion of Men’ Head Basketball Coach and
                                                                Intramural Director Dubes will Include con                              TRAINING SUPERVISOR                                                                           minorities are encouraged to apply. Compensation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      will include salary commensurate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         with experience. All benefits,
Mike Dill. Associate Athletics Dir-lor.             Uru         ductin           s
                                                                          a men‘ D&ion        Ill basketball pro
vcnlty of New Mexico. South Campus. Albu                        gram. developng       an mvamural        program.            Responsibiliies:   Coach women’ basketball, su.g.ervise ath-
                                                                                                                                                            s                  .                                                      including    retirement  plan and health, life, accident and
querque. Mex,co a7 I3 I Starting Date:                          teaching    physical education       classes and                                                                                                                      disability insurance, are paid by the Association.
As ynn as possible alter a pkratnn deadllnc.                                                                                 letics training program, and one other response Illty, yet to
The Urwem            of New tf enco IS an Equal                                                                              be determined.
Opportunity/ z fmr~aove AcUon Employer.                                                                                                                                                                                               Interested candidates               should send a letter, resume and list of
      m Irlformamtl       Dlrrctor The College of                                                                                                                                                                                     references to:
T llllam and Mary. an NCAA Division                       I     cabon deadline is March 14. 1988 Send
                                                                                                                             Qualiiations:  Demonstrated successful coaching experience
member spansming a brmdhased                   athktxs          letter of appl~caoon. resume and sup               mng       and the ability to recruit academically    oriented   student-
  rogram. IS seeking a Director of Spats                        letters to: Richard Meader. Director of- Athkt               athletes for NCAA Division     III sports. Master’  s degree                                                                               Richard D. Schultz
Pnformation. Respans,b,lws            Include all pub.          Ics.ThomarColkge.          WateMl!+.ta¶lnrw901                                                                                                                                                          Executive Director
lkciry and medw relations for the athletics                     An Equal Ovoortunity/AHirmative                 Acban        preferred.
program. This includes dcveloplng and man                       Empl&er                                                                                                                                                                                                        NCAA
tammg 9Md reporting relationrhlps with the                                 s
                                                                Hesd &n’ EaskctbnIl Coach and In&uct.x                                                                                                                                                                    PO. Box 1906
radio. tv, and newspaper media. and wnbng                       inHPERarothwde+rtn-tifqwa&d.Re
                                                                                                                             Application   Deadline:   March 2.3, 1988. Send resume and
news releases, conducting Interviews, man                       spawblc       for all crspects of coach,ng the               three letters of reference to: Personnel Director, Simpson                                                                              Mission, Kansas 66201
tanin     statistics. preparing press guides.                         s
                                                                men‘ basketball team ,nclud,ng recrwhng,
gamez programs. and media operations for                        conditioning      and training team members.
                                                                                                                             College, 701 North C, Indianola, Iowa 50125.
all events The successful              candidate     will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       CLOSING          DATE FOR APPLICATIONS:                        April 8, 1988.
                                                                teaching a m,n,mum of su hours per semrs
mana e the spolts inform&an               staff. lnclud         ter and other dubes assIgned by the athkbcs                                                             AA/EOE
‘ a 7 ullame assocute dwe&ar, secretary                         dwector. MA degree required. successful                                                                                                                                           The NCAA           is an Equal Opportunity                Employer
and student help Candidates must have a                         teachmg and coaching erpenence                  at the
bachelois degree and a record of prcqres.                       secondary or collegiate level. ability to sue
cwrly r-rponwble professional ea tience in                      rcwfully     recut ,n Colorado h,gh schools
umtmg. edmg and computer sk,l f- A strong   s                   Rank and salary ne@able             depending upon
background        in coverage of football .arnd
basketball IS hi9hC dewable             Expenence tn
                                                                quallhcatlons and erpenence. Send letter of
                                                                applicatmn.      resume with transcripts           and                         s
                                                                                                                                  Head Women’ Basketball Coach/
production of a weekly coach’ tv shaw and a
workmg knourledge of Olympic s rts is
                                     s                          three current letters of recommendauon
                                                                Mr. Jeff Gcwr. Director of Athle+cs, Mams
                                                                                                                                    Physical Education lnstructoir
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            STATE UNIVERSITY OF
preferred Candidates should send r elter of
appl~cabon. resume. samples of wrk and
                                                                State Cdl        e. Alamoss. Colored0 81102.
                                                                7191589~7 zl I Closing date for applications                                                                                                                             NEW YORK AT PLATTSBURGH
three references byMarch 31,1988, to John                       IS A nl 10. 1988. or until the posluan 1s niicd.             COACHING:         Duties consist of all phases of a corn etitive
Randolph. Director of Athletics. Cdl                c of        Ad EOE ASC 1s par%cularIy mterested ,n
W&m and Mary, PO Box 399. William k
Virgnla 23187. The College of Willlam and
                                                                applications from women and minorities
                                                                Adsbnt              s
                                                                               Men’ Basketball Coach. North
                                                                                                                             NAIA women’     s basketball program, includin 7. bu+eting,                                                         DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL
                                                                                                                             fund-raising,    recruiting, promotions    and pub IC re ations.
May is an Equal Opporturuty/Affwmabve
Action ETmploycr.
                                                                Carolina State Univerwty IS seekmg a plwa
                                                                uons for a fullalmc assistant men’ has e rtball
                                                                                                        s                    Conducting     the pro ram in accordance with NAIA, NCAA                                                           EDUCATION, ATHLETICS AND
I--The                  Council of hy Group Presi               coach. Primary res nsibilities till Include
dents invttes applications          for a IO~month              assrstmg head coat r with practice or anua
                                                                                                                             and institutional     rues and regulations.
                                                                                                                             academic welfare of the student-athlete.
                                                                                                                                                                                      for the
                                                                                                                                                                                     duties as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RECREATIONAL SPORTS
internshi      Duties include amistitin with S                  tion, pradice -ions.          pre-season sh BI8 pm
League Pcotball and basketball pu% Itctty as                      ram. recmlting. scouting. counseling. on                   assigned by the athletics director.
wll as a wide range d administrative auign~
mena. The successful candidate till have
                                                                it e tloor cmchmg.          camp admmistratlon.
                                                                  ublic relaUons and pwr season programs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       HEAD TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY
-“encc        I” a spans lnfom-atlon ofhce or a
similar setting. Interested candidates should
                                                                La chelois degree and Dwwon I v
                                                                reqlnd.      Salary cammcns”rate          VI quaIn
                                                                                                                             INSTRUCTION:      Teach health and health education   in the                                                COACH/PHYSICAL   EDUCATION
                               samples and referen.             cations and experience Send letter of appl!.                 physical education program of the School of Education.
ces to: Constance A.                                            cauan.       resume.       and
                                                                                                   two    letters     of                                                                                                                              AND
                                                                Jim Vulvano. Director of Athleucs and Head
                                                                Basknbsll Coach. North Carolina S&e Unl
                                                                                                                             QUALIFICATIONS:               s
                                                                                                                                                    Master’ degree required in health and/
                                                                                                                             or physical education. Ability to establish a good rapport and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        HEAD WOMEN’ SOCCER COACH/
                                                                verity, Department of Athlebcs, 5x 8501,
                                                                Ralengh. North Cardtne 276958501.                Equal       effective working relationship     with players, administrators,                                                PHYSICAL EDUCATION
8pm--d-                                                         Oppanuniry/AfRmtiv              Action Employer.             university facult   staff, alumni, professional colleagues and
lh Axr&imt       USC.Cmstal Camlma Collqle                      Adstant        &m’ s BdcetbaU          Coach. USC                                                                                                                     SUNY Plattsburgh enrolls approximately      6,000 students and
1s acccprlng appllcauans for a spblu Infor                      Cbastal Carolina College is acceptin              appb       the general pu i?IIC. Proven organizational,     administrative,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      conducts thirteen intercollegiate sports for men and women.
                                                                cationsfora men’      ssrunstant bask&n 9 coach              recruiting and coaching skills.
Re~vbdwsmcludc             +dlt”e   newsmedla                   for an NCAA Division I schml. Qualifications,                                                                                                                         The College is a Division Ill member of the NCAA and a
for 2 men and women s varstty sports at an                                s
                                                                Bachelor’ degree requwed: Master’ degree    s                                                                                                                         member of the State University of New York Athletic Confer-
NCAA Dmslon I school. Includes news re                          ~$p~-~~“~i~~~;~uf&~s                                         SALARY: Commensurate                       with experience          and qualifications.
leases. statistics, publications and adminis                                                                                                                                                                                          ence. Plattsburgh IS located in upstate New York on the shores
t&we dubes Bachelor’ degree wtb -r.                             and academic excellence. Salary comrnen                                                                                                                                                                  s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      of Lake Champlain and is an hour’ drive from Lake Placid, NY,
,cnce required salary commensurate           wrh                nurate with        rience and q&llhcabons.                   APPLICATIONS:     Letters of application, a current resume, five
eqxrience and qualifications      Deadline: April               Deadl~nc. AnilT 0.1988. please send resume                                                                                                                            Burlington, VT, and Montreal, Canada.
 IO. 1988. Please send resume and lrferences                    and refer&es    to. Buddy Sax=< Dwector of                   references and complete transcript should be sent by April 1,
tw Buddy Sasser. Director of Athletics, USC                     Athlcbcs. USC Ccastal Carolina Cdl    e. PO                  1988, to: Tom Pucci, Athletic Director, University of South                                               Responsibilities for each position include: organization, admin-
Coastal Carollila Cdl        e. P.O. Box 1959.                  5x 1954. Conway. South Carolma “i 9526.
Conway. South Carolina =3 9526. USC Coastal                     USCCoasLsl Carolina College is an EOE/AA                     Carolina at Spartanburg, Spartanburg, SC 29303.                                                           istration, and supervision of an intercollegiate athletics program
Carolina College IS an EOOFJAA Employer                         Employer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       and teaching courses in an elecbve physical education program.
                                                                                                                             USCS is an Affirmative                 Action/Equal         Opportunity           Employer                             s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The women’ soccer coach urlll also serve as an assistant coach
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       in a winter sport.
   ASSISTANT FOCKBALL                                                                   COACH                                                                                                                                          Qualifications                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       include a Bachelor’ Degree with a Master’      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       De ree in physical education preferred; successful coaching
      EAST STROUDSBURG                                                     UNIVERSITY                                                       ASSISTANT FOOTBALL and                                                                     an 3 teaching experience; demonstrated     ability to work effec-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       tlvely with student/athletes,  faculty, administrators   and the
                                                                                                                                                 SWIM COACH                                                                            community, demonstrated leadership ability; and dedication to
  Full-time temporary position at East Stroudsburg University.                                                                                                                                                                         direct and coach a high quality mtercollegiate program.
  Responsible for coaching the offensive line, scouting, recruiting                                                                               (One Position)
  and counseling spring football. Additional assignments under                                                               Assignment:  1. Assistant in football and assistant or head                                               Rank and Salary: Each position carries qualified academic rank
  the direct supervision of the Head Football Coach.                                                                         swim coach. 2. P.E. Instructor; spring sport or pool director.                                            (non-tenure track) and an academic year commitment;       Salay
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       will be commensurate  with experience and qualifications.
  Bachelor’ degree required. Higher degrees preferred. Must
           s                                                                                                                  R uirements:    Previous high school or college                               experience
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Submit letter of application, resume, transcript and three
  have a broad knowledge of football. Minimum of four years’                                                                    9                s
                                                                                                                              pre erably a master’ degree.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       current letters of recommendation. Deadline is April 1,19BB, or
  experience in coaching. Ability to effectively recruit, relate to
                                                                                                                              Ap     intment:   Nine-month      non-faculty full-time    osition.                                      until suitable candidate is found.
  and work with student-athletes   from all ethnic backgrounds.
  Also responsible for maintaining effective public relations.                                                                Ful p”
                                                                                                                                   benefits, salary competitive    with comparable jo fl s.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mr. Peter Luguri
                                                                                                                              Ap ication Deadline: Write before March 26. Send resume                                                                         Acting Director of Athletics
  Salary: $23,000 plus excellent                              benefit package.                                                an cf minimum of two (2) Current letters of recommendation                                                              c/o Office of Personnel/Affirmative                    Action
                                                                                                                              to:                                                                                                                                  SUgY btts~gh
  Forward resumes, recommendations    and lnqulnes by April 11,
  to: Coach Dennis C. Douds, Football Office, East Stroudsburg                                                                                                    Bob Hatch                                                                                      Plattsbur$:         New York 12901
  University, E&t Stroudsburg, PA 18301.                                                                                                                Athletio   Director and Chair
                                                                                                                                                       Department     PE. and Athletia                                                                     QUALIFIED ETHNIC                   MINORITIES
  East Stroudsburg   University is an Affirmative Action/Equal                                                                                                   Bates College                                                                              ARE ENCOURAGED                     TO APPLY
  Opportunity  Employer complying with federal and state laws.                                                                                             Lewiston, Maine 04240
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       SUNY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY/
  Women and mlnontles are strongly encouraged to apply.
                                                                                                                                        Bates College           is an Erjual Opportunity              Employer                                          AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER
22          THE NCAA NEWS/March                     Q, 1988

                                                    immedbtely.  Equal OppoKunlty/Mfirmabve                                                                                                                             transcripts and names and phone numbers
                                                    Acuorl Employw                                          teach and manag6young         people Responsi.                                                              d three rderenccs    to. Bruce hlllson. AD.
                                                                                                            MIIUes:Compkte      resoondbilityforcoaching.         Oppoltunity Emplaycr. Aease send ktters of            Colorado School of Mines. Golden. Colorado
                                                                                                                                                                  II plications. resume, tranwnptr   and letters        004OI Minorltics arc cncour&Jed 10 appty.
The Market                                          Swimming                & Diving
                                                                                                            recruiting s&j related duties iti the Intercdl~~
                                                                                                              iaP swtm program at the Urnted States Air
                                                                                                            &ce Acc.dery. S+rfr Commensumte               with
                                                                                                                                                                  of recommmdabons       to: R. Jack Behringcr,
                                                                                                                                                                  Rrector of AthleUcs, Crow City College,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        me Colorado School of Mines is an Amrma
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Uve AcUon/Equal Oppoltwvty  Employer                      Nebraska 66182. University of
                                                                                                            operiencc    an abnkty. Send letter of applica        Grow City, Pennsytvania 16127.                                                                                  Omaha is an ARirmaUve Ac+on/Equal          Op
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  potiun~ty Employer
Continued from puge 21                                                                                      bon and r.zsum to Lt. Col. Mickl Hogw.
                                                                                                            Assimnt AthbUc Dmrector. United States Air
recamrrtendation   by March 25. 1966. to
Gene Castrmilb. Director of Athletics, Alfred
                                                    time. nine month appointment.          Starting sal.    FOKC Academy, Cdorado Springs, Colorado               Track & Field
Univcnity, Alfred, New York 14802. Alfred
                                                    my: Commensurate
                                                                                wth er rience and
                                                                      Position Availab r e: August 21,
                                                                                                             19a3. E!qual Opportwllty Employer                                                                                                          CoKh: 0 part time         Wrestling
University IL an Affwmatwe Act~on/Equsl              1988 Head coach is responslblc               for all   w          (irrlmmine Coachz Full-time acade.         limulTiadrmdWC,WestemOngan
Oppoltun~ty Employer                                aspeas of the swimmin           program. m&ding                                                               Slate toll      c. Responsible for all aspects of     Uons for the pasitlon of heed coach of this               Hrad WteatEng Coach: Quakflcabonc       Bathe.
                                                                                                            mic year pxltlon       in Dbision I Men’ ands                                                               Division I. Big East Conference member
                                                    program planning. dew 7opment, administra                                                                                ‘8.           s
                                                                                                                                                                  rv,Uonal CB ,bcr men’ and women’ track    s                                                                     lois degree wth coaching             rience in
                                                                                                            Women’   s summing        programs. Bnccslaw                                                                team. mC SuCCCdUl                        must ha=
                                                    tion and staff management.            Conduct the        reatc degree required. Successful coaching           and field teams at NAIA Division I college.                                      0ppiiC0nt                      college or at national level. 7 usr have 8
                                                          ram in adherence with Unwerslty, Big                                                                    Teach physwl         education service. activity      r              apd a tbons$~~wie$e                   of   proven record m ability to lead a collegiate
Soccer                                              ET t Conference and NCM policies, proce
                                                                                                            exprriencc requmd. Assist in administration
                                                                                                            and recrwbng as pcmwtted             NCAA. Appli.     and theory counes. Master’ d ree I” phyw
                                                                                                                                                                                                 s                               regubbons. Ra          ns,bil,bcs inc udc.       wrestling program. recruit, teach and manage
                                                    dures and regulations. ldenti and recrult the                                                                 cal education. health or rel&d ;B eld required.       coaching. recruting. sc edulmg and budget                 young men. Respons~bdities Complete R
                                                                                                            cation deadline: April 15.1 92 Send ktter of                                                                management. Flcav send resumcandthree
Md~kdtySomcrCmchFart&rr/non~                        academically       quakfied an 2 highly skilled         spplicauon. resume and three references to            doctorate desirable. Experience at toll          e                                                              sponsibility for coaching. mrulbng      and re
              i?l~ical & HcallhEd
tu M Depsrlment:                                    student.athlete      Establish and maintain an                                                                level preferred      Ninemonth                -k
                                                                                                                                                                                                      tenure trac ,     letters of recommendation            to Ma      Anne      lated dubes m the intercollegiate     wesUing
                                                                                                             Louis R Walker, Jr. Head Conch. Archbold                                                                                     rlnwnt of Athletics, 7 ~llanova
ucation Dwision of lntercolleg~ate Athletics        environment that is conducive to the acade                                                                    begins September        15. $23,ooO mlnimum.                                                                    program at the United States An Force
Pnncnpal Dubew Coachin       Activities consis      mic success of the student&hkle             Dcveiop                                                           Send letter, vlte and three lettzrs of recom                                   PA 19085 Apphcabon               Academy. Salary Commensurate        with “pe
tent with a successful    8 itis~on Ill men’    s   and rrwntdm effective interadion with stu                                                                     mend&on                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                 by April I, to: President’ ORlcc.      Deadline: March 15, 1968.                                 nence and ability Send letter of ap IicaUon
soccer program. Dubes Include or anizin             dents. pew., faculty. edmwustrators. alumni                                                                   WOSC. Manmouth.            Oregon 97361       AAJ     ~Ukmen’  s~Coach.Univenityd                               and resume to Lt. Cal. MI&I Hague. R mstmt
prsct~ce sers~ons. supervising        SCt cdul 23   and~epubllc.Limited.appmpriateteaching                                                                        EOE                                                   Nebraska at Omaha. Powbon. Head Women’              s     Athletic Dwector. UnIted States Air Force
garner, exknswe offcampus and oncampus              responsiblitieo. assigned vlrou h the depan             Adsbot      Swim Conch. Requires four year            H&TndrConch/-                     FcmtbnUCorh         Volleyball Coach/lnrrbvaor       in Health. physical
recrutmg and pnforming       related adminis        ment of physical educaUon. LJ akfications               college degree: ptious       conchin   erperi.        IDden.&.     Colorado   School of Mmes. Term          Education or Recreation. Qalification:           Man
trabve functions  Minimum       QallflcaUons.                             s
                                                    required. Bachelor’ degree Minimum               two    ence: and st-ong swm related bat %I round.                                                                      s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ter’ Degree strongly preferred I” physIcal                1986 Equal Opponunity      Employer
                                                        OR’ coaching experience at the college              Duties: Assist head coach in team manage                                                                    education or related field Demonstrate sue
        s degree m Phyxal
Bachelor’                             Education
                                                     evel. or Ave years’ at the high school level or
                                                    1”                                                      ment. recruitment and scholarship mbted                                                                     ccssful coaching and teaching at the second
and/or s~grvhcant coaching or competitive
                                                                                                            student matters. Deadline for applications                                                                  ary or college level. Must show evidence of
                                                    related equwaknt        expenence with demon
                                                    strated knowbdgc of swimming and dwng.                  April I. 1939 Salary commensurate     with ex                                                               strong ~nterpermnal communication               skills    Physical Education
~omn,ensurak        with background.                conditioning      and rrammg. practice. meet               rience. Send resume to Univemity of Ala.                                                                 Responsibilities:    Develop and maintdin all
                                                    admmmtrabon         and the ability to coach the        c me Employment      Office. F!O. Box 6163,                                                                 phases d the volfe+ll         program mcludtng            me u*             of New Hampshire      ~nvltes
Date. @I 0.1988. To App           Send letter of
mtcrest and resume to’ Pau ? Bobb. Director         highty skilled athlete Prefemd: Bachelor’         s     Tuualm~a.Alabama354876163.An~qual                                                                           schedulin . bud etmg, fund raising. promo                 applIC.tlOns “Ior an Instructor (non.tenure
of Athletics/J 20. The City College of CUNY,        degree I” phyxal       educabon or related held         Oppon”nlty/Affirmat       Action Employer.                                                                  lions, pu lit reations,       dirccling     summer        track) in Phyxal Education Beginning date
Convent Avenue at 130fh Street. New York,                   s
                                                    Master’ degree !n related field Previous                                                                      coachlng.supemaon.recruiting.         budgeting,      camps. and so wwon of full.bme as~stant                   Au ust 22.1968 Duties include: Head dep<s
N.Y. 10031. An          ual Opportunity   (M/F),    erpenence      as head coach at a Dltision I                                                                  organnation      and administration      of. Foot     co.rh,*~rl~hindaf~rU.hradmach                             un I ergraduate athleuc tra,n,ng opoon. one
Affirmsbve Action ? mploycr                         Instltuuon. Please send letter of appl~caoon.           NCAA Divls~on Ill school of I&al        a& and        ba~~work”nderIhcdirrctlonofheadcoach                  is hired. Academic assignment will include                of hve departmental     opbons m the major:
Assl.bnt      Men’ Soccer Coach: Fullwne
                  s                                 resume. three letters of reference and the              scrence lnwtes applications for the position          and/or defensive cmrdmator          with              teaching undergraduate courses ,n the he&h.               teach basic and advanced athletic training
academic year poslbon in DIWISIO~ I Men’        s   names. addresses and telephone numbers                                     s
                                                                                                            of head women’ swimming and women’             s      responsibilities    to be assigned                    [~Js$ +&bon             or recreabon p’ am   ~8’          courses for ma,ors. admmlster student cl~rucal
Soccer      rcgram Baccalsureate degree re          of three individuals who may be contacted               softball coach for the academic year 1968.            reputing Teach in physical educarian setice                0 IS Dwwon II and a member of the orth               experiences and intemshlps: assume some
quimd P uccessful coachmg expenence re              for funher Inform&on        to: Max Unck. Due&x         89 This is B full&me position with the follow               ram. Cthcr dubcs as may be essagned             Central Conference. Sala            Commensurate          clinical responnibilibes with the Division of
quwed. -1st m admm&ration         and recruiting    of Athldics,    I33 Olsen Building. Iowa State          ing additional reyansibilitics.    recruiUng of                          head. Be familiar wiU?cd           ~0th qual,hcat,ons and bat          round DendIne         AthleUcs and Recreauonal Sports. Mn quals.:
                                                    university, Ames. Iwa 50311. The applicauon             female, athletes. teachmq ;me           physwl                  the r&s and regulabons as ap kca            for Apylichons.     March 24k00,        or ‘
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   heredie,               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Master’ degree in athlelic training. physical
~~~~e;‘ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~:                            deadkne 1s March 30. 1986                                                                                     bk of the NCAA, NAlA and RMAC.                 ank:   unbl ti led Effectwe. August 15.1988 Ap+
                                                                                                            educabon classes and a s I ht mvolvement                                                                                                                              cducat~on. phyxal therapy or related prdes
resume and three references to %~othj                                                                       with Ihe women’ inhmura
                                                                                                                              s             program. QuaI         Instructor Assistant Professor. Sala         Corn     cation: Please send letter of application.
Hankinson.   Head Soccer Coach. Manley                  s
                                                    elor’ degree &h coaching -rience                  in                    sdegreepr&rred
                                                                                                            ificatiorwMaster’                       Salaryis      ~Ubve for rank. Send letters of a~       ‘ Icabon.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Y           ~sume,lrsnscnptandthreelettersof              recom.             See The Market, page 23
Field House. S acuse University. Syracuse.          colkgeorUS      stimming.Musthawapraccn
NW York 132 42 +020 Scmnlng      will b+            rccord~nab~l~tytokadscdleg~atemen‘sand

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          EXECUi-lVE DIRECtOR
                                                                                                                         ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER
 BEAUTlFUL SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA                                                                                                                                                                                                               OF ATHLETICS
                                                                                                                          PACIFIC-10 CONFERENCE                                                                                                   WHEATON COLLEGE
                                                                                                             The Pacific-10 Conference    is acceptin    applications for the                                             Wheaton College is accepting applications and nominations for
                           OFFERS COACHING/                                                                  position of Assistant Commissioner    mt-I? primary responsibil-                                             the position of Executive Director of Athletics. The College is
                           TEACHING POSITION                                                                 lties for administration  of the Conference’   s     program for                                             located in Norton, Massachusetts,      approximately  35 miles
                                                                                                             women’ sports and Conference Championships.                                                                  south of Boston and 15 miles north of Providence.
 MiraCosta Community College, Oceanside, California, is now
 taking applications for a full-time tenure track position requiring                                          The Assistant Commissioner       will report to the Commissioner.                                           The Executive Director of Athletics will be responsible for
 a Master’ Degree in Physiology of Exercise or related field, and                                             Primary responsibilities will include communication         with the                                                               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          expanding Wheaton’ current athletics department for women
 track and/or cross country coaching experience.                                                                                          s
                                                                                                              administrators of women’ programs on the campuses of the                                                    into a comprehensive       co-educational program of Division ill
                                                                                                              Conference’  s    members;     admlnistration    of all Conference                                          intercollegiate teams, intramural s rts, recreational athletics
 Telephone         for application         to:                                                                Championship                              s
                                                                                                                                  events, except men’ basketball; liaison with                                            and instruction.      The Executive f? [rector must have senior
                              Director of Personnel                                                           the Administrative       Commmittees      for men and women as                                              management, supervisoy, and communication           skills, a proven
                        Telephone 619/757-2121, ext: 473                                                      appropriate;    liaison with coaches’ roups and committees as                                               record of building strong intercollegiate and intramural pro-
                                                                                                              assi ned; assistance with the Con Berence’ Corporate Spon-
                                                                                                                                                             s                                                            grams, and a commitment           to the educational mission of a
 Application         Deadline: May 2, 1988.                                                                   sorsvi IP program, and promotion        and media services for the                                          liberal arts college. Recruiting, coaching and teaching experience
                                                                                                              Conferences              s
                                                                                                                                women’ sports program.                                                                    in a college-level co-educational setting are desirable.
                                                                                                              Supervision of the officiating programs for women’ s                                      sports            The Executive Director reports to the Dean of Students and
                                                                                                              also will be a duty of the Assistant Commissioner.                                                          will plan the development       of new facilities, supervise the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          coaching, teaching, and administrative staff of the department,
                                                                                                              A bachelor’ degree is required, as is experience in adminis                                                 and direct athletics recruitment      of men and women for
                                                                                                              tration of, and public relations for, women’ sports.                                                        lntercollegate   teams. Duties may include coaching men’        s
                                                                                                              %bry:       Commensurate               with qualifications            and experience.                       teams in their initial season. Salay will be commensurate with
     Coach and cwrdlnate highly compebbve Dw~on Ill soccer program lnCludlnQ
                                                                                                              Application          Deadline:         March       31,1988.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Send letter of application, resume and salary history by March
     soccer summer camp and communrty youth soccer program. teach and                                         Starting      Date: As soon as possible after selection.                                                     25, 1988, to Director of Human Resources, Wheaton College,
     implement aquatIc acwlttes Ouakhcabons Bachelor’ In physIcal educabon01
     relateddegree demonstratedsuccess as soccer coach (NSCAA or USFA                                                                                                                                                      Norton, MA 02766.
                                                                                                              Letter of application,              resume and three letters of reference
     coaching IIC pfrd), exp in teachingaquatlc actubes (Amer Red Cross ceri
                                                                                                              to:                                                                                                               Wheaton College is an Equal Opportunity       Employer
     req ). excellentcommunlcabons skills. ablllty to recut students. master’
     dewable                                                                                                                                                                                                                and actively solicits applications from minorities and women
                                                                                                                                   Thomas C. Hansen, Commissioner
     NJIT does not dtscnmmate on lhe basis of sex. race. color, handlcap, natmnal or                                                     Pacific-10 Conference
     elhntc ongm or age m employment

     Send resume PersonnelBox PES                                                                                                     Z~iF:“,,“,i~%YZ2%%
                                                                                                              The Pacific-10 Conference                   is an Equal Opportunity                Employer.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     INDIANA STATE UNIVERSIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Director of Athletics
                             Newark. New Jersey 07102
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Qualifications:    Indiana State University is seeking a Director
                                                                                                               PORTLAND                             STATE UNIVERSITY                                                      of Athletics with a proven record in the following areas:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          promotion       and marketing,    organizational   abilities, fiscal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          responslblllties    and competence,      personnel management
      S                                                                            COACH                                         ATHLETICS                       DIRECTOR                                                 and the public relations ability to deal with a wide variety of
                University         of Massachusetts/Amherst                                                                                                                                                               publics.
                                                                                                              Portland State University invites nominations and applications
 Conhad         Length:       Calendar-Year         Appointment.                                              for the position of Director of Athletics. The DIrector, who                                                A candidate must be able to administer the s rts program of
 Employment            Date: As Soon As Possible.                                                             reports directly to the President, supervises a professional and                                            intercollegiate   competition    in football, bas ITetball, baseball,
                                                                                                              support staff of 30. Responsibilities    of the position Include                                            track, cross count      and tennis for men, and cross country,
 Qualifications: Master’ degree preferred, Bachelor’ degree
                        s                             s                                                       oversight of all men’ and women’ Intercollegiate athletics
                                                                                                                                      s              s                                                                    softball, tennis, bas7 etball, track and volleyball for women.
 from an accredited institution required. Successful basketball                                               other than club sports, assistance in fund-raising and public
 coachin     experience (higher education preferred). Ability to                                              relations activities, and coordination wth the School of Health                                             A candidate will be expected to conduct the athletics program
 success Bully complete the administrative tasks of the position.                                             and PhysIcal Education of athletic facilities use and planning.                                             in a manner which complements                           s educa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the student-athlete’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tional objectives and the educational goals of Indiana State
 ResponsibiliGes~ Assistant                                           s
                                            Coach of the University’ Division I                               Portland State intends to petition for Division I status (Div. I-AA                                         University; will work with the University Athletic Committee in
 Women’ Basketball Team.                     The University is a member of the                                                              s
                                                                                                              for football), adding men’ basketball in 199C-1991. Currently                                               the evaluation/formulation     of policies regarding athletics;
 Atlantic   10 Conference.                  Coaching,     recruiting,   scouting,                             the University      participates  in 12 Intercollegiate  sports at                                          and will supervise the staff of the Office of Intercollegiate
 academic counseling     and                 other duties as assigned by the                                  D&Ion                            s                    s
                                                                                                                        ll level (Div. I in men’ baseball, women’ basketball).                                            Athletics.
 head coach.
                                                                                                              Applicants should have at least five years of experience in                                                 Indiana State University is a Division I (I-AA Football) member
          Commensurate      with experience and qualifications.                                               athletic administration   or related fields. They should have                                               of the NCAA and a member of the Missouri Valle Conference
 -?‘          benefits include health and dental insurance,                                                   strong fiscal and marketing skills, be able to work effectively to                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          in men’ sport competition     and of the Gatewa i soyference in
 membership      in Massachusetts    State Retirement   System,                                               involve students, alumni, and the business community in the                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          women’ sports and football. The Director of thlehcs reports
 vacation, sick leave and personal leave.                                                                     athletic program, and should be prepared to coach at least one                                              to the President of the University.
                                                                                                              sport. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
 Deadline For Sub mission Of Application: April 8.1988.                                                       Applicants should send resumes, letters stating interest and                                                Sab . Competitive                    and commensurate                 with experience          and
                                                                                                              names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least three                                                    qualZations.
 Application: Please submit letter of application
                                                listing relevant
 specific experiences in coaching and recruitin . Also submit                                                 references.                                                                                                 Deadline: April 8, 1988. Applications                            received after this date
 detailed resume, supporting documents, and i! e names and                                                    Portland State University, with student enrollment of 16,000 is                                              may not be given consideration.
 telephone numbers of three references to:
                                                                                                              a doctorate-    antinq comprehensive    university located in a                                             Starting        Date: July l,l!X38.
           Chairperson, Search Committee (Basketball-W)                                                                        n
                                                                                                              tree-lined ur ?Fa setting in downtown      Portland. For more
                 Department of Athletics/lnbamurals                                                           information contact:                                                                                        Application procedures:                      A letter of application, resume, and
                             Bo den Building                                                                                                                                                                              names and addresses                        of three references should be mailed
                                                                                                                                           Jon MandaviUe, Chair                                                           to:
                 University of La ssachusetts/Amherst                                                                             Athletic Director Search Committee
                           Amherst,MA01003                                                                                              c/o Department of History                                                                                           Paul T. Ed erton
 Letters of recommendation   are useful in the screening                                                                                 Portland State University                                                                                 Vice President for 8 tudent Affairs
 process but may be deferred if desired. Nominations   are                                                                                      P.O. Box 751                                                                                          Administration  Building 310
 encouraged.                                                                                                                                Portland, OR 97207                                                                                          Indiana State Univeni
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Terre Haute, Indiana 47 2 09
                                                                                                                                 Portland State University is an
                                                                                                                         Equal Opportunity/Affirmative  Action Employer.                                                           An Equal Opporhtni@/AffirmaUve                             Action Employer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       THE    NCAA NEWS/March s, 1~88                         23
                                                     program Qualrhcatronr: Pnor coach,”            u        and rem~su~n ortuition. Pos~tlon lsaallabie     ability to teach Kinesloi     Adapted Phyxcai                                                          Guarantee. Contad. Oscar Lcws, Head 5s
                                                     perience and acceptance by the gr a.2 vote              August 15.1988. To apply. send resume and                                 “%:
                                                                                                                                                             Education. NuLlluon an tie&h         Teaching                                                          kctbdl Coach. 301/609d435
                                                        hool Remuneration:
                                                     F3.920 stipend. A&c.bons.
                                                                                Tuition waiver Pius          names of three references to: Sandra P          assignment represents      213  of me appcmt.                                                          WOllldS        Bsske~      ~ nhision       Ill ~
                                                                                      Send a letter of                                                       men, begmmg        August 15. 1900 Coaching
The Market                                           spplrsban.
                                                                    resume and three letters of w
                                                                       to: Veronica Hammersmith,
                                                                                                             Worth. Assaciate Alhlebc Trsmer. Urweo~
                                                                                                             of Maryland. PO Box 295. Coil
                                                                                                             207400295       Deadltnc for
                                                                                                                                                             expertise tn Soccer, Wo,men’ Basketball dr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Fadbsa DMdan II. Narfolk State Unwen~ty
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     F&burg    State University ~ Fnxtburg. Mary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    land has o mngs in two tournaments
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    vember I r 20. 1988; January 6 7. 1989
                                                     Volleyball C-h.     287 Coluum.    West VI lnla         April 8.19&3. EOE/AA                                                                               has an opemng on Ocrober 29, l9B3 Con               Cantacr. Jim Crawi               s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Women’ Basketball
                                                     Unwers~ty, Morgantown. WestMrginia 26 5.    ?a          Graduate Assistant. Allegheny College is        member msbtubon m the Sunshine State               tad: Willard B&y       Athlebc Dlrecror/Head        Cmch, 301/&39446 T There wll be a Guar
Continuedfrom               page 22                  Gi-duatc Adstmt        - Worn’ s    Ten&v Re            seeking a graduate assistant to help coach      Canference. Letter of a Ilc.bon. resume.           Ccxh. .304/623?3152.                                ante?
sion: NATA certification: at least three yeam        sprxsibilities include assisting with all phases        the men’ and women’ wmmmg
                                                                                                                       s              s              team    .3cademK tm”U”pts.  w&e      current kners         Womc,-~b bnkhll.        DMrlan I. Northeastern      iWmen3     Bwk&ll.        Nonh bakota Stare
                                                                                                             Asststantshlp yllll carry a tuition waiver to   of recommendation   by March 25. 1983. b:          Uwersity seebng contest far November 26.            Unweo,ty needs one team to complete field
teaching and clinical suptis~on    in an athktic     da Division I ~roaram. Position carries a I2
                                                                                                             quakfied candidate in a master’ deducatian
                                                                                                                                            s                Dean. Schml of Arts and Saenccs. Barry             and January 7. in the 1988/09 seawn. Con            for its Annual Holidav Tournament on &
trammg program in higher education. Salary           month tuitian~wa~~er and a supend of $490 a
                                                                                                             program, a stipend and housmg .xc~mnw           gzg        ;~:Eopnd         Avenue. fiaml          tact. Jay Makhodi. 6171437 3000                     cember 30 31. l9&3.‘  C”arantees.      Contact.
commensursle      wth quskficabons and expe
rience Toappfy submitthefollowingbyApri1                                      s
                                                     experience and a bachelor’                              datfons. The poslbon IS ten months in dura.                                                        BaakdWk      Wanted DIVISION I team to play in      Kell, La    an. Au&ant      Basketball Coach.
                                                                                                             lion beginning September I, 1988. and may       Ahi       SW (I-          IS seebng to fill an
15, I QBB: letter d application, N and three                                                                                                                                                                    top tournament I” Pans. France. next Chnst          701123 r” 7804
                                                                                                             be renewed Interested candidates please         InternshIp pcnban wthm the Athletic De rt.
rewmnmcnbtions        written for Lhc positlon                                                                                                               ment under general supmsIo”.      will p r arm     mskember25.26&              27.1988. Call. John     chdsbm~     T-mcnt         ~ The Univenlty of
Send &&I      cdkge banscripts up” request                                                                   forward a resume td Thomas C. Erdos. Swm                                                           Mutchner, Bl2lB7i     I51 I                         Mazzxhusetts     at Amherst and the city of
                                                     West Vk,,n,a   Unwers,ty, PO Box 077. Mar               Coach.Elox34.Alleghen      College.Meadvilie.   work of moderate dllTIculty prowdmg admm.
Noncitizens must include cumnt visa status.                                                                                                                                                                     MS     Ba.skethll.DMdon      I. NC& Texas St&e      Spnngfield. MA, are co hosting a Div I men‘    s
Dr NetI ‘frown.   Dept of Physical Education.                                                                PA 16335. Allegheny ? allege 1s an &ual         Istratwe support to management         officials
                                                                                                                                                             within the de rtment Areas wll Include             Universi    seeks NCAA Dwinion I teams in           basketball tournament       at the SpringfIeld
New Hampshire Hall. Universi d New Ham                                                                       0ppon”nity    Employer.                                                                            Denton. Y exas. I” 198889 sels.2”. Contact          Civic Center 12/28 & 29/B& Spnngfield IS
                                                                                                                                                             Markebng and Ka moban*. Penonnel. Sporls
shire, Durham. NH 03B24. b/062            2079                                                                                                                                                                  LynnAmold.B17/%~3645orR~chMcDuffie.                 the home of the Basketball Hall of Fame. the
UNH 17 an AA/EOE Employer                                                                                                                                    Infomuruon. Academic Se~ces. 0          rattons
                                                     C,d,,atc AssIstant - Bwxcr, Nodheast Mis                                                                and wncus others. Bachelor’     s %egree m         817/5653546                                         NCAA Dw II Baslretball Championshi          and
                                                     souri State Universitv. Kirksville. Missouri.
                                                     seeking graduate as&ant          to work in the
                                                                                                             Miscellaneous                                   Business or related field. Mail resume to                            s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dkwon IU Mm’ Baskettv~II Touw-t-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                January 78.1989. Frostburg State University
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    the Peach Basket T,g off Classc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mclnemey. 413/5452        60.
                                                                                                                                                             AW, Pe~nnel      Department. Temp. Amona
                                                     areas of pracuce. Qames. writer wght tram.
Graduate Assistant                                   mg and Indcor. recrultm and tier duties as              -my                           WTnlrr            85287 before a Ikcatlan deadline of March
                                                                                                                                                             31 1988 A$?s         an Equal opportunity/
                                                     assigned Successful co lege pla ‘ expen n               Ing. Inlnmunb.     or Tuchng/Servicc    in
                                                                                                             Heallh. phydul    Educstbn  OT -.               Aflkative   Ac?ion Empioycr.
cnduate MIan-Am*dc                Trdna Availa       ence desired. Available $ust        1 &I8 Assist.
                                                                                                                                           Dean Robert
blc. Seaember
                   IQ&t. Positnn to assist I”
               a corn rehensive athklic train
                                                     antshIp mcludes tuibon. ees and sti nd.
                                                     Applications     and resume to Dave
                                                     Soccer Cmch Northeast Misswri St?%,:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ASSISTANT FOCJTBALL COACH
mg program far 2 g men’ and wmcn’            s
spats. mcludlng football. NATA cetiwd
wohing toward certification. Waiverdtuitiion
                                                or   varsity, Kid&e,
                                                     Gi-adrute Ad&ant
                                                                         Mi?iuruti 63501. AA/EOE.
                                                                            Athktk Tr&ez The Uni.
                                                                                                                                                             Open Dates                                           Western      Michigan University is se&n F a his?         qualifi+
and fees and a cash sopnd. Please rubmlt             varsity d hryiand,     Colf-ege Park is current
resume and three letters Or reference Lo: Tom        *ccc ung 0 l~cabons for a Grnduate Assist                                                                 s
                                                                                                                                                             &n’    Bask&&      BYU+lawaii    has the follow.     individual to fill the position of Assistant ootba I oath. Thus
Kammslo. Head Athletic Trainer. M&me                 ant LcticTr*iner         to assist staff in non                                                                                                              is a full-time, twelve-month appointment.    Under the direction
Athletic Centez Alfred University, Alfred. NW        revenue sports. Some travel IS requwed
York 14i302.                                         Admission     to the University of bryiand.                                                                                                                  of the head football coach, this individual will assist in practice
Cmdu*tc     hsistant    -Volkyball.    Starimg       Coil e Park Graduate School and N.A.T.A.                                                                                                                     and game planning, player skill development, student-athlete
Date: Au ust 15, 1988. Rensibiiities:
BSSM vol Bevball coach wth all phases of the
                                               To         B
                                                     Ceti ‘ ICctwl IS req”lmd Division I erperience
                                                     preferred. Stipend d a~roximatety         57.700                         HEAD COACH OF MEN%                                                                  recruitment     and maintenance, as well as other areas assigned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  by the head coach.
                                                                                                                                   ICE HOCKEY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     s                s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Qualifications include: 1. Bachelor’ degree [master’ degree
                                                                                                              Responsibilitiw    The Head Coach repolts to the Director of                                        preferred];   2. Three years’ successful collegiate   football
                                                                                                              Athletics and is responsible for the organization, d’evelopment                                     coaching experience or its equivalent; 3. Working knowledge
              DIRECllYR OF                                                                                    and administration   of the intercollegiate ice hockey program.                                     of NCAA r ulations; 4. Excellent organizational and commu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  nication sl%.
          INTERCOLLEGLATE AND                                                                                  mtions:                                                      s
                                                                                                                                     1. Candidate should have a Bachelor’ Degree
                                                                                                                                        (Master’ preferred).                                                      The deadline for receipt of application   is March 18, 1988.
         INTRAMURAL ATHLETICS                                                                                                       2. Successful      background    in coaching
                                                                                                                                        hockey, preferably at the collegiate level.
                                                                                                                                                                                    ice                           Applicants should send a letter of application and a resume
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to: Al Molde, Head Football      Coach, Western Michigan
    Smith College uwites applications for the position of Director                                                                  3. Successful exPerience in the recruiting of
    of Athletics. The Director has responsibility for planning, organiz-                                                                                                                                          University, Kalamazoo, Ml 49008.
    ing, developing and mamtammg a comprehensive program of                                                                         4. Ability to relate well to the college commu-                               Western Michigan University                     is an Affirmative        Action/Equal
    athletics and intramural sports for women. The Dwector is also                                                                      nity, including students, faculty and alumni                              Opportunity Employer.
    responsible for program development, budgeting. purchasing, use                                                                     as well as the general public and media is
    of facilities. scheduling, eligibility and staff development. There

    may be an opportunity for teaching in the graduate program In
                                                                                                                                    5. Knowledge       of and commitment      to com-
    Exercise and Sport Studies. Reference will be given to candldatea
    with administrative experience and a completed advanced degree.                                                                     pliance with all ECAC and NCAA regula-
    The posltion begins August 1, 1988. A letter of applicatmn, cur-                                                                    tions.
    rlculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation should be                                                                    6. Dedication to the full academic development
    submitted to: Linda Rainviiia, Athletic Diructor Search Com-                                                                        of the student-athletes in the program.
    mittee, Ainsworth Gymnasium, Smith College, Northampton,
    Massachusetts 01063.
                                                                                                              sahry:      Commensurate            with qualifications         and experience.                                                             CONFERENCE
    Review of candidates will begin on April 1.                                                               Appointment          Date: July 1,1988.
   Smith College. a highly seiecf~ve llberai arts college located in                                          Application       Deadline:      April 8,1988.
   Northampton.     Massachusetts.    with 2,500 students, is a residen-
   tlai college for women. Known for 11s     high academic standards for                                      Persons interested in applying should send their letters of                                         The Southern Conference IS now accepting                             nominations         and
   113 years, Smith fields 15 intercoliegtate varsity teams: basketball,                                      application, personal resume and three letters of recommen-                                         applications for the position of:
   crew, cross country, field hockey, gymnastics, lacrosse, riding, ski-                                      dation to:
   lng, soccer, softball, squash, swimming and diving, tennis. track                                                                                                                                                      ASSISTANT COM.MISSIONER/
                                                                                                                                           Mr. Richard S&ala
   and field, and volleyball   The College IS a Division ill participant
   In the NCAA, ECAC, NEW 8 Conference, MAIAW and NIAC. Smith                                                                              Director of Athletics
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        DIRECTOR OF SERVICE BUREAU
   College is an Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities and women                                                                            Union College                                                       Report to the Commissioner.
   are lnvlted to apply                                                                                                                  Schenectady, NY 12308                                                    Responsibllitles include the promotion    and publicity of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Conference and its activities, working primarily through radio,
                                                                                                                              Union Co   e Is An Aflinnative                  Action/
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  television, press and related media.
                                                                                                                                       % ppomnityEwWer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Compile weekly in-season sports statistics with brief story for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  distribution to the media, the NCAA and other outlets.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Prepare special releases to include stories on Conference
                                                                                                                                   SEARCH REOPENED                                                                meetings, championships, tournaments, outstanding perform-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ances, coaches of the year, outstanding players, athlete of the
                                                                                                                          Columbia University                                                                                        s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  year,. Commissioner’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  special honors.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Cup, All-Conference    Teams and all
                          COMMISSIONER                                                                                 In The City O f New Yodk                                                                   Coordinate selection of conference                     player of the week during
               ASSOCIATION OF                                                                                       Columbia/Barnard           s
                                                                                                                                          Women’                                                                  football and basketball season.
        M ID-CONTINENT UNlVERSl-l-lES                                                                                     Athletic Consortium                                                                     Make annual calls on media in all cities considered                               primary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  news outlets of Conference schools.
 The Association      of Mid-Continent    Universities (AMCU8)                                                  Assistant Sports Information Director
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Exercise full responsibility for the accurate and punctual
 invites applications and nominations for the position of Corn-
 missioner. The Commissioner         is the Chief Administrative
                                                                                                                         For Women’ Athletics                                                                     preparation and diitribution  of Conference press guides for
 Officer of the Conference and is selected by the Council of                                                  Major Reponsibifii:          Include workin          with the Associate                             football and basketball plus any others designated by the
 Delegates (Presidents and Directors of Athletics) of member                                                  Director for home event management Bor Women’ Athletic          s                                   Conference.
 institutions consisting of Cleveland State University, Eastern                                               events, and with the S rts tnformation                  Director on the                             Appear at Conference     Champlonshlp    events and insure
 Illinois University, Southwest Missouri State University, Valpa-                                             production                   r
                                                                                                                             of News reeases of upcoming                events, feature                           results are forwarded to the wire services and other major
 raise University, University of Illinois-Chicago,    University of                                           stories and hometowners            of all womens           intercollegiate                          outlets.
 Northern     Iowa, University    of Wisconsin-Green      Bay and                                             athletio;   Coordinate     production      of brochures and home
 Western Illinois University.                                                                                 game programs as it pertains to editorial content. Assist in                                        Maintain      up-todate        picture file and library.
                                                                                                              maintenance of all statistics. Coordinate photo needs such as
 The Commissioner reports to the                       President .of the Council of                              icture days and other assignments. Assist with all office                                        Attend Conference              meetings         and professional         organizational
 Delegates and is responsible for the                  supeivision of the following                           p..                                                                                                 meetings.
                                                                                                                unctions, lncludlng record-keepin            computerized         produc-
 men’ sports: basketball, baseball,                     swimming, crosscountry,                               tion of information    (statistics, recor ff s, releases, etc.) Maintain
 indoor and outdoor track, soccer,                     golf and tennis.                                                                                                                                           Compile Conference All-Academic                        selections and forward              to
                                                                                                              up-to-date    files on all athletes, team and staff. Perform all                                    appropriate persons and outlets.
 Candidates must possess a bachelor’ degree with graduate
                                          s                                                                   other duties as assigned by the Director of tntercdlegiate
 degree(s) desirable. In addition to having a thorough under-                                                 Athletics.                                                                                          Work with Commissioner promoting and publicizing all Tour-
 standing and appreciation of academic institutions and intercoIL                                                                                                                                                 naments  helping to coordinate all radio and television of same.
 legiate athletics,     candidates    should   also have strong                                                                                                                                                   In conjunction      with or as assigned by the Commissioner,
 administrative,  interpersonal,   communicational,    promotional                                                                                                                                                maintain continual liaison with conference CEO’        s, faculty
 and marketing skills, as well as knowledge of NCAA rules and                                                                                                                                                     representatives,                                 s,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Athletics Directors, PWA’ coaches, and
 regulations governing intercollegiate athletics. Furthermore,                                                                                                                                                    sports information directors, and advise all groups on matters
 the successful candidate will have demonstrated a commitment                                                                                                                                                     related to institutional and Conference publicity and promotions.
 to principles of affirmative action/equal opportunity.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Be prepared to accept other duties and responsibilities                               at the
 Salary for the position will be commensurable with experience                                                                                                                                                    discretion of the Commissioner.
 and qualifications. Starting date will be determined with the
 successful candidate, yet no later than June 1,1988.                                                         Starting Date: As soon as possible.                                                                 Starting date June 1, 1988. Salary commensurate    with back-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ground and experience. A review of applicants will begin
 In order to ensure full consideration, applications or nominations                                           Salary: Competitive;              commensurate           with     experience          and           immediately with the deadline for applications being April 15,
 should be received by March 31, 1988. Letters of application                                                 qualifications.                                                                                     1988.
 should be accompanied by a resume and the names of three
 references:                                                                                                  Send resume and three letten                   of recommendation                to:                 Interested applicants are requested to file a resume                                     and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  nominations are encouraged to contact:
                      Dr. Marshall Gordon, President                                                                                     Ms. Barbara Leshinsky
                 Association of Mid-Continent    Universities                                                                     Acting  Associate Athletic Director                                                                       Dave Hart, Commissioner
                   Southwest Missouri State University                                                                                    Columbia University                                                                               The Southern Conference
                                901 S. National                                                                                      Dodge Physical Fitness Center                                                                        Ten Woodfm Street, Suite 206
                            Springfield, M O 65804                                                                                       New York, N.Y. 10027                                                                                  Asheville, NC 28801

                       AMCU8     is an Equal Opportunity/                                                                    Cdumbia    Univetsity IS Committed                      to                                         The Southern     Conference    is an Equal
                         Affirmative Action Employer                                                               Affirmative   Action And Equal Opportunity                         Programs                                Opportunity   Affirmative   Action Employer
24      THE NCAA NEWS/March Q, 19l38

Iowa measure puts tight controls on sports agents
                   -                                                                                                                                                 payment of anything of value re-
   The Iowa General Assembly is             Under the proposed legislation,      value, or loan money or other prop-          Basically, the restriction would
considering legislation requiring        an athletes’agent wanting to repre-     erty to a student-athlete.                apply until after completion of the       ceived by a student-athlete as an
sports agents to register and regulate   sent an eligible student-athlete                                                                   s
                                                                                                                           student-athlete’ last intercollegiate     inducement to enter into an agency
their activities, and overwhelming       would have to register with the            l Knowingly give false informa-        contest, including postseasongames.       contract.
passageof the measure is expected,       Iowa secretary of state. Upon receipt   tion or make a false promise or              The bill would allow an institution
according to Sen. Larry Murphy,          of the application, the secretary of    representation to any person con-         of higher education in Iowa to spon-         l Refund of any consideration
who chairs the Senate education          state would evaluate and investigate    cerning employment.                       sor athletes’agent interviews on its      paid to the athletes’ agent on the
committee.                               the education, training, experience                                               campus before the student-athlete’    s                  s
                                                                                                                                                                     studenttathlete’ behalf.
   “We need government involve-          and character of the applicant.            l Divide fees with or receive com-     eligibility is completed. Only stu
                                                                                                                                                                        l Payment of reasonable attorney
ment as well as action by the               The registration would be valid      pensation from a professional sports      dent-athletes in their final year of
                                                                                                                                                                     fees and court costs incurred by an
NCAA,” Murphy told a reporter            for one year. The agent would have      league or franchise or its represent-     eligibility could visit with the regis-
                                                                                 ative or employee.                                                                  eligible studenttathlete in suing an
from the Iowa Newspaper Associa-         to pay a filing fee of %250and post a                                             tered sports agents.
                                                                                                                                                                     agent for a violation of the law.
tion news service. He also said he       $25,000 surety bond.                                                                 According to the bill, each uni-
would like to see Congress get in-          An athletes’ agent could not do         l Knowingly publish or cause to        versity would have rules with regard                      s
                                                                                                                                                                        0 An athlete’ agent or other per-
volved.                                  any of the following:                   be published any false, fradulent or      to the time, place and duration of        son who violates the law would be
   The bill is on the Senate calendar,                                           misleading information, representa-       the agent interviews.                     guilty of a serious misdemeanor.
ready for debate.                          l   Pay money, give anything of       tion, notim or advertisement.                An athletes’ agent who violates          The bill also calls upon the state
                                                                                                                           the proposed law would be subject         board of regents to urge the NCAA
Bill seeks to protect school’ income                                                                                       to the following penalties:
                                                                                                                              @Forfeiture of any right of re-
                                                                                                                                                                     to adopt rules to permit the com-
                                                                                                                                                                     pensation of collegiate athletes.
   The TennesseeSenate has taken         a contract had been signed. It also      bill, must be, “Warning: A student-
up a bill holding sports agents and      proposes a 20day period during           athlete signing this contract may
boosters personally liable for the
financial losses they cause schools
                                         which a student could get out of the
                                         contract and possibly regain college
                                                                                  lose his or her eligibility to compete
                                                                                  in intercollegiate athletics.”
                                                                                                                           Committee                         Notices
by persuading student-athletes to        eligibility. The student would be           Tennesseeis one of 18 states that
violate NCAA rules.                      required to repay the sports agent       have passed or are considering              Members institutions are invited to submit nominations to fill interim
   The measure, sponsored by Sen.        any money that changed hands.            sports-agent bills.                      vacancies on NCAA committees. Nominations to fill the following
James Kyle, D-Memphis, was                  Not only does the bill hold the                                                vacancies must be received by Fannie B. Vaughan, executive assistant, in
                                                                                    “We need to do everything we
prompted by a nationwide problem         agents or boosters financially liable                                             the NCAA office no later than March 30.
                                                                                 can to discourage people from prey-
with some sports agents’ signing         for school losses, it also says they                                                 Committee on Infractions: Replacement for Marilyn V. Yarbrough,
                                                                                 ing on these athletes,” Purcell told
students but not advising them to        may be fined three times the value      United Press International.               University of Tennessee,Knoxville, resigned as a member of the committee.
notify their schools. The young ath-     of athletics scholarships furnished                                               Appointee must be a woman.
letes’ schools have been barred from     the student-athletes.                      Only one school in Tennesseehas                s
                                                                                                                              Men’ and Women’ Rifle: Replacement for Carolyn Dixon, Texas
tournaments and bowls, resulting in         Students could no longer claim       a problem. Memphis State Univer-          Christian University, resigned from the committee becauseTexas Christian
lost ticket sales and other revenues.    they did not know they were violat-     sity suspendedstarters Marvin Alex-       University will discontinue its rifle team June I, 1988. Appointee must be
   Once students sign professional       ing the rules of collegiate athletics   ander and Sylvester Gray in               an administrator.
contracts, they are prohibited by        associations. The bill, which has a     December after learning they had                              COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
NCAA rules from playing on ama-          companion in the House sponsored        signed contracts with an Atlanta             Communications    Committee: Sandra T. Shuler, North Carolina Central
teur school teams.                       by Rep. Bill Purcell, D-Nashville,      sports agent. The players were sus-       University, appointed to replace Joan Boand, Grand Valley State University,
   Under Kyle’ bill, students and        requires a warning in large bold        pended for the season.                    resigned.
the agents would be required to          type on professional contracts.             The sports-agent bill has cleared       Research Committee: Joan Girgus, Princeton University, appointed to
notify officials within 72 hours that       The language, spelled out in the     the House Education Committee.            replace Marianne Jennings, no longer at an NCAA member institution.

New lobbying group seeks reform of product liability laws                                                                      -
   Product Liability Sports, a Florida-based political and                                                                                 GPA in economics. East Tennessee State IJniversity’ Lee  s
lobbying organization, has announced the formation of a                                                                                    Duckworth turned in a 3.865 in biology.
political-action group called “Save Our Sports.” “The PLS                                                                                     Eleven student-athletes were repeat selections to the North
Save Our Sports PAC is open for business and ready to do                                                                                   Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-academic
battle in the 1988 Congressional and presidential races,“said                                                                              football team. St. Cloud State University dclcnsive back
Richard Feldman, PLS executive director.                                                                                                   Rick Rodgers (business) and ‘     lam Langer, llniversity of
   “ l‘ real fight has just bcgun,“said Howard .I. Bruns, PLS
    ‘ hc                                                                                                                                   Northern Colorado lineman (computer science), posted
president. The formation of the political-action group has                                                                                4.000s.
come in response to development of a similar group by the                                                                                     More than 100 University of Cieorgia student-athletes
Association of Trial Lawyers of America, which has lobbied                                                                                earned GPAs above 3.000 (4.000 scale) during the fall 1987
against tort reform as it relates to product liability in sports                                                                          quarter, according to a releasefrom the school. Scvcnty-four
and recreation.                                                                                                                            men and 37 women made the list, and I3 (eight men, five
   “Over 150 million sports enthusiasts in America can aim                                                                                women) earned perfect 4.000s
their sights on fence-sitting Congressmen and force them to            Elkbeth   Mcdimsey                   George McJimsey                   Fleven sports teams were represented by the 51 Wichita
stand with the sports community or the narrow special                                                                                     State University student-athletes who were named to the
                                                                     members hit the weights in two two-hour shifts.                                           s
                                                                                                                                          “Athletics Director’ Honor Roll” for the fall 1987 semester.
interests of a few personal-injury lawyers,” Bruns added.
                                                                                                                                          Six earned perfect 4.000s. including softball players Shannah
                                                                       More report cards: East Coast Conference rebounding
   Grinnell College basketball continues to benefit from the                                                                               Biggan (a senior) and Heidi Bredensteiner, who maintained
                                                                    and blocked-shots leader Mike Butts, Bucknell University,
contributions of the McJimsey family.                                                                                                     their perfect cumulative GPAs.
                                                                    pulled down some nice grades during the fall semester.Joined
   Twin brothers Robert and George McJimsey played on                                                                                        Nearly half (I3 I of 292) student-athletes at Rollins College
                                                                    by teammate Bo Heiden, Butts was named to Bucknell’          s
strong Grinnell teams in the late 1950s.These days, Robert’   s                                                                                              s     s
                                                                                                                                          made that school’ AD’ honor roll by posting at least a 3.000
                                                                    dean’ list by earning a grade-point average in excess of 3.500
children, Elizabeth and George, are carrying on the family                                                                                                                         s
                                                                                                                                          during the fall semester. The women’ tennis and women’         s
                                                                    (4.000 scale).
tradition.                                                                                                                                softball teams earned cumulative GPAs of 3. I26 and 3.111,
                                                                                   s                       s
                                                                       The women’ volleyball and women’ gymnastics teams at
   Elizabeth. a senior, is averaging 10 points and 8.4 rebounds                                                                           respectively.
                                                                    Utah State University do quite well in the classroom as
per game. She holds the school record for most rebounds in                                                                                   Over the past three semesters(fall 1986 and spring and fall
                                                                    teams, according to women’ sports information director
a women’ game (2 I).                                                                                                                       1987). an aVerdgc    of 53 Idaho State University studentt
   A freshman, George is averaging 8.4 points per game as a                                                                               athletes have earned GPAs in excess of 3.000. During the fall
reserve.                                                             Briefly           in the News                                         1987reporting period, five Bengals received perfect classroom
                                                                                                                                          marks (4.0OO&baskctball player Corey Bruce (mathemat-
  Trivia Time: What is the lowest point total ever recorded                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                          ics), women’ volleyball player Andrea Gallagher (biology),
by the winner of the Division I Men’ Baskeball Champion-            Tim Monsell. The spikers produced a combined GPA of                   track and field athlete Steve McCurdy (business), runner
ship. What is the highest? Answers later.                           3.250 for the fall quarter, and the women’ gymnastss                  Chris Middleton (management and organization), and
                                                                    produced a combined 3.200. In all, 21 female student-                          s
                                                                                                                                          women’ volleyball player Susan Optz (English).
   Gallaudet University was the benefactor of the second            athletes at the school posted GPAs above 3.200 for the                                                            s
                                                                                                                                             University of Southern Indiana women’ basketball players
annual Congressional Charity Basketball Tournament,                 quarter.                                                              apparently are hitting the books like they were wide-open
which was held March 1 at the school’ field house. The
                                        s                              Colonial Athletic Conference officials have announced             jumpers. Nine of the 1 I players on the roster have GPAs in
Democratic defending champions, better known as “The                that I7 I student-athletes from member schools received the          excess of 3.000, led by premed major Jane Weaver’ perfects
Dunkin’ Donkeys,“were led by playercoach Tom McMillen,                      s
                                                                    league’ scholar-athlete award during 1986-87.Each honoree                                s
                                                                                                                                         4.000. The squad’ cumulative CPA is 3.300.
the former University of Maryland, College Park, standout.                                                           s
                                                                    earned a varsity letter in one of the conference’ 12 sports and          Cheryl Lackey of Kent State University (3.800 in market-
Other Democrats who suited up included Massachusetts’Ed             achieved at least a 3.200 GPA.                                                                       s
                                                                                                                                          ing) and Ball State University’ Rick Hall (3.960 in accounting)
Markey and Georgia’ Sam Nunn.
                      s                                                In the Atlantic Coast Conference, Maryland senior                                                                   s
                                                                                                                                         lead the Mid-American Athletic Conference’ all-academic
   On the Republican side, “The Fighting Elephants” were                                                             s
                                                                    fullback Richard Shure headed the league’ ah-academic                 basketball teams for this season. Twin sisters Karen and
coached by Michigan’ Carl Pursell. Indiana’ Dan Burton
                      s                     s                       squad with a perfect 4.000 in economics. The University of            Laura Mattimore of the University of Toledo (3.810 and
and Oregon’ Bob Smith were among the representatives on
            s                                                                s
                                                                    Virginia’ David Cardenas posted a 3.870 in commerce, and             3.720, respectively, both in psychology) also made the team.
Purse& roster. Proceeds benefited Gallaudet’ library.
                                            s                                                           s
                                                                    North Carolina State University’ Dean Mason, a freshman,
                                                                    turned in a 3.780 in premedicine.                                        Trivia Answer: In the 1941 Final Four, the University of
  Members of the Muhlenberg College football team spent                Meganne Hendricks, University of Alaska-Anchorage                  Wisconsin, Madison, produced the lowest winning point
some time in the weight room February 28 ~ not just for off-        volleyball player, led the Continental Divide Conference’     s       total. The Badgers claimed the Division I title with a 39-34
season conditioning. Led by senior and project coordinator          all-academic team for spikers with a perfect 4.000 in                 victory over Washington State University. In 1964, the
Rob Bishop, the players pumped iron as part of the National         biological science. The University of Denver’ Debbir Kirch
                                                                                                                   s                      University of California, Los Angeles, scored the highest
Strength and Conditioning Association’ “LiftAmerica”                was the lone repeat selection to the first team.                      number of points in a tournament final. The Bruins defeated
fund-raising program for the Special Olympics.                         Virginia Military Institute senior linebacker Daniel Young         Duke University, 93-83. Interestingly, both of those record-
   Muhlenberg student-athletes obtained pledges on a per-                                                          s
                                                                    was named to the Southern Conference’ all-academic                    producing games were played in Kansas City-site of the
pound-lifted basis, and donations also were received. Team          football team for the third straight year. He posted a 3.656          50th Final Four.

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