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					The NCAA                                                                                                                                                                          News
Official      Publication             of the National          Collegiate                   Athletic        Association                                                                                        November          1, 1993,              Volume             30, Number                39

WmTED:                                                              student-athlete                                                                                              advisorv                                        committees
 Institutions,                        conferences                       urged to add groups
By Vikki       K. Watson                                           finding out who has committees, what thry
                                                                   do, and who wmts to create rhem:’
                                                                                                                                                                              Institutions     that have a                         Average   number of males and
                                                                       .l‘hc c~ottttttittcr cvcntually hoprs to cx-
                                                                                                                                                                           student-athlete        committee*                         females on each committee
   .l‘hc N(:AA Student-Athlete Advisory Corn-                      trnd that rtctwork to the totttcrcncc           level,
tnittrr has hit the ret ruiting trail.                             although it acknowledges it will take time.
    Etic-oitt;~grd by ret rrtt survey results irid&                Only one Division I c-onfcr cttcc ~ the Sourh-                                                   65
catittg     ;t I;trge prrcettt;tge       of institutions           castcrn C:onferenc-c-is            known to have art                                             60
th;tt either       h;tvc or want to sjtart studrttt-               active SIlttI~~ll-ill~ll~tC     advisory group.
athltntc ;tdvisory        t otnmittees,       the NCAA                 “Our c-onfrr~~ncc is conitnined lo putting                                                   55                                                                 Division      I-AA:     12 femakr
c~otnrttittcc has rottt;tctrd       interrstcd    schools          rhe stutlrnr-athlctr           at the heat-r of our
and offered 10 ht-lp thetn establish                 similar       ptT~gt2tlt~~’         said John R. (ierdy, associate
committees       on their campuses.                                t ottttttissiottct~ of the ~SOLllh~ilStCT   n Confer-                                            45                                                             I   Division I-AAA:        IO fern&r

     The results of a sutvry scrtt to metnl>rt                     cttcc’. “(Our cotnmitree)              has been very
instirutions      itt February        revealed      that 45        ;tcli\c and vet-y effective.
percent      of’ itI1 rcsponditig         institutions-                “Thr ottc thing I’vr learttrd is WC have a                                                   35
 ;~nd nearly       two-thirds      in Division         LA-         tctttlettc~y ;ts administrators and coaches to
                                                                                                                                                                    30                                                                 Division      III: 9 females
 have ;t student-;ithlr-tc       advisory       committee          sell rttttlcttl-;tthlctcs      short on their ideas
or ;I cotttmittrr      with ;t similar        pttrpc>sc on         and their ability to uttdcrstatid issues. We                                                     25
their c ;ttttl>uses. <)I’ those th;tt do tlot havr                 ttccd to listen to what thry’rc saying:’
such a c otttmittce,         33.8 pet-cent ;tre iti (hc                                                                                                             20
                                                                   Primary              topic                                                                                                                                      Percentage   of committees     that
process or drvrloping            otir.                                                                                                                              15                                                            have decision-making      authority
     Nearly 70 pcrccnt olactivr           rttcmtl~et-insti-           ‘Ihosr voic cs ttow have a better opptltt-
trttions rrspotldcd         to the sutvry.                         nity tcJ be heard, thanks to the N(:AA                                                           10                                                            50
                                                                   l’tmcsidrnts <:omtnissiort  and the NC:AA                                                                                                                      45
‘Networking’                                                                                                                                                           5
                                                                   Special Committee to Review Student-Ath-                                                                                                                       40
   “The committee         is trying to start         a net-        lete Wclfarc, Access and Equity. The issue                                                          0’                                                         35
war kitty project ,” s;titl.]aner M..Justus,         NC:.&!        Of    St~ldCIlt-;lfhkk              Wehre,           a~‘~‘Cbb     ;lrld     Cc@y                         * Based   upon 604      schools   that                30
dirrc tor of eligibility and sraffliaison            to the        IS thy primary topic for thr third year ofthe                                                               responded     to the survey                               DIV I-A        I-M        I-MA            II       Ill
Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.                   “The
sutvry is a part of that networking.                 We’re                                          See Wanted,                     page        15 b

                                                                                                                                                                                             Infractions    committee
schedule                                                 Monday,         January             10 (Presidential            Agenda              Day)                                            fills general-public    spots
adjusted                                                 8 to 9:45 a.m.
                                                         8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
                                                         10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                     I-A, I-AA and ILAAA
                                                                                                                                     II ond Ill sessions
                                                                                                                                   I session
                                                                                                                                                                   sessions                   A top trial lawyer and ;1 rctircd
                                                                                                                                                                                           grnrr;tl counsel  with the Llnivrrsity
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  have accrptcd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               grncral        counsel    a~ Ati~ot-t;t,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               appoinrmrnts              to
                                                         2:30 to 5 p.m.                                          General            session                                                of Ari/otia have hrcn appointrd                        the cotrtritittt~r.
   Adjustments have IJcrtt tttadr in                                                                                                                                                       by the N<:AA Administrative <:om-                          I.acey has had it distinguished
                                                         Tuesday,        January             11
the I!194 <;ottvention schedule in                                                                                                                                                         tnittee to fill newly crc:ttrd posiL                   c ;~rccr ;ts a trial lawyer in New
ati atteml” to assttrc dclcgatcs that                    Et0 9:30       a.m.                                        Divisions       I-A, I-AA       ILAAA   sessions
                                                                                                                                                                                           tions on rhr N(:AA Cotntnittre   on                    .Jr~scy :~nd New York. Hc srtved
                                                         8 o.m. to noon,
thrir time at thr (:ottvrntion        will                                                                                                                                                 Ittfritctions.                                          its ;t     L!nitctl States allot ttcy in
                                                         1:30 to 3 p.m.                                             Divisions       II and Ill sessions
I,c rtsrd as et‘ficirntly ;is possit>lr.                 9:45 a.m. to noon,                                                                                                                                                                        Nt,w      .Jcrsey anti from I!)71 to
                                                         1:30 to 3 p.m.                                             Division       I session
                                                                                                                                                                                              nr positions hccame available                        1986      was a LJnitcd States disrtict
                                                         3:15 to 6 p.m. ,......                                     General        session                                                 when thr NCAA mcmbet-ship
     Ar thr huggcstion of the NCAA                                                                                                                                                                                                                judge      fcJr NcwJerscy. He has servrd
                                                                                                                                                                                           voted this yrar to rxp;tnd the conl-
.Joint Policy l%oill~d, a general busi-                  Wednesday,       January                 12                                                                                                                                              21s c lair
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ~1         of     thr    Nihod         Confer-
                                                                                                                                                                                           mittee by two tneml~rrs. Thr posiC
 nrss session has bertt acltlcd to the                   8 a.m. to noon..                                       .General           sewon        only   if needed                                                                                  cnce of Federal Trial .Judges and
                                                                                                                                                                                           rions WCK cat-marked for rcpre-
 schedule fcJr -Iitesdity,.J;trltt;try 1 1,                                                                                                                                                                                                       has chaired the LJnitcd States Su-
                                                                                                                                                                                           sc’nt;tl ivc3 ft onI the genrral ptthlic.
 IO acknowledge    the possibility that                                                                                                                                                                                                           preme (Zoutt Advisory Committee
 the Convention      could end by ti                  if net-&d.                                                           the proposals to be ronsidrrrd     in                               Frrdcrick B. Lacey, a srnior lit-                  on the Feclcral Rules of <Ztimitt;tl
 p.m. that day. Howrvet, the schedL                      Other          modest              change5         hilVr          thJSe  sessions. ‘Ihe accompanying                              igation partner with rhr firm of                       Procedure.
 ulcd general business session for                    brert made itt the schctlttlcs for                                   revised schedule of business scs-                                I.el)oeuff, I.amb, Leiby and Mac-                        Richmond has served on rhr
 tltr rttornittg of January I2 will                   tllo.*l of the Jattuary IO-1 1 business                              siorir will appear in the Official                              l&c (New York and Newark, New
 remain on the schedule to bc used                    sessions, I>ased on an analysis of                                   Notice of the Convention.                                       Jrrsey), and J3111cs 1.. Richmond,                                See Committee,               page      5 b

W In the News                                                                                                                                                                                      N On deck
Comment                                 Page 4                                               n James           T. Morris, chairman    and chief executive                                          November                l-4   Division   I Baseball                Committee,          Kansas
                                                                                             officer of         IWC Resources     Corporation    in Indion-                                                                      City, Missouri
Championships              previews              7
                                                                                             opolis,  is      the new chair of the NCAA        Foundation
                                                                                                                                                                                                   November                4     Special          Committee    to Review                 Student-
 Football     statistics                         9                                           board   of        directors: Page 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Athlete          Welfare,  Access and                  Equity,
Satisfactory-progress                                                                        H Rally scoring-which         wos odopted     to shorten                                                                            Dallas
                                                                                             the length of women’svolleyball      matches-seems                                                                      .._
waivers                                      13
                                                                                             to be overcoming        opposition,    olthough     some                                              November                4     Gender-Equity                 Task Force         Sourcebook
Interpretations                                                                              debate    continues:  Page 6.                                                                                                       Subcommittee,                 Denver
Committee       minutes
                                                                                             n The     NCAA        Division                      I Women’s     Basketball                          November                10    Special  Advisory   Committee                       for Wom-
 NCAA       Record                                                                           Committee      takes action                      to implement    the new 64m                                                        en’s Corporate    Marketing,                      Washington,
                                                                                             team   bracket      for the                      Division  I championship:                                                          D.C.
The Market
                                                                                             Page      8.
Page 2                                                                                                                                                 The       NCAANews                                                                                                     November                  1, 1993

 TheNCAANews la--l~EB~
                                                     A weekly summary of major activities within the Association
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        volvcs the NCAA‘s challcngr              01 a Nt,vad;L
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        “due-process” law.

Finalists’ interviews
set for November      1-2
                                                                                        schedule                                                                                 for
                                                                                                                                                                       of ICTdates                                                            In Junr l!,!,y, a Pedcral judgt tukd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the N(:AA, saying that the Nevada law rc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        stricts ttie Assot ialion’s ability Lo cnfoicc its

                                                                                                                                      November                          an            December                    1993                  nilcs consistclilly in all 50 sLaLesand prcvcnts
    ‘l‘he f’our fiLLalists for- rhc position of                                                                                                                                                                                         Nevada tncmhrr insrirulions from fulfilling
N(:M executivr director will be interviewed                                                                                                                                                                                             their contractual obligations to the NCAA.
Novt-ml)rr I-:! by the NCAA Exrc ulivr Corn-                                                                                                                                                                                            .l‘he NCAA filed the sllit Novrmber 12, 199 I
Inittrc.. rt~presentativcs of the N(:M (:ouIl-                                                                                                                                                                                                For more detail, SW the 0ctobcr 1X, I Y’S,
cil, rcprcscntatives of the NCAA Prrsidrnts                                                                                                                                                                                             ;iiid~Jn~ic   IO, l!i!E, issues of ‘l‘he NCAA News.
C:ommission and memhcrs of thr national-                                                                                                                                                                                                      Staff contact.: Frank D. Uryasz (chug trsjt-
o&r        managcm~nt Icam.                                                                                                                                                                                                             ing) and Kit hard K. Hilliard (state law).
     ‘l‘hc finalists arc William W. C:obcy.jr., fi)r-
mt’r director ofathlctics aI Ihe liniversity of
North (:;Lrolina, (Ihaprl Hill (1!~7~~l!PV)),and
fi)rmcr SC<       rrtary of Lhe Nortli Carolina l)r-
partmcnt of’F.nvironment,               tie&h and Nat-                                                                                                                                                                                  Sourcebook  subcommittee
ural Kf.\ources            ( l989- I I)!):$); (Zedric W.                                                                                                                                                                                to meet November   4
Dcmpscy, clirrcLor of athletics at the IJnivrr-                                                                         NOVEMBER                                                          DECEMBER
sity of Arizona and N(:AA secrrtaly-trrasur-                                                                            RECRUITING                                                       RECRUITING                                           A scil~c~onimiltee charged witli dcvelopirlg
                                                                                                          Men’s         Division      I basketball                            Men’s Division     I basketboll--__                       a sourc.c+)ook      of effective ideas to cnl1;111cc
er; ]LLditti M. Sweet, director of;LthlcLics at                                                                                                                                                      Evaluation period.
                                                                                                                                                                       1-l 1 ____.__._____._._________._
                                                                                              l-8 (8 a.m.) ._. .._.__.____.    Quiet period.                                                                                             grndet- ccluity will meet November 4 in Den-
111~   IJitiversity of California, San Diego, and                                             8 (8 a.m.)-1 2 (8 o.m.) __._._______ period.
                                                                                                                               Dead                                                             __..
                                                                                                                                                                       12-3 1_._._.._____._.____.___ Quiet period.
immrtliatc past-president ofthc NCIAA, and                                                                                                                                                                                               vrr.
                                                                                                                               Quiet period.
                                                                                              12 (8 a.m.)-30 _.._._.__.__._._____..                                        Women’s     Division    I basketbAll’
K. (;rraltl     ‘l‘urtlcr,  chilLl<.rlloL- at the LJnivcr-                                                                                                                                                                                    Tlic ~~oLJ~J is a suhc-ommittec            of the
                                                                                                 Women’s       Division     I basketball*                                                                Quiet period.
                                                                                                                                                                       I-5 _____._._.___,__.,.______._.____._____
sity of Mississippi and immediate pa+chair                                                                                                                             61 1 __._.__._ .__.________.___
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Evaluation period.                   NCAA Genclcr=Equity Task Force. II hopes
                                                                                                                      .__._.__._.___ period.
                                                                                              l-8 (8 a.m.] _..._.._._..          Quiet
ol‘rhr NCAA l’rrsidents Commission.                                                           8 (8 a.m.)-1 2 (8 a.m.) __.__._._.__ period
                                                                                                                                  Dead                                                                   Quiet
                                                                                                                                                                       12-l 3 __.__. _.______.______.___.___. period.                    IO tlislr-Lhute the sourccbook by 11~x1fall.
      Marc dctailrd biographical             information                                      12 (8 a.m.)-30 _.____.____.______.... period.
                                                                                                                                 Quiet                                                              Evaluation period.
                                                                                                                                                                       14-l 8 _________..,_,_______._____                                     Any indiviclual in the mc-ml)rr-ship who
on each of’thc c;lndid;Ltes appears on pagr                                                                                                                            19-26 _____                       Quiet
                                                                                                                                                                                          ____._._____._._._. period.                    knows of any idea that has scrvrd to CICV+
                                                                                              hh’s,      women’s    Division  II basketball’
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Evaluation period.
                                                                                                                                                                       27-30 _____.._,__________.____.___                                O]J grndrr     rquiLy is encouraged to cOIltii( I
‘LOofthis issue.                                                                              November 1 until the dote of the prospect’s
                                                                                                                                                                                .___________.__._.__._._.._._.._ period.
                                                                                                                                                                       3 1 __.__.                        Quiet                          .JiLrlrI M. JIISILIS at the national Offlicc.
    For more          detail,     see page 20 of‘ this issue                                  initial high-school or tweyear college contest:
                                                                                              Quiet period.                                                            Men’s, women’s          Division II basketball*                        Dialer T. Wrndt, associate athlrtics dim
anti the Octohrr                 25 issue of The NCAA                                                                                                                  Quiet period to the dote of the respect’s ini-
                                                                                              Period between the prospect’s initial and final                                                                                            rector at the IJnivrrsiLy of Denver, chairs the
Nrws.                                                                                                                                                                  tial hi h-school or two-year co P     lege contest.
                                                                                              high-school     or two-year college contests:                                                                                              SoLJrW~tCJ(Jk              subrotlltnittee.
    Staff contact:          Patricia E. Bar-k.                                                Evoluation period.                                                       After tf ot, evaluation period.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Staff contact:               Janet M. Justus.
                                                                                                        Division    I football                                                        Division    I football
                                                                                              130 __._____._________ Evaluation
                                                                                                                 __________                                  period.    l-23: Contact period, except for December 6
                                                                                                                                                                       (8 a.m.) through December 10 (8 a.m.) for
                                                                                                           Division  II football                                       tweyear college prospects and their educo-
Sangster, Co11                                                                                 l-30 .__.___.____________._....
                                                                                                                        . . . . Evaluation period.                     tional institutions (dead period).                                                     FAX numbers
get VP nominations                                                                                                MAlUNG                                                                                     Dead period.
                                                                                                                                                                       24-3 1 ._________....._____________.__.___
                                                                                               IS-      Official Notice to Convention  to be                                         Division    II football                                       Numbers for facsimile machines at
     William M. Sangstrr, faculty athletics rrp-                                              mailed. Official Notice includes all proposed                                                               Contact period.
                                                                                                                                                                        l-3 1 .__________.______.___________._
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   the NCAA national office [all are
rc-srntative at Georgia InsliLute of Technol-                                                 legislation and the properly submitted amend-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   area code 9 13)
                                                                                              merits-t-toomendments. The delegate+ppoint-                              *See page 111 of the 1993-94 NCAA Man-
ogy, and Edward G. Co11Jr., president of Al-
                                                                                              ment form is sent to the member’s chief                                  ual for exceptions. Also, see pages 1141 15
fred university, have been nominated by the                                                                                                                            for dead periods in other Divisions I and II                                Adm./finance(lth                 floor)...339-0035
                                                                                              executive officer with the CEO’s copy of the
Association’s Nominating (:ommittee as vice-                                                  Official Notice.                                                         sports.                                                                     Adm./finance(7th                 floor) . ..339-0028
presidents for Divisions I and III, respec-                                                                                                                                                                                                        Championships              . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 339-0026
tively.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Marketing      and
     Thr nominations        will he voted upon ar                                   to each institution’s chief executive officer                                      California Supreme Court.                                                   broadcast      services __ ____        __ ..339-0027
the 1994 Convrntion in San Antonio inJan-                                           with the CEO’s copy of the Official Notice.                                            The case, Hill and McKeever v. NCAA, in-                                Compliance           services . . . . ...339-0033
uaty.                                                                                   For more detail, see the October 25 issue                                      volvcs whether California’s   constitutional                                Enforcement ______._........... 339-0034
     Also, a total of 43 proposals will be con-                                     of The NCAA News.                                                                                                                                              NCAA Foundation ___.______                             339-0036
                                                                                                                                                                       privacy guarantee requires die activities of a
sidered ~ all by roll-call vole ~ during the                                                                                                                                                                                                       Legislative services __________                        339-0032
Convention’s Prcsidcntial Agenda Day. The                                                                                                                                                                                                          The NCAA News.. __ . ..339-003           ____                    1
total tlunlher    of proposals    befOre  the C:On-                                                                                                                                                                                                Office services _____.__________                       339-1950
vention this year, counting amendments-to-                                                                                                                                                                                                         Publishing . . . . . .._____________._                 339-0030
amendments and resolutions, is 1!,2. .l’hat is                                      Drug-testing case resumes;                                                         need for drug testing, in balance, is greater                               Executive director ___........ 339-0038
the largest number since the 1988 Conven-                                           Nevada case in appeal                                                              than thr claitned private intrusion.                                        Statistics . . . . . . ..___________.___.              339-l 800
tion facrd ‘LOOproposals.                                                                                                                                                  In another mattrr, a three-judge panel for                              Visitors Center ______._........339-0007
     The Official Notice to the Convctttion     will                                       A long~standing                 lawsuit that challcngcs                     the Ninth (:ircuit of the U.S. (:outl ofAppeals
he mailed to the membership November 15.                                            the NCAA’s                                for drugs at its chatn-
                                                                                                                  rig111 IO trst                                       is in thr prcJCCsS or considering the a~~pc;d                               NCAA         switchboard             ________
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              339-l            906
‘l’hr dclcgilte-aI)I,ointment     fonn will hr sent                                 pionships                    will hc heard Novcmhcr I hy the                       of NCAA v. Millrr, VI al., the case that in-

n       All-time                    NCAA championships                                                               leaders

                MEN                                            WOMEN                                                                   MEN                                       WOMEN                                           MEN                                                   WOMEN
Team                                              Team                                                                  team                                           Team                                       Team                                                    Team
 Southern       Cal             _._. . . .67      Texas       ___.....................                   15             Cal    Poly SLO                         .20    Cal   Poly SLO ______.__.....16            Cal     St. Stanislaus                      14          Trenton        St. . _______________

 UCLA _.......................             56     Stanford.          ______..........                  .15              Cal    St. Northridge                18
                                                                                                                                                        ______         Cal   St. Northridge              12
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ______        Kenyon       __________._......... 14                   Kenyon         ___..__...............              11

                                                  UCLA        . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13          Cal St. Bakersfield             _._.__17       Abilene      Christian      __________
                                                                                                                                                                                                           9      Hobart                        13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              _________________.....                      UC San Diego                . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
 Oklahoma                       40
                   St. __._____.__
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  North     Central        __...._.....        10         Chris.       Newport          _____ _____
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            __.   8
 Stanford      _______............. 38            North       Caro.                       11
                                                                               _____________.                            UC Irvine      __................       15    Cal   Poly Pomona           __.__ . ..5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Wis.-La      Crosse       _._._._.... 10                Central        (Iowa)        . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
 Michigan         __.____.____......26            Louisiana                            11
                                                                       S1. _____._______.                                Fla. Southern        ___.... . . . . 14       Cal   St. Bakersfield                 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Cortland          St.      _.. _.                    .6

 Individual                                       Individual                                                             Individual                                    Individual                                 Individual                                              Individual
 Southern       Cal       __. __... 265           Stanford         ._..________.________
                                                                                     95                                  Cal   St. Bakersfield....             103     Cal   St. Northridge          _.__._62                                                             Kenyon                         11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        _..__.______________ 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Kenyon       __...............            103
 Michigan           ..___.._.___._ 199            Florida       _______
                                                                      ________.                          89              Cal   St. Northridge..              __10 1    Abilene      Christian      ___._... 5 1   Johns     Hopkins        ______... ..40                 Williams               .._.........
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           _______                           37
 Ohio     St                     . . . . ..l 82   Texas                           78
                                                              _______._.________._____                                   Cal   Poly SLO . . . . . . . . . . .76        Cal   Poly SLO ________._.___
                                                                                                                                                                                                  44              Lincoln     (Pa.) ___.______..___
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 40                       Chris.       Newport           ____ ___
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            __ ..34
 Stanford      . . . ..__ ___. ____
                             _.   160             Louisiana            St. ___._......... 33                             Oakland                        74
                                                                                                                                       __.____._..________             Alabama        A&M                 35
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ________...      UC San Diego                        37
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            _______....                   Cortland          St. ____. .                    .22
 UCLA                 ..__ ___...... 140          JCL4        __._____________._______
                                                                                 27                                      St. Augustine’s          ____....... 65       Oakland          _. . .            .3 1    St. Lawrence.           __.__ ___. 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               __ ..3                     UC San Diego                 _.__________
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2 1
  November                    1, 1993                                                                                                             The NCAA News

  n Briefly                                           in the News                                                                                                                                                                       n Looking                                     back

 Blind runner                                                                                                                                                        Applicants
                                                                                                                                                                  AE:MA application
                                                                                                                                                                                    must SLJbmit a completed
                                                                                                                                                                                          form. To obtain an
                                                                                                                                                                  application, interested students can contact
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        5 years       agO:  The results of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        first nationwide survey of student-ath-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        letes, conducted for rhe NCAA Presi-

 keeps vision                                                                                                                                                     a district director or AEMA board member,
                                                                                                                                                                  or write D;dc L. S&auf, Equipment Manager,
                                                                                                                                                                  Cornell IJniversity, Alberding Field HOUSC,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        dents Commission by the American
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Institutes for Research, were released
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        November 19, 1988, in a press confer-
                                                                                                                                                                  Ithaca, New York 14850; telephone 6071                                once at the National Press Club in
     Tim Willis lost his eyesight at the age of
                                                                                                                                                                  2554115. The deadline fen submitting ap-                              W;lshington, DC The study provided
  10, but he did not lose his vision of a fIllI
                                                                                                                                                                  plications is April 12, 1994. The winners will                        the basis for a number of the major ef-
 and productive life.
                                                                                                                                                                  be announced at AEMA’s convention next                                forts in the Commission’s “reform
     Now 22, the political science major at
                                                                                                                                                                  &ie.                                                                  agenda” that continues today. (The
 Georgia Southern University is depending
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NCAA News, December 5, 1988)
 on a shoestring to give him the “sight” he
 needs to compctr in one of his favorite                                                                                                                              Tailgate party
 endeavors-running.        Competing in cross                                                                                                                                                                                           10 years ago: The NCAA Coun-
 country and track and field since 1987,                                                                                                                                In   recognition of the national Red &b-
                                                                                                                                                                      bon Week observance to promote alcohol                            cil held a special meeting in suburban
 when hc ran for Shamrock High School in                                                                                                                                                                                                Kansas City November 1.1983, and
 suburban Atlanta, Willis is a highly accom-                                                                                                                          awareness, the Stanford Hospitality Alliance
                                                                                                                                                                      at Stanford University sponsored its second                       voted to propose legislation at the 1984
 plished athlete, despite his blindness. He                                                                                                                                                                                             Convention to establish an NCAA
 runs a 4:37 mile, can clock a 1608 in the                                                                                                                            annual LJltimatc Tailgate before the Cardi-
                                                                                                                                                                      nal’s football gamr October 30 against                            Presidents Commission as a means of
 5,000 meters and boasts a 2:08 in the 800                                                                                                                                                                                              more effectively involving chief execu-
 meters.                                                                                                                                                              Oregon State LJnivrrsity.
                                                                                     Georgia Southern University’s        Tim                                             There were many activities at the party,                      tive officers in athletics matters. (The
     In races, Willis holds on to a shoestring                                                                                                                                                                                          NCAA News, November 7, 1983)
 connected to his guide.                                                             Willis (right) set a national record/;,r                                         including “EANAB (Equally Attractive Non-
     “Tim will excel at whatever he does,” said                                      the blind with a 8,000-meter time oj                                             Alcoholic Beverages) tasting!’ Distributors
 Georgia Southern cross country coach Jim                                            28:4X Duting races, Willis holds on                                              were invited to SLJbmit their nonalcoholic
                                                                                                                                                                      products for sampling.                                            20 years        ClgO: The first Division
 Vargo. “Although blind, he functions better                                         to a shoestring connected to a guide.
                                                                                                                                                                          Edward Leland,       athletics director at                    III championships     ever conducted
 than probably 95 percent of the people. It
                                                                                                                                                                      Stanford, said it is important fo support                         were held November 10, 1973, as Ash-
 continues to amaze me what he accom-
                                                                                                                                                                      alcohol awareness and responsibiliry.                             land College and its top runner, Steve
 plishes with what we consider a major                                                “Exploiting the Defense: Illinois Wesleyan’s
                                                                                                                                                                          “Performance, maturity and responsibility                     Foster, won the Division III Cross
 handicap.”                                                                           Short Side F%ssing Attack’-appeared        in
                                                                                                                                                                      are as imporlant off the field as they are                        Country Championships        at Wheaton
    Willis said his blindness usually is lost on                                      the 1993 summer manual of the American
                                                                                                                                                                      on it,” Leland wrote in a letter used in                          College (Illinois). (“NCfi     The Voice
 people when he finishes close to the front                                           Foothall Coaches Association.
                                                                                                                                                                      promotional materials for the event. “Today,                      of College Sports” and National Colle-
 in races.                                                                              “We decided to come to the United States
                                                                                                                                                                      it is easy for many young people, and even                        giate Championships      records book)
     “When I finish dead last, people tend to                                        because we wanted to learn from the mas-
 notice that I’m blind first, but when I win,                                        ters:’ Hegay said. “We chose Illinois Wes-                                       adults, to lose sight of that fact. Opportuni-
 they seem to notice my ability first,” Willis                                       leyan because of Norm Eash’s article. It was                                     ties to steer our children and young adults
 once told the Southerner, a campus maga-                                            interesting and simple. We need progression                                      in the right direction should not be passed
                                                                                     in our learning, and we have to learn the                                        by, for by so doing we dismiss the chance to
    Vargo, who recently was appointed assist-                                        fundamentals.”                                                                   improve our future and theirs.”                                   U Fact file
 ant track coach for the United States Asso-
 ciation of Blind Athletes, said he currently                                        New scholarships                                                             Who knew?                                                                 For the first time in five years-and
 plans for Willis to compete in next summer’s                                                                                                                                                                                           only the sixth time in 20 years-the
 Berlin world championships.                                                            The Athletics Equipment Managers As-                                             Over the course of a student-athlete’s                         NCAA Council is sponsoring more leg-
                                                                                     sociation (AEMA) has developed a college                                         playing career, a strong relationship usually                     islative proposals aI the NCAA Con-
  French football                                                                    scholarship program to assist students who                                       is forged in which player and coach come
                                                                                                                                                                      to know quite a bit about each another. BUI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        vention than is the membership. The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Council is sponsoring 93 of the 155
                                                                                     have at least one year’s experience           in
   Three football coaches for the St. Etienne                                        athletics equipment management and have                                          football players at Wofford College learned                       proposals printed in the Second Publi-
 Giants in east-central France recently visited                                      displayed an interest in a career in the field.                                  something nrw about their coach while                             cation of Proposed Legislation. For
 coaches at Illinois Wesleyan University to                                             Three $500 awards will be given to full-                                      watching the local relevision news.                               each of the past four Conventions, the
 sharpen their coaching techniques         and                                       time studrnts attending a two- or four-year                                         Wofford head coach Mike Ayers was                              membership has sponsored more than
 game strategies.                                                                    accredited college or university. The scho-                                      featured in a news story while participating                      the Council-in       fact, 51 more in each
    Head coach Marc Hegay and assistants                                             larships will he awarded based on academic                                       in his n&-e-wcrkly karate class. After watch-                     of the last two years.
 Emmauel     Gotce and Mickael        Groisne                                        achievement, community involvement, dem-                                         ing the piece, onr of his players was heard
 contacted Illinois Wesleyan head coach                                              onstrated interest in rhe field of athletics                                     to say, “We always listened to Coach Ayers
 Norm Eash and quarterbacks/receivers                                                equipment management, completion of an                                           when he spoke. Now, WC will really make
 coach Jim Collins after the pair’s anicle-                                          essay and letters of recommendation.                                             sure we listen:’

W Committee                                                          notices                                                              Foundation                                  board gains new chair
   Mcmbcr institutions    arc invited to submit nominations            to fill                                                               JamesT. Moms--chairman      and              ing the amateur sports boom that                     work in community developmrnt,
vacancies on N(XA committees. Nominations           to fill the following                                                                 chief executive officer of IWC                  orcurrrd     in Indianapolis   in the                education and religion.
vacancies must be submitted in writing to F;lnnic R. hlJgh;in,  t.XcclJtiVe                                                               Resources                                        1!18Os. He was a founder          and                   He is a trustee of Butler Univer-
assistant, in the NCAA national office no later than November 15, 19!)3                                                                   Corporation                                     member of the executive commit-                      sity, a mcmbrr of’ the board of
(fax       rlurrllJrr~   913/3m-00%).                                                                                                     and its princi-                                 tee of the Indiana Sports Corpom-                    associates of Rose-Hulman Insti-
                                                                                                                                          pal subsidiary,                                 tion and played       a major rolr in                tute of Technology and a member
   Committee  on Financial  Aid and Amateurism:     Rrplaccment    for
Tim Brown, Skidmore College, resigned from the c ommittee. Appointee                                                                      the Indianap-                                   bringing the Pan American Games                      ofthr board of advisers of Indiana
must be from Division III.                                                                                                                olis Water                                      to Indi&apolis      in 1987. He also                 lJniversity/Purdue      University   at
                                                                                                                                          Company-                                        serVed for eight years on the hoard                  Indianapolis.
   Olympic    Sports Liaison Committee:     Replacement for Joseph L.                                                                      has been se-                                   of the IJS. Olympic- Commiure as                         Morris replaces NCAA Executive
Kearnry,    Western Athletic (lonference,    retiring as commissioner,                                                                    leered as the                                   a publir-sertor    member.                           Director Kichard 1). Schultz as
effective June 30, 1994. Term of new appointee would be effective with                                                                    new chair of                                       Morris was president of Lilly                     chair of the Foundation board of
Kearney’s rctiremcnt. Kearney also IIIlJSI be replaced as chair.                                                                          rhe NCAA                                        Endowment,       Inc., from 1984 to                  directors.
                                                                                                                                          Foundation            MOTFiS                    l!)X!). During his l&year tenure                         Besides the action on Morris,
                                                                                                                                          board of directors.                             with the Indianapolis         philan-
Committee                                           focuses                       on Bylaw                                    14              Moms was instrumental in treat-             thropy, he was responsible for its                            See Foundation,                        page         5 b

    Bylaw 14 and its 41 pagrs          of                             dcrrgulation   was aimed at simpli-
eligibility rcquircmrnts
focus of 1994 dcrrgulation
                             will be the
                                                                      fying recruiting     legislation. The
                                                                      Bylaw I3 “dcrcgulntion         package”                                Campanelli                                  lawsuit                            is dismissed
simplification    cfFc>rtsby the N(:AA                                was approved by the Council for   Rrv~ew (Zommirtce.                                     submission          to the       mcmhrrship                    at                                                    ifornia officials publicly tlis-                    accusations, such as immorality
       Bylaw 14 is the next slrI> in (hc                              the     1!)!+4 NCAA (:ollvention.                  Thr                                                               c.losed the grounds for his                         or dishoiirsty.
de~~glJliIliO~1           process           the     mrnmir-           package tirst appc:trcd                       a%App~n-                                                               dismissal     or      s;Jid     ariylhin!:   to        A claim that he was acrused
                                                                      dix A in the Second PLJMication                                of                                                    stignlati/c        him,       according      to     0rllyofiiicorrlprtclJcr                  or failing
IW ~ul,rrlitlrtl   IO 111~ N<;AA(Zouncil
irl 1!)!)2. Al its Orlol,rr 1!,-21 meet-                              Proposed        I qislatioll.                                                                                        ‘l’hr Associatcd Press.                             IO grt        alolJg       with        coworkrrs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               would        no1       s~low       violations           of
ing in San Diego, the committee
                                                                            The    propos&            have          since     been             CI.S. I)istJict~ud~c  Fern Smith                                                                constitutional            rights      needed           tbr
established a plan folmnrxt \/car’s
                                                                      renumbered               and           will           appear           saitl (:ampanclli,   who claimrtl                                                                 ;I Frrlcrill suit, thc.judgc said.
1 t.vicw   of the IegSliJliOn    with the
                                                                      throughout the (-)fficial Noticr for                                   thy firing damaged his W~LII;I-                                                                      (::mip;utelli’s   I~wyrr, Joseph
irltrrit      of simplifyirlg          eligibility            i-e-
                                                                      the I994 (:cmvrnlion,      which will                                                 job
                                                                                                                                             rion and 111s prospects, t’,iiled
                                                                      be mailed  In the mrmlx,rship    No-                                   to allrgr ttlat LJnivrrsiry of Cal-                                                                        See lawsuit,                 page 14 )
     I‘he      comrnittrr’s         firsr         arlempr      ar     vember        15.
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n Comment
                                                                           Athletics                                 program                           more than a game
                                                                                                                                                                                  Environmental           awareness
      Editor-in-chief                              The Comment     sec-
                                                                               Ck-orgr Will’s October 3 column, an             0 Ldters                                               wtlr my mind wholly filled with rep
                                                                           excerpt of which appcarrd              in thr
        P. David Pickle                        tion   of the NCAA          Opinions frature of the October 18 is-                                                                 rimandablc compliance issues and my
      Monoging            editor               News is offered    as a     sue of The N(:AA News, magnifies a                  lctics program. But it is Louisiana State          briefcase bulging at the seams with the
          Jack L. Copeland                                                                                                     football - with its large crowds, mass
                                               page of opinion.    The     misconception        by sorrlc rhiit  college                                                          adulterated habitat of such nrcdy ( rir-
      hri5tant          editor
        Vikki K. Wotson                        views do not necessar-      alhlctics      should be merely an cx-              popularity and donor following ~ that              ters as the spotted owl and thr I Yirrrd
      Editorial and                            ily represent    a con-     tracurrirulirr     activity for a small per-        fuels the train on which, with rare ex-            chipmunk, I depart my monthly corn-
          odvertiring              orrirtant   sensus of the NCAA          centage of students.                                ccprions, other sports programs ride.              pliancc meeting saddened and dis-
          Ronald D. Mott                       membership.                                                                     six Saturdays in Tiger Stadium pay the             maycd.
                                                                               It’s a premise that ignores the acad-
                                                                           emic and financial con&ibutions              of     freight for a diversified college pro-                  The realization      is tlial wliilr our
                                                                           self-supporting       college athletics pro-        gram, rnany aspects of which are man-               l!)!)Os clocks are ticking, the NCAA’s
                                                                           grams (such as Louisiana State Uni-                 dated by the Federal government           to       administrative      focus is tragically wal-
0 Guest editorial                                                          versiry’s), their integration
                                                                           overall mission of a comprehensive
                                                                                                                into thr       provide equal opportunities for young
                                                                                                                               Womt’Ir i1S Well as yoLltlg   men.
                                                                                                                                                                                  lowing in the same 1970s “ivory tow-
                                                                                                                                                                                  er” rncnlality that nearly wiped out
                                                                           university, and their impact on the lJIli-              And it is also football that permits           General Motors and U.S. Steel. The

Athletes’ voices                                                           versity and local communities.
                                                                               Louisiana State alliletics offers op-
                                                                                                                               the athletics ptogarn to funnel morr-
                                                                                                                               cy to the university for academic schol-
                                                                                                                               arships rhat are available to all quali-
                                                                                                                                                                                  troops in the trenches arc falling, yet
                                                                                                                                                                                  the top brass sdll finds the battle Iirm-
                                                                                                                                                                                  ly in the hand of cost-cutting.
                                                                           portunities not only to those ~110 par-
are being heard                                                            ticipate directly on one of 18 teams but
                                                                           to     IIlJITlCTOUS   other   yoll11~   men   and
                                                                                                                               fied     students, to underwrite
                                                                                                                               fcssorsliips arid for capital improve-
                                                                                                                                                                      pro-             Guess what, gang? Wc nrctl not just
                                                                                                                                                                                  “gender      eq:iry” but also a move to-
                                                                            wornen who begin thrir working ca-                 rncnts that are not otherwise funded               ward “slender quity” in the balloon-
By Matthew                       Leighninger                                rccrs by supporting      the prograrn in           by state tax dollars.                              ing corporate         SmJChJre        currently
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY                                                         ways that range from sporls       medicine              WC must never lose sight of the pr-m          known as intercollegiate athletics. With
      For the last 12 months,
                            the NCAA has                                    LOsports media relations, who brnefit               mar-y mission of a univrrsity     and ler         no easy answers in hand, perhaps the
                                                                            from scholarship aid that is grncratcd              athletics be the tail that wags the dog.          NCAA will sorr~cl~ow find in its hear-t
received some bad press for a supposed lack
                                                                            by the athletics dcpanrnent, and who                But we should also recognize that ath-            the need to at Icast SiIvT IJS from the
of student-athlete involvement   in its decision-                                                                               letics al Louisiana State helps a com-            pile of regulatory refuse under which
                                                                            hold down jobs in the community -
making process.                                                             jobs that rxist because of the economic             prehensive university achieve its mis-            it has buried us. Until then, maybe we
                                                                           ..                                                   sion and is as integrally important to            should lobby their ranks for a11 NCAA
    Editorial pieces in various newspapers and                              impact of the program. (That irnpari
magazines have decried the absence of a                                     in Baum Rouge is $65 million in salts               that success as any excellent academ-             special event: “Plant a tree for com-
                                                                            for businesses, another $25 million in              ic dcpannient.                                    pliarirr!”
“student voice,” both at the NCAA
                                                                            household earnings and 1,600 jobs.)                                            Herb Vincent                                            Craig Brown
Convention     and on individual   campuses. To
                                                                               Will scoffs at the significance of foot-                     Associate Athletics Director                                           Diving Coach
these authors, the recent incidents at several                              ball in the overall scheme of an a&                               L4misiana State University                     Pennsylvania State University
universities  where student-athletes    on a par-
ticular team “rebelled”    against their coach
are simply signs of the times. Sports                                      El Opinions
Illustrated’s  college basketball preview last
season likened different NCAA figures to
planets in the solar system; a black hole rep
                                                                           NCAA rules meant to stop abuses
resented student-athletes,    with the caption                                  Ira Berkow, columnist                                                    Michael Wilbon, columnist
“No representation,     no voice.”                                              The New York Times                                                       The Washington      Post
    The survey of the NCAA Student-Athlete                                           “The reason the majority of the presidents of 298 NCAA                 “This (the action by the Black Coaches Association) is a
Advisory Committee (SAAC) that is described                                     mrrnber schools voted for reduction in athletics scholar-                fight the NCAA doesn’t want and can’t win. When it was
                                                                                ships ~ 10 percent across the board, notjust basketball ~                one man ~ John Thompson              - OUL front, the NCAA
on page 1 stands in stark rebuttal to those
                                                                                was, the NCAA says, for cost-cutting purposes.                           couldn’t win. And it certainly can’t now, not with a new
articles. More than half of the Division I insti-                                                                                                        group of activists saying, ‘Count us in.’
                                                                                     “College costs are spinning out of control. The college
tutions responding     (604 of the 823 that were                                                                                                            “ ‘WC can’t solve all urban America’s ills,’ Thompson
                                                                                presidents thought this was one way to help curb it.
surveyed responded) indicated that they had                                                                                                              said, ‘but at least let us be a part of the effort. As it stands,
                                                                                     “Olher regulations, like Propositions 48 and 42, which
active campus student-athlete        committees of                                                                                                       we can’t do a darnned thing in the neighborhoods          WC arc
                                                                                prohibit athletics scholarships and eligibility for students
some kind. Over all divisions, about 47 per-                                                                                                             from. Our influence has been lessened. The drug dealers
                                                                                who fail to meet freshman academic rrquirements,            are in-
                                                                                                                                                         have more access to kids now than coaches do....1 under-
cent of the responding     institutions      had com-                           tended to stop Gxploilation of black athletes, of admitting
                                                                                                                                                         stand the goal of the rules, but there’s a larger ball game
mittees.                                                                        them into college and not educating them, of admitting
                                                                                                                                                         out there than whether Ternple can bear Georgetown that
                                                                                those who aren’t interested or capable of college work.
    While conference-wide      committees were                                                                                                           we can have an effect on.’
                                                                                     “It would be too easy, and surely unfair, to characterize
still rare, the survey did indicate that student-                                                                                                           “It’s time for the rules to bc changed.
                                                                                Gorge Raveling and John Thompson, leaders of the Black
athletes were indeed finding a collective                                       Coaches Association, as being self-serving in tcgatd to re-
                                                                                                                                                            “Given that college football and baskcttyall produce about
voice at hundreds of campuses, discussing                                                                                                                80 prrcrnt    of an athletics department’s rcvcnuc, it’s time
                                                                                cruiting. Recently, the Black Coaches Association boycotted
                                                                                                                                                         to restore two scholarships to basketball, meaning about
issues such as NCA       academic requirements,                                 the National Association of Basketball Coaches meeting in
                                                                                                                                                         600 mote kids will lravr a way to go to college.”
drug and alcohol abuse among athletes, and                                      Charlotte, North Carolina, as a protest against the reduc-
playing- and practice-season        restrictions.                               tion of sc holarships, along with greater recruiting rrstric-
                                                                                tions.                                                                   Gender          equity
       Of those institutions     that didn’t yet have a
                                                                                     “But in regard to the stand by the black coaches, Thomas
    student-athlete     committee, roughly a third                               K, prcsidcnl of Wake Forest University and one
                                                                                                                                                         Jill Pommrehn,       sports editor
    replied that they were in the process of devel-                                                                                                      University   of Denver    Clarion
                                                                                ofthose who wrote the new rules, said: ‘I think the issue is
                                                                                                                                                            “Last spring, thr tram with rhe best record was worIlell’s
    oping one. Add to this the work of the newly                                broader arrd more complex. 1 don’t think bask&all            is the
                                                                                                                                                         bask&all.    At one point, it had a 193 record, 10-O in con-
    expanded national SAAB, which influenced                                     sole, exclusive rrrcirrrs to solving the education problem in
                                                                                                                                                         fcrcncc. Why should that [earn have been rclcgirtrtl to the
    legislation   at the 1993 Convention      and has                           this countiy.’
                                                                                                                                                         bottom of the pagr, or not cover-cd at all? Thcrr was no
    two proposals of its own to be considered this                                    “The ten-iblr thing is that too rnany of the young black           reason. This was the Pioneers’ best team, and thr &letes
    year, and substantial progress is evident.                                   athletes continue to bclicvt-, or arc led to believe, that sports       deserved as much publicity as we could give thrm.
                                                                                 is the only way out. The terrible thing is that too many still             “When I put thr sports pages together, I dccidc what
       Of course, there still is mistrust of the stu-                                       of the riches of professional sports, when only one
                                                                                 dr~rarrl                                                                story should gc’ the top billing, not by the sport, but by what
    dent-involvement    concept.   Some coaches                                  in 10,000 rnakrs it to the pros, and then pcrhaps.just fcjr a           tram won alld what team has Ircrn al the rniddle or hot-
    probably fear that student-athlete     committee                             year or two. Afterward, as WC know from numerous tragic                 torn. Each week, the top stories change, as they should.
    meetings will become “gripe sessions” about                                  stories, they may be cast adrift: no education, no futurr. A            F,ach wrek, the teams’ performances        change; so should
    tough practices or lack of playing time.                                     dream destroyed.                                                        their positions in the SC hool’s newspaper.
                                                                                      “~l‘he NCAA’s rules, rncanwhile, should not be viewed as              “I believe the quality in spotis coverage came about IX-
    Athletics directors may worry that student-
                                                                                 a kirrd of victirnizarion, as ‘a lost opportunity.’  11is a legiri-     tausr I do not look at the teams as men’s basketball, men’s
    athletes will air complaints   about carefully                                                                                                       hockey, women’s gymnastics or worm-n’s baskr~ball, but
                                                                                 mate attempt to bring the abuses of college sports under
    crafted schedules or scholarship      allotments.                            sorrrc control. Despairingly,       no matter how many disad-           rather as basketball, gymnastics and lrorkcy. The grnrler
                                                                                 vantaged at1rlctc.s &rr      are, hope does not lit with I,askH-        of thr arhleles really doesn’t matter. What maltrrs is the
                                                                                 b;111.”                                                                 p0-fc,nnarrce.”
                                               See Athletes’,   page 5 b
 November           1, 1993                                                                  The NCAA News                                                                                                                         Page 5

Dreifort                          wins                 Golden                          Spikes
    Former Wichita State University      age. He pitched 261 innings, strik-        State University, John Powell of
pitcher Darrcn Dreifort, the set-        ing out 275 and walkingjust X5.            Auburn University,Jeff Granger of
ond player chosen in Major League            As a member of the U.S. Olympic        Texas A&M University and Brooks
Baseball’s    draft last June, was       baseball team last year, Dreifort          Kieschnick    of the University   of
named October 27 as winner of            was 2-O with a 2.10 ERA and thrrc          Texas at Austin; catchers l%ul Lo-
the (iolden Spikes Award, given          saves.                                     Duca of Arizona State University
annually to the nation’s best ama-           All but fOlJJ of Dreifort’s   78       andJason Varitek of Georgia lnsti-
trur baseball player.                    rollege appearances      were as a         tute of Technology; second base-
    Drcifort, recently signed by the     relief pitcher.                            man Todd Walker of Louisiana
Los Angeles Dodgers, pitched                 Dreifon was a finalist for the         State University, and high-school
three seasons for Wichita State,         award for the serond year in a row.        shortstop Alex Rodriguez of West-
compiling a 26-5 record with 17          This year’s other finalists were           minster, Florida, the No. 1 pick in
saves and a 2.24 earned run avcr-        pitchers Brian Anderson ofWright           the professional draft.

Chair           selected;                     Following    is a list of the major programs suppotied by the NCAA
mission refined                             Foundation:
                                                 Degree-Completion        Awards.    (irants are made to student-
b Continued         from page 3              athletes for the purpose of completing           their undergraduate
                                             degrees. Student-athletes must have fewer than 30 semester hours
                                             remaining at the time of application. An NCAAcommittee          reviews
the Foundation    board also ap-
                                             the applications     and determines award recipients. This award
provrd a revised mission statement
                                             proBarn was initiated by the NCAA in 1988. The Foundation
during its October 18 meeting in
                                             became involved in 1990.
C&r-land Park, Kansas. The new
                                                Alcohol     Education.    Anheuser-Busch     has committed $2.75
                                             million for grants to member institutions         to conduct alcohol-
                                             education programs (known as the CHOICES Program) on their
   “The NCAA Foundation, a non-              campuses. A reader committee reviews proposals each year and
profit, tax-exempt corporation, was          determines the amounts to be granted to each winning institution.
created in 1988. The mission of              The process of rewriting the program to become an implementa-
the Foundation is 10 generate and            tion program, rather than a developmental program, is underway.
award funds in support of pro-               The grants will be made available again in fall 1994.
grams that enable student-athletes              Life-Skills   Program.    This program is intended to provide
to participate fully in the college          student-athletes a well-rounded      curriculum designed to assist in
community, to achieve successful             the areas of academic excellence, personal development, commu-
academic and athletics experi-               nity service and career development. This program is funded by
ences, and to prepare to be effec-           the corporate sector. The program materials are in the development                  DARE        volunteers
tive citi/.ens    and productive             stage, and the pilot program will begin in fall 1994.
contributors to society.                        Winning for Life. Entergy Corporation         has pledged $50,000                In conjunction       with DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance
                                             per year for 10 years to endow a recognition          and scholarship               Education program), the University of Louisville football
   “To achieve its mission, Foun-            program for student-athletes majoring in mathematics, science                       team volunteered more than 100 hours to visit elementaly
dation resources are used U) sup-            and engineering at NCAA institutions in Arkansas, Louisiana and                     schools, talking about the importance of staying in school
port programs such as the Degree-            Mississippi.                                                                        and staying away from drugs. Louisville           defi?nsive end
Completion    Award Program, the                Sports Journalism Scholarship. The Freedom Forum donated
CHOICES Program (alcohol edu-                $150,000 ($50,000 per year for three years) to fund the sports
                                                                                                                                 Alton J0ne.F (above) autographs trading cards for a group
cation), the Life-Skills Program,           journalism      scholarship    program. This program is designed                     of fifth-graders one of the visits. DARE officials
the Winning for Life Program and             specifically to foster freedoms of speech and press while promoting                 believe I,ouisville i.5 tb only college football team to be pic-
the Sports Journalism Scholarship            quality sports-journalism    education at the collegiate level.                     tured on trading cards with an anti-drug message.

Athletes’                                                                                                                                                              Committee
Voices have chance                            to be heard,                  thanks          to advisory                groups                                          Two spots filled

                                         mittees have tended to moderate            the last two years has been twofold:     hope that we give student-athletes        ) Continued                      from page 1
) Continued         from page 4
                                         the emotions and clarify the prob-         (1) to create a network of student-      an example of how to present
    Faculty reprcsentativrs  could be    lems of “teams in turmoil.” The                                                     their input sensibly and construe-        Arizona Court of Appeals and as a
                                                                                    athlete committees al the campus,
                                                                                                                                                                       special trial counsel for the Navajo
concerned      that student-athletes     committees often have filtered OUI         conference and national levels to        tively. In the past, we’ve been in-
                                         selfish individual   concerns and                                                                                             nation. He served as general coun-
will oppose campus or NCAA aca-                                                     overcome committee isolation and         volved in debate on the “good-
demic requirements.                                                                                                                                                    se1 for the University of Arizona
                                         averted potential crises.                  (2) to visibly make a difference at      faith” waiver, the calibration     of
                                                                                                                                                                       from 1983 to 1988.
                                                                                    the narional level by taking public      test scores in academic standards
                                            Not all committees have been                                                                                                  Lacey and Richmond will hegin
    In practice, however, student-                                                  stands on NCAA legislarion that          for incoming students, restrictions
                                         success stories. The most common                                                                                              their duties with the committee
athlete committees have not been                                                    affects the interests of’ student-       on the number of contacts in foot-
                                         reason for failure, however, has                                                                                              immediately.
nearly so controversial.      Most of                                               athletes.                                ball recruiting and conditions for
                                         not been too much controversy,
the members of the national SAAC                                                                                             the cancellation of a student-ath-
                                         but rather too little. A few adminis-
have had experience on commit-                                                          Connection to othrrcommittees        letc’s scholarship aid.
                                         trators have reported low attend-
tees on thrir own campuses, and                                                     shows studenrs that involvement
the NCAA Special Committee to
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Women’s volleyball                                                                                warming                                     up to rally scoring
By Gary 1. Brown
                                                                                                                                          I     “There’s a more positive feeling about it now
     When rally scoring was adopted
 for the 1991 NC;AA women’s volley-
 ball championships, many coaches
                                                                                                                                          I     that we’ve had a chance to use it for a COU@Q
                                                                                                                                                years. ”

 felr rhar administrators of the game
 were fixing something that wasn’t                                                                                                              n     Barbara Viera
 broken.                                                                                                                                                                   coal
                                                                                                                                                                         111 :h
     The argument was that rally                                                                                                                      llniversity of Delaware
 scoring, which was introduced to
 shorten the length of a match in
 order lo better accommodate the                                                                             to attract those who maybe weren’t                                             rally scoring and placing a scoring
 media, was a marketing ploy made                                                                            die-hard but had an interest in the                                            cap on all games. There also is
 at the game’s expense.                                                                                      sport:’                                                                        si~lJpon for using regular scoring
     The irony may be, however, that                                                                            Conferences were encouraged,                                                in game five, but playing 10 seven
just rhe opposite has been the                                                                               but not required, to use rally scor-                                           points instead of 15. There is even
 case. Whilr rally scoring hasn’t                                                                            ing during the 1991 regular season                                             talk in International   Federation of
 had the effect many hoped it would                                                                          on the premise that it would be                                                Volleyhall    circles abour dividing
 ils far as luring live television broad-                                                                    used in the championship.        It he-                                        the match into halves, as is done
 casts, there is evidence that it has                                                                        came an issue when California                                                  in basketball.
 added an excitcmt-nt to the game                                                                            State University,    Long Beach-
                                                                                                                                                                                            ‘Exciting   way    to finish’
 that more and more initial oppo-                                                                         Q which had not used rally scoring
                                                                                                         4 d1Ui11g
                                                                                                         4             rhe regular season-        lost                                          “I don’t  see aI1 X~VdIltiIg~     (with
 ncnts ofthe rule now don’t want to
 give up.                                                                                                4 the Division I championship              to                                      alternative    methods),” said Brad
                                                                                                         -i the University of California,         Los                                       Saindon, volleyball coach at the
Attempt      to confirm                                                                                  2 AngelesPwhich          had used rally                                            University of Colorado, Boulder.
    Bccausc dch;ue still lingers on                                                                       $ scorIngPIn       a rally-scored     fifth                                       “You might as well stay with rally
both sides of the fcncc, Cindy Iewis,                                                                    $ and deciding game.                                                               scoring. I thinkit offers an exciting
chair ol the NCAA Division I Wom-                                                                        ;       “At rhe championships     at UCLA                                          perspective on coaching. The rule
en’s VJll~yl~iIll <:ommittee, wants a                                                                    ‘z,in 1991,” said Debbie Chin, the                                                 was adopted to make the match
survry regarding rally scoring and                                                                        E current chair of the NAGWS Rules                                                lrngth more predictable, but more
orher proposed alternativr scoring                                                                       $ Committee, “there was a groan                                                    than that, it’s brcome an exciting
methods to he sent out with a future                                                                     1 from rhe crowd when we went to                                                   way to finish a match.
American Vollryball Coaches Asso-                                                                            rally scoring. It was obvious that                                                 “The tiehreaker in tennis is a
                                            Rally scoring became a controuerxial  issue in 1991 when the
ciation newslcttcr. Her hopes are                                                                            these were two great teams and                                                 good comparison. You’ve got a 6-6
                                            University of California, Los Angeles- which had been using      there was a feeling that the issue                                             set, now you have the tiebreaker.
thilr the results would reflect what
slit- feels is a growing acceptance of      rally scoting during the regular season- won thQ Division I      wasn’t being settled the right way.”                                 ’s see who’s better-you’ve          go:Or
the rally-scoting rule.                     Women k Volleyball Championship over California State Univer-                                                                                   to be good, and you’ve            got to be
                                                                                                                                              Anticipated     opposition                    good now. I know my players like
    “It’s no longer much of an issut-       sity, Long Beach- which had not used rally scoring during thQ
in Division 1,” she said. “Most pea-                                                                                                              Vierd was aware that the rule             rally scoring, and from my per-
                                            regular season - in a rally-scored fjih and deciding game.
plc furl that the spectators like the                                                                                                         would have its detractors.                    spective the fans like it, too. It’s
excitement, and that families that          inrent was to makr the length of                      imental rule on a two-year basis.                “Resistance  originally  came            made volleyhall        more exciting,
used to bc conccrnrd about being            matchrs more predictable       and                    The surveys WC had sent out re-             from coaches who thought we                   and when you have an exciting
out too late are happy with the             thus lure television and radio net-                   garding rally scoring were indeci-          shouldn’t change the Wdy you play             gillnc, it’s casicr to market.”
shonrr match. But there are those           works Lo commit to broadcasting                       sive in that although Division I            game five from the way you play                   Some who have studied the im-
purists who still want the whole            an entire match.                                      and Division I1 were in favor, the          the first four games,” she said.              plications     of rally scoring and
match (without rally scoring). We                                                                 overall resula were not overwhelm-          “They also worried that rally scor-           other alternative scoring systems
                                               Barbara Virra, women’s volley-                                                                 ing played against strong, aggres-            warn that tailoring thr rules to
fret, though, that rally scoring will                                                             ingly in favor. That’s why we made
                                            batt coach at the Univrrsity    of                                                                sivc servers who now had to play it           attain a match length may interfere
continue to attract new spectators                                                                it an experimental    rule.”
                                            Dctaware and chair ofthc NAGWS                                                                    silfe in game five.                           with the probability of the better
and Ihar coaches will become more
                                            Rules Committee at thr time the                                                                                                                 team winning. They also argue
~omfi~r~al~le with it. If we can                                                                  ‘Next   level’                                 “Still, there’s a more positive
                                            ruIr was adopted, said that the                                                                                                                 that the rally scoring saves only an
confirm that with some numbers,                                                                                                               feeling abOUt it now that we’ve had
                                            N(:AA Division 1 Womrn’s Volley-                         The chair ofthe NCAA Division                                                          average of less than 10 minutes in
the11 we’ll feel good about keeping                                                                                                           ;L chance to use it for a couple of
                                            ball (:omInittcc spearhraded   the                    I Women’s Volleyball Committee                                                            the length of ;I match.
it ;is ;i 1ulc:’                                                                                  at thar time was Christine Hoyles,          years. The explosiveness      of the
                                            chmge.     .,                                                                                                                                       Saindon, howrver, wants to see
Originated      in 1991                                                                           who saw a need not only to attract          issue has been tamed.”
                                               “WC- wanted 10 keep in line with                                                                                                             more coachrs jump on the rally-
                                                                                                  more viewers through television                                                           scoring bandwagon.
     Rirlly scoringPin   which points       the intrrnational    rules and the                                                                   Alrernarives to rally scoring that
                                                                                                  but to create excitement at the end                                                           “Rally scoring works rvcrywhcrr
;11r    awarded lbr each service-           LJlIitrd States Volleyball Associ;l-                                                              have been discussed include award-
                                                                                                  of a match.                                                                               rlsc,” Saindon said. “I just wish
was adopted as an cxprrimcn~al              tion, which had adopted rally scar-                                                               ing points after a certain number
rule in 1991 by the National Asso-          ing already,” shr said. “II seemed                       “The committee had discussed             of consecutive side-outs has been             collegiate coaches would spend
ciation for Girls and Women in              to us that the N(XA Division I                        a need to get volleylJall to the next       reached, or awarding bonus points             more time studying it as to how it
Sport (NAGWS), Ihe rules-making             committer was interested, so WC                       level,” she said. “We already had           to a team scoring on its own serve.           will work for them instead of corn
body for WOIIWII’S     volleyball. ‘I’he    adopted rally scoring as an cxpcr-                    the die-hard fans, but we wantrd               Some coaches favor eliminating             plaining about it.”

 III volleyball committee seeks                                                                                                                  Publications                          now available
                                                                                                                                                     Six new rdirions of plIbliCil-            The Sports Medicine Hand-
 reaction to proposed ‘94 format                                                                                                                 tions from thr N(XA Sports
                                                                                                                                                 Library now arc available from
                                                                                                                                                                                            book srlls for $3.25 to members
                                                                                                                                                                                            and $6.50 to IlcJIlIIlemlJerS.
     l‘he NCAA Division III Women’s         m that used by the L&vision                      II   at <:onland, Division III Women’s              the national office.                          The Foreign Student Hand-
Vollryh;ill (:ommittec is Foliciring        bbrnen’s        VCJllCybilll   and   DiViSiOIl        Volleyball Committee chair. “This                  &Jd;lkY~  l)ul,lications include       hook contains the latest criteria
atlvitc from the nicmhcrship con-           III Baseball <:oInmittees to help                     isn’t somcthing that we came up                the 1993-!)4 NCAA Directory,               for reviewing international iiCil-
CCIning ;i proposed finma for the           determine the number of berths                        with cluic kly. 11 is important    to          Injury Su~cill;~rl< c Dara Note-           demic standards to determine
 I!)!)4 Division III Women’s Vollcy-        allotted to each region.                              know that we rried to stay within              hook, Sports Medicine Hand-                the eligibility of foreign student-
I,;111(:liampionship.                          The committee used this infor-                     the concept of pure regionaliza-               book, Foreign Student Hand-                athletes. It sells tbr $1 to mcm-
                                            mation to propose realignment of                      tion. We looked at geographical                book, fiasketball         Statisticians’   hers and $2 to nonmembers.
     At its May 1993 meeting, thr
                                            the current six regions into eight,                                                                  Manual and I!)94 Men’s and                    The Raske~ball Statisticians’
NCAA Executive (:onimittec           ap-                                                          concerns, conferences       i1Ud the
                                            as follows: New England,          Nrw                                                                Women’s Rifle Rt~lcs.                      Manual contains official rules,
pro\,ed the cxl>ansiotl of the 1993                                                               strength of diffcrciit   Icgions in
                                            York, Mid-Atlantic. South, Midwest,                                                                      Thr Iatcst edition of the di-          including      special interprcta-
Division 111championship bracket                                                                  thr process.
                                            (;rcilt I.akrs, Central and West                                                                     rectory contains an alphahrti~             tions and approved rulings. The
from 24 10 :12 teams, but tabled                                                                      “We’re looking for frrdback
                                                                                                                                                 cat roster of members, with                manual sells for $2.75.
proposals concerning          the I!)!)4        LJndcr thr proposal, four teams                   from coachrs as far as placemenr
                                                                                                                                                 disrricr and division designa-
c hampionship       so that further in-     would hr srlectcd from each of                        of teams in lJiII%cular rrgions.                                                             Men’s and Women’s Riflr
                                                                                                                                                 tions as wrll as a listing of
formarion could be obtained from            thr right regions, basrd on rr-                       We’re hoping to rrrcive insight                                                           Rules, which sells tbr $4, con-
                                                                                                                                                 N<XA committees and the As-
the mcmhersliip.                            gional      rankings.     These teams                 into something       WC  may have                                                         tains diagrams of equipmcnl
                                                                                                                                                 SoCiiltion’s ;Idministrative struc-
      The Division III volleyl~all com-     would play in eight four-team rc-                     missed or overlooked:’                                                                    and the official rules.
 mittee has discussed ways to ban-          gionals ar on-campus sites, and                           The    committee    is urging                                                             The books may be orderrd
                                                                                                                                                     The Injury Surveillance Dana
 tile the 32-tram format based on           the winners would advance to an                       coaches to submit clucstions, con-                                                        by contacting the NCAA circu-
                                                                                                                                                  Notebook, which sells for $15,
 rhe alignmrnt ofconfcrcnces,        the    eight-team final on the campus of                     ccrns or suggrstions in writing as             clocumrnts injuries in the IS              lation staff, F.0. Box 7347, Over-
 number of teams within regions,            a participating     institution.                      soon as possible to either Sitterly             sports monitored hy the NCAA              land F%rk, Kansas 66207-0347:
 grographical     concerns and parity           “It ~;IS tilkcn iI number of ycaI \               or Carl E Daniels, N(XA assistant               ir?jury~surveillalicc     systrm.         telephone !I1 3/339 1900.
 of strength il~~lc)~lg regions. The        to put this logerher,” said Joan                      director of championships        and
 committrc used a formula similar           Smerly of State Llniversity College                   liaison to the committee.
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    n Championships                                              previews

     Division        I Women’s            Soccer                                                                                  Division           I Men’s      Soccer

     Hermann                            winner                    leads Tar Heels                                                Virginia                        seeks rare triple                                     win
          Event: I!#93 Division I Women’s Soccer                                                                                      Event: 1993 Division         1 Men’s Soccer              Ortober       and was ranked    No. I in the
     (hampionship.                                                                                                               Championship.                                                 Intercollegiate     Soccrr   Association   of
          Overview:        Though      North Carolina                                                                                 Overview:     Virginia     goes for its third            America top-20 poll.
     has lost all-American            Kristine     Lilly to                                                                      straight crown after becoming             the first
     graduation,       returning      Hermann       Award                                                                        school in 10 years to win back-to-back                           Field: The rhampionship     br-arket has
     winner Mia Hamm heads another loaded                                                                                        titles. The Cavaliers       are paced by fresh-               been    expanded from 28 to 82 teams this
     Tar Heel squad that is favored to win its                                                                                   man Mike Slivinski           (eight goals, nine               year. One team will br chosen from each
      1 lth championship         in the 12-year history                                                                          assists) and sophomorr              all-American              of eight regions and the other teams will
     of the event. The list of rhallengers                is a                                                                   Claudia     Reyna (eight goals, five assists).                be selected at large. Selections     will be
     familiar      one, including       Stanford,       Cali-                                                                    .l‘he Cavaliers,    however,      might not even              rIIiidc November   8.
     fornia,     Connecticut,        Santa Clara and                                                                             bc    the top-seeded      team in the Atlantic
     Wisconsin.       Notre Dame, whose lone loss                                                                                (:O:lSt    ClJrlferenCe        pOStSc;lSOn       tOllrm-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Dates and sites: All games bcforr thr
     this season was to North Carolina,                    ap-                                                                   ment.       That spot may go to Clemson,
                                                                                                                                                                                               semifinals     will be played on the cam-
     pears set to make its first tournament                                                                                      which      knocked off a previously         lm~JcateI1
                                                                                                                                                                                               puses of participating      institutions.     First-
     appearance.                                                                                                                 Cavalirr       squad in Octobrr            on a last-
                                                                                                                                                                                               round games will be completed               by No-
          Field: The championship            bracket has                                                                         second       goal. Another      challenger      for the
                                                                                                                                                                                               vrmher     14, second-round        games by No-
     been expanded           from 12 to 16 teams this                                                                            Division      I title is (Zreighton,    which fash-
                                                                                                                                                                                               vcmhrr     21 and third-round           games by
     year. Four teams from               each of four                                                                            ioned      an unbeaten       record through            late
                                                                                                                                                                                               Novrmber      28. The semifinals         and final
     regions will be selected November                  7.
                                                                                                                                                                                               will be December       3 and 5 at Davidson.
          Dates and sites: All games wilt be
     played on the campuses               of competing           Erin Mnrtin,rz     and Santn Clnra
     institutions.       Four four-team         regionats                                                                                                                                          Television coverage: Thr champion-
                                                                 ure hoping to knock North Carolina.                                                                                           ship srmifinals         and final will bc broad-
     will be conducted          November       13-14. The
     semifinals      will be November          19 and the        off its championshij~ pede.stal.                                                                                              cast live by Frimcsportschannel.             The
     championship           game will be November                                                                                                                                              semifinals     will be at 2 pm. Eastern time
                                                                 Hinton    (nine goats, five assists), (:alifor-                                                                               December       3 and the final will br at 1:30
                                                                 nia’s   second      all-timr      lrading    point                                                                            [JJTI. Eastern     tirnr December      5.
        Television coverage:‘l‘he     champion-
                                                                 scorer. . ..North    Carolina       got a scare at
     ship will be televised live hy ESFN2 at 2
                                                                 Santa Clara earlier in the season, rallying                                                                                     Results: ~~hiit~lpioIlship         results will
     p.m. Eastern timr November       21 and also
                                                                 from a 2-O half-time         deficit to win, 3-2.                                                                             appear in the December           6 issue of The
     telcviscd tape-delayed     by ESYN at 1 p.m.
                                                                 “Sometimes        you’re     thankful     for half                                                                            NCAA News.
     Eastern time December        6.
                                                                 time:’ said Santa Clara coach Jerry Smith.
       Results: Championship               results  will         “But    against     Carolina        we wish     we
     appear in the November            22 issue of The           could’ve just played straight through.”
     NCAA News.

        Championship               notes: Duke’s goal
     against     North       Carolina      in last year’s
     rhampionship            game was only the third                                                                                                                                           Bob Worming,          head coach
     sc orcd against the Tar Heels in I I title                                                                                                                                                Creighton
     games. The Tar Heels have outscored                                                                                                                                                           “We have 10 seniors who have been
     their opponents,           35-5, in championship            Chris Petrucelli,      head coach                                                                                             the core of-the program      since I started it
     games....Duke           was the ninth different             Notre Dame                                                                                                                    from srratch four years ago and they’vr
     runner-up       in the history         of the cham-             “We start four freshmen            and five                                                                               become     better players each year, both
     pionships.      Only Connecticut           and Coto-        sophomores,      hut we’ve got the best chem-                                                                                 skill-wise   and physically.     As a result,
     rado College             have finished        second        istry we’ve cvcr had-of            course,    that                                                                            we’re able to complete          some of the
     twice      California,        which hasn’t been in          tends to happen when you’re winning.                                                                                          things we set out to do that first year.
     the tournament            sinre 1988, could make            North Carolina        is the obvious     favorite                                                                             These guys are bright, highly motivated
     an appearance          this season after downing            and everyone      else is fighting  for second,                                                                               players who work IO correct their weak-
     Santa Clara         and tying Portland.           The       hut we’re not going to worry about North                                                                                       ncsscs. My goal is to have people think of
                                                                                                                                 ~muut~ myna 2s me secona-Leua-                                Crcighton      as the soccer power in the
     Golden Bears, who were unbeaten                   at 9-     Carolina    until we have to play them.
     O-4 until consecutive           losses to San Fran-         We’ve got to win a lot of games before WC                       ing .scorer jOr Virginia,     which is                         Midwest, just like you think of Virginia
     cisco and Stanford,              are led by Erika           play them again.”                                               going for its third straight title.                            in the East and U(XA in the West.”

     Division        II Men’s       Soccer

     Defending                            champion                            faces list of challengers
        Event: 1993 Division II Men’s Soccer Championship.                             Winnrr   opened     the campaign         with seven consecutive
        Overview:   Defending   champion  Southern Connecti-                           shutouts beforr    allowing      two goals in a loss to Fl~~rida
     cut State is a slight favorite        to rapture        its fourth titlr in       Tech. Then, the floodgates          opened in an X-4 setback to
     seven years, but the list of challengers              includes Gannon,            Seattlr Pacific. _. Southern       Connecticut   State’s only loss
     South Carolina-Spartanburg,              Tampa, Seattle F%cific and               has been IO Gannon,       I-O. It is the only game in which the
     Florida Tech. South Carolina-Spartanburg                        hosted what       Owls have been shut out. Owl goalkeeper              Bo Oshoniyi
     may be a preview of the championship                      in October     at its   has whitewashed      eight opponents         and needs .just three
     Tournament          of Champions,          which        featured      Seattle     more shutouts to set a school career record.
     Pacific,     Tampa        and   Southrrn          Connecticut           State.
     South (:;lrolina~SpartanbLIrg              emerged          with the best
     record after downing          Seattle F%cific and tying Southern
     CkJnnrcticut     State. The four teams have made a four-year
     commitment        to the tournament        at rotating       sites-Tampa          Ray Reid, head coach
     in 1994, then at Seattle I%cific and Southern                   Connecticut       Southern Connecticut State
     State.                                                                                “We’re not even thinking    about repeating-we’rr~just
        Field: Twelve teams from four regions will be selected                         trying to get to the tournament.     Our chrmistry       is good,
     November       7. The top four teams will rereive first-round                     the guys are working      hard, hut everybody     is up tar us
     hycs.                                                                             whrn WC play them, so it’s tough.”
        Dotes and sites: All games will be played at on-
     campus sites. First-round            games will br cornplcted                by   Rob Russo, head coach
     November       14 and serond-round           games hy Novembrr              21.   South Carolina-Spartanburg
     The semifinals        will be December        3 or 4, and the final will             “I think        our    tournament        (the   Tournament        of            Tom Fitzgerald,       head coach
     IJc I&ember         4 or 5.                                                       (Champions)        made PCO~IC        stand ~111 and take noticr     of            Tampa
        Results: Championship               results    will apprar         in the      South    (:;~rolin;~-Sp;lrtall~~~~rg.        I’ve  always    stressed                 “WC put OUI~SC~VCS a hole when we lost to Florida
     December       6 issue of Thr NCAA Nrws.                                          drfensr.    (;rrat    defenses win tournaments,           and I think              Tech, but ifwc can beat South Carolina-Spananburgand
        Championship             notes: Tampa           goalkreper          David      that may be a lost art in collcgc scJccer right now.”                              Lander aI hornc, thrn 1 think we’ll bc in good shape.”

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     Division             I Field Hockey

     Long-dominant                                                    Old Dominion                                        now has company
        Event: 1993 Division 1 Field Hockey Championship.                                              with a 24-O record . . . .I,ast yrar’s title game was played in
        Overview:   Rarity is the key word. Old Dominion,                                              front of a championship-record         crowd of 3,036. _. .Overall,
      which has won the last three championships                      by posting                       Old Dominion        has won seven championships         since the
      shutouts in each of the title games,             is I Z-3-2 this SC;ISWI.                        tournament     started in 1981. The only other teams to have
     The queen is far from dead, but if there is to be a                                               won are Connecticut           (19X1 and 1985). Iowa (1986),
      changing      of the guard, this could be the year. Penn State                                   Maryland    (1987) and North Carolina         (1989).
      was rhe first team to dent the Lady Monarchs’                        armor,
      posting a 2-l victory, and was undefeated               through its first
       15 games bef-ore suffering          a 4-O loss at Iowa, last year’s
      runner-up.      Second-ranked        Northwestern         (1 l-2-1); Mary
      lanrl,   which shares the No. 4 rankingwith              Old Dominion,
                                                                                                       Charlene Morett-Newman,                   head coach
      .md sixth-ranked          North (Carolina are among the Nittany
                                                                                                       Penn State
      I.ions’ virrims. Third-ranked         Massarhusetts        and Maryland
                                                                                                           “We   felt that our game wirh them (Old Dominion)
      also have hearen rhe defending             rhampions.        The Minute-
                                                                                                       dw;tys    has been competitive.       We played well, we just
      women,       who already         have captured         the Atlantic        10                    didn’t win. This year we played well and won. It gave us
      (Zonferrncc       regular-season      title for the second straight                              a lot ofconfidence.    1 still have great respect for them. Just
      year, went on a 14-game winning                streak after bowing to
                                                                                                       hecause they’re not on top now doesn’t mean they won’t
      Northwestern         in their opener.
                                                                                                       be at the end of the season.”
           Field: The 12-team tournamrnt            field will consist ofthe
      top team from each of six regions                (Northeast,       Mideast,
                                                                                                       Marisa Didio, head coach
      Mid-Atlantic,      South, Midwest and West). The remaining
      participants     will be selected at large.
                                                                                                          “Any team in the top 12 has a 50-50 chance of beating
            Dates and sites: First-round              competition         will be
                                                                                                       the other. I think it has to do with the development    of the
      Novemher       11; the second round will be played November
                                                                                                       sport. These coaches are seasoned         professionals   who
       14. Both rounds           will be played on the campuses                   of                   have been at their schools long enough to build a cycle of
      competing      institutions.    The semifinals      and championship                             success. It’s excellent  for the sport.”
      game will be played November               20-21 at Piscataway, New
     Jersey, where Rutgers University,                New Brunswick,           will
                                                                                                       Pam Hixon, head coach
      selve as host.
                                                                                                       Massachusetts                                                                    Jean Salishury (No. 23) has u teum-high IX
        Results: Championship     results will be published    in the                                     “There’s always been a lot of parity, with the exception
     November    22 issue of The NCAA News.                                                            of Old Dominion.    North Carolina      and Iowa also seem
                                                                                                                                                                                        ,for third-ranked Massachusetts, which is among
       Championship        notes: Old Dominion          posted thrre                                   more mortal than normal. It’s excellent     for the sport f-or                    st~~erul twms hoping to knock qff three-time defmd-
     shutouts in last year’s championship      to finish the season                                    more teams to think they have ;I chance.”                                         ing cham$Gon Old Dominion.

                                                                                                        Division           III Women’s         Volleyball

                                                                                                       Washington                                (Missouri) favored                                            for third straight
                                                                                                                Event:   1993 Division      111 Women’s     Volleyball    Cham-          victory avenged an early-season      loss to the Bears.. . .Junior
                                                                                                        pionship.                                                                        Amy Albers of Washington        is on a pace to set an NCAA
                                                                                                            Overview:     Two-time     defending    champion       Washing-              rerord with a nation-leading       hitting percentage      of .553.
                                                                                                        ton (Missouri)    is a strong favorite to become the second                      Teammate      Amy Sullivan tied a record earlier this season
                                                                                                        team to win three consecutive        championships.The           other           with 14 service acts in one match. She has 81 for the
                                                                                                        triple winner was UC San Diego, a top challenger                 again           year.    .Ohio Wesleyan     is placing     its hopes of a first
                                                                                                        this year. Earlier this season, Washington          rallied to beat              tournament     appearance    on sisters Jen and Carrie Kraly,
                                                                                                        the Tritons ac San Diego, 3-2, after dropping           (he first two            the first sister tandem to reap individual         player-of-the-
                                                                                                        games. LJ<ZSan Diego served for match point 10 times in                          week honors in the North Coast Athletic           Conference.
                                                                                                        eame f’our but lost       17-l 5 decision.  Game five also went

                                                                                                        win rhe last seven championships.                                                Teri Clemens, head coach
                                                                                                           Field: The bracket has been expanded               from 24 to 32              Washington    (Missouri)
                                                                                                        teams this year. At leasI four teams will be selected from                          “Thr biggest change from past years is that we’re still
                                                                                                        each of six regions,      and rhe remaining          teams will be               developing   rhemisrry this late in the season, which is
                                                                                                        selected at large. Selections   will be made November                7.          hot11 good and bad. We have the depth to make some
                                                                                                           Dates and sites: All matches will be played on the                            changes, but we field a pretty young team.”
                                                                                                        campuses     of participating       institutions.        First-round
                                                                                                        matches will be played November            10, and region&           will        Larry Bock, head coach
                                                                                                        be November     12-l 3. The semifinals       will be November          19        Juniota
                                                                                                        and the final will bc November         20.                                           “Right now, this team is being pushed hard by teams
                                                                                                           Results: Championship        results       will ;~ppcar       in the          we’re facing   down the stretch,    whereas     last year the
                                                                                                        November    22 issue of The NCAA News.                                           stretch   run wasn’t as strong.   People are playing      this
      Amy Sullivan qf Washington (Missouri) tied an                                                             Championship      notes:Juniata’s  3-l victory over Wash-                group real tough and we’re responding.      If things go true
      NCAA record curlier this season with 14 aces in                                                    ington      (Missouri) this season snapped a 59-match winning                   to f‘orm in the next month, we’ll be a little battle-hard,
      one match.                                                                                         streak      for the Bears that dated to November      8, 1991. The              and that will be an improvcmcnt     over a year ago.”

                                                                                                                                                                         I women’s basketball
       Hobart                                    considers                                     lacrosse move                                                             sets expanded format
            The Hobart                 College          men’s       chael    Hanna       told The Asso-                  University     and Cornell    Univer-
       hcrorsr        tram has won the Divi-                        ciated Prrss.                                        sity-on        its regular-season                                                                   tournamrnt           to play in first-round
                                                                                                                                                                            Tinkering        with the new tXtcam
       sion 111 championship                            every           The college’s       board of n-us-               schedule.                                                                                           rompetition.         Thirty-two         first-round
                                                                                                                                                                         format     W;IS     the priority       for the
       ye;u    except        one       since        1980, but       tees is expected          to vote on a                   Beginning     in 1995, however,                                                                 games will be played March I6 on
                                                                                                                                                                         NCAA Division           I Women’s Basket-
       new        scheduling                   rules       are      possible       rcclassificalion           of         Division    1 programs will have IO                                                                 the        campuses          of        tampering
                                                                                                                                                                         ball Comnlittrc          ar its October      24-
       prompting             school           offirials        to   men’s lacrosse during             a rneet-           play at least 10 rejquular-season                                                                   s~l~ools. The 16 winners                      will ad-
                                                                                                                                                                         25 meeting in Richmond,              Virginia.
       consider         moving             thr program              ing scheduled        for Novrmhrr          5         games against other Division          I                                                                           to second-round                campus
                                                                                                                                                                            The tournamrnt              field was ex-        V;IIICC
       I0 Division          I stillling          irl I!)!)!!..      through     7.                                       teams. Also, each game beyond                                                                       sites the following                  Saturday         or
                                                                                                                                                                         panded      to 64 teams 11y action of
            “We’re         trying            to rnakr           a       Since the NCAA created mul-                      the minimurn       that is scheduled                                                                Sunday, Marsh I9 or 20.
                                                                                                                                                                         the NCAA Executive             (:omrnittee     at
       choice that will illlow us IO man-                           tiple divisions     in the sport, Ho-                against a team outside of Divi-                                                                           Effrctivr    in l!)!K, rhe foinllat will
                                                                                                                                                                         its May meeting.           The Division         I
       ;~gr   our     destiny           in die       best iii-      bart has rcmainrd             in Division            sion I musl be matched with iin                                                                     provide for four teams to play first-
                                                                                                                                                                         wometl’s     I)r;lc-krt had consisted of
       tcrests         of      the          institution:’           III bllt kept several Division               I       additional     contest against ;I Di-                                                               iilld rrc-on&round                            ;lt e;lc’h
                                                                                                                                                                         4X trams since I!#!).                                                              g;lllleS
       Hohart         athletics             director        MiL     teams-including                 Syraruse             vision   1 team.
                                                                                                                                                                            The expanded             bracket     will rc-
                                                                                                                                                                         cluire rvery team selected for the                               See Bracket,             page       18 b
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n Division                                                    I-A leaders                                                                             Through October 30

 LeShon Johnson, Norlhern              III
 Erricl Ahett. Florida                                                                                                         %
 Byron Morrlr. Texas Tech                                                      1..
 Brenr Moss. Wrsconsm                                                                                                          1:
 KI-Jana Carter. Penn St                                                                                                       128
                                                              :.                                                               141
                                                                                                                               217                                                                                                PLAYER                                                                              yards:667,OregonSt vs Pacific (Cal ). Ott 9
T rone Whealley. Mrchigan                                                                                                      152
FIY hers.
  on          Fresno SI                                                                                                                                                                              Rushingand passin yards:597. John Walsh, Brigham                                                  Passing  yards:619.Brigham Youngvs. Utah St.. Oct.30
Na oleon Kaufman, Washmgton                                                                                                                                                                        Young vs. Utah St., 8 ct. 30.
Ro 1 ert Walker, West Va                                                                                                       iii                                                                                                                                                                     Fewest  rushin andpuring yardsalluwsd:51, Mississippi
Junror Smith, East Caro                                                                                                        192                                                                   Rushing passingplays:74. Tim Schade, Minnesota
                                                                                                                                                                                                               and                                                                                   vs. Vanderbilt, ! ept. 18.
Yoncy Edmonds. Rice                                                                                                            168
Curbs Marlin. PIllsburgh                                                                                                       152                                                                 vs. PennSt., Sept. 4.                                                                               Fewestrushingyards allowed:-32. Arizona vs Pacific
Dwa ne Thomas, Virgmra iech                                                                                                                                                                          Rushing ards:322, LeShon Johnson, Northern III vs                                               (Cal.), Sept. 11
Lee i ecton, Notre Dame                                                   :                                                    1;
          Arlrona St                                                                                                           179                                                                 Southern IrI., Ott 2.
RaymontHams,Ohro St                                                                                                            167
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rushin plays: 42. LeShon Johnson, Northern Ill vs
Curus Johnson,         Norlh Caro                                                                                              129
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Pacific (e al ). Ott 16
                                                               P4SSING               EFFICIENCV                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PLAYER
                                                                                       CMP                                      INT          YDS/                  TD RATING                         Passes            37.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             completed: Chris Vargas. Nevada vs Weber
                                                 CL      G         ‘I:;          Ch44 67pCK INT                                PCT     vnc    *TT            TD PCT POINTS                         St, Ott 23                                                                                          Rushingand pauln yards 597. John Walsh, Brrgham
!I!2 t!,51~~nepr?rXs?~a                          Sr      7                                                                     2.61                           10 8.70   184 1
Maurice DeSharo. Virginra Tech                   Jr      8                                                          4”         258                           19 12%     181 1                        Passes  attempted: Tim Schade. Mmnesota vs. Penn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Youngvs Utah St, I ct 30
Trenl D&r, Fresno St                                               :z                 1z :.g                                   1.57                           19 748    1695                       St.. Sept. 4.
Dave Barr. Caldorma                               j:     !         180                122 6778                      :                                        15 a.33
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Rushing yards: 198. Robert Walker, West Va. vs
Heath Shuler. Tennessee..      :.                 Jr     a                                                                     %                             20 9%      12:                          Pauing yards: 619. John Walsh, Brigham Young vs.                                                Syracuse, Oct.30.
John Walsh. Brlgham Young                                          m2
                                                                   276                171 6436
                                                                                      130 61%                       7                                        21  7.61   162.4                      Utah St., Oct.30                                                                                    Passingyards: 619. John Walsh, Brigham Young vs
Jeff Brohm, Lou~svrlle                           "s", !                                                                        %
Joe Hughes, Wyommg                                                 251
                                                                   247                151 63%
                                                                                      157 6016                      :                                        1:       27       161
                                                                                                                                                                               16229                 PassesuugM: 15, Johnnie Morton, Southern Cal vs.                                                Utah St., Oct. 30.
S mmion W~lhs, Vlrgmla                           $       !         lQ8                127 64 14                     5          E                             1!       ::       161 4               Houston, Sept.4. Shannon Mitchell, Georgia vs Florrda.
C Karhe Ward, Florrda St                                           241                1% 69.71                      1                                                          lM)9                                                                                                                    Ppcar caught15,ShannonMitchell, Georgiavs. Florida,
Rob Johnson, Soulhern Cal                         J: 9                                                                         1;:                                                                 Ott xl                                                                                            Oct.xl
Chris Var as, Nevada                             Sr  a             297
                                                                   352                2% 6761
                                                                                      2DQ 7037                     1:          4 55                          E        ii:      1:z
Gale Gun f y. Oklahoma                                                                                                         1.63                          11       5.98     157 1                 Receivingyards:297, Brian Oliver. Ball St vs Toledo,                                              Receivingyard% Lucious Davis, New Mexico St vs
Darrell Bevell. W~sconsm                         s",' !            197
                                                                   184                135 6853
                                                                                      116 63.M                      ;          4 57                                                                Oct. 9                                                                                            Nevada-Las Vegas,Oct. 30.
Scott Eckers. Mmnesota.                           Jr     7         127                 78 61 42                                                              14 1024
                                                                                                                                                             13 711            1%
Glenn Foley, Boston College.                                       207                123 5942                                 %                             14 676            1541                  Puntraturnyards:136,Ray Peterson,San DIegoSt. vs.
Terry Harve      North Caro SI                   g       i                                                                     3 25                          12 779            1528                Cal St. Northridge, Sept. 4.                                                                                                    TEAM
Steve Stens r ram. Stanford..                                      E                 27: E                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rushingyards:446. West Va. vs Syracuse, Oct.30
Dann O’Nell, Oregon                              Jr      8         259               161 62 16                     1:          2                             ::       E        152
                                                                                                                                                                               15243                 Kicbdt return yards: 184. Eric Scott, Northwestern vs.
Tlrn 6 ullerrez, San Orego St                    Jr      7         257               163 65.42                      6          233                           16       623      1534                Ohio St. Ott 7                                                                                              Passing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     yards:619,Brigham Youngvs. Utah St., Ott 30
                                                                    TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                                                                          TEAM                                                                        Rushln andpassing yards:664.Brigham Youngvs. Utah                                                                            WaDh
                                                             RIISHING              .- _..._
                                                                                 PASSINT:                                                    TmAl    .__...
                                                                                                                                                       nFFFN<F                                       Pointsscored:76, Nebraska vs North Texas, Sept 4                                                St, act !u
                                                     C       GAIN i-&S      NET ATT YDS                                                              YDPL
                    Nevada ........                                      45  26 352 3191                                                                                                                   and
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rushing pauing yards:794,Nevada vs. Nevada-Las                                                    Pointsscored:56, Utah St. vs. Brigham Young,Oct.30;
              alvlllo UtahSt        ......                      2:;     125 116 360 2526                                                               2::                                         Vegas,Oct. 2.                                                                                     Notre Damevs. Navy, Oct.30
                                                                164     251 -87 329 2676                                                               639
                                                                        111 -63 254 25OQ
                                                                1:      160 44 331 2771                                                                ;E
                                                                                     m        -182 318 2606
Joe Hu hes. Wyommg ..........                                      1E                                                                                 8;                                                                     RECEPTIONS            PER GAME                                                                                                                        RECEIVING    YARDS PER GAME
John r? alsh. Brroham Youno                                                          $        -2396         251
                                                                                                            276      2414
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Stoney Case, N<w Mexrco :.
Jeff Brohm. Loursville
                                                               3:;                   133
                                                                                                                                                      7.11                                  Bryan Reeves. Nevada
                                                                                                                                                                                            Chrrs Penn. Tulsa..                                      2
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               “2     1125     12 140.63
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Dann D’Ne~l.Dregon                                             :g                    202        64          259      2398                             :z!                                   Darnay Scott, San DIego St                                Jr                                              10                 744             Darna Scott, San Drego St                                                             67     1151     10 12789
Trrn 6 utlerrez, San Diego St.                                                       145      -143          257      2175                             7.15                                  Johnme Morlon Southern Cal                               Sr     i                  67       ‘15’
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1106                                             Chris 1 enn. Tulsa                                                                                     6 12457
Make McCoy. Utah                                               27:                   170       102          298      2497                                                                   JustIn Armour, Stanford..                                                                                 ‘i                 :z              Johnme Morlon. Southern Cal                                                    j      ;,z$                       IO 122.89
Charhe Ward. FlorIda St                                                                57      242          241      2011                             %                                     Michael Ste hens, Nevada.                                  ii           i          z:       :1                 5             688                                                                             Fr                                                    7 11963
Robert Hall, Texas Tech..                                      %                     2lYl        aa         252      2091                                                                   Make Lee. IJPah St
Glenn Foley. Boston College                                                            53       -29         207      1926                             iz                                    Brran Dusho, Kent                                          Sr           !          zxi                         :             if!                                                                             s:
Jeff Garcia, San Jose St                                       32l                   lE6       224          243      1904                             6.49                                  Jermame Lewrs. Maryland                                                                                                                      Mrchael Stephens Nevada                                         Sr                    I:                              5 97.63
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               : ‘E
Rob Johnson, Southern Cal’ :                                                         221      -131          297      2377                                                                   Brice Hunter, Georgra                                     s’,’          :          z         %                 i             E               J J Stokes. UCLA..                                              Jr                    50         780
Kordell Stewart. Colorado                                                             86       317          227      1674                             !2                                                                                                                                                                                 Justin Armour, Stanford                                         Jr                    42         581             ‘i         z2
Jrm Kubrak, Navy                                                                     151      -1OQ          306      2096                             581
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                                                                                                 CL                                                                            PTPG         Jathan Merten. lJL;LA S1
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                                                                                                                                                                                                    Morreale. Utah
                                                                                                                                                                                            Kanon Parkman, Georgia
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Orlanda Thomas. Sourhwestrn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Anlhony Brld es, Louisville
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Antonio Lang 3, am. Alabama
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Marshall Faulk. San DIego Sr                                                                     2                                                                             1;~:         Judd Davrs. Florrda .-                                                             13                                                        Marcus Jenkms. Kentuck                                         z;                      k                                          !!
J. J Stokes. UCLA..     .y                     .........                                         Jr                                                                            10.50        Steve McLaughlin.   Arizona                                                        la         1’2        E3                                  Jason Sehorn. Southern E al..                                                 i                       ::          i              .67
Byron Morris, Texas Tech..                     .........                      .......                                                                                          10.00        Jon Baker. Anzona St.                                                                                                                        Alundrs Brice. Missrssrppj                                     Jr                      i                          1
Calvm Jones. Nebraska                          .........                      .......            ::                                                                            10.00        Andre Lafleur LouIslana St            .:                                           13'        i:     ,E                                      Jeff Messenger. Wrsconsm.                                      Jr             ii                      %                          .p
Michael Proctor, Alabama                                                                         so                                                                                         Aaron Price, tiashmgton     St                                                     28         14      500                                    Troy Jensen, San Jose Sr                                       Sr             0        :              23          i
Terre11 WIIIIS. Rutgers   .,                                                                      Fr                                                                            E

                                                                                                 I:                                                                             !z                                                               ALL-PURF          ‘OSE RI JNNERS                                                                                                                        PUNT           RETURNS
                                                                                                                                                                                9.00                                                                                  CL    G   RUSH                                                                     YDS           YDSPG
Blorn Merlan. UCLA                                                                                                                                                                          LeShon Johnson, Northern Ill                                              Sr    5    1611                           106               0                      1717           19078          k’G:e%.%~:~          A&M                “s “1:
tialathan Morreale, Utah SL .................                                                                                                                                   g           Terrell Wllbs. Rutgers                                                                                                                                       14%            179.50         E. Kenruson, Loursiana S1.               Fr 14
Terry Venetoulias   Texas ALM                                                                                                                                                               Napoleon Kaufman Washington                                                 1:          i          8:               1:                                                                     Chris Hudson, Colorado                   Jr 10
Derek Mahoney kresno St                                                                                                                                                                     T rone Wheatle        tilchlgan _..        ._..           ..:..             Jr          7          828              152                                      1%            x               Scott Gumina. MISS. SL                   Jr 12
Omar Douglas, hmnesota      ...............................                                                                                                                     I!          a’avrd -Palmer,-.f labama                                         _.        Jr          i          100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ___              727
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .._            ld _                      1296 162.m                    Dexter McCleon. Clemson                  Fr 12
Kanon Pa&man. Georgra                                                                                                                                                                       trrlct Hhett. FlorIda                                                       br                                                                               ;l&  ;59:g                    Orlando Slrorler. Maryland               Fr 10
Ron Rovers Fresno St                  .I..             1..                                                                                                                      Ei          Marshall Faulk San Drego S1.                                                                                        ii
Leeland McElroy, Texas A&M                                                                                                                                                      a.25        Darna Scott San Diego St                                                    ;:                                      ._.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1151                                      1423          158.11                           KICKOFF             RETURNS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    YDS        TO AVG
Rodne Thomas Texas ALM                                                                            Jr                                                                                        Todd (r rxon. hake Forest                       :.                          Sr                                      4%                                       1236          15450
Joey I! alloway. bhio S1.                                                                                                                                                                   Byron Morrrs. Texas Tech..                                                                                                                                   1234          15425           l"KoylK~,M..                            CFS:"3 469                       236.08
Scott Bentley. Flonda St.                                                                         ::                                                                            i:!                                                                                     i:                                     11g                                                                     Jack Jackion. FlorIda.                  So          9
                                                                                                                                                                                            Brvan Reeves Nevada                                                                                                                                                                        Chrrs Hewdi. Cincinnatr                 Fr         11        2:          1 $E
Kevm Pendergasl. Notre Dame                                                                                                                                                     8.11        Dvjayne Thomas. Vlrgmla Tech                                                so          8          805                95              0         274          ‘72           1E
Peter Holt. San Die o St                                                                         s:                                                                             7 78        Ryan Yarborough. Wyommg                                                     _Sr         9           -0             ‘!1?             -0          ..o          1173          14663           1 Anderson. Brrg Young                  Sr         12        391         13258
T rone Wheatley. rsIrchlgan                                                                                                                                                     771         Mrke Adams, Texas..                                                                                                  4bl            w                        lUl3          144.71          Andre Coleman, Kansas St                Sr         10        Jo1         0Y)lO
NY athan Vail, New Mexrco                                                                         ::                                                                            7.63        Leeland McElroy, Texas A&M                                                                                           179                                                                                              PUNTING
                                                                                                                                                                                            Andre Coleman, Kansas St                                                                                                           n!                        11:Y          xi                                                                           CL NO             AVG
                                                                                                                                                                                            Chris Penn. Tulsa..                                                                                                 if:                                       961          137.29           err   Daruel   uburn
                                                                                                                                                                                            Brent Moss, Wlsconsm                                                                                                   19                                                                  !i    :a:6    !zda-     Las Vegas                            i:     ii i2.i
           NCAA statistics are available                                                  on the Collegiate Sports Network.                                                                                                                                                                                                     c?
                                                                                                                                                                                        I   Kr-Jana Carter, Penn S1
                                                                                                                                                                                            Winslow Ohver. New Mexrco                                                                                           1:                0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Chris Macm&       Air Force
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Mike Nesbnl. New Merrco                            :.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           37 4641
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           37 44.78

n Division                                                    1-A                             team                                      Through October 30

                                                                    PASSING                   OFFENSE                                                                                                         RUSHING   OFFENSE                                                                            RUSHING    DEFENSE                                                                                NET PUNTING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   G CAR YDS AVG TD                                                                             “B C&   Y,D; AVG TD                                    YDSPG                                                          NO YDS                          NET
                                                                                                                                                                                            Oregon 51              9 554 2779   50 21                                         Arlrona                                          .7  3                                                                                   PUN;;        A’$
Nevada                                                                                                                                                                                      Army                   8 4802456    51 29                                         Walhmglon    St                   9 331 565     17   7                                        Z.$        FlorIda                                             “2                         2
BrIgham Young                                                                                                                                                                               Nebraska..  :          8 434 2310   53 30                                         llllnOls                          8 307 627 20       3                                                   West Va                               23 470    1;    95                       428
Maryland                                                                                                                                                                                    Au Force               9 541 2537 47 22                                           Natre Dame..                      9 265 727 27       7                                                   Nevada-Las Vegas                      46465    22 2%                           411
Stanford                                                                                                                                                                                    Notre Dame :           9 472 2483   5.2 30                                        FlorIda St                        8 270 735 2.7      1                                        E          New Memo                              38441     m 123                          408
Fresno St..                                                                                                                                                                                 Hawall..   _.          7 333 1881 56 m                                            Ohro St                            8 277 736 27      2                                                   Air Force.                            37 484    21 215                         406
;;BnhDlego Sl                                                                                                                                                                               Wesl Va                7 370 1876 5.1 20                                          Mrsslssippl                        8 321 770 2.4     5                                        Z,!        Vlr mra                               37 422    13
                                                                                                                                                                                            Norih Caro             9 471 2399 5 1 31                                          Saulhweslern    La                 8 3W 811 27      10                                                   Ne L?raska                            34 41 8   13     ii                      ii.!
FlorIda                                                                                                                                                                                     h&n&g Tech             8 433 2085 48 21                                           FlorIda                            7 218 732 34      6                                       1F.E        Alabama          ”                    36 427    15 124                         393
FlorIda SI                                                                                                                                                                                                         7 343 1816 53    14                                                                                                                                     1059        Oklahoma St                                          233                       390
Wyoming                                                                                                                                                                                     Rutgers                8 349 2049   59 23                                         ;;V;n$on..                                   7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           8   234
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               313         750
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           847         27
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       3.2         ;       107 1       Marvland                              :i !E     ::   142                       387
Georgra        .I..                                                                                                                                                                         FlorIda St. :          0 325 2@2    62 20                                         Vandrrbllt                                   7   253         755         30          7       107 9       Aubjrn                                37 483    22
Loulsvllle                                                                                                                                                                                  Wlsconsln              8 410 1445 47    19                                        Eastern Mlch                                 8   332         870         2.6        10                   Kansas St                                            %                         iti
Oregon                                                                                                                                                                                      Texas A&M               8 373 laQ4 51                21                           Clemson                                      0   273         891         33          5       1Ki         IndIana            :                  2%        2
Mmnesota                                                                                                                                                                                    Colorado                8   372 1865       50        18                           p$e”yee                                      !   g           g           gy          :       111.5       Stanford                                             1:                        !E
$$hern     Cal                                                                                                                                                                              Baylor                  0   444 1844       42        21                                                                                                                        1136        Tennessee                             Ki        :i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Texas A&M..                           38393      16     ::                     3:
                                                                                                                                                                                                            TOTAL                                                                                               TOTAL DEFENSE
Boston Colleoe.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   G PLAYS YDS AVG TD’ YDSPG
Navy         -                                                                                                                                                                                                 G Pl IA?;~?~~AVG        TO*                                                                                                                                                            TEAM        PI
                                                                                                                                                                                            Nevada                    689 4610 67 43                                          Arrrona                             :    545 1694 31   9 211.8                                                                                                                   TO AVG
Tulsa                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Alabama                                  462 1750 38   8 218.8                                                                                                                    1 166
                                                                                                                                                                                            FlorIda St :       :      m 4520       74 40                                                                                                                                               Texas ABM
                                                                                                                                                                                            Fresno Sl          8      595 4109 69 35                                          MISSISSI p,                         8    523 1878 3.6  9                                                 LouIslana Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              FlorIda d t                                              Et!
                                                                                                                                       YDS ATT              TLJ       2:     FE%            Florrda
                                                                                                                                                                                            Boston College.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      522 3419     65 33
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Texas ABM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ii  :E   3.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       523 2135 41
Florrda St
                                                                                                                                        818 413
                                                                                                                                       1188 4.95                  :   :.i:    ET2           West Va
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      z4!i zz
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   i.7 :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   69 41
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mlamr (Fla )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Illinois                                 $2 E     :s  1:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wake Forest..
Texas ABM
Mlaml( ,F la.)
                                                                                                                                       1051 520
                                                                                                                                       1108 549
                                                                                                                                       lDQ5 567
                                                                                                                                                                               BQ 42
                                                                                                                                                                                            Vu rnla Tech
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      614 3740 6.1 34
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      597 3734 63 41
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      619 3700 60 28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Ohro Sr.                            i    543 2302 42 11  2878
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Iowa St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Kansas SI
Auburn                                                                                                                                                                                      SanDlegoSt         9      705 4153     5.9 36                                     Western Mrch
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Notre Dame         i                              E#           ::   1:                       %           Colorado St                                                              0     118
tndlana                                                                                                                                1%     E              ‘:       :i       2:           ;;; h”sy Young     ;      620 3687     59 35                                      WashIngIon St      9                              612 2629 43 21                                         Arrzona SI.            :
Cenlral Mlch                                                                                                                                                                   9627             P,                    639 3662     5.7 29                                     Cmclnnati          9                              618 2705 44       19                       E.A         Mrssissippr St                                                            1       11:
Southwestern   La                                                                                                                      1%    :.ti                 :   :E                    Nebraska           8      5% 3622      61 42                                      Auburn             0                              54LQ 2447 4.8 14                                       PennS1                 ”                                                  0       115
Kentucky                                                                                                                                                                        ~~          Texas Tech                5% 3618 6.0 32                                          Washmgton       _. 8                              545 2465 45       16                       g.i         New Memo St                                                               1       11.3
Tennessee                                                                                                                              1::  K                 7       248
                                                                                                                                                                      2.53      98.22       W ommg             0      561 3616 64 35                                          Southwestern  La 8                                574 2487 43       17                                   Eowhng Green                                                              0       112
Arlrona                                                                                                                                1517 540               6       214     10044         *Touchdowns score,” by rushing-passing     only                                   ‘Touchdowns  scored by                           rushing-passmg   only                                   San Drego St
Loulsvllle                                                                                                                             1614 6.11                              loo.75                                                                                                                                                                                                   Marvland                                                                  i       Ih!
Nebraska                                                                                                                                                      i       %       101 36                         SCORING       OFFENSE ^                                                                   SCORING                     DEFENSE
Penn St                                                                                                                                ?I;    E               7       2.79    101.37                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TD AVG
Dhlo Sr..                                                                                                                              1E     :.t:            9       338     10186         Florrda St                                                                       Florrda SI                                                           “B         “E             “2
                                                                                                                                                                                            i;,“Td;ka  :.                                                                    Alabama                                                              8            66                                                                                                2 317
Oklahoma St                                                                                                                                                                   102.39
Weslern Mrch                                                                                                                           1211 637                   i   E                                                                                                      IndIana                 ...............                              8                          2                                                                                   1 28.9
                                                                                                                                                                                            psee                                                                             Mrami Fla)                          .........                                    ii            114
South Caro                   :                                                                                                         1232 570                   5   2.31    XE!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                i        $2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Texas I BM              ...............                              ii         1m             12.5
                                                                   TURNOVER    MARQIN                                                                                                       Vrrgmra Tech                                                                     Mrssrssippr                                       .......
                                                                      T~uF;OVERS GAINED                                                TURNOVERS LOST                        MARGIN         Fresno St                                                                        Arizona      ...............                                         i          11             1i.i                                                                                 !        g.:
                                                                                                                                      FUM     IN1  TOTAL                                    Wesl Va                                                                          cmhon”s:.:..........                                                 8          113
                                                                                     18           “1:             ‘o”1:                                                      ‘G%            Notre Dame                                                                                              ............                                                            1:1                                                                                  1 %
Loulsvtlle .,. .’ ‘.““““““:                                                                                                              :            :               1:                    Rutgers                                                                          Nolre Dame ..........                                                i          lzz            14.3
Oklahoma                                                                              i                1:                 8                                                     I:E         Loursvdle                                                                        Western Mich         .............                                   8          119            149                                                                                  :        2:
                                                                                     11                                                  i            i               15        1.25        Ohro SI                                                                          Tennessee..  ............                                            8          im             15.0                                                                                 1        256
Eastern Mrch
Clemson                                          I                                                                                       i            ;               1:
                                                                                                                                                                       9                    Texas ABM..                                                                      lllmols      ...                                                     8          127                                                                                                 0        251
                                                                                     1:                                                                                         1.E         UCLA..    ._                                                                     Clemson                 ............                                                           12:                                                                                  0        25.0
Alabama.                                                                              6                                                                                                     North Caro         ..............                                                West Va      ..............                                          !          1:             16.3                                                                                 0        240
Notre Dame
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                                                                                                                                                                                            Brlgham Young
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 Page 10                                                                                                                                                                                        The NCAA News                                                                                                                                               November                          1, 1993

 n Division I-AA leaders                                                                                                                               Through October 30


Keith Elms PrIncelo”
TonyVlrlSOrl.    St
                                                                                                                                                        :;        YDSPG

RlChXd Johnson.
Rene lngo ha. Massachusetts
                                                                                                                                                        ‘X  11

A”lhonv w usso. SI John’s IN Y)                                                                                                                             12    1E
RICO Whde. Alabama SI                                                                                                                                        9                                                PLAYER                                                               Rushing yards:529. Citadel vs Lees-McRae.Dct 2
Robert Trlce. Cal 51 Norlhrld e                                                                                                                                   1%
James Whde North Caro A&4-                                                                                                                                  1:                       Rushing pa&p ards:570.
                                                                                                                                                                                               and                   Steve McNair, Alcorn St.                                      Passingysrdc:465, lona vs. Siena, Oct. 30.
Klppy Ea less. Mlddle lenn Sr                                                                                                                                     152
Chris Par 1:er. Marshall                                                                                                                                    1:                     vs. Texas Southern, d ept. 11.                                                                  Fewest rushing and passingyards allowed: 32, Rhode
Michael Hrcks. South Care 51                                                                                                                                      1:: ::             Rushinoand osssinatdavs:68 Dan Barnett. Illinois St                                        Island vs Brown. Dct 2
Sherrlde” May, Idaho      _.                                                                                                                                1;    11938
lrvrng Sprkes.~Norrheasr  Ld                                                                                                                                      117 13           vs Western Ill.: Oct.2: to;y Hilbe. Boise St. is. Northern                                     Fswsstrushingyards allowed:-30, James Madison vs
Wtllie HI h, Easter” III        1..                                                                                                                          !    117DO            Ariz Dct 9                                                                                   Lock Haven, Scot. 4
Alfred0 1 “derso”. Idaho St                                                                          Fr                                                           115 11
Judd Mmtr. Daytdn..                                                                                                                                          5    115w               Rushlno   vards:269.RICO   Whrte.Alabama St. vs. Prairie
Enc Ganl, Grambhng                                                                                                                                          11                     View, oci.23.
Ddryl Brown. Delaware..                                                                                                                                      4    E
Terrance Stokes, PennsylvanIa’                                                                                                                                    11143              Rushing   plays:48. Willie Hugh.Eastern Ill vs Northern
LL.OII Brown. Eastern KY                                                                                                                                     :    11083            Iowa. Oct. 16.
Derek Fdzgerald, Willlam 8 Mary                                                                                                                              0    110 17                                                                                                                                          PLAYER
                                                                                                                                                                                     Passes   completed: Jay Walker. Howard vs Towson
                                                                                                                                                                                                        36.                                                                                                                                                                 L+kmroad
                                                                                                                                                                                   St.. Oct. 16.                                                                                -, Rushlnp “^ passingyards:505.Tom Proudian, lona vs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       - . and
                                                                          PAbS1NG           EF;$ENCY                                                                                 Passes   attsmpled: Tom Proudian. lona vs Wagner,
                                                                                                                                                                                                        60                                                                      siena. UCI JO
                                                                                                                       IN1         YDSl                 TD RATING
lMln 15 atl pergame)                                          it,   “8    t;        C&l’        61pK;        INT      PC1     YDS ATT             TD PCT POINTS                    Oct. 2.                                                                                        Rushingyards: 271, Markeith Ross, Weber St vs
Kelvm Simmons. Tro SI                                                                                          3      226     1312 9%              13 977    1723
Doug Nussmeler. Ida K 0..                                     SI    8      2;         140       6087           4      174     2195 954            24 1043    1720                    Passing   yards.485.Tom Proudian. lona vs Srena.Oct.                                       Southern Utah, 01%30.
Dale Fry, Delaware                                            Sr    6                  60       61.22          :      :I$     ‘D4$@                 z ;3     1704”                 30.
Roy Fletcher, Drake                                           So    6      100         58       5800                                                                                                                                                                                    yards:485. Tom Proudian. lona vs. Slena, Oct.
Dave Drckenson. Montana                                       so    9      315        2;        g;;               9   286     2733 868            25 794           1597              Passescaught 17. Elliott Mdler. St. Francis (Pa.) vs.                                      30
DanCrowley,    Towson St.                                      Jr   7      157                                    4   255     1350 860            17 1083          1569            Central Conn. St., Oct.2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       caught: ToddEckenroad.St. Francis (Pa.)vs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Passes     14.
Todd Bernett, Eastern Wash                                     Jr 7        169         92 5444                    2   118     1575 9.32           l4    828        E                 Receivingyards:220.Tim Silo, lone vs Wagner,Oct.2.                                         Camslus.Ott 30
Scott Semr! ord. Gramblmg
             Irmpheller, Lehqh                                so 8
                                                              Sr8          152
                                                                           298        1806040
                                                                                       77 5066                   10
                                                                                                                  7   461
                                                                                                                      336     1429 846
                                                                                                                              2521 940            :z    2t         1486
Robert Cobb, Northeast La                                     Sr 8         269        157 5536                    6   223     2219 825            19    706        146 5             Puntreturn srds:130.Dexter Dawson, Ga.Southern vs
                                                                                                                                                                                   Va Mrhtary. b ct. 23.                                                                          Receiving ards:164.RodAlexander, Northern Arrz vs.
Kenyo” Earl, Term-C all
Cree Morns, St. Mar K‘s (Cal ).                               Sr
                                                              Jr    7
                                                                    8      159
                                                                           184        102 50.94
                                                                                       81 5543                    4
                                                                                                                 10   2.52
                                                                                                                      543     1424 0.96
                                                                                                                              1674 910            1:    %i                                                                                                                      Idaho, Dct Jo
Jim McGeeha”. Pennsylvania                                    Sr    7      225        132 5067                    4   178     1554 695            18    800                          Kicladireturn yards: 197.James Cunnmgham.Howard
Jay Walker, Howard                                            Sr    8      276        159 5761                   IO   3.62    ~47 a.14            16    560                        vs. Alcorn St., Sept. 25.                                                                                            TEAM
Todd Donna”. Marshall
Kurt Warner, Northern Iowa                                    ;;    i      f$         1;;       gg                6
                                                                                                                 12   3 16
                                                                                                                      494     2123 074
                                                                                                                              1407 741            1;    22                                                                                                                        Rushing yards:466.Jacksonville St. vs. Alcorn St.. Ott
                                                                                                                                                                                                           TEAM                                                                 30.
Ton Y Foote. Prmceton
Joe Ernst, Dayton                                              Jr
                                                              Sr    8
                                                                    7      150
                                                                           132         79 6267
                                                                                       94 5985                    8
                                                                                                                  6   533
                                                                                                                      455     1183 7.89
                                                                                                                              1171 007             :    ~~
Tom Proudban. lona                                            So    8      344        2C4 5930                   12   349     2563 745            21    610                          Pointsscored:70, Middle Term.St vs Campbellsvrlle.                                           Passingyards:465, lona vs. Siena, Dct 30
Chris HIXSO” Rhode lsiand                                     Fr    9      214        125 58 41                   a   374     1777 a30             9    421                        Sept. ia.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Rushing passingyards:667. lona vs Siena. Oct. 30.
                                                                                                                                                                                     Rurhln andpassing yards:730 Delaware St vs Morgan
                                                                                                                                                                                   St., Oct.93.                                                                                                  65.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pointsscored: WesternCaro. vs. Newberry, Oct.30
                                                                         RUSHING          PASSING                                    TOTAL OFFENSE
                                                                         GAIN LOSS NET ATT YDS                                       YDS YDPL TDR’
Steve McNalr. Alcorn Sr
Dave DIckenson. Montana                                                   8          212
                                                                                      74        622
                                                                                                253        2%
                                                                                                           315    2472
                                                                                                                  2733              22        %         i
Dou Nussmeler. Idaho..                             : 1. :                 170        174        4oj        g;     p9;                                                                                         RECEPTlONb               PE;   GA”;                                                                                  RECEMNG         YARDS&r?
Sco P Semotlmohelier. Lehloh                                                                                                        %         i%        $                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            TD YDSPG
Tom Pro&an,    rona        ”                                              145        209        64         344    2563              2499      6 13      22                                                                                                                                                                                                   ;;
                                                                                                                                                                           Todd Eckenroad, St Francrs (Pa )                                                                                          Dave Cecchlnl,    Lehigh..
                                                                          388        247        141        307    2305                                                     Miles Maclk. PennsylvanIa                                                                                                                                                                                                  ‘:     1E
                                                                          272        137        135        276    2247                                                     Elhotl Miller. St FrancIs (Pa)                                                                                                                                                                                                  4 10243
                                                                          5%         187        3%         x3     19y1                                                     Dave Cecchmt, Lehigh                             ::
                                                                                                                                                                           Gary Harrell. Howard                                                                                                      Tony Brooks, Eastern                                                                                  z ‘Ez
Ertc Frsh. EvanswIle                                                      lf?         73
                                                                                      60        -37
                                                                                                112        259
                                                                                                           307    1993
                                                                                                                  2219                                                     Davrd Rhodes, Cenrral Fla                                                                                                 Tim SIIO, lona                                           Jr
Lonnle Galloway. Western Caro                                             491         02        403        178    1647                                                     John Hyland. Dartmouth                                                                                                    Gary Harrell. Howard                                                                             ‘5         E
Ja Ftedler. Dartmouth                                                     185        118         67        228    1716                                                     Dernck Ingram. Ala -Blrmmgham                                                                                             David McLeod. James Madison                             ::
RoL Ravl. Valoaralso..                                                    351         86        255        203    1513                                                     Hanz Haag, Evansvrlle                             :                                                                       Chris Summers. Holy Cross                               Sr                                            “5 2::
Mitch Maher.‘North     Texas
Jrm McGeehan. PennsylvanIa                                                ;g          64
                                                                                     109            73
                                                                                                    62     225
                                                                                                           236    1891
                                                                                                                  1564                                                                                              FIELD                                                                                                                     INTERCEPTIONS
Darm Hmshaw. Central Fla                                  :                 27
                                                                          366        1;;        g          2:     1%                                                                                                                                     ‘I$?        :“6      F”;        F;$
Cl&“Fr     Delaware                                                                                                                                                        Jose Larlos. McNeese SI                                                                                                   Chris Helon. Boston U                                   “J:
       dl dcomb. Ala ~Bmmngham                                              2        108 -106              288    1922                                                     Todd Ku. Ilhno~s SI                                                             21         16       762         1 70      Zack Bronson. McNeese <t         :
Kurl Warner, Northern Iowa                                                 50        146 -96               243    2123                                                     Roger Miller. Northeast La                                                                                                CurtIs Burglns. North Caro A&T..                        i:
Clarzell Pearl, Northeaster”                              :               301        194 107               223    1442                                                     Sk1 Thomas. Rhode Island _.                                                     :;         1: ‘IF7              1:        Brent Alexander. Tennessee St                           Sr
‘Touchdowns     responsible for                                                                                                                                            Ma P Drnelaz. Cal St. NorthrIdge
                                                                                                                                                                                t                                                                          1:          9 818               1 SO      Sha “e Smder. Valparalso                                 Jr
                                                                                                                                                                           Jeff Stevens, Montana St.                                                                                                 Mar Ii Grimmer MontanaS1
                                                                                                                                                                           Terry Belde”. Northern Arrr                                                     21         1;       r%          E         Breon Parker, hrlassachusetts      :.          : :
                                                                                                                                                                           Charbe Pierce. Central Fla..                                                    1:         11      ,917
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               846         138               Lafayette
                                                                                    SCORING                                                                                Ray WhItehead. Southwest Tex St                                                                                           Bob Jordan, New Hampshire                               Sr
                                                                                                                                                                           Kevln Thomason, Ala -Blrmmgham..                                                14         11       786         138       Greg PelleUer. Canrslus                                 Sr
Keith has. Prlncelon ...                                                                             i:
Chris 5 arker. Marshall                                                                              so
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        PUNT RETURNS
Shernden May, Idaho .......                          ..
                                              : : : : ... : : ...........                             Jr                                                                                                                          ALL-PURPOSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            I:                                                  YDS      YDSPG         MI” 12 per game             CL                   NO YDS TD AVG
Anthony Russo, St John’s (N Y)                                          ...........                   :;
                                                                                                                                                                           Kellh Ehas Prmcero”                                                                                                                  1422     2D3.14       iay Marshall, S1. deter’s     Jr                    9 162 1 18.W
Chrrs Purdy. Wa ner .............................                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Eu ene Smith Brown                                    165 11650
Richard Howell, s avrdson                                                                                                                                                  Sheruden ha      Idaho                                                                                                               1492      186YJ
                                                                                         : 1.        ::                                                                    Tony Vlnson. 7,owson St         : 1. 1.1..      :           :: : ::                                                                  1228      175.43      J Kellogg. Eailern Wash      i:                    1: 249 2 15.56
Ton Vmson. Towson S1 ......................                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Eric Harrrngton. Cal S1 Sacr Sr                    17 2Y) 1 1471
WII it or Gllllard. Connecticut ..............                                                                                                                             Dame1 Harris, Southern Utah..
                                                                                                                                                                           Robert Trrce. Cal SI NorthrIdge                                                                                                      1%        1E.E        K Washmgton, NE La.          Jr                    19 267 0 14.05
Dave Cecchim. Lehigh                                       .................                         E
Tim Sdo. lona.. .................................                                                     Jr                                                                   Judd Mlnlr. Dayton                         : :.                                                                                      1288      16100                             KICKOFF         RE;JRN”a’
Judd Mmtz, Da to”. ......                                                                            Sr                                                                    Terrance Stoker. Pennsylvania                                                                                                        1112      158.86                                                              YDS          TD AVG
Rene Ingoglra. ilr          assachuselrs      ......................                                 g                                                                     Richard Johnson, Butler..                                                                                                            1243
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        avid Fraterrrgo   P~SIUS                  Sr     11    433          139.36
Tamron Smith, Youn stow” St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           !~n~:n~~~~ward                               Jr    14    437          1 31 21
Miles Macrk. Pennsy Bvanla ........................                                                  5;                                                                                                                                                                                                                               N Albrdro”. Sd. Care. St                    So     11
                                                                     ..........                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1217      152 13      D Robinson, J Madison                       $      ;$    E             s %:
Jose Lanes. McNeese SI
Krppy Bayless. Middle Ten” S1. ...........                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      1215      151.86      M. Perlcolosl. Cent.1 Conn                               3.55          129.50
Ru ert Grant. Howard                             ....................                                ::                                                                                                                                                                                                         1196      14950
Pa P Holacre, Dayton .............                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              1185      148.13                                    PUNTING
James Whde. North Care A.&T                                   ..............                         ::                                                                    Chris Parker, Marshall                                      _.                                                                       1171      14638
Errc Ganr. Gramblmg          ...........................                                             Sr                                                                    James White, North Caro ALT                                                                                                          1165      145.63
Jell Slovall. Northern Iowa                                                                          Fr                                                                    Dav Smdh. Sam Housron Sr                                                                                                              871      145.17
Roger Miller, Northeast La. .......................                                                                                                                        BIII 5 paraclo, Colgate                                                                                                              1111      13888
Derek Fdzgerald. William & Mary                                                     .....            St                                                                    James Cunm” ham. Howard..                                                                                                            1105      139.13      Errc Colvard, Llberl
Rico While. Alabama S1 ................                                    .: .:. ......             Sr                                                                    Darnell Clark, & oungstown S1.                                                                                                       1102      13775       Tim McNamee. Eas r ern Ky

n Div                                 isian                              IdA                               team                          Through October 30

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NET PUNTlNG

                                                                           PASSlNG              OFFENSE

                                                                                                           “$7                        YDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       s:,  96 416
lona                                                                                                        214                      F7:                                                                                                                                                                                     8X        %rthern Arrz

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             87 6      Lehl h..                                                            E   %
Lehigh                                                                                                      190
                                                                                                                                     FEY                                                                                                                                                                                               Norl 1 easl La                                                       72 383
Alcorn S1                                                                                                   161                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            110 382
                                                                                                            172                                                                                                                                                                                                              %         Ten” -MartI”
Howard..       .I..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         to29
Hofsrra                                                                                                     181                      2349                                                                                                                                                                                              Ga Southern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            103 1      Idaho SI                                                             E        g.:
Northeast La                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               139       376
Mar an SI                                                                                                   12                       s%                                                                                                                                                                                                i;berly    ........
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1E         Marshall                                                            1M        377
SI rs1ary’s (Cal )                                                                                          137                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            117       375
Idaho..                                                                                                     146                      z::                                                                                                                                                                                               LAonrana .........

                                                                                                                                     2175                                                                                                                                                                                   1%         Eastern K                                                           215       37 1
Boston u                                                                                                    162
                                                                                                                                     2154                                                                                                                                                                                   1086       Soulheas r MO St”’                                                  176       370
Eastern Wash                                                                                                142                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            102       367
Northern Iowa                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               110.5      Southern-B R
                                                                                                            1E                       E                                                                                                                                                                                      1114       Idaho.....                                                           94       364
Ala -Blrmmgham                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             103       363
Evansvdle                                                                                                   177                                                                                                                                                                                                             111 6      Vdlanova
Boise S1                                                                                                    182                      %i                                                                                                                                                                                                      ,~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       voungstown          St                                               86       362
Central Fla                                                                                                 147                      1987                                                                                                                                                                                 YDSPG                             TEAM     PUNT     RETURNS
Dartmouth                                                                                                   113                      1716                                                                                                                                                                                  246 2                                              G NO YDS                      TD       AVG
Weber SI                                                                                                    194                      22Ul                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1       185
North Texas                                                                                                 127                      1900                                                                                                                                                                                   Es2                                                                               1      168
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2691                                                                             2       156
                                                                         iSS EFFlClENCY        DE FENSE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      0       13.7
                                                                                           CMP           INT                         YDSl                TD RATING                                                                                                                                                          2597
                                                                          N:        CMP     PCT    INT  PCT                   YDS     An                PCT POtNTS                                                                                                                                                          271 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             :       12
Georgetown                                                                 _           _
                                                                                       04 A455       __
                                                                                                      9 427                    913    4U                 95   7549                                                                                                                                                          276 1
Duquesne                                                                                             13 884                    a44    574
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            %.Z                                                                              1 1:1
Ala -Brrmlngham                                                            191
                                                                           147         ii 3          16 838                   1013    5.Jo                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2 130
Pennsvlvanla                                                               210         89 4238       15 7 14                  1231    5.86
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            %                                                                                0 128
lona ’                                                                     247       104 42.11       12 486                   1333    5.40
McNeese St                                                                 272       147 5404       21 772                    1482    545               5:         a.22
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ‘2:                                                                              i       1’2:
South Caro SI                                                                                        17 649                   1555    594                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1       120
Northern Iowa                                                              %         ‘2   tE         11 556                   1165    586               8:         8%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            %                                                                                0       11.7
Wlllram .3 Mary                                                                                      10 4.86                  1046    5.10                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1      116
Dayton                                                                                               13 533                   1403    575               ::         Ei                                                                                                                                                       2921
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              1      115
S1 John’s N VI                                                                                       16 741                   1329    6.15
                                                                                                     16 773                   1257    607                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1      115
Sourhem 4 R                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         SCORING        DEFENSE
Evansville.                                                                                          12 649                   1050    568                                                           SCORING   OFFENSE                                                                                     G      PTS                                      TEAM     KICKOFF         RETURNS
Tennessee Tech                   ......                                                              10 478                   1216    582                                                                            G       PTS                         Dayron ..................                                           %                                                                             TD AVG
Boston U.                        ......                                                              18 623                   1653    572               2.77       95 59
                                                                                                                                                                           Idaho..                                    I3     362                         Marshall ......            ............                             10.1      Western Car0                           “8        :i   %              2 280
Rrchmond                                                                                             13 5.20                  1377    551                                  Manlana...................                 9      357                         Prmcelon ..................                                         10 1      lrriz;                                 8          22 606
Canlslus                                                                                             15 673                   1210    543               3.3        z%                                                                                    Troy St                                                             108                                              El         2El 755             1 ::z
Montana S1
s1 Peter’s
                :                                                                                    19 651
                                                                                                      9 4.69
                                                                                                                                                                   96 19
                                                                                                                                                                           NorthCaro          As1                     i      z                           Pennsylvama         ............           : ..                     119       Eastern Ky                                                            D 256
                                                                                                                                                                           Wrlham & Mary                                                                 Ga Southern                                                                   Mississippi Val                        !         ?i    E
                                                                                                                                                                           Boston U.                          ”       a          280                     Boston U                                                            12        Canisus                                0         28    697            Y s::
                                                                          TURNOVER   MARGlN
                                                                             TURNOVERS GAINED                                 TURNOVERS LOST                     MARGIN    Northeast La                               0          280                     Georgetown                                                          130       Northern Iowa                          9         34    a45
                                                                                      INT   TMAL                             FUM                                  /GAME    Towson S1                                  7          244                     Tennessee Tech                                                      13.2      Montana SI                             9         24    5%             ! E
                                                                              FUM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0 244
St John’s (N Y)                                                                 14                                              4      Ii ‘“4:
                                                                                                                                     INT                                   South Care 51                                                                 Soulher”-B R                                                        139       Eastern Ill.
                                                                                                                                                                    %      Howard..                                   i          :::                     Lala ette                                                           14 1      Sam Houston SI                         i!        E                    1 240
Montana St                                                                                                                      :                       1:          1 89   Gramblrng                                                                     St I/ary’s (Cal )                         : 1:.                     15 1      Southeast MO S1
                                                                                                                                                                    1 71   Delaware St                                :          %                       Eastern KY                                                          15 1      Penns lvanla                           !         ET                   x       E
Towson Sr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    0       232
Cal ate                                                                                                                        :              !         1:                 Mlddle Term. St                            8          269                     lona..     :.                                                       15.8      New x ampshlre
                                                                                                                               4             1:         20          1E     PennsylvanIa                               7          234                     Davldson                                                            158       Samlord                                !         :;    !z             0       23.1
Boss on U                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2       230
PennsylvanIa                                                                                                                                                        1 43   Marshall                                   8          267                     Cornell                                                             16.0      James Madrson
Ga Southern                                                                                                                    1:             :         1:                 Alcorn St                                                                     M~ss~ssrpp~ Val                                                     16 1      Montana                                !         :Fl   3
                                                                                                                                6            10         16          1:                                                                                   South Caro St                                                       16.2      Southwest MO St                        9         27    619            i       E
November                      1, 1993                                                                                                                      The NCAA News                                                                                                                                                             Page 11

  n Division                                                II       leaders                                 Through October 30

                                                                    RUSHING                                                                                                                                                                                                                              .-... ..-.-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               (Mm 1 2 per game)              ‘CLNO                                YOS    AVG
Roger Graham, New Haven                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Jerry Garrett. Wa ne St (Neb )   Jr 20                              379    19.0
Michael Mann. Indiana (Pa.) .I..                    .:                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Own Hardrng. Indranapolrs        Jr 13                              221    170
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Brvan Cullev. West Llbertv St    Fr 11                               166   16.9
!%!/~g%ie?~i?f          HIghfan&.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              T&y Beckham. Clark Atlanta       Sr 11                               164   167
Bobby PhIllips V’ir inia Union                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Kasem McCullough, South Oak.
Rrchard H&y       &ton-Salem                                                                                                                             &nior                 Tony             E-c~crn.s
Greg Walker, Defta St _. _.           _.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    s:        g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              18    E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    267   14.6
Leonard Oavrs. Lenorr-Rhyme                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         so        28    403   143
Norman Whrte, West Tex ABM                                                                                                                        (right)                   of‘ Colorado                                                                                                                                            Sr        23    314   137
Preston Jackson. UC Oavrs                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Berm Sanford Mrss~ssrppr   Cal                       So        20    263   132
Lamonte Coleman. Slip er Rock
Clrfton Oavrs FayettevrRe 41
                                                                                                                                                 School of Mines .rcored                                                                                                       Cleveland Phikrps. Central Okla.                     Sr
Shannon Bur&l. North Oak.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Jr       16    227   126
Charles Dean. St Cloud St                                                                                                                        three touchdowns in a
Joe Summons.N.C. Central        :: :::                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  KICKOFF           RETURNS
Mason Gordon. Presb terran                                                                                                                       pfriod of 1 minute, 30                                                                                                            Mm 12 per game)                                  CLNO           YOS    AVG
Scoll Schulre. Hrllsda7e                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1 ran OeFalco.Assumpbon                              Jr 10          397    39 7
Hosea Knowlton Central Ark                                                                                                                       seconds Octobrr I6 am                                                                                                         Dave Ludy, Wmona St                                  Jr 15          520    352
Larry Jackson. Edrnboro                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        LaVon Rers.WesternSt.                                Sr 13          455    350
Clrnt Bedore. Fort Hays St                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     OavrdAndrews. Angelo St                              Jr 12          357    323
Marc OeBelhs.Mrllersvrlle         1. 1.                                                                                                          gainst Chadron Slale                                                                                                          Dean Herrboldl. South Oak St                         Jr 16          571    31 7
Rob Munson. Rurncy                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1 rone Rush, North Ala                               Sr 13          411    316
T row Rush. North Ala                                             ........ ...                                                                   Colluge, setting a Diui-                                                                                                      doger Graham,New Haven                               Jr 16          461    301
 enme Nelson. Fort Valle St
sy                                                         ........                                                                                                                                                                                                            Jessie Cur&.. FayertevrlleSt :                       j; 1:           5$    g;
Bryce Carlson. Moorhea dy  St                                                                                                                    sion II rum-d for most                                                                                                        Chrrs Geor e, Glenville St
Ellralt Armsrrang Elan                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Rod Clark,t loo                                      Jr        18    529   294
Kedh Weaver, Ashland                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Schred Austm. Clark Atlanta                          Sr        16    509   28.3
Mark Yulee. Neb -Kearnev                                                                                                                         points scored in t/w brief-                                                                                                   Kedh Green.Morningsrde                               Jr        12    333   263
                                                            PASSING         EFFICIENCY                                                                                                                                                                                         Erron Bobo, Central Ark                              Jr        13    365   282
                                                                                                                                                 act fkr-iod  of time.   Ez~ms                                                                                                 Scott Warman. Sacred Heart
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Kendall James, Carson-Newman
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          28 1
 Mm 15att per ame)                                                                                           INT   YDS TO
8rett Salisbury. cayne St (Net). ..............                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Albert Bland. MO Southern St                         So        15    416   27 7
                                                                                                                    959 10
                                                                                                                                                 scored on’ a 19-yard
Mike R msha. Bent ey
James Iv err. New Haven ......................                         Jr                                          1652 25                                                                                                                                                                                      PUNTING
Chrrs Hatcher. Valdosta St. ..........                                                                                                           run, a 53-yco-d pass and                                                                                                      Mm 36per ame)                                                              AVG
Rob Hyland. North Oak St                                               ::                                                                                                                                                                                                      Ihrls Carter. ?IendersonSI                            5         YY
Gregor Clark, Virgrnra St                               ...                                                                                      a 14-yard pass. Colora-                                                                                                       Preston Loos, Western St                              Fr        36         ::
Kharl ones, UC Davis                         ..........               z:                                                                                                                                                                                                       Shayne Boyd, Eastern N Mex                            Sr        46         431
Todd McDonald. South Oak St ................                          $                                                                          do School of Mines bmt                                                                                                        Carl Lyles. Johnson Smrth                             Jr        29         43 1
Perry Klem. LIU-C W. Post ..............                                                                           %G
Mike Jinks. Angelo St ............                                                                                  995    11                                                                                                                                                                                                                             !E
Scott Woods, lndrana (Pa ) ....................                        i:                                                                        chntl?-on   St&P,     51-28.                                                                                                                                                                             41 7
Jody Orckerson. Edrnboro ....................                          $                                           1%      1:                                                                                                                                                                                                                             417
Jamie Pass, Mankato St. ..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                41 7
Kermrt Buggs, Norfolk St                     ..........                Sr                                          YE:     z2                                                                                                                                                                                                                             410
Man Monrgomery. Hampton .................                              Jr                                          1446    1;
Ken Avent. Catawba ......                                              Sr                                          1010                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   %
Jermame Whltaker, N M HI hldnds .............                          Jr                                          2275    2:                                                                                                                                                                                                            sr        36     405
Shawn Ouprls. Southwest S9 ..................                          8:                                                                                                                                                                                                      Gary Lhotsky, Edmboro                                     Sr        30     397
Matt Cook, MO Southern St................                                                                          E       :;
James Poldiak. Slipper Rock ...                                       Sr                                           1427    11                                                     RECEPTIONS              PER GAME                                                                       SCORING
                                                                                                                   l&32    27                                                                                                                                                                  -*         ^
Rex Lambertr Abrlene Ehrrsban .............                           $                                                                                                                                       CL         G
Mrke Frsher. Cal Poly SLO  ................                                                                        1696    16            Chris George Glenvdle St                                                                                Roger Graham, New Haven..                         j;     i
                                                                 TDTALOFFENSE                                                            Rus Barley, N’M. Hrghlands.. .I..                                    $          i                       Leonard Oavrs, LenorrrRhyne
                                                                                                                                         B ran Chamberlain. Wayne St (Neb.)                                   Jr                                 Preston Jackson. UC Oavrs                         Sr     6
Marty Washrngton. Livin ston                                                                                                             d att Carman. Lrvrngston                                                        ;                       Michael Mann. Indiana (Pa .I. 1..                 Sr     6
;;;;p$y@$yj,             (Mb )                                                                                                           Preston Cunnrngham.Sourhwest St                                      $                                  Jeremy Monroe, Mrchigan t ech                     Sr     8
                                                                          ........                                                       Johnny Cox. Fort Lewrs.                                                         i                       Kellh Hlgdon. Cheyney                             Sr     B
Jed rennrng. Glenvrlle St               :                                 .........                                                      Calvrn Walker, Valdosta St..                                                    9
Jamre Pass, Mankato St..                                                                                                                 Damon Thomas Wayne St (Neb.)                                         ;I                                 ~~~o~~~~~‘n~t~o~Sal~rn       .I : 1:              “;     :
Chrrs Hatcher, Valdosta St                                                                                                               Noble Gooden.Durnc                                                              7                       Dave Ludy, Win&a St.                              ;;     i
Khan Jones. UC Oavrs                    : .........                       .........                                                      T. R. McDonald. Nortx Oak St _.                                                                         Tyrone Rush, North Ala
Shawn Ouprrs Southwest St                 .........                       .........                                                      Tony Willis, New Haven.                                              ::         i                       Joe Huffsletter Wmgate
John Craven, Gardner-Webb..               .........                       .........                                                      Lonnre Custer. Gardner-Webb..                                                                           Michael Geary. indiana (Pa )   .I..               ::     i
Thad Tru’illo. Fort Lewis                                                                                                                Mrchael Orrtlem.Washburn                                            &           f                       Damon Thomas, Wayne St. (Neb.)                    ;;     i
Gregory t larkirrgrnra SI                                                                                                                Rod Smith, MO.Southern St                                                                               Shannon Burnell North Oak
Bob y cLau him. Lock Haven..          :                                   ...........                                                    Alvm Ashley, Southwest St.                                           ,“:        !                       Rod Smrth. Ma Southern St..                       Sr     8
Vernon Buck. Ingate                                                       ...........                                                    Greg Hopkms. Slipper Rock                                            ;;                                 Chris George.Glenvrlle St                         Jr     9
Jermaine Whitaker. N.M Hi hlands                                                                                                         Steve Greer, Valdosta 3 I                                                       i                       Man Carman. Livingston..                          Sr     9
Todd McDonald. South Oak 5 1                                                                                                             Jon Spinosa. Lock Haven
Man Cook, MO Southern St                                                                                                                 Martez Williams, Southwest St.                                      8           i                                                            FIELD GOALS
Bill Matos. Portland St.                                                                                                                 T rone Johnson. Western St                                          Sr                                                                                          Cl
Brent Holsclaw. Ky Wesleyan                                             ..........                                                       duane Joubert. West Ter ABM.                                                                            Raul De la Flor. Humboldt St                            1;
Jeff Palladmo. Wesl Va Wesleyan          .........                    ............                                                       Jeff Williamson. Cal St. Hayward.. _.                               2                                   Ryan Achilles, Fort Hays St
James Weir, New Haven                     .........                    ...........                                                                                           RECEIVINQ                  PER C?Ul
                                                                                                                                                                                                 YARDS “,                                        Ervmd Listerud. Missouri-Rolla..             :           1:
Ray Marrow, Cal St Hayward                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Sr
KID Kreso. Northern St.       : 1.. .I.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sr
                                                          ALL-PURPOSE         : RUNNERS
                                                                                   CL G RUSH
 Chrts George,Glenville St.                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Brran Porrro. Wofford
                                                                                   ::       % 1B
                                                             ........              Jr 0
                                                                                   Sr 8          d                                                                                                                                                                                  INTERCEPTIONS
                                                    ...............                ::       t   ‘f                                                                          Rock                                                                 Troy Crlssman, Ky Wesleyan
                                              ....................                                                                                                                                                                               Corey Bell, Morris Brown
                                                                                   5: !         7%                                                                                                                                               Robert Burnett, Elan
                                                                                                                                         Tyrons Johnson Western St                                                                               Fred Watts, Albany St (Ga)
                                                                                   s: 8 %’                                               Lonnie Custer Gardner-Webb                                                                              Nate Gruber. Wmona St.
                                                                                   Jr 9 13)5                                             Don Wheeler. Virginra St                                                                                Micky Reeves N M Highlands
                                                                                   Sr 6 450                                              Charles Davis, Sa inaw Valley                                                                           J R. Allen. Ashland
                                                                                                                                         Michael Ordlem. ii ashburn..                                                                            Mrke Jaunrch. South Dak. St.                              ‘.
                                              ........... ........                                                                       Ken Cahoon. Calif (Pa )                                                                                 Tom McKenney. West Lrberty St.
                                              ........... .........                                                                      Mike Ragin. Wingate                                                                                     Cedric Florence. MO Southern St
                                                                                                                                         James Roe, Norfolk St.                                                                                  T rone Andrews. Miles
 Scott Schulte. Hrllsdale.                                                                                                               Josh Nelsen. Mankato St                                              Jr                                  red
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fy Bryant. Kentucky St.
 Norman White, West Tex A&M                                                                                                              Chauncey Winbush, Shepherd                                                                              Steve Russell, Edinboro
 RrchardHuntley Wmston-Salem                                                                                                             Noble Gooden.Oumcy                                                   5:                                 Tyrone Poole, Fort Valley St
 Larry Jackson, Edinboro                                                                                                                 Dronde Gadsden,. Wrnston-Salem                                                                          Jason Perkrns. Edmboro
 Clrnt Bedora.Fan Hays St                                                                                                                Stacv Graves, Vrrginia Union                                         ::                                 JasonJohnson.Shepherd           . .._._._.......

n Division                                               II team                                      Through October 30

                                                             PASSING                                                                                                                                       SCORINGGOFFFSE                                                                               RUSHING           OFFENSE
 Wayne St (Neb)                                                                                                                          NewHaven ..................................                                         8 60                                                  North Ala                                 “8   “it?
 Livm ston                                                                                                                               Wayne St. (Neb.) ...............                                                               ii?                                        Carson-Newman                             8      456
 LIU-I! w. Post                                                                                                                          Valdosta St                                ................                         !iE                                                   New Haven
 Valdosta St _.                                                                                                                          Indiana (Pa.) .......................                                               i $        t                                          Wofford                                   !      z
 GlenvrlleSt.                                                                                                                            NoRh Ala                                              ........                                                                            MichIganTech                              8      427
 Gardner-Webb                                                                                                                            LIUC w Post .................................                                       6 45       s                                          Catawba                                   a      420
 Mankato St.                   .........                                                                            7 E          Et.:    UC Oavrs ....                                                                       641        27                                         Moorhead SI                               6      441
 Southwest St                  .........                                                                            13 2522      315 3   Duincy ...................................                           .I             7 36                                                                                            8      415
 Fort Lewis                    .........                                                                                                 Ham ton .....                                                                                  z                                                                                    i      z
 Portland St                                                                                                        1:    E      5o6.6   Cal BolySL0 ............................                       . ... . 1            i     g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Elan                               :      9      491
 Vlr inia St                                                                                                        11    2727   E.:     Carson-Newman                                   .............                                  G
 N&$fands                                                                                                           16    2)42   292.8   MantaloSt .................................                                                                                               Winston-Salem                             9      479
                                                                                                                     7    23m    267.5   South Oak St                                                                        I4         $                                          Alban St (Ga)                             ;      52$
 Lock Haven .I..                                                                                                    17    2sd    2049    Q&ley :, :, :, : : : ......................                                                                                               Northbak St
 New Haven                                                                                                           2    2217   2771                                                                                        it         z                                          Hamoton                                   9      463
                                                                                                                    16    2476   2753    Angelo St                                     ................                                                                                                 RUSHING           DEFENSE
                                                                                                                                         Edinboro ....................................                                       E!         B                                                                                    G CAR
                                                                                                                    1: E                 AbrleneChrrsrran ......                                                                                                                   Ashland ..........
                                                                                                                     7 1995              Catawba                          .......................                                                                                                            ......          z      ?5
 South Oak St                                                                                                                            WesternSt. .................                                                        ii!        fi                                         !?b!$t      IGa i
 Western St.                                                                                                         g LAO
                                                                                                                    24 2m        z%      Slrp ry Rock                                       .............                                                                          oumcy ................                    Y      %
                                                                                                                                         NoRhem Colo ...........................                                             E          2                                          Northern Co10
                                                         PASS EFFICIENCY            DEFENSE                                              N.M HI hlands                                      .............                                                                          Vir mla St ..............                 i      ZZ
                                                                                                                                         South $ak ..................................                                        !     i    E                                          LI9 -c. w Post
                                                                               G        ATf      CMP                                     Vlrgmla St                                           ............                                                                         AbdeneChrIsban. ........                  !      g
Mrllersville                                                                                                                             Mrchigan Tech .........................                                             12         si                                         South Dak
Stonehrll                                                                      7
                                                                               8        146
                                                                                        171           E                                  Ferns St                                             ............                              24                                         An eloSt ... ...........                  i      %
Alabama A&M.                                                                                                                             Worston-Salem ....................                                                  iii        14                                         St.?rancis 611  )
Ashland                                                                        9        135
                                                                                        267          1z                                                                                                                                                                            Central Okla ...........                  i      %
Lenoir-Rhyne                                                                                                                                                                                               SCORlNGtEfDNSE                                                          Central MO.St
Ferris St                                                                      9
                                                                               a        190
                                                                                        m5           l$                                                                                                                                 XP                                         lndrana (Pa)        .........             I      g
Albany St. IGa.)                                                                                                                         Millersville  ....................................                                  6 9                                                   Mrllersvrlle
Nonhero Cola.                                                                  9        26.5
                                                                                        225          1:                                  ;;baazd9 (Ga)                      ...                                              9 11            i
                                                                                                                                                              ...............................                                9 11                                                                        TOTAL OFFENSE
East Sboudsburg
Bentley                                                                                                                                  Stonehrll .........                                                                 7 10            :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Wayne St (Neb )                           “8     ‘$
Winston-Salem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..“.““~‘~                                                                        pion        ............           ......
                                                                                                                                                            ........        ........................                         ii:             :                                     ye$v$eF .............                     i      6g
Assum lion                                                                                                                                                                                                                   9     12
Tex ABMmKingsvdle                                                                                                                             /Y
                                                                                                                                         Ferrrs I                                                ............
                                                                                                                                         North Oak     .............                                                         8     12    ;                                         LIU-c w Post ...........                  6      623
Hampron                   : ::::::::::::::::::                        ‘.                                                                                                                                                                                                           Glenville St. .............               ;      6$
North Dak.                                                                                                                               NorthernColo. ..............................                               .:       9     14   13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Valdosta St
Fort Hays St                                                                                                                             Prnsbur Sr                                        ...............                   8     14
                                                                                                                                         Indiana9Pa.) ............................                                           ;     1;   1:                                         IndIana (Pa) .......                      6      585
Elan                                                                           9        219          la3                                                                                                                                                                           North Ala ... _. .......                  6      5X
                                                                                                                                         Hrllsdale                                             .............
                                                                              MARGIN                                                     East Stroudsburg .............                  : .........                         ;     1;        !                                     Lrvlngsron ............                   9      719
                                                                                                                                         Cenrral MO SI                                               ..........                                                                    Gardner-Webb .........                    6      637
HIllsdale..                                                                                  17 17
                                                                                        “9 FUM INT                                       Vrrgmra St.................................                                         9 18       li                                         Bentley. ......           ....            8      612
New Haven                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                TOTAL DEFENSE
Angelo St                                                                                                                                %%a St .....................                  .I ........................           i     18                                                                              c   PIS
Ma Soulhern St                                                                                                                           Nonh Ala ...............                                                            8     17   1:                                         Bentley
                                                                                                                                         Elan                          ........................                              9     19   1s                                         Ashland
                                                                                                                                         LIU-c w. Post ...............................                                       ;     ;                                               Stonehrll
                                                                                                                                         Valdosta 51. .......                                                                           1:                                         Millersvrlle
&yy      St. (Ga)                                                                                                                        Minn -Duluth                                                                                                                                            j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Albany St. (Ga.
                                                                                                                                         &w~’      ....... : ... :          :                               : :              z           g                                         Abilene Chrisban.
Indiana (pi )’ : 1. :                                                                                11 17                                                                                                                   9 21       1:                                         Northern Co10
East Stroudsburg                                                                        !            11 16                               FortHa sSt.. .. ~..~.~.~~~~~~.~.....~.......~         .:                            ; 1;                                                  Hampron
Cal Poly SLO                                                                                         14 14                               Woffor2                                         .....                                          1::                                        Glenville St
Valdosta St                                                                                                                              Angelo St ...........................                                               8 17                                                  Assumprlon
Hampton                                                                                                                                  Fan Valley St                          ........                                     9 21       1:                                         Oumcy
                                                                                                                                                                              The NCAA News                                                                                                                                              November                                    1, 1993

W Division                               III           leaders                                                       Through October 23

                                                    RUSHING                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             PUNT RETURNS
                                                                       CL                 G             CAR          YDS                  TD      YDSPG                                                                                                                                                         Mln 1 2 per ams)                   CL                            NO           YUS    AVG
hey Bender toe                                                                            7             701          1399                  9       1999                                                                                                                                                        t any Lesch. 4 I John’s (Mrnn )    SH                              15           319   21 3
Heath Butler. N western (WIS )                                       :i                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Em Larear, Whearorr (Ill )         SH                              12           216   180
Don Dawson. RIpon                                                                         :             210
                                                                                                        164          1202
                                                                                                                     12%                   1:      184 0
                                                                                                                                                   171 7                                                                                                                                                       Nate Hlldmg, Ill Wesleyah          .JR                             23           409   178
Dreu Beers. Merchant Mmne                                            :i                   6             703          to30                  11      l/l 7                                                                                                                                                       Jeram Parsons, Augustan. (Ill )    SR                               7           122   174
Brll Sedgwrck. Ursmus                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mrks I rkma. Carroll (Wis )        SR                              10           171   171
Rodne Bond, Jersey Crty Sl                                         .%                     tG            1%
                                                                                                        189           987
                                                                                                                     11%                   16
                                                                                                                                            t?     17007
                                                                                                                                                   163                                                                                                                                                         Sam Wrllrams, Dehance               JR                             25           406   162
Frank l aker. Chrcago                                                                                                                                                             Principicl. C.Xleg~ smior wi& ~KI+VLI Mutt Nuuton                                                                            BIII Schroeder, Wrs -La Cross8     SR                              14           220   157
Matt Frradman, Plymouth St                                           z;                   i             166
                                                                                                        214           684
                                                                                                                     1211                  13      1473
                                                                                                                                                   1514                                                                                                                                                        Man Cannmg. John Carroll            JR                             10           156   156
Jrmmy Henderson, Wrs Stevens Pomt                                    SR                                                                                                       has hcxonuj u ftimiliur namY among L&i&n        Ill statirti7-                                                                   Jamey Goss, Sewanee                SR                              17           253   149
Kelvrn Gladney. Mllsaps                                              JR                   ;             141
                                                                                                        171            852
                                                                                                                     1025                  t:
                                                                                                                                           13      1420
                                                                                                                                                   146.4                                                                                                                                                       Tyrone Groom. Suaquehanna”      ” FR                               11           162   147
John Lutz Colorado Col                                               JH                   6             159            851                 10      141 a                      tical hxhr. And he W becom,ing a Jil~rn~iliw nanuj in t/u)                                                                       Scott Tumrltv Auoustana 1111 t     SO                               8           116   145
Jose DeLeon, MIT                                                                          6             164            a44                   9     1407                                                                                                                                                        Kenh Mlllar.~Wash & Jefl            FH                             17           241   142
Derrrck Hams, Eureka                                               .:i                    i             277          li23                          1404                                                           records books as                                                                             Jett Harrtson, Olterbetn            FR                             19           261   13 I
Oavld Kogan. Wabash                                                 JR                    7             195            96P                 1:      1374                                                                                                                                                        Chrrstopher Mrller, Amherst         FR                             tt           149   135
Marlon Perryman, Wrttsnberg                                                               :             121
                                                                                                        la3            680
                                                                                                                       959                  5      1370
                                                                                                                                                   1360                                                           well. Wth 13 catch-
Dave Conrell, Wesleyan                                             zi                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                KICKOFF RETURNS
Ranrue Howard, Errdgewater (Va )                                   SR                     7
                                                                                                                                                   131 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  f?s October            23                                                                    (Min. t 2 per game)                   NO YOS                                          AVCi
Jell Robmson. Albron                                                JR                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Charhe Jordan, Dccrdenlal         ;i  11 422                                         384
Jerem Hurd, Rochester
Don hzollrck. Otterbern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  against Earlham                                                                              Josh Perkrns. Ohro Northern           14 516                                          369
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Rob Gardner, Allegheny             SR 11 356                                          32 4
Rob Marcl~~lello, Maine Marrbme
Jay Gruber. Loras
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Collqy,         Newton                                                                       crarg stewart, La Verne                19 609                                         32 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Errc Green, Ill Benedrctine       E   17 536                                          31 5
                                          PASSING EFFICIENCY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  incrfaud hit career                                                                          Dexter Hurt. Randolph-Macon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     13 394
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       7 211
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     30 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dave Hoot. HartwIck
(Mm 15 all per game)                                    CL       G ATT CMP                           PC1         IN1 YOS
                                                                                                                                          TO POINTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  receptions total to                                                                          ElII Schroeder, WIS -La Crosse
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Travrs Yost. Wrttenberg
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SH    9 265
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      10 277
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     29 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     27 7
Wrllre S&r. St John’s (Mum )                                     7 140 loo                           714           4 1942                 26     243.5
Jrm Ballard. Mount Umon                                :;        7 242 174                           71 9             2566                25     1884                                                             264, breaking the                                                                            Rodd Panan. Framrngham St
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Connon Thompson, Muskmgurn..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     13 360
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     20 542
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     27 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     27 1
Troy Knox, Colorado Cal                                SH        6  97   63                          64 9          : 1015                 12     la54
Chrrs Conklrno Anderson                                SR        7 171   aa                          777            t 1294                   a   182 7                                                            12-year Division III                                                                         Kent Underwood. Sewanee           SD    0 216                                         27 0
Guy Srmorrs. toa                                                 7 141   a0                          557           7 1405                 16     1679                                                                                                                                                                                       PUNTING
Boo Perry Wrlkes                                       :i        7 163   97                          595           6 1609                 15     1654                                                             mark I$ 25X sut by                                                                           (Mm 3 6 per game)                                            CL                 NO    AVG
Steve Stratton, St Norberi                                                                                            1066                10     158.9                                                                                                                                                          VIC Moncato. FDUMadrson                                                              43 0
Ed Hssson. Rowah                                       i.“R        6        118          :;          :::           2 1497                 14     1585                                                             Bill Strombug of                                                                             Brett Gel er, Ill Benedrchne                                 ji                  i:   42 I
Paul Bell. All8 heny                                   JR          7
                                                                   6        164
                                                                            113          68          60 1          :   943                10     1525                                                                                                                                                          Andy CaI Ihsch. WIS Stout                                                        43   42 0
Russ Young. 8 ewanee                                               7        148          91          61 4          5 1270                 10     149.1                                                           Johns           Hopkins                                                                       Andy Mahle, Onerbetn                                        %                         41 7
Mrke Montrco, Albrorr
Jason Baer, Wash 8 Jell
                                                       so          7      121
                                                                          110             74
                                                                                          59         5361
                                                                                                     61            :
                                                                                                                                                 1424                                                             liniversity        from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Match Holloway, Mrllsaps
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Ryan Haley. John Carroll
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SR                   :A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     41 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     41 3
John Smrth. Defiance                                               8      210            136         647           8 1798                   a    141 6                                                                                                                                                         Dawn Lundqutst. Occrdsntal                                  2                         41 1
Frank Plslka. FDU-Madison                              i”,         7      1%             105         535           9 1540                 16     1373                       1 197X to 1981. Last year, Newton alto .set thP Division                                                                           Judd Sather, St Olal                                                             :i   41 0
John Koz, EaldwrnWallace                                           7      231            138         597           9 1749                 15     1370                                                                                                                                                          Jon Hardy, Wesle                                            :i                   41   409
Jell I rndqurst, Neb Wesleyan                          z:          7      199            111         557           9 1418                 18     1365                                                                                                                                                          Darrn Whdesel. VJ’  ash 8 Jeft                                                   28   406
Oave Turner, Plymouth St                                           a        96            47         479           7 763                    8    1363                                                                                                                                                          Mike denBraber.Hopc                                         :El                       40 1
$Y;;;;;;~;iodu:agVBrne                                 E           6      15;             82         iii           s 1197                 10     136 1                                                                                                                                                         Jason Turns, Rhodes                                                              ::   399
                                                                   7      139             74         532           3 to91                   a    1339                                                                                                                                                          Oavrd Waddell, Ferrum                                       :i                   31   398
Jun Connolly, Wesley                                   :z          7      t9a            114         575           2 1427                 10     1328
Steve Mlkulskl. Truuty (Corm )     :.                              5      132             78         590           6                             1324
Errc Noble. Wrlmrngton (Ohro)                  “’      :“o         7      194            112         577           9 1;:                  I!     1322
                                                                                                                                                                                                          RECEPTIONS PER GAME                                                                                          SCORING
                                                TOTAL OFFENSE                                                                                                                                                                                 G   CT VDS                                                              CL     G                       TD         XP          FG               PTS       PTPG
                                                                            CL                  G       PLAYS                      YDS           YDSPG     Matt Newton, Prrncrpra                                               .A            6   74 760                      Kelwn Gladnev. Mrllsaos                 JR     6                       15          7           0                97        153
Jrm Ballard. Mount Umon                                                                         7         790                     2640             377 1   Sam Wrlhams. Oehance                                                    JR         8   70 1046                     BillI Sedgwick,‘Ursrnus                                                                                                   140
Jordan Porruck, Prrncrpra                                                   :i                  6         363                     1951             325 2   Tom Buslee. St Olaf                                                     5:         7   58 900                      Marut MaImberg, St John s (Mmn )                                                                                z4:       140
Chrrs Irlgs, Wabash                                                                                                               1960             280 0   Ed Bubonrcs. Mount Unron                                                                                           Davrd Kogan. Wabash                            7                                                                          13 1
Wrllre Serler, St John’s (Mm”‘)                                             .G                  :             308
                                                                                                              179                 1947             278 I   Rob LakerSOn Muhlanberg                                                            :   :: ‘E                       Carev Bender. Coe                      4       7                       1:          :               :            ii        126
John Smrth, Dehance                                                          JR                 8             293                 2705             275 6   Harold McKrnley, Bethany (W.Va.)                                       SO          8   63 648                      Nrck’Mvstrom Colorado Col              SR      6                        4         37               6            74        123
Tom Stallmgs. Sl Thomas (Mum )                                                                                                    1859             265 6   Alan Ptetkrewtcr, Western Md                                            ii         7   55 687                      Don D&son. Hrpon                               7                       14          0               0            84        120
Brran Van Duesen, Western Md                                                zi                  :             385
                                                                                                              282                 1806             258 0   Tom McDavrtt. Tnnrty (Corm )                                                       5   37 461                      Heath Butler, N western (WIS )         ZII                                                                      a0        114
Jon Eberl Bethel (Mrnn                                                      JR                                                    1539             256 5   V~ncenl Hooper, Belhel fMrnn ).                                       ..SR         7   51 619                      Mark Kacmarynskr, Central (Iowa)       so      :                       1:             i            :            78        11 1
Dan T&ah. Bsthany (W 1 a )                                                                      i             :2                  2012             251 5   Chrrs Garnty Wrlmrngton (Ohm)                                           E          7   51 758                      Thomas Lss. Anderson                    JR                             13             0            0            78        11 1
Sean McCullough, Muhlenberg                                                 :i                                                    I 758            251 1   Damon Klssa. Hanover                                                               7   51 590                      Jerern Hurd. ROCheSt8r                         L                                                                          110
Kerth Karpmske, St Olaf                                                                         :             359
                                                                                                              300                 1141             248 7   Jamey Goss. Sewanae                                                                                                Oreu J eers, Merchant Marrne           :i      6                       11          ii              i            ii        110
Brandon Grabowskr, Rensselaer                                               ;!i                 6             233                 I 488            248 0   Grew Lehrer. Herdelberg                                                                                            Matt Newton. Prmcrpra               ” fF(                               9         12               0            66        11.0
Ro er Haurr, WIS Stevens Pomt                                                                                                     1712             244 6   Errc Grssn. III Bsnedrcbns                                              SR         8   56   673                    Jose DeLeon. MIT                                                                                                          110
Ed a &son, Rowan                                                            i!                  ;             239
                                                                                                              175                 1465             244.2   Ted Brockman, Kenyon                                                 ...SR                                         Rrck Crutchley, WIS -Eau Cl&e       .-SO       7                       1:             :            :            FF        103
LeRay Wrlhams. Upsala                                                                           6             288                 1462             243 7   Tony Norton, Franklrn                                                 ..SR         ;   ::   %!I                    Jen RobInson, Albron                   JR      7                       12             0            0            72        10.3
John Koz Ealdwin~Wallace                                                    4                                                     1686             240 9   Brran Vandegrrit. Rhodes                                                                                           C8tnc Gayles. Hampden-Sydney                   :                       1:             :            :            72        103
Boo Perry Wrlkes                                                            so                  :             1%
                                                                                                              255                 t 600            228.6   Pet8 Marrn8. Cal Luth8ran                                               :Fi        ;   ::   :iT                    Jrm Gresko, Mount Uruon               .:El                                                                                103
Jay Schnerder, Hamhne        ”                                                                  7             209                 1563             223 3   Oevrn Wrllts, Upper Iowa                                                           7   47   486                    Jrmmy Henderson. WIS -Stevens Pornt    SR      7                       12             0            0                      103
Guy Slmons, Coe                                                             4                   7             173                 1561             223 0   St8V8 Endres. h'llkss                                                   :i         7   47   676
Scotl Isphordmg. Hanover                                                    SR                  7             276                 1535             2193    Josh Drake, Swanhmore                                                   SR                                                                                           FIELO GOALS
                                                                                                                                                           Kendall Grdfrn, Lams                                                    SR         ;   :;   i::                                                                               CL                                      FG           PCT     FGPG
                                         ALL-PURPOSE RUNNERS                                                                                               Vie Moncato. FDUMadrson                                                 JR                                         Steve Mlln8, Brockpon St.                                                    “,   FGA                                    1 43
                                                CL  G RUSH     REC                              PR        KR             INT YOS                 VDSPG     Joe Palumbo, Ithaca             ‘..                                     SR         :   ::   ii                     Gre Brame, Wdtenberg ,, ,.                  ,,.      ,,   ,, ,i!                   1;              1:           i::      1 43
Carey B8ndsr. CO8                              SR   i 1399     392                               0         0               0 1791                          Colby Penrone. Kenyon                                                   JR         7   44   516                    Frs!Harding    Carnsgre Mellon                                               :     15               9           60.0     1 29
Sam W8kams. Dsfrance                                a    40   1046                             406       392               0 ia84                 ;:: 2                                                                                                                       Marl Carroll, Bri’water (Mass )                                                                     Q           750      1 29
ElII Sedgwrck. Ursmus                               7 11%        53                             11       367               0 1621                 231 57                                              RECEIVING YAROS PER GAME                                                Brran Buglewa Whtnler                                           f            ;        1:            7           583      117
Rodd Pattan. Frammgham St                           6     54   496                             337       360              22 1269                 21150                                                                      G                    CT YDS         TD YDSPG     Chns Gabrrel. I! urry                                                        6        to            7           700      117
Errc Green. Ill Benedictme                   .SR    B       7  073                             212       546               0 1638                 204 75                                                                     7                    57 1030         5 1471      Brian Hughes. Stan Brook                                      ::                      10            7           700      117
Scott Tumrlw. Auoustana HII t                  SD   6   6%     113                             116       283               0 1211                 201 03   Rob Lokeraon. Muhlenberg                                    JR    7                    56 908          3 1354      Man Mmero. Swart Ii more                                      SO             F         9            a           889      114
Jamsy Goss: S&&se          ’ ’                 SR              at0                                       270               0 1332                 19029    Sam Willrams. Oefrance                                                                 70 lW6         12 130.8     J8R McDaniel, La Vsrns                                        SR                        7           6           a57      1.00
Healh ButIOr. N’W88t8rn (Wls.).            ...SR    : 12s:                                     25i                         0 1306                 1% 57    Tom Eusles, St Olaf                                                     $4             58 900                      Greg Harrlson. Union (N.Y.)                                ...SR             F                      7           700      1 00
Dreu Besrs. Merchant Marlne                         ; 1030      :t                                       630               0 111s                 186 33   Matt NIVrlOn. Prlnclpla .....                                           SR             74 7%           i   1E                                                                 ..SR              6        1:            6           600      1 00
Adam Hsnry. Carleton                           :R”      627    149                              6:      445                0 1289                 l&t 14   Vrc Moncato. FOU-Madrson                                              ..JR             45 861         10   123.0                                                                 JR                                    7           778      1 00
Don Oawson. Rlpon            ..I               SR   7 1202      40                                                         0 1275                 ia2 14                                                                                          50 810          8   1157                                                                 .SH             ;        1:            6           429      1 00
Ed Eubonrcs. Mount Unron                       SR   7     14 1030                              147       :i                0 1244                 17771    Grlg L8hr8,. H8id8lb8rQ ...................................            ..S R           50 765          4   1093    Scott Rubrnenr, Montclarr St                                  SO             6         7            6           85.7     1 .oo
Vrc Moncato. FOU-Madrson                                       861                              51      317                                       176 14   Errc Green, Ill Bsnsdrcbne ...... .... ............ .......... ..;;                    56 873          5   1091    Ed Mahoney, Ithaca                                                           7         7
Damon Klssa. Hanover                           ii   :     .:   590                                      641                   i     1%            175 71   I$~w&W~il~gton             (Oh(o)                                                                      9   108.3   JO81 O’DOnn8ll. Wllk8S                                        4                       10               :        E              lz;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  :;   ;::                    Larry Coyne. Case Reserve .:                                ..SR             :         8               6        75.0           86
Kelvtn Gladney, Mrllsaps
Jose D8LeOn. MIT
Man Frredman Plvmouih St
                                                                                                    0       9;
                                                                                                                                                  17050    Lance Yandell,’ Baldwin-WallaC8.. .. ....................
                                                                                                                                                           Alan Pretkrewrcz,, Western Md. ..........
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ..S R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ...... .... ..J R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      101 B
Ronnie Howard, Brrdgswater (Va )                    7   936                                     4:                            0     1184          1:: ::   Steve Endres. Wrlbs                                                                    47   676       i    96.6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      96.1                                                                            CL            G            NO VOS                  IPG
Al Whlt8. Wm Pat8rSOn                          :i   7   800    1::                                      z-z                   0     1174          167 71   Brian Vandsgrifl. Rhodes                                                                                           Aaron Mmor. Macalester                                               ...SR            7             a  75                   1.1
Dawd Kogan, Wabash                             JR   7   962    184                               i                            0     1173          167 57   Kevm Felghery, MarChant Mann8 .........                       ...... JR                :i   2i        :    q51     Scott Collms. Winenberg                                                                             a  21                   11
Pets Marme. Cal Lutheran                                                                       161      2::                                       166 67   tony Norton, Frankhn          ...        ................              ..S A           42   560       4    ii:     Todd Sebold. Albion                                                    El;
Rodney Bond, Jersay City St.                                                     ‘::             0        0                   :     loDo          166 50   Todd Bisrowski, Sl Norbert                ...                            SR            43   649       a    92 7                                                                                                               :      2        1:
Oerrrck Harrrs Eureka                          SR       8     1123                  81                   91                   ;     1;:           161 80                                                                     .... ..J R           37   461       2    92.2                                                                            :ri
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Rob Johnson,‘Western Md
Brll Johnson. Mass Dartmouth
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                                                                                                                                                  160 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  41 537

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      a95     Trm Schwaro.   N’westsrn (
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ..’         .” “.    ‘.           SR
Shaun Krrby, Tmuty (Corm )

W Division                               Ill team                                                   Through October 23

                                           PASSING OFFENSE                                                                                                                                                                        SCORING OFFENSE                                                                                       RUSHING OFFENSE
                                                                            ATT          CMP            PCT              INT         YDS          YDSPG                                                                               r.   Trl   IP                                          PTS     AVG                                         G    CAR                                     YDS    YDSPG
                                                                            259           1.93          70 7                        2671           381 6   St john’s (Mm           )                                                  Li    ii   ?i                                          435     62 1        N’western (Wis.)               .7     435                                   2442     340 9
                                                                            216           141           65 3                  :     2464           352.0   Tc’b”e’ty(Corm)                                                                  34    29                                         244     4.38        Tmllty (Cculrl )                      250                                   15%      3196
Alma                                                           7            430           200           46 5                        2197           3139                                                                               :     46   33                                          325     46.4        Chrcago                         i     470                                   2542     3178
St Thomas (Mmn.)                                               7            2%            155           52.4             1:         2162           308 9                                                                                                                                     362     45 3        CW                              7     353                                   2079     297 0
Bethel (Mum )                                                  7                                        508              IB                        302 9                                                                                                                                     254     42.3        Wrs -Rrver Falls                7     406                                   2072     296 0
Westsrn Md                                                                  ::            179
                                                                                          195           54 1             14         :A::           290 0                                                                                                                                     250     41 7        Olcklnron                       7                                           1993     284 7
Rowan                                                          ;            174             99          569               2         1721           286 8                                                                                                                                     284     40.6        Rochester                             :R                                    1929     275 6
Prlnclpla                                                      6            300           167           55 7                        1720           286 7                                                                                                                                     268     383         Augustana (Ill )                ;     311                                   1616     269 3
EaldwmWallaC8                                                  7            250           147           58.8             1:         t 829          261.3                                                                                                                                     227     37 a        Redlands                        6     296                                   1611     268 5
Rensselaer                                                     6            217           11.9          54 4                        1563           260 5                                                                                                                                     263     37 6        Concordra-M’head                7     405                                   1859     265 6
Hanover                                                        7            275           159           57 8             1:         1819           259 9   N’western (WlS )                                                                                                                  262     37 4        Wesleyan                        5     258                                   1323     264 6
Coe                                                                         tat           106           586               7         1815           259 3   Mount Unron                                                                    :                                                  257     36 7        Allegheny                       ?     340                                   1840     262 9
Colorado tol                                                   ;            ,a    ._        01          61 5                        1535           255 a   Albron                                                                         7                                                  241     34 4
St Olal                                                        7            277           Iii           53.4             Ii         1780           254 3   Wash 8 Jeff                                                                    7                                                  240     34.3                                         RUSHING DEFENSE
Muhlenberg          ”                                                       289           141           488                         1741           248 7   Uruon (N Y)                                                                                                                       233     33.3                                               G    CAR                              VDS    YDSPG
Elmhurst                                                                    268           129           48 I             1:         1477           246 2   La Vsrns                                                                       i                                                  199     33 2        Wash 8 Jen                                   216                              166     23 7
FrankIln.                                                                   241           116           48 1             16         1476                   Augustana (Ill )                                                               6                                                  198     33 0                                                     241                              174     24 9
Carleton                                                                    226           111           49 1             15         1712           z::i    Rrpon                                                                                                                             231     33 0                                                     216                             2at      40 1
S&bury St                                                                   236           122           51.7              6         1464           244.0   Ohio Northern                                                                                                                     226     32 3        Wdtenberg                                                                    385      55 0
Neb Wesleyan                                                                244           130           53 3             13         1694           242 0   Frostburg St                                                                                                                                                                                                                       343      57 2
                                                                            306           150           490              15         1666           238 0   was -Stevens Pomt                                                                                                                 225        ::1                                                                                   434      62 0
                                                                                                                                                           Mrllrkrn                                                                       6                                                  190        31 7     Central (Iowa).                                          256                 461      65.9
                                        PASS EFFICIENCY DEFENSE                                                                                            Nsb Weslevan                                                                   7                                                  219        31 3     Wrlkes                                                   237                 488      69 7
                                                                                                                                                 RATING    ursrnus                                                                        7                                                  219        31 3     1rmly (Corm )                              :             177                 376      75.2
                                                        t      ATT          CMP               PCT        INT YDS                      TO         POINTS                                                                                                                                                          MOWIan                                                   251                 534      76 3
                                                                                                            6 328                      1            504                                                                           SCORING OFFENSE                                                                Mrddlebuy                                  :             174                 387      77 4
                                                                                              33 0
                                                                                              31 6
                                                                                                          1;  646
                                                                                                          16 529
                                                                                                                                                    54 6
                                                                                                                                                    56 3   Wash 8 Jefl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Dehance                                    i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       82 2
                                                               la1                            43 6        23  760                                   57 1   Mount Union                                                                                                                                           Unron (N Y)                                              273                 585      a3 6
                                                               135                ::          36.3        12 504                                    57 2   Wesni81d st
                                                                                                                                                           Dlckmson                                                                       :
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          7       7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  6          :                                :;         E.i     BaldwmWallace                              :             300                 599      85 6
                                                               137                            32 8        10  553                                   61 a
                                                               164                ::          37 2        12  771                                   64 1                                                                                          ;          4                                ::         :.:                                       TOTAL OFFENSE
                                                               165                            31 5        ‘5  741                                   65 1                                                                                          7          3                                                                                            G    PLS YDS                               YDSPG
                                                               133                2:          30.8          i 555                                   66 2                                                                                                                                      :z         :;      Coe                                            r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               534 3894                               556 3
                                                               209                78          37 3        12 a51                                    66 3                                                                                                                                                         St John’s (Mm” )                                                                     537 6
                                                               170                75          44 1        15  799                                   69 9                                                                                                                                      ::         8       Trlnny (Corm.)                                 :          4.40 3763
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           391 2565                   513.0
                                                               140                            36 4          5 638                                   69 9                                                                                                                                                         Mount Unron                                                                          507 7
                                                                 98               z:          35 7        11 455                                    72.5                                                                                                                                      z:         ;.z                                                    ;          507 3554
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           367 2955                   492.5
                                                               la3                77          42 0        13 856                                    72 6                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              472 1
                                                               169                            41 4        16 855                                    72.0                                                                                                                                      69
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              70        1i.i                                                    :          607 3777
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           399 2720                   454.7
                                                               209                !ii         45 9        14 941                                    73 5                                                                                                                                      ;:        101
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        10.5                                                    7          548 3131                   447 3
                                                               211                92          43 6        15 1031                                   75.2                                                                                                                                                                                                        7          535 3122                   446.0
                                                               2ta                            44 0        t6 1034                                   75 2                                                                                                                                      ::        109
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        11.0                                                                                          442 9
                                                               126                2           36 5        10  703                                   78 0                                                                                                                                                                                                        ;          412 3100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           550 2640                   440 0
                                                               205                92          44 0        12 944                                    78 3                                                                                                                                      ii        112
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        11.4                                                    7          493 3026                   432 3
                                                               195                a4          43 0        17 1042                                   790
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ::        11.4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        114                                        TOTAL DEFENSE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          G    PLS                           YOS
                                                                                              FUM                  INT            LOSS           MARGIN                                                                                                                                       81        11.6     Brr’water Mass.)                         7    4oi                            915    ‘~~~4
                                                                                                6                                   12              3 14                                                                                                                                      E         11 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        12.0     Wash a 1 m                               7    425                           1017     1453
                                                                                                 3                   i               9              2.80                                                                                                                                                         Wln8nb8rg                                 7   432                           1031     1473
                                                                                                                                    10              2 57                                                                                                                                      63        126      Hobart.                                  7    469                           1413     201 9
                                                                                                    ;                ;               a              2 16                                                                                                                                      77        128      Wh8aton (Ill )                           6    417                           1220     203 3
                                                                                                    5                5              IO              2 16   ~oa88blngton (MO)                                                              8                                                  104        13.0     Wilkes                                    7   446                           1429     204.1
                                                                                                                                    15              2 14                                                                                  7                                                                      l&on(NY)                                 7    456                           1437     205.3
                                                                                                1:                   z              17              1 71   Central (Iowa)                                                                 7                                                   i:        131
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        133                                               6    335                           1244     207 3
                                                                                                 3                   3               6              171    Wheaton (Ill )...                                                                                                                                     St. John’s (Mum)                          7   490                           1468     209.7
                                                                                                 9                   5              14              t 71   K8an                                                                           i                                                   ii        13.3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        138      Marne Marrbme                            6    304                           1273     2122
 November                   1, 1993                                                                                                                  The NCAA News                                                                                                                                                 Page 13

   Following is u rpPo7t of actions by                              rIrlrl~l,l-elhl~l~.        after seven ~ualrcrr. “crdr             a student-athlete         who had sat,rlactortly                 ~0111’51would corm toward his new major.                          hlrin~ the spring of 1993, hr successfully
the NCAA Academic Requirements                                      .t ,n,,~m,,,m grade-point              avcr.,ge 01 1.X40,         cnmplrted        43 credit hours with a 2.130                      tt~wwrr,      iwsmuc h as the change of maj”,~                   rompWed f WC credit hour5 at the certifying
Committee Subcommittee on Satisf&-                                  and a fifth-ye&r clu[ll.nt-;,ttllcte,              after nine     grade-point         average hrtwvren the fall of                  did no1 occu, before the begi,,ning of the                        irl\tituti”rl      ;rrld ~“mplrted          a” additional
                                                                    quarters. needs a minirnu,,,                    grade-poim         1990 ar,d the spring of l’W2 .,I the certifying                  XYJKW~T or within the three-week pr,n”d                           scvcn credit hours duting the 5ummer. The
tny-~OgTeSS             WaiUQTS        fin   TeqVeStS      fOT
                                                                    .tvrra~e of I 930 %,dc”o               ,r,,,,t have a 2.000       insc,lutiorl. In the spring of 1992, he was                       lxnmtted. per institutiowl               policy, it resulted      i,wiw,“n           requested prrmissiotl            to cou1~1
waivers of sutisfacto7y-ProFess l&i-                                                                                                  dismirsrd       ,,r,der disciplinary      ru5pension
                                                                    g,aadr-point average I” gr.,du.~tc. I,, drr,ying                                                                                     111d h~tl.+y         of hours earned during the                  Iour hours as “regular” ac.ldrmic hours to
1&m.                                                                rht- W.I,VCI rrqurrt. the subc”mnu11ec “otcd                      for the sprillg .,r,d fall by the rcnily,“g                       “rrgula,”       academic yr.rr. The i,~sIi,,,tior~                meet In denying the request, the
   This T$IoTt covms actions taken by                               that a clrrrlcnt-.ltlllctr‘b        ability to fulfill rhr        irutitution.     He the” rctr,rnrd to the insriru-                requested permission                to c”unt rw” “I 1hc           subcommittee noted the weak nature of the
the subcommittee in teltghone confn-                                Awxiatmn             s Fade-pomt        average rrq,,,re-         lion in the spring of 1995 and successfully                       hours as “regdar”            academic hours 1” IIIPCI             student-athlete’s            postsecondary         academic
enres May 24, June 25, July 15,                                     tnrnt~ should nut be adversely affected by                        completed 13 cred,t hcmr5. In order for the                        I4.5.4.1. I” denying the request. the sub-                       record ar,d that, during the spring of 1992,
                                                                    panwpatiot~              in ‘1 looper;,tivr~rdl,cation            5t,,derlt&,thlete to use 1hc ““e-time         transfer            ~~J,~~~,IIcc rwtrd the we.,kr,rss of his overall                  he hnd lailcd IWO rcgul.,r rla5ses and with-
August 20, September I and S.+tember
                                                                    program. In addition.                the subrommittee             rxce-ytion to be eligible upor, t,ansfer to                       p”s&ec”“d.lry          .I~..,rlcm,c rCx”t*l, arrd that           drew from a third. which contributed ICJhis
I 5 and during a meeting of thx Acadp-                               nated that. ,I nrrrcrary.             i1 could co”5idc,          ,lnolhrr     iwxitution      in the ldll 01 1993, hr              an instituriowd         policy prevented btm lrom                 academic predicammc
mic Requirements Committee June 26.                                 such waiver reques~r on a care-hy-care                            had I” complete             II hours dr,r,“g        the           ct,.mXir,g his major during the sc111cs1cr to                          n Approved               the application           of a
   Acting for the Academic Require-                                 basis.                                                            summer. The insWttior,            requested permis-               rulrlr      him to CW,,, the three hours in                       mcrnber itl5titutiort o,, behalf of a studrr,l-
men& (:ommittee, the subcommittee..                                 Considered             the following          satisfactary-       5ion to count eighr of 1hc summer hours as                        question                                                         athlete who was a transfer ctudem from a
 Considered            the following           ratirfactory-        progress            waivers,     per (“75/             “regular” academic hours I” meet                            W Approved              rhr appl,cat,“n             “I ,,    community college. He initially enrolled at
 progress         waivers,           per NCAA            Bylaw      25”):                                                             In dc,lylrlX the request, the suhmmmittee                         member insritutio”             on behalf of a student-           the certifying           institution      in the spring of (“2slsons’q:                                                  n Approved           the application                of a     tmtcd rhc s1udc,,1-athl~1r had a reason-                    .~thlctr who wflrred               from a learning dis-           1991 and successfully completed 12 hours.
     n A pp,-“vrd a waiver rrquesr from rl                           member inrticution           related lo it5 “ontram              .dJlr .mwut~~ ol time IO ,mprove his aradr~                       .&ili[y i,, thr areas of English and mathe-                      During the 1991-92 academic year, he sue-
 national       service academy rhar 1he prr-                        ditional academic calendar, which divide5                        1111~pmgrrcr          and the large number of                     matic5. L)t,ri~,X the 1992-93 academic year at                   cessfully completed 24 credit hours. How
 centage of degree rrquiremrn15                       specified      the academtr yr.u i”to four terms of equal                       5.~1,rl.~~tory-l~r”grccs       hours conrained        in          11,~ certifyirlg ir,stitution (his initial year of               cwr, iti 1992-93, he completed or,ly sevr”
 in the legislation apply only to the years 01                       Icngth, with re5pect to credit hours earned                      IhC WdIvcr      nxpmt.                                            wrollmwt).          he sucrrs5fully completed I4                 hours during the fall term arld the” with-
the srudenr’s enr”llmrn1                    ;u the r&van1           by student~athlrtes             during       the second               w L~enwtl the applicarion of a mcmhrr                         rrl.+r      credit hours, as well as rhrre remc-                 drew during the spring term due to hack
 national service academy; that prior rollc-                         summer term after matriculation.                      In ap-     ir,rti,utio,,    01, I~rhdll of rl rtudetwathlc1e                 dial, noncredit hours. He enrolled in sewn                       surgery. The institution               requested permis-
giatr enrollmrnr             not a&cc the applicable                provingrhr      request. the subcommittee novd                    who had completed hi5 third semester at                           c rrdir hours during the ~umrnrr of 1993 i,l                     sion to count hvo hours as “regular” acade-
prrcentagr           rrquirr,r,rr,ts,        and that such          Iha1 the institution        require5 residence dur-               rhe crnifyi”X        institution ar,d was placed 011              ordm IO fillfill rhr n,mulacivc acpcrc “I thr                    mic hours to meet 145.4. I In approving rhe
5tuder,ts, however, will continue to be subject                      ing this term. The subcommittee also noted                       academic suspension with a 1.X40 grade-                           Arsoci.uion’\       rsclrf;rctory-pro~~~s5        rule. The      request, the subcommittee                   noted chat the
to the Association’s                 five-year      clock and       that it5 deci5io”        would not preclude the                   point average I” “rdlrr 1” he reinstated for                      irutitution      rrquesred permission              1” COU~I      srrrdent-athlete had heen denied the oppor-
other continuing eligibility and cacisfartory-                      further consideration of credit hours earned                      the spring term of lW3, rhe student-athlete                       one hour a5 a “rr~lar”                 academic hour to          runicy 1” make up the deficit hours dwi,,g
progress legislarion              The rommirtee           noted     during the institution’s other summer terms,                      rnterrd ,111” an academic contractual agree-                      meet 14.54. I. In approvinX the request, the                     the springterm            due 1” his hack surgery and
that U.S. Code IO specifies char students                           but rmpharirrd,         however, that it would be                 ment with his academic dean. The contract                         wlxommittet.          noted that the student-athlete             that only two additional                   hours were rem
must attend a national service academy for                          necessary to review such requests on a caw                        involved four courses, only two of which                          w.\s only ow credit hour shy of meeting the                      +rrd.           in addirion 10 his other summer
 not less than eight full semesters. regardless                     byca5e basis.                                                     would c”un1 [“ward the Association’s                     satis-   reguk,liorl,       and that the deficiency                ap-    work. in order to render him eligible for the
of any prior rrwollment                   or academic per-               w Approved          the applicatior,                of a     farrory-progress        requirements. The student-                pcarcd to be due, ir, pan, to a documented                       Call of 1993.
fortnar~r        at arwthrr collegiate institution,                 member in5titution related to its drXwes i,)                      athlete successfully completed                   21 hours         learning disability.                                                  n Approved                the application           of a
a,,d that rmtional service academies may                            architccure       a,,d et,giWerirlX,          whir h have         during the 1992-93 academic year, but only                            n RccorGdrred                and approved the ap-            member institution on behalf of a student-
 not accept trarlsfer               credit. Accordingly,            mandatory        cooperative-edutatio”               rompo-        I5 credit hours counted toward his deqee                         plira1,on 01 .I member ir,slitution on behalf                    athlete who, during his six terms of attend-
 Federal legislation              prrrludrr         a transfer      nents. The subcommittee                  approved           the   requirements.          He completed           nine credit         of a ctudent-athlere who lrdnsfe,wd                    lo lhr    ance at the certifying institution.                  had sue-
srudrnr from hrllilling the prrcenc ofdegree                        request related 1” c”wsc work completed                           houn durirlX the w,,,mer of 1993 m orde,                          cenifyingins1iru1ion            from a two-yearcollege           ce55lully ~omplrted the required 72 satisfar-
requirements             specified        in upon          during the third and fourth years of enrollL                      to fulfill the cumulative aspccr 01 the Asso-                     in the fall of 1991 Durmg the 1991-92                            tory-pro~re55           hours. However, durir,g the
cranrfer to a national service academy.                             rnent only. In approving the request. the                         ciatiorl’b     satisfactory-progress            rule. The         academic year, he satisfactorily completed                        1992-93 academ,c year, the dtstrihutioti                   of
    w Considcrcd               a waiver request. pet                subcommittee         noted that students follow                   ir,stitution     requested permission             to coun1        25 credit hours with a 1520 grade-point                          [here hours was prohlrmatic                    masmuch as (“25/W/75”),              from d mrmbcr inrti-            traditional    enrollment        patterns during the              three hours a5 “rrgul.,r”            arddcmic hours lo            average. During the fall of 1992, he suflercd                    he earnedonly             14”fthe necessary20 hours
t&on r&ted to the posstbility that degree-                          first and second years of enrollment                       and    meet In drr,yir,g the rcquert, the                      a serious arm injury and encountered other                       during rhe “regular”                academic year. The
rrlarrd     ~owsc5 may not be available to                          that it would not be appropriate                   to waive       subcommittee           noted the weakness of the                  significam persnnal and family health proh-                      inctirurion        believed that 75 percmc of all
5(uderlt-attlletr5        pr,rsuirlX a nursing degree                14 5.41during those academic years The                           studrntx,thlete’s          postsecondary         academic         Icnrs. A5 a result, he finished the semester                     sdrlch~rory-progress              hour had LOhe earned
and drtrnr~ir,rd           that it would be necessary               subcommittee         concluded, however, that ,t                  record and that he had failed important                           passing eight hours, with only five hours                        during rhr “rrgular”              academic year, notjust
IO review WC h waiver requests on a case-by-                        would he appropriate            to cow1 hours com-                course work. Further, it rIoted that the                          applirahlc I” his degree program He also                         the hours earned during and after the I992m
case basis. The subcommittee                     noted that it      pleted during the terms of mandatory                              irrstitutiot, had broken its own reinstatement                    received erroneous advice from the institw                       93 academic yrar. and tnisadvi5ed the stu-
has “0 authority to waive the appliratior,                     of   summer attendance that follow rhe conch-                          cot,tac1 by permirring             him 1” enroll in PE            tion regarding           his future eligibility          and.    dent-athlete. The inswution requested per-
the Association’s              basic 24-hour/l2-h”ur                sion of the third and fourth academic years                        I121 (varsiry foorhall). which was not in-                       based in part on this information,                   did not     n,irrion 1” cow,1 one hour as a “regular”
szatisfactoryprogress             legislation, per 14.5.4.          toward rhe “regular”              academic year rem               dudrd irl the “ataden,,c c”,,trwY                  for rein-      return to the instirution during the spri,lg                     dcddrmic           hour to meet In ay-
or the designation-of-degree                   requirement,         quirement, per 14.5 4.1. The subcommittee                         stdtement.                                                        of 1993. The institurion                  applied Bylaw          provingthe request. the subcommittee noted
per                                                       also noted that, per official imerpretation.                          n Approved              thr appliracion             of a       14.5 &(a) (missed-rerm exception)                   for the     the inscurtot~‘s             conlurton       regardtng the
Considered            the following           satisfactory-         the institution’s     cooperative~education                stu-   mcmbcr i”sti1ut ,on “1, behalf of a srudent-                      spring term of 1993. The institution                       rem   ,~p’yl,~ dlio” of the rule. and 1hr fact that the
progress waivers,               per“90/95”):              denrs mus1 he enrolled                 full-rime        1” he     athlrte who rranrferrrd                from a nv”-year            qwsred permission IO round 3.25 hours as                         rrrrdrnt had f,,lf,lled nearly X2 percenr of
    n DrrCrd a waiver request from a                                eligible for prarcirr and comperition                             college to the certifying institution                 in the      “regular” academic hours to meet 14.5.4. I.                      hit cotal catirfarrory~progress                hours during
mrmbcr         ir~stitinior,       rcXardinX         the ins&            W Approved          the application                 of a     fall of I!)92 with 61 credit hours. Duringthe                     In approving the request, the subcommit-                         the “regular” academic year. It also noted
11,uon‘r grade-poinr              ryctem th.,t is divided           member institutior,           related to a studrr,t-               1992-93 “rrl&w”             ac.ldemic year. he suc-              ICC nowd thd1 the student-athlete                   had re-      thdt .I wivcr            application       will not he ap-
into a” upper and lower division in which                           athlete who attended the crrtifyirlg                  in5titw     ro5t,,llyconlpleted            I5 saticfacrory-progress           rewed err”ne”us               information        from the        proved aucomacically simply because a stu-
graduation          is solely dependent upon the                    tiotl for four seme51ers and three summer                         crccht hours. Due to a misunderstandir,X                          institution      and, coupled with the extenuat-                 dent-athlete isjust one hour short of meeting
upper division grade-point                     average. The         terms bcgitintng           the mummer of I990                     wi1h his academic                adviser, the studem-             ing personal and family health problems,                         the provisions of
institution       requested a waiver to permit all                  Ihrough the rummerol              1992 and romplewd               a1hlete enrolled ir, EPSE 200 itlrtead of.,”                      this rr5ultrd in .I sub5tanlial hdrdrhip for                          n De&d the appliratior, of d mrmbc1
st,,der,t~athlrtes relief from the wade-point                       47 credit hours with a 1.520 grade-point                          “eco,,omic5”        elertive. A5 d rcwlt. rhe 1hrcr-              tbr smdent-arblctc.                                              m5tirurion         on hrhalf of a srudrnt-athlete
wrragc rcqoircmcnl.                In dcnyingthc waive1             average. Pursuant to the institution’s                 acade-     hour c,,,,t‘~ uwld not hc counted toward                              n Drmrd rhe application of a member                          who was required to enroll in a remedial
request. the suhrommittee                    noted that the         mic requirements,           he was swpendrd                 for   ca1,slact”ry progress. The srudent-athlete                        institution      on behalf of a studrnt-athlete                  EnKbbh class bcfort erwr,lImcnI in lrrshman
issue s,,rroundir~Xthr             XradinX system would             the 1992-93 academic year. In order to he                         completed         nine credit hours dunng [he                     who, after .xxlenC                   suspens,on      hy the      Enghch due 1” an institutional                  policy at the
be sunilar lor all 1ransfcr sn~denrs. ar,d chat                     reinstated in the fall of 1993, he had to                         wm,,,~, of 1,)9:1 ,n order to tulfill the cw                      certifying institution duringthe fall of 1992,                   cenifying         institution.       D~,rinX the 1991-92
it would he more appropriate for the instirw                        successfully complete eight credit hours                           mulatrvc acpec1 of the Association’s                    satis-   rr,rollrd ir, IX credit hour5 in the spring 01                   academic yrat. he wccc55fully                     completed
tie,, to compute ~~ade~point averages based                         with a 2.000 grade-point            averaXe 01 better              fxrory-p,~ogress            role.     The     it~stit,,tiun       1993, six of which were repeated hours. in                      24 hourr. In 1992.93. he trwrssfully                     cam-
cart tht. mrthod uxxl for all studmt5. The                          during the 5,,1nn,er of 1993 The mstirut,“,,                       requested prrmis5ion to count two hours as                       ordrr M he elig,ble i” the fall of 1993.                         plctcd only 20 credit hours, three of which
~uhcon,n1,111.c also r,otrd [hat ir wo,,ld be a                     requested permission to r”unt one hour as                         “rr~ula,”      .ic.rdemic hours 1” meet                 However, due to financial                 constraints,     he    were remedial              English, which were riot
rrlarivrly     s,mplc tack lor 1hr ,nc1,~1,“n 1”                    a “regular” academic hour to meet                        In appr”v,“g         1hc request, rhe subcommit-                 could “ot purchase book5 ;,“d wa5 lorccd to                      countable. The institution                  rrqurrted     per-
combine         the upper and lower division                        In approving the request, the subcorn,nit~                         ICC noted the student-athlete’s strongrourse                     sc~ure part-time employmrnt.                   As a resul1.      mibbiorl to coo111 ofw hour ds d “regular”
Xradc-poirn          averages in order to comply                    tee noted the 5roderl1’s progress toward                           of study and “good-faith”             effort IO meet thr         hc ruccrsslully          complered only 15 credit                academic hour to meet 145.4 1. In denymg
with NCAA regulations, although it is srrG                          degree completion             and the fact 1ha1 he                 requirements         of durirlg the xade-               hourr. The instirutiorl requested permission                     the requrb(, the wbcomm,ttcc                       noted rhe
tiw II, thr arlditirn,al .,drnir,istr&ivr              I~urdcr~s    needed orlly O~IC credit hour 1” fulfill                           mic year, after recrivi”X             errow”,*b        inlor-    I” count r&r hours as “regular” academic                         we-.,k nd1urc 01 the Ctude,wa1hlete’s posrser-
of 14.5.3. I.                                                       satisfactory-progress        requirements. The sub                 matiorl from ‘111adviser                                         hours to mce1 In denying the                           ondary academic record, and that he had
    n Denied a waiver request from a                                committee also noted that the rrabon for                               H Dcmrd the application of a member                          request. the ubcommittre                 “ored the weak-         been placed in this position partly a5 a
metnbcr ir,stirution             on behalf of all of it5            rhc strrdet~t-athlrtc’s        academic suspension                 mstitution       on behalf of a studer,t&,thlrtr                 ~55 of the student-athlete‘s               portsecondary         result of ir~slituliorral policy.
student-athlrres          enrolled ,n its rooperative-              was an rnstitutional          requirement          that was        who transferred from a two-year college to                       drademic        record and rhac his financial                         n Approved                rhr applicauon           of a
education progmrn. The institution requires                         more stringent than the Association’s                      aca-    ttae certifying institution          ,n 1he fall of 1992         hardships, while significant,                  should not        member institution on behalf of a student-
 IX mo,,ths of rooprr;,tivr~edur;,tiorl                    work     demic requiremrnt5.             Finally. the s,~bcom-              wth fif) credit hours. In the fall of 1992, he                   have resulted in his failure IO complete                         athlete who initially enrolled at the certify-
rvprtirncc         for srvrr.11 majors: the work ir                 nuttee      noted that the adoptmn                         and     declared his major in physical education                         co\,rse work.                                                    ir,X inbritution           ir, lhr fall of 1990 md,
“prional      for other majors. As a rrsulr. a                      implementation         of may have oc-                    with teacher rrrtificatiorr           K-12, pursuan1 to              W DetGrd the appl,cat,on of a member                         dwmg           [he lollowng         Iwo aradrmic        years.
c r,operativr-rduration                 student-athlete        in   curred in a way that precluded the studwr-                         thv itwmuion‘s         drgrre~declaration          policies.     institution      on behalf of a student-athlete                  successfully completed 48 credit hours. In
good a< ademir cta,,d,ng ir cowiderrd                      to he    athlete lrom ant,cipatmg             the effect of this            Altr, talking with his advixr, he decided to                     who had successfully completed 15 credit                          1992-93, hc rucccbsfully ~omplctcd I5 c tedil
enrolled in the third academic year after                           legislation on his continuing               eligibility.           char,Xe hi5 area of tmpha5is from K-12 1” 6-                     hours in the fat1 of 1992 at the rrn,fy,ng                       hours during rhr “regular” academic year,
liw q,,a,tcrs witl, a ,nir,in,ur,, Ir;r;,dr~poir,t                       w Rerrmsiderrd           awl dwird          tbc .,ypli-        12. Thr st,1drn1-.11hle1~ the” enrolled in                      ,,,srrruri”n and transferred after the institw
.wrr;\gr “I I.700 (4 000 scale): <I lounh-yea,                      ca1,on ol a member ,“stwn””                  on behalfof           PHED 375. with the understandinK                   that the      tion discontinued               its football     progrwn.                     See Waivers,                page 15 b

n Interpretations                                                                  Committee                                          minutes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Division     I-A football/tickets
Conference No. 14
October 7,1993                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                3. LJsc of tickets sold t” booster organi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ratinn to meet Division I-A fnotball criteria
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (Division     I). t ;.lmr rickrrs sold 1” an institw
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         tmn’~ honstcr “rganizuion            a, a “regularly
    Acting for the N(ZM (hmcil,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         estahlishrd price” .IS set forth in I
tlic lntcrpretations   (hmtnittrr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ,,,dy be utili~rd 10 meel ,hc n,imnwn             Dw,-
issricd the tbllowing   interprrta-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      WV, 1-A I~r~,1l~.~ll-.t1tr~~~l~~~~~c rrqui,rnwnrr
tioiis:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  only ,f such tickers are used for admissir,n.
            Institutional promotion/                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1Rrferenrr5: (Cr,r,nri”X    .~,,r,,rl~
              commercial loc0tianr                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    pr”“
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ‘II,, c) ‘Id 20 !I (i 3 .5 1 (111111111111111 “I
    I. .Salr of institutional     promotional                                                                                                                                                                                                                            unmred rickets) l
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n Bylaw                    30 revisions
   Pm su;rnt    to NCAA GJnstitution     4.1.3-(g) and, the                                    [Division I only]                                     “30.921 Waiver for Closed Bowl Games. The NCAA
N(:M Administrative           (:ommittcc and the N(:AA (:ounc il                 “ Softball, Division I Women-Tuesday           prior to         Council, by a two-thirds majority of its members present
have ;~pp~~Jvrd      the following administrative regulations to              the National     (LJllrgiatc     Division    1 Women’s Softball             and voting, or a committee designated by the Council,
implcmcnt        policy in a manner not inconsistent          with            (:hampic~~r1shil, gitrrlr to noon     on  the day after the gamr,           may approve a waiver of the six-vie tory requirement       to
provisions 01 the constitution or bylaws. Followir1g(:o1rr1cil                and the period from 12:Ol a.m. on the day of registration                   enable a conference champion to participate      in a closed
approval, the revisions are published in Thr N(:AA News.                      for the national      convention       of the National    Softball          bowl game (i.e., one in which partiripation         by both
Bold type indicates new wording; italiri/cd type indicates                    Coaches Association          to 1201 a.m. on the day after                  teams is determined by their conferences, not a sponsoring
wording removed. l5gc numbers refer to thr l!)!&!l4                           adjournment     of the convention.”                                         agency) when the conference champion          is scheduled
N(:M Manual.                                                                     Source: N(:M Administrative            <:ommittcc (Recruiting            contractually   to participate  in the game.”
                                                                              (:ommittee).                                                                   Source: NCM (:ouncil (Special Events (Committee).
     NO. 1 EVALUATIONS-DIVISION                    I WOMEN’S                     Effective Date: Immrdiatrly.                                                Effective Date: Immrdiately.
   Intent: To prrmit evaluations             during the July and                           NO. 3 POSTSEASON            FOOTBALL                                       NO. 4 SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP
Novcmbrr rvaluation prriocls in the state of North Dakota.                       Intent: To specify that a “desrrving winning team,” for                                           CERTIFICATION
   Bylaws: Amend SO.10.2, page           385-386,    as follows:              ~“JI-~~Js~sof eligibility fin a certified postseason football                  Intent: ‘lb eliminate the requirement that no Division I
                           [Division I only]                                  contest, must have more wins than losses; to affirm that                    campuses may he utilizrd I,y c erlifird, rioriiristitutior1;11
   “30. IO.2 Baskerl~all, Division 1 Women-s. Thr following                   ties clo not count in dctcrmining a team’s won-lost rrcord,                 haskctball cm~ps.
contact md        evaluation periods shall apply to women’s                   antI IO prrmit the (:ouncil to waive the Six-Victory rrcluire-                 Bylaws: Amend 30.15, page 391, as follows:
baskethall in I)ivision 1:                                                    mcnt to enable a confereric c c hampio~i to participate in a                                          [Division 1 only]
   [ 30.1 0.2m(a) through 50.10.2-(s) un( hanged.]                            “closed” postseason bowl game whrn schcdulcd contrac-                          “YLl5 SUMMER I~ASKETBALI~ (:AMP (:EKTIPI<:A-
   “(t) In the state of North Dakota and in classifications                   tually to participate in the gamr.                                          TION
A and M in the state of Virginia, evaluations shall be                           A. Bylaws: Amend WW, page 3X0, as follows:                                  “In   orcler for a summer basketball ra~np to be cenitied,
permissible only bctwecn July 8 andJuly 31 and between                                           [Division I-A foothall only]                             a certification    appliration     form musf be submitted each
Novemhcr 2 and Novcmbrr 22.”                                                     “30.9.2 (:ontest Status. A c ontest shall hc ccrtifird only if           year to the N(ZM national office not later than April 1. A
   [ Kemainder of 30. IO.2 unchangrd.]                                        it sclvcs the purpose of providing          a national contest              ramp review lhrm for each camp also must be suhmitred to
   Source: N(:M Administrative            GJmmittce (Kecruiring               bctwec11 deserving winning trams. &ginning               with the           the N(ZM national            offic c- no1 1;11rr’ than 0~ tobrr- 1
(~ommitree).                                                                   I99 I-92 academic year, a ‘tlrserving winning team’ shall be               subsequent IO the c-amp sessions. Thr following c riteria
   Effective Date: Immediately.                                               defined as one thal hiIS won il minimum of six games                        mu51 be met I1y rat h c amp in order lo hc c rttif‘ird:
                                                                              against I>ivision I-A opponents and that has more wins                         “(II) No ki~ion     1 I‘CI~~~LJYJ rnr~y tw uldizrd /or nonimlilu-
    NO. 2 DEAD PERIODS-DIVISION             I SOFTBALL                        than losses. Tie games do not count in determining              a           liwnl      tmtwttdt     rwnfe,”
  Intent: TO rstablish the period surrounding the national                    team’s won-lost record.”                                                       [30.15(b)  through   31).15(f), rclettered    as 30.15-(a)
cotlvention of the National Softball (:oachrs Association                        B. Bylaws: Amend %I.!).2 by adding IICW, page                   through 30.15(e), unchanged.]
as ;I dcild period.                                                           3X4, as follc~ws:                                                              Sourre: N(:M (:ounc-il (Division I Strrri11g(:ornrr1irrrc).
  Bylaws: Amend :I(). 10.7.4, page 388, as follows:                                             [Division LA football only.]                                 Effective Date: Immrdiatcly.

n Constitution                                                     modifications
   Pursuant to C:onstitution 5.4. I. 1. I, the NCAA Gunril                    alternate individuals between a restricted-earnings            coach-          Source: N<:M (:ouncil (Division              I Steering C:ommittee).
and thr N(:M Administrativr         Committer have determined                 ing position and the positions of head or assistant coach.                     Effective Date: Immediately.
that the following proposals arc consistent with the inrent                       Bylaws: Amend 11.02.3 hy adding new 11.0231, page
of the mrmbcrship         in ;td~JptiIlg the original legislation             47, renumbering       subscqurnt sections, as follows:
and that suffirirnt dorrJrrlcrlt;Itiorl and trstimony rxists to                                          [Division I only]                                NO. 2 OFFICIAL VISIT-ACADEMIC                  REQUIREMENTS
rSli1lllish clearly that the original wording 01 the legislation                  “ Additional          Regulations.     The following              Intent: To permit ai1 institution        to IJSC informalion
was inconsistent with that intent. Proposals that receive the                 additional regulations shall apply to a restricted-earnings                 provided by the NCAA Initial-Eligihility        Uearinghouse       to
support of a two-thirds majority ofthe (:ouncil present and                   coach:                                                                      detrrmine whether a prospective student-athlete            fulfills
voting shall be effective immediately, published in The                           “(a) If a restricted-earnings          coach is rehired by the          the arademir requirements for an official visit spccifird in
N(:M News and submitted by the C:ouncil as Irgislation at                     same institution       during the next succeeding academic        
the 1994 NCAA convention.               Roki type indicales new               year, the compensation         limitations    shall be applicable to           Bylaws: Amend by adding nrw
wording. Page numbers refer to the 1993-94 NCAA Manual.                       earnings during any interim period prior to rehiring                        page 94, as follows:
                                                                              even though the coach was not then under contract;                                                 [Federated provision,
         NO. 1 RESTRICTED-EARNINGS           COACH                                “(b) Compensation         paid to the spouse of a restricted-                           Divisions I and 11, divided vote]
   Intent: To specify that the compensation        limitations                earnings coach from the sources set forth in 11.02.3-(a)                       “ Initial-Eligibility   Clearinghouse.    A pros-
applicable to a restricted-earnings coach remain applicable                   and (b) shall be counted as compensation                 paid to the        pect’s fulfillment     of these academic requirements may be
during a period in which the staff member is not actualIy                     restricted-earnings        coach and shall be subject to the                certified by an initial-eligibility   clearinghouse approved
under contract to the institution; that compensation paid                     compensation       limitations      set forth in those paragraphs,          by the Council.”
to the spouse of a restricted-earnings      coach from the                    and                                                                            Source: NCAA (:ounril (Special (;ommittee to Oversee
sources set forth in N(;M Bylaws 11.02.3-(a) and 11.02%                           “(c) An individual        may not alternate between a re-               Implrmcntation        of thr N(:M Initial-Eligibility   Clcaring-
(b) shall he included in the rompensation     limitations set                 stricted-earnings      position and the position of head or                 hOlJSC).
forth in those sections, and that an institution may not                      assistant coach at an institution.”                                             Effective     Date: Immrdiately.

W Noncontroversial                                                legislative                              proposals
    Pursuant to N<:M (Constitution 4.1.3-(t) and 5.3. I. I. I,                ted by the membership         are subject to the committee-review          ir1cludrd or, the agenda for an N<;M (:onvr11tion. Such
tht, N(:AA <Council has determined          that thr following                process,    and to specify   that Ortobcr 7 is thr deadline for ;I         evaluation Inay involve a position ofsuppon or opposition
p~~qJo~;~l~   arc 11or1cot1trovcrsial and necessary to promote                comrnitlcr to completr        its ol,ligation to evaluate proposed         and/or a *uggc.stioil of ai1 alternative proposal by the
the normal and orclrrly ;Idrl)inistration ofthe Association’s                 Irgislatic,n f61wardrcl      to it hy the N<ZM Administrative              committee. The committee shall complete its evaluation
Icgislation. Proposals that retrivc lhc support      of a three-              (Zommittee.                                                                not later than October 7. The rommittrr       position, if any,
fourths majority of the (:ouncil present ant1 voting shall be                                                                                            shall 1101 prcvcnt the membership        from voting on thr
cffcctivc immediately, published in The NCAA Nrws and                                                                                                    prop~>s;ll at the tlcxt C:onvention, provided all appropriate
s11brui1tt.d hy the (:ouncil as legislation at the I!)!)4 N<:AA                 Constitution:     Amrnd 5.3.6, page 35, as follows                       submission dcadlinrs have been met.”
(;otlvt.r1tio11. Bold ~ypc indicates new worcling. Page                                            [Dominant provision,
n11mbcrs refer to the l993L94 NCM Manual.                                                      all divisions, ccJmmon vote]                                  1Kemaincler         of 5.3.6   UIH   hanged. 1
                                                                                 ‘53.6 (:ommittee Keview. AH legislative proposals sub-
         NO. 1 COMMITTEE REVIEW DEADLINE                                      mitted by the membership per shall be cvillu;ltcd                    Sourre: N(:M (;OIII~( il (I.rgislat ivr Rcvicw (:ommittee).
  Intent: To specify that only Irgislativc proposals submit-                  I)y an ;rpp~~olJriate N(:AA c c,mmittcc before they can t1t                    Effertive Date: Immrdiatrly.

   ~~~ ~-
    Federal             judge            says dismissed                            coach             failed          to allege                damaging                          publ ic actions
   ) Continued      from page 3              I rlhr   DiIlliCl   RCJggilll.                     sue-crssfiJl   sc;~son. That rarrics      National     Invitation Tourna-                     (:ampanelli’s   successor, first-
                                                “Bockrath WiIS popping Off                      the assumption that you’re be-            ment three times. Whrn Rock-                        time head c 0;~ h TcJdd &J/c-
   Alioto. said he would he able to          that he (<~;ui1panclli) couldn’t                   ing fired for rrason other than           rnth fired him in Frbr uary, the                    man, winning 10 straight games
   show damaging pul)lic state-              handle the kids. That’s thr worst                  success 35 it ( 0;Ich:’                   highly touted Hear-s had ii I O-7                   and reaching the Sweet Sixteen
   metlts by former(~aliti~rniil ath         thing you    can   say ;IlJOlJt  ;1                    (:anipanelli was hired in 19%         rc-cord and were 4-5 in the Pa-                     in the NUA tournament with
   letic s director       Kohert   I..       coach,” Alioto told The Asso-                      and Ird the team to thr NCAA              cific IO (:onference.                               an upset cJvrr defending cham-
   Boc krath, now at Texas Tech              ciatcd Prrss. “Also, you f-ire                     Division     1 Men’s Baskethall                                                               pior) D11kr LJnivcrsity before
   University, ;ind   by vice-chan-          somcbociy in the middle of :I                      (:haml’ionshil~     once and to the          Thr      team rcsurgrd             under         losing.
November               1, 1993                                                                                                                           The NC44 News                                                                                                                                                             Page 15

More institutions                                          and conferences                                                       are urged to add student-athlete                                                                                            advisory                        committees
b Continued            from      page      1                stndeilt-athIcte/coac-h      rrlation-                                      sion I institutions generally have                                indicated that a majotity (50.8) of                                       fear of reprimand:‘:Justus   said.
                                                            ships, student-athlete life, and ap-                                        more established student-athlete                                  their student-athlete     committees                                         To hrlp with their networking
Presidents       C:ornmission’s           stratrgic         prcciation for diversity.                                                   rommittees, more studrnt-athletes                                 have clr~i~iorl-rnakitl~    authority,                                    efforts, the Student-Athlete   Advi-
pl;ln,   and the special committee                    to       “The way you get to the issue of                                         are included on the committees,                                   usually 011 rnallcrs whrrc tllry can                                      sory Committee has sent letters IO
review the topic has been charged                           student-arhlrtc welfare and access                                          and the committt-c-s have more                                    govern themselves (for ex;unplc,                                          each     institution’s          contact            person    -
by the Commission to study any-                             is to get in touch with the student-                                        decision-making            ability. In fact,                      hours in the wright room). All                                            all of whom              were        identifird          in the
thing affecting the welfare of stu-                         athlete,” Justus     said. “A student-                                      although many of thr institutions                                 other divisions reponed Ihe rolr                                          survey-asking                    for         information
dent-athlctcs.                                              athlete commiuec dots that.”                                                from all divisions (6!).8 percent)                                oftheir       ~tutlem-athlrtf-                  c ommillet-s              on     the   status        of thrir           committees
   In rC-sponsC to that chargr,  the                                                                                                    rcportrd       that a student-athlete rep-                        to be mostly advisory in na1 tire.                                        and   whcthrr they can be used as
                                                            Division             differences                                                                                                                                                                                        references for other schools want-
comniittc-r idrntified  four subject                                                                                                    resentative does have a chanre to                                    “You want a vehicle on campu>
areas for study: student-athlete                                The survey dotes rrvral sornc                                           meet with an athletics depanment                                  that      allows      student-athlctcs                          to talk   ing to star1 committees   on their
involvemrnl    and empowerment,                             differences among divisions. Divi-                                          administrator,         only     Division 1-A                       ahout       issues           c omfonably                without          campuses.

b Continued            from       page     13               the rummcr 01 l!FU. The Insritution         rc-                             pticCllion of a member insCru1ion on bchall
                                                            quesrcd ycrm~~on      IO coun1 IWO hours ds                                 of z, ,tudrrlc-;ithletr    who iruually enrolled ar
                                                            “regular” academic hours to meet 14.5.4. I.                                 the cenifying institution        in the summer of
                                                            In denying the request, the subcommittee                                     1992 and earned two credit hours. During
                                                            noted rhat the student-athlete    had failed ZI                             the fall of 1992, he earned 12 credit hours.
                                                            five-credit-hour  academic     course during                                In rhr spring of 1993, he war placed on                                                                                                          n Approved           rhr ;tpplicarior~        of ;1
                                                            rhc spring qumrr, whtch conrnhulrd       IO his                             disciplinary       suspension and withdrew from                                                                                             rnunhrr institution Ronbehalf of a studcn1-
                                                            arademir predicamcin                                                        the institution. Duringthe         summer of 1993,                                                                                          arhlrlc who initially cnrollrd at the certify-
                                                                                                                                        he satisfactorily completed 1 I credit hours,                                                                                               irlg lncrirution      in the spring of 199’1 alter
                                                             n Approved             (he al>l>hrar,on          ot a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    lr.l,lSfelTir,g h WlI ‘1 rW-yeX,o~lcgc.          n,,ri,Ig
                                                                                                                                        including        it three-hour    rorrrspondrnrr
                                                         member inrtlrurion on behalf of a srudenr-
                                                                                                                                        course. The insti1uriorl requested pennis-                                                                                                  hir first scmcs1er a1 the in>tiMon.                     his
                                                         athlete who initially enrolled at the cenify-
                                                                                                                                        rion to count 4.5 ho,,rb as “rrg&r”           xadc-                                                                                         fxhrr died .uld his mother became very ill;
                                                         ing institution         in rhr fall of 1990 and.
                                                                                                                                        mir hour> to meet III approvingrhc                                                                                                however, hr rcill nlaoaged IO curcessfully
                                                        during the following             IWO academic years.
                                                                                                                                        rrqurbt, the ~ubcornmitter           noled rha1 1ht-                                                                                        um~plrtr Ilinc credit hours. During the fall
                                                         successfully complrlrd            48 credit hours. In
                                                                                                                                        Jtudrnt-athlete         had shown a “good-fai1h”                                                                                            of IWZ. he atlcmpted m change his engi-
                                                          1992-93, he succrrrfirlly completed I5 credit                                                                                                                                                                              WCI ing major. hru wx prrcludcrl                   from
                                                                                                                                        effort with regard to his academic progrcs,
                                                         hours during the “regular” academic yrsr.                                                                                                                                                                                  doing so due lo ;1n institulional                 policy
                                                                                                                                        by successfully completing 11 hours during
                                                         three hours during Ihc in~lilul,on’r               “inlcr-                                                                                                                                                                  r&red       10 minimum         grade-point     average
                                                                                                                                        1hc c~mmcr and thar. during thr fall of
                                                        term” and six hours during Ihe s,,mmt’r.                                                                                                                                                                                     rrquiremcn~r         He bucccsrfrllly compleWd
                                                                                                                                         1992. hr r,~rcrsshrlly completed I2 hours
                                                        The “interterm”           hours were not countable,                                                                                                                                                                          six c rrdil hours during lhal 1erm. In lhr
    n Apyrovcd           the applir;~cion       of :1
                                                         inasmuch as rhr 1erm began after spring
                                                                                                                                        and also endured surgery.
member instirution on behalt of a smdcnl-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            spring of 19%~. as his mother’s                  health
                                                         commencement.             Based in pan on a prior                                  n Approved         the applicariotl       of a                                                                                           improved, the srudenr-athlete              succesrtnlly
athlete who rran&nrd              to Ihe certifying
                                                         NCAA stall ~nreryrrtatmn.              the incrirution                         member institution on behalf of a strdem-                                                                                                    ,omplered       nine rredir hours. He subsr-
institution    in the fall of 1991. Duriog the
                                                         believed        tha1 hour) c;ux~ctl during the                                 ;tlhlrte who initially enrolled at the c~tlify-                                                                                              qurntly cotnpleccd            12 hours during the
 I99 I-92 xademic year, he successfully com-
                                                         “intenenn”         could be ~ounuzd as par1 of rhc                             ing insrution     in the fall of 1992. Durii~g1he                                                                                            summer of 1993, giving him a total of 27
pleted 26 rrrdir hours with a I.813 grade-
                                                         “tradirional”       academic year for natisfxtory                              “regular”     academic year of 1992-99, he                                                                                                   hours for the 1992-93 academic yrar. The
pmnr ;wcr.~~c. I IF ws suspended in rhc 1~111
                                                        progress. The insriturion requested permir-                                     completed 18crrdi1 hours, only 15ofwhich                                                                                                     institution    requested permission           1n counl
of I992 because he did not meet the institu-
                                                         sion 10 count three houra as “regular”                                         would count toward szatisfacrory progress.                                                                                                   three of 1he hours as “regular”              academic
[ion’s minimum          grade-point     average re-
                                                        arademic hours m meet 14.5.4. I In approv-                                      The studem-xhlcte        had selected a major a1                                                                                             hours 10 meet In approving the
quiremenrs. The srudent-athlete           reentered
                                                        ing the request. the subcommiuee                     noted                      rhe beginning       of his freshman year that                                                                                                request. the subcommittee               noted that the
the institution      in the spring of 1993 and
                                                        that the ntudenr had acted in “good faith”                                      required that a grade of C or better must he                                                                                                 student-athlete       had suffered considerable
surcessf~dly completed 16 hours. He then
                                                         and had been advised incorrecdy                       with                     earned in all course work. He earned a                                                                                                       family hardship and 1ha1 he still had shown
enrolled     in the first summer session of
                                                         regard 10 use of the “interterm”                    credit                     grade of D in il three-hour roursc required                                                                                                  dcurminarion          and a “good-fairh”          ctl’on
1993. but wirhdrcw due 10 the death of hir
                                                         hours.                                                                         by his chosen major The student-athlete                                                                                                      with regard to his academic progress.
father, which war followed within 10 days
                                                                                                                                        surcerslutly completed nine hours during                                                                                                          n Approved
by [he drarh of his mother. However, he                     n Denied the applicalion of a member                                                                                                                                                                                                               the application          of a
                                                                                                                                        rhe summer of 1993, inrhlding 3 repeat of                                                                                                    member institution on behalf of a student-
rt~rnllrd nn the rcxond ~mmrr             session of    institution        on behall of a student-athlete
                                                                                                                                        rhe major co,,rse. The inrcitucion requested                                                                                                 athlete who initially enrolled ar the cenify-
 1993 and successfully romplctcd           six credit   who had surcesrfnlly             completed 48 credit
                                                                                                                                        petmission 10 count three houn as”regular”                                                                                                   inginscitucioninchefattof            1991 Duringthe
hours. giving him 3 total of22 credit hours             hours during the 199f-91 and 1991-92 xx-
                                                                                                                                        sr.rdrm1r     hours to meet 145.4. I. In “p-                                                                                                  I991 -92 academic year, he successfully corn-
for the 1992-93 academic year and 4W hours              denuc yr~rs at the cenifying                 insrirucmn.
                                                                                                                                        provmg rhr request, the subcommitrrr         noted                                                                                           pleted 26 credit hours. During the “reguular”
for 1hc nvo-yr;u period at the institution.             During the 1992-93 academic year. hc suc-
                                                                                                                                        that the student-athlete had progressed well                                                                                                 academic ycx of 1992-93, he burcrssfully
The insc,cr,cion rrqrrrrtcd          permission      lo cessfully completed I8 ctrdlc hours; how-
                                                                                                                                        academically in o1hcr courcc work and was                                                                                                    complctcd 1X hours. He O,cn successfully
count 5 hours ac “r~gul~i           academic hours      evrr, three hours were a repeated course
                                                                                                                                         rn,~ wqunrrrl IO declare LI major as il fresh-                                                                                              romplered nine hours during the summer
to meet In approving the request,             and would not count toward satisf.lctory
                                                                                                                                         tn.,“.                                                                                                                                      of 1993. including a repeated course which
thr bubrommittee          noted that the student-       progress. The student-arhlete did 1101reatix
.IlhlrW h;ld nude a “good-faith”               effort   the repeated course was the SW,C ~~wJ~ as                                                                                                                                                                                    was taken co improve ii grzzdr of D earned in
upon r~tiu’niflg       lo [he inslitution     in the    onr previously taken, as it had :l ditl’crrnt                                                                                                                                                                                Ihe spring 01 1993. The inrntution’s               com-
Sprlllg Of 1%):) by WCC~\%hdy 1xmqJk~itlK               instructor and used ~1         difFercnt textbook. He                                                                                                                                                                        per       procedures        for posting the grade
 16credit hours and then, after the trauma              complrtcd an add,tronal nine credit hours                                                                                                                                                                                    automatically      removed the credits from the
of lhc de;llh of his parents, still successfully        during 1hr summer. The institorion                        rc-                                                                                                                                                                spring of 1993 for the repealed course. The
mrnplctrd      ,111.rddiciotul sir hours.               quested permission IO coun1 1hrer hours as                                                                                                                                                                                   Ins(lrution requested a waiver to permit the
    n Denied the application of a member                “regular” acadrmic hours m meet 14.5.4. I.                                                                                                                                                                                   rtudrnr-athlete        to count three hours as
inuilutiorl     on hehalf of a student-athlete           In denyang the requerr, the subcommirrer                                                                                                                                                                                    “regular” academic hours 10 meet
 who translerrcd       tram a Wo-year college 10         norrd that the institution           and the -&ldrnf-                                                                                                                                                                       In approvingthe         request, the subcornmiUcc
 the certifying institution      during the sprrng      athlete should br rerponuhte                for making                                                                                                                                                                       r,o~cd 1h;\1 1hc r~,,tlcn~-:~ htete had repeated
 qua~r of 1993 .Ind bucrrssfully completed               wre hat cowsc work taken will meet b&i>-                                                                                                                                                                                    ,he course ,,I zm effort to obtain a better
 nine credit hours However. 01 rhe nine                  fxtory-progress          requirrrnrn1b     and 1ha1 ;I”                                                                                                                                                                     p:tdc and to in,rcdse hir grade-po,,,c aver-
 hours. only seven could be counted coward               unnecessary rrpratrd             tvurw    IC not taken                                                                                                                                                                      ,~gr. 11 alro noted 1h:,t the repeated course
 satisfxmry      progress. He successfully corr-         inxlvrrlt-ntty.                                                                                                                                                                                                             was a general elective and was not required
 ptered llvc Xiditionid       rredn hours during             n Reconsidered and approved 1hc .1p-                                                                                                                                                                                    in the brurlrrlt~attllctr’r      nl.+.x.

 Kentucky                                                  senator                                                         questions                                                      football                                                  bowl                              coalition
     [I. S. SCII. Mitch Mc(:onnell sent                      Irnl)erger,          whose             nationally         ranked           IO allow          competition            to l~lossom         in    rccr-uit if you said to your rcc ruits,                                  Southeastern   and Southwest) and
 ;I lcttrr    Oc tobrr 26 to the U.S.                        team          has         lost         only      one          gamt         our        country,”          McComlcll       said. “It’s          ‘Wc m;ly 11cvt2 grt a major bowl,                                        indcpcndcnt    LJnivcrsity of Notre
 f)cp;trtrnrn~ of.Justice asking for a                        this     season,          said        he shares          Mc<;on-          profrrc            rlltcrprist-,        no1 the      oppo-                if
                                                                                                                                                                                                           C-VC’II wt. wirl I I games: ”                                            f)amr. Thr ;dlianre guarantees
 rrvirw of the college football bowl                          nell‘s “concrrn  &out  lhc                               fSrness          sitr:’                                                                                                                                      invitations to schools from those
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Kick Bake r, executive director
 coalition,     romplaining     that the                      of the current bowl setup:                                                                                                                                                                                            conferences to all the major howls,
                                                                                                                                              in ;I lrttcr IO Ann l~ingaman, the                           of the (btton    Bowl and rhc bowl
 alliance shuts out indcpcndcnt                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     including    the (;ol~on,    Fiesta,
                                                                     “Many         coaches,                players,             farls   assisl;,nt      atrorney general ovcrscca-                         (Oillition. said the bowl ;illiancc
 schools~includingthc          LJnivt-rsity                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Orange and Sugar on New Year’s
                                                              and even some howl committees                                             ing rhe deparnncnt’s         antitrust divi-                       clots ii01 viohtc antitrust laws.
 of’ Louisville in his hornr state of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Day.
                                                              feel the same way,” Sthnellen-                                            sion,      Mc(~onncll called the bowl
 Kentucky-from          New Year’s Day                        herger           said.                                                    coalition         thr “ghertoization”      of                             “Speaking             for    the        ( ollcgc          foot-       The Kose Bowl has a scparatc
                                                                                              “To       rxclr~de           teams
 games.                                                                                                                                 independent teams shut out of the                                  ball      howls      that          arc     a party             to the    alliance between the Big Ten and
                                                             from rhc c hanc c to play in thr very
     “What 1 want is for any team in                                                                                                                            He haid the bowl                           coalition  agrccrncnt that is thr                                        the Pacific~lO (kmferenres.
                                                             best January I bowls before even a                                         maJor        bowls.
 America to be able to bcncfit,                                                                                                         coalition       unfairly drnics independ-                          subject of Scn. McConnell’s con-
                                                             single gamr is played is ofconcern
 whcthcr-     thcy’rc in a conference                                                                                                                                                                      plaillts,     WCconfidcllt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                iIImC    this                    t1lilt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        In thr four-page letter, MCCOW
                                                             to all of us:                                                              cnts         fillaririal           rewards     and       na-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ncll says the alliances hetwccn
 or out of a confrrt-nc r:’ Mc (:onnrll                                                                                                 tional         ret ognition           from   appearing             agrrt’ment             dots              not     violalr           the
 told The Associatrd Press. “I hope                               McConnell                    said his request to                                                                                         Shrrmaii  AC1:’ Baker                              said in a              conferences        and     postseason
                                                                                                                                        in a major                 bowl.
 they (rhe Justice Department) will                          IWK        thr       bowl          coalition repealed                                                                                         statcmem.                                                                 gaiiies~iiicluding     lhc bowl coali-
 reach rhe conclusion that it’s not                          is   no1 an          inslanc~e            of govrrnnicnt                       “We’re not just talking ahout                                                                                                            tion-iirnount                  to      an     “unreason-
 fair for any team in America to be                          overstepping                     irs lx~tintls           by    intrr-      prestige,” he said. “We’re talking                                    A coalition  was formed IWO years                                      ablr rrstraint            of trade in violation
 punish4       for sue c 13s:’                               vening           in collegiate                athletic        5.           iIl><~>tlt
                                                                                                                                                 mo~~ry. Tclrvision contr;lc.ts,                           ago between five conferences (At&
     Louisville coach Howard SchnelL                              “The        antitrust             laws    arc tlcsigned               rrcruiting. How could you possibly                                 Iarltic (;oasr, Big East, Big Eight,                                                   See Football,                       page      18 b
Page                16                                                                                                                                                                                            The          NW4 News                                                                                                                                                                                 November                              1, 1993

n NCAA Record
       Leonard E. Plachca, interim pr&drnt
;u (:rrural              Michigan,              ;cppoinrrd                 prrsidrnr                        Texas-Pan American                                                              selects assistant AD
rhrr      r        Paul            E. Torgcracn.                       artmg          dean                                                                                                                                                                                                Novcmhcr                I-4             Division              I Basrball                 (:ommittre
of en~nrcr~ng                        at Virginia                  Tcrh.          named                            Won          “Tony”                   Guerrero                Jr. has givrn                      up
interim            prcsitlem               at the         instirution.                                      bib duties ;IS golf coach at Texas-I511 Ameri-                                                                                                                                November               4                Special           <:omrnit~ec                IO Review                   Srudrnt~Ad~lctc
                           SENIOR               WOMAN                                                       c;ln to lx~omr assistant athletics director ;rt                                                                                                                                                                       Wclfarr.              Ac c C~S and                 Equity
                           ADMINISTRATOR                                                                    the institution. Gucver-o, who has coached                                                                                                                                    Novcmher                4               C;cnder~-Fquity                       Xtsk        Forrc           Sonrccbook
       Wcndre              Saintsing  head                        women’%               has-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Subcommirtrr
                                                                                                            golf at the school for 24 yr;nx, will be respon-
krlhall            and        vollryball                 roach            at Barton,                                                                                                                                                                                                      Novcmtwr                   10           Special           Advisory               (;ommittee                    for     Wotnrn’s
                                                                                                            sihle for promotions, m;irkcting, scheduling                                                                                                                                                                          (hporatr                  Marketing
dcsign;ucd                  as b&or               woman                administra-
mr        at rhr         whool.
                                                                                                            ;md contracts, with additional duties in public                                                                                                                               Novcml~rr                  I ‘L-l’l     (:ommittee                 on         Infrar~ions                                                              Kansas           my.

             ASSOCIATE   DIRECTOR                                                                           relations.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Missouri
                 OF ATHLETICS                                                                                  C;uerrcro   is ;i I95 I gr;~du;~Ir   of‘Texas  A&M,                                                                                                                        Nwembcr-                   I5           (:ommirtcc                 on         Alhlrcic              s Certification                Rrt                 Salt      Lake         (:ity
       Ralph Bayard. assoc~are cxccurive                                                    di-             where he starred in golf. Hr then spent 14                                                                                                                                                                            Stlccrinn              Suhc omrnittrc
rccmr           ofrhr            W&llrlgton                     Inrcrscholasrit                                                                                                                                                                                                           November                ‘LL2’1          Division              I-AA        Foolball                  C:ommittre                                         Kansas (:ily.
                                                                                                            yr;lr-s as ;ui elemrnt;iry         school principal in
Acrivitier               Association.                 named               senior            ;w                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mivour,
                                                                                                            Mission,           .ltixas.                He      served          four         yc;lrs         in     Ihe                         GlLt77lT0
sociatr            AD        for     c ornpliancc                   and        internal                                                                                                                                                                                                   Novcmbrr                   3Om          Division              I Men’s             R~skrrball                   Commitrer                               Scartlr
oprralions                   at Washington.
                                                                                                            1J.S. N;~vy ;1s an aerial Funnrr ;lnd I;drr iis a gunner-y instructor                                                                                                         L)ccrmlwr               :!
                    ASSISTANT    DIRECTOR                                                                   during World War II.
                         OF ATHLETICS                                                                          Guerruo    is iI rrwmber of the A&American    InIrrcollegiate  Golf
       Ron          Grahame.    a former  assistant                                                         (:oachrs            hall          of- fame.
men’s          ice hockey                coach           ~1 L)cnwr,                 namrd                                                                                                                                                                                                 girl>’      barkerball                 coach            for     rhe       pasr           five             ski ro;wh           ar Alfrrd.
.tssisunt               arhlrtic        s director               for     operations                                                                                                                                                                                                       years       at Ilubbard-Il,dcliffc                                High          School                      Men’s soccer assistrm-     Harold Jean-
and           coml~lian~r                  at      rhc          insrirution.                Hr          Men’s           basketball-Larry                                 Hunter,               siarla)            Kevin             Reynolds,           a graduate                  as-   in       Iowa,             namrd               ;wisrant                  coach              at            Baptiste, tumor  varairy coach   at Boston
replacer                 Mike           Thomas,                  who           accrp~d            mm‘s            baskrrball           coach           at Ohio.          reccivrd              b~btmt           couch         for     the     past     two        seasons            at   I.uther...Lisa         Liberty       and                                 Deborah                          (:ollrgc          High         School,            named             men’s           as-
rhc       posr          of assirtanl              AL)        ar Virginia.                         :I c ontrac          L exrension             through             the     I996!)7             Bloqmsburg,                    named             assistant           coach            at   Walsh        named      at Fhcrron..                                      Kristen                         Grtarll         at Massachusetts-Boston.
                                    COACHES                                                       5casnn                                                                                       Indiana            (Rnnsylvania)...WcstVirginia’s                                          McDonald         chosen     as arsirrant                                  coach             at              Women’s    softball      assistant-Leslie
       Baseball-Tom                     Shaw. an admissions                                         Man’s basketball       assis,ants-Alvin                                                    Gary             McPherson                   given      new duties                    as   Massachusetts-Boston                                after       concluding                      a         Grimes rwned     assisrant    coach    at Central
rcprrscntativr                      ;u Olivrt             for      the     past       threr       Brown, a mrmhrr    of.thr    basketball                                      team            dirrc-h,r          of      athletics           developmcnr                   at the        four-year              playing           career           ar Amhcrsr.                                     Michigan,           where            she     played           from          I989      to
years           and          an      assirtarll              baseball                 coach       ~1 San           Francisco            for      thr        past     IWO years.                school.                                                                                       Men’s ice hockey assistant-      Pat Kel-                                                              I Yl?
thrrr           from             1988      m       l!,!l2.          named              head       appoinwd                 administrative                      assistant             for             Women’s               basketball-                 Joseph              Walsh          leher. assisranr  general   manager     and                                                                    Women’s             swimming                 ~ Mitch              lvey dis-
c oar h            at      rhc       inslitwion.                    He         also       will    thr        prognm             thcrc                Doug           Fraser,           :rn      selected           as coat            h at Emerson.                                        absistant              coach             of     rhe           Rhode              Island                   missed          as women’s                 coar      h at Florida.                 Ivey
serve              as       women’s                  athlrlirs                  recruit-          as&ant               coach      at Bares              last   year,       named                  Women’s        basketboll       assistants-                                             Sharks           Junior                Hockey             <:lub          in       Nonh                    tamr         to Florida          in    1990         and       led      the     hdy
rr...Andrcw                         Troiani                  hired             as      head       10         :1       Gmilar            posirion                    at      Kccnc              Mindy      Callender     appointrd       assistaru                                         Smithtirld.                  Rhode            Island.          named              ass&                    Gators          to Southeastern                     (:onfrrmc                e titles
c~oar h a1 Etwrson.                                                                               Sr;w...Chris                 Hill          Hillman
                                                                                                                                              and           Steve                              coach   ar Susquehanna,      succ ceding      Wen-                                         ant      roach          at Massarhusrtls~tloston.                                                         in      1991.     1992         and     19!)3.
       Bareboll              assistant-Dave                              Jar&.          who       joined   rhc roaching    staff at Luther..       Fred                                        drr Booher,       who was on the staff last                                                  Men’s            and women’s    skiing-Maura                                                              Men’s and women’s   swimming     assist-
 prrviously                 served         as head              coach          at Three            Lirzenbergrr.       who sprnt the past RVO                                                  se;wm..     Kate Hellus, a former        player    ar                                      Burrous,            who has spenr the past three                                                          an,-Scott  Kimmelman.     a graduate as-
 Rivers          G~mmunily                      College,                 namrd            full-   years        at Miami         (Rorida).               namrd            absociare             Krenr              State,              named            at         her        alm;l        years         as       a        ski    instructor                 at     Bradford
 rime         arwbtanl              at Murray                Srarc.                               hewi         coat      h a~ Nonhweswrn                           Sratc     (Loui-            maler...Cynthia                          Holmes.              an         assistant         (Massachurrrrs)                        Ski     Area,          namrd             Alpine                     See         NCAA                Record,                  page                17 b

                                                                                                  .Sm,e. 23. Humhold, Starr. 24 Slippery F&k. 25.                                                 North:   I Hloomrhurg. 17-O.I. 2 Ea\, Swouds-                                            I I. Ferri* St (6-O-2)                                  .10                                              ?4. Ill,noi\ (1 l-7). .......................                                      I JO
                                                                                                  (:a1 Slate S,an,slarl\.                                                                       burg. Y-R. 3 9 Michael‘s, 8-S.                                                             I2. W.iynr 5,. (Neh.) (7-o)                             :14                                              2s. Hawai, (1:4-X) .....................                                           I Oh
                                                                                                                        Division               III     Men’s                                      .Sou,h: 1. Lock Haven, 15-3; 2. Millcrsvillc.                                            13. Arqelo St. (b2)            .._........
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ._             3I
                                                                                                                                              Country                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Division II Women’s Volleybd
                                                                                                                           Cross                                                                11~4~1:3. Sh,ppenshurg. 12-f: 4 lxmgwond. H-                                               14. EdInborn (h-l)                                      2!1
                                                                                                         he                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I he 1a hikara ,op 25 N(:M D,v,s,on II
                                                                                                        I         top 25 N(:AA     Division     III men‘s cows                                  6                                                                                           Ii (:.,,\~,r,~N~w,,,.,,, (Smlbl)                       :‘2
                                                                                                  Loun~ry ,e<uns through October 25 ils relcc,cd                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    WOllll.,l~\ rullcylrall teams ,llrou~h (11 ,01x?
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Division III Field Hockey                                                        16. Leno,r-Khyne (t&I). ._.                             I5
                                                                                                  hy the United Sraler Cmss Counrry Coaches                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         26 as selected hy the Amerir A,, Volleyball
                                                                                                                                                                                                  The final top five NCAA Division Ill f,eld                                                17. Ashland (6-P)                                       13
                                                                                                  Aswcia,ion, with pomts:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Coaches Arsociation. with records ,,I pawn-
                                                                                                                                                                                                hockey earns in each region rhrough Oc lobrr                                               18. Cal Poly SLO (5-2)                                   I2’fi
                                                                                                      I. Nonh Central. 17.5: 2. Albany (New Yort).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  tltrws and pomts:
                                                                                                                                                                                                25, w,,h records:                                                                          19 Nonhern Cob. (C-2).                                   II
                                                                                                  164: 3. Wisconsin-I..,             Croaw,      162; 4. Calvin,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       I. Nonhern Mich. (‘26-lQ                               ...........l>Z
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Northeast: I. Plymouh SI~IC. 15-n; 2. Tri,li,y                                          20. Ah,ler,e I :h&iw       (f-2)                           5
                                                                                                  1%: ‘1. Wi*co,~si,l-Oshkosh,                  14% 6. Kowan.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2. (>,I s,. I<;,krrrfi&l (20-i). .........................         600
                                                                                                                                                                                                (Connrc. ticu,). IO-I: 3. Smi,h. 14~1; 4. Williams.                                        ‘Lo. Valrlo*ta St (a2)                                     5
                                                                                                  l:IZ. 7 Rochester, 130; H. UC: San Diego. 114. 9                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     3. Pnnl.lrlrl SI ( 22-2) ............................... 575
                                                                                                                                                                                                10-1-I; 5. Bowdom. Y-3.
                                                                                                  Ibverfwd.           I IS: II). Wabash. I In: I I C:dsc                                                                                                                                                             Division           111 Football                                                   4 Mc,,opoli,an St. (21-2). ...........                             54x
                                                                                                                                                                                                   South:   1. Mary Warhing,on. 16-l: 2 Johns
                                                                                                  ICesewe. IO!): 12. St. Thoma (Minneso,a), 97;                                                                                                                                                 Thr        top         Division
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      six          111 foolhall
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NCAA                                                                   5 Nonh Dak. St. (17-S). ..............                             517
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Hopkms.     1X-2; 3. Salishury   Sutr.                        7-7. 4 Lynch-
                                                                                                  13. Auguauw              (Illinois). 9ti; 14. W,scons,n~                                       horg. 1 I-7: 5. tlawrn      Mennonite,                          g-I-2.                    vams in each region ,hmugh Ocmher 24, with                                                                  6. Nonhem Cola. (p2-‘1) ....                                     ..49:I
                                                                                                  Strven\      R,int,     90; IS. (lie) Brandeis and Wil-                                           North   Atlantic:    I Coflland S,a,e, 15~1~1;2.                                       records:                                                                                                    7. UC L)av,s ( I S-4)                            .................. 163
                                                                                                  liams, 74, 17. Rochester Ins,,,u,e ofTe< hnolngy,                                                                                                                                            Eas1: 1. Buffalo State. 7-o; 2. Fbwan. s-1: 3                                                           8. C:al St. Los Ang&\ (Ifi-5) .................. ,452
                                                                                                                                                                                                 William Smith, 15-2; 3. (lie) Ithaca, 1IJ-7. and
                                                                                                  71; IX. S,. John’r (Minnt-\“,a).                  57; 19. (rie)                                                                                                                          Union (New York.). 7-n: 4 Montclair Slate, 4-2,                                                             !I. UC: Kiverridr (14-f;)                      .................... I9
                                                                                                                                                                                                 .%rt~uchanna, 13-3; 5. Union (New York). IfJ-3.
                                                                                                  Wesleyan and Lynchlwg. 47, 21. Clarenlon,~                                                                                                                                               5. Rrwkpon Swe. I?-I, 6 Kean. 4-2                                                                         IO. Fla. Sorrlhrtrl (‘)I-2). ...............................          *lx
                                                                                                  Mu&.(j ripI’*. 40, 22. (,,e) Carleton and Frank-                                                                                                                                             North: I. Mount Union. 7-O; 2. Alhion, 7-o; 3.                                                        I 1. Cal Poly Pomor1a (15-7) .......................... I           .57
                                                                                                                                                                                                    South Admtir:        I. Trciwjn  SIU.    13-0-l; 2.
                                                                                                  Iill rtld Marshall. 2!l: 24. I.u,hrr. 26: 25 1,h.r~a.                                          Ibwan. 10-2: 3 lrt,anrm Valley, 12-4; 4. Mesm                                             Defiance. X-o, 4. Anderson, 7-O; 5. Allegheny. 6.                                                         12. Nrbr.,\kr-Omaha              (l&S). ................ ... .‘14’,
                                                                                                   14.                                                                                           &h, 10-6, 5. Drew, 9-4-I.                                                                  I: 6. Whearon (Illinoir). 5-I.                                                                           I3 f:ra,ld (:a,lyon (20~5) .................                         295
                                                                                                                     Division III Women’s                                                           Great    Lakes: I Ohio Wesleyat>, 10-4; 2.                                                 South:    1. Washington and Jefferson, 7-O; 2.                                                        14. Cal St. C:h,co (17~10) ...........                              ,273
                                                                                                                           Cross Coun1ry                                                         De,-tliacm, 12-4-l; 3. Oberlin. F-!%“: 4. W,,,er,herg.                                    Frostburg &au, f-0; 3. W,lkes. 7-O: 4. Dickinson.                                                         IS. Mankaro St (18-S)                ..............................“51
                                                                                                      ‘l’he top 25 NCAA DiviGrm 111wome,~‘s cross                                                 11~6-1: 5. Earlham. 8-A-l.                                                               61: S Morwian. S-2: 6 Emory and Henry, S-2.                                                               i 6 .r.,tr,t’” c1x3) .............................. 244
                                                                                                  , mmtty IC.~,\ ,hrough October ‘LS ar relr~,ed                                                                                                                                               West:    I. Wirconsin~b      Croose, 7-O: 2. St.                                                      17. Notth Fla. (Z-2) ..............                                 .Y25
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Division      I-AA        Football
                                                                                                  hy [he Un,,ed S,i,,c5 f:rr,,a Country f:oaches                                                                                                                                           John’s (Mmnesota~. 7-a: 3. Car. 7-O: 4. Wanbuly.                                                          IX. M,chiga” 1c.cII (21-S) ..............................            210
                                                                                                                                                                                                      I ht. Sptm Nc,w,,rk ,o,’ 25 NCAA I~iv,s,ot~
                                                                                                  Arwt hion. with paitlls:                                                                                                                                                                 6.1: 5. Central (Iowa), 6-I; 6. Colorado College.                                                         I’) snm,r,l~ s,. (l&J) ................................ ..I7 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                 I-AA Iw,l~.dl ,c.I,,~\ through (kfoht-r P.S.with
                                                                                                       I. (::,lv 11,. 17.1: 2. (:ol-,lJrld S,&, 169, :1.                                                                                                                                   BO                                                                                                       20 (:en,ral Mo. St. (27-7) ._                                          142
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ,erords 111     paw~~lllc.w\ .illrl lxai,l,\.
                                                                                                  Wanlwrg. 160. 4. 5,. Ol.~f. 150; 5. Wisc0nswI.a                                                                                                                                                     Division  111 Women’s     Tennis                                                              ‘II. Nrh.~Krarr,cy (27-7)                       .................... I:(:4
                                                                                                                                                                                                    I Yr,lm~:*lwvrl Sl lfbl)                      I.506
                                                                                                  f:rosse. 1%: h. (,,c) William* a1111Morai.ul,                                                                                                                                                The ,op NC&A Division 111 women’s ,enn,s                                                             2? Krgis ((:olo.) (l:~~lo). ....................                       III
                                                                                                                                                                                                   2 M.,1*h.,ll (S-2)                             I .45n
                                                                                                   IJO: X. Hope, 12X: 9 Wib(O,l*i,l~O~hkOsh. 120:                                                                                                                                          texns in the South reep;rm through 0c,obrr 27                                                            23. St. (:loud S,. (12-g). ........                                      67
                                                                                                                                                                                                   3. (ia. Sowhem (h-8)                           1,441                                                                                                                                                                                                      ............ (10
                                                                                                   IO f:r,llry, 107; I I. St. Thorn:,\ (Mimwwt:~~.                                                                                                                                         as lis,cd by [he In,ercollegia,e Tennis Associa-                                                          24. Augur,;wa (S D ) (IX-w
                                                                                                                                                                                                   4 (7-l)                             I.27h
                                                                                                   104: 12. 0<c,det,,al. 9X: 13 Allcghr~ly. 9“. 14.                                                                                                                                        non. based on fall play:                                                                                  25 (;.lrItxrl~ 11wY). .......................................... 47
                                                                                                                                                                                                    5 Troy St. (6-O-1)                            I.254
                                                                                                   (lie) Ceneseo Star and Chic ago, 6R; 16. Lu,he,.                                                                                                                                            South: I Washington and Lee, 2 Mary                                                                               Division III Women’s Vokybd
                                                                                                                                                                                                   6 Central Ha. (6-l)                            1,165                                                                                                                                                     ‘The ‘I’xhik.,ra       rap IS NCAA Divls,o,> III
                                                                                                   63. 17. (lie) Emory and UC: San Diego. 62. 19.                                                                                                                                          Washingron. 3. Emory, 4. Sewanee (Unwers,,y
                                                                                                                                                                                                   7. Idaho (6-l)                                 1.1x                                                                                                                                               I”o,,lerl~\ “t>llcyl,.*ll ,Cd,,lb ,lwC>ugll o~,ot,er
                                                                                                   (:la~emon,~Mudd~~~pp*.                  fin: 20 f:ri,mell. 46:                                                                                                                          of rhe South), 5. Rhodes. 6. Methodis,. 7.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   8. Nonhr;,,, I..1 I&Z)                         I.oXh
                                                                                                   21. Bowdoin. 32; 22 h&ales,er, 2X: 23. Rowan.                                                                                                                                           Christopher Newpon. A. Meredith. 0. Ages                                                                  ?6 .,\ r&x ,rd by ,l,e Ame,,ran                          Vollrylwll
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I. Washirlnora (MC) (J?-I) ._ ............... .29!1
                                                                                                                                                                                                  I?. Sor,,hrrr,-1% K (n-n,                          X60                                         The Tachlkar;, top 25 NCAA Div,s,on I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        L’. UC: San Diq:lr (I&!)) .................................        27X
                                                                                                                                                                                                  13. Willi:~rn & May (i-2)                          724                                   women’s “ollry~,.,ll ,,‘.111,\ ,hrough Oc,ober
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  17 Nonhe,,~ Iowa (5-9)                             562                                      1. U(:LA (17~0)                             I .2.50
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                                                                                                                                                                                                   I N,,IfI, Al.1. (7-I))                                7’1                                I I KC.,,,,,, ky (?I-?)..                         Ii I i                                                  Waler Polo f:oaches Assoc,a,,on. wth pomrs:
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2. New ~lavcn (7-O)                                  ..77                                 I.5 Oh10 s, l15-:1)                               5x1                                                         I. Stantord. 100: 2. Southern (:.diforrli.r. 9.1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  3. H:lmpl”” (X-0)                                      71’                                111. /\rlfr,lla S, (1’1.4)                        540                                                     3 Gdifnrnia. 42. 4 Pa ific (California). X4; 4.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  i I’,,,ll.lll~l s,. (5-l’)                             Ii:,                               IX A~i,o,~.~ (10-7)                               362                                                     UC Sanla Barbara. 67: 9. UC: San DIegO. t%l: 10.
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                                                                                                                 Division  II Field Hoc key                                                       7 M,tt,krtrc, \I (7-l)                                 56                                1’0. (:,,l,,r.l,l,, \I. ( 16-4)                    ?I,1                                                    Forrr. 45; I3 M.+srachusc,,r. 40; 14. Pnnceron,
                                                                                                      l’he Iin;, top NCAA Div,.wn II l,eld hoc key                                                x I‘(’ I).,v,* (Ii-I)                                  s!!                               21. W,tirhirlflcall SC (14-S).                     ?IX                                                     3s: 15. Hrown, 30: I6. L!C: L>av,s. 20: 17. Arkan-
                                                                                                   tea,,,< ,,I r:,rh rqio,, through (k,,oher 25. with                                             0 All,n,,y S,. ((::I.) (X-II)                          4x                                “? Ihrkc (1X-2)                       .._...        170                                                    *;wt.i,,le Rock. IA; IR. Slippery Rot k, IS. IO
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                                                                               son named assIstant coach at Luther                                        Oliver for the pas.1 three years and an                                            hall of Fame (&man             has spry 14 of her                                               and head foorhall c oath at Morgan Stare.
b Continued                      from         page          16
                                                                               after serving most recently as head coach                                  assistant baseball coach there from IQ88                                           22-year     career     as coach at Cal State                                                    died October    27 in Baltimore  after ap-
sistanr coach at Tennessee                    last year,                       at Waukon High School in Iowa.. Matt                                       to I!%?. appoinred     women’s      athlerics                                      Fullerton.                                                                                      parently suffering   a hean attack while
named assistant coach at Indian                    River                       Schwenk hired as an assistant at Susque-                                   recruiter there. He also will serve as head                                           SemifinalIs&         for the lQQ3 Hutkus                                                     driving.  He was 69. Banks was head
Community         College.                                                     hanna.                                                                     baseball coat h al the institution.                                                Award, presented annually to the nation’s                                                       Loath 41 Morgan State for 10 years bean-
   Men’s     and wornon’s                tennis-Dan                                                                                                                                                                                          outstanding       college football linebacker,                                                  ning m 1960 and was athletics director
Holden,      men’s and women’s                 coach at                                              STAFF                                                                                                                                   are Trev Alberrs, Nebrask;~; Aubrey Beav-                                                       there from 1970 to 1983. last year, Ranks
Southern        Illinois-Edwardsville              since                          Assistant to the doan-Todd               Markel                                                                                                            ers, OkIahoma;         Derrick     Brooks, Florida                                              was inducted    into the College Football
 1990, named head coach at Southwestern                                        hired as assistant to the dean for NCAA
                                                                                                                                                          Notables                                                                           State; Keirh         Burns,     Oklahoma       State;                                           Hall of Fame.
I.ouisiana.                                                                    compliance     ar Tennessee-Chattanooga.                                                                                                                      Mitch Davis. Georgia; DeWayne Do&on,
   Men’s and women’s                 track and field                               Rvolopment      director-Gary          McPher-                            John Eiler and John Squires belected                                            Mississippi;      Sean Harris, Arirona:        Ryan                                                 Casimir   Myslinski,    arhlrrirs     direr tor
assistant-Kevin            Donner appointed            as-                     son, a longtime assistant basketball coarh                                 a5  the 22nd and 23rd inductees          of the                                    McCoy, Houston;           Jamir Miller.      IJCLA;                                             at Pitrshurgh    from 196X to 1982. died
Grant women’s c oath at Central Michi-                                         at West Virginia,      named director of ath-                              NatIonal Soccer Coaches Association           of                                   Jerrot     Williard,      California,     and Ron                                               October     26 of hean failure          in South
gan... James Lotr hired as an assistant                                        letirs development          at the institutton,                            America     hall of fame. Eilrr coached at                                         Woolfork.        Colorado                                                                       Fayette Township,      Pennsylvania.       He was
track coach ar Murray State. Lott was a                                        replacing    Rex Foster. who resigned              to                      Slippery Rock from 1946 to 195.5 and at                                                                                                                                            76. Myslinski headed rhe school’s athletics
rhrec-time     NCAA champion                in rhe high                        accept a position with St. Joseph’s Hospi-                                 Easr Stroudsburg        from 1956 to 1965.                                                                                                                                         department     when its foothall team won
jump                                                                           ral in Rrkershurg.      West Virginia. MrPhrr-                             Squires was head coach at Connrcticur                                                                                                                                              the IQ76 wtre-servtce        national       cham-
                                                                                                                                                          from 1936 10 l%S... Judi Garman.            who                                                                                                                                    pionship. An all-American         crnter on the
   Wrestling-Rick            Bouchard appointed
at Plymouth Stare, where he competed in
                                                                               son has served on the men’s basketball
                                                                               staff at Wesr Virginia       since 1974.                                   has compiled QO5 women’s softhall coach-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Deaths                                                                                          foothall ream at Army in 1943. Myslinskl
wrestling and football in the early 1970s.                                         Women’s     athletics      recruiter-Tom                               ing victories,    will lx inducted    into rhe                                                                                                                                      also rrrvrd as director of physic al educa-
   Wrestling        assistants--lick            Samuel-                        Shaw, an admissions            representative      at                      National     Sofrhall Coaches     Association                                            Earl        Banks,                tormcr            athletics           dire< LOI          tion a( Air Force and Army.

                                                             1993 Diviaicm
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             women’s        championship             will be
                                                             1993 Division  II Men’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                               1993 Division III Women’s                                                                                                     aired at 10 a.m. (Central                 time).
                                             Indoor        Track  and Field Championships
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ~acrossc Championship                                                                                                        Satellite coordinates          for the broad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1993                                  1992
Krc eqxs                             _._.,.,..._..                                                   s         5,70X1)7           S      6.379.04                                                                                                                                                                                            cast, which      will originate       from the
                                                                                                                                                           Rc‘elplS.                                                                                                        S       22.279.75                 S            I3,931.73
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             3:30 p.m. (Central           time) from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              same location.       That broadcast         will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              use the same satellite coordinates
                                        1993 National            Collegiate     Men’s      and           Women’s                                                                                                      1993 Division   I Men’s                                                                                                 as the women’s         selection      show.
                                                           Fencing      Championships                                                                                                                                 Golf Championships
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                                                           1993 Division    III Women’s
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                                                           Basketball    Championship
                                                                                                              1993                      1992
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1993 Division     III Women’s                                                                                                 More than 8,000 tickets already
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Trnnia    Championships
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            I         2A.32S.76)               (            24.105.65)
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                                                                                                                                                     \p0rc.itiutl expense.                                                                                   (         71:4fJH.22)              (            62.249.4Y)           Thr    school     hopes to become
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                                                                                                                                                               Dck,t...........                       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..(                134.174 ox)               (           126.451 491       achirvr      a sellout    in the 13-year
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             history of the event.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Thr seating capacity at the CJni-
                                                                   1993 Division    II                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       versiry ofWisconsin         Field House is
                                                           Wrestling    Championships                                                                                                                                1993 Division    HI Men’s                                                                                                1 1,500. Fans have purchased            6,037
                                                                                                              I993                      1992                                                                         Tennis   Championships
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                                                                                                               19,536.50) (               H.81833)                                                                                                                                                                                           record for the semifinal           matches.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              final    record    is 9,107 and the two-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              day record       is 16,346, both set in
                                                            1993 Division     I Women’s                                                                                                                     1993 Natioml                   Cullcginrc               Men’s                                                                         The volleyball       championship          is
                                                           Volleyhall     Championship                                                                                                                             Cymnastica             Championship                                                                                        the first national      championship          LO
                                                                                                              1992                      1991                                                                                                                                          1993                                  1992
                                                                                                         $   31 1,32X.46           s   :wnp6 I .53             l-kc cipca                                      .                 . ... .                     . .                s     64.028 46                     S       87.776.62         be held in Madison              since 1960,
 L)i\tnr,.r~111~11tc.                                                                                        247.hYXY7                 278,610.34              Disbulsemcnt,.                                                                                                         87.39 1.23                   A-       Hq 074 07         when Wisconsin             played    host to
                                                                                                               63,634.49               I 12.25 I. 1Y                                                                                                                        I         23.Rn2.77)                  (           I .297 45)      NCAA boxing championships.                   In
                                                                                                                HSi79.73                  42.27YY5             (:uaranrcer re, rivrd ftcom bosl msriturion                                                                             X,Y66.5Y                              7.7’2’) 00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            0.00                              I ,H46.75
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              the past three years, Wisconsin
                                                                                                               40.030.2s                   4.ofJ4.15.._        Expmw* :d~wrbrd by lmst mrtitrrtion                                                                                                                    -
                                                                                                             1 12.344.47                I sx.s35 29                                                                                                                                   14 :Viti.lH                            H.278.30         has hosted two Division 1 Women’s
  Ir.lrl*,““”” expcnsc..                                                                         I       2!w,OYt .2 t )       (    276.H96.6X)             Transponar~on crpr~nw-                   .                    .       .. .                       .                     6I:2;4 40)                  (         77.362 39)        Vollcylx~ll      (Championship          first-
 lb diem ~illow.~~uc                                                                                 (       I S6.W~              (     I72.HOO.ftll)          ttr dirm allcwxu e..                                                                                         I         2Y,400.00)                  I         43,920.oo)        round matches, one of which ill-
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                                                                                                      -L     333 746.743          (     2Y1.161 q              Ikfic il                                                                                   . . . . ..(                105.~33n.SR)                 (-       I12,404.09)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              trarted 1 1,000 fans.
 Page 18                                                                                                                                                                                                    The NCAANews                                                                                                                                                                    November                           1, 1993

ä Continued                          from          page            8
                                                                                                          In olhpr actions ctt its October 24-26 meting in Richmond, Virginia.
of 16 subregional sites, with those                                                                thf     Di’vihn   I Womfn 1 tkskelbaLL Committee
sites being determined on seler-
tion Sunday.                                                                                           n Met with representatives       from Virginia      <:ommonwralth
    The women’s basketball com-                                                                    IJniversity, the host school for the 1994 Women’s Final Four.
mitten will sCcd 16 teams Ilati0rlillly                                                            Representatives reported to the rommittee that the event is within
 instrud of tight. Thr 16 sredcd                                                                   a few hundred tickets of a sellout. Richmond (Coliseum seats
seams will be ranked as Nos. I                                                                      I!2,500. It appears SC-Ito become the earliest scllour in Women’s
through 4 in each of four regional                                                                 Final Four history.
tournaments. The remaining                48                                                           H Rrvised the guarantee necessary to host first- or second-
teams will he distributed rhrough-                                                                 round comprtition.       Schools IIOW must guarantee $3,000 in net
out thr hrackct, with geographical                                                                 recriprs in order to be considered as a host for early-round games.
considerations       being wrighed in                                                                  m Extended the “no scratch” policy concerning            officials to
that process.                                                                                      include all institutional personnel. As a prerequisite for automatic
    III additi&    the committee voted                                                             qualification,   confercnccs c annot employ scratch procedures-
to require that in order t‘or a fariliry                                                            those that provide school personnel           eithrr individually     or
to bc considered as a regional or                                                                  collrctively with dirctt or indirect authority to hirr, retain, affect
championship        site, it must bc fully                                                         the assignments of 91’ release any official.
operational      hy December of the                                                                    H Eliminated      electronic amplification     equipment     used by
year before the committee sclrcts                                                                  some bands during thr tournament.
sites for future tournaments.                                                                          n Considered revisions in the ratings percentage index and
    In  requiring a facility to be up                                                              agreed to take final action in December.
an d running by Drccmbrr,               the                                                            n Reviewed plans for the Women’s Final Four Salute Dinner.
committee will be able to conduct                                                                  The Salute Dinner will be held annually beginning with the 1994
more thorough site reviews before                                                                  tournament.
making its site selections the next
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Happy                       anniversary
 Football                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                CXxrie MeikLejohn (left)and Anna Funk Lock? reminisce
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         at the 75th anniversary     of women’s athletics dinner at
 Kentucky                                         senator                                asks for review                                                                 of bowl                                   coalition                                                             Milbrsville  University qf Pennsylvania.   Meiklq’ohn, a for-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         mer all-American in lacrosse and field hockg, had jer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         sey retired at the ceremonies and became only the second
b Continued                         from          page            15                     about possible antitrust violations.                                                          Olsen and the school’s president,                                                                 women in Millersville’s  history to be so honored. Idockqyy,a
of‘the Sherman Act.”                                                                     The senator then discussed the                                                                Donald C. Swain.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1925 graduate, played basketball at the university.
   Two weeks ago, McConnell said                                                         issue with Schnellenberger,    Louis-                                                            For this year, Louisville has ac-
he talked to a friend in Louisville                                                      ville athletics director William C.                                                           cepted a bid to the L,iberty Bowl.

                                                                                                                                                         esume and three lenerr of recommendation                                of marketing.         sales and fund-raismg               units of      Act,on/Equal      Employment              Opportunity    Emu               Sswxialion           IS accepting       appkcatvms         for the
Readers of     The NCAA       News ore invited to use The Market to locate                                                                               o: 8ob Lee. Drector        of Athletics. Universly                      the department:          funcboning         spc~fically       as oft    player    Baylarencour*ges               minorities.  women                pmtian        of Women’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Persons applying
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Team Coach
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             have the followng
                                                                                                                                                         d rhe Pacific, 3601 PaaRc Avenue. Stockton.                             Ace representatwe            for football      and at least one         and persons      wlh dwbilihes             to apply
candidates     for ositions open at their institutions,  to advertise open                                                                               IA 9521 I. Rling Date November           15. 1993                       other ,pon asdes,gnated.                ccardinsting        details                                                                                credentials:          nat~onsl/mtemationaI              champi~
dotes in their p P.aylng schedules or for other purposes relating to the                                                                                 Jnwersity    of the Pacific is an Af%matwr        AC                    br md,a        coverage        of home events: knowng                                                                                              xxfup.level            coaching        experience,        with      a
                                                                                                                                                         w/Equal       Opponun~ty     Employer.                                  and understanding               NCAA,       &g Ten Confers                                                                                         ~rcwen        record       of success            I” develodno
administration    of intercollegiate athletics                                                                                                                                                                                   encze and departmental                rules and ~gulatlons              Aquatics                                                                   !Iympic        medal cskbre athletes.               A high ievei
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and following           those      rules:     su     wis,ng      the                                                                               d rpcoqnition          and acceptance            by pee” in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 me~arabon          of ednone,       content r or oame om-               Aquatic       Sports      DIrector.       Univcrsky         of Al-         wtionai/intemst,onaI               coachmg~community.
Rates:      55 cents per word for eneral classified     odvertising      (agate                                                                          Athletics                  Trainer                                      &ns.        media gwdes and newsle&                       andco~        nbama. Requirement.             Bschelor’sdegreehom                        4 personal          and coachino          backaound         that 1s
type) ond $27 per column inc ii for drsplay classified           advertising.                                                                                                                                                    ordinatinq      ProductIon        and devgn.        responsible         accwdited      institution:     at least five years’ ex                    &from          any recordof         ikpmpne?y         Ademon~
                                                                                                                                                         Uhletks Trainer. Hours: 40 hours per week                               for prep&q           and monitorinq           un,, budget and           prr~ence in aquatrc management                   and NCAA                  &able       level of verbal and written commun,~
(Commercial      disploy advertising   olso con be purchased        elsewhere                                                                            o be smngd              IO months         per year. Salary:             for unit personnel           issues. ad for periorming                  competibve       swmmlng          champlonshlp         adrnw               cation skills appropriate              for dealing     wth ath
in the newspaper         at $12 per column     inch. Commercial        dir lay                                                                           pnq’           lo/step             1,      $10      %/hour:             addibonal       duttrr      as asagnrd           Thw is B 12~           ~wdcm        at natnnal          level.    KnowIedoe           of.         lees        and         coaches           Knowledge             end
                                                                                                                                                         ,, ,8.O/ntonth:         S18,300/annually:              ex1-elIen,       month,       100% hme appantmcn,                   Salary come          American      Red Cross water safety and r&ted                             acceptance          of current sc~rnt~fic principle<            and
advertising    is available   only to NCAA    corporate  sponsors,      o !FICIOI                                                                                                                                                                                                                        programs.      weight      rmm adm,nwabon.                 gent            prxtres          related      to coaching           and &or
                                                                                                                                                         r?nrfit package.          DeArvbon.        Under the d,rec              menburate         with education             and expenence.
licensees and members, or agencies acting on their behalf.)                                                                                              IO” of the &won              dean of phywal               educe         Send      a letter of appl,rat~on,                resume        and     ersl knowledge          of the functions         of a major                manct         Ability to conduct            coach and player
                                                                                                                                                         ,on/athlet,cs.       the athlebcs         trainer aw\,s            in   name        of three rekrenrrc,            to be recewed          r,o   comprehenswe           university.      mastery of human                   climcs a, all performance                  levels    Candidates
                                                                                                                                                         hr development            and ,mplement&on                of pro        later than November                15. 1993. to: Dr. Mark               relations    and personnel           management          skills.           are requested           to sub,,,,, B lrtter ot applrcatlon
Deadlines:                       and copy for The Market
                             Orders                            ore due by noon                                                                           grams for ihe prevcnt~on             of Injuries to student             Dwrtun.        Search Comm~ttre               Chair. Unwer?.~           Salary     commensurate              wth     qualificatuns.                outknlng       their qual,ficat,ons            to prepare       and
                                                                                                                                                         athletes. .Idmlmsters          first aid aqd emergency                  ty of Minnesota,          516~ 15th Avenue             SE.. Min.        Send resume           and SSN by November                     16.          roach the 1996 Olympic                   team for women.            B
                                s prior to the dote of publication   for general                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1993. to: Melford        Espey. Director.         Unwersity               rurrent      resume.        and three letter, of recomb
                                                                                                                                                         T&G%        car?. and adm,nls,ers                rehabiktatw-           neapolis.      MN 55455            The Unlvenlty           of Mini
                                           seven days prior to the date of publi-                                                                        or ~r~~urws Minimum               Quakficabons.          80~ Iw         nesota       15 commltted           to the pokey           that all     Recreation.       Box 870373.            Tuwalmsa.            AL           mend&on             bv Nowmber               I5 to U S Field
                                                                                                                                                         or’s degree from an accredited                 insbtutwn        and     perwnr        shall have equal access to its prw                        35487~0373         An Equal Opponun~ty/Afirma-                             Hockey          As&c!ation.            Womvn’s          National
                                                       Orders and copy will be
                                                                                                                                                         remkation        by an organization            recognued          by    grams, faalities          and employment             without      re    twe Actnon Employer.                                                       Coach         Search       Comm~rtee.            One    Olympic
accepted            by moil, fax or telephone.                                                                                                           he Amencan           Medical       Assoaauon            A pkca~         gard to race. color, creed. religion.                     national                                                                                 Plaza. Colorado              Spnngs.        CO 80909.          Fax,
                                                                                                                                                          bon deadkne        extended        to: Monday,         r? ““em         origin. sex. age, manta1 stetwdtsability.                      pubs                                                                                7191632-0979
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  IIC assistance       =t.atus veteran         status or sexual
For more information     or to place an ad, call classified    odvertising     at
                                                                                                                                                         xr 15. 1993. at4 p m. To request the job any
                                                                                                                                                         ,ouncement             and       appkcat~on            materials        orientation                                                             Baseball
913/339-1906,        ext. 3000,     or write   NCAA     Publishing,      6201                                                                            :onLsct: Personnel          ORice, Room 6 16. hlano                     Dlrector     of Pubflcatlonr           The Texas Rangers
                                                                                                                                                         :ommunlty           Colk     e. 4000          SlllSUrl      Valle       are seeking        qualified     candtdates       for the px~           Head Baseball           Coach (3/4 time povbon.                    10      Football
College Boulevard,    Overland     Pork, Kansas 662 1 l-2422,       Attention:                                                                           had. Susun City, ? A 94585                    707/8647          19 z    bon of D,r*c,or          of Publicabonc          Responriblk            months).        Coach       for highly         successful     and
The Morket. To fox on ad, call 913/339-003         1.                                                                                                    124 hours/day)           Equal Op           rtumty Employs              tw< wll Include            the coordmation           of wntlng.         corn etawe Division             Ill program        Rerpom~blr              Graduate Assistant-University                       of Califor-
                                                                                                                                                         ?r/Aff\nndwr         Action Emp royer                                   rdlbno      and des,an of Texas Ranaers’                 oublica~       for a PI phases 01 recrutment                  and related ad              nla. Berkekv.  Position    wellable            fall 1994
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 km3 io ,nclu&               game      program        megaziw.           ministrative        luncums          for baseball          Teach           Please send &over letter and resume as s-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 yearbook         and newsletters:         coordinating          and     health/wellness          and lifetrnc       fitness ectiwtw                as possible   to. Tuna Pwenti. 209 Memonal            Star
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 promoting         sales of Rangers’         publwxtlons.          ins   Bachelor’s        and master’s            degrees       requmd             dium. Berkeley.      CA94720.        Deadlineforgrad~
                                                                          athl~ncs departmen,               @ties         and procedures.
                                                                                                                                                         Facilities                                                              park,onne*vsslendsandthrou                      hthemail:        asp    wth one m health               and phywsl            education.            uate school       applicabons        IP December       31,
                                                                          oversee       the development                and lmplementa~                                                                                           sistvng other depa.%ncnts                of t exas Rangers              Three to five years’ coach,ng               and teaching       err         1993      For funher       ,nformat,on,      please    call
                                                                          tion of programs             nnrrsery          for successlvl          m       Stanford      University 1s acceptvng applications                      wnh writing. edltmg and prodwon                        of written       perwnce        (colk      e level preferred).            hmon~             510/643~6524
                                                                          legmuon         of studentwxhktes                into the college               or the pos~bon of Director.              Facilities.      Opera        matenals.        assIstin       with PubI,? relations           and     &rate successfu 4 coaching               rerrwtlng      and abil~
                                                                          environment            and for satisfartoy            progress        tom       ,onc & Events.          Responsibilities          will Include            ubl,r,ty    efforts of e.xas Rangers.             parbcular~         ,ty to relate well to collea            ucs and the pubI,<.
                                                                                                                                                          acdity operabons           and maintenance.              contract        y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 P. ,n nonbaseball          matters
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‘f         Qualificauonr’         Mm       Stan. January           I, 1994 2 alary : Competltlve
                                                                          ward graduation
                                                                          rommun,ty              serv~e
                                                                                                        as well as personal
                                                                                                              and future          career
                                                                                                                                               en.       ~dministrabon          and purchasing,          budget tracks           mum of two              cars’ publicity      expenence          with    Send application.          resume and supponwe                rna~         Rifle
                                                                                                                                                         lng and analysis.           grounds      maintenanr          e and      a protesslona         r or college     spom      organization.          ten&      by November          22. 1993. tw Joy Rei ho.
Athletics                    Director                                     hancements.
                                                                                                  Se~e as liaison wtth university
                                                                                                    and faculty on academic                 rnet~        iupwwsmg            the Alhletlc        COT.        Ynrd rtaff          extcmwe         writing     and edltlng      expenence.          cx     Dkrtor       of Athletics,         Kowan College          ot a ew          Rfflc Team Coach/Marksmanship            Instructor.
                                                                          ters related to the student                  athlete.      Mlmmum              3ualifications.        Muumum         of three years’ work              tenswe design expenence                 and computer           pro      Jersey. 201 Mullica            Hill Road. Glassboro.            NJ         Athktics   Department.        Jacksonville      State
Director      of Athktks.           Monmoulh           Colkgc’s           Quakfications              Ma\ter’s       degree       rrqwed            in    xperienc.e        m f.acilities/oprattons             and or ens        Bciency with Macintosh               and PageMaker           5.0 is     08028       E ual Opportunity             Employer                         University lnvltrs application>     for a rifle team
Diviswn      I athletics        mgram       is in the pmess               counselin           *ducanon.         human         %?rwccs or rep             Tineenng       degree preferred          Pwvious         admlnw         requred.        Appkcetion         Pvxedure        Please send          Assistant     &      n’s Basketball Coach. West Vlrm                       coach/marksmanship             inslructor      D&es.       Es~
ol doubkng       its ate. P>wmon I AA nonrholar~                          lated hel 2’ Do&rate .                 prrfrrrrd         SIX (6) or            :rat~vc or organizabon            experience         m athlrtlcs        copy of ~psume. writinq and publications                      ,em       gink    University,        a Dre~on         I lnsttution       corn        tablish    shmting        schedule        annually       Re
ship fmtball         ha* been added              rhls fall. with          more yc*rs’ expmencr                    m LI progressl”oly            ,P       management            preferred       Demonstrated            leads     plcc. and three Ieltcrs of reference                   to Publi         pe,,ng ,n the Atlan,,c               IO Conference.             rwttes     pare/operate      rifle team budget          and athletics
~lomen’s      ,acn,s\r       and volleyball        fo follow em-          zponGblecolleg,atr               counselrig         oradm~ssmns                ershipcapab~kty          in supewis~ng        large scaleop~            rations       Drertor         Search.     c/o John         Blake.       appkcations          for the position of Awstan,Men’s                      ccholarshp       ar count      Recrut       new student
mrd,ately        More than 300 athletes                    are c*         position.       preferably       in a unwrshty            Division        1~   cration rr-qured.          Must be able to cmrdlnatr                    Texas       Ran ws. P 0 Box 901 I I, Arlinqton.                         Basketball          Coach       Bachelor’s          degree       is rep    athletes.    .ounsel/ass,st       tram members           wth
petted     next year compared                to appror~matr~              A level athlrt,cs           proqranr         Sala!y       Cornmen              actw,,,r<     ,n an enwmnnwnt              charactenrcd            by   TX 76004          8 eadline for rxcrwlng          appllcwt,ons          qured      and pnor Diviworl             I coaching          and ow        the,r planned      acaderw         programs        to >atlrfy
ly 160 Iast year The < ollcgr has deterrwvd                               suratr with experienc             c. Full bme pos~tvrrn wth                    drvrrgmt         intererts       and    heavy          p,wsures          I, Mcmday, Novembvr                15 No phone cdlll wll               “oar wach,ng            expenen<c         IS preferred         0. well     sa&ctory        prcgresr     to graduation          in 10 re
the, ,I. therefore,         can no longer            requre      the      full university          benchts       Closrng       Date, Review              ialary:     S3.38 I to $4.300           prr month           Appli~      ,x accepted.          The Texas Rangers are an Affirm                   a, &ect,ve          comm~r,,cat,on          skills. R~wbon wll             mrsters      Ertabhh        and suoe,v,x             ,hr rifle
<oa<h of a ma,u, span to also double                          as D,~      of applicatunswll              begIn imrr&ately               and pw           zabon dwdknc              November         19. 1993         Pleow       mative       Artwn/Equal           Employment          Opportw          assume          a major         role in the recruitment
rector ot Athlctlcs              At his request.            Wayw          s,,,on ,,,,I rcma~n open urr,,l fIlled Women and                               iend rcume.           cover Ietlw and referenr *. kr                    nity Employer                                                           process         of prospectwe           ztudrnt        athlete!.      ds
broke ha dw.ldcd              to rema,,> wrh his w~nn~n                   mmo,~mcs are enrouro~grd                     ,o apply. Prcxcrs,                K&y         Hwa.      J931622~VA.           Personw             %                                                                               well a, cons,derable             rery*,nub,l,ty        for pracbcr
basketball         program         ilz     head       basketha 7I         Send letter of appl,<at,on.                currwt      ,(‘surne and            vrcs      855 Sm., S,wet. Stanford                  CA 94305                                                                                    orqonmnon             and game strategy to ,nclud? rhe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         wn,u.x,on          of gomr wtru          and the pwpara”nn
            A~ cordlngly.         Monmouth
              an athlvtl< \ admlnistratcx
                                                            who IS
                                                                     13   lkstlng of thrp* professional
                                                                          VW,,,~ rrf Houston,            DPparunent
                                                                                                                       ref*r~nrrs       to’ Unl
                                                                                                                              of Human Kc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ticket              Office                                              of opp,nent           ,wut,ng       reports      In .rdrt~r,on. the
kr~owledqeablr           rtysrdlng       Diviswn       I scholar          x,,,rc c, LL. Hnustrx>,               TX 77204           2 770 The                                                                                                                                                             pslt,“”        Ylll ass,st I” ,he mon,tonng                 of dl dd
rh,p and rwrwhnlarsh,p                 pw,rams          A bathe           Unwerslty         01 Houston         IS 111,tr,ua, Opportw                                                                                             Baylor University.            University       Ticket     Manage        emc progress              of twrn      mrmbers.           Stra, ad
Ior’s deqw         15 i+qu,red,       a mater’s         pretrred          ty,Afirrr,a,,vr          Acbon Empiuyar                                                                                                                er. Establ,zh     nnd ,ma,nta,n hl,l ,,-,wcc.        corn               hwmcetoapplv                nb,rNCAA,          AtI.w,,        IOCnn
alrmq w!,l~ a minrnum              of three years c ornpa                                                                                                                                                                        putenred     ~u~housc ticketlnq         operat~nns  for roll            frrence,       We,, “~rg,n,a Unwrwty                  and stat? ol
r~O,l,. ,+pr,en<        v In ..dd,t,on.        sorn~ roaching                                                                                            Public              Relations                                           un~wrwy       athletics      and \prr!al     events I,< kc,             wet      “,rrjl”la      rules and r*r,u,at,onr               IS Tn.,,1
rx,rr,ence        I, rkwrable          Applr &a>nr wll be                                                                                                                                                                        o,,s CI Balance         dally ,,cket of6ce opval~anr,                   dated      Salary to bp < ornrrx.nsurate                 with quaI
acrepted       unbl November              I5, 1993         It is dn       Assistant                      AD.                                                                                                                                                                                             11,ca,,ons and er,wr,wre                  A lrtter 01 ~ppl~ca
t,c,pated ,he, theappo,nt+ddlrectorw~ll                        bw,,n                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     tmn.      rrs,m,v          and     a m,n,rnum              of three
h,s,hvr dunes by .Jar,wy                I. 1994. Applac ants                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             reterenrr,         ntc to be sen, lo the attent,on                    of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mr      Gnlr- Catlet,.           Hrad      Men’s        Bd,kc,hall
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Cmrh,          West V,r<,““a           Unlvcrr,t            KT) bx
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         0877, Mwg~r,‘<>u,un. WV 2650 7 0 i, 77. Rww
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         of the .pPl,cat,ons            will bvgw mmed,ately                 ad
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         will comnue            unt,l WP h time as th* ~x’<~,~on IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         filled West VII~JI~I. Unwerwty                   I\ nn Equal Opt           Soccer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         partun~ty/Afirmatwr                 A< ,~r,n Employer

Associate                     A.D.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Field Hockey
Associate        Athletics      Dlrector-Academic                Aft
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         National      Team       Coach      Wanted For U.S. Field
laws.  Rerpans,b,l,t,er        In rompkanr      c WIG-,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Hockey        Association.         The U S Field Hw~kcy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         See The Market,                          page         19 b
NC.AA. Southwe,I        Conference.   un,vrruty   end
  November                               1, 1993                                                                                                                                                                        ThcNCAANcws                                                                             -
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                                                                                :“bm,tted     to’ The Unwers,ty of Alabama.        DI                                                                                                                                                                               1994t     1995 1994-October8                1995Octo         tact Srvm    We.,klpy.    Head       Rn<krrbali     Coach.
                                                                                rector     of Athlebcs.       PO.     Box  870323.                                                                                                                                                                                  xr 7 Contact     Jay Mtlls.          Foolball    Coach.      at61412366913
                                                                                Tuscalmsa.       Alabamd    35487    0323. The Urw                                                                                                                                                                                  >12/589~6432.                                                Women’s Basketball    Teams (NCAA Divi-
                                                                                versty     o1 Alabama      IS an Aff~rmarw        AC                                                                                                                                                                                %otbalL      Adams State College (Division            II)    aon I) nerded for Thanksg,v,ng tournament
                                                                                t~on/tq”dl      Oppvnun~ty     Employer    Appllca                        phys&l      rducaoon       or a related field, current                                                                                                    5 seeking   a home and away SP~~P\ wrw\        DI            on November 25 26, 1994. Cash quarnnlve
                                                                                t,on deadl,ne     IS December     1, 1993.                                CPR cemhcabon,           and CSCS is preferred.          but                                                                                              ,,WCXI II karn for Septemter      10. 1994. and              fnrear h tram    Plcarc contact J,m M,ddlcton,
F Continued                   from page                   18                                                                                              not mandatory         Duties wll consirt of asristing                                                                                                     ,ptember      9. 1995. Pleas? contar t .Jpli Gew             Assistant   Coach.    Southwest   Misscun  State
                                                                                                                                                          the strength      coach with the weight           traininq                                                                                                T d 71q15R9~7601                                             Unwrs,~y,    a, 4 17/836~4    136
                                                                                                                                                          and conditioning        of I6 malel~emal~       athletw 5                                                                                                 3itision   111Football:    Jcrwy      City Stale Cal-        Men’s BesketbalCT?ams   needed for tours
rel,ng of ctudcnt~athl&s.                and actwrly         pars               Tennis                                                                    teams     If interested.     please    send a resume.                                                                                                     c c seeks an opponen,       lor November    12.              nament on December 3 and 4. 1994. Cons
rr~pat~s     in alumni       relations     and lund~rawng                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           I B 94. and Novrmbw  1 1, 1995 Contact Mark                  ta<~( JrAGambrr,      717/849           1614.     York   Cal
                                                                                                                                                          cover   letter. and two (2) letters ot recomb
for men’s soccer. Baccala”r+&e                      degree      rr-             A&slant          Tennis      Coach      Position       Vacancv.           mend&on         tw Western       M,ch,aan    Un,verb,lv.                                                                                                  inmn.      Ass&ant  Athletics     Director.  al              lege of Pe’ennsylvanw
qulred. Prevws           playing eipericrrrc           and seev                 Restricted-Earnings             Coach-Part-Time.                  ll&     c/o Mike Poadomdn!.            Athk&       Depanmeit.                                                                                                     !O I /200~3365                                               Women’s      BasketbalL          Tpam~ nrrdrd             (D,+
wal WI r ~~Jul yrar~ coaching                   experience        II            Un,vrrs,ry      of Nevada         Depanment         of Athkbcs            Kalama~m,MI49008,or~all                MlkePodomanl                                                                                                                            University-at Wisconsin~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    %otball. Division 111.                                       ason     I) br Hokday     Classic,      Br,gham   Young
rrquwcd,        preferably          on the        high~school                   IC now accepting           appkcat~ons        for a palt~time.            at 6 16/387~6610. Appl,~dl,ure            aacplcd        un~                                                                                              3kvens Point has open daks in 1994. IO95                     Unknit         December       29~30. lr994.       Please
and/or college        level. Candidates           should pew                    restricted     earnings         coach      posabon           in our       til December       1.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2nd ,936 The open dater for I994 are Sep                     < onk,c~ ;i,knna     dr L&.     601/378       5285
sess the ability to counsel             student,,     mot~rate                  men’s and worwn’s                term,, program.            Bache~                                                                                                                                                                  ember IO and Septemb+r 24. The open dates                    Men’s Basketball Tournament-                 NCAA DIG
                                                                                                                                                          University of fllinois&raduate   Assistant Ath-
recruts.    players, students           and alumni to sup                       lor’sdegree       is required as well a~~ornecoach                        kUts Trainer.      Two pos,t,onr   ava,lablr   1)                                Miscellaneous                                                            or 1995 are September         9.   September   16 and        ws,onIIorNAIA.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ccllent    guaranter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Contact       Bud     Elwll.
pofl the pmyram             cnrhuwastically           The Uni                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       +prember        23 Thr own         dates for 1996 are
                                                                                in9 ~xpenenr         e on Ihe collw41atr.          hlgh~schcol            Men’s    & wornm’s yymnast,cs,     2) football &
versny of Pennsylvania              is a member       of Lhe Ivy                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    September       7. September       I4 and September          814/871      74 15. ciannon     UnIver,,l
                                                                                or pr&ss,onal          lcvclz Salary IP dependent                  up     bawball          Rewenslblr            10 the      head       athletics          In~crscholrs~ic      Coach Education. Full~bme.
Group. The Univenlty                of Pennsylvania         IS an                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   !I.    Contart.     Johrr  Me,     h. Head    Fmtball        FootbalCDivlrion          111.Ohio Wes L yan Uni-
                                                                                on qualfkauons            and expenence,           but must re                                                                                             permanent      px~uon      lmplcmenting      the Amer~
A,%matwe          A<&onlEq”al            Opponunlty          Em                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     :aach.    7 151346 3758                                      wrsity.   Delaware.     Ohlo     September      10.
                                                                                man        wthln       restrictedeaminar               coachina                                                                                            ,cdn     Coaching        Effectweness        Program’>
ployPr (M/F/D/V)              Appkrauons           Send letter
                                                                                ranger       Applications          wll be a&pted                on g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    YCAA Division 111Men’s Basketball Tourns~                    1994~Septemb.w       9.    1995.    Ce>ber     26.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           !..eader Level.      pnmanly.      courses     for hlgh~
ol appl,cat,on,      res”r,,c and names of three (3)
                                                                                cont~n”o”s        basw until the position            is filled. All
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    nent: Capital University  I< seekIng three                   1996~November9.1996           Octob~r25.1997.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           school coaches         Seven years. expenenre            ds
rcfrrrncer      only tw Carolyn           Schlie Femowch.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           earns TO comprtr  m the Cap,tal Clarx    ,n                  Nowmber      8. 1997     September      12, 1998~
                                                                                interested      candidates         should    send a letter of                                                                                              II” educa,or,    coach. and. pwferably.          a coach
Senior Arrocmte          Director. Unweml              of Penny                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Columbus. Ohio, on November 18~ IY. 1994                     October    17, 1998. Contact       M,kc Hallway.
                                                                                application       and resume to. Kurt RI< htor. Head                      vwwy        of Illtnoe.       NATA         certified/ellglble            for     edu~aor       Master’s    m r&led       field requred                                                                                 614/-V%      1’732
sylvon~a. 235.Soulh           3Jrd Street. Phi radrlphla.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ,xjy,ng, mwds and yuarmtee ,ncluded Con
                                                                                Tennis       Coach.         Depanmcnt            of Athletics.            earn,      ehqlble for Illinois state license. and ex~                           Nonsmokmgenvmnment                  Send letrerdnd      r+
PA 19104          Lkadknp           November         IO. 1993.
                                                                                Lawlor      Annex.       Mall Stop 232. Unwersity                    of   penenre        is a student            athletics        trainer at the           sum     to’ Human      Resources.     Human      Ktnct~cs
Appl~catmns        wll be reviewed           upon recupt.
                                                                                Nevada.       Rmo. NV 89557               The University             of   collegiate       level preferred            Tulbon.         lee waver.           Publisher.    Box 5076. Champaign.            IL 61825
North     Park College.          Chwgo,          d Dwwnn          III
                                                                                Nevada       is an Equal Opport”n~ty/ARirmat~ve                           bmk      expenses          and supend             per 10 months                  5076.
and College        Cn~fwencr           of llkno~s and Wis
                                                                                A&on       Employer         and doer not d,rr rvnlnatc                    Available.        August        I, 1994. Deadllnr                 Febru          The U.S. 01 mpk Committee                       seeks Manag
cr,ns,n     mrmbcr,          wrks       a palt bme          head
                                                                                on the baws of rar*. colr~r. crtrd.               rellgw         sex.     ary I, 1994. Send l*tter wth current                               grade         er of OTC d rogram               Scheduling         at Olympic
men.5 rocrer coach               Responsibilities        anclude
on field coach,ng.
othw dulles dunng w%m.
                            schedukng.        budyetlng
                                          wth an emphasis
                                                                                nabonal      ung~“. age, veteran status or disabil
                                                                                ,ty ,n any program           or actwty      and encourages
                                                                                                                                                          and three Irttsrs of recommendation
                                                                                                                                                                                               resumewrh              references.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tw Scott
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Center I” Colorado
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ms*ter    training
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 center “x
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 s.r hedule.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WESTERN MICHIGAN                                                           UNIVERSITY
                                                                                the employment               of m,nor,ty          groups          and     A Fnsbe.            Assistant         Athletics        Trainer.       Unv        rcwew requests           and respor?d tu usem. assure
<,n rrrrumny       student       athletes throughout           the
                                                                                women. The Un,ve~ly                   of Nevada        only em            vers~ty of Ilknois.             TraGng           R~wnlMemor~al                   availability     of beds, s          rts and meeting         hcil
year Bachelor’sdpqrp+rrq”i~d,                     pastcoach~
                                                                                ploy, US ctozenr and akens lawfully
                                                                                wed to work m the UnIted States.
                                                                                                                                              autho       Stadium.
                                                                                                                                                          pa,gn. lLhlH20
                                                                                                                                                                            1402 South             Flr\l
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Street.       Cham
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ,t,+s and equpmrnt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (ma,rrr’c      preferred).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           r equres       college degree
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           at least one y*ar *rpe:n~                           HEAD COACH, WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL
Covenant        Ch”r&      Women dnd m,nor&\              ens                                                                                             Fqual       Oppo”~mtyjAffm,atw                            Action      Errs       cnce wth Olymp,c                spats      orr,anudbon<         rc
couraged        to dpply    Send ,cwmc        and names                                                                                                   ployPr                                                                           quwd.        pmgram       ncheduliny        backgmund         and        WESTERN MICHIGAN      UNIVERSITY (WMU) is o Cornegie  Doctoral I uni-
                                                                                                                                                                          And Conditioning Gradualc ArsM
nl ~hrw n-krmces
of Arhlews.
                           to Jerry Chaplin.
                   North Park Colle e, 3225 Welt
                                                   Director                     Volleyball                                                                Strength
                                                                                                                                                          antships: Ten month pos,t,onr bp ,nn,ny A”~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ence. excellent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             three years management
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   wrtwn       and oral commun~ca
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    versity with an enrollment of 27.OM3 students. 25 percent of whom
Foster Avenue.          Chwqo.      IL 6 83 25                                                                                                            aust I 1994. a~~r”x,rndtr                        55.0 8 0 <wend.                 bun ,k,,ls. compufer            rk,lls     Spnd rrsumc        and        are at the groduote level. Six universiv colleges employ 750 faculty
                                                                                Creightan      Univerrky        15 a <rphng           appllca             ,I”,      fnnges,        r;;npewr                t”lfl”n        w&err
Head Coach.           Women’s        Soccer    lntercolle~
                                                                                tions br th*        t.,hon of head women’s              volley.           Quakficat~ons              Ihrec       year<’        rxpenence             m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    members ond offer undergraduate         and groduote degrees in arts
giate Athletics.        Penn State. Penn State C1n1~
vers~ty IS seeking         applicabonz      md numna
                                                                                ball c wxh.     guu,,rs     rprpon3,ble       for the static              ,lrenq,h      ,ra,“,ny.      phywal          education           or r&t          Cd&do            Spnngs,     CO 80909~   A’ppl~car~on                    and sciences, business, engineering ond opplied science. health
                                                                                up. dcvrlopm~nt          and management              of a new
bnr       for the pos,t,on of hedd women’,           xxxccr
                                                                                Dwwon       I program        in accordax?            wth the
                                                                                                                                                          +d degw.          c”rrenrCeti,FedStrength                      and Con           deadline       date IS Plover&w     12, 1993     Equal                   and human services, educotlon ond fine arts.
coach. Thhe operr~ny IS a romblnrd                48 week                                                                                                 d,,,on,,rg       &x,&r              (CSCS)          preferred.         and       Oppaunity          Employer.
                                                                                rules and regulations        ofthe “nwerxly,           the MI*            stmng w~wst             in profession             ResponsibGtes.                 Earn A Master’s          Deane         In Sports Science in
f,,< ,,ltv umtmn         ,n the De~altment         of lnter~
                                                                                soun Valley Contereznce            and the NCAA              The           14 ho”rr/week             wth teams. fac”lty/stoff/st”~                         two 5 week s”mrne~z~~r~on~              plus a menlor~                   WESTERN           MICHIGAN               UNIVERSITY         is accepting               nominations                    ond
                                                                                head coath w,ll be rerponslblr             for all program                                                                                                 ship, Scholanhlps            drld other    financial   aId
                                                                                components        ,n<l”dany      coaching.      scheduling.
                                                                                                                                                          dent Ihftcr?; per~cd~rat~nn and phasc~by~phare                                                                                                            opplicotions for the position of Head Women’s Volleyboll Coach.
                                                                                                                                                          ormr.ammma:               oraanirabon.              adrrm~.trabon.               avnilabl~.      Contacl.   ‘lhc United States Sports
                                                                                pmcbce.     re<rwrmmr.         promonon.        budget and                &&v,,,on            ;f f&ty            MS deqres              oflwed       111   Academy.         D*partmwl       of Student     Serwces,                 This is o full-time, 12-month positIon. Western Michigan University IS
                                                                                1dmps/0wr.            Great potenbal         for addibonal
                                                                                cam*      ~mcome        QualAcatvms.          minimum           uf
                                                                                                                                                          school      and comm”n,ty                 hralth.        addpt*d        and      One       Academy        Drw.      Daphw.       Alabama                  on NCAA Division I-A program and a member of the Mid-American
                                                                                                                                                          general physical            education          (spaI adrrrlnlstra-               36526, 1/80%223~2668               An Equal Op~wt”~
,e<rw~tnmt.pmmot,on                        and knowledqe                   of
                                                                                bachelor’s     dearee and five ve.r,‘            ,“cce,sful               bon and pedagogy                   opbons).          human         petioor~             In,t~t”t~on.   SACS accredlled.
                                                                                co.xh,ng     exp&ence         on coll;g,ate.      USVBA or
NC,AA rule< and requlahons                        needed to run a                                                                                         mance.          card,ac        rehab,l,t&on.               therapc”t~r
                                                                                h,+school        level     Starbng     date Janwry              I
Dwwon          I ~roaram:          L,m,ted         teachlna         I” th?
                                                                                Twelve     month         posibon         Salary          rdnqr.
                                                                                                                                                          and recreation              management,                  and MPH I”                                                                                       QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in o sport specific background or
bar,c ,nstr;ct,&              program          r,r “ndcrg&duatr                                                                                           rommunny            health educabon.                Amrmol~ve           A<
prnqram         as qual,ficat,ons            pemvr.        BachPlor’s
                                                                                S20 OOO~S30.000 Send res”rrw                      .,nd three              ~wn/Eq”al           Opportunity             Employer             encour~                                                                                  relevant field is required. Severol years of successful high level,
degree       req”,red.         mrster’r         degree        preferred                                                                                   dgea dppl~cauow                 horn women                and minor                                                                                       competitive     volleyball environment is required. Condidate    must
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Division     Ill Football:      Thkl     Colkgc      is reeking
wth four to seven year, of succcrcful                             coach                                                                                   t,es. Appl,cdt,on           deadllnr~       March I. 1994 For
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           to fill open     dates    in 1996. September     7. Sep~
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    hove knowledge of fiscal management and supervisory skills. Good
,“g expenence.            prerrrably         I” a college setbng                                                                                          .DDIIC~IIIO~            marer~als.              contac1’            Garth
Send ,+,,er of spplwt,on                   and resume tcv kn~                                                                                             Tymw,“,           Un,ver<,ty ofW,scons,                       Cross=.        tember 2 I. November             9, and corresponding                    personol relation skills as well as sound verbol ond written communi-
da Wrxdrtng.             Personnel         Speculist.           Inter<&                                                                                   La Cmrre,          WI 41601                                                      dates in 1997.           Coolart   CharlIe  Giangmsso.                   cotion skills are required. Candidate must possess knowledge and
leglate Athletu.              256~N Recreallon                 Bulldlng,                                                                                  University        of Wbconsin-La                Crosw.          Athletics        4 121589~2 136.
Universky           pork,        PA      16801           Application                                                                                      Awstantshlps              Monthly         stipend.         outs+state            Football. NAIA Division l/NCAA Division II                               working experience with the NCAA regulations.
Dpadkne.          November           30. 1993. An Aiiirma~                      Wrestling                                                                 tut~on wavers           available         on a competitwe                be      University of Minnesota, Morris, University of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Minnesota.   Morris, has two open dater in
wc      Action/Equal               Oppoltunlty              Employer                                                                                      <IS Responsibilities              include:       Athlebcr         ndmln~                                                                                  DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: positlon is responsible for the coaching
Women         and rmnonbes              encouraged             to apply
Creighlan          University          1% accepting             applica~        The Univcrsky        01 losa IS ueklng          a restreed                                                                                                                                                                          ond administration of the volleyball progrom to be conducted with-
                                                                                eammys       as~stanf     wrestling     coach      The posi
,,ons (or the pos,t,on of head women’s                             so(cer
                                                                                tmn pnmar~ly !nvolves           coaching      the Universe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    in NCAA and MAC rules. The responsibilities include practice and
coach        Duties:       responsible           for the develop
ment and manaqemem                         of a Diwslon              I pro      ty of Iowa wrestling        team. dnd recrwbng             and                                                                                                                                                                      game planning, player skill development,    student-othlete mointe-
gram ,n accordance                  wth the r”les and rp “~                     other related duties wll be asrlgned                Previous                                                                                                                                                                        nonce. scouting, scheduling, academic support ond recruitment of
            of the “niversit

will be rrspor><lble
                                            the M~w~url
                     and the N r AA The head coach
                                  for all program
                                                                    Val 9ey

                                                                                                  level IS preferred,
                                                                                lx’s degree IP required.
                                                                                                              at the “ntvers~ty        and/or
                                                                                                                            and a barhe~
                                                                                                                    Send letter of a pl,v
                                                                                                                                                               SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE                                                                                                                                 student-othletes.


                                          tential for addibonal
                                                                                cabonand       resume by Novrmkr
                                                                                Dan Gable. The Unwcntty
                                                                                                                               IO. 199 s to
                                                                                                                      of Iowa, Wrestling
                                                                                Oflice, 223 CHA. Iowa City, Iowa 52242. The
                                                                                                                                                                    Commissioner                                                                                                                                    SALARY: Commensurate                         with experience             and quolificotions

camp       Income.          QuaI, p”  ILabo”s.         nll”lrn”rn          of   Unwers&y        of lmva is an Equal              Oppo~?“n~v
                                                                                                                                                           Nominations                       and applications   ore invited for the posltlon of                                                                     APPLICATION: Interested oppliconts                              should forward                letter of oppli-
bachelor.5         degrcr       and five years’ successful                      ty/Affirmatwe        Action    Employer        and women
I wchlng           expenence            on collegiate.                hi+       and minonbes         are encouraged         to apply                       Commissioner                      of the Southland Conference, located in the Dallas.                                                                    cation ond resume to:
schml or club level. Statina                      dale. Januarv            1                                                                               Texas,         area.
Twelve~month                   pos,twn         - Salary            ra,e:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Kathy B. Beaureaard,                Chair
,e,terc 0, lllClC,lCC
                                  Send resume
                                   LO Juha Stone. &pal%
                                                             and threz
                                                                                Graduate                      Assistant                                    RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Commissioner   is the chief odmlnlstrative                                                                       offiCer                                             Volleyball        SeorchCommittee
ment of Human                  Resources.           Cretghton           Ul>r                                                                               of the conference,    which Is composed of 10 NCAA Division                                                                       I universi-                                         Senior Associate Athletics Director
                                                                                Graduate Assidantships:     The Baylor Unlver~
vrrriq.       2500 Cal,fomle Plaza. Omaha. NE
                                                                                sib Dexrhent      of Health. Human      Perform                            ties located In Texas ond Louisiana.                                                                                                                                                     Western Michigan University
68 I78 Applications                  will continue            to be re
ceived until the pos~bon is filled.                                             m&e      and Recreation              o&n     graduate ass,st~                                                                                                                                                                                                           Kolomozoo, Ml 49008
Head Women’s                 Soccer Coach. The Univer-                          antships    for teaching              health    and phyrlcsl
sky of Alabama ~nv~fes normnations                               and ap.        education         requ,red c&nes              and for wpowb                QUALIFICATIONS:       Applicants should hove proven abiliw to monoge
pl~catlons for the pos,!ion of head w-ni                                        rim in the umvers~ty        recrea~onal        spolts md                   institutional athletics programs in either o university or conference set-                                                                                                                           WMU is an AA/EOE
sneer       coach        This is a hrll~time p&bon.                      Rep    intramural  divwons.       Positrons uwlude stipend                        tlng: knowledge of ond commitment to compliance with NCAA regu-
                                                                                and 36 hours t”,t,on rernws~o”              The c”mc”
sponsibilities         include.        but are not llmwd                  to
                                                                                l”m offers spec~alwwonr            in exercise     physiol                 lotions. experience In fiscal management. personnel management                                                                                                                         Interviews will begin Nov. 15. 1993.
recruitin          scheduling.          acsdcmtc          progress         of
the st” B mt~athletes.                  conduct         of practice.            oyy. health andcorporatefitness,             sports rnan~                  and strategic planning: demonstrated experience and skill in the cxea                                                                                                                  Position will remain open until filled
                                                                                agement,    human       performance.          therapeutic
~rwcI erranyements.                    budget         management.
                                                                                and outdmr     recreation.      lnqulre to. Dr. Nancy
                                                                                                                                                           of promotlons; and excellent written and oral communlication skills. A
 pubkc relations            and demonslrated                   excellent
communication                and leadershIp             skills      Salary      GcGdloe.   Box 97313.        Baylor unwcnay.            Wa                 baccalaureate      degree is required
commensurak                 wth      crpenence               CandIdate          co. TX 76798-7313,           817/755~3505            Appli~
 muu possess a minmum                         bachelor’s          degree.       seaon matensls      and GRE scorns due April 1,
 successhA         college       coaching          cxpnmcn                (or    1934. or until positions      are filled.                                 COMPENSATION:                            Salary will be commensurate                                       with experience                   and
equwalentsubstitute)                 andtie          knowledgeand               Graduate         Assiidant         Coach,       Km’s       Easket-         qualifications.
 didarc should passers
                       LO DIVISION I NCAA rules A =a”~
                                        a strong commitment
                                                                                 ball.   Available       January        1994.
                                                                                 College seeks ass~sbnt coach br highly s”c
                                                                                                                            Trenton    State

                                                                                                                                                           The Screening Committee                                              will begln             to    review          oppllcotlons                 on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WESTERN                                MICHIGAN                             UNIVERSITY                                       Y
 ,o the welfare              of the student~athlete                      and     cessful Division       111~roaram      Surccs+ul     colle
 demonstrate            the abikty          to vork          effec~vely          grate playmg exp&&e, c~mp/cl~~ desk                                       November 15,l W3
 wilh Lhe adm,nlstratton                and the ability to work                  eble, admission          to Trenton      State graduate
 wth~n the framework                 of the philosophy                of the     program     essential.     Tuibon.    fee%. stlpnd      As
                                                                                                                                                           Nomlnotlons                     or oppllcotions                      containing              current         resumes            should         be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      DIRECTOR, ATHLETICSFACILITIES/OPERATIONS                                                                                    -
 University        of Alabama.            Appountmcnt               will be      sistantshlp    may be renewable               Call Coach
 after January           1, 1994, to begin initial playing                       John Cansldo.          609/77    I .2246    (0). Trenton                  sent to:                                                                                                                                                  WESTERNMICHIGAN UNIVERSITY(WMU) is a Carnegie Doctoral I uni-
 rhedule         for the fall of 1994. Written res”mes                           State College,     Trenton.     NJ 08650.       Equal Opt
 with three professional                 references.            Inc1”sIvc        portunity   EmploycrlAi%nat~ve              Action
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Dr. Tom Davlr                                                                                      versity with an enrollment of 27.000 students, 25 percent of whom
 cd addresses          and phane numbers.                    should be           Gradwk          Amktant,          Strength        t Condition-                                                        Southland Conference      President                                                                           are ot the groduate level. Six University colleges employ 750 faculty
                                                                                                                                                                                                             CornmIssIoner    Search                                                                                 members and offer undergraduote         ond graduate degrees in orfs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  P.O. Box 2206                                                                                      and sciences, business, engineering      and applied science. health
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Huntsville. TX 77341                                                                                  and humon services. education ond fine arts.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY is occeptlng              nominations    and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     applications      for the position       of Director.  Athletics   Facll-
                                                                                                                                                           UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN                                                                                                                            ities/Operations.    This IS a full-time, 12-month position. Western
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Michigan IS an NCAA Division I-A program and a member of the
                                                                                                                                                           Head Women’s  Soccer Coach                                                                                                                                Mid-American        Conference       and Central Collegiate      Hockey

                                                                                                                                                           THE UNIVERSITY         OF NEBRASKA,       LINCOLN,       is accepting                                                                                     QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree is required In athletics odminis-
                                                                                                                                                           applications   for the position of head women’s soccer coach                                                                                              tration, facilities manogement or other relevant discipline. A mos-
                                                                                                                                                           Duties:    Responsible for the development and management of a                                                                                            ter’s degree is preferred. Several years of progressively responsible
High-level admlnlstrative                                            opportunity.                Administrative                        experi-             new program     which will be highly competitive in accordance     with                                                                                   administrative experience In management        of athletics facilities IS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     required. Candidate must have familiarity with facilities constructlon
ence In men’s basketball                                             is required.                                                                          the rules and regulations of the university, the Big Eight Conference
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ond the composition and care of indoor/outdoor       playing surfaces
                                                                                                                                                           and the NCAA.     The head coach will be responsible    for oil program                                                                                   Management and organizotionol skills are a must Candidate must
Responsibilities      include managing the men’s basketball                                                                                                components Including toothing, scheduling, practice,                                                                         recruitment,                 have experience In accounting and budget planning
championship,        drafting of the men’s basketball    schedule                                                                                          promotlon, budget ond summer camps. Qualifications:                                                                             MInimum
                                                                                                                                                           of o bachelor’s   degree,       master’s degree preferred;     minimum   three                                                                            DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIESThis postIon manages all facilities for the
and coordinating        the conference’s   men’s and women’s                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         division and plans and supervises the delivery of all home athletics
                                                                                                                                                           years’ coaching    experience;       expenence at the Division I level, pre-
basketball     fall and summer tours. Involvement      In licensing                                                                                        ferred, mInImum B coaching           license, USSF or NSCAA       recommend-                                                                              contests The Incumbent manoges all factllty operating functions
and marketing as related to basketball.         Computer    expen-                                                                                         ed Appointment:          Full-time, 12-month posItIon      Salary negotiable                                                                              and is responsible for the facilities operoting budget Commitment
ence helpful. Other duties as assigned by commissioner,                                                                                                    depending    on education,      experience    and competency
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     to a flexible and time-demandinq work schedule ISessential
including involvement         in football.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SALARY. Commensurate                         with experience            and quallflcations
                                                                                                                                                            Application                         Deadline:                     December
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Please send                15,       1993.
 The BIG EAST is committed          to building a diverse adminis-                                                                                          resume,     cover   letter  and three wrItten       letters of reference    to. Al                                                                       APPLICATION Intere:ted                         appllconts          should forward                leiter of appll
 trative staff and invites applications      from members of
                                                                                                                                                            Papik,     Senior   Associate      Athletic  Director,     300 West Stadium,                                                                             cation and resume to’
                                                                                                                                                            University    of Nebrasko,     Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 68588-02        19
 minority groups.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Dlrector of Emplovment tl 17
                                                                                                                                                            The Unlverslty of Nebraska,         Lincoln, IS committed        to a plurollstlc                                                                                                             Dept of Humon kesources
 Resumes must be received at the BIG EAST Conference                                                                                                        campus       community      through     Afflrmotlve       Action    ond Equal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Western Michtgan University
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1300 Seibert AdministratIon Bldg
 office by November    23, 1993. Resumes should be sent to:                                                                                                 Opportunity     ond is responsible    to the needs of dual career couples
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Kalamazoo, Ml 49008
 Lisa Zanecchia,   Assistant to the Commissioner,  BIG EAST                                                                                                 We assure reasonable          occommodatlon         under the Amerlcons        and
 Conference,    56 Exchange   Terrace, Providence, RI 02903.                                                                                                Dlsobilities   Act, contact    Al Poplk ot the above address           for more                                                                                                                      WMU is an AA/FOE
 Page 20                                                                                                              The NCAA News                                                                                      November              1, 1993

n Legislative                                          assistance
                                                                                         transfers to the certifying institution from another four-                         conditions, he or she may be cligihle to compete, hut may
                                                                                         year collegiate institution is not subject to the one-year                         not receive athletically related financial aid during the
                                                                                         residence requirement provided:                                                    first academic year in residence at che certifying institution.
NCAA Bylaw                                                                       I. The student is a participant at the institution to which                       Division II institutions should note that the one-time
One-time         transfer exception                                                      he or shr has transferred in a sport other than Division I                        transfer exception is applicable to all Division II sports,
    In accordance with Rylaw, a transfer student                                basketl,all, Division 1-A foothall or Division I men’s ice                         including    baskethall   and football. Further, during its
from ;I four-year insiiiution is not cligiblc for intercollegiate                        hockey. A participant in Division I-AA football must have                         January 10, 1986, meeting, the NCAA Council determined
competition         at a Division I, II or III institution until the                     transft-rred to the certifying insiitution from an institution                    that, in both Divisions I and II, the one-time transfer
student has fulfilled a residence requirement of one full                                that sponsors Division LA football.                                               exception is not available to a student who previously has
academic year (two full semesters or three full quarters) at                                2. The student has not transferred previously from one                         attended two four-year instiiuiions (other than the crrtieing
~hr ct-rtifying         institution.    Further, a transfer student-                     four-year institution to another four-year institution.                           institution), regardless ofwhethrr the student was enrolled
athlete admittrd aftrr the 12th class day may no~ use that                                  3. The student is in good academic standing and meets                          in a two-year college between attendance at the two
semester or quartrr for the purpose of establishing                                      the satisfactory-progress     requirements. The transferring                      previous four-year institutions.      Finally, a student who
rcsidcncy. A transfer student from a four-year collegiate                                student must br one who would have heen eligible had he                           qualifies for the one-time transfer excrption at midterm
institution is not subject to rhc rcsidrnce requirement for                              or she remained at thr institution from which the student                         and participatrs     at a second institution during the suc-
inter<-ollrgiatc competition            if the student sarisfirs any of                  transferred, and the studrnt also musl be eligible at the                         cecding term would not he charged with more than one
the conditions set forth in Bylaw [Note: During                                certifying institution    as a regularly enrolled, full-time,                     season of competition,        provided participation    occurs
the student-athlete’s             first academic year of full~time                       degree-serking     student who was admittrd in accordancr                         during the same academic year.
rnrollment,        the provisions of Bylaw may serve as                         with the regular, published entrance requirements of the
the basis for a waiver 01 or an exe eption to thr residence                              institution.                                                                         Thts matminl wac pmvidtd by thP legislative service.s staff a.s
rrcluircmcnt         only for Division I and 11 transfer students                           4. The student’s previous institution certifies in writing                     m aid to mmbvr institutions.         If an institution hm a question or
who    ilrt- rlualificrs per Bylaw at thr time of initial                      that it has no objrction to the student being granted an                          u~mmpnt regarding this rolumn, such corrt$m&nce               should be
collcgiatc enrollment.]                                                                  cxrcption to the transfer-residence       requirement.                            dimted to Nancy L. Mitchell,            assistant executive diwctor for
    IJndcl the exception provisions of Bylaw IO                                   5. If the student rransfrrs to the certifying instiwtion             , at the NCAA national office Thic ir+-mat~on
  Ipplicablc to Divisions I and II), a studrnt-athlctr             who                   from ;I Division III institution and meets the foregoing                          is amikdh      on thr h~~@ztr       .~porl.r Nutwork.

  n Biographical                                               sketches                          of the NCAA executive                                                               director                       finalists
                                                                    Iiralth and eclucarion. IInivrrsity               of   Pitts-   I~ootb;ill Television (:ommittee, 19X1-X.5;            R. Gerald             Turner
                                                                    burgh, I!b(iX.                                                  I)iviGoll I WOIIIC.II’SRaskrtball (:ommittee,
                                                                        NCAA committees:      NOW.                                  19XI -x3.                                                   Current position: (:tlilll< rllor; IJnivrr-
                                                                                                                                                                                           sity of Mississippi, since 19X4.
                                                                                                                                                                                               Professional              back-
                                                                     Cedric W. Dempsey                                              Judith         M. Sweet
                                                                                                                                                        --                                 ground: 1979X4,
   William                W. Cobey          Jr.
                                                                                                                                         Current position: 1)irector 01 athletics          University            of Okla-
          Current position:    Most recently, set-                          Current position: Director ot‘;~llilctics.
                                                                                                                                    antI supervisor          of’ phy.*ic al rduc ation,    Ilonia (viC.c.-l”~‘.siclt.lit
   l-crary   ofthc, Nonh <Carolina tlrpanm~n~ of                     University of Arizon.1, since 19X2.
                                                                                                                                    University of <:alifor-                                for rxcc-ritivc affairs,
   c~riviloIiiiicii1. I!bX!)L                                              Professional       bock-
                                                                                                                                    nia, San Diego, siricr                                 ac-tiiig proves’, rxecu-
   !J3.                                                              ground: LJnivrrsity of
                                                                                                                                    1!)75.                                                 tivc ;l;SiStilllt         I0 tht-
         Professional    back-                                       tioustrm,       l!)7!)-X2
                                                                                                                                        Professional        back-                          president and associ-
   ground: North (:;wo-                                              (tlirrc~lor of athletics);
                                                                                                                                    ground: IJ(: S;m                                       atr protrs~or- of psy-
   lina tlcp;u7mrnr of                                               Sill1    I)icgo .SI:llC IItli-
                                                                                                                                    I)icgo, l!b73-75 Ias-                                  cholo~~); 197579,
   Ir’;irl~l)orl;ltioli, 19X7-                                       vcl slty, I!)79 (clil cc101
                                                                                                                                    sistant director of’ath-                               Prpperdine Univrrsity
   X!) (drp~ily sccrc-                                              of athletics); IJnivcr-
                                                                                                                                    Irtics illld supervisor                                (associate vice-presi-
   tary); Clniled States                                            sity of ttir Eicific ((Lil-
                                                                                                                                    of rduca-                                    drnt lor university affairs, cllairniaii                     of
   House of Kt.ptcscnt;i~                                           ifornia), l!)67-79
                                                                                                                                    timi);   San   I)iego                                  social science division, director of testing,
   lives, 1!)X5&7                                                   (dirrc lor of ;ithleiics,
                                                                                                                                    Kr;~rny High School,                                   ;lSsOCiilte       prot‘essor      of psyc~hology, :issistanr
                                                                    chairman of physical                                                                                 SW&l
   (r11t111lxY):         nlallagc~
                                               (,.fl   t1fy                                               &?+sfy                     1972~73 (tcachcr);                                    professor of-psychology); 1975-75, t’miric
                                                                    t~dtic;iIion and rrc-
   Illt’lll   cx~llsulIM1~.
                                                                                                                                    Ilnivcrsity of Ali/ona, 197Ob72 (instructor            View A&M Ilnivrrsity                   (instructor, rxlrn-
    I!)X:LI!)X4; Llllivcrsity of Nonh (Carolina,                    i calion, lnofcssor 01 physic al c&cation
                                                                                                                                    .~ntl c.oac.11); Nrwcoml) (~ollcgc/Tul;~nr             sion division);               1970~1972, San Antonio
   (:h;~pel Hill, I!WiH-I 9X0 (director of athlet-                  and recrrarion); Arizona, I!#%67 (;lssist-
                                                                                                                                    l~!riivcrcity, I !)fi!JLtO(instrucmr and c.oach).      (bllcgc           (ilistr uclor, drpartmrnt          of psy-
   ic s. ;tssist;lllt athletics director, a.*.*islan(               ant director of 11ealG1,pllysic.;ll rducatiorl
                                                                                                                                                                                           chology); l96970, Austin (Texas) I.;lnicr
   atlllerics          btisincss IIlilIlil~~I,     ;rc;idcmic       ;inti rec’real ion; associate professor of
                                                                                                                                        Accomplishments/honors:                  N(:AA      High School (tearhrr); 196X-69, WritI her-
   c~ollnsdor-);           West Mifflin and Swissvalr               hr:kltti, physical educ ation and recreation,
                                                                                                                                    presidem fbm 1991 IO 1!)93, the only                   ford (Texas) High School (teacher).
   (Pennsylvania)               school tli.*(ricts, 1967-68         and assistant I>;lskcthall c-o:lch); Alhion
                                                                                                                                    WOIII~~      to srlve in Ihat capacity.      N(:AA
   (teacher- and football coilch); Dow Chem-                        (bllrgc,        195Y~I!~(i3 ((ICilIl of men, hratl
                                                                                                                                    ~t’c‘rrt;iry~Irea~Llrer      fro 111    19x9      to
   ical (~Olll~~ilIly,        I 965~1966 (salesman).                l)askctball         coat tl, head cross country                                                                            Education:    R.S., psychology, Ahilcnc
                                                                                                                                     I99 I N(:AA Division III vicr-president
                                                                    co.~ch, ptbysical education             instructor):                                                                   (:hl~istian Clniversily, 1068; M.A., rduca-
                                                                                                                                     I!)Xfi-88; also selvrd on NCAA Adminis-
        Accomplishments/honors:                       RrpubliL      IJtlivcrsity 01 Illinois, <:hampaign, 1956-                                                                            tional p>yc hology, university of‘ Trxar ilt
                                                                                                                                    ti ative (~ommitt~t- for six years Ro;rl~d of
   c a11 nominrc [‘or- Norlh (Carolina lieuten-                     59 (counselor of prof’e~siollal students,                                                                              Austin, 1970; Yh.D., psychology, Texas,
                                                                                                                                    dirrc IOIS, National Association of Colle-
   am govrrnor,             19X0 Nominee fbr I7.S.                  graduatr assistam); Albion, 1954~56 (as-                                                                               1975.
                                                                                                                                    gi ate Directors         of Athletics,        l987-
    House of Rcpresrm;u ivrs, 19X2 Member                           sistant f’oorl)all coach, assisrani baskcthall
                                                                                                                                    I!)!) I . . Board of dirrctors, National Asso-
   of state cxrcutivr              committrc         of North       c oath, head tennis coach, hqlduate assist-
                                                                                                                                    ciation of (bllegiate Womrn Athletic Ad-                    Accomplishments/honors:         Organized
   (::IrOlinil Krput)lican           patty.. Drlegatc to            illlt).
                                                                                                                                    ministrators         (NACWAA),         19X5-I!)#       first major gifts campaign in LJnivt-rsity of
    1992 Rcpublic~;tn               National          (bnvrn-             Accomplishments/honors:                     N(:AA src -
                                                                                                                                    . . NA<:WAA Administrator            of thr Year,      Mississippi history from 1984 to 1986,
   lion,. .Sl>c;lk<*r at I%4 Repuhliran                       Na-    i’~t;ir~y~tre;lsui-er siricc January. Prrsidcllt
                                                                                                                                    I !)O‘~
                                                                                                                                        . C.                                               raising     $61.6 million . . .Reversed down-
   rional        (;olivrlition.       ..Yromotr.d           illId    of Division LA Athletics Directors, 1!)!,2-
                                                                                                                                                                                           ward       trend     in Mississippi      rnroll-
   Iirlpcd institute the first local councils on                     I!)#.          First vice-presidrnt            of National         Education:          B.S., physical education,
                                                                                                                                                                                           ment . . . Morr Ihall $130 million in new
   physic aI fi( ;111d health in North (:ar-                   Association               of (bllt-giatr       Directors of     University of Wisconsin, Madison, l!Xi!l;
                                                                                                                                                                                           construction      completed or underway on
   olilla      Established ihr <:ovrrnor’s (:orn~                   Athletics, I!)!)%I994                  Member. govrrnor’s       MS., rducation, Arizona, 1972; MS., l,usiL
                                                                                                                                                                                           both university campusrs, with It-s‘; than
   mission on Ihc Rrduction                        of Intant        AI-izoll;1-Sorlor;l (:ommission since l!)XX                     IITS> ;I(lrrlirlistr;ltion,    National University
                                                                                                                                                                                           $25 million coming from state-appropriL
   Morality; expanded efhls                  rrsllkd       in a           Mcmbrr ofpresitirnt’s                advisory council     ((:alifornia),      19X1.
                                                                                                                                                                                           atcd funds. Minority recruitment             pro-
   lower infilnl~lnortality          ratr     As slate dep-         alld university relations council al Arbona                         NCAA committeer:             (hmcil,   1983-93;
                                                                                                                                                                                           gram increased black enrollment             from
   uty .*c’cr’rt;u y of transpoilatic~rl,               coordi&     since       I!~!)‘~ L. ..Albion    tlistinguishrd     alumni    Exrcutivr        <:ommittee, 19X7-93; Budget
                                                                                                                                                                                           536 in 19X4 to 995 in 1993 Endowment
   Ilalcd illld     ncgoti;iietl ttlr first purchase                awarcl ilrld             University of Elcific Sports           Srlt,c.omInittcc, 19X7-93; Special Advisory
                                                                                                                                                                                           increased from $8 million in 1984 to $57
   antI Ie;~sr iI1 North Carolina of ;I major                        Hall of F:m~r.                                                 (bmmitrce         to Kevirw Rec’orllrllclld;rtions
                                                                                                                                                                                           million in I!)93 Drive for Athletics (I 987-
   i;iil liilc (IX milrs in Ihr wrstrrn part of                           Education:             B.A., physical education           Krgarding Distribution ofRcvenucs, lY90-
                                                                                                                                                                                            I!)!%)) lraiscd $ IO million for const rutting
   rht. sl;~tc) IO wvc it from ahantlollrrlcnt;                     and history, Albion, 19.54; M.A., eclucatioll,                  present (chair): N<ZAA Foundation board
                                                                                                                                                                                           or renovating six athletic-s facilities.
   1 ail lillr   has since brcomc il11 economic                     Albion, I!)!%; Ph.D., Illinois, physical eclu-                  of’ dirrc Ior‘s, 19X9-prrscnt; Special (:orn-
   niagnrf      Ihr   (hat    pu-t     of the stair           Ex-   ( ilt iOIl,     1963.                                           mittcr to Keview Mission of N(:AA Foun-
   paiidcd grants~in~aitl for women student-                             NCAA committees:                     butlgrt Subcon~       dation. l!)!E&prrsrnt (chair); consultant                   NCAA committees:        Prrsidenrs (;om
   alhlclt.5 dllrillg his tenure as Nonh (:a~()-                    millet. (cliair), l!b!)JLpres~1t; Special (bni-                 to (;cndcr~Equity Task Force, l!)!Q-I!)%:              mission, 1989Uj2 (chair in 1991); Special
   till;1 AI).                                                      lllittce IO Krvirw Mission 01 NCAA Foully                       <:ommitree on I&view and Planning, 199%                (:ommittcc to Rc-virw the Penalty Structurr,
                                                                    da1 ion, I!)<lL’~present; Exccutivr <:ommit-                    ljrcsrnt; Public Relations and Promorions               199%93; (bmmittee       on Athletics CeltifiL
     Education: I%./\.,chrmistry, Fmory LJni-                       tee, 1!)!)O+rsenl;                (~ommiiirr       on <:ost     (bmmittee, 19X3-86: (~cm~rrlittrr to R&c-w             c ;lIiotl, I!+!U-prrsent (chair). Also, Knight
  vcl~sity. 1962; M.B.A., Whartorl SChool,                          (:ont;iillmcnt,            19X!Ll!b!)O; Division I Men’s        Studcnt~Athlrte          Welfare, Access and Eel-      Found;ition Commission on IntercollcgiL
  Llniverrily of’ 12nnsylvania. 1964; M.U.,                         H;~skrtl~all (bmmittce,                   I!)X:l-XX; N<:AA      irity, 1!~!~3-prcs~nt.                                 ;Itr Alhlcrics, 1991-presrnt.